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Amanda H (fr) wrote: Gun action from start to finish
Nathan M (us) wrote: I like Garret Dillahunt, but he is the only remotely enjoyable thing in this film. The dialogue feels so hammy and stilted it's impossible to believe these are people and not comic book characters. Then again, the movie is trying so hard to set a "comic book" tone, maybe that's what it was going for. Who knows, and who cares. This movie is terrible.
Roxanne R (kr) wrote: What an endearing and thought provoking film about finding yourself and accepting yourself! We have a new twist on a romantic comedy when Heather Graham and Tom Cavanaugh find themselves falling deeply in love with the same woman. Plot revolves around a 30-something New Yorker (Graham) that is best friends with her brother. They share everything and love to do everything together until they meet this lady at the park named Charlie (Moynahan). When her brother proposes marriage to her, Graham is a bit surprised at the suddenness of his proposal but accepts her brother's decision. The night before the wedding after so many drinks, Graham and Charlie kiss passionately and the following morning Graham is very distraught, wondering if she may be gay. Never having realized she might be gay, Gray's confusion turns to desperation as she follows the "expert" advice of clueless friends, psychologists and strangers. Can she save her relationship with her brother once she discloses that she is in love with his bride? Only one thing is for sure - the laws of attraction are about to be bent all the way on this one! Great gem and the speech Graham gives inside the elevator is unforgettable. Makes you realize how unfair and disadvantaged gay people are in this society. Great movie and highly recommended!
Doc B (jp) wrote: "hi, im corey haim...and i'll be starring in the film your about to watch... but 1st. would you like to win your very own rollerblades?"
Patrick Y (gb) wrote: Part elegy for Europe's aristocracy, part satire of class politics, and part grindhouse horror flick, Blood for Dracula is wholly unique. Between the poor acting and Udo Kier's over-the-top Count Dracula, few scenes pass without a chuckle or complete confusion. Oddly enough, the set design is gorgeous and Claudio Gizzi provides a superb and at times haunting score. Nevertheless, the film's sex scenes frequently feature disturbing moments of rape, which can't be excused, even in hindsight. The film is all over the place, but it certainly amounts to a unique moment in late 70s film.
Vincent H (gb) wrote: While really good, it didn't seem to have that "raising the stakes" tone that I felt it needed. What it was, was that the film appeared to have reached it's climax a couple of times only to go on for another 20 minutes. Definitely a stage play, and I think I would love it much much more had I seen it on the boards. Now with all that said, I will proclaim my love for William Powell. Simply the best and I can't imagine anyone else playing that part. "GAHD!"
LA L (jp) wrote: Just as good as the first, and stronger in a few ways. While Days focuses more on paranoia and fear, Weeks drives more on sheer panic and adrenaline. Very good movie.
Ryan M (es) wrote: I really appreciated that they kept the essence and feel of the TV show intact here, It felt like an extended series finale. Hilarious!
Alec F (ru) wrote: Clearly one of the best movies of all time and certainly featuring the best comic book action trailer of all time, "Darkman" is Sam Raimi's best work. It lies atop the crooked pyramid of Raimi works, flanked by the almost as good "Bruce Campbell Vs Army Of Darkness" and the not quite in the same league "The Quick and The Dead" while the rest of his stuff tumbles down toward the desert of almost unwatchability. Ya the first two Spidermen were OK, but they are in the same league with this movie as much as 'For The Love Of The Game" is in the same league as well, "Major League". Raimi has produced some of the best movies ever and a lot of utter crap. This one is the former. Anchored by a (dare I say it rather Gary-Busey-esque?) performance by Liam Neeson in the role that started him out as the revenge-seeking pyshco icon we know and love in all his recent movies, and supported by a fantastic supporting cast no-names and "oh that guy"'s Darkman is both a horror movie, comic book movie, action thriller, and homage to the old Vincent Price movie "House Of Wax" with some comedy thrown in and a relentless Danny Elfman (at the top of his game) score to, well, help keep score.You need only watch the first 2 minutes of the move to be completely sucked in for the next hour and a half. I can't imagine any human being not being entertained by this one. I recently noticed there are a lot of angry people yelling in this movie and the whole thing can perhaps be summed up in only a few out-of-context exclamations..."Take Em Down!""Ventilate him!""He's a freak ladies and gentlemen. A FREAK!""See the dancing freak! Pay five bucks!""You gotta be shittin' me!""Burn in hell... a ha ha ha ha!"It's Mine because I built it... I built it ALLL!!!""Julie!!"
Dawn R (au) wrote: Love James Caan in this movie.