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A Perfect Getaway
It spoils nothing to say that A Perfect Getaway is a twist movie. In fact, it wants you to know that it's a twist movie -- desperately, pleadingly, damn-near annoyingly wants you to know. It is a film that simply would not exist were it not for its own third act. Its main characters have long, in-depth discussions about the nature of screenwriting and the structure of thrillers, using phrases such as "red herring" and "second-act twist" with a suspicious frequency intended, one imagines, to disarm the viewer. After all, if the film is so willing to get us thinking about gamechangers, can it really attempt to twist on us in a way we won't already have considered?
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Ink- is a strange surreal science fiction movie that follows beings the rest of the world do not see, but are responsible for our dreams and sometimes nightmares.
We first see some flashbacks of a very busy businessman John played by Chris Kelly, who has just recently divorced from his wife, and spending some time with his daughter Emma played by Quinn Hunchar, he at first is reluctant to play her games, saying her mother is much more suited to it than him, but he relinquishes eventually and joins her in fighting the "invisible monster" who has come to kidnap her.
A struggling writer unlocks the full potential of his brain by taking a cutting-edge pharmaceutical, only to find that his newfound abilities have made him a target for some of the most greedy and dangerous men on the planet. Eddie Morra (Bradley Cooper) is an author without a novel. No matter how hard he tries, he just can't summon the inspiration to write a single word.
A group of friends are on their way to a lake house vacation spot when their car crashes. Stranded, they spot a lone house sitting in the middle of Nowheres Cornfield USA. It’s moody and dangerous looking and creepy as all get-out. So of course two of the friends, Brian (Wes Chatham) and Scott (Devon Graye) head off to find help, leaving behind Chris (C.J. Thomason) and Natalie (Tammin Sursok), Brian’s slightly loopy girlfriend. There is a fifth member of the group, Johnny (Ben Easter), who has gone missing in the aftermath of the accident. Soon, something evil inside the cornfields strikes, cutting the number of vacationers in half. Yeah, kinda saw that coming, dincha? Have faith, though, it actually gets better.
“Husk” is another 2011 entry in the After Dark Originals line of films, including the previously reviewed “Prowl”. It’s another surprisingly strong effort, particularly given the lack of resources writer/director Brett Simmons had to work with. The film is the full-length version of a short film that Simmons did back in 2005, and it’s quite the streamline affair. The set-up is brisk, the action is fast and furious, and there is enough of a backstory to the supernatural shenanigans as to provide an explanation to those needing one. This is, after all, a movie about killer scarecrows, so I honestly don’t know who would demand a backstory to that, but in case you wanted one, Simmons supplies it in the form of flashbacks, each one helpfully triggered by the appearance of some well-trained crows.
Untraceable engenders a reaction that is one part fascination, one part disappointment, and two parts frustration. The film, which has the ingredients for a thoughtful, tense thriller throws away a compelling first half so it can descend into silliness and clichés. For a movie that works overtime to establish credibility during its first half-hour, Untraceable leaves no predictable, formulaic stone unturned in its rush to a jaw-droppingly stupid conclusion. It's almost as if the filmmakers who made the first two acts were replaced by Uwe Boll collaborators for the final 40 minutes. Then again, it's possible to believe this of director Gregory Hoblit, who achieved something not dissimilar with his previous feature, Fracture.
Everything Is Illuminated
I want to give actor-turned-director Liev Schreiber credit for making his behind-the-camera debut a film that means something to him. One can easily see how Everything Is Illuminated could be a deeply personal effort. Unfortunately, the meaning a project has for a director is not always conveyed to an audience. This is one such case. This movie is sloppy and disjointed - an unsatisfying melodrama built upon a shaky foundation of contrivances, coincidences, and plot holes. Although there's an aura of sincerity that keeps the picture from teetering into the "bad" category (it stays rooted in mediocrity), it fails more often than it works, and sitting through the 110-minute running length can be a tedious experience.
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Note: This review contains spoilers. Those who wish to have a completely "fresh" viewing experience of this movie should return after seeing it.
The concept of involving a female mystery writer in a crime is not a new plot device. In fact, from Dorothy Sayers' Harriet Vane to Angela Lansbury's J.B. Fletcher, such women have populated detective fiction from its early days. Likewise, there's nothing cinematically groundbreaking about the blurring of the lines between fact and fiction, and reality and fantasy. Over the years, countless movies have toyed with our perceptions, asking us to determine whether an event is happening in a character's mind or occurring in that person's environment. With Swimming Pool, director François Ozon's first English-language feature, the director has wed these two movie staples to arrive at something that, while not stunningly original, is fresh and compelling enough to hold the viewer's attention through its entire running length.
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Just Like Heaven
With Just Like Heaven, director Mark Waters (Mean Girls) wants to have his cake and eat it to. That's not necessarily a bad thing, until you consider that the recipe used for this confection is missing a few ingredients and the final product is half-baked. And, rather than eating it, he kind of chokes on it. Just Like Heaven tries to be an unholy union of Ghost and All of Me, and the result is rarely humorous, rarely romantic, and rarely affecting. Plus, the suspension of disbelief curve is so steep that even Lance Armstrong wouldn't be able to make it to the top.
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Youth Without Youth
The film opens in 1938, introducing Dominic Matei (Tim Roth), a 70-year old professor of linguistics. On the eve of World War II, Dominic attempts to visit the Café Select but is denied access due to wearing his pyjamas. Dominic realises that he is getting no younger, and has essentially failed his aim in life – to fully discover the origin of human language. His tireless labours have condemned him to a solitary existence, often spent pining after Laura (Alexandra Maria Lara), the love of his youth. Intent on committing suicide, Dominic travels to Bucharest, the city where he and Laura met at university. He is struck by lightning. In hospital, he is initially diagnosed by Professor Stanciulescu (Bruno Ganz) to be dying of his burns. However, Stanciulescu is startled when his patient regenerates into a much younger man. The Professor helps Dominic out of the hospital so as to continue studying him. Shortly afterwards, Romania is occupied by the Nazis, whose interests are aroused by Stanciulescu’s miracle patient.
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The Center of the World
A couple checks into a suite in Las Vegas. In flashbacks we see that he's a computer whiz on the verge of becoming a dot.com millionaire (Peter Sarsgaard), she's a lap dancer at a club (Molly Parker). He's depressed, withdrawing from work, missing meetings with investors. He wants a connection, so he offers her $10,000 to spend three nights with him in Vegas, and she accepts with conditions: four hours per night of erotic play, and no penetration. During the days in Vegas, they get to know each other, have fun, meet a friend of hers, casino dealer Jerri (Carla Gugino); at night, at least after the first night, things seem to get complicated. When the three days are over, the stripper makes it clear that she was only there for the money and that the man she spent the time with was just a client. Upset that the feelings he had weren't mutual he then violently rapes her. She then masturbates for him to achieve orgasm. The next day he returns home heartbroken. The movie ends with his return to the strip club to see the woman he fell in love with again. She greets him fondly and says that she is glad to see him again. Because the movie is shown in a non-linear format, it is left to the viewer's interpretation of when this event occurred.
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After six months at sea on an unassisted solo circumnavigation, Georgia Perrys 44-foot sloop is becalmed for several days. Cabin fever sets in, and the border between fact and fantasy begins to distort. But if these are just tricks of the mind, how do these encounters leave Georgia with physical manifestations?
Adam (Leigh Whannell), a photographer, awakens in a water-filled tub and finds himself in a disused bathroom along with Dr. Lawrence Gordon (Cary Elwes), an oncologist. Both men are chained at the ankle to the pipes at opposite ends of the room. Lying between them is a corpse in a small pool of blood holding a revolver and a microcassette recorder. Adam and Lawrence learn from tapes in their pockets that Adam must escape the bathroom, while Lawrence must kill Adam before six o'clock, or he'll lose his wife and daughter and be left to die. Lawrence's tape also implies that the corpse between them was a similar victim who shot himself before succumbing to the effects of a poison. They find a bag containing two hacksaws, though neither is able to cut through the chains. Lawrence realizes that the saws are meant to be used on their feet.
In Civil War-era Alabama, a band of outlaws takes refuge at an abandoned plantation after robbing a bank that held a cache of Confederate gold. Led by William, the group includes Sam, Todd, Annabelle, Clyde and Joseph. They intend to flee to Mexico, but nightfall and a thunderstorm force the robbers to remain in place. As the night wears on, each member of the group begins to have visions of the atrocities that occurred within the house. As supernatural forces begin to manifest themselves, the six turn on one another.
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Flirting with Forty
Jackie Laurens (Heather Locklear) is a recently divorced, 40-year-old and mother of two pre-teen kids who takes a vacation alone to Hawaii where, against her better judgment, she meets and hooks up with a hunky, much younger resident surf instructor named Kyle Hamilton (Robert Buckley). But what began as a one-night stand turns into love as when her vacation is done, she flies to Hawaii every chance she gets to meet with her latest love interest, which soon gets disapproval from her ex-husband, her teenage kids, and even her close friends. As time and the pressure from everyone around her to break it off with Kyle pushes Jackie to her breaking point, it will only take her beau Kyle to teach her how to cope before life passes her by.
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I like to support independent films. I watched this one because Idread it wasnt bad. I was mislead. It stunk big time. The acting wasabsolutely terrible. Especially the guy that ran the video store. Thewriting was only slightly better than the acting. The director needs totake some film courses. The cinematography was poor. I would imaginethey had little or no budget for this film. I bet most of thebackground actors were friends of the film makers.
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When Tom loses his son in a car accident, he goes to his friends for help. His wife no longer wants him and he will do anything to make his family whole again. As time passes Tom finds that he can no longer tell reality from fiction and that every action he takes results in dire consequences. When Tom loses everything, what will he do to get it back?