The film tells the story of a scary Maestro with supernatural powers, who is being forced out of a small town by its mayor. The movie includes a series of dance routines performed by Michael Jackson and his "family" of ghouls. Every song from the film was taken from Michael Jackson's HIStory and Blood on the Dance Floor albums.
- Stars:Michael Jackson, Pat Dade, Amy Smallman, Edwina Moore, Mos Def, Seth Smith, Kendall Cunningham, Loren Randolph, Heather Ehlers, Michael Balderrama, Troy Burgess, Nicole Pantenburg, John Gregory, Travis Payne, Michael Gregory,
- Director:Stan Winston,
- Writer:Stan Winston (screenplay), Mick Garris (screenplay), Stephen King (story), Stan Winston (story), Mick Garris (story), Michael Jackson (story), Stephen
The story tells of a small town that is very much bothered by a very strange and weird man living in a visually haunted house. One day the mayor decides to go with a couple of people from ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(nl) wrote: This movie doesn't break any new ground or tell us anything we didn't already know about the history of the Amityville saga, but I enjoyed it for what it was...... it's certainly hands down better than most of the Amityville sequels we've been subjected to over the years.....
(mx) wrote: Filmmaker Albert Brooks, sets out to document one year in the life of a normal American family. A bold sociological experiment to observe real life with minimal intrusion of the film making process. This is the story about the production of that film, and the miserable, hilarious failure to meet those goals."Real Life" is a mockumentary that holds up quite well and is probably even more relevant today than when it was released in '79. The driving force of the comedy is in the narcissism of Brooks' character; a neurotic jackass so self absorbed that he can't see that he's invalidating his entire project with his need to insert himself into his subjects lives as both protector and tormentor.While there are a few misses and it does get a little aimless in the middle, the comedy is, for the most part, dead on. My favorite thing was the high-tech digital cameras that look like a cross between a diving helmet and the pod from "2001: A Space Odyssey". The way you'd occasionally see a cameraman nonchalantly walk through the background of a scene with this "thing" on his head, with no acknowledgment from anyone in the scene, is a solid running gag.
(mx) wrote: This is a humorous but inappropriate movie what makes it inappropriate are there are some parts in the movie that should not be seen for kids. But it is a good funny inappropriate movie. But towards the end of the movie is smash mouth the band is in this movie. My favorite actor that was in this movie was Cuba Gooding was Hilarious The rest of the actors and actresses were funny. My favorite part in this movie was the line would you like to buy a squirrel. So it's a good movie!! It's my favorite movie!!!
(jp) wrote: Not horrible. But pretty boring.
(au) wrote: Amusing at times but there's no real reason to give this your time unless you love Bette and Woody so much that you can't get enough of them.
(nl) wrote: 150209: I could critique small flaws in this movie but there is no way I will. This is a fantastic story, even as I write this 28 years later. KISS.
(mx) wrote: Just when you think you know what is going on, things get ridiculous. I wasn't sure if I should believe what Belushi was saying about the UFO's in the movie until the very end. The character development is good, that was the best part of it, they didn't need all the ridiculousness going on. It also could have been funnier, but in the end it's entertaining.
(br) wrote: A classic disney comedy, Ustinov steals the show as ever, but it is a pretty good all around script.
(mx) wrote: Terrific 1960s update of the Chandler/Hammett hard boiled detective story. Paul Newman plays Lew Harper, a hip PI hired by wealthy lady Lauren Bacall (a nice callback to her role in "The Big Sleep") to find her missing husband. In the classic tradition of the detective novel, there is is rogues gallery of characters, including Shelley Winters as an alcoholic has-been actress, Julie Harris as a woman with a secret, the gorgeous Pamela Tiffin as a society girl, Robert Wagner as something of a playboy and Strother Martin as a new age cult leader. Competently, though not spectacularly, by Jack Smight, who's mostly remembered for his "Airport" films, but the film's real behind the scenes star is screenwriter William Goldman, who adapted his screenplay from a Ross Macdonald novel. It's a complex story that's told with precision and with flair. Goldman's dialogue is a particular standout, with loads of great moments that seem like throwaway like that I love, like when Newman dismisses the gorgeous Tiffin's flirtatiousness by saying, "You need a tail on your kite - something to slow you down. So you'll stop acting like a bitch in heat every time something pretty in pants wanders by." Johnny Mandel provides a good score, though it seemed a bit more glib and comedy oriented that I would have liked. Conrad Hall also provided the excellent photography of the bright LA setting, which is quite a contrast dark moody noirs. There was a sequel about ten years later, and Newman played a detective again about twenty years later in the underrated "Twilight", which I always like to think was an unofficial sequel to these films. Overall, this is a must see for fans of detective films, and although it's not quite a genre breaking as something like "Chinatown" it's still a great ride.
(au) wrote: Hey Baby, I think this picture is as gas!!!
(gb) wrote: Tom hardy deserves an Oscar!
(nl) wrote: This is one terrific film! Fantastic acting all around! Billy Bob, Lucas Black, and Dwight Yoakam are outstanding! And John Ritter and J.T. Walsh totally own their roles too! The main man, Karl, is one of the most interesting characters I've seen! He's creepy, yet kind. Sort of freaks me out, yet I want him to live in my garage too. I guess I'm a bit like the boy, Frank. And he's got such great quotes too: "I like them French fried potaters", "some folks call it a Sling Blade, I call it a Kaiser Blade", "I reckon" "all right then" , and of course, "mmm, hmmm". I agree with the boy, I like the way you talk Karl! And great outfit too! Yes sir, one heck of a film!
(kr) wrote: awesome movie story fight scenes death excellent portrayal