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Anita M (mx) wrote: Soul surfer is the best thing ever I want to see the movie really bad at the same thing as the first time since I got to see it the first time
Eric R (au) wrote: This is a film that should have been in Full Moon's classic era of B-movies (circa 1989 - 1994). Puppet Master and Demonic Toys were two of their most popular films and it would have been killer to see a proper crossover film made featuring both sets of evil toys. They made Dollman vs. the Demonic Toys instead and perhaps the shitty-ness of that film made them stray away from this film concept. B-movie fanatics dream of a Puppet Master and Demonic Toys crossover film finally got made in 2004 but don't get your hopes up folks as Full Moon didn't even make the damn thing. The biggest crossover event (okay I may be exaggerating a bit here) in horror since Freddy vs. Jason and Full Moon wasn't even involved! Yes apparently Full Moon was in need for cash desperately (when aren't they?) so they licensed out their copyrights for the material in order for, cough cough, sci fi channel to make it. NO NO NO! Not they sci fi channel! You know a franchise has hit its ultimate low and entered the ninth level of hell when it gets resorted to sci fi channel drek! You want to hear some worse news? It stars Corey Feldman! THE HORROR, THE HORROR!Feldman plays Andr Toulon's great grandson Robert Toulon and he and his wife obtained the our notorious puppets at a Paris flea market (what are the chances a Toulon relative would happen across these?). Recently divorced, he and his daughter decide to reanimate them. Unbeknown to them they are being spied on by an evil toy corporation whose owner has made a deal with the devil so with the help of our Demonic Toys, she tries to get Toulon's secrets.Even without Full Moon or Charles Bands involvement, it still was written and directed by Full Moon regulars C. Courtney Joyner and Ted Nicolaou proving the film, if Full Moon was directly involved, could have worked. Sadly with Sci Fi Channels involvement, the film comes out horrid perhaps even more than the last two FULL length Puppet Master films (I don't even want to think about Puppet Master: The Legacy).Thanks to being made for TV, all of our typical puppet and toy mayhem and violence gets toned down to be TV friendly. So basically we get none of the fun nature of either franchise. In Demonic Toys, Baby Oopsy was known for being fowl mouth but thanks to TV limitations all we get is him saying "bitch" a lot lame sayings like "I have a job for her in my diaper." Juvenile crap.Director Ted Nicolaou and the heads at Sci Fi also decided to make the film comical which was probably the safe approach to get viewers. However I feel this goes against both established franchises. Though they can be unintentionally funny, every Puppet Master film was taken seriously. Sure Demonic Toys contained black comedy but it also had a streak of seriousness. Not here and it basically makes a mockery of both franchises as it goes for a comedic approach.Another aspect that will no doubt irk fans is that since Full Moon had nothing to do with this cross-over, the puppets and toys are not the original props used in the original film series. They instead are cheap, poorly made replicas and to add insult to injury, the puppets become all cyborg when Feldman fixes them up with terminator style arms and shit (Six Shooter even has laster guns) after they get damaged in a fire.This is an insulting joke of an attempt to make a cross-over film of both series. It's so bad that even Charles Band doesn't consider this part of the official canon of either franchise despite it being the ninth entry in the Puppet Master series and the third film to feature the Demonic Toy characters. Yes it sucks but why not include it when you still consider Puppet Master: The Legacy part of the canon when it was basically a compilation of stock footage? If you weren't going to consider it part of the canon then you shouldn't have given the rights to sci fi channel to make it. Just take the money and run and pretend it didn't happen? BULLSHIT! It sucks but it STILL COUNTS! I would like to pretend that such films as Jason Goes to Hell and Howling: New Moon Rising don't exist but they do and it's just better to accept it. Count it and just ignore the plot elements in sequels to come. Other franchises do! As it is I believe even the most forgiving Full Moon fans will hate this. I did that's for sure but to be honest it's no worse than a lot of material Full Moon was pumping out at the time.
David N (au) wrote: I'm watching this movie right now on HBO and I'm pleasantly surprised by it. I didn't plan on liking it when I caught it flipping channels, but its a pretty good movie. The pacing is well done and it doesn't hit you over the head with any overbearing themes but takes a real view on life. The romance is done slowly and with care, and the characters really build up to it well. This isn't a cheap, wham, bam, thank you ma'am romance. The characters of two young adults are played very well individually, and they play off each other well. Neither the mob scenes nor the black community scenes are over the top. There are times where the movie seems to lose polish, either from the acting, or from the somewhat contrived plot, but overall its generally consistent, which makes watching it easier. The plot is very contrived, but hey, its a movie, if it were like everyday life it wouldn't be entertainment.
Drew H (it) wrote: This is a bad, bad movie. I don't know anything about its production, but it feels as though some rich guy blew a bunch of money making a movie before remembering to hire anyone who knows anything about making movies. Not only is the art and animation ugly, it makes no goddamn sense whatsoever. Plus, it's like the filmmakers were on a dare to cram-in every sci-fi cliche possible. This was Anne Bancroft's last film before she died. That's a sadder legacy than Raul Julia in Streetfighter.
Jonathan P (kr) wrote: You could do a lot worse.
Matt F (ag) wrote: Fun take off of those Doris Day/Rock Hudson movies. Both Renee and Ewan are adorable.
Liy I (de) wrote: Very good movie, but I loved the first movie because of Kirk Douglas's acting. I think he couldn't act in this movie because he was sick.
Michael R (es) wrote: Decent Remake Of A John Carpenter Classic...
Jennifer W (ru) wrote: this was a good film
Henrysmovieguide C (kr) wrote: This was not as bad as everyone said. Underrated, in my opinion. The acting is good. The villain is also pretty well done.