What an absolutely beautiful movie – right up to the point where it suddenly has the most miserable ending in movie history. I’m now thoroughly depressed. Bah.
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The Killer Shrews, made in 1959, is everything a B-movie should be. Really really bad, really really funny, and awesome entertainment. IMDB give this film 2.5/10 which is probably 2.5 more than it actually deserves in terms of artistic merits, but who cares! Ray Kellog manages to direct this truly dreadful script with flair and
I don’t know where to start. I really don’t. I think I need to make an assumption, really. If you watched Shaun of the Dead and thought that (a) it was really stupid and (b)Ã‚Â that that was a bad thing, then you’re not going to enjoy Hot Fuzz. It’s another ACEBEST stupid-fest by Simon
Why is it that the trinity of Danny Elfman, Tim Burton and Johnny Depp can do no wrong? Yet again, this is another triumph of cinema backed with a particularly beautiful soundtrack. The only downside is that Christopher Lee doesn’t get to sing, but we can’t have everything 🙂
“That movie was brilliant.” Coming from Tristan, that’s high praise indeed. Normally a question like ‘did you enjoy that’ will illicit a response of ‘yeah’, if you’re lucky. Unprompted praise is a rare thing indeed. Then again, Appleseed is pretty special. Not the best Manga in the world, but certainly a damn sight better than
It’s not every subtitled Japanese movie which is able to hold a seven year old, a nine year old, and a pair of thirty-somethings equally transfixed. Not going to give anything away, but this is a beautiful movie which any manga or Final Fantasy fan owes it to themselves to see. Warning – those who
Muhh – watched this last night. Well, we had to really – after watching Jurassic Park and all. God, the dialogue in this movie is dreadful 🙂 I mean, in the original it was reasonable, with the exception of Sam Jackson’s Liscene(sp?) speech, but in Lost World it’s a never ending stream of techno-babble blurted