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Unable to cope with a recent personal tragedy, LA's top celebrity shrink turns into a pothead with no concern for his appearance and a creeping sense of his inability to help his patients.
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JY S (nl) wrote: The Woman Knight of Mirror Lake, from Herman Yau, has a story for women to be proud of.With a 110 minutes to share, this film spends a frequent amount of time jumping around to tell its story. So much so, that it is hard to grasp in the early going; however, as the film progresses it becomes much easier to follow. The time jumps do keep things fresh, especially when revisiting scenes to unveil even more details, but at the same time, it reveals where the picture is going.The action feels limited, probably because the bulk of it is in the beginning and the end, while the middle focuses more on the dramatic story. The martial arts fights, which includes firearms, are fast-paced and contain great choreography.Huang Yi has a strong character to work with and she puts on a reliable performance to back it up. Anthony Wong has a very likable character, despite being under-utilized. Dennis To and Xin Xin Xiong provide sound action sequences.The Woman Knight of Mirror Lake is a solid film all around. The subject matter may not be the height of excitement, but it isn't a sleeper.
Jon W (de) wrote: Its on the 127 special features, nicely shot in B/W with cool idea for the story.
Anna C (fr) wrote: Very tense thriller set in the very green english country, a small stone village, a lot of cows... a woman living alone in her farm with two daughters, with a secret past, all you need to create something good.
Tom H (nl) wrote: entertaining b-movie action. Dolph kicks ass!
Kevin R (ag) wrote: Death ain't the worst thing that can happen to you.A man is a former adopted child who witnessed a heinous act and was both blessed and cursed with the ability to hunt down those responsible and bring justice. He has aligned the ultimate showdown but will require a young apprentice to help him with his efforts. Together, they square off against a gang of the undead."I'll need a shirt."Andrew Goth, director of BUSTED and Cold and Dark, delivers Gallowalkers. The storyline for this picture reminded me of Priest in some ways. This is a science fiction futuristic western that has a very "Blade out west" action sequences. The acting is mediocre and the cast includes Wesley Snipes, Tanit Phoenix, Kevin Haworth, and Steven Elder."Trouble with the damn is, they never stay put..."This was recently added to Netflix so I decided to randomly add it to the queue and give it a shot. It was okay with some worthwhile scenes but a pathetic plot that was clumsy and ridiculous in parts. This is a below average addition to the genre that is worth watching only if nothing else is on."You my whore or what?"Grade: D+/C-
Aaron B (br) wrote: Subtle yet superb performances, the Director puts on a clinic in meticulous character development. Develops slowly but packs a pretty good emotional punch at its climax. I love these types of stories where the line between protagonist and antagonist are blurred, this one kept my gears turning long after the credits. Reminded me a lot of 2009's Fish Tank. Very well done. Only complaint may have been a couple small plot holes, but nothing major.
Ben G (jp) wrote: In a word (read out loud with Cartman's voice): gay.Why oh why any one ever thought the viewers may be interested by his erotic adventures in caves covered in bat shit?
Michael D (es) wrote: i guess its because of my personal connection to the story and reading the book for 6 times i really connected with the movie. brings back so many memorys of my own grandfather (i miss him) a must see but befor that its a must read book. its may seem new age mambo jambo but its so much more.
Sameen M (es) wrote: Just under Space Jam on the greatest films of all time list.
Michael F (de) wrote: Middling slasher/creature feature with tedious performances and a dull execution that squanders its otherwise intriguing premise. It's perfectly fine that we only see the monster either in shadow or out of focus, but all that subtlety is ruined by having the guy who plays the monster scream "RAARRRRR!!" every five seconds. Humongous is helped by a few decent creepy setups and a memorable final shot, but is otherwise a by-the-numbers effort. Catch director Paul Lynch's earlier slasher outing, Prom Night, instead.
Manny C (jp) wrote: At this point I think every one of the original cast of Are You Being Served, save for Mr. Lucas, is gone. First off, if you've never seen a single episode of the series, get cracking, this is comedy of the highest order!
Antonius B (us) wrote: What on the surface may be construed as a typical 1960's romantic comedy is a great film with real weight. First off, as Natalie Wood's character has to stand up to her annoying brothers, who are over-protective and try to coerce her into a relationship with a nice guy played by Tom Bosley of all people (Mr. Cunningham from 'Happy Days'), it has a strong feminist message. Secondly, the film asks questions about the biggest things in life - is there such a thing as romantic love, or does lust obscure everything? And should one just settle in marriage, because, as a minor character so wisely puts it at a dinner party, "love is really an art, and like every other art, it demands practice and patience, consistent dedication and hard work."Lastly, and this is the biggest thing, the film shows what it meant to try to get an abortion before it was legal. You see, very early on in the film, Natalie Wood has told Steve McQueen that she's pregnant as a result of their one-night stand. That leads up to an extended sequence trying to get an abortion in an abandoned apartment which is horrifying, not because they "show" anything, but because it is so gritty and real, and filled with psychological pain. So here it is that you have this film with a beautiful couple with great chemistry, Natalie Wood and Steve McQueen, and you're in an emotional drama, and yet, it's one that has a sense of lightness about it, because of the strong performances they turn in, both of them delicately finding this balance. You have to love Wood's character at so many turns, as she consistently strives to find her own path in life, and her own voice. What an amazing film this is for 1963, and how timely it was seeing it in January, 2016, ominously showing what getting an abortion would be like in America if Roe v. Wade was overturned, and we went backwards during the Trump regime.
Jennifer O (jp) wrote: Almost two hours of jokes about rape and kidnapping set to song and dance, with the pivotal, defining quote being "They may be angry and annoyed (about a kidnapping and a forced "marriage") but inside they'll be overjoyed." This is more obscene than "The Human Caterpillar." At least the lead villain in that movie is cast as a villain, not as someone whose "foibles" are somehow forgivable by the end of the story.
Fredrik C (es) wrote: One of the Marx brothers' weaker films. For a comedy group that relies on a fast pace, this is a slow affair. They all appear tired.
Nathan M (ag) wrote: Featuring great performances from its leads, but not much else, #landho is a decent film about growing old and maintaining friendships.
Lanky Man P (nl) wrote: A charming, lovable film. The Kings of Summer deserves more credit that it gets.