Demon Exorcism: The Devil Inside Maxwell Bastas
Maxwell Bastas is consumed by anger it starts to consume his soul until he realizes he is grappling with demons.
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Andy P (ru) wrote: Absurdly childish, embrassingly unfunny and not half as risqu as it thinks it is, Woody Allen's feature length series of sex vignettes isn't so much full of good jokes as much as it is one.
Antwon B (au) wrote: I really enjoyed this film! Al Pacino plays a criminal recently released from prison. Chris Walken plays his buddy who goes to the prison to take Al home. Little does Al know is that his buddy Chris, has made a promise to kill Al upon his release from prison because Al killed a crime boss only son. These guys are old school crooks. They come from a time when criminals had some measure of integrity. Alan Arkin also plays an associate and the getaway driver for Al's crew. He was my favorite character. Even though these guys are old men, it's clearly established that these guys are ruthless and dangerous. And this is the last Harrah for these old school gangsters! While watching this film, I thought about the past glories of these actors, Al Pacino in Scarface and Dog Day Afternoon. And Christopher Walken in the Dogs of War and the Deer Hunter. And Alan Arkin, The Rocketeer and Gattaca.I realized that the best days are behind these guys, and by default, they realized it as well. Don't listen to the bad reviews, because there are plenty but enjoy the final journey with these old school criminals.
Richard G (us) wrote: I don't know how I missed this Sci-Fi "B" gem. It's obviously a variation on the Beowulf story -- as there are way too many parallels! Forget the critics on this one -- load up your drinking horn with meade ale and your bowl with organic popcorn soaked with grass-fed butter and dusted with engevita and enjoy the show!
jonah o (au) wrote: The was a wonderful, moving, and fun film on ballroom dance and young kids. Loved it.
Kevin W (nl) wrote: A really fun film. A dark comedy that makes you want to be a part of this family from the quirky charm that each character has, especially Song Kang Ho. Really great to see two of my favourite Korean actors in the same film, Song and Choi Min Sik. Not hilarious, but offbeat and fun.
Pascal B (ag) wrote: la face cache de la Cour... trs intressant, probablement vrai et magistralement interprt !
Victoria H (au) wrote: SHIRLEY OWNS this film. I was surprised to see F. WILLIAM PARKER, from Rockford, Illinois little theater. He played the father, I think in the Fantasticks, and I could be mixed up, I know he had voice coaching, sang, in "The Rainmaker" also, further confusion regarding plays F.WILLIAM PARKER was in at Rockford Little Theater, where I worked on costumes and sets and props with Raymond Schulz, my son, Sky Schulz's father. F. WILLIAM PARKER left for movies, and got work. I remember a "Laverne & Shirley" & "Happy Days" combined story that he played in, then saw him in a commercial for an ice cream sauce, poured over ice cream, hardened, tasty....He was in "The Wedding Planner" with Jennifer Lopez, and several other films, always a character actor, but kept working for many years. I wonder if he is still alive, someone who followed his dream. Ron Huffman, also from Rockford, came from Broadway to play a part in that show, just for a couple performances. His folks had a dry cleaning business in town