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The Golden Nazi Vampire of Absam: Part II - The Secret of Kottlitz Castle
If things were up to General Donovan, then the Military Secret Service of the United States would take care of really important things, of which there are plenty in this Autumn of 1942. Let...
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Maria V (de) wrote: it was good... but I didn't like the ending.. was not what I expected..
Michael M (ru) wrote: Very funny. Even for people who don't frequent That Guy With The Glasses, it's a great comedy and nice fantasy.
Anna O (es) wrote: showing real life, everyday problems after having frist baby.. but I'm really disappointed with 2nd part of the movie which is simply boring...
Blake P (es) wrote: Whether the satire comes out and bitch slaps you or goes along nicely with your playful mindset doesn't matter to me - "Black Dynamite" is parody with bite, at once self-effacing yet distinctly aware of the subject it so lovingly laughs at, which is, in this case, the blaxploitation genre. Unlike the spot-on reverse portrayals of "MADtv" and "Saturday Night Live," its eagerness to deliver a chuckle is not based in a low-profile eye roll but genuine love; its makers, like me, have a soft spot for the low-budget, in-your-face filmmaking era. It's a modern "Shaft," "Superfly," only a little more self-aware and a hell of a lot funnier. You don't have to be a blaxploitation expert to get a kick out of all the action-packed hysteria. Our titular Black Dynamite is played by a magnificent Michael Jai White, who, when not chewing scenery and sexing up foxy ladies, is ridding the ghetto of invasive species of crime. As the film opens, he is in the process of avenging his brothers death and investigating the peculiar inclusion of heroin into the orphanages of the area. Kicking the asses of bad guys and spitting out one-liners like an addiction is all in a day's work; so unexpected is just how far the heroin case goes, and how Black Dynamite, normally a man who uses women like toys, begins to fall in love with Gloria Gray (Salli Richardson), a black power activist. There was not a moment during "Black Dynamite" that I wasn't smiling - it is so meticulous when evoking the shoddiness of blaxploitation that it sometimes seems like an extra-long sequence of the era's most laughable moments, from horrendous lines ("The worst thing about these pushers getting these children addicted to this new smack is that these children are orphans, and orphans don't have parents!") to an extended scene during which the boom microphone is clearly visible. Sanders's direction is fiendishly spot-on, and his screenplay, co-written with star White and Byron Minns, makes comedy seem effortless. But don't be fooled - consideration blaxploitation was always accidentally funny to begin with, unsuccessful parody could easily be seen as pale imitation. It's a good thing the creators of "Black Dynamite" are so perceptive. Then what would we have?? It's so pitch-perfect I could praise it for hours. There's the way Black Dynamite loves to refer to himself in third person (the characters around him never using "you," only his full title), the way the characters have names ranging from Tasty Freeze to Mo Bitches, the way the lyrical content of its soundtrack always reflects the current situation (not a stranger to real blaxploitation), or the way the final fist fight of the film leads all the way to the White House, where Dick and Pat Nixon have a brawl versus Black Dynamite perhaps as equally brutal as the confrontation between Vernita Green and The Bride in "Kill Bill." Undemanding, sharp, and ultimately satisfying, "Black Dynamite" will thrill fans of blaxploitation while still being universal enough to appeal to casual viewers. A delight.
Sarah C (it) wrote: The best thing about this movie was reading the 100's of hysterical reviews (that are all now removed?), in fact I joined Rotten Tomatoes because I was so scarred at how terrible this movie was I was compelled to altruistically attempt to save people from this torture. It's a shame Rotten Tomatoes took down all of the previous commentary........ because reading them out loud to my wife saved what would have been a wasted evening.
Michael H (us) wrote: In the amazing climax of the original anime, FMA: Conqueror of Shamballa has a exciting storyline and excellent voice actors to bring this sereis to a close. The movie focuses on last time after the original sereis ended where Ed is stuck in a alternate dimension of his world which is similar to our world while his brother Alphonse is back in his world trying to find his long lost brother. The movie has a excellent climax and it is great. Everything in this movie isgreat. I friggn love this movie. Everything about it is awesome. Its a perfect end to the perfect anime.97/100 A
Kevin D (fr) wrote: Quick Review: The main character kind of looks like Tiger Woods. Okay, to be honest the lead actor can be pretty annoying at times, but I was rooting for him most of the time. This movie hit close to home for me since I'm a film geek as well so this one gets brownie points for me. I loved all of the references by the main character. The movie is really short and has some funny scenes. The ending of the film salutes the endings of several other films while also being a metaphor for something I don't want to reveal here. The love interest was well cast. This is a good personal ode to the movies.
Marcus Y (es) wrote: Emotional and hilarious
HungYa L (ag) wrote: Very British and a good children movie indeed.
Marc R (br) wrote: I really enjoyed this film and have a creeping suspicion this served as a template for the Hollywood film "Knocked Up." This funny yet complex film deals with inter-ethnic relations in modern Germany (Germans, Turks, and Greeks) as it highlights the struggle of a young mixed ethnicity/religious couple to cope with each other, their own desires and dreams, and the reality of an unplanned pregnancy.
Frans F (kr) wrote: je n'ai l'aim pas. Pas du tout.
Rikki S (ca) wrote: Pretty awesome 80s action thriller
Stephen C (us) wrote: Little seen but powerful drama dealing with both left and Right at the fag end of the so called 60s dream.When Bill Comptons daughter is admitted to hospital after an overdose Compton confronts and accidentaly kills her junkie boy friend.I a bar on the way back from the crime he meets Joe a bigoted right wing working man aho blames all of Americas current ills on the hippy ideal.Joe Befriends Compton when he hears of his crime and shows Compton how everything they hold dear is being undermined by the love genaration.Peter Boyle delivers an outstanding performance as the title lead Joe ,his attitudes and views are still shocking and one could only imagine what an Audience in 1970 thought ,one would say they would be split down the middle .Joe would be a hero to the right and a pariah to the left and director John G Avilsdens shows how Joe Deals with both sides .The film eventualy reaches its shocking conclusion and although its dated in places ,its a perfect snapshot of the state of America at that time .
Scott C (kr) wrote: Cute Irish version of 'Tremors' is too derivative to be great.
Felix C (us) wrote: i've not heard much about it, which boats lousy for a movie...i hope it turns out to be good.