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The Last Shift Vodlocker (2020)
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Release: September 25, 2020
Vodlocker The Last Shift
This is going to polarize audiences because half the population out there hate nothing more than someone with a personal vision. The other half admire it. Reviews on here are positive so far, but this was slammed by Variety, and i can understand why. It's an unapologetic blend of high art and grotesque exploitation. You can't categorize it. The wife threatened to walk out of the Monday afternoon screening, but didn't make good on her threat. It took me a while to get comfortable with its dialog-free narrative, but I emerged a true admirer. The set-up is quite straightforward, although the complications mount. A woman, played by a beautiful Australian actress named Susanne Hausschmid (who was new to me), is murdered by real estate developers. She then takes revenge on them -- while dead. Yes, dead! Director Mark Savage hasn't made a film that will please all fans of bloody revenge movies because he's working from his own formula, not one thirty years old. The film has a strong French influence (a very Eric Rohmer-like seduction scene) and isn't possible to categorize. Is it horror? Partly. Is it art-house? Partly. For God's sakes, does it really matter? Do we have to know what it is? It's very different. And very explicit at times. Most importantly, it's highly individualistic. That's why it won't be loved by many. Nobody loves an orphan.
Director: Andrew Cohn
Cast: Richard Jenkins, Shane Paul McGhie, Ed O'Neill, Allison Tolman, Da'Vine Joy Randolph, Birgundi Baker, Emily Anderson, Jeff Dlugolecki, Dano Duran, John Gawlik, Holden Ochsenhirt, Deron J. Powell, Cameron Scott Roberts, Cameron Scott Roberts, Bradley Grant Smith
Infidel Vodlocker (2020)
Genre: Action, Adventure, Thriller
Release: September 18, 2020
To joeywieberg-92286, the guy who tried to say Seth Mcfarlane has nothing to do with the show..."Seth MacFarlane ... executive producer (13 episodes, 2016)" "Seth MacFarlane ...
Peter Griffin (1 episode, 2016)" maybe he should read the credits before making statements.
Maybe you have to actually live in a border town to think this is funny. We do, and love this show! Where we live could be Mexifornia! Sometimes it's like living right in Mexico with all the billboards in Spanish, grocery store fliers in Spanish and having to speak Spanish to get a job...
Director: Cyrus Nowrasteh
Cast: Jim Caviezel, Claudia Karvan, Hal Ozsan, Stelio Savante, Aly Kassem, Bijan Daneshmand, Isabelle Adriani, Leila Arabi, J.R. Cacia, Hanna Jiryis, Leanne Katkhuda, Hamzeh Shaker Mahadin, Krista Moorman, Peta Sergeant, Nadeem Srouji
Follow Me Vodlocker (2020)
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Release: September 18, 2020
Vodlocker Follow Me
RAGE is certainly not a movie for everyone. I could see how it would make some people very angry, and I am sure many people walked out of this. However, being an actor myself, watching these performances in their most intimate and raw presentation was nothing short of brilliant. Sure, there are a few flaws, but the truth behind the film is good acting can and SHOULD stand alone. All you really need is a great actor, and a camera pointed at them. It's a series of monologues given by some of the best actors out there. The performances that stood out to me most were: Judi Dench of course, John Lequizamo (who gives perhaps his best performance here), Bob Balaban (who is both hilarious and heartbreaking), Dianne Weist (who can do no wrong), Riz Ahmed (who I didn't know before this and hope to see again), and finally the best of all Adriana Barraza! You should rent/buy this movie just for her monologue about desiring to be invisible. Its a strange little film. But also a brilliant one.
Director: Will Wernick
Cast: Holland Roden, Ronen Rubinstein, Pasha D. Lychnikoff, Keegan Allen, Kimberly Quinn, Denzel Whitaker, Emilia Ares, Ravil Isyanov, Dominic Pace, Emily Hinkler, George Janko, Dimiter D. Marinov, Elizabeth Hinkler, Inja Zalta, Daniyar
Savage Vodlocker (2020)
Genre: Crime, Drama
Release: August 28, 2020
Absolute best TV series I have seen. It is very relevant today. Follow the Money (Danish: Bedrag) is a Danish financial crime thriller set in the renewable energy business in Denmark. But ends with crime on a very high plan. You learn a lot about economy and society in this series. It's both entertaining and at the same time, a kind of education, to be more critical towards the top elite. In our world today, a few people own more, than half of the worlds population. If they wish, they can destroy a country. And that is what this TV-series is really about. It's relevant, it's possible in real life, and it's absolutely worth seeing. See it, you will not regret it.
Director: Sam Kelly
Cast: Jake Ryan, John Tui, Chelsie Preston Crayford, Seth Flynn, Haanz Fa'avae-Jackson, James Matamua, Jack William Parker, Alex Raivaru, Olly Presling, Lotima Pome'e, Italiyah Wilson, Eden Flynn, Poroaki Merritt-McDonald, Taiti Ahiao, Tui Rererangi Aitken
Enola Holmes Vodlocker (2020)
Genre: Adventure, Crime, Drama, Mystery
Release: September 23, 2020
Vodlocker Enola Holmes
So, another version of War and Peace, something we all needed about as much as a new recording of Beethoven's Fifth. War and Peace seems to be to literature what the Mona Lisa is to art – they are seen as the pinnacles of their form but no-one can tell you why. It is all a bit of a mystery. In the case of movie versions of W+P the book seems to have become largely irrelevant and each new version is principally an opportunity to outdo its predecessor for the most stunning camera-work, the most sumptuous ballroom scene, the most extravagant palaces, the war scene with the most extras, the most breathtaking scene. This is not necessarily a criticism but rather the nature of the beast, for while some may deem W+P a "great piece of literature" it is not without its flaws, some of them bigger than Texas. There are really two "stories" in W+P. The main story, and in my opinion the only reason W+P could possibly be regarded as great literature, is the story of Russia, its history and culture, in particularly turbulent times. The chief character in W+P is Russia, and the only film that could do this story justice would be a documentary. The "other" story, the one that deals with the petty tribulations of Natasha, Pierre, Andrei et al, are largely a backdrop that allows Tolstoy to tell this story. Regrettably it is only this secondary story that can be translated into a movie for general entertainment. Therein lies the problem, for this secondary story is neither especially interesting nor populated by great "characters". Natasha must surely be the most thinly sketched character in the history of literature, and what is sketched is uninteresting and annoying. Pierre's is a totally unbelievable character and Andrei is just boring. The "story" is largely a bunch of random fragments strung together, the great majority of which add nothing to progressing the story and could easily have been left out. Pierre drinking on the window sill. The wolfhunt. The party at Natasha's uncle's house. Any scene involving Boris. Any scene involving Boris's mother. The business about old Count Bezuhov's will. Count Bezuhov's entire death scene, indeed Count Bezuhkov's entire existence. Napoleon's famous "that is a great death" scene. I could go on, and on...
This version does not get off to a good start. In its first 15 minutes a camera cruises breathlessly around a party "introducing" us to various people, whose names, identities and relevance are a mystery to the viewer. It could have been an opportunity to ease the average viewer into what is probably the world's most complex novel, but within 15 minutes we have reduced our viewing audience to those that already know the story by heart. Eventually we meet Natasha. This version elects not to portray her as a bubble headed, flighty adolescent, and this at least is a blessed relief. Lily James was a delight in Downton Abbey but here she does not seem to be bringing her "A game". Her character is just not well acted – she has so many facial movements it seems she has been afflicted with St Vitus Dance, and to make matters worse she is dressed in what appears to be a floral nightie recently bought on special at Walmarts. There is not a lot you can do with the "story" of W+P, all you can really do is make a list of all the set pieces and then select which ones you want to include – the choice does not matter much for as I have commented most of them are irrelevant. This time, mercifully, the producers omitted the dreaded drinking on the windowsill scene, for which we may all be eternally grateful. With any W+P we can take as a given that the camera-work will be spectacular, the war scenes will be magnificent, the palaces and estates bigger than Ben Hur. All that really distinguishes one W+P from another is the casting, so how does this version fair? Lily James is always easy on the eye but as already commented, her acting is simplistic and inconsistent. Her accent is at times cockney and her lines often rushed. The impression she gives is not of a Princess but the girl behind the counter at the dairy. She often comes across as surly and pouty, not attractive traits for a Princess. But the most heinous casting mistake is that of Sonja – her cockney accent is excruciating and she would have been better cast as Eliza Dolittle. Even their maid has a cockney accent! Pierre is very well acted, although no actor can make the ridiculousness of his written character entirely credible. It is unfortunate that he is made up as the dead spit of John Denver - it is difficult to take him seriously when any moment you expect him to take out his guitar and burst into "Rocky Mountain High". Andrei and Anatole are as OK as Tolstoy's story could allow them to be, although they did not look like the chick magnets they are supposed to be to me. By far the best cast were Dolokov who had genuine "hunk power" and dare I say it, an actual personality, and Boris. Marya was also very good, although far too pretty to make the nasty comments made of her credible. She has to be the far and away the best actress on the set. There is very little feeling of Russia and given this is the whole point of the book this is a major flaw. Were we not shown the titles of "Moscow" and "St Petersburg", given the predominant accents, we could be forgiven for thinking it was set in the East end of London.
In summary, a mixed bag limited by the source material, like all the others. Can't wait until the next version.
Director: Harry Bradbeer
Cast: Millie Bobby Brown, Henry Cavill, Sam Claflin, Helena Bonham Carter, Fiona Shaw, Adeel Akhtar, Frances de la Tour, Louis Partridge, Susan Wokoma, Burn Gorman, Jay Simpson, Margaret Wheldon, Joakim Skarli, Heather Pearse, Paul Parker
The Nest Vodlocker (2020)
Release: September 18, 2020
Vodlocker The Nest
A motley coed quintet of attractive, but untalented young thespians are hired by a flaky, testy, crippled millionaire (a wonderfully loud and flamboyant turn by Francois Berleand) who resides in an opulent castle abode located deep in the remote woods to put on a play for his scarily quiet autistic grandson. A vicious rapist and serial killer with a foul penchant for butchering lovely young lasses has been conducting a brutal campaign of terror in the same sylvan area. Come nightfall many of the actors and actresses start getting bumped off in assorted ghastly ways. Could it be the serial killer or someone else who's behind the gruesome killings? Director Lionel Delplanque carefully establishes a genuinely spooky and unnerving tone in the deliberately paced opening third before cutting loose with a breathtaking series of ferocious murder set pieces. Better yet, Delplanque adroitly blends the brooding midnight-in-the-graveyard gloom-doom atmosphere of 60's Gothic horror features with the more graphic gag-you-with-a-pitchfork gore that proliferated in gritty 70's fright films into a potently creepy and jarring synthesis. The strikingly savage kill scenes make inspired nasty use of a nail gun, a harpoon, scalding acid, and other deadly implements. And since this is a European movie, there's an explicitly pronounced kinky sexual angle to further spice things up: stunningly comely starlet Clotilde Courau doffs all her duds to show us what she's got (plenty and it's all good, man!) some fifteen minutes into the picture, plus we have lesbianism, voyeurism and the fabulously full-figured Maud Buquet takes a welcome steamy shower. While the story quite frankly suffers from severe lapses in logic and admittedly lacks originality, this movie nonetheless still rates as a satisfyingly harsh, serious and properly twisted shockathon that does the trick with considerable style and aplomb to spare.
Director: Sean Durkin
Cast: Jude Law, Carrie Coon, Oona Roche, Charlie Shotwell, Tanya Allen, Tattiawna Jones, Marcus Cornwall, Michael Culkin, Adeel Akhtar, Annabel Leventon, Peter Hamilton Dyer, Bamshad Abedi-Amin, Oliver Gatz, Christian Jenner, Anne Reid
Antebellum Vodlocker (2020)
Genre: Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Release: September 18, 2020
I was raised in Newport Beach, including Balboa Island, Lido Isle, Corona Del Mar and the peninsula where the famous Wedge is. In reality it is a wonderful city full of great down to earth people. Yes, there has been an influx of superficial people who have flocked there because of it's coastal beauty but they are as relevant to Newport Beach as the cast of Jersey Shore is to the best of the East Coast.
To this day the quiet neighborhoods of local inhabitants are no different than the best of kind and basically boring neighborhoods anywhere.
This show is nothing but a deeply cheap ploy to play on a beautiful and desirable city and fantasize on it's most imaginary superficial aspects to deliver pure crap to those who think they need a fix to accentuate their daily lives.
The residence of Newport Beach are being just as ripped off as the sorry viewers of this show.
Director: Gerard Bush, Christopher Renz
Cast: Arabella Landrum, Jena Malone, Eric Lange, Janelle Monae, Tongayi Chirisa, Achok Majak, Jack Huston, Kiersey Clemons, T.C. Matherne, Robert Aramayo, Marque Richardson, London Boyce, Bernard Hocke, Dayna Schaaf, Gabourey Sidibe
Genre: Drama, Thriller
Release: September 16, 2020
Vodlocker The Secrets We Keep
Congratulations to Shane Meadows for capturing the sights, sounds and smells of the 1980's. It was spellbinding to watch the audience reaction as the set up of the film had its share of laughs for the youthful abandonment and micky taking that made up being a teenager during these times. Switching gear, trouble arrives like a boot to the face, in the shape of Combo. Releasd from prison and seeped in nationalist rhetoric. I found the film made an important distinction between the clans of traditional and neo-nazi skinheads. A point that has been long overdue in film. Focusing on a northern seaside town the setting could be anywhere in the UK, such is the power of the mirror of gang life. a great soundtrack and poignant dialogue when reflecting on the various characters lot...good luck at the awards!
Steve Goodman author "England belongs to me"
Director: Yuval Adler
Cast: Noomi Rapace, Joel Kinnaman, Chris Messina, Jackson Dean Vincent, Amy Seimetz, Miluette Nalin, Madison Paige Jones, Jeff Pope, David Maldonado, Ed Amatrudo, Ritchie Montgomery, Victoria Hill, Thomas Francis Murphy, Rocco Brocato, Jason Boyle
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Release: September 16, 2020
Vodlocker The Devil All the Time
Hellspawn starts with an on screen caption that informs us 'The events you are about to witness are based on a true phenomena. Some material was dramatised, but the basic facts of this supernatural legend remain true', yeah right. We start in 'The Past...' as a woman gives birth to a freaky looking little mutant kid with horns which kills everyone in the room & disappears into some nearby woods, we are informed via an unlikely line of conversation that the thing was a product of her being raped by her husband. Jump forward to 'The Present...' where Mick & Jack receive a phone call from their cousin Frank who ask's them to house-sit while he goes on a fishing trip, the pair agree & head for Franks house situated in the woods near a small town. Once there they hear stories on the news about graves being dug up & dead bodies taken & a legend about a monster that stalks the woods, they don't believe a word of it. That is until they are attacked by the monster ('Big' Dale Strom) themselves, Mick & Jack decide to make a stand against the monster as they figure attack is the best form of defence. Can they put an end to the monsters murderous reign of terror? Who knows... who cares...
Directed by Mark Polonia as Alan Joseph Micheal Hellspawn is a real cinematic turd. The script by John Polonia, lets keep it in the family boys, is absolute crap. It's boring as hell, it's stupid, it makes little sense & is no fun to watch. It provides no entertainment value, is clichéd, predictable, has annoying character's & dull dialogue. The entire thing is set mostly in one house & Hellspawn has more than it's fair share of problems, why is there no police activity anywhere when this monster has supposedly killed numerous people within such a short space of time? What has that guy who talks to the monster have to do with anything? This only happens in one scene & is then totally forgotten. Why or how was this monster created in the first place? I'm not having the fact that it's Mother was raped as any sort of satisfactory explanation, I'm just not having it. There are a few scene that are supposed to show that the monster has emotion & is misunderstood, a bit where it starts to cry for instance, unfortunately these scenes are so poorly done they look ridiculous & since there's no discernible pattern to the monsters behaviour (sometimes it kills... sometimes it breaks down in tears!) or when it gets all tearful it seems out of place & at odds with the rest of the film anyway. Hellspawn is the cinematic equivalent of going to the dentist, it's painful, unpleasant, boring & you feel rotten & ripped-off for having shelled out hard earned cash for the privilege. Having said that you don't get any laughing gas with Hellspawn to soften the experience...
Hellspawn was director Polonia's first film & he seems to have gone on to make a selection of terrible low budget horror crap. The film is atrocious to look at, the monster mask is awful & I seen scarier worn by kids around my area at Halloween. There's a funny scene at the end when a car takes a dive off a cliff & explodes, cut to a shot of a toy car on fire. The 'action' & 'horror' scenes are flat, dull, boring & don't generate any sort of excitement. The sound is awful, half the time you can't hear what people are saying, the music was obviously taken from another film & some of the sound effects are hilarious especially at the end when Jack hits the monster with a chain. Forget about any decent gore, there's a skull with some blood on it & that's about it, exciting eh?
Technically Hellspawn is very poor throughout & even worse then it's straight-to-video fate would suggest, the sound, cinematography, production values & special effects are all bottom-of-the-barrel stuff throughout. The acting is atrocious, plain & simple.
Hellspawn is total crap, all it is is a monster walking around doing nothing in particular edited into scenes of two annoying idiots doing nothing in particular until the last ten minutes when they meet up for a final confrontation, which sucks. Hellspawn has no redeeming qualities whatsoever, definitely one to avoid.
Director: Antonio Campos
Cast: Robert Pattinson, Tom Holland, Bill Skarsgård, Haley Bennett, Riley Keough, Harry Melling, Sebastian Stan, Mia Wasikowska, Eliza Scanlen, Jason Clarke, Douglas Hodge, Drew Starkey, Given Sharp, Lucy Faust, Abby Glover
Release: August 28, 2020
Vodlocker The Garden Left Behind
yes this film was a typical b rated movie that I watched when I was nearly 11.It was bad but there was something which I could not forget and keep myself away and after years I still remember this film.Especially the love scene between Jillian and her boyfriend whom she later killed very brutally,at the last scene... I was child then and was affected too much of the violence.... I later learned she is not a fighter but was practicing sometimes anyway she was pretty good and fighting was OK for her... As I read the other peoples comments I found many similarities about my feelings and theirs.. WATCH THIS FILM....
Director: Flavio Alves
Cast: Michael Madsen, Edward Asner, Carlie Guevara, Danny Flaherty, Anthony Abdo, Alex Kruz, Tamara M. Williams, Dawn Young, Bernadette Quigley, Frances Lozada, Ivana Black, Brock Yurich, Miriam Cruz, Will Krisanda, Kristen Parker Lovell
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Release: September 11, 2020
Vodlocker The Broken Hearts Gallery
What if you saved a souvenir from every relationship you've ever been in? THE BROKEN HEARTS GALLERY follows the always unique Lucy (Geraldine Viswanathan), a 20-something art gallery assistant living in New York City, who also happens to be an emotional hoarder. After she gets dumped by her latest boyfriend, Lucy is inspired to create The Broken Heart Gallery, a pop-up space for the items love has left behind. Word of the gallery spreads, encouraging a movement and a fresh start for all the romantics out there, including Lucy herself.
Director: Natalie Krinsky
Cast: Geraldine Viswanathan, Dacre Montgomery, Utkarsh Ambudkar, Molly Gordon, Phillipa Soo, Suki Waterhouse, Sheila McCarthy, Bernadette Peters, Nathan Dales, Ego Nwodim, Megan Ferguson, Nikki Duval, Emma Hunter, Taylor Hill, Randy Choi
Ava Vodlocker (2020)
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama, Mystery, Thriller
Release: September 25, 2020
Everyone has regrets during the course of their life. Mira Nair's new film, The Namesake, seeks to expound on that idea by showing how a family can live through, overcome, and circumvent them. Based on a well-received novel, the story revolves around a Bengali family whose mother and father have immigrated to America to give their children an opportunity for a life with limitless possibilities. One's heritage and culture can sometimes seem daunting to uphold, especially when in the land of the free, where it is much easier to just leave it on the side of the road as you continue on your own course. If this movie does anything, it shows how even if you don't feel like you are doing something wrong, tragedy can strike, bringing you back to the reality of knowing there are more people then yourself in life, and the way you lived it might have been completely opposite of how you should have.
The Namesake truly encompasses its viewers with the world that it is taking a glimpse into. We have the American traveler back home in India to find a bride, and his future love's acceptance of leaving all she has worked for to go halfway around the world with him. Ashoke and Ashima are very traditional in their ways and assimilate into America, slowly moving up to a home of their own and two young children to share life with. The Ganguli family goes through many ordeals and each is shown in a realistic way allowing the audience to care for these people. Anyone watching will be able to see a mirror on screen to his or her own reality and the trials and tribulations of growing old and independent while still trying to keep the love as close-knit as it was before. However, while a good portion of the film deals with Ashoke, and especially Ashima's journey to America, this background is really setup to bring us to the point where the story begins to follow young Gogol through his maturity into a man. The movie is titled The Namesake, after all, lending itself to be a tale of the offspring. That aspect is shown right from the start when Ashoke is shown on a train that eventually derails. We are given no answers, but instead a fade to black and the start of our journey.
Life needs a bit of tragedy in order to allow our eyes to be opened to the fragility of it all. We can't spend our lives living without fear, because it is that transient quality that keeps us going and striving for more. Ashoke was slowly becoming a robot in his life, visiting his grandfather like clockwork each month, heeding his words that books allow one to travel without moving an inch. That was a life he was beginning to enjoy until the fateful event on his train ride that changed his life forever. It was this instance, marked by a novel he was reading by the author Gogol, which begins it all. It is also this moment that commences his son's descent into conformity himself. What liberates the father eventually becomes the thing that makes his son build walls around his life. It is manifested by the strange first name, in honor of a suicidal eccentric, but really is the clash between his family's traditional ways and the independent life he sees in front of him that causes the struggle within. Rather than accepting who he is so that he can continue on any course of his choosing, he finds he is ashamed, denouncing his very essence, feeling that conforming is the only path he has for success. Life is very cyclical, though, and Gogol himself confronts a moment like no other, one that thaws his heart and soul, allowing him to finally see what life is about. Live with no regrets and you can deal with whatever comes your way.
Besides this being a beautiful story, it brings along with it some wonderful performances. Our main character of Gogol is played to great effect by Kal Penn. Having a filmography consisting of mostly comedic and stereotypical roles, I wasn't quite sure what to make of his casting. However, besides some moments of strain trying to express the rebelliousness and awe of a high school graduate, Penn really takes the role from college years and beyond making it his own. His performance is full of emotion and needs him to be able to turn on the two halves of his life in favor of the other. His confusion and inability to choose which way to go holds everything together. The real stars, though, are Tabu and Irfan Khan, playing Ashima and Ashoke respectively. Tabu is wonderful playing both the scared and cautious newcomer to the US and the resilient, loving mother who holds her family as the most valuable possession she has. As for Khan, he embodies his character like no other. Here is a man with so much intelligence and compassion, all trapped inside his calm demeanor and businesslike façade. These two partook in an arranged marriage, yet the love between them is overwhelming. Never do they need to speak of it aloud, nor show it with more than a smile.
How the tale progresses will leave you with a mingled feeling of both heartbreak and hope. The Ganguli family goes through a lot as it evolves through its generations, passing on wisdom learned. Every moment is real and no second is wasted. Even when I thought it shouldn't have continued on past a point I saw as a fitting conclusion, Nair proved me wrong by bringing us a new journey, necessary for the story to be whole. If you don't leave this film feeling the necessity to see your family, not to verbally express your feelings, but just to acknowledge that they do and always will exist, your heart is already too far gone.
Director: Tate Taylor
Cast: Jessica Chastain, Geena Davis, Colin Farrell, John Malkovich, Diana Silvers, Ioan Gruffudd, Common, Joan Chen, Jess Weixler, Janelle Feigley, Nadezhda Russo, Efka Kvaraciejus, Aramis Merlin, Matt Lindquist, Lin Hultgren
After We Collided Vodlocker (2020)
Genre: Drama, Romance
Release: October 2, 2020
Vodlocker After We Collided
Brazenly ridiculous. It has little to do with the self-satirical original Lake Placid, other than the name. For whatever reason, somebody thought the bargain-basement LP2 warranted a sequel, or a remake, or whatever. So there's yet another generation of these hungry chomping monsters.
Except for Michael Ironside as the quintessential skeptic hick sheriff, and the guy from Eureka poking fun at his Eureka character, the acting is laughably amateurish. The teen actors fare worst; when the girls scream, the shrill noise they emit sounds like an old Talking Tina doll with a broken speech mechanism. The laughable teen soap opera plot doesn't help the paper-thin throw-away characters, either. The knife-wielding nut wasn't bad, considering the outlandish cliché she got stuck with. Don't get me started on that latchkey kid and his weird problems. Throw-away characters have "gator meal" stamped on their heads at all times.
Could the director explain why the gators always grab people's shoes, and drag them for 20 minutes before they decide whether to kill them or not? Do they like to nibble on shoes?
Go in with a "laugh at dumb it is" MST3K attitude, and there'll be a few moments that will not disappoint.
Director: Roger Kumble
Cast: Josephine Langford, Hero Fiennes Tiffin, Louise Lombard, Dylan Sprouse, Candice King, Charlie Weber, Max Ragone, Selma Blair, Shane Paul McGhie, Rob Estes, Karimah Westbrook, Samuel Larsen, Khadijha Red Thunder, Pia Mia, Inanna Sarkis
Mulan Vodlocker (2020)
Genre: Action, Adventure, Drama, Family
Release: September 04, 2020
A young Chinese maiden disguises herself as a male warrior in order to save her father.
Director: Niki Caro
Cast: Yifei Liu, Donnie Yen, Li Gong, Jet Li, Jason Scott Lee, Yoson An, Tzi Ma, Rosalind Chao, Pei-Pei Cheng, Xana Tang, Ron Yuan, Jun Yu, Chen Tang, Doua Moua, Jimmy Wong
Cut Throat City Vodlocker (2020)
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama, Thriller
Release: August 21, 2020
Vodlocker Cut Throat City
He's a shameless fraud who preys on the ignorant and vulnerable. Awful.
Cast: Eiza Gonzalez, Ethan Hawke, Kat Graham, Wesley Snipes, Keean Johnson, Isaiah Washington, Terrence Howard, Joel David Moore, Shameik Moore, Denzel Whitaker, Andrene Ward-Hammond, Sam Daly, T.I., Rob Morgan, Demetrius Shipp Jr.
Tenet Vodlocker (2020)
Genre: Action, Sci-Fi
Release: September 3, 2020
The film begins with Cary Grant meeting and soon falling in love with Carole Lombard. The only trouble is that it turns out Cary is already married! And, to make matters worse, the wife has no intentions of giving him up to Lombard.
A long time ago, I saw this movie and wasn't at all impressed. I really felt that the film was somehow trivializing divorce and supported the idea that infidelity was okay. However, after seeing it again, I realize that the movie really was a lot better than I first thought and I am happy I gave the film another chance. The missing piece that I forgot all about was that the wife (Kay Francis) was truly an awful person and she had tricked Cary Grant into marrying her and never loved him. Given that she went into the marriage fraudulently and given the viper-like speech she made at the end of the film, it really did make sense why Cary dumps this "lady" in favor of sweet Carole Lombard. This is a very adult but slickly made film. It's only deficit is that Charles Coburn (who I love) is given a rather bland supporting role.
Director: Christopher Nolan
Cast: Elizabeth Debicki, Robert Pattinson, John David Washington, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Kenneth Branagh, Cl�mence Po�sy, Fiona Dourif, Michael Caine, Himesh Patel, Andrew Howard, Wes Chatham, Dimple Kapadia, Martin Donovan, Yuri Kolokolnikov, Jack Cutmore-Scott
Mortal Vodlocker (2020)
Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Release: February 28, 2020
With a poll currently taking place on IMDbs Classic Film board for the best movies from the 1915-1919 era,I began to search online for titles to view,and I was surprised to stumble up on the debut appearance of Felix the Cat,which led to me getting ready to see Felix's first tail.
Promising to keep the mice away from taking all their food & drink,a cat called Master Tom waits until the shadows of his owners are long gone,and then secretly leaves the house for a date with Miss Kitty.Seeing no sign of Tom,the mice decide to come out and make make sure that this time the cat will not get the cream.
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Despite sadly not featuring a score,director Otto Messmer is still able to make the film pop with a tremendous bite,thanks to Messmer giving Felix (here named Master Tom!) a gritty,pulp appearance,with Messmer also skilfully using speech bubbles to give the title an animated comic book atmosphere.Along with the stylish design,Messmer also reveals an excellent,jet-black Comedy streak in the movies screenplay,as Miss Kitty reveals that their date was far from innocent,and Felix/Master Tom dies from a suicide!,which thankfully did not stop Felix from coming back to life.
Director: André Øvredal
Cast: Nat Wolff, Priyanka Bose, Iben Akerlie, Arthur Hakalahti, Oddrun Valestrand, Ania Nova, Ravdeep Singh Bajwa, Per Egil Aske, Per Frisch, Martin Grid Toennesen, Sunniva Lind H�verstad, Torunn L�demel Stokkeland, Craig Narveson, Inger Berit Gr�terud, Niko Rusakov
The New Mutants Vodlocker (2020)
Genre: Action, Horror, Sci-Fi
Release: August 28, 2020
Vodlocker The New Mutants
If you watch an episode of Mannix,you will want to watch the show daily.Now,the early 1968 episodes are definitely the best (particularly episode #13,A View of Nowhere)and you should try to catch these first.The 1970-1971 seasons are pretty bad.The last few episodes of '73 are action packed.If you love cop shows, take my advice and watch this one.
Director: Josh Boone
Cast: Maisie Williams, Anya Taylor-Joy, Charlie Heaton, Alice Braga, Blu Hunt, Henry Zaga, Adam Beach, Thomas Kee, Colbi Gannett, Happy Anderson, Dustin Ceithamer, Jacinto Vega SpiritWolf, Chuck, Marilyn Manson
Still Here Vodlocker (2020)
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Release: August 28, 2020
Vodlocker Still Here
The writing on this show is very good indeed. Nice to view a funny show which does not rely on laugh tracks. The action may be minimal, but the interaction and dialogue between the characters is very enjoyable.
Alas, the US seems to see the need to make their own version. Why not just enjoy the original?
Director: Vlad Feier
Cast: Johnny Whitworth, Zazie Beetz, Afton Williamson, Maurice McRae, Larry Pine, Jeremy Holm, Gia Crovatin, Danny Johnson, Justiin A. Davis, Rupert Simonian, Leopold Manswell, Steven Hauck, Lou Martini Jr., Tibor Feldman, Lorrie Odom
Genre: Adventure, Comedy, Music, Sci-Fi
Release: August 28, 2020
Vodlocker Bill & Ted Face the Music
Although I vaguely remember this from the 90s,I saw this show properly for the first time the other day (bought Series 1 DVD). Essentially it depicts the lives of 2 divorcees trying to start a new romance together, despite constant distractions from his ex-wife + her teenage children.
Although the humour is feeble, obsolete even,the show is nonetheless quite substantial simply for 2 reasons:-
1) The actors - 2point4 Children's Belinda Lang plays the ex-wife, and the (back then) really cute Julia Sawalha,of Absolutely Fabulous and Press Gang fame,plays the teenage daughter.
2) The archetypal early 90s British setting; the show is a nostalgic trip into the modest mums, baggy/black-clad teens and horrendous suburban wallpapers of the day!
Second rate by all means; while the BBC had all the essential comedy classics, perhaps ITV intended to spare a weekly slot for such mediocrity. That said, I will give it 6/10 simply for the established actors and the kitsch-yet-classy early 90s cultural setting.
Director: Dean Parisot
Cast: Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter, Kristen Schaal, Samara Weaving, Brigette Lundy-Paine, William Sadler, Anthony Carrigan, Erinn Hayes, Jayma Mays, Hal Landon Jr., Beck Bennett, Kid Cudi, Amy Stoch, Holland Taylor, Jillian Bell
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