An imaginative teenage girl, living in a mystical and dangerous community built on a deserted drive-in movie lot along the Texas/Oklahoma border, struggles to realize her potential, and escape the world she was born into. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Angels in Stardust
An imaginative teenage girl, living in a mystical and dangerous community built on a deserted drive-in movie lot along the Texas/Oklahoma border, struggles to realize her potential, and escape the world she was born into.
- Stars:Oliver Ackland, Adelaide Clemens, Alex Russell, Patrick Cullen, Rhondda Findleton, Georgina Haig, Geraldine Hakewill, T.J. Power, Tom Stokes, Kym Thorne, Daniel Buckle, Nathan Coenen, Alicia Silverstone, Billy Burke, AJ Michalka, Amelia Rose Blaire, Chandler Massey, Jeannetta Arnette, Tyler Riggs, Elizabeth Bond, Michael Spears, Sierra Fisk, Darin Heames, Dennis Cockrum, Sydney Sweeney, John Lacy, Adam Cagley,
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John H (au) wrote: Nicely done family drama set in Northern New Mexico. The focus is on the lack of communication between family members, due to prid e, shame or just plain Machismo. Sure, the film trots out some familiar cliches
Matt T (ca) wrote: Being Julia is the 20th movie starring Annette Bening I watched on DVD and thus far I loved every one of them, but this one absolutely blew my mind! Six stars.
Ash J (br) wrote: Worthless sequel to a fairly decent film.
Alyan H (ca) wrote: one of the best 90's films ever
Bertrand L (es) wrote: Brilliant. Pretty much the same cast as in the Barbarian invasions quite a few years later.
Kristine H (us) wrote: Isabelle Blais est excellente. J'm'attendais pas a autant de nudite... ce n'est jamais sans point mais quand meme un peut trop. Surtout la scene au tout debut du film. L'histoire est tres bonne et bien developpee. Ca traite d'un sujet pas mal lourd mais est tres bien realise.
Jared L (au) wrote: not as good as the first one but still good
Tony P (us) wrote: Roger Moore makes his debut as suave secret agent James Bond 007 and suave he is in reality!He also brings an element of light hearted humour to the role compared to past actor Sean Connery.In this adventure Moore fights heroin drug barons in the Caribbean. Along the way the audience is introduced to peripheral characters of interest M and Moneypenny who finds Bond in a compromising situation with an Italian conquest! American sequences in New York feature.A young Jane Seymour is the major love interest. The films title song is one if not the series best. Paul McCartney and Wings.The soundtrack composed by George Martin.An excellent debut from Sir Roger in the first of his seven. Yes seven efforts.
Zoey P (ag) wrote: Whether or not you think this is a good movie depends on the lens through which you look at it. I don't know much about the politics discussed in the film so maybe through that lens it's bad, but I think "La Chinoise" is a great exploration into "the reality of the reflection." It asks questions such as: where does believing end and acting begin? How do we create the identity that we present to others, and what contributes to that? It also made me think about identity and reality tv, because we are always aware that the characters know they are being filmed and we see them being filmed. All of this makes for a great first 45 minutes or so. However, when the movie tries to have a sort of plot (the assination, ect) towards the end, it fails. A movie worth watching as a nontraditional, Godardian character study. NOT a good intro to Godard AT ALL, don't see this until you've seen his pre-1965 movies.
Pamela D (ru) wrote: The book had a lot more to say about issues of class. The movie plot is a minor aspect of the novel. Still, Segal really captures the main character, and this is the most unique of the S. Pacific POW Concentration camp movies.
Johnny L (au) wrote: It kicks off really nicely with classic Jack Black humor, but the story really fizzles as it drags on.
Shawn S (nl) wrote: This has lots of great action and a fun, interesting story. Wesley Snipes plays a great villain.
Tara V (ca) wrote: Danny Peary's book Cult Movies makes these points:-kung fu pics took a position in reaction to Communist Chinese film narratives: "Chinese of same social standing - but of different martial arts schools - fighting one another; with heroes working individually to defeat a villain who does not represent an oppressive government... but is a a gangster, racketeer, and a murderer, whom the government has no love for either."-the flaws in the film: Lee unhappily departed from his trademark (i.e.taking the side of the little guy) to be a James Bond figure; inconsistencies in the story; no time element.-what sets Lee apart from other 'chop socky' stars: no root philosophical base, own stunts. And oh yeah, Lee is "the most charismatic sexual film personality of the period". The film objectifies his body and makes sexual metaphors about him.
Markus T (kr) wrote: Simple, elegant, and self-contained. The chemistry between the actors is among the best I've seen in the MCU, the comedy and quips fits really well, and the rest of the movie is easy to follow - even for those of us that has zero interest in comic books. The soundtrack by Ramin Djawadi is fine, but is underutilized by director Jon Favreau. The movie has it's problems in the third act with the villain and the fight itself, but a charismatic lead in Robert Downey jr. and great acting from everyone involved makes this one of - if not the best MCU movie to date.
Kay L (mx) wrote: I'm sorry, why were people seeing this and raving about it? Says nothing new. I confirmed that I would get kicked out of a strip club for laughing.This movie was way way too long.
Caleb M (mx) wrote: What Obsession is to Vertigo, Malice is to Obsession. Malice has more twists than both those previous films combined, but it misses the mark on just how to fully make sense of them. Really though, that doesn't matter if the atmosphere is right. Both Vertigo and Obsession had an odd, unique aura about them that made them compelling viewing even when their plots spiraled too fast for comprehension at times (De Palma's Femme Fatale was an even better attempt at capturing that feeling). Malice doesn't quite have that atmosphere. It's there, it's just that the actual plot takes up a third or less of the screen time, and we're left with Bill Pullman's Andy as a protagonist who takes forever to realize what he's gotten into. Still, the film is filled with so many twists and tense moments that even though I was a step ahead of Andy, there was still two characters I wasn't: Kidman's Tracy and Baldwin's Dr. Jed Hill. The film really does pick up in the last ten minutes or so, and the twists come fast and hard. Too bad Baldwin doesn't have a larger role, as he gives the most entertainingly compelling performance. Kidman just comes off as too evil by the end, and Pullman is such a rube that he almost seems stupid, if he weren't just a rube. Still, having such interesting plots lines as Dr. Hill's is part of what makes Malice fun.
Ben F (de) wrote: CLASSIC!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Shane H (mx) wrote: Let's not talk about the ending, and say we did.