Leroy & Stitch
Lilo, Stitch, Jumba and Pleakley have finally caught all of Jumba's genetic experiments and found the one true place where each of them belongs. Stitch, Jumba and Pleakley are offered positions in the Galactic Alliance, turning them down so they can stay on Earth with Lilo. But Lilo realizes her alien friends have places where they belong, and it's finally time to say "aloha."
- Stars:Robert Carlyle, Rose Byrne, Jeremy Renner, Harold Perrineau, Catherine McCormack, Daveigh Chase, Chris Sanders, David Ogden Stiers, Kevin McDonald, Tia Carrere, Kevin Michael Richardson, Rob Paulsen, Jeff Bennett, Zoe Caldwell, Bobcat Goldthwait, Jillian Henry, Lili Ishida, Tress MacNeille, Rocky McMurray, Liliana Mumy,
- Director:Tony Craig, Roberts Gannaway,
- Writer:Roberts Gannaway, Jess Winfield
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(de) wrote: Robert Pattinson!? Deep breath, in through the nose, out through the mouth, in Cronenberg i trust...in through the nose, out through the mouth.
(gb) wrote: "A demented jag of blasphemy, multicultural weirdness, splatter-movie tropes and inchoate meat metaphors!" Not to mention incest, sex addicted evangelical Priests (played wonderfully by Trekkie Walter Koenig), and, yes, a weird abundant amount of kung fu. Totally off the wall and very surreal.
(mx) wrote: Solid police drama set in Paris. Natalie Baye gives a nuanced performance and the other actors keep up with her, making this movie an unvarnished look at the lives of cops in the city.
(br) wrote: looooooove this movie!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
(ca) wrote: Can't believe I hasn't heard of this before today. My good American came over for a movie day and we watched it as it's one of her favorites, and I loved it. So funny and entertaining. Will definitely watch it again in the near future. 6/10
(ag) wrote: Silly. Entertaining. Pretty.
(us) wrote: Led by surprisingly mature performances from its child leads, the genre-bending Let Me In is a delightful experience.
(jp) wrote: Underrated Bruce Willis action flick from the writer/director of the "Road House," which is frequently mocked but is actually a solid popcorn film. This film isn't exactly "The French Connection" but it is an entertaining police story about Bruce as a Pittsburg river cop who's now persona non grata on the rest of the police force after testifying against his partner who then committed suicide. The main mystery of the film revolves around a series killer who Bruce was investigating before be moved to be a river cop reemerges and targets Bruce and his new partner, Sarah Jessica Parker. Although the story isn't anything special, there are some solidly directed action sequences and and cast to die for, which besides Bruce and Parker (who I liked quite a bit and thought maybe I should finally give "Sex and the City" a try) the film also features Dennis Farina, Tom Sizemore, Robert Pastorelli, Timothy Busfield, John Mahoney, Andre Braugher and a couple of my favorite character actors Brion James and Tom Atkins. And I can't be certain about this, but I think this may have been one of the last of Bruce's films to feature his real hair.