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From Spaceballs to Men in Black to Galaxy Quest, science-fiction has been ripe for spoof and satire since its very inception, and this week sees another film aim its comedy sights at the genre in the shape of Paul.
Written by and starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, the film follows in the footsteps of their previous celluloid collaborations Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz (sans writer-director Edgar Wright) in being an ode to friendship and brotherly love, with the added addition of a cute extra-terrestrial called Paul.
I was told once by an older, more experienced and wiser film critic that it is important for any reviewer to abstain from letting their personal tastes, especially for a particular actor or actress, get in the way of their ability to see a film objectively. Just because someone’s natural state of being or recurring character makes you laugh, that doesn’t always make for a great movie. There are other things that go into it — a film’s ability to engage its audience, develop its characters and provoke some sort of response, to name a few. And by that logic Jim Carrey’s latest movie Yes Man is just another plot-less, purposeless comedy that entrances its audience with Jim Carrey’s antics long enough to take their $10 and run. But if we peel back what few layers exist we might just find a few things to like, and maybe even something worth laughing at.
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If you like Harrison Ford movies, like I do. And if you like thrillers, like I do. And if you like to sit on the edge of your seat in a movie and root for the good guy, like I really do, then youll probably love FIREWALL.
Among the items on the prop list for Grace are: one (1) baby bottle filled with blood and one (1) dead baby. Now that you know that, a review might be superfluous -- you already know whether or not you want to see this movie.
If you are the sort of person who might enjoy an effed-up gore-fest about a woman who delivers an undead baby, you can rest assured that Grace lives up to its potential. It's at least as effed-up as you'd expect, and first-time writer/director Paul Solet (expanding on his 2006 short) proves himself adept both as a visual storyteller and as a guy who can make you crap your pants.
Someone in a charitable mood might consider Zoom to be a kids' film. To the extent that such a label indicates there is nothing of value or interest for adults, it's apt. However, it's difficult to imagine what might appeal to a younger audience. When it comes to action, comedy, and drama, three words apply: lamer, lamer, lamest. Tim Allen, upon whose shoulders this sorry production rests, is still playing the same basic character he essayed when Tim the Tool Guy was on top of the TV ratings heap. He's Santa Claus in a leotard. This is a misfire of heroic proportions, and the only reason it's not the worst movie in theaters this weekend is because Pulse opened the same day. (Lucky film critic that I am, I got to see them back-to-back.)
Meet the Fockers
I am not a fan of Meet the Parents, the 2000 film that introduced Ben Stiller to the joys of having an ex-CIA agent as a potential father-in-law. The movie is too much like a sit-com, although, as a counterbalance, it offers several big laughs. Meet the Fockers, the 2004 follow-up, plays much like the original, but with less effective humor. In the nearly two-hour running length, there are maybe five or six solid chuckles, resulting in a movie experience that is more tedious than entertaining. The problem lies in the screenplay (credited to John Hamburg and Jim Herzfeld, who also wrote installment #1), which latches on to the few clever and/or funny elements in the film and runs them into the ground via repetition.
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Heart of the Game
In recent years, true sports stories, both documentaries and feature films, have become increasingly popular. The nature of the competition, which has varied from football to spelling bees, is irrelevant. Viewers appreciate movies that tell inspirational tales, and The Heart of the Game is such a production. Chronicling six seasons of high school basketball for the Roosevelt (Washington) Roughriders, Ward Serrill's documentary examines the success of coach Bill Resler from the 1998-99 season (his first) through the 2003-04 season. It also explores the trials and tribulations of his star player, Darnellia Russell, whose contributions to the team led to an amazing run in her final season.
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What if Quentin Tarantino collaborated with John Hughes on a teen comedy? Superbad is a decent approximation of what the result might be. As with Borat, there are no sacred cows here. The movie, produced by Judd Apatow, written by Seth Rogan & Evan Goldberg, and directed by Greg Mottola, pushes the genre's envelope a little farther than anything before it has done. It recalls American Pie but with less nudity (in fact, there's none to speak of) and dialogue that is more clever and more profane. The movie is frequently amusing and occasionally uproarious.
Into the Sun
When Takayama (Mac Yasuda), the governor of Tokyo, is murdered, it falls on ex-CIA agent Travis Hunter (Steven Seagal) to track down those responsible. And rookie FBI agent Sean Mac (Matthew Davis) is assigned to work with Hunter on the case.
It was the FBI who actually asked the CIA's Tokyo office to look into the killing, believing it to be linked to the Yakuza, a dangerous Japanese mafia, so the CIA is sniffing around under the auspices of Homeland Security.
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Alex & Emma
A romantic comedy Alex is an author whose writers block and gambling debts have landed him in a jam. In order get loan sharks off his back, he must finish his novel in 30 days or wind up dead. To help him complete his manuscript he hires stenographer Emma. As Alex begins to dictate his tale of a romantic love triangle to the charming yet somewhat opinionated stenographer, Emma challenges his ideas at every turn. Her unsolicited yet intriguing input begins to inadvertently influence Alex and his story and soon real life begins to imitate art.
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The film follows the existential crisis of an unnamed urban sophisticate (Vanessa Redgrave) who becomes aware of the nature of world politics, economic exploitation and the vapid consumerism around her. A series of events lead her to visit an unnamed third world country, representing an exotic location somewhere in Eastern Europe, where the entire economy and populace are geared towards the tourist industry. Even as she enjoys the rare taste of its products she is made starkly aware of the reality behind the façade by a journalist (Michael Moore) who, subsequently, suggests a visit to the country's war-torn neighbour in order to experience a true picture of life in the region. She does so and her life is changed forever.
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House of Fears
The movie opens with a man and a woman arriving at a digging site somewhere in Africa. The man enters a nearby cave, and finds all the workers brutally murdered, while the woman discovers a monkey statue. As the pair flee the scene, the woman takes the statue with her.
In Oregon, America a security guard, Hamadi (Kelvin Clayton) arrives at 'The House of Fears' with his guard dog. Entering the haunted house, Hamadi finds a box containing the monkey statue. He senses something is wrong, but is attacked by his dog before he can leave.
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Soft Beds, Hard Battles aka Undercovers Hero
In this comedy, set during the Nazi occupation of France, Peter Sellers plays most major male parts, so he stars in nearly every scene, always bumbling in inspector Clouseau-style. As British Major Robinson he is hidden in Madame Greniers Parisian brothel, right under the nose of the Nazi clients, such as Gestapo agent Herr Schroeder (again him). As Gnral Latour he leads the French resistance, which includes the brothel madam -made a colonel in charge of her sexy troops- and a priest, and is joined by young US diplomat Alan Cassidy. As Japanese imperial Prince Kyoto he becomes a target for the resistance in a monastery on his way to Hitler (again him). At the end he decorates the heroes as French president.
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A look at the relationship between renowned scientist Albert Einstein and his first wife, Mileva Maric.
In 2010 three heroes battle to survive in a city which is being controlled by an evil gang.
When jobless Tommy Collins discovers that sequestered jurors earn free room and board as well as 5-a-day, he gets himself assigned to a jury in a murder trial. Once there, he does everything he can to prolong the trial and deliberations and make the sequestration more comfortable for himself.
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