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Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans
Werner Herzog's Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans follows rogue detective Terence McDonagh (Nicolas Cage) in post-Katrina New Orleans. After injuring himself on the job, Terence becomes hooked on drugs to deal with the pain. This growing addiction soon leads to him breaking the law in increasingly brazen and dangerous ways in order to feed his habit. Terence's antics threaten to derail the drug-related homicide case he's investigating, while his gambling debts and run-ins with the underworld stand to cost him his life.
Regardless of its (at time of publish) close to 90% "fresh" rating at Rotten Tomatoes, I won't join the bandwagon of Kool-Aid drinkers and hail Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans as a black comedy masterpiece or a wickedly subversive work of abstract art that ingeniously pokes fun at not only the conventions of the cop movie genre but also the very conceit of Abel Ferrara's original Bad Lieutenant. No, Herzog's version is just an artful but overwrought mess trying to pass off over-the-top acting and half-baked ideas as some meditation on addiction and excess. The movie starts off as a rather pedestrian police procedural. Hints of Terence's dark side are evident from the opening scene, but it's not until his drug habit and growing debt take hold of him that he (and the actor playing him) becomes truly unhinged.
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Kevin Smith has had a bit of a dry spell lately, hasn't he? We all loved the guy when he first emerged with the indie hit Clerks, and the unique voice exhibited in his films that followed was a welcome break from the usual Hollywood dreck. But in recent years his acting credits have provided more amusement than his directing and writing work. So what's been the problem?
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Fast Food Nation
The idea underlying Fast Food Nation is intriguing: take the premise of the best-selling non-fiction book by Eric Schlosser and convert it into the backstory of a fictional film. Where director Richard Linklater runs into trouble is in the execution stage. The narrative he has fashioned is not only unfocused and rambling, but presents thinly developed characters that have little life or screen presence. The only interesting elements of Fast Food Nation are when it offers insight into the fast food process from slaughter house to Styrofoam container. This argues that the movie might have worked better had the ensemble cast been dumped and the project re-imagined as a documentary.
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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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In addition to a vast array of benefits, the industrialization of this planet has brought with it numerous problems. Chemicals, pesticides, and poisons are everywhere; pollutants clog the air. Most of us adjust, breathing in fumes with little more than a distasteful crinkling of the nose. There are those, however -- home-makers, mainly -- who suddenly and inexplicably become allergic to the 20th century. Afflicted with a malady called "environmental illness", a condition claimed to be psychosomatic by many doctors, these women and men suffer an immunity system breakdown that destroys their ability to enjoy contemporary urban life. To survive, they must seek the quiet solace of an out-of-the-way retreat where they can find a "safe room" and "clear" the poisons from their body.
A young boy joins a group of renegade dwarves on an unpredictable journey through time in this humorous fantasy. Monty Python animator Terry Gilliam mostly achieves a tricky balancing act in his second feature as sole director, creating a dark, irreverent comedy disguised as a family adventure. Particularly amusing are the boy's encounters with various historical figures, including an entertainment-starved Napoleon (Ian Holm), a powerful Agamemnon (Sean Connery), and a surprisingly stuffy Robin Hood, embodied by Gilliam's Python cohort John Cleese.
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Three Can Play That Game
When Byron (George) hits the big time, no one is happier than his girlfriend Tiffany (Lewis) - that is, until she catches him flirting with his sly new project manager Carla (Kellita Smith). While contemplating whether to break it off with Byron, Tiffany's best friend tells her about a specialist for women whose men can not control their primitive urges. Enter Ms. Shanté Smith (Fox). Using her knowledge of the male psyche and her new Five Step program, Shanté gives Tiffany the necessary tools she needs to "train" Byron and teach him a lesson for his behavior. However, Byron also has expert advice in his corner, courtesy of his best friend Gizzard (Tony Rock). Once again, the battle for the title of the superior sex is on.
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College Road Trip
The film is about Melanie Porter (Raven-Symoné), a 17-year-old college-bound girl who is getting ready to graduate from high school and really wants to go to Georgetown University. However, her father James Porter (Martin Lawrence), the chief of police in the quiet Chicago suburb where they live, is overprotective of Melanie, and isn't ready for her to leave and study so far away from home. Chief Porter has other plans for Melanie; he wants her to go to Northwestern University which is only 28 minutes away from home. Porter also receives problems from disagreements with his real estate agent wife, Michelle (Kym E. Whitley), the family pig Albert, who continuously annoys him, and his youngest son Trey, who spends much time with the pig. Melanie gets invited to an interview at Georgetown after a college recruiter saw her performance at a mock trial. Her two best friends, Nancy (Brenda Song) and Katie (Margo Harshman), offer to take her on their college road trip to Pittsburgh. Melanie is all set to go with her friends until her father surprises her with his own college road trip to Washington, D.C..
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Prey for Rock & Roll
Jacki (Gina Gershon), sexy punk rocker and lead singer of the all-girl band Clamdandy, is at a crossroads. With her birthday fast approaching, she must decide whether or not to keep the promise she made to herself over a decade earlier Quit the music business at 40 if she hasnt made it by then. The decision gets complicated when old secrets, false hope, and personal tragedies threaten to break up the band.
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The Cell 2
The FBI Agent Maya has developed the ability of psychically connect with other people after being murdered six times and brought back to live by the sadistic serial-killer Cusp. Now she is tracking down the infamous criminal through his mind using a device to protect herself but after an unsuccessful manhunt, she quits the FBI. One year later, when the niece of Sheriff Harris is abducted by Cusp, Mayas former chief Kassel summons her back to the investigation. Maya teams up with Harris trying to save his niece Penelope, but her time is short and she must risk her own safety to help the young woman.
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Alexis "Lexie" Winston (Lynn-Holly Johnson) is a young girl from a small town who dreams of becoming a champion figure skater. Her high-school sweetheart, Nick (Robby Benson), dreams of being a hockey player.
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Kickboxing champion Jake Raye thought his fighting days were over, until a call from an old friend draws him to the Far East and into the hands of a madman. This time Jakes fighting for his life!
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Green Eyed Monster
David convinces his friends that there is money-for-the-taking buried at his uncles Ranch and that he can lead them to it. His cousin Ashley warns them that the place has a grim history, but the promise of riches is all too enticing. In trying to find the money, they uncover something buried within us all and one by one they mysteriously disappear.
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Masters of Menace
The Masters of Menace are actually a motorcycle gang. When one of their own dies while performing a dangerous bike stunt, they decide to cross the country to go bury him. With the coffin in the back of the pick-up truck and the tight-butt lawyer in the front, their craving for beer combined with lack of manners will disturb quite a few people wherever they go, including the police.
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Milenge Milenge took its time to come to the theatres. Yes, it is old fashioned in theme. But not dated. The material which must have been quite bulky by the time Kaushik was done with shooting has been cut and pasted with restrained enthusiasm. What we have is a paper-thin, sometimes cute at times annoying rom-com where Destiny plays a pivotal part. Kiss-mat, anyone? Yup, intimacy is fugitive between Shahid and Kareena. But they nonetheless look like a real pair.
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Now & Later
Sex, politics and American culture are mixed into a combustible combination in Now Later. Angela (Shari Solanis) is an illegal Latina immigrant living in Los Angeles who stumbles across Bill (James Wortham), a disgraced banker on the run. She takes him in. Through passionate sex, soul-searching conversations ranging from politics to philosophy, and other worldly pleasures, Angela introduces Bill to another worldview. As their affair heats up, the course of Bills life begins to take an abrupt and unexpected turn.The film was conceived by the director in reaction to Americans penchant for violence in our culture and our puritanical censoring of anything involving sex. Familiar with philosopher Wilhelm Reichs notion that a sexually repressed society turns into a violent one, Diaz makes an unabashedly sexual yet cerebral film that challenges the perception that sex in media is harmful.
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