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Scooby-Doo and The Ghoul School
Scooby, Shaggy and Scrappy Doo are on their way to a Miss Grimwood's Finishing School for Girls, where they have been hired as gym teachers. Once there, however, they find that it is actually a school for girl ghouls.
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Jerry H (ag) wrote: Synopsis: Cyrus DeBarge, a preacher's son, has serious hip-hop skills. Unfortunately, his father detests that genre of music, a local stage rapper makes Cyrus cower in fear, and Cyrus feels he doesn't have the looks or style to make it. When he submits a song to a contest sponsored by big-name artist Roxie, who happens to be a childhood friend, he includes a picture of him with his best buddy Kris. Upon meeting them, Roxie incorrectly believes that Kris is the one with the talent, not Cyrus. Cyrus helps his friend fake it, but will the truth ever come out? Will Cyrus get the recognition he deserves? By film's end, everyone will be in for at least one big surprise...Story: 5/5More than just a flimsy "follow your dreams" title, "Let It Shine" is a morality play. The consequences of lying are shown. A father learns to be more involved with his son, much like the protagonist of "Courageous". Being fake in the name of stardom is vilified. All the while, I was entertained. To me, that's a good story.Production Values: 4.5/5A musical isn't any good without well-produced musical numbers, right? Well, every song in here is great, if not amazing. The rap battles are outstandingly done; they have to be seen to be believed. The actors did really well, especially Brandon Mychal Smith as the antagonist, whose character was much different than the one he played in "Sonny With a Chance". The only thing that prevents it from getting a perfect score in this department is the closing, which features annoying outtakes while the credits roll. You probably would want to push the "skip" button when those come up.Moral Content: 5/5No profanity! Zero sexual content, save for an occasional immodest outfit! Hardly anything even resembling violence! No drug use! Seriously, this is one of the cleanest movies I've seen in a while. Better yet, the Christian faith is portrayed in a positive light! Some parents may quibble with the "rap battles," but the movie shows that they're simply for sport, and they're more innocent than the average "yo momma" joke.Conclusion: How you would feel about Let It Shine hinges on two questions: Do you like rap music? Are you okay with contemporary Christian music? If you answered yes to both of those question, you would likely enjoy this movie; if hip-hop gives you a headache, and/or you believe the only Christian songs should be sans instruments, then this is not for you. As someone who can enjoy the occasional rap tune, and as a long-time fan of Christian music, I find this kind of flick right up my alley. Even those who have avoided previous Disney Channel movies should check this out; they'd likely be surprised, as was I.A postscript: Some people have largely assumed that Christian faith has no place anywhere in Mickey Mouse Land, including on their cable network. That's not true; years ago, CCM pop quintet Jump5 made it big on Radio Disney and had a song featured on "Lizzie McGuire". Around the same time, Superchic[k]'s "One Girl Revolution" was used as the theme song for Disney Channel's telefilm "Cadet Kelly", which had the highest viewership of any DCOM up to that point. Later on, the all-female rock trio Everlife also jammed on Radio Disney; I'm sure that very few people would have even guessed that they previously guest starred on ApologetiX's album "Adam Up". Even "Wizards of Waverly Place" and "Camp Rock" actress Maria Canals Barrera was featured in two issues of "CCM Magazine". Despite what some would have you believe, you can still find faith in Jesus on the Disney Channel; "Let It Shine" is perfect proof.Score: 4.75/5
familiar s (jp) wrote: One of the skeletons that fell out of the closet. Not a gripping tell-tale here, but not excessively boring either.
Andy H (de) wrote: This film should have been called "What are we going to do Charles"? The dialogue for the entire film consists of Baldwin and a bear malled LQ Jones asking Hopkins questions that a 6 year old would ask of a parent. Aside from the surprising lame script from Mamet, it's always nice to watch a controlled Sir Anthony Hopkins performance and a heart on the sleeve Baldwin giving it his all. Nothing like getting stranded in the Alaskan wilderness and surviving a man eating to bear to give you a little perspective.
Tim R (gb) wrote: An overwhelming end of the world experience!
Michael M (es) wrote: looks very boring....
Lorri B (kr) wrote: best family movies ever
Bill v (br) wrote: A clever (and depressing) movie about two guys who get sucked into a con. The director did an amazing thing (a con of his own) to get musicians to perform for the movie. He ran an ad in local papers inviting musicians to come to an audition for a production company. What they didn't know was they were being filmed for the movie. The director and his production people do reveal what they are doing to these people, some of which were very good musicians.What made this story depressing is nothing is offered to our main characters as a way of making amends, turning it around. They are left to walk in the wreckage they brought on themselves and others. There is no redemption; just nightmare.Many good themes are covered; honesty, trying to improve your life, racism and racial tension, friendship, deception.
Jason J (fr) wrote: i love this moive i have it
Vikram T (jp) wrote: crap. dont watch it.
Abby Y (es) wrote: its was a good movie but not the beginning! the beginning of movies are always bad!!
Augustine H (nl) wrote: Although many pay attention to the incestrous relationship and intense sexuality here, the real focus should be the repetition of tragic fate. I don't quite understand why Binoche's character has fallen for Irons so easily, but I guess that's why the film seems to be that fateful. Louis Malle is a brave and talented director who dares to explore taboo subjects insightfully.
Chris P (ca) wrote: Blood and Ashes this movie was bad.
Alexander C (ca) wrote: Will have to watch this one. Not necassarily good or bad. Will see. Want to watch!
Bill N (ca) wrote: excellent! sexy pam, and of course boss newman hit it out the park!
Facebook U (gb) wrote: The potential in action-comedy is there, and yet so many tend to come churned out in the middle ground, being neither funny nor entertaining. There isn't much to say, except that this is trite, boring, and criminally unfunny.
Blake P (it) wrote: I gotta say, "Too Late for Tears" aka "Killer Bait" is one of my favorite film noirs! Jane and Allen (Scott and Kennedy) are a bickering couple who's world is rocked when a case with almost a million dollars lands in their car. Allen wants to hand it over to the police, but Jane wants to keep it. When he won't give in to it, she kills him in anger (which is not a spoiler). From then on, she'll do anything to keep her paws on the loot, even if she has to cheat and kill along the way. . . I can definitely call myself a huge film noir fan, and after seeing so many I can say Lizabeth Scott is my favorite actress in the genre. By now, she had made very important noir pictures including "The Strange Love of Martha Ivers", "Dead Reckoning" and, "I Walk Alone". All of them have been good, but this one has got to be my favorite. "Too Late for Tears" was originally released in 1949, and then re-released in 1955 as "Killer Bait", therefore explaining the two names. I can imagine both times, audiences really liked it, as I did. Unlike most film noirs, Scott is the lead AND the femme fatale, when usually the woman is a sidekick or supporting character. It's such a nice change of pace, considering how great Scott's performance is. This has got to be one of her best-- she's usually pretty wooden, but here is so entertaining and two- faced as Jane. I loved every second I saw of her. Duryea is also one of my favorites, and did not disappoint me here, even though this is more of a type-casted role. His weird lispy, whiny way of talking confined him to film noir, which is not a problem. His voice might be strange, but is somehow menacing in his shady character. He and Scott might not have the best chemistry, but are very good as partners in crime. It's great to see them in a film together because this twosome provides quite a big amount of entertainment. "Too Late for Tears" is a excellent movie, and it's a shame that it's confined to the "save" category.