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The Last Song
It's gotten to the point where if you've seen one film based on a Nicholas Sparks book, you've seen them all. And that applies more so than ever to The Last Song, a limp effort cobbled together from bits and pieces of Sparks' previous stories. No need to write out a detailed synopsis of this movie because if you're familiar with any of Sparks' books, or their film adaptations, you've seen the story of The Last Song done before, and done much better.
In fact, this is basically Dear John with a volleyball-playing college-bound rich kid (Liam Hemsworth) in place of a guitar-playing college bound rich kid (Amanda Seyfried), and a rebellious musical prodigy estranged from her dad (Miley Cyrus) in place of a rebellious teen-turned-soldier estranged from his dad (Channing Tatum). Both The Last Song and Dear John, which just came out on February 5th and is still fresh in moviegoers' minds, have beach scenes with water dripping off some beautiful bodies. And in addition to the aforementioned similarities, both films involve a character with a deadly disease. But, at least Dear John did a decent job of setting up the 'meet cute', whereas The Last Song makes the initial meeting between the two would-be young lovers completely unbelievable and silly.
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A creepy store displaying a doll resembling the child that walks by it is the setting for “Alma,” a 2009 short animated CGI film (less then 6 minutes long) that is supposedly being converted into a full-length animated feature by Dreamworks in the not-so-distant future.
Caught in the Crossfire
In the 14 short days it took the production crew behind “Caught in the Crossfire” to film the movie in Grand Rapids, they managed to capture an essence of the city and develop the characters and action into a convincing cop drama.
Written and directed by Grand Valley State University alumnus Brian Miller, “Caught in the Crossfire” premiered Tuesday night at Celebration Cinema North in Grand Rapids, where a sold-out crowd excitedly greeted Miller, producer Randall Emmett and the famous Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, who starred in the film as well as acting as co-producer.
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He Was a Quiet Man
Here's a film that evokes, at different times and in different ways, Joe Versus the Volcano, Brazil, and Taxi Driver. It's an effective and affecting movie about the crushing power of office servitude and the soul-sapping impact of office politics. The film is not an accurate representation in the strictest sense of what it's like to work in an office environment, but it captures the feeling of the experience even if some of the details are exaggerated. One could argue that He Was a Quiet Man is a cautionary tale, but it's more of an autopsy than a warning and eventually evolves into a character study and an offbeat romance before coming full circle via a clever and reasonable twist.
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In the Shadow of the Moon
There have been countless movies reflecting upon life in the 1960s. Most of those focus on the hippie movement, the civil rights explosion, and Vietnam. In the Shadow of the Moon reminds us that the '60s and early '70s weren't all gloom and unrest. There were other things out there besides the Cuban Missile Crisis, three prominent assassinations, and Watergate. In fact, there was one event during the turbulent period that brought humanity together across the globe, and it had to do with something that was literally out of this world.
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Years ago, while watching Delicatessen (in 1992) and The City of Lost Children (in 1995), I wondered which of the co-directors, Jean-Pierre Jeunet or Marc Caro, was more responsible for the films' quirky tone and striking visual style. Although Caro hasn't made a film since The City of Lost Children, Jeunet has continued in the business, accepting the Hollywood offer to helm Alien: Resurrection, then returning to his native France to direct Amelie. With the release of this movie, which has won critical accolades across the world, become one of the most popular home-grown films of all time in France, and captured the audience award at the 2001 Toronto International Film Festival, I have learned the answer to my question. Amelie makes it clear that the primary creative force behind the earlier films' stylistic uniqueness was Jeunet.
In a slightly alternate world not too far in the future a young girl called Rebecca (Ruby O.Fee) is embraced by Thomas (Tristan Christopher) her neighbor, in an undisclosed coastal town where she is staying with her grandfather. They bond and become close, but Rebecca leaves, only to return 12 years later (Eva Green) to find Thomas (Matt Smith) and reignite their complicated childhood romance. When Thomas is tragically killed, Rebecca utilizes modern technology to commit a heinous taboo of cloning Thomas and giving birth to him, and learns to live with her decision until the inevitable moment of truth arrives.
You, Me and Dupree
You, Me and Dupree represents the second high-profile movie of the summer of 2006 to be mis-marketed as a comedy. As with The Break Up, this stars one of the featured actors from last year's surprise hit, Wedding Crashers. However, Owen Wilson isn't able to add more comedic pizzazz to You, Me and Dupree than Vince Vaughn was capable of providing to his anti-romance picture. In actuality, this is a flaccid drama with occasional "humorous" interludes. Unfortunately, most of the humor isn't any more amusing than the serious stuff is dramatic. You, Me and Dupree is a mess of conflicting tones and missed opportunities. The only one to emerge unscathed is Kate Hudson, who exhibits qualities she has rarely shown since her breakthrough role in Almost Famous.
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Adapted by John Gregory Dunne and Joan Didion from Dunne's novel, True Confessions uses the still-unsolved "Black Dahlia" murder as the foundation for a devastating attack on big-city corruption -- in which it appears that many of the perpetrators wear clerical collars. In, 1948 Los Angeles detective Tom Spellacy (Robert Duvall) is assigned to investigate the death of a priest, who apparently suffered a heart attack while being serviced by a prostitute.
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Plunkett & Macleane
Despite employing a modern techno score (that sounds like it was lifted from Run Lola Run) and MTV-style editing, there's something old fashioned and enjoyable about the pure spirit of adventure embraced by Plunkett & Macleane, an 18th century tale about a pair of bandits who become folk heroes. There's nothing deep or ambitious about this production - it's simply a rousing account of the exploits of two likable rogues and the bad-to-the-bone thief catcher who's on their trail. At 95 minutes, Plunkett & Macleane clocks in at the perfect length - pointless chase scenes aren't included for the sole purpose of adding to the running time.
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During the operation Storm in Desert in Iraq, the tough Marine Sergeant of Special Operations MacPherson and his great pal and family man, the Mexican Corporal Miguel Silva, are seriously wounded and retired.
Crime and Punishment
In modern day post-Soviet Moscow Raskolnikov acts out the arrogant theory that he can neglect all laws and proceeds to murder a woman. But he is unable to extinguish the victim from his mind and is plagued by his ceaseless rationalization of his decision.
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After a shoot-out kills five FBI agents in Kansas City the Bureau target John Dillinger as one of the men to hunt down. Waiting for him to break Federal law they sort out several other mobsters, while Dillingers bank robbing exploits make him something of a folk hero. Escaping from jail he finds Pretty Boy Floyd and Baby Face Nelson have joined the gang and pretty soon he is Public Enemy Number One. Now the G-men really are after him.
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The film begins in Bogota, Columbia, where Cataleya's father, Fabio, is having a secret meeting with Marcos, a drug lord to pay off his remaining debt. Fabio, however, learns that Marcos is putting a hit out on him and his family for a valuable item that he holds and Marcos wants. Fabio rushes home and warns Alicia, his wife, that Marcos is coming after them. While Alicia packs, Fabio hands Cataleya a business card, which should lead her to an airport security office, just in case. Fabio hands Cataleya the item that Marco wants, telling her not to lose it and to give it to the Ambassador so that she can get a U.S. passport. He also tells Cataylea to meet up with her uncle, who will take care of her. He tells her to, "Never forget where (she) came from." Soon, Marcos and his thugs arrive at Fabio's residence. Fabio, Alicia, and Cataleya try to escape, but the house is surrounded. Fabio and Alicia have Cataleya sit on the kitchen table and to not move no matter what, knowing the men aren't going to harm her. Cataleya witnesses both her parents gunned down quickly.
Into the Wild
Based on a true story. After graduating from Emory University, top student and athlete Christopher McCandless abandoned his possessions, gave his entire 24,000 savings account to charity and hitchhiked to Alaska to live in the wilderness. Along the way, Christopher encounters a series of characters who shape his life.
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Night Of The Demons
A group of kids go to a Halloween party, only to have to face down a group of demons.
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