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Do not be fooled by the title. While Monsters features its fair share of creatures over the course of its 97 minute runtime, this is far from your average sci-fi flick. Rather, it's a sweet, small-scale story, set against a backdrop of large-scale alien invasion.
The story starts six years after a NASA probe was sent into space to collect evidence of alien existence. Said probe crashed on re-entry to Earth over Central America, and soon after new life forms began to appear in Mexico. Fearing invasion, much of the country was quarantined, and is now considered the "infected zone."
This isn't horror. This isn't suspense. Frozen is terror and writer/director Adam Green has taken what initially seems like a 15-minute premise and turned it into a solid 93-minute feature that is oftentimes hard to watch even though almost all of the disturbing content happens off screen.
Instead of blood-soaked visuals Green turns up the sound as if to say, "No, I won't show it to you, but you're going to have to listen." It's gut-wrenching, and as you watch the actors' concerned faces Green makes you listen for a couple beats longer than anticipated to the point you've almost gotten used to it. It's at this point you almost want the camera to pan toward the carnage. You want the feeling you felt to be paid off in some way, whether you get that pay-off or not is for you to find out as I suggest any fan of such genre fare seek this film out.
One Missed Call
One Missed Call is yet another PG-13 horror movie adapted from a Japanese source. Taken in concert with The Ring, one has to wonder if these productions illustrate some subconscious fear of technology felt by the Japanese. First, they're being menaced by video tapes. Now, it's cell phones. What's next: The Blu-Ray ghost? One Missed Call starts out with an intriguing premise then ruins it by trying to build a story around it that explains too much. Of course, the more exposition it delivers, the sillier the entire thing becomes until it collapses under its own weight. This is the kind of concept that cries out for atmosphere and existentialism, not gratuitous "boo!" moments and endless shots of people crawling around in dark spaces with a flashlight.
If ever there was a reason not to check your cell phone voicemail, this is it - not that most of us worry about a ghost hiding out in the circuitry of our most indispensable electronic gadget. (Although I wonder about gremlins sometimes…) Of course, it doesn't matter if you forget your password, because cell phones in this movie don't use them, nor do they need batteries, which could be an argument in favor of a haunted phone. No more worrying about recharging or having to hang up when the indicator reads "zero bars." Presumably, the ghost has also solved the cell signal problem. The single drawback - looming death - is one of those side effects that probably shouldn't be ignored.
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Confession time: Not only have I read (literally) every story ever written by Stephen King (some of 'em two or three times), but I've also seen (literally) every movie inspired by his books. Some of 'em four or five times. I discovered the man's work around the time I was 13 -- and I devoured his early paperbacks like a junkie devours his drug of choice. I was hooked. All through high school and college and "grown-up" life, if there was a new King paperback out there, I had to have it. Most I liked, some I truly did not, and I few I really went crazy for. And since I'm even more of a movie geek than I am a passionate reader, I'm always pretty excited to sit down with a new cinematic adaptation. (And no amount of Dreamcatchers will ever change that.)
A poem by Regular Lovers’ protagonist François (Louis Garrel) speaks of him wanting to close his eyes to “the terrible roar of nothingness,” an unexpected wish, to say the least, of a young man whole-heartedly taking part in the May ’68 uprising in Paris. But then again, director Philippe Garrel’s recreation of the time period is far from one suffuse with dramatic conventions. Instead, what we see a lot of—almost three hours worth—is quite similar to, though less romanticized than, another movie taking place during the same time period and also starring Louis Garrel, Bernardo Bertolucci’s ineffective The Dreamers. To a degree far more impressionistic and personal, than that film Regular Lovers emphasizes a sort of drugged, unwinding existence for its “revolutionary” young protagonists. After they abandon the barricades and street protests of May the youths lop around the mansion of a friend of theirs who, lucky for them, at a very young age inherited a fortune when his wealthy father died. There, they smoke pot and opium, cheat on their significant others with a lazy attempt at slyness, occasionally bring up some of the ideology of the revolution, which either sounds pat or is ridiculed in such an atmosphere, and generally seem to exist pleasurably but fruitlessly in this “nothingness” that our poet protagonist spoke of.
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Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest
AT first glance, it seems like a pretty good deal. You put down your money — still less than $10 in most cities — and in return you get two and a half hours of spirited swashbuckling, with an all-star three-way battle of the cheekbones (Orlando Bloom vs. Keira Knightley vs. Johnny Depp) and some extra-slimy computer-generated imagery thrown in at no additional cost.
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The Lost Treasure of the Grand Canyon
The title of this movie sounds likes it's going to be a fun, spooky ride along the lines of tween-classics such as Wanda Nevada, Escape From Witch Mountain, The Watcher in the Woods, or even Stephen Sommers' Mummy movies. It is so not. (First clue: the DVD promo proudly announces the enclosed opus is "from the producers of Sands of Oblivion and The Fallen Ones"!)
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Star Trek: Nemesis
Is this the end of Star Trek? Has the long-running TV/film franchise finally reached the point where it can no longer seek out new life and new civilizations? After defeating Klingons, Romulans, and Borg, will the ultimate enemy – the multiplex box office – finally bring it down? Only time will answer those questions, but, with the arrival of Star Trek: Nemesis, the tenth Star Trek motion picture, the venerable series is looking outmoded and outdated. Media saturation and age have taken their toll.
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Closing the Ring
The film opens in 1991, with the funeral of a World War II veteran. The man's daughter Marie (Neve Campbell) delivers the eulogy to a church full of veterans who knew and loved her father, while her mother Ethel Ann (Shirley MacLaine) is sitting out on the church porch, smoking and nursing a hangover. When Ethel Ann begins acting strangely, only her friend Jack (Christopher Plummer) seems to understand why. It quickly emerges that there is a lot Marie does not know about her mother's past and the true story of her love life.
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The Tie That Binds
In California, John Netherwood (Keith Carradine) and his wife Leann Netherwood (Daryl Hannah) are fugitives who are wanted for murder. They have a 6-year-old daughter named Janie (Julia Devin).
John and Leann are robbing a house when the elderly residents of the house show up. After killing the two residents, John and Leann go outside, where there are cops waiting. John and Leann escape after John gets shot by Officer David Carrey (Ned Vaughn). Janie is found in the car that John and Leann left behind, and Janie is placed up for adoption.
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The Devil with Seven Faces
The funniest truckin youve ever seen!
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A Room for Romeo Brass
Two twelve-year-old boys, Romeo and Gavin, undergo an extraordinary test of character and friendship when Morell, a naive but eccentric and dangerous stranger, comes between them. Morell befriends with the two boys and later asks them to help him pursue Romeos beautiful elder sister. He gradually becomes more violent after she rejects him ...
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A single church-going mother desperately tries to save her two daughters from walking down the same dark path she was once on and a young woman fights against addiction to a mysterious party drug.
Kung Fu Flid
Jimmy Loveit, born with shortened arms due to thalidomide, is a talented kick boxer despite his handicap. Ably coached by Ron, Jimmy is a formidable opponent for anyone in the ring. One night, whilst snuggling up with his wife and daughter, their apartment is attacked by two gangsters whove mistaken their flat for someone elses. With his wife injured and his daughter missing, Jimmy starts a one-man war against the crime boss who sent the hit men
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Much Ado About Nothing
Young lovers Hero and Claudio are to be married in one week. To pass the time, they conspire with Don Pedro to set a lovers trap for Benedick, an arrogant confirmed bachelor, and Beatrice, his favorite sparring partner. Meanwhile, the evil Don Jon conspires to break up the wedding by accusing Hero of infidelity. In the end, though, it all turns out to be much ado about nothing.
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Masters of Menace
The Masters of Menace are actually a motorcycle gang. When one of their own dies while performing a dangerous bike stunt, they decide to cross the country to go bury him. With the coffin in the back of the pick-up truck and the tight-butt lawyer in the front, their craving for beer combined with lack of manners will disturb quite a few people wherever they go, including the police.
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