Jimmy's End

Jimmy's End

A short film written by comics great Alan Moore, Jimmy's End is a Lynchian noir about a Northampton writer and occultist who attempts to take over local people's dreams on the way to taking over the world. It has an 18-minute prelude, Act of Faith.

A short film written by comics great Alan Moore, Jimmy's End is a Lynchian noir about a Northampton writer and occultist who attempts to take over local people's dreams on the way to taking over the world. It has an 18-minute prelude, Act of Faith. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Tim M (jp) wrote: Learning about the voice acting industry should be more fun. Instead of a character they just put "Voice Actor". Needs pictures of the characters played. Even though it is just a series of interviews, it was interesting to learn more about the people that do voices.

John R (jp) wrote: Nostalgia for classic gamers, colorful characters, great humor for both kids an adults, and an astonishing voice cast, I feel like an idiot for waiting 5 damn years to watch this film. With themes of self-acceptance and purpose, Wreck it Ralph is one of the best Disney film's I've ever seen and is now one of my top favorites. 5/5!

Steve S (gb) wrote: A reasonable overview of what SOME evangelicals believe regarding End Time prophecy.Although.... we do a lot of speculating in this department.

Lee R (kr) wrote: Could have been more impactful of a message

Andri A (br) wrote: The story standard, the action is awesome, especially the final scene...

Jesse O (ca) wrote: I don't think I have much to say about this movie. It certainly has a good enough cast and a decent script. But it is a little sentimental for my tastes and it handles its characters with kid gloves and I found the whole story of these 4 cantankerous old people, whose misbehaving has caused nurses to quit and other people to moved out of the house, becoming as close as a family and completely changing their lives around for the better to be a little contrived and farfetched. It'd be a good story if told a longer period of time and if the characters were a little more complex. But I understand that that wasn't the film's intended purpose. It was supposed to be a feel-good, Christmas-y movie for the entire family. So I get that, but the movie is probably too sweet for my liking. Still, it's a solid movie with a very good cast that makes up for the script's shortcomings.

Anya S (mx) wrote: Reading that this movie was based off of a true story makes me sick. To watch two people that are supposed to be mother and son having sex and participating in other sexual acts makes me sick and does not surprise me in the least that the sone Tony did what he did. I do not even know who I would recommend this movie too, unless they like watching sick messed up stories unravel before their very eyes.

David B (gb) wrote: Cracking little British film from director Nick Whitfield, about two members of an agency that uses psychic powers to uncover secrets in people's lives. A case involving a long missing husband begins to go awry. This is beautifully shot, with nice performances from the cast. Although a comedy, there's a melancholy strand running throughout, ably enhanced by the terrific score. It's a shame that this didn't get a wider release, though it probably is an acquired taste.

Eliabeth K (gb) wrote: Decent movie from what I remember...

Rim P (fr) wrote: Note that this movie has nothing to do with the comic book character by DC Comics. Although this movie spawned a series of comics in its own right. Dollman is a B-movie gem that genre buffs should pick up. It tells the story of a space cop called Brick Bardo, who follows some ugly head to Earth, where he is forced to make a crash landing in the South Bronx. He then finds out that he is now the size of an Action Man doll. Luckily for him, he is equipped with the best handgun in the universe, which every man should fear. Dollman is full of laughably silly moments in its near 80 minute running time. It tries to be a serious film with swearing and violence, so it's not really recommended for the kids. But that just makes it all the better. I'd advised you not to watch the sequel hoping it will be as good, because it isn't. Not only is it shorter, it is a sequel to two other so so films. Ginger was a hot dolly though.

RiP M (es) wrote: Brisk, sensational biopic of natural genius and unrealized talent. Suggests that if Mozart and Salieri got married and wrote plays, it would've ended badly.

Tasos L (au) wrote: A woman in command...

Andrew J (gb) wrote: This a great story of a man and his love of his family. James Stewart proves that he is still a leading many nearly twenty years after "Its a Wonderful Life".