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Observe and Report
Formulaic comedies are an all-too-common sight in cinemas these days. Observe and Report is, by outward appearance, exactly this; sold to Joe Public with a trailer that aims at fans of drunken teen comedies and slapstick – which are generally about as sophisticated as a Benny Hill gag reel. However, lead actor Seth Rogen is the first red herring that this isn't going to be a run-of-the-mill, mass-produced laugh flick. Ray Liotta is another. And writer/director Jody Hill (The Foot Fist Way, Eastbound and Down) is the third major hint.
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Anne Francis is about to hung for the murder of her husband, the son of the local Ponderosa owner John Litel. But her uncle sends Chuck Connors to rescue her and he does, taking her across the Texas state line to New Mexico territory where he, Robert Burton is the local Ponderosa owner. And due to Burton's influence, New Mexico will not honor extradition. What to do, but hire out for The Hired Gun.
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Wisegal is inspired by the true story of Patty Montanari, played by Alyssa Milano (Charmed, Who’s the Boss?), a widowed mother of two that became a trusted member of the Mafia in an attempt to do right by her kids. The executive producer of the movie is none other than Joe Pistone, the FBI agent whose undercover exploits inspired the movie Donnie Brasco.
The penguin fetish started in 2005 by the unexpected popularity of March of the Penguins comes to a screeching halt with the latest attempt at cashing in on the worn out American love for the wobbly, tuxedo wearing fowls from down south. Surf’s Up is a blizzard of filmmaking foul ups, a perfect storm of blatant pandering and studio screenwriting by committee. It plays like it was written by a third-rate marketing department as a series of happy meal advertisements. It’s barely a movie at all, much less a good one.
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“Bedevilled” emerged as one of the most hard hitting and accomplished films from Korea in 2010, a shocking and unforgettable revenge thriller starring actress Seo Young Hee (“The Chaser”) as a woman pushed too far. The film marked the debut feature of Jang Cheol Su, who previously worked as an assistant to angry auteur Kim Ki Duk, and so it’s perhaps unsurprising that it deals in no-holds barred fashion with themes of abuse, gender politics, and of course, murder. Unusually for an uncompromising and violent outing, the film was hailed by critics around the world, premiering at the International Critic’s Week at Cannes 2010 and going on to win a number of prizes and nominations for Jang Cheol Su and Seo Young Hee.
The film kicks off with cold Seoul career woman Hae Won (Ji Seong Won, also in “Harmony”) having a dreadful day, witnessing the brutal beating of a young woman and being pushed over the edge by the pleadings of an old woman at the bank where she works. Told by her boss in no uncertain terms to take a break, she heads to remote Moo Do Island where she grew up and where her friend Bok Nam (Seo Young Hee) still lives, whose letters she has been simply throwing unopened in the trash. She soon discovers that Bok Nam has been suffering horrific abuse at the hands of her husband and his brutish brother, not to mention being exploited by the handful of cruel old women who make up the rest of the island’s tiny population. After it becomes clear that Hae won is unlikely to help, Bok Nam grabs her young daughter and tries to flee, though is soon recaptured, the poor child dying in the process. Finally snapping, the unhinged woman grabs a sickle and takes bloody revenge.
Run Fatboy Run
Based on the evidence at hand, one has to assume the missing ingredient is Edgar Wright. Wright, the co-writer and director of Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz, is nowhere to be found in the credits list of Run Fatboy Run. Instead, on this occasion, Simon Pegg is creatively teamed with director David Schwimmer and co-scripter Michael Ian Black. The result is tepid humor and a less-than-compelling feel-good story of redemption and re-kindled romance. With Shaun and Fuzz, Pegg took well-known genres and firmly skewered them. Those who believe the underdog/sports movie will get the same treatment in Run Fatboy Run will be disappointed. This is yet another parody that falls victim to the desire to become what it's intending to satirize.
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Rumor Has It...
Rumor has it that Rumor Has It… experienced a rocky production history. First-time director Ted Griffin was removed from his position just as production was beginning, necessitating an eleventh-hour change. The cinematographer was replaced, allegedly because he may not have been filming certain cast members in the most flattering manner. And some of the roles changed hands. With all of that instability, it's no wonder that the final production is an unfocused mess, with poor chemistry all around and an ending that's as firm and satisfying as an overcooked noodle. The film's few high points are outweighed and outnumbered by sequences that don't work and cast choices that should have been re-thought.
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Ice Age: The Meltdown
Despite its popularity with children, Ice Age represented, at the time, a nadir for digital animation. Although entertaining, the film couldn't stand toe-to-toe with its Pixar and Dreamworks competitors. Ice Age: The Meltdown represents a further step backwards. Although the animation has improved, the regression is keenly felt in other areas - particularly the story. This is a lackluster film that exists exclusively because its predecessor made money.
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As promised, Jay and Silent Bob are back. The quirky duo who hung around in the background of Kevin Smith's 1994 debut feature, Clerks, have returned to the screen for the followup, Mallrats, the middle picture of the so-called "New Jersey Trilogy." (Although ostensibly taking place in the Garden State, Mallrats was filmed almost entirely in Los Angeles and Minnesota.) In many ways, this new movie is a less original, not-as-funny, full color redressing of Clerks. Despite a broad range of effective comedy and a decent laugh-per-minute ratio, Mallrats is likely to be a moderate disappointment for anyone who guffawed their way through the previous film.
"We're gonna be too big for Hamburg. We're gonna be too big for Liverpool. We're gonna be too big for our own bloody good."
- John Lennon, Backbeat
Oliver Stone probably loves this film. Not only is Backbeat a story from "his" era, the early sixties, but it bears more than a passing resemblance to one of his own pictures, The Doors (although it should be noted that Backbeat moves a lot faster). If nothing else, however, Stone usually gets his characters right, but the failure to create a compelling protagonist is this movie's greatest flaw.
Call it Touched by a Demon. Gregory Hoblit's Fallen is a serial killer movie with an unusual, horrific twist. If marketed properly, this film could have crossover appeal for both those who appreciate supernatural tales like The Prophecy and those who crave grim, dark thrillers like Silence of the Lambs andSeven. In fact, there's even a little Twin Peaks to be found here, albeit with the lion's share of the weirdness distilled out. (Remember BOB?) The biggest failing of Fallen is that, although it's consistently interesting, it's not always as edgy and suspenseful as one might hope.
Road to Perdition
Michael Sullivan, Sr. (Tom Hanks) is a mob enforcer for John Rooney (Paul Newman), an Irish mob boss in Illinois during the Great Depression and Al Capone era. Rooney raised Sullivan, an orphan, and loves him as a son; more so, in fact, than his real son, the ruthless, unstable Connor (Daniel Craig) . Sullivan and Connor go to a warehouse for a meeting with Finn McGovern, a disgruntled employee. Twelve-year-old Michael Sullivan, Jr. (Tyler Hoechlin) hides in his father's car and witnesses Connor kill McGovern in a fit of rage. Sullivan swears his son to secrecy, but Connor decides to hush these witnesses forever. He murders Sullivan's wife Annie and the couple's younger son Peter, mistakenly thinking he has murdered young Michael. Sullivan and his remaining son flee to Chicago.
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Docu-drama based on the life of Ted Bundy, a serial killer who killed at least 19 young women during the 1970s (though some sources say as many as 30 to 35 were murdered). Set from his college student years, to his first victims, his capture, escape from prison (twice), his final killing spree to his trial, conviction and execution.
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Johnson County War
Three brothers against an army. Justice knows no boundaries.
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On the front lines of Americas drug war, one family is living in the crossfire.
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Mirror, Mirror 4: Reflection
Last film of the saga of the Mirror. On this occasion five desperate people fall under the power of the mirror, which makes them live a nightmare of horror, violence, broken dreams, lost souls and strange sexual vengeance...
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