Cookies & Cream
A racially mixed single mother accepts an amateur porn gig to take care of her daughter and herself.
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Godfrey A (fr) wrote: Yet another masterpiece from Yoji Yamada! Movie made me shed some tears twice!
jasmine k (fr) wrote: Aamir Khan is great!
Jonny P (fr) wrote: "Quiz Show" provides interesting insight into the Twenty One quiz show scandal that occurred in the 1950's. Director Robert Redford's recreation dramatizes these events and preserves the simplicity of this time period for the next generation. We have seen a renaissance of game shows thanks to the "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire" phenomenon and the subsequent rise of reality-based programming, but "Quiz Show" captures the fascination with trivia and knowledge in pre-Google America. It also transports us into a time of morality where the idea of a reality show being scripted or rigged was foreign to trusting audiences. The film itself moves fairly slow but it builds enough curiosity about the story's resolution that we anxiously anticipate the ending. The best part of this film is John Turturro. He often plays character roles which makes him perfect as Herb Stempel. It would be easy to look like a bad actor in this purposely mundane role but Turturro's unique voice and appearance make the character interesting while the delivery is appropriately boring. Ironically, Ralph Fiennes plays a slightly more interesting character but his delivery comes off as boring. Rob Morrow brings the necessary energy to the detective role to advance the film and Christopher McDonald has the right look to be a game show host. The film earned several Oscar nominations including Best Picture and Best Supporting Actor for Paul Scofield, though the latter is more likely based on his reputation than his actual performance. Overall, I don't see "Quiz Show" as a film worthy to be represented at the Oscars but I appreciate the story and the preservation of this important television scandal.
Louis M (ca) wrote: Great and full of action Darkman is a terrific film.
Paul D (nl) wrote: The similarities with King Kong are obvious, but there is plenty of other likeable elements to this move. The animation is distinctive Harryhausen, the mish-mash of genres has a charm to it.
Adam R (nl) wrote: (First and only viewing - 1/31/2011)
Russ B (it) wrote: 9/26/2016: It was ok at best. There were a few funny moments, but I was expecting more considering the cast.
Mike W (nl) wrote: Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson have done it again.
Chrissy B (us) wrote: Not only does Hoult portray a believably conflicted zombie, but Palmer does an equally exceptional job as the brave yet pleasantly candid female lead. This film has underlying tones of an independent picture for young adults, following along the lines of other pieces such as (500) Days of Summer and The Spectacular Now. It is visually stunning, with an intrinsic soundtrack to accompany it. Definitely worth a watch, even if zombie flicks aren't usually something you can stomach.