I Am Nancy
In the autobiographical I AM NANCY, the focus is squarely on Heather Langenkamp and her unique experience playing Wes Craven's legendary teen heroine Nancy Thompson. With tongue planted firmly in cheek, Heather asks the burning question: "Why Freddymania, and not Nancymania?" After personally experiencing the Freddy Krueger marketing craze, the rise of horror convention fandom and the phenomenon of eight Nightmare On Elm Street films, Heather reflects on the relevance of heroes in this modern age of monster lovers. Prepare to put yourself in Nancy's shoes and think about Elm Street in a whole new way.
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(de) wrote: "The Edge of Seventeen" doesn't break new ground in the coming-of-age teen dramedy, but it is a solid take on that kind of film, and it has a likable lead performance from Hailee Steinfeld, who carries the film past the areas where the film could feel too generic...though it adds some new bits to the mixture that work well too. A modern John Hughes' type of film.
(ag) wrote: Good stuff. Just as good as part 1
(ru) wrote: There are alot of movies like this, and while I do not deny this was well acted and emotional, it just did nothing for me entertainment wise. I liked the juxtaposition of their lives, and the cast was amazing. A moving movie that was average overall.
(es) wrote: A good action flick!
(nl) wrote: It had an interesting concept, but after going into the rest of the film and seeing where it's headed, Case 39 is a complete failure followed by underwhelmed performances and complete lack of originality and scares.
(ag) wrote: A decent little Indy film, but nothing to rush out to rent.
(nl) wrote: This film got me into Lady death! I need to read the comic.. It wasn't to bad I thought!
(ca) wrote: Bernardo Bertolucci's lavish visual ballet of awkward body language that features little dialogue and intense emotion.
(au) wrote: Directed by Norman Jewison, (In the Heat of the Night (1967), The Thomas Crown Affair (1968) and Fiddler on the Roof (1971)), this legal drama was written by then husband and wife writing team Valerie Curtin and Barry Levinson. It does feel a bit dated now, (the music and fashions do look and sound suspect now), but it has some brilliant performances throughout and a very well written screenplay. In Baltimore, defence attorney Arthur Kirkland (Al Pacino) has had a fierce rivarly with Judge Henry T. Fleming (John Forsythe), who refuses to reopen a case regarding Kirkland's client Jeff McCullaugh (Thomas G. Waites), who was sent to jail for a minor traffic offense. Kirkland's life is in disarray at the time, his grandfather Sam (Lee Strasberg) is going senile, while his legal partner Jay Porter (Jeffrey Tambor) goes mad after a client he got off murders someone. Then, Kirkland is told that Fleming has been arrested for rape, and Fleming wants Kirkland to represent him. Kirkland is now stuck between a rock and a hard place, then he hears something shocking. Jewison gets the best out of his cast, and it does have some very offbeat characters, including a young Tambor, and Pacino turns in another powerhouse performance as a man stuck between doing whats right and what's legal. It's a product of it's time, but it's also a good timepiece of the legal process in the late 1970's.
(nl) wrote: Exellent Gangster Drama starring the Great Paul Muni!!! An Shocking Statement against Goverments and their Unfair Laws, Ruthless Law Enforcements, The Medieval Chain Gang's from the South and the Distress of The Great Depression!!! Perfect Cinematography!!! Superb Acting!!! Bombastic Soundtrack!!!
(nl) wrote: Sidney Lumet directs Al Pacino in Dog Day Afternoon: a riveting crime drama with a simple, but exciting premise