Sexy salon owner Tyme Prentice (Terry Dexter) has a problem that any woman would envy: choosing between her on-again off-again boyfriend, jazz musician Marcelles Wynters (Morris Chestnut) and the handsome and charming neighborhood UPS man, Harvey (played masterfully by newcomer Andre Pitre). R&B star Avant, American Idol finalist, Trenyce Cobbins, actress Ellia English(The Jaime Foxx Show, Curb Your Enthusiasm), and C.O.C.O. Brown round out this stellar cast. With show-stopping new music by R&B songstress Vivian Green, this magical production is entertainment at its finest. For a fun-filled evening of laughter and romance, make time for David E. Talbert's Love In The Nick Of Tyme.
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Ross C (ca) wrote: Excruciatingly slow, overblown melodrama.
Jon C (jp) wrote: for 2006:this review is coming up a decade after the pop cultural musical phenomenon hit with audiences;for a long while musicals went out of style and everyone had to get with the times, that is until director Kenny Ortega brought the excitement back with a Disney Channel Original Movie about standing out, not sticking to the status quo, and reminding everyone that we are all in this togethersure it's corny and unrealistic, not to mention that the plot has been done before but the movie does its job well of speaking to younger generation that breaking free from your social constraints isn't a bad thingtrying something new and being two things at the same time against the judgment of others is a big risk even when you're a teenagera collection of yet-to-be-known actors came into the mix as well from Zac Efron to Vanessa Hudgens to Ashley Tisdaleyes they are stereotypes from the star athlete to the nerdy, shy girl to the queen bee of the student body and maybe they are playing one-dimensional parts but that doesn't mean that they are bad actorsit's still a big rainbow of people that belong to their own cliques yet learn to merge togetherthe songs are very memorable and you'll be humming and tapping your toes to several of themit's a squeaky-clean representation of the high school experience without the bad stuff involvedlike the filmmakers and the actors involved we didn't know it would be a surprise-hit but it definitely struck a chord with tweens as well as musical-fansHSM would later re-define the musical genre inspiring theater productions, concerts, sequels, and other film incarnations I'll admit I am still a devoted fan and at first I was reluctant to give it a try but after checking it out back in May 2006 I saw what the excitement was aboutit's just a fuzzy, positive, feel-good natured movie that makes you want to break out in song if only all of our high schools were this enthusiastic about music
Joshua R (ag) wrote: One of the Best & most underrated film of the 1990's! A masterpiece! Mark Pellington skillfully directs this conspiracy addled psycho-drama starring an as-always ecxellent Jeff Bridges and a very creepy Tim Robbins.Arlington Road is a hallucinatory, spellbinding, and expertly crafted piece of cinema that they don't make enough of anymore. Hitchcock would have Loved it! A-
DC F (br) wrote: Anthony Perkins fell a long way from Psycho and this movie seems like a student project gone bad. It was poorly constructed and not nearly as creepy as the writers meant for it to be. This was a complete flop and is why you never heard of it!
Zachary M (de) wrote: This concept works on two levels of metaphoric levels. It feeds the fuel on tin hat wearing conspiracy theorists about the idea of aliens and/or a government conspiracy is secretly watching and controlling our lives and our thoughts. It also plays into the idea of a ruling class of both political and economic stance that also do more or less the same thing. What sells it above all other paranoia type films is the action, and specifically the performance by Roddy Roddy Piper. When talking about great action heroes of all time, I believe the Hot Rod needs to be in the consideration even if he didn't have as many roles as many other notable action move character actors. That is just how perfect he sells the action and humor of this movie. Movies can be made or broke by its leads, and this one is certainly made by it.
Melanie G (mx) wrote: Got through maybe 20 min of it and had to turn it off. Horrible!
Mitchell B (ru) wrote: Chevy Chase's dry humor brings to the world of movies a hilarious comedy. A classic!
Synth D (de) wrote: This is so much better than Ghost Rider.
Cade H (ca) wrote: The Frozen Ground features some big name actors and that will catch your eye. However, this mystery/crime thriller stays by the books and never really amps up the intensity or the fun until the final 15 minutes. The acting is solid (yes, even Nicolas Cage) and John Cusack plays a great bad guy. I always dislike it when shortly into the movie you know who the killer is even if it creates a little cat and mouse game like this one. It was a little slow at times but it had its moments where a clue was found or something discovered and it pulled my attention back in. There are much worse Crime Dramas out there right now so this isn't a bad choice if your looking for a little Cage action and a serial killer mystery set in Alaska.
Dorianator F (nl) wrote: Amazing movie. Great acting, great story, great direction, great soundtrack, just great overall. I could watch it many times and never get bored.