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Emmanuelle the Private Collection: Jesse's Secret Desires
Lawyer Jessie Lynn Morgan, line of work, dealing with the dregs of society and who got in trouble people, all of a sudden began to feel symptoms of a strange excitement associated with ...
- Stars:Larisa Oleynik, Sarah Thompson, Jennifer Hall, Sara Jane Nash, Corri English, Devon Gummersall, Jonathan Murphy, Jason George, Michael Gross, Natasja Vermeer, Beverly Lynne, Sherry Zerwin, Sid Stratton, Josh Henry, Celeste Wayne, Sam Moyer, Drew Thomas, Laura A., Tais Ferrari, Florentina Alecu, Gabriela Pena, Aurelian Ciocîrlie,
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Michael M (us) wrote: A must see. A truly courageous effort by the filmmakers to uncover the many violations being committed by BP and shed light on this travesty.
Anand K (it) wrote: note to hollywood: political correctness does not equal good movie. usually the opposite.
Ole J (au) wrote: Well with Steve Talley as the main man, I should have guessed that this was going to be a great movie.It does (as always in these kind of teenage flicks) have a lot of bare breast, corny lines/remarks and a plot that is well a bit lame.It does have its moments, but really Talley, you can do better.
LUIS D (mx) wrote: Much better than the first but still weak but it feels more emotional
Joe X (ag) wrote: (Not the story of Scottish ex-Newcastle winger) Intriguing true story of young star journo who cheats the fact-checking system.BUT Anakin Skywalker does his level best to be the shittest actor in the galaxy, luckily Peter Sarsgaard was on hand.
Andrew M (jp) wrote: If it wasn't evident enough that the Rocky franchise was running out of ideas with Rocky III, Rocky IV completely seals the deal. Like that preceding film, it's evident from the get-go that something's off here: following his win over Clubber Lang, Rocky is at home celebrating Paulie's birthday by gifting him with a robot servant. The film as a whole, once again written and directed by Sylvester Stallone, makes a lot of strange decisions like this, and just seems to lack the soul of the other films. It's the shortest film in the franchise, running just 91 minutes, but spends a baffling amount of time on montages. Training montages are to be expected - this is the Rocky franchise, after all - but one particular montage midway through the film that recounts the previous three films is overly long and doesn't really have the emotional impact it should. The training montages, especially the one that leads into the climactic final fight, are solid itself, but there's something completely off-putting about a big montage sequence that doesn't culminate in a rendition of "Gonna Fly Now." Vince DiCola is called in to take the music duties from Bill Conti, and the lack of the latter certainly shows.As a result of this strange storytelling choice, Rocky IV completely lacks the one thing that defines the franchise: the character moments and growth of the protagonist. This is the first time Rocky has really gone nowhere as a character. In the past, he's dealt with overcoming the odds and living up to his personal goals, living in a world he wasn't truly prepared for, and having to find his passion when it's lost, but despite a major plot point at the film's midpoint, Rocky IV lacks a similar theme. His only goal here is to defeat another seemingly unbeatable heavyweight opponent, and that's disappointing. If there's one thing that keeps this from being a complete flop for the series, it's the thing the series has always handled well: the final fight. Dolph Lundgren's Ivan Drago makes for a compelling opponent for Balboa, and seeing him endure round after round has that Rocky spirit that the rest of the film lacks.
Michael K (ag) wrote: I have this as disc 3 in my 5 disc version of the 1990 Dick Tracy movie!