Sidney J. Furie's The Veteran is a respectable straight-to-DVD movie that was headed for the "pleasant surprise" category before self-destructing with a terrible, out-of-the-blue ending. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Sidney J. Furie's The Veteran is a respectable straight-to-DVD movie that was headed for the "pleasant surprise" category before self-destructing with a terrible, out-of-the-blue ending.
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Caleb M (au) wrote: A simple little doc that follows Bill Withers around, letting us see his life, family, work and outlook on life. A rewarding and touching experience.
Michael G (au) wrote: I found the story of contrast between these two friends a powerful life lesson. One man chose a life of of war that reflected the war going on inside his heart while another man chose the way of Christ and the way of peace. The paths of their lives could not have been more different. Yet, the points and places they intertwine shows a powerful example of how one life can impact another. This was another of the few movies in which I don't agree with the RT consensus reviews (although I usually do.) Rent this if you have a chance.
Rachel A (jp) wrote: It's a haunting love story. The subtlety and the chemistry delivered by the characters are great. Not suitable for people who seek for happy ending or cheesy romance.
David G (jp) wrote: The stand up material is excellent; incisive and very funny (taking in race, the holocaust, sex, Jewishness and midgets). But the extra semi sketch material around the edges doesn't quite work and feels strange presented in tiny snippets instead of as part of whole (like in the Sarah Silverman Program) Still worth checking because the material at the heart of the show is indeed very funny.
Alister N (es) wrote: A South Korean action/martial flick with the usual style and detailed mise en scene, unfortunately some of the details and characterisation are lost in the vibrancy of the action and confuse a little. Still entertaining stuff.
Guido S (br) wrote: Despite the series going down the toilet in terms of story and recycling the same thing over and over, the sequels up the crazy factor enough to still make these enjoyable. Cube and Epps are back, this time they are back in the hood and need rent or they will get evicted. So they take up jobs at a strip mall to do security. It has a crazy cast of characters from Katt Williams (when he was still tolerable) to Terry Crews as the guy fresh out of prison looking for new fish. The story takes a back seat here and is really nothing more than an excuse for the action on screen. Despite that, it's still incredibly funny and somehow works despite the non-existent plot.
Kevin C (kr) wrote: Movie night with Iris.So many of these films in the 90s. However its charming, well-acted and with added poignancy since Postlethwaite subsequently died.
Chris B (it) wrote: alright, Tom Selleck was good
Simon D (kr) wrote: If you're a fan of Monty Python or the Carry-on films then this is a must as it falls nicely between the two. It's got a great cast although some are fairly underused, unlike Madeline Kahn's awful cockney accent which adds to the comedy. Not hilarious but a film that will keep you smiling throughout.
Matt T (gb) wrote: Extremely disappointed with the direction on the language and some of the content was unnecessarily inappropriate. Had an interesting storyline and could of been a cute romantic comedy. So sad :(
Kenneth B (de) wrote: This is one of the strongest Hammer films I've seen. I think it was Mark Gattis' documentary A History of Horror that first put me onto this film but it has taken until now for me to get around to it. I have been working through my Hammer boxset which contains 21 films, including the 3rd Quatermass film (QM and the Pit) but The Quatermass Xperiment isn't part of the set. So I've set QM and the Pit to one side until I've seen the first two films. It's started off rather well. I recently watched The Day the Earth Stood still and this bares similarities, however this has a more overt horror leaning. Great stuff.