Before the body-threatening antics of Jackass came crashing into public consciousness, there was Ontario's Ralph Zavadil, aka Cap'n Video, who cascaded off roofs into snowbanks, jumped off ladders into half-empty swimming pools, and drank eggs through his nostrils. Beauty Day is a rambunctious documentary about this irrepressible pioneer of local-access cable shenanigans who entertained and outraged viewers in the small city of St. Catharines-until a special Easter Show, featuring a fat rabbit and adorable puppies (none of which were hurt), got him kicked off the air for good. With a nod to Werner Herzog, Cheel follows the life and times of Cap'n Video and finds that the Cap'n is still quite a firecracker. Written by Laurence Kardish
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Drew S (ca) wrote: This & the signal are the the Stuart of 2014 with just great films...I don't know what your doing though? I have told you Time after time that I'm 27yrs old in a wheelchair 4 life had a Spinal cord & Brain injury playing at UNL? All of these movies have been out since the beginning of Augest...that's all I do is look FWD to New releases online! I honestly get it with just On demand right now. Can you just send me some new releases PLEAUSE? X-Men, planet of the Apes, edge of tomorrow of Deliver Us From Evil?? I'll take panic button or Skin-watchers even!
D M (nl) wrote: A group of friends in their early 30s take a boy's weekend to the countryside in order to help their buddy cope with his depression due to a divorce. The town they pick to relax in is infested with women who have been infected with a virus which turns them into mega tumblr SJW misandrists who look to feast on men. The men battle the bitches with improvised weapons as they try to find a way out of town. Pretty funny, some scares, with over-the-top gore.
David J (us) wrote: i liked the point of this movie, but was slightly irritated to have to sit through two hours of mostly unlikable people making poor choices to get there...still it was well made and different from most stuff....however i greatly prefer Hong's "The Power of Kangwon Province", or "Virgin Stripped Bare By Her Bachelors" to this.
Tyler S (us) wrote: Night at the Musuem features Ben Stiller and some of his best work.I really enjoyed the fun animation of this film, and thought Robin Williams as Teddy Roosevelt was pretty cool. However with that being said, it's really too silly to give this a high level of consideration. The animation was top quality, but the silly plot with the guards was too much for me.There are eye roller movies that you can ignore because they were so damn good, this wasn't one of them.That being said I did enjoy parts of the movie, especially Stillers interactions with all of the crazy quirky characters.
Nguyen Thuy H (au) wrote: Right from the shot of Lizzie plunging herself onto the sea waves, I can sense the underlying theme of individual existence. And it's true. What the film presents was that, despite love and friendship, our sufferings, our struggles for survival are essentially individual. That the film's characters are perfectly well-mannered and considerate only adds terror to this chilling message. Of course, there is always someone surviving, and I am wondering whether the identity of the survivor is meant to represent something political.
Vincent R (nl) wrote: Robert Rodriguez delivers a gem diamond in Sin City! Adapted by Frank Miller and he also directs. With a speacial co directer Quentin Tarintino. Mickey Rourke delivers one of the best and most bad ass characters ever as Marve. And Bruce Willis as Hartigan isn't far off. Bencio Del Toro also delivers as Jackie Boy. And the whole cast is amazing also! The best movie of 2005 by far!!! Sin City is to good!!!
kaylee d (de) wrote: i love charlie hunnam so hot but she killed him how can u can someone that hot its just not right
Robert B (it) wrote: Return to Me (Bonnie Hunt, 2000)[originally posted 10Apr2000]Another thoroughly excellent movie. This has been a good movie year so far, or else I've just gotten really, really lucky with my choices. Bonnie Hunt wrote, produced, directed, and played a supporting role in this fifties movie translated with a nineties sensibility.Bob Rueland (Kalifornia's David Duchovny) is a widower who meets, and immediately falls in love with, Grace Briggs (Good Will Hunting's Minnie Driver), his waitress while he's on a blind date with possibly the most obnoxious woman ever to grace a film screen (played to the hilt by Holly Wortell, last seen in The Bonnie Hunt Show). And yes, I do remember Sandra Bernhard's aborted (thankfully) film career when I say that.Much of the movie's brilliance lies solidly in the fact that it IS a plot, and a pacing, straight out of the days when Jimmy Stewart and Mickey Rooney were playing romantic leads. It won't work if you really can't see Duchovny and Driver dating for so many months without jumping into bed, but both of them are quite capable of pulling it off, and they do with great style. Adding to the atmosphere is a wonderful ensemble cast, with Hunt and James Belushi as Diver's best friends, and Carroll O'Connor as her grandfather, half-owner (with Robert Loggia) of Chicago's only Irish-Italian restaurant.It's wonderful. Go see it. Take female friends if you feel odd walking into a chick flick. **** 1/2
Sarah F (it) wrote: I wonder what this is about, i think ill see it!
Jolie C (it) wrote: Alot of bump and grinding go on in aerobics class. Jamie Lee Curtis was hot in this one!
Patrick R (de) wrote: Louise (played by the ille-fated Pascale Ogier who died of a heart attack a short time after this film was released) is catnip for the many men in her life, and she likes the fluidity of things. She should be irritating as someone to spend an hour and a half of a movie with, but there's an edge of wistfulness to her self-centeredness.
Tim S (jp) wrote: The full-on action sequel to "Mad Max". With supplies of petroleum nearly exhausted in the near future following a major energy crisis and a global war. Since the deaths of his wife and child, ex-Main Force Patrol officer "Mad" Max Rockatansky (Gibson) now roams the depopulated and desolate desert in his scarred, black supercharged V-8 Pursuit Special, scavenging for food, water, and fuel.
scott j (ru) wrote: meh! it was okay i mean it was nothing special
Shirley P (ru) wrote: I really want to see it again