When a young female video editor loses her boyfriend in a car crash, she finds solace in watching video of him taken the night before he died. When he starts to communicate with her through that video, she must decide if he has broken through the barrier between this world and the next, or has she slipped off into madness.
- Stars:Elisabeth Röhm, Stacey Dash, Waylon Payne, Roma Maffia, Matthew Del Negro, Srikant Chellappa, Lily Rains, Griff Furst, Joel Lewis, David E. Webb, Annalise Basso, Jack Snyder, Daniel Byington, Susie Wall, Robert Nolan Clark,
- Director:Jack Snyder,
- Writer:James Dean Schulte, Jack Snyder, Srikant Chellappa
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(us) wrote: The Frozen: An ironic tale of survival begins when a couple of newbie campers get stranded in the wilderness and find themselves followed by a mysterious stranger. The meandering plot is often tedious, and the ending a knockoff, but surprisingly, it is still worth the wait, a far cry better than most low budget films. B-
(de) wrote: A Dutch film portraying a teenager's unanticipated involvement in trying to save a downed British pilot during World War II in Nazi occupied Holland. Beautifully photographed with some good scenes, although the story arc doesn't quite come together.
(mx) wrote: Often remembered as a classic in the underdog sports movie genre, Miracle doesn't stand the test of time. The movie not only feels incredibly dated, but the characters are not very relatable or likeable. Things just tend to happen, people say they learn things without really growing as characters, and then it's over. Do yourself a favor, if you're in the mood for an underdog sports movie watch something like Might Ducks or Remember the Titans, you'll have a much more memorable and enjoyable experience.
(au) wrote: I see it as a representation of the internal fight a person suffering from a mental illness goes through.
(mx) wrote: Runaway Bride (1999): At the time, the buzz was this being the first movie of Richard Gere and Julia Roberts since Pretty Woman. The movie has a simple, amusing plot in which a reporter (Gere) is sent to write a story about a woman (Roberts) who has always leave the would-be groom at the altar and never actually marrying anyone. Of course, we know where this is going and the fun is seeing the banter and chemistry between the two leads as they slowly fall for each other. Reuniting with them is their Pretty Woman director, Garry Marshall, a seasoned pro whose always delivers. It is unfair to compare this movie with the first, because while similar-they do have their own unique styles. As a bonus: watch Pretty Woman followed by this one. It will turn any date night into a something special night.
(kr) wrote: Holy steaming pile of trash. Johnny Be Good is really bad. Anthony Michael Hall had two films in the 80's that come to mind when it came to his attempt to escape the typecast role of the nerd. One was Out Of Bounds, which kind of worked, and the other is this, where he plays the jock type. However, his casting in this role is a big problem. Watching AMH in this role is like a guy trying to be somebody they're not. I suppose he gives his best shot at being a snarky jock football star, but no matter how you look at it, it's ill-suited and awkward. This is film is a comedy without the comedy, just tasteless humor or humor that is questionable at what it was really trying to do. You watch scenes, and sit there wondering "Was I suppose to laugh at this?" Johnny is an unlikeable character who has everything go his way and who acts sort of asshole-ish and cocky, and even his morale moments can't save his character. Robert Downey Jr. plays his most awkward role yet as the oddball friend who literally does NOTHING but spurt out odd phrases and bizarre stories that come off mentally absurd. Not even Paul Gleason can do enough, minus him smashing a water tank with his own hand which made me laugh. I get that the film exposes the absurdity of how far colleges will go to throw materialism at students to join their schools on football scholarships, but it amounts to nothing realistic and has no merit. It aims for laughs with some distasteful antics that go nowhere. I love 80's comedies, and I like AMH and Robert Downey Jr. (watch him in Back To School, plays a more likeable weirdo in that film), but this film was a stinker and could've killed his career. Stay away.
(ag) wrote: British doctor's week progressively gets worse after helping Paraguayan rebels with information to help them kidnap the American ambassador with hope he finds his imprisoned father. He ends up being shot in the head for his trouble but was interesting watching the noose tighten around his neck when the police get suspicious.
(au) wrote: One of the more messed-up '70s exploitation movies I've ever seen. Wildly uneven on every level, but has many moments of grindhouse greatness.