Burn 'Em Up Barnes
Marjorie Temple, owner of a bus line and an apparently worthless plot of land, is set upon by rich oil speculators who know her land actually is worth millions. When they try to put her out of business for good, young race driver Burn 'em Up Barnes comes to her rescue - again and again and again.
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(gb) wrote: Compound FractureWe find a couple stranded on the side of the road having to fix more than just their busted up mode of transportation; something is amiss between the occupants. Maybe it's the rebellious teenager who seems to be seeing and hearing things in the woods? Maybe it's the conflict of the couple busy debating family problems? Or is it the reluctance that someone doesn't want to visit his father? Maybe it is a little bit of everything. The movie raises the curiosity bar with every change of scenery as we follow this estranged trio into the family "compound" that has many evil roots. Somewhere paranormal activities and ritual folklore, this movie is not the blood and guts thrasher that I expected. Tyler Mane, Muse Watson and Derek Mears have huge fan bases in their respectable careers, but it was a fresh departure to step away from the hack and slash for a few hours. I don't recall seeing a rating review on the opening screen, but a stiff PG-13 (language, few violent images, minimal blood) will likely follow up here. Written by Renae Geerlings and acted very well in her role, the writer taps into many realms of folklore about family bonds, ritualistic imagery and vengeance in a dance between iconic horror greats who have to tap themselves into fulfilling roles without masks. Toss in a couple of on screen murders, add some cool ritual special effects (not CGI), put in place an actual plot about solving their dilemma, and have a satisfying ending (or is it? I could write a sequel to this movie) and you get to walk out of the theatre with a sense of satisfaction. Seeming to thread the fabric between horror and mystery, the film concluded with bringing the family closure while shedding the demons that try to stake hold in the family claim at the compound. 4 out of 5 stars for my review of the debut production from Mane Entertainment.
(it) wrote: By far the most realistic Studio Ghibli movie I've seen. This movie has nearly endless side plots because of its setting that takes place where many people live and many people know each other, you can get a feel for every character that speaks in this movie. Despite that, there are two main plots in this movie that kept me interested. One was the school having a boy exclusive club house that is decades, or even centuries old, but when there is speak of the building being demolished, the boys and girls of the school team up to clean and fix up the entire building head to to toe inside an out to keep it from being destroyed. The other plot I kept of focusing on in this movie was that the main character falls in love with a boy who, after miscommunications and adoptions while an infant, is confused as to who his real father is and him and the girl begin to believe that they are actually brother and sister, and figure out rather or not that's true and believe me when I tell you that it's a tad bit cute. I didn't find this movie as exiting, or immersive as the other Studio Ghibli movies I've seen, but it's defiantly worth a rent, or something to watch with a girlfriend. For those of you who are interested in testosterone pumped movies with frequent explosions, this isn't where you should be looking. Not my favorite Ghibli movies by any means, but still something I suggest you see if you can get your hands on it with some pocket change.
(br) wrote: Well... it sure is bizarre. As much as I love anthology movies, this movie was okay. The first segment, "Mother of Toads" was very, very strange. I didn't really like it all that much. The next segment, "I Love You" is pretty boring at first, but had a pretty strange twist and a well done ending. "Wet Dreams" is a weird ass Tom Savini segment that involves a lot of penis mutilation, and overall was really messed up... but it gets worse on the cringe scenes. "Vision Stains" involves a lot of needle in a certain area (trying to not spoil) scenes that are really gross. "Sweets" was a really good segment about a fat man's weird fetishes. Although one of my friends kept saying, "When is this gonna end?" I enjoyed the film... for the most part.
(de) wrote: It's a good film with great intentions. It's wildly overdone, however. The acting was good for the roles and to play the parts. A lot of mistruth in the story to make the Hollywood movie work. I defiantly liked the film though.
(nl) wrote: OK, kind of a gayer version of, say, The Breakfast Club (if you can imagine that.)
(kr) wrote: Dans le genre (comdie romantique) Notting Hill est pas bien loin de la perfection. Ce film trne au sommet avec When Harry met Sally. Tout y fonctionne. On croit au personnage du commun des mortels jou par Hugh Grant, comme on croit au personnage de la mga-star jou par Julia Roberts (un peu elle-mme finalement). On passe habillement de l'humour aux motions dans un ralisation habile et inventive de Roger Michell (la scne o les saisons dfilent sur la musique de Ain't no Sunshine est un chef-d'oeuvre).... J'y craque chaque fois.
(mx) wrote: Not as strong as GoldenEye but with some very strong action sequences you can thank your lucky stars it's not Die Another Day.
(mx) wrote: Zombieland is everything I wanted it to be. Hilarious and action packed and with an amazing cameo, this is probably my favorite zombie movie to date.