Wild Guitar

Wild Guitar

A young rock & roll hopeful is given a shot at the big time by the unscrupulous owner of a small record company.

A young Arch Hall, Jr. is given a shot at the big time by the unscrupulous owner of a small record company played by Arch Hall, Sr. (aka William Watters). . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Christopher E (it) wrote: Although not nearly as scary as it's predecessor or successor, this film does a great job of bringing you into the world of the "further", and manages to deliver an intriguing plot that will leave you stunned.Here, we pick up right where we left off from the first movie. Elise was murdered and we are trying to solve the mystery of what happened. When Josh and Dalton came back, nothing has been the same ever since, and it's up to this family to try and survive the horrors of what comes next.The Insidious franchise has always held a place in my heart ever since I was a child, as the first movie was the film that got me into horror movies. With that being said, this movie definitely isn't perfect, but in my opinion, is a quality horror film.What I love about this film was James Wan. He's one of my favorite directors ever because he knows how to make smart, quality horror movies along with other genres. He knows how to create unique environments with a thrilling story, and manages to keep his film's different. With the second installment in the franchise, he manages to deliver a story with a very nice ark, that manages to get you attached to the world at hand. I loved learning more about the world they live in, and each character manages to get more depth. There is plenty of wit to the story, and it's actually a thrilling plot that involves a murder mystery. This movie really isn't that scary by any means, and although it has some effective scares, it ultimately leaves you wanting more. In the first film, it made you afraid of the dark, and afraid of every little movement in your house. With this film, it more or less focused on story rather then scares. For the sake of a sequel, I'm actually fine with that, because it creates a clear distinction between each film in the series. It made this film more relevant, and although it wasn't that scary, it still provided more than a few creepy moments. This film ultimately deals a lot with parallels and time travel and all that, which is a shaky line to walk on. It can leave many plot holes, and introduce more questions than it's answering. Although it provides plenty of entertainment, it did feel messy at times. The movie struggles to stay on one course, and it often becomes difficult to follow the story at times. This movie is also not without its cheesy and awkward humor, and although it works sometimes, it is more or less ineffective. There were a few moments where it was just completely cheesy and cliche, and there were a couple parts where I groaned. The comedy was unfitting and awkward, and it felt out of place at times. I did laugh at a few scenes, but I could've done with less.This movie actually had me gasping at times, as its overall plot was kind of unsettling. When you add everything together, it makes for a creepy and disturbing plot that really puts fear into your heart.In the end, this was a satisfying and interesting sequel. It wasn't that scary, but it manages to provide a good mystery that will keep you intrigued. The path there is messy and awkward sometimes, but overall, I still enjoyed the movie, and I will give it 3.5 stars.

Anthony S (ag) wrote: Loved this film. And I loved the concept. You really feel Allen's appreciation for Cinema and Literature.

Dave W (fr) wrote: Don't waste your time. This would have to be the worse zombie movie ever made, EVER! I wish I could give a negative rating so here it is -5 BLAH BLAH BLAH sucked really bad. BLAH!

Lau K (nl) wrote: what a tragic, what a sick world back then (and this world is still sick). A good film to watch; the brutality of human we need to know. It is indeed a shameful tragedy in world history (some sick people may think that was/is a right thing).

Darwin V (it) wrote: Everyone begins on a broad road of possibilities, but as one ages, the choices dwindle and the path gets narrower. When I was young, I could not fully grasp how we have to make lifetime commitments. How do you know what you want to be for life? As I grew, I viewed the age-old question differently for isn't really a matter of certainty, but that of wisdom and faith.Take the protagonist of the Italian drama "Not of This World" for example. Sister Caterina, beautiful and intelligent, is happy on becoming a nun. But when she is handed an abandoned infant to take care of, two internal forces kick in - her maternal instinct and her doubts about her lifetime profession. Her spiritual questioning is not obvious at first, but people around her are constantly bringing it up. It is a curiosity that permeates the movie as to why this woman would want to become a nun.I think what gravitates you towards to Sister Caterina is that she's wise, nice, and all-around admirable. It seems that she's got it together. And even when her doubts make her pause, her heart is resolute. And when she is certain, she has no hint of crazy. She seems perfect but Margherita Buy, who won Best Actress (Italy) for the role, illuminates her as credibly human. She gives a beautiful nuanced performance.It would be best to view the movie as a character study. I like that the characters aren't sometimes talking and silently reflect their inner thoughts. While there is a certain mystery to what the characters withhold, the plot is fairly straightforward. The ending is predictable even if the movie teases some alternate possibilities. But like life, what matters is not about the destination but the journey itself. And Sister Caterina's baby steps to a spiritual discovery is one emotional home run.

Jason S (nl) wrote: This was my favorite movie when I was a teenager.

Evelyn M (ru) wrote: I want to see this but I'm not sure I can handle the violence.

Kevin R (ru) wrote: Either we all drown or we will suffocate.A group of art thieves decide to highjack a 747 and hide its disappearance behind the legend of the Bermuda Triangle. Unfortunately, the plane crashes into the ocean leaving the passengers in a plane 100 feet under water. It may appear the legend of the Bermuda Triangle is more real than the art thieves imagined. Is there any hope for survival for the passengers on the plane?"Are you a real police man?""Sort of."Jerry Jameson, director of Heat (1986), The Call of the Wild, Superdome, Hurricane, The Dirt Gang, The Bat People, The Deadly Tower, and The Red Spider, delivers Airport 77. The storyline for this picture is just okay and as you'd expect from a film with this plot. The dialogue was just average and the acting was better than expected. The cast includes Jack Lemmon, James Stewart, Joseph Cotton, Lee Grant, Robert Foxworth, and Christopher Lee."Radios don't work underwater."I grabbed this off turner Classic Movies (TCM) when I discovered it starred Jack Lemmon (he made a lot of good films in this era, this isn't one of them). I felt this movie was a bit clich and on par with the disaster films from this era (i.e. just okay). Overall, this isn't a complete waste of time but I wouldn't go out of my way to see it."If there are survivors, they're going to find them."Grade: C

Javier V (nl) wrote: considerado el primer corto de Spielberg, aunque no lo es. Sin dilogos, aunque dudo de muchos mensajes. No s (C) si fue la copia que vi pero la fotografa me pareci malsima y las actuaciones muy forzadas para denotar lo que queran. Me agrada lo que sucede al final, aunque no logro comprender varias cosas. S es una sorpresa lo que descubre la chava. Por lo dems no me parece grandioso.

David L (es) wrote: I wish I could watch every movie ever made but I sadly don't have the time. I'm not interested in this movie because I don't think I'll like it or don't know enough about it to think I might like it. I may still end up seeing it some day though.

Chloey M (es) wrote: love it and I'm a cheerleader too

Steven A (es) wrote: Great movie for good people.

Tyler S (us) wrote: A classic from Wesley Snipes heyday. Here he plays a crack cocaine czar pursued by ice t and Judd Nelson. ..yes you read that right. Still I have to give it its props because of Snipes dynamic performance ...he's ruthless and lethal. Fun seeing Chris Rock in his early days as a fiend. Opens up eyes to the dangers of addiction with good performances. A little dated but still a snipes classic.

Marty F (mx) wrote: I thought this was the one with Matt Damon, but then it was not... shocking! lol... The plot wasnt too bad, although a lil lame, but the ending was totally crappy again, omg...

Perry W (jp) wrote: This movie was so lame. Not only was it not original, as soon as the action started the movie ended. And it was so predictable.

Phillie E (fr) wrote: I guess it's slight better than Last Action Hero. Slightly.