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"Click" is a very interesting movie, telling the story of Michael Newman, a workaholic arhitect, who one day finds a remote controller with which he can control time. He can pause it, skip some boring moments, jump further in his life and even view past moments from it. The things begin to go wrong as the remote controller takes over his life.
1968 Tunnel Rats
The year is 1968 and a new group of recruits have arrived at an isolated U.S. Army camp in the Vietnamese jungle. They will be expected to flush out the enemy from the vast network of tunnels the Viet Cong have created under the ground, but first they have to get used to the terrible food the're expected to eat, and face up to their brutal sergeant (Michael Paré), never mind the possible fate at the hands of the opposing army. The sergeant has ordered a prisoner they have captured to be executed, something the troops have little stomach for, but this is merely part of the ongoing horrors of war...
What's this? An Uwe Boll film not based on a computer game? Yes, it's true, for this was a Vietnam War movie based on a story by Boll's regular producer Dan Clarke, although scripted by the notorious co-producer and director. In essence this was his version of Platoon, and looks very similar to that spate of eighties works on this subject, with plentiful swearing, bloody death and a supposedly clear-eyed and regretful look at the conflict. Funny thing with this is that although we get a fairly good idea of the camp and the tunnels, you're less convinced that there is any extensive combat going on elsewhere.
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Watching Cheri, I felt like someone had turned back the clock by about 15 years. The early-to-mid-1990s were a fertile time for literate, lavish adaptations of period piece literature, with frequent destinations being Europe between the early-1800s and the mid-1900s. Cheri, based on the novel by Colette (actually two novels: Cheri and Le Fin de Cheri), would have been perfectly at home amidst the stately company of Merchant-Ivory, Scorsese's The Age of Innocence, and the endless adaptations of Jane Austen novels. Considering the screenwriter, this should not be a surprise. Christopher Hampton has made a living out of plundering the past, with titles like Dangerous Liaisons and Carrington on his resume. And, while Cheri is not in the same league as either of those giants, it is a respectable and satisfying historical romantic melodrama.
Films like Fish Tank work because they are ruthlessly honest. They do not attempt to placate audiences with recycled clichés or endings pilfered from fairy tales . They seek for some truth and, although that truth may not be revolutionary, it is unvarnished. Writer/director Andrea Arnold has narrowed her focus and used simple filming techniques to follow the life and tribulations of a teenage girl wasting her life in a British housing estate. Her mother shows less maturity than she does and her little sister appears to be growing into a monster. The characters feel real. They talk like real people. And, most importantly, they do not seem to be acting to conform to the contortions of a script. Watching Fish Tank is, as the title implies, like gazing through the glass of an aquarium at the lives of those trapped within, whose only chance of escape would seem to be through death and the indignity of being flushed down a toilet.
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In the movie business, there's no such thing as "truth in titling." If there was, Bobby would be called A Bunch of Boring, No-Name, Cookie-Cutter Characters. Although that lacks the brevity and appeal of the real title, it's more illustrative of the film's content. There's another thing to consider as well when wondering about whether to see Bobby: the track record of the director. While it's not impossible for someone with a dubious filmography to craft an unanticipated masterpiece, a healthy bit of skepticism is warranted based on Emilio Estevez's resume as a director (Wisdom, Men at Work), which doesn't inspire confidence. Sadly, even with low expectations, Bobby disappoints.
Mother is a most atypical murder mystery. This is not only because it features an aging female "detective" who represents a bizarre fusion of Miss Marple and Jane Tennison, but because the surreal style contradicts the normally gritty approach we have come to expect from the genre. The movie opens in an almost comedic fashion (albeit one in which the humor is decidedly macabre) and looks for a short while as if it's going to be a satirical social commentary. From there, however, it gets dark and serious. There are twists aplenty and if some of the deductions arrive too easily as a result of contrived clues and convenient witness testimony, those credulity hurdles are easily vaulted in the name of a good story. Mother delights in confounding viewer expectations. In fact, just when you think it's over, a couple of plot developments remain lurking around the next corner.
Cider House Rules
Note to readers: this review contains spoilers. While I do not believe the revelation of certain plot points will in any way compromise the viewing experience, those who wish to see The Cider House Rules without having previous knowledge of certain elements would do well to bail out now and return after they have seen the film.
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13: Game of Death
A Boy Scout is standing at the crosswalk of a busy intersection in Bangkok and sees an elderly woman carrying some bags, struggling to make her way across the street. The woman drops some of her belongings, and as the seconds tick away before the lights will change, the boy runs out to assist the woman. In the confusion, he drops his mobile phone, and leaves it in the street while he helps the woman to safety. Just as the light changes and traffic starts to rush forward, the boy runs out to retrieve his phone, where he is hit by a bus and killed.
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Born in Boston MA, in 1932, Plath developed a precocious talent as a writer, publishing her first poem when she was only eight years old. That same year, tragedy introduced itself into her life as Plath was forced to confront the unexpected death of her father. In 1950, she began studying at Smith College on a literary scholarship, and while she was an outstanding student, she also began suffering from bouts of extreme depression. Following her junior year, she attempted suicide for the first time. Plath survived, and, in 1955, she was granted a Fulbright Scholarship to study in England at the University of Cambridge. While in Great Britain, Plath met Ted Hughes, a respected author, who would later become the British Poet Laureate. The two fell in love and married in 1956. Marriage, family and a growing reputation as an important poet nonetheless failed to bring Plath happiness. She became increasingly fascinated with death, a highly visible theme in her later poetry and her sole novel, The Bell Jar. After Hughes left her for another woman, her depression went into a tailspin from which she never recovered.
Way of the Vampire
Dr. Abraham Van Helsing is granted immortality by the Catholic Church until he can hunt down the last vampire prince.
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The Tribe aka The Forgotten Ones
When a devastating boat crash shipwrecks a group of friends in the jungles of an uncharted island, they are savagely picked off one-by-one by a cannibalistic enemy that evolution forgot. A horrifying action-adventure in the vein of Predator and Lost.
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Journey To The Sun
Mehmet, a young Turkish man newly migrated from the village Tire, takes a job searching for water leaks below the surface of the streets of Istanbul. Due to a strange set of events, he is mistaken for a Kurd, imprisoned, and brutally beaten. Upon his release a week later, he becomes an outcast marked as a Kurd, losing his apartment, his job, and eventually his girl friend, Arzu. When a Kurdish friend, Berzan is killed in a street protest triggered by a hunger strike, Mehmet takes a trek to return the body to Berzans home village near the Iraqi border, and learns why so many Kurds are refugees.
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In Las Vegas, Huck Cheever is a poker player, brilliant but also prone to let emotion take over. Its the week of the poker world series, and Huck must come up with the 10,000 entry fee, which he wins, loses, borrows, and loses - and even steals part of from Billie Offer, an earnest young woman whos new in town and who catches Hucks eye. By the time the tournament starts, Huck owes everyone. Complicating things is the arrival of Hucks father, whom Huck detests for having left his mother, a champion player in town to win. Can Huck learn to play poker the way he lives and to live the way he plays poker? Or is his only flush the sound of his life going down the toilet?
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Let the Right One In
Oskar, a bullied 12-year old, dreams of revenge. He falls in love with Eli, a peculiar girl. She cant stand the sun or food and to come into a room she needs to be invited. Eli gives Oskar the strength to hit back but when he realizes that Eli needs to drink other peoples blood to live hes faced with a choice. How much can love forgive? Set in the Stockholm suburb of Blackeberg in 1982.
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