The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini
A corpse has 24 hours to mastermind a good deed without leaving his crypt, to go "up there" and have his youth restored.
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charisse f (gb) wrote: funny.. but not a quality movie in my opinion.. would make you laugh though..
Todd F (kr) wrote: Loved it.. The storyline was interesting... Loved JRM..
Jason G (de) wrote: Something about an accent from anywhere in the UK, often has the effect of lending a greater sense of respectability and credibility to a movie...That happens here in Taffin.The story is ridiculously simple and starts out with a near misfire as the viewer is subjected to possibly, one of the most horrifically choreographed "fight scenes" in over 100 years of cinema.TAFFIN quickly redeems itself by introducing a band of characters into the mix, who are colorful and interesting. Well... check that - - Upon a bit of retrospection, I realize that the only thing about this crew I found interesting was their accents. That's where the illusion of "credibility" I was talking about comes in. I couldn't look away! I found myself watching more and more of Taffin, just so I could hear more of those accents! More of those clever "turns of phrase"! TAFFIN didn't bother examining or developing any sort of character development. In fact... they kind of tried to work into some promising "good vs evil"... "Faith vs. Force"... stuff into the story about halfway through.... but suddenly decided not to bother examining or exploring it to any great length (which ended up being just another disappointment for me). Brosnan did all alright. He's certainly a likable actor and he plays the roguish Mark Taffin here very well. He's nicely complimented by the unfortunately named (but otherwise beautiful, in a trashy, 80's sort of way...) Alison Doody.For me.. the worst part of Taffin, was that after watching 1hr and 20 minutes of a film in which there seemed to be very little going on... the writer/director suddenly decided to cram a whole bunch of stuff into the last 10 minutes.This only served to mess up the pacing by making the film seem disjointed and poorly thought out.Watch it for the "accents" and the beautiful scenery...
Arabella T (nl) wrote: Memories! Thats all. Remember the opening scene on the westway flyover, the sax playing on the song "you drink your coffee.....!"
Gerry (kr) wrote: Hammer may have perfected horror, but their science fictions are magnificent, with "X" comparing favorably with their "Quatermass" films. Great cast (dig Anthony Newley getting toasted!), and a great premise. Seriously, what's more original-the umpeenth alien invasion from outer space, or sentient, radioactive mud popping up on the Moors? Great stuff, ya betcha! I wonder if Jack Harris and/or Irving Yeoworth used this as inspiration for THE BLOB. Hmm.....
Vincent G (nl) wrote: The reason why Red river is considered a masterpiece,influential in the western genre and entertaining its thanks to its great script,outstanding cinematography,editing,make-up (specially John wayne's characterization as an elder westerner), and great performances but first of all because of its director, howard hawks. Probably John wayne's best performance.
Pablo G (ag) wrote: The narrative is poorly balanced just as the characters and their development, and the editing and cuts couldve gone through some work specially in its second act, but it is nevertheless and interesting and gripping story, with great imagery and aparently very acurratte history. I could only wish that the expertice shown on the images and sound and acting could match the script and the pace.