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If only Shrooms was made 40 years ago. It would have made a great fortune on the drive-in movie theatre circuit. Yes, it is that kind of movie, just with modern day effects. It has some kitsch cool that you don’t get with the horror movie anymore. At least not on such a consistency as the 60’s and 70’s.
Published by Daniel Payne 60 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +1 votes | 0 comments
A young man who escaped the clutches of a murderous hitch-hiker is subsequently stalked, framed for the hitcher's crimes, and has his life made into hell by the same man he escaped. This is an urban legend of a cult film. You simply will love it. Absolutely no argument about it.
Published by Daniel Payne 60 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +0 votes | 0 comments
When a childless couple of an ex-con and an ex-cop decide to help themselves to one of another family's quintuplets, their lives get more complicated than they anticipated. Here the Coen brothers bring out the good acting out of Nicolas Cage and compliment it with Holly Hunter. Then throw in a baby and decent comedy, and you have a good flick.
Published by Daniel Payne 60 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +2 votes | 0 comments
The Fall, in the most basic review you have ever read. Of any movie, play, book, show, music or whatever. This movie really does deserve the review I just wrote. It does look very beautiful, even if it is very boring. Watch at your own peril. No, seriously, I mean that.
Published by Daniel Payne 60 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +3 votes | 0 comments
Apart is an almost completely missed cult classic. It is one that should be as widely revered as any other famous cult film. Mystifying, beautiful, entertaining, and questions how deep Soul Mates can go with their emotional connection. Miss at your peril, I assure that you won’t be disappointed. Thumbs Up.
Published by Daniel Payne 60 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +0 votes | 0 comments
Paranoid Park sees a teenage skateboarder's life begins to fray after he is involved in the accidental death of a security guard. Gus Van Sant spills out this web of mystery in a way as interesting as the story itself. Based on the novel by Blake Nelson and adapted with an almost wholly high school cast.
Published by Daniel Payne 60 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +1 votes | 0 comments
Slacker marks the debut of Richard Linklater, who went onto make Before Sunrise, A Scanner Darkly, Dazed and Confused amongst others. It is an anthology of vignettes of college dropouts in Austin, Texas, discussing anything and everything. This is also the movie that inspired Kevin Smith to create his seminal debut Clerks.
Published by Daniel Payne 60 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +0 votes | 0 comments
When Dr. Frankenstein decides to retire from the monster-making business, he calls an international roster of monsters to a creepy convention to elect his successor. All the classic horror monsters make a groovy appearance. But Frankenstein's title is not all that is at stake. The famous doctor has also discovered the secret of total destruction that must not fall into the wrong hands!
Published by Daniel Payne 60 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +1 votes | 0 comments
There are many well known movies that that were never released on DVD. Some decisions were made because of financial concerns and some were held back because of legal issues. One of these movies is Looking For Mr Goodbar. It was made in 1977 and there is very little chance that it will be released on DVD.
Published by Mark Feldt 61 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +7 votes | 1 comments
Christian Bale reprises his role as The Batman in The Dark Knight Rises. This is a review of the movie that gives a basic synopsis of the film and my personal opinion about the film. This film introduces a new villian and a well known character Cat Robber turned super hero Cat Woman.
Published by Rae Morvay 61 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +5 votes | 1 comments
Step Up 4 a.k.a. Step Up Revolution which is the fourth part of the Step Up series is already on the heat. People are searching for it tirelessly from every nook and corner of the world. Everyone is in the race of getting the latest updates at the very first and enjoy this mind-boggling dance thriller movie spiced up with the groove of romance.
Published by Aar Jay 61 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +6 votes | 0 comments
The film sets around David Callaway's wife committing suicide: slitting her wrists with razors in the bathtub. Their 9-year-old daughter Emily is obviously disturbed by events. Actually, she's more distraught. David moves her to the country in a hope to put the past behind them. Emily ventures on to the woods where she meets Charlie, a friend that David assumes is imaginary. But when mysterious events begin happening Emily seems to be blaming it all on Charlie and is soon to discover he's anythi...
Published by Leonie Manning 61 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +1 votes | 0 comments
In any case, the movie's thesis sort of falls apart at the end when the nuclear families of the penguins abruptly disintegrate: the adults beat a hasty retreat to the water for fishing and cavorting, leaving the darling chicks to fend for themselves on the ice. "The chicks will never see their parents again," Freeman says sadly. No postcards, no birthday greetings on video-mail. So much for anthropomorphism. Turns out after all that people are people, and birds are birds.
Published by Leonie Manning 61 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +0 votes | 0 comments
Are We There Yet is the story of playboy bachelor Nick Persons who meets the girl of his dreams in Suzanne Kingston. Unfortunately she has the one thing about her Nick can't stand...KIDS!! Nick and Suzanne become very good friends but he avoids her kids at all costs. When Nick tries to take their relationship further she insists that they can't because he doesn't care about her children. His opportunity to prove otherwise comes when the children's' father can't pick them up when Suzanne is going...
Published by Leonie Manning 61 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +0 votes | 0 comments
I know that part of the plot was determined by the history of the comic book character, who was a cold-blooded killer. For the record, I'm not sure I agree that the movie adaptation should be dictated by the comic books, since comic book fans alone aren't going to make your movie succeed. But, assuming it should be, why not tell that story, instead of giving it to us in half-realized flashbacks and corny segments of dialogue? A fully realized, unapologetic female anti-hero might sell at the box ...
Published by Leonie Manning 61 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +0 votes | 0 comments
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