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Disaster couldn't occur at a worse time for a Cornell University veterinary student, Jacob Jankowski (Robert Pattinson of "Vanity Fair"), as he is poised to take his final exam, graduate, and embark on a new life. Jacob has enjoyed a carefree, poverty-free life and his parents love him dearly. Without warning, the authorities inform our hero that his folks have died in an automobile accident. Worse, Jacob's parents were up to their eyeballs in debt. Actually, Jacob's father had taken out a loan ...
Published by Leonie Manning 62 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +0 votes | 0 comments
There is so much wrong with "Season of the Witch" it's hard to know where to start. Cage teams back up with his director from "Gone in 60 Seconds", Dominic Sena. Sena's last effort was the abysmal "Whiteout" and "...Witch" is no better. Terrible F/X that wouldn't pass in today's video games, a script that seems like it was originally out for laughs but was edited against that idea, and overall just a boring story that's poorly executed. Not to mention acting without effort from Cage, who doesn't...
Published by Leonie Manning 62 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +0 votes | 0 comments
I laughed through the wedding in various parts not because it was silly but it was cute the way they did the speakers part. I knew what was coming and I think they did a good job. This is a romance movie that has vampires and shape shifters in it. This type of genre is generally labeled paranormal romance. The last part should be more to the taste of die hard vampire movie fans but let me tell you, all vampire stories are fiction and made up. So people should get over ridiculing these stories. W...
Published by Leonie Manning 62 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +0 votes | 0 comments
I'd imagine that one of the problems in making (or appreciating) a movie like this is what you do after the initial shock of seeing three guys prance around in fancy costumes wears off. Stephen Elliott, the writer/director, has generally gotten past the problem. The three guys are soon individualized. Weaver is the anxious, uncertain guy with the odd ball eyebrows. Pearce is flamboyant and chipper. Stamp is somber and worried about what will happen now that his looks have faded.
Published by Leonie Manning 62 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +0 votes | 0 comments
‘A Bugs Life’ is based on the classic Aesop's fables ‘The Grasshopper and the Ant’. Essentially, it’s about this horde of grasshoppers that come in and blackmail this helpless ant colony. However, one individual, ‘Flick’, decides he’s going to go out into the world and hire people to fight the grasshoppers. So he heads out into the big city and the big city is really well designed, they used a lot of modern human things like milk bottles and t...
Published by Leonie Manning 62 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +1 votes | 0 comments
‘The Change Up’ stars ‘Jason Bateman’ and ‘Ryan Reynolds’ in a very basic storyline that we have seen quite often. There are two people in different life situations and they somehow magically switch bodies, although we’ve never really seen it like this. This film explores a much different side of that plot.
Published by Leonie Manning 62 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +2 votes | 0 comments
‘Lethal Weapon’ is one of the greatest action movies ever made and when people talk about it today, I think it’s easy to forget just how influential it was for its time in 1987. ‘Lethal Weapon’ was a movie that not only took the action extremely seriously, but also added a whole lot of character development that action movies for that time weren’t used to having. It revolutionized the buddy cop genre forever. After ‘Lethal Weapon’ all buddy co...
Published by Leonie Manning 62 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +0 votes | 0 comments
I went into this movie with a lot of skepticism; it wasn’t for any particular reason other than I try not to get too hyped up for a movie, because it always leads to disappointment. I like ‘Kristen Stewart’, I think that when she’s outside of ‘Twilight', she gives really good performances and this movie surprised me quite a bit. Actually, I loved this movie. ‘Charlize Theron’ is really good in this movie and her character is so evil, but it’s ...
Published by Leonie Manning 62 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +0 votes | 0 comments
‘Rock of Ages’ is a movie based on the Broadway play. It has a lot of classic rock music and it’s set to a story. It starts with a love story between this man and woman in Hollywood. They’re both trying to make it in the music industry and they both sing and have their ideas for bands. They work at the bourbon, where ‘Alec Baldwin’ and ‘Russell Brand’ manage. ‘Paul Giamatti’ is the manager of ‘Stacee Jaxx’ who is the ...
Published by Leonie Manning 62 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +1 votes | 0 comments
Terry Gilliam is a revolutionary maverick. A zeitgeist of many times, made to awaken many generations of people of the late 20th, early 21st centuries. Each film tells a unique story unto their own. Throughout, he encapsulates many themes that many people can find understanding. All of which shows he is a more important filmmaker than the surface shows.
Published by Daniel Payne 62 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +1 votes | 0 comments
Ryan Reynolds stars as Paul in Buried. Paul (Ryan Reynolds) is a U.S. truck driver working in Iraq. After an attack by a group of Iraqis he wakes to find he is buried alive inside a coffin. With only a lighter and a cell phone it's a race against time to escape this claustrophobic death trap.
Published by Daniel Payne 62 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +2 votes | 0 comments
First off, Johnny Depp is a pronounced actor. You’re never going to see a film and think "That film would have been better without Johnny Depp in it." He’s really good at transporting himself into these characters, and he does a great job in this movie. Additionally, I seriously liked the movies' soundtrack. There were a lot of excellent 70’s songs with "Knights In White Satin" by Moody Blues and there were a lot more really good 70's hits throughout the movie. It added a ve...
Published by Leonie Manning 63 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +3 votes | 0 comments
Since the 90's, Joseph Gordon-Levitt has risen the heights of Hollywood stardom. Here, you shall see how Gordon-Levitt has risen to be a cultural zeitgeist of this generation. From wickedly good contemporary adaptations of Shakespeare, to hard-hitting socially conscious indie indies, right up to blockbusters by the gentlemen who resurrected Batman.
Published by Daniel Payne 63 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +5 votes | 0 comments
Gunsmoke's Kimbro debuted on Monday night, February 12, 1973. Character actor John Anderson plays Adam Kimbro, a down-and-out ex-lawman who once served as mentor to a young Matt Dillon. Regulars James Arness and Amanda Blake are also joined in the cast by Michael Strong, William Devane, Tom Falk, Rick Weaver, Doreen Lang and Lisa Eilbacher.
Published by William J. Felchner 63 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +8 votes | 0 comments
In no particular order, here are ten horror movies you may have never seen, but would probably enjoy. They are unique, scary, some are funny, and if you've never heard of Troma, horror comedy, try it, you might like it! Keep an eye out for when Amazon.com has free credits to watch horror flicks on demand, because you can probably watch most of these for free, on Netflix, on Youtube, or on Hulu. Enjoy and feel free to comment if you have seen these, or if you watch them and have an opinion on ...
Published by Amy Russell 63 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +21 votes | 11 comments
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