Two separate but interweaving stories of the moral choices made in crumbling marriages and marital infidelity are presented. An ophthalmologist's mistress threatens to reveal their affair to his wife, while a married documentary filmmaker is infatuated by another woman. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Crimes and Misdemeanors
An ophthalmologist's mistress threatens to reveal their affair to his wife, while a married documentary filmmaker is infatuated by another woman.
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Chris S (us) wrote: Level Up: The Movie is a live-action fantasy comedy made-for-tv movie that aired on Cartoon Network and served as a pilot to the currently airing "Level Up" TV series. The movie revolves around the MMORPG Mandark: The Conqueror of Worlds . Wyatt (Gaelan Connell) plays as Black Death and leads the clan known as Neverfail. Rounding out the team is Dante (Connor Del Rio) as Sir Bickle and Lyle (Jessie Usher) as Wizza. The three of them inadvertently tear down the firewall to allow Mandark to unleash his henchmen into the real world. Now as creatures from the game begin wreaking havoc in their town, it's up to Neverfail to save the world from Mandark's forthcoming domination whether they're up for the task or not.I love Cartoon Network. I really do. Animated films and TV shows will always be a huge part of my life. With that said, I think everybody died a little inside when Cartoon Network started showing live-action programming. But the same argument can be made for MTV never showing music videos anymore. I'm a big supporter of both "Adventure Time" and "Regular Show," but "Level Up" just seemed lame based on its promos.The concept for the movie is pretty solid; a video game villain finding a way to become reality and attempting world domination by sending a rogue's gallery of monsters doesn't sound so bad. Anything that exists in this virtual world has been given a gateway to exist in ours. It's the execution that's the problem. The movie is bogged down by really lame one-liners, corny dialogue, ripped off slogans from video games, TV shows, and movies that you love, and bad acting.The special effects jump back and forth from being semi-decent to really terrible. The lighting effects are pretty spot-on like whenever the portal is opened or whenever Lyle casts a spell. The make-up effects aren't always awful either. Sprague is probably the best looking thing in the movie. But the low budget for the movie is felt more often than not. CG characters don't look so hot in the real world and every one of their weapons looks like a toy bought off of the clearance aisle at Big Lots.The greatest part of the movie is when pop-up ads start jumping into the real world. It's pulled off pretty well and actually feels fairly original. Once you see Mandark in full make-up though and the way he's basically a cheap imitation of Megamind without being blue, it sours anything that may have once been redeemable.Level Up: The Movie is like if "Xena: Warrior Princess" or "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys" fused with The World of Warcraft episode of "South Park" and produced a PG version that was suitable for kids. The effects are mostly very bad, the humor is juvenile, and the acting makes you groan when it's at its best. But I'm also not the demographic Level Up is aimed towards. While it's probably entertaining for kids, Level Up will have adults watching the family pet lick itself as an alternate and more pleasing form of entertainment.
Frost M (ca) wrote: Over the top gory action and a little humour and horror along the way makes this zombie flick a fan favorite for both zombie fans and casual fans.
Marisa D (ru) wrote: this movie, not impressed, felt like i wasted my time, nigga... they used nigga in like every friggan sentence, did not live up to the Belly title like the last one
Rob P (gb) wrote: Slow and i've seen it all done before
Juli R (gb) wrote: I liked it. But too much Dakota Fanning, not enough Kristen Stewart.
Rebekah L (kr) wrote: great movie and a hott guy too!!!!
Gary I (au) wrote: How many more fucking Christ movies are goin to me made before he comes? Think he wants to see himself nailed to a cross? I do NOT.
Private U (es) wrote: this ius a really bad cheesey film that has no more than 10 actors in it and it says in one building, if you like cheesey films like me then i would say you may want to see it but dont buy it
Shivani B (jp) wrote: good story line. songs weren't all that hot.
Issac L (de) wrote: I don't want to be slanted towards any film labelled awards-crowned, which would be a surefire guarantee that it is better than average, even though it stars one of my all-time favorite actresses Dame Judi Dench and it is one of her premier glare. HMMB is a British period film from John Madden (whose SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE 1998 would upset the Oscar ceremony in 1999 and honor Ms. Dench's a golden naked man for best supporting actress), wrestling with a solemn relationship/friendship between Queen Victoria and her staunch servant John Brown, a royal entanglement which almost hamper the monarchy in UK history. It is perplexing to tell the narrative's dependability because Brown's diary has never been found, thus the film uses a mediocre approach to meticulously organize its contentious subject matter in a tenable and restrained patterns, the interaction between Queen Victoria and Mr. Brown is not as ample as one had anticipated, a bonafide friendship never really sensed throughout the entire round, also the screen time of Dame Dench is curbed into sundry fragmentary montages, the sparkle of a two-hander abates slowly and the final showdown has been sketched into a intensive but abrupt manifestation. Ms. Dench rocks in her queenly selfhood, an inscrutably stately potency exuding from every scene she is in and Billy Connolly is not shied away from his zany and inflammable character, a tad hard to swallow but at least spiritually admirable. All in all, the film has extracted a disreputable scandal from the British history and transformed it to an over-cautious biography which shows that it is as bland as the director's emblematic signature of his works.
Private U (kr) wrote: I didn't know there was a move...!
Antonio G (ru) wrote: Donnie Darko Is a complex movie, that keep you entertaining trought all the time and leave you in shock with the final scene.
Nicholas G (ca) wrote: Limitless has such a clever idea and talented cast that it should have been a much better movie. I would recommend this movie because the premise to me felt different and interesting I just wish it was a better movie.
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