Lee Evans concludes his sell-out 100-date 1998 tour with a live performance at the Edinburgh Playhouse. Included are a performance by the 'Lee Evans Trio' (with Lee playing several instruments simultaneously) and Lee's observations on running in flip-flops. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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John W (br) wrote: Fans of Robert Englund are true fans and very forgiving, but Inkubus makes that very difficult. A decent premise, but the film is a muddled mess with logical inconsistencies and some real performance stinkers. See almost anything else with Englund (or Forsythe or Silverman or even Fatone) and you'll probably enjoy it more.
Darby R (ca) wrote: One of those things that is best to watch and/or listen to while you are doing something else at the same time. I don't think I would have liked to just sit down and give it my whole attention, but having the Blue Collar Comedy Tour on in the background was good for some extra amusement.
Jocey D (ru) wrote: Cute, amusing and romantic story. The chemistry between John Cusack and Diane Lane is palpable and alluring. How could anyone resist John Cusack's charm?
Eric R (nl) wrote: Haneke's film attempts to decipher the reasoning behind the mysterious multi-murder case where a 19 year-old student killed several people in a bank in Vienna the day before Christman and then kills himself. As you would imagine from title the structure of the film is very unique in that it gives us fragments of a long narrative leading up to the day of the murders. These fragments may be cut off in mid action, or could be a one signal stagnant shot, but they are all important. Whats really interesting is by the end of the film, you completely feel like you watched a standard structure narrative. Haneke examines the alienation that people feel from life various character and every "fragment" is meticulously designed and presented to the audience; all with a purpose. Lets just say that Haneke has a very cynical viewpoint on our society and human nature. Oh, and as always, Haneke knows has to close a film.
Joe L (it) wrote: utterly horrifying film that takes us from charmingly realistic domestic life to end of the world apocalypse - and because of what the lead characters must become, it truly makes you question whether it's even worth being a survivor in a world at war. expertly done, and larger in scale than bergman's other major films.
Brad S (br) wrote: I thoroughly enjoyed this film from Jean-Pierre Melville, master of the crime film. Melville has done several of my favourite films including: "Le Samourai", "Le Cercle Rouge and "Bob Le Flambeur". I enjoyed the story and all the characters. The film is long and at times a slow burn, but I got so invested in the story and the fates of the characters that it worked perfectly for me. I wasn't familiar with any of the actors but liked them all. Highly recommended!
Art S (ag) wrote: Christopher Lee doesn't make his entrance until 40 minutes into this sequel to Hammer Films first big hit - and then he has no dialogue at all. Indeed, he is a powerfully evil figure simply with his red eyes and a serious glower. The film contains all of the stereotypic vampire film elements (phantom carriage, stake through the heart, coffin by day) but adds some unique twists (reincarnation through blood sacrifice, death through running water). Instead of Van Helsing, Andrew Keir plays wily Father Sandor, the man with the knowledge to fight vampires. But the real star of the film is Hammer's typically awesome atmosphere (designed at Bray Studios). Lee would go on to make a few more Dracula flicks (six or seven in total), however their quality varies; this is a good one.
(es) wrote: It's hard to know just how much of Friday's greatness was intentional or just a happy accident. Not that I'm really having a go at F. Gary Gray, but I'm not really a big believer in his work, and this has to be his best and perhaps most ingeniously understated film for sure. The thing that makes it a winner is the authenticity of the film. It skillfully makes very funny satire about very serious social problems in everyday african american neighbourhoods, and whilst it might be tempting to think these problems are sugar-coated in their depiction, they really aren't at all. And it works because at some point you realise there's this real sense of community and love out there for each other, despite the hardships that the young men, women, and familes live with in these communities. A surpisingly effective drama too, and probably Chis Tucker's most effective role/performance.
Peace V (es) wrote: So terrible it makes you want to punch the TV!!
T Patrick S (ru) wrote: This movie was pretty silly, but not for the younger viewers. A good movie if you're bored....and there's nothing better to watch.