Blackballed: The Bobby Dukes Story
Caught cheating and banned for ten years, Bobby Dukes, paintball's first superstar, returns to reclaim his title and erase the memory of his tainted past.
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Savanna M (au) wrote: Absolutely beautiful, thought-provoking, heart-tugging, and brilliantly executed into a true gift to cinema. One of the greatest tear-bringing movies of the decade, and completely warm and loving in a way that is entirely life changing. Acting is flawless and dedicated to the roles, honest and open, adding the greatness of the film. All in all, a marvelous work of art.
Lovro H (es) wrote: For a very large portion, this movie is very disturbing, realistic and scary. But, the ending ruins the movie, as it falls into the generic/basic found-footage ending. The movie's story is quite interesting and holds a lot of promise. It reminded me a lot of the Safe Haven short from V/H/S 2. So, two people go to the 'headquarters' of one doomsday cult which believes that the world will end very soon. We are then treated with a few 'normal' days of the cult, but the closer it is to the end, the more we find out about the cult and how messed up it actually is! There are some really frightening scenes in this movie. Most of the creepy scenes are with Michael. Michael is, what his followers believe, God. He leads them. David Macrae did an amazing job with this character. He is very disturbing when on-screen. Unfortunately I can't say the same for the rest of the characters. Most of the cult followers aren't really the best of actors, nor are they as interesting. There are no jump-scares in this movie, it's all just atmosphere and sounds. The movie builds up to something shocking, but really dumb. The ending dissapointed me a lot. I won't spoil it. All in all, a good found-footage horror movie that is actually scary.
Peter W (au) wrote: It's pretty good up until the last 2 minutes as the ending kinda blows.
James K (fr) wrote: Sometimes, comedy and horror don't mix, and the end result can be not that entertaining to watch. Trying to put in some humor in an otherwise dark film, kind of distracts the point being made: survival. However, these two very different genres did come together by a spot of luck in 2009's "Zombieland" to brighten our day. As well as give a nice parody on the whole zombie sub-genre of film, too. Here, we are given both comedy and horror that is presented in both a unique and fun way. While there are some minor problems that are presented, the film as a whole is smart, creative, and funny along the way. "Zombieland" is a nice little treat that combines comedy and horror together in a wild and zany ride. It's time to nut up or shut up.The plot is very simple: zombies have taken over the United States of America, and it's all thanks to some contaminated meat. There's not that many surviving humans, and the few that are out there all have the same problem: they are going to die. Luckily, there are four survivors named Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg), Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson), Wichita (Emma Stone), and Little Rock (Abigail Breslin). Together, they must learn to ultimately trust each other in this undead wasteland. And there's no Twinkie that is safe."Zombieland" has a lot of things going for it. For one thing, the story is both original as well as funny. This not only comes from the really creative and inventive ways the zombies are killed, but also from the improvisation of all our actors. In fact, most of the zombies that are presented here, along with the make up and special effects, have a comical nature to them. Which is interesting, because while watching the movie, one might get a feeling that a cartoon is being played out. And going back to our actors, under the direction of Ruben Fleischer , every one actor and actress deliver great performances with what they are given. Especially Harrelson, who more than definitely steals the show as the comical Tallahassee.With the location of Georgia as our setting (and a brief moment in Los Angeles), the scenery looks like the movie could be filmed in any location, and every little attention to detail is near perfection, it makes one wonder what the world might come to if a zombie apocalypse could actually occur. Plus, the music by David Sardy, as well as the accompanying soundtrack, provide a good listening to the ears. "Zombieland" is a fun enjoyable horror/comedy that will leave the viewer entertained all the way through.However, with that being said, that's not to say that there are some problems with the movie. And most of it comes from the pacing. The movie goes rather quickly, and that's not saying it's a bad thing, it's just that we jump from one moment to the next within a short period of time. And because of this quick nature, we do not have time for development on certain things. Like giving a flashback to when the whole zombie epidemic first started out; rather showing us than explaining to us at the beginning of the movie. Basically, if the pacing for this film had been slowed down a little, then the movie would have been perfect.In conclusion, "Zombieland" is a good movie, despite having some issues with the pacing, and it definitely brings together both comedy and horror together rather nicely.
Randy M (au) wrote: Please, not a lego movie.
Kem W (kr) wrote: Not my favorite Michael Moore documentary but compelling nonetheless. Moore lays out a convincing case for how the Bushes and the Bush administrations cozied up to the Saudis during the '90s and early '00s. W. looks darn close to evil in his treatment of the post-9/11 aftermath. Recommended.
Akira A (ag) wrote: The best of the third movies
Nathan C (es) wrote: Seems real.... but its not.
Lupus D (au) wrote: Accessible Brass fare. The chick in this one isn't the best, though.
Jaime L (au) wrote: Another scary movie that doesn't gives anything new to this worn out genre. At least the first part was entertaining because it had an originally story and it was in a way a clever movie; but this one is just another pretext to create a franchise based on a movie with a little successful. The movie is very predictible and sometimes feels boring but the worst part is that this one is supposed to be an scary movie but in fact it doesn't scare at all.
Ricardo C (fr) wrote: Na tradio das longas-metragens de animao nipnica, "Paprika" belo, complexo e transcendente, com visuais esplendorosos e talvez as melhores tcnicas de edio que os meus olhos j viram, sendo tambm uma clara inspirao de Christopher Nolan na criao de "Inception - A Origem". A ltima obra de Satoshi Kon prova de que enquanto os estdios de animao americanos teimam em abraar o conforto de frmulas mais do que gastas, os filmes de animao japoneses almejam as estrelas e continuam a desafiar a preceo da audincia.
Leonard D (us) wrote: Slip me the cash, and I'll slip you the wiener!I don't have any cash!Then I don't have a wiener!That is what makes the whole movie great!
Andrew L (ag) wrote: Really bad movie. A woman who gets possessed by a spirit of a ninja seeks revenge on the people who killed him. Nothing special, bad film editing and acting...what do you expect from a Golan and Globus film.
Quincy T (de) wrote: Never heard of Resident Evil: Damnation before? Can't remember which movie it is since most Resident Evil movies have one spectacular word in the title but ultimately fails to deliver? Worry not, Resident Evil: Damnation is a 3D animation Blu-Ray/DVD spin-off which didn't air in cinema, so at least you won't regret paying for ticket. Using full CGI, the movie has excellent visual and wicked action scenes, although the usual problem of campy one-liner and some plot issue linger like bad does of T-Virus.Graphic is top-notch, it's on par with some of the best CG of this gen. Facial structure and body motion have been polished greatly, and props to Capcom for making hair look quite realistic. The shiniest part is how it cleverly manipulates the lighting, every light source has different ambiance. Tone of atmosphere looks differently under many shades, be it from moonlight, sunrise, tiny light from bullet holes or even simple flashlight. Shadow dances about delicately, making the contrast of light and dark even more featured.Monsters are eerie down to its gruesome details, especially noted in occasional switch to first person view. While there are not many kinds, the movie highlighted its monsters with dynamic speedy movement and imposing physique. The movie succeeds in capturing the intense essence of older Resident Evil games, while not as consistently as it could've been, it's certainly better than what its predecessors had to offer. Action is swift and neatly done, some are melee hand to hand combat, and silly it may be, Ada Wong fighting against female president is quite the spectacle.At latter part, the action intensifies with remarkable pace. There are not many sequences that can rival the movie in its climatic moment, even amongst today's adventure movie or game. However, these bits are rather short compared to the dull slow build up, its graphic is not without fault either. In some larger scale scenes, motion and details aren't as smooth as the rest. The constant slow-mo might get old and it becomes very apparent from the number of stuffs thrown, it caters to 3D viewing.Story is expectedly confusing, despite the social and political back story it tries to present. It's a shame, since the plot could've been more solid if only there's more explanation than stupid quips. Resident Evil is infamous in its regurgitation of B-movie humor attempt, it thinks that it's clever, it's most definitely not. I find it hard to believe anyone would have the time to produce corny remarks when running from homicidal nightmarish creatures. The bad dialogue also hurts characterization, even though the movie barely has any character development to speak of. In several scenes, it tries to draw some sort of emotion, but the ludicrous script contradicts the effort. This is not some self-deprecating jokes that can be funny, it is just bad. Story severely needs more clarity, things just sort of happen, little to none explanation is given as it pushes more dramatic moments with frivolous lines.Somber chirping tracks accompanies the movies; it's pretty good, obviously bringing more reminiscence and some tension. Dubbing is decent, there's a lip-sync awkwardness, but it is expected in multilingual film. Ending song is simply atrocious, bad marketing decision since the credit also serves as teaser for Resident Evil 6.It's undeniably the film has some production value as quality of the visual and action are high. Capcom commendably elevates the graphic, but the use of flimsy screenplay and inane catchphrase should be things of the past. The franchise is trapped in the limbo of advancing technology and mundane writing. As it stands now, Resident Evil: Damnation is a decent DVD spin-off plagued with tiresome plot.