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Bitch Slap is neither the worst film ever made, nor the best. Obviously, that can be said about most films, but as you walk away from Bitch Slap, the most likely and accurate review might resemble, "Well, that didn't completely suck." Clearly, it's referencing classic, B-grade women's exploitation films, chock-a-block with sexy vixens kicking ass and shedding clothes in glorious slow-motion. The problem, however, is that it's as badly crafted as it is occasionally clever, a poor man's Sin City, with no real sense of how to walk the tightrope between well-executed irony and stupid, cornball homage. That said, for all the men in the audience, there's plenty of cleavage, blood and action-packed lesbian make-out sessions; for all the women, well, there's probably something to be said about female empowerment and all-around bad-assery.
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Megafault, just released by The Asylum Home Entertainment on DVD, is another in the long, long line of these films. The hallmarks are all here. First, get an actor whose career is fading to headline. Here, we get Brittany Murphy (8 Mile) - and she's joined by Eriq La Salle (of the recently-canceled ER series) and Bruce Davison (the original Willard) to boot. Second, have said actor (or actress in this case) battle a cheesy CG-menace, preferably the title of the movie. And yes, Megafault offers a megafault: a flimsy CG earthquake that leaves lots of fake-looking destruction in its wake. Add a standard screenplay built upon clichéd dialogue and a too-familiar plot with just a dash of overly-dramatic synth score, and you've got yourself a forgettable SyFy Channel Saturday night movie.
Walt Disney once said that he hoped nobody lost sight of the fact that the Disney empire was all started by a mouse. This summer the Disney legacy is continued by a similar creature: a rat. This isn’t any rat, however. Remy is a rat of highly developed tastes, creating another Disney situation in which a character doesn’t quite fit in with his surroundings and goes off in search of a place where he belongs. Remy’s quest is another potential blockbuster hit for Disney and yet again shows Pixar that as a movie making powerhouse that can do no wrong. The empire may have been started by a mouse, but Mickey can take the summer off with the company’s future in Remy’s capable hands.
Watching the trailers for Ridley Scott’s American Gangster it’s hard not to be reminded of Scorsese’s The Departed, the most recently successful Hollywood spin on the world of mobsters versus cops. But if there’s any similarity between the two films at all, it ends with the advertisements. Where Scorsese’s film is intense, entangled, and full of pathos Scott’s film is calculating and flat. American Gangster is a procedural more than anything; a basic, by the numbers execution of a standard good cop versus sympathetic mob boss drama.
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I have a confession to make. When I first saw the promotional material for The Combination - featuring tough looking gangster kids looking all broody and punchy - I groaned inwardly. My first impression was that it was going to be a film that tried to “turn a mirror on Australian society”, but ended up inducing cultural cringe instead.
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"El Mariachi" is the prequel to "Desperado". This is a low budget film and from what I understand; it cost less than $10,000 to produce. Although it lacks the big names and big money of the sequel, it clarifies and sheds light on the follow-up movie.
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The talented Nick Stahl (Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines) plays the central role of Dylan, a morose funeral home employee whose only friend is his gregarious, burly Irish co-worker (Brian Lynner). After overseeing the crowded funeral of a former high school classmate, Dylan decides to fake his death to see if anyone will bother to show up at his own.
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It's not hard to be enthusiastic about The Matador, an uncommon buddy film starring Pierce Brosnan and Greg Kinnear. The movie has a nicely modulated mix of comedy and pathos, but succeeds as much because of the two lead performances as Richard Shepard's writing and directing. This is an audience-pleaser through-and-through, but one wonders whether the title (which is appropriate but not catchy) may fail to entice viewers. In fact, it may keep some sensitive animal-lovers away.
When a director can take a reprehensible monster and, over the course of a scant 90 minutes, turn audience reaction from distaste to sympathy, that's the mark of an adept filmmaker. This occurs in Tsotsi, an emotionally honest tale of redemption that never forgets there are consequences for bad acts, even when those acts are committed before the arrival of salvation. The film uses a degree of manipulation to make its point, but it is refreshingly light on sentimentality. While aspects of Tsotsi don't ring true, we are nevertheless left with an affecting character study that offers jolts to the system.
A curious thing happened to Cosi on its way to a United States release -- it got lost. Or at least temporarily misplaced. Miramax Films began showing trailers for this movie more than a year ago, but the opening date was repeatedly delayed until just about everyone had forgotten about it. Now, eleven months after it premiered in Australia, Cosi is finally set to open. Unfortunately, it's not really worth the wait. The film is like a half-baked amalgamation of A Midwinter's Tale and Shine, and doesn't excel as either a comedy or a drama.
A group of friends on a weekend camping trip decide to investigate a local urban legend. The trip will change their lives as they are forced into a fight for survival against a horrific monster.
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Broken Rainbow is a 1985 documentary film about the government-enforced relocation of thousands of Navajo Native Americans from their ancestral homes in Arizona. The Navajo were relocated to aid mining speculation in a process that began in the 1970s and continues to this day. The film is narrated by Martin Sheen. The title song was written by Laura Nyro, the theme music was composed by Paul Apodaca, with other original music by Rick Krizman and Fred Myrow
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Chris and Bill are called upon for their excellent surveillance record to stakeout a lakeside home where a Mafia trial witness is believed to be heading or already hiding. Unlike their earlier Stakeout, this time they are accompanied by Gina Garret from the DAs office and her pet rottweiler Archie their cover, husband and wife with son Bill.
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Ben and Sandra are hot and provocative lovers, but Sandra is unfortunately married to Bens younger brother Jake, and soon Jake will find out about Ben.
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The gorgeous and sexy Claire Dennison is the successful manager of the advertisement agency Image Engine and married and in love with the middle-aged psychologist Jonathan Dennison. Their life is perfect but Jonathan is not good in bed, frustrating Claires desires. When a colleague suggests Claire to fantasize with Jonathan to bring passion to their relationship and have kinky sex with her husband, she pretends to be a sexy Italian but Jonathan does not participate in the game, and Claire asks him to play the Italian lover Robert in the future. When Claire travels in a job assignment, she sees Jonathan fashionably dressed and wearing a different hair style in the hotel lobby and she drags him to her room and has kinky sex with him. Then they schedule through e-mail a next encounter in New York in the morning, Jonathan calls Claire in the cell phone and she realizes that the man on her bed is a complete stranger. Sooner the man stalks Claire and introduces himself to her as Simon Phillips she discovers that the Simon is psychopath obsessed for her and jeopardizing her married life.
A man gives up his job with the IRS and relocates to a small town named Mumford of which he takes the name and passes it off as his own by being a psychologist. While as a psychologist, Mumford decides to give his patients no holds barred advice which changes his life and that of his patients and the residents.