15 year-old Molly is top of her high school class. But nobody suspects that the model pupil earns her money at night: as a prostitute on Sunset Blvd. The well-organized separation of her two lives is shattered when two of her friends are slain by a serial killer. She's the only eye witness and becomes a target herself.
- Stars:Cliff Gorman, Susan Tyrrell, Dick Shawn, Rory Calhoun, Donna Wilkes, John Diehl, Elaine Giftos, Donna McDaniel, Graem McGavin, Mel Carter, Steven M. Porter, David Underwood, David Anthony, Joshua Cadman, Greg Lewis,
- Director:Robert Vincent O'Neill,
- Writer:Robert Vincent O'Neill, Joseph Michael Cala
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(ca) wrote: This movie. WAS. AWFUL!!!! It never slowed down.
(mx) wrote: A fascinating and compelling story which tells its tale masterfully.
(kr) wrote: Oh dear God, just as bad as Friedberg and Seltzer movies, lol
(es) wrote: i saw the first a long tme ago and it was good. dont think id take the time to sit and watch the second though...
(nl) wrote: I expected this film to be some flat, corny Hallmark-like production, but I was quite engrossed by it. Having read about a dozen books on the Amish, and seen several documentaries on the subject, and being highly sympathetic to their ways, I believe I have some understanding of their culture, and I didn't find anything in the film that I thought the Amish wouldn't do or should have done but didn't.The film is inspired by a true story, the killing of five Amish girls and the maiming of five more at a Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania schoolhouse, in October 2006. Though based on a non-fiction book by one of the most prolific Amish experts, Donald Kraybill's "Amish Grace: How Forgiveness Transcended Tragedy", the film is partly fictionalised, beginning with the protagonists, the fictional Graber family. I believe the screnwriters needed to create a "relatable" character, one that finds it hard to accept the Amish way of forgiveness, and introduced the issue of shunning, which is discussed in Kraybill's book, but may not have affected any of the real-life people involved in the tragedy.I thought the film was very moving without being manipulative, that it presented the issues fairly and without being preachy, and that as a whole, it was very well acted, even by the children. Also, it treats the main event in a very sober way, preferring not to show what took place in the schoolhouse (though we are told some of it by eyewitnesses) or any of the mangled bodies. The focus is on the emotional pain of the survivors, and their efforts to apply the Gospel teachings at such a trying time.I was also glad that the actresses did not wear too much make-up, as Amish women are not supposed to wear any. Lead actress Kimberly Williams-Paisley wears tons of it in most of the photographs you can find on the Internet, and she was much more restrained here. Actually, after seeing all these women with something close to their real faces, it is quite a shock to discover what they look like on most of their commercial photographs. It makes me respect the Amish even more for eschewing all that glitz.The journalist characters were a bit bland, especially the black cameraman, and I wouldn't have minded a slightly more naturalistic, slighly less romanticised depiction of the Amish, but so far, it is probably the best film I have seen this year.
(kr) wrote: FIRST IMPRESSIONS Test pilot Hal Jordan gets a power ring handed down to him by Abin Sur, a dying Green Lantern who's crash-landed on Earth, and is recruited to the Green Lantern Corps. He is taken under the wing of senior officer Sinestro, and they set out to find the truth of Abin Sur's death. This is more what the 2011 live-action "Green Lantern" should have been like. It doesn't try to cram three films' worth of material into one; it picks one plot and sticks to it. This allows for much more manageable pacing, meaning the film as a whole is a lot more fleshed out and so much more entertaining. The story itself is nothing really special, but it's still a terrifically fun adventure; every scene fits perfectly into place. Plus, Sinestro is one of the best villains ever: his motivation does almost get you on his side. There's really only one problem with the movie, and sadly it is kind of a big one: Hal Jordan himself is so depressingly bland. What especially bothered me was how, at the beginning, he just takes an alien encounter completely in stride; nothing about it fazes him! I think the movie really could have used some build-up where he gradually gets used to the ring. To sum it up, this isn't a great movie, but I didn't really expect it to be. I just wanted something better than the live-action movie, and I most certainly got that! :) My rating: 75%
(de) wrote: Deense cinema op z'n best!
(mx) wrote: Cool docu-drama come teen entrepreneurs hitting the football bug across america to eventually meet their hero. Well done
(kr) wrote: Lightweight biopic on a heavyweight subject. Not disappointing but not amazing.
(us) wrote: What a complete & utter waste of time, that was 90 mins of my life I'll never get back...
(fr) wrote: This movie is soooooo funny do watch it
(ca) wrote: 3/4/2017: An ok movie. Not many laugh out loud moments though. Wouldn't watch again.
(kr) wrote: Video game movies are never good, but this one is, by default, the best. Could've used an R rating, because, well, it's freaking Mortal Kombat, but it wasn't awful.
(nl) wrote: Anyone who has ever dreamed of being an astronaut as a little kid would love this documentary. I was not one of those kids, but I enjoyed this.
(nl) wrote: Exhilarating revenge flick has disgraced ex-cop returning home but harrassed and pushed too far by the locals. Many of town's young adult male demographic is wiped out in the bloody confrontation; some only lose limbs. An absolute triumph for Italian films.
(us) wrote: Produced and directed by Pete Walker, who did a lot of naughty horror films in the 1970's, mainly ones with more sex than scares, he turned out this really nasty and disturbing one. But it's a social commentary on the rise of moral guardians like Mary Whitehouse, and it shows what could happen if people like her got their way. It makes for uncomfortable viewing. It begins when model Anne-Marie Devernay (Penny Irving) meets the mysterious Mark E. Dessart (Robert Tayman) at a party, and they begin a relationship and Mark takes Anne-Marie to meet his parents. But, it turns into a nightmare when it's revealed that Anne-Marie has been thrown into a correctional facility, ran by the elderly and near-senile Justice Bailey (Patrick Barr) and warden Mrs. Wakehurst (Barbara Markham), who run their own prison for those who have escaped justice. There's other girls in there, being tortured by Bates (Dorothy Gordon) and Walker (Sheila Keith). But, it's not long before Anne-Marie's flatmate Julie (Ann Michelle) and her boyfriend Tony (Ray Brooks) are out looking for her, but Anne-Marie manages to escape, but not before Mrs. Wakehurst starts to lose her mind with power. This film is a warning of why moral guardians should never get their way, you could imagine those horrible people doing stuff like this. It's a very nasty film, and director Pete Walker had his fingers on the pulse of moral panics the UK at that time, and he was bang on the money.
(us) wrote: A melodramatic epic romp through turn of the century England. We kick it off on the New Year's Eve that kicks off the Bohr War. We're effected by the Titanic, the Lindberghs, the death of Queen Victoria and conclusion of the first World War. The film is decidedly anti-war, avoiding any of the complexs politics that may have led to some conflict, and instead focuses on quick shots of soldiers falling down and landscapes of military graves. The lead is the matriarch of the well-to-do family at the center of the story. I've seen Dinana Wynyard before and remembered liking her. She's absolutely awful here, though. Constantly crying. There's not much of a point to the film. Just vignettes of pieces of history at a time when people hung out in the drawing room in their formal attire. A couple of surprising pieces include allusions tp premarital sex, premarital pregnancy, drug use and maybe even a gay upper crust of society. I always find these things interesting for 1933 movies. A good half star added for an awesome performance of "20th Century Blues" by the beautiful Ursula Jeans.
(es) wrote: A story of lost love and lustful sex disguised as romance, Mackenzie does not aim to please in the conventional sense with his uneasy work in Young Adam, an adaptation of Alexander Trochi's debut novel. Its representation of a marginalised life widely lacks embellishments and this approach very often makes film feel nothing but uncomfortable and cold. Yet, it still feels daring and ambitious in its brutal dealing with themes of deep internal conflicts, and Ewan McGregor's performance figures among his personal best.
(fr) wrote: The poster is in clear violation of the film's actual content, but not by much. Allen's career was in the dredges at this point, so its OK that one of his crummy late-90's/early-00's films is weak but not terrible. The acting is fine and the messages are clear. But, really, it suffers from being just like Allen's other movies about the same subject, only this time it has Biggs playing Allen's role and Ricci playing Keaton's.