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Merlin and the War of the Dragons
Debatable if worth the time to watch it, but has its good sides. Starting with the bad ones. Low budget in everything. While not a crime by itself, one is left to wonder if scenes of murdering someone by sticking a sword under his armpit are best left out. Constant impression that the whole acting crew is maybe 20 people...
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From Mexico with Love
There's nothing like a solid boxing movie to get your spirits up and land you in the fighting mood -- whether that's a fight in the ring, a fight against the odds, or a fight for what's right. It's this spirit of filmmaking that brings From Mexico With Love to the forefront, a straight-to-DVD boxing tale that combines the tough realities of migrant farm workers with the bare-knuckled world of minor league boxing.
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Crackdown was about audacious, skyscraper-clearing leaps; Assassin’s Creed opted for nimble parkour, its protagonist dancing across rafters, swinging between jutting flagpoles. In both cases, scaling a city in any manner you chose made the game. With freerunning superman Cole, Infamous falls somewhere between Altaïr’s procedural elegance and the Agent’s unsubtle, ground-pounding zeal. The player can scamper up anything with a handhold, mastering nearly any structure in the sprawling acreage of Empire City, before plummeting back to street level without so much as a sprained ankle.
The talented actor Terry Kinney turns feature-film director to guide a regiment of equally appealing performers — Alan Alda, Matthew Broderick, Virginia Madsen, Lois Smith, Dylan Baker, Bobby Cannavale — through their respectable if pedestrian paces in the comedy-drama hybrid “Diminished Capacity.” Adapted by Sherwood Kiraly from his novel of the same title, the sleepy proceedings turn on two relatives — a Chicago newspaper editor, Cooper (Mr. Broderick), and his Missourian Uncle Rollie (Mr. Alda) — whose lives have been upended by their failing and flickering minds.
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Trumpeted by its own marketing as "the Asian-American Boyz n the Hood," Baby suffers somewhat in comparison. Yes it is a vicious and violent gang flick set on the scruffy streets of a crummy LA neighborhood, but while Boyz had some deep emotional underpinnings (remember when Cuba Gooding Jr. mattered?), Baby goes for the gun every time, and as the bodies pile up, the viewer's main response is shell shock.
La princesse de Montpensier
(La Princesse de Montpensier, 2010) In his long career, Bertrand Tavernier has worked as a film publicist, an assistant director to Jean-Pierre Melville and has dabbled in the past and in the future as film settings with an equally deft touch, informed by his tendencies as a cineaste who still quaffs the work of others, but also shows his accomplished craft as a filmmaker in his own right. Among his earlier films is the Jim Thompson adaptation with the lightest touch, 1981′s “Coup de Torchon.”
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Much as I might like to, I cannot heap praise upon director Gavin Hood's Rendition, a political thriller with aspirations of being so much more that it is. The film treads into the minefield of debate that exists surrounding the question of Constitutional Rights versus National Security. Some day, someone is going to make a very good movie about these issues - one that will take a hard look at the dangers inherent in not walking the fine tightrope that exists. Rendition, however, approaches the subject playing with a stacked anti-National Security deck and a script that is half-baked. Hood has staked out a position and defended it in a shockingly unsubtle way. Instead of experiencing a movie that’s seriously interested in getting into all of the pluses and minuses of the policy of "extreme rendition," we are ambushed by a simplistic storyline that’s more interested in sermonizing and demonizing than existing in the real world where things aren't as clear-cut as the movie would like us to believe. The film's disappointingly black-and-white approach robs characters and situations of badly needed ambiguity.
When a movie is this bad, it's hard to adequately describe its awfulness in words. The temptation exists to write something along the lines of: "Something this horrible has to be seen to be believed." Of course, that kind of advice would lead to e-mail death threats and other assorted nasty comments from those who spend money on The Devil's Rejects. And I'm sure AMC won't be making the same rebate offer they made for Cinderella Man. The reason is understandable: about 95% of their customers would be demanding their money back. As for the other 5%... it is said that Rob Zombie is an acquired taste (as his awful debut, House of 1000 Corpses, indicated). If that's the case, then I hope it's not contagious and I don't become infected. This is a vile and reprehensible motion picture. Critic Scott Weinberg, with whom I endured the screening, made the following comment when it was over: "I have to go home and take a shower to wash away the filth." Amen.
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Few screen romances are as touching, as tragic, and as life affirming as the one shared by Nick (Robert Carlyle) and Karen (Juliet Aubrey) in director Michael Winterbottom's Go Now. While the film is ultimately about the effects of multiple sclerosis upon both a body and a relationship, Go Now is not the exercise in depression the material might make it seem to be. Winterbottom, who took an equally unsentimental approach to his adaptation of Thomas Hardy's Jude the Obscure, avoids numerous melodramatic pitfalls on the way to making Nick and Karen's experiences with the disease real, believable, and manipulation-free. By including a copious amount of lowbrow humor and occasionally using black-and-white freeze-frames with amusing captions, Winterbottom never allows Go Now to become too much of a downer.
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Pier Paulo Pasolini continues his homoerotic explorations on the screen by taking his sexual slant into the Arabian Nights. Hungry lovers lurk behind every palm tree and the parched desert thirsts are satisfied only between the silken sheets of lustful tales of the night.
While it seems like all the tales will be interconnected at the beginning, the script seems to wander in the desert, losing its way. One tale involves a slave girl who slips a young man the money to buy her at auction so they can enjoy carnal bliss. After a pointed warning from her, he sells a shawl in the market to a blue-eyed man, which results in her abduction and sends him on a lackluster search to recover his lost love. In another tale a bridegroom abandons his wife to be on the eve of their wedding for another mysterious woman. His betrayal can only come back to haunt him. Several other stories weave together the fabric of Pasolini’s vision. With a running time of 131 minutes, the film unfolds rather slowly despite the multiple stories.
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40 Days and 40 Nights
Matt Sullivan (Josh Hartnett) and his roommate, Ryan (Paulo Costanzo), are co-workers at a the San Francisco dot-com company. Matt is obsessed with his ex-girlfriend, Nicole (Vinessa Shaw), who has just gotten engaged. He confides to his brother, John (Adam Trese), who is training to become a Catholic priest, that he has sexual problems because of his obsession. Matt vows to go without sex for 40 days and 40 nights for Lent. John warns Matt that celibacy is not easy, and Ryan starts a popular office pool to bet on how long Matt can last.
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The Cake Eaters
The Cake Eaters is a small-town, ensemble drama that explores the lives of two interconnected families coming to terms with love in the face of loss. Living in rural America, The Kimbrough family is an odd bunch: Easy, the patriarch and local butcher, is grieving over the recent loss of his wife, Ceci, while hiding a secret ongoing affair for years; Beagle, his youngest son who was left to care for his ailing mother, works in the local high school cafeteria by day but has a burning passion inside that manifests itself through painting street signs; and the eldest son, Guy, has been away from the family for years while pursuing his rock star dream in the big city until the day he learns of his mother's passing and that he has missed the funeral.
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Romantic adventures of neurotic New York comedian Alvy Singer and his equally neurotic girlfriend Annie Hall. The film traces the course of their relationship from their first meeting, and serves as an interesting historical document about love in the 1970s.
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Flight of the Navigator
A 12 year old boy goes missing in 1978, only to reappear once more in 1986. In the eight years that have passed, David hasnt aged. It is no coincidence that at the time David comes back, a flying saucer is found, entangled in electricity cables.
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Kiss the Girls
Washington DC detective Dr. Alex Cross travels to North Carolina to investigate the apparent kidnapping of his niece. Aided by escaped kidnapee Kate McTiernan, Cross hunts down the kidnapper, who operates under the pseudonym Casanova.
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Living & Dying
Two killers turn the tables on a trio of robbers when they find themselves in a hostage situation. Surrounded by the police, the robbers must become the heroes before the killers execute everyone.
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