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Antichrist, like many films by its Danish director Lars von Trier, has had the foaming-mouthed witch burners of the popular press out in full, end-of-the-world effect. It is, they hiss and scream with the moral certainty of which only the most self-regarding ideologues are ever capable, a work of pornography.
Drizzle, rain, floods. England losing the Test series. Big Brother and pretty much everything on television. Really, it's been a dismal summer. Cinema's not been much help: even a great film such as The Bourne Ultimatum is hardly a barrel of laughs. Thank goodness, then, for Knocked Up.
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In an age when "musical" usually means jungle animals singing Elton John songs or the splashy, sequined Hollywood drag-show theatrics of DREAMGIRLS, writer-director John Carney's scrappy, song-driven tale of love among Dublin's street musicians seems downright revolutionary. Focusing strictly on stripped-down performances of great music and the charming chemistry between the two leads, it's a perfectly realized yet unassuming movie that deserves to find a big audience.
The Butterfly Effect 2
The Butterfly Effect 2 is yet another example of a film that is simply a quickie follow-up to a movie that didn’t really need a sequel in the first place. There is nothing wrong with the movie, but it is simply a repeat of what was covered in the first Butterfly Effect.
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Indie movies rarely have the scope and span of a film like Night Train, and after watching this film you’ll know why. While the story of the film is fresh, and something like a Hitchcock flick or an Agatha Christie novel, the execution couldn’t be further from those two vaunted sources of mystery and suspense. It’s not for a lack of trying, but a lack of funds.
In the film, a mysterious stranger boards a train in the middle of nowhere… even though most train dudes that I know would break your jaw before they’d let you on their train without a ticket. Despite this troublesome item, the train dude lets the man on the train… where he proceeds to overdose on pills and booze. The train dude, along with an alcoholic salesman and a sexy nerd slut, discover a package that the man was carrying and hatch a plot to keep it to themselves. This plot involves hacking up the dude’s corpse, throwing it off the train, and getting rich as balls. Of course, things don’t go their way, and a slough of interested parties show up; from a couple of Chinese thugs to cops to an old lady with an annoying dog, everyone wants to get their hands on this priceless treasure. It sounds pretty straightforward, but there are some nice twists within the meat of the story to keep the viewer interested and out of “been there, done that” land.
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Behind the Mask
Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon may be the best horror spoof no one has ever seen. Or at least, that was the case when Starz/Anchor Bay dumped the film into a small number of theaters during mid-March 2007 with little publicity and no advance screenings. That kind of release strategy screams "dog!" Perhaps the distributors didn't realize what they had - a smart, witty homage/parody of the slasher genre. Or maybe they knew exactly what Behind the Mask was and, recognizing the mainstream horror audience preference for mindless, repetitive gore, they shied away from promoting Behind the Mask, which offers considerably more. There are, for example, tangible payoffs for those with a sense of humor and an understanding of the genre's often-cheesy conventions. Like Scream, Behind the Mask isn't afraid to openly (and with tongue planted in cheek) reference classics of the past as templates for the present.
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Chen Kaige's The Promise is a beautiful film, filled with stylized, CGI-enhanced foregrounds and backgrounds that look like they were lifted directly from fairy tale-inspired paintings. There's not much about the look of The Promise that's realistic, but that's part of its limited charm. Unfortunately, the other production elements cannot live up to the visual aspects. The over-the-top acting is forgivable, but the plot's incoherence is not. The movie appears to have been edited with pruning shears. Huge chunks of storyline have been lost. One key that something is wrong can be found by looking at the running length. The U.S. version is 102 minutes long. The original Chinese cut is 128 minutes. With nearly 25% of material eliminated, is it any wonder that The Promise often makes no sense?
There are also problems with character identification, although these could also be attributable to the editing. Whatever the cause, however, the movie fails to present protagonists who are sufficiently fleshed out for us to care about them. Everyone in The Promise is a cardboard type. The characters are supposed to be caught in the grasp of an epic tragedy, yet the film proves unable to generate an emotional response in the viewer. We are enraptured by how everything looks, and care very little about the men and women moving through this panorama.
A certain amount of credit must be given to the filmmaking team behind Shrek 2 for overcoming a seemingly insurmountable obstacle and producing an entertaining motion picture. That obstacle is the ending of the original Shrek, which neatly wrapped up every conceivable aspect of the story, leaving little room for a sequel. Originally, Shrek had been designed as a one-off movie, but, when it became a huge hit, Dreamworks decided that a second installment was warranted. However, with Shrek and Princess Fiona married and living happily ever after as ogres, some creative brainstorming had to be done to arrive at a sequel-worthy concept.
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The Incredibles may become the first Disney/Pixar film not to dominate at the box office. That statement has nothing to do with the film's quality - in fact, The Incredibles is among the best of Pixar's digitally animated movies. However, it's going up against The Polar Express, which has a number of advantages, not the least of which are its built-in audience and seasonal appeal. More than anything else, The Incredibles is likely to be a victim of bad timing. Don't shed any tears for its makers, however. The film will still keep the cash registers ringing until it attains "blockbuster" status, although it won't be the runaway hit that Pixar's last production, Finding Nemo, was.
Basquiat, the fictionalized biography of graffiti artist-turned-international sensation, Jean Michael Basquiat, is the latest in a long line of "suffering artist" motion pictures, following closely on the heels of last year's controversial Total Eclipse. As presented by first-time director (and rival painter), Julian Schnabel, Basquiat is a skewed and often shallow look at the man who became an icon, the forces that shaped his life and death, and the way he was treated by his contemporaries and hangers-on.
Bound appears to be ripe with all the elements necessary for a top-notch exploitation flick: leather, guns, gangsters, blood, and a couple of hot-to-trot lesbians. From the first scene, however, it's obvious that the writing/directing team of Andy and Larry Wachowski are aiming for something considerably higher than rudimentary titillation. And, by taking chances and twisting conventions, they have hit paydirt. Bound is among the best film noir entries of the decade; from beginning to end, it's solidly entertaining.
AVH: Alien vs. Hunter
A galactic hunter chases the most dangerous alien creature in the universe to planet Earth, where humanity is caught between predator and prey.
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Kenneth (who likes to call himself Kay) begins to realise hes just another wannabe bad boy... even less than a loser in fact. After quitting his job at Laimsburys, Kay vows to become a respected gangster... or cry trying. A pulls-no-punches, coming-of-age story, centering on one directionless hopeless shotter, who finds his true worth in the face of urban adversity.
A married couple review their lives and renew their love for one another while driving to a friends funeral.
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Left for Dead
What a beautiful little horror picture. It is a western take on a slasher film but with real believable characters. No horny teens here. It says on the cover it is like Saw, but if you hate Saw dont worry it is nothing like Saw. The acting was way above average and i am actually surprised this got no theartre release as it looks great. Go see this i was truly blown away.
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A mild-mannered secretary discovers that she has a talent for murder as she ascends the corporate ladder.
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