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D J (us) wrote: A rather pointless drudge through dull grotesquery. Slightly reminiscent in style to Delicatessen, but without any that classic's flair for story-telling or humour. Taxidermia has no rhyme, reason or point to make and only leaves this viewer wondering why it even got to the story-board stage. Don't waste your time.

Brian Z (es) wrote: It's so cute and endearing!

Ian C (mx) wrote: Text book Hill. The class of Paxton and Sadler make you forgive these early roles and comical performances of legends Ice-T and Ice Cube.

Barry L (au) wrote: Daltrey played an extremely convincing crim in this dark depiciton of McVicar...Brutal but compelling.

Kieran M (ag) wrote: 'When the M.C.s caaaaaame to live up the naaaaaame....' GZA and a host of other artists rightly drew inspiration from this distillation of styles we've all come to associate with martial arts movies. At this risk of over Wu-Tanging this review, this is the cream of all of those crops.

Bill M (br) wrote: Mad Martigan must really only enjoy films that are filled with millionaire stars, me? Nah, I like not seeing Will Smith or Tom (plenty of last names to choose from) clutter my 54 inch Panasonic flat! So, that said, are there stars in the movie, thank you no sir! Can't wait to see Ted, a film about a bear that comes to life and he is best friends with a lonely loser who is in really great shape. I don't know a lot of lonely losers that are in Marky Mark shape son! Alright, now to my simple review of this film that I saw in the UK, strange, fun place decent chicks. The action in Dead Season puts the viewer right there with the characters. It's almost a dirty horror film, not because of the genre, but it feels like almost a western/horror film and the characters are slowly forgetting about modern day technology and the ones that have survived are the ones that have let go to some of their past. That said, the main character Elvis, played by Scott Peete still tries to hold onto what he once had but doesn't loose sight on what he must do to survive. The best way I can explain it is if you are texting and driving, you're chances of dieing are at higher risk, so don't text and drive, seems simple enough right? Wrong, just because these zombies are "walkers" doesn't mean they still can't surprise you. Just re-read that, I get what I said, some might not. The other main character is a hot chick named Tweeter, played by Marisa Merril. Why is she hot? Well, I guess the producers of the little film wanted to find distribution so they cast an actress with a great rack! Bonus, she was one hell of an actress too. I couldn't stop watching her, very internal. The acting was key because at times the situations seemed odd, but they never broke and that kept me in this film. Also, they didn't try to do a lot of horror type of scare tactics that most of these films do. The sound and rapid pace and location kept you in tune to the story and what was going on. I think director Adam Deyoe did a wonderful job at telling this story. It was refreshing to see. I grew up a Sam Raimi fan and this was just as fun, less silly but his didn't get to that point until the sequels. Where does it stand? Well, I thought is was a fun little ride and something I could watch again. I say 7 out of 10 star named actors.

Jonathan D (fr) wrote: Striking a truly impressive balance between engaging the mind, the heart, and the heart rate, Inception is the first movie since The Dark Knight that I wanted to see again the very next day (no coincidence since they were made by the same person). It has been said that Hollywood relies too much on special effects to cover lazy storytelling; not so with Inception, where truly stunning visuals only supplement what you'll really be talking about: the story, what it means, how it moved you, and how shockingly original it is. I've never seen anything like it, either in concept or in narrative structure. Neither have I attended, in a long time, a film that gave my brain such a workout.This is a movie that expects you to pay attention and make connections. Leonardo DiCaprio gives a heartbreaking performance, leading a cast of top-notch actors playing interesting characters in a film that appears to be a science-fiction action/heist caper (a rather unique concept in itself), but is actually about guilt, the desire for redemption, and the raw power of simple ideas. Director Christopher Nolan, as he did with Batman Begins and The Dark Knight, takes something fantastic and paints it in realistic tones. This is what unbridled imagination, combined with intelligence, emotion, and talent looks like on film. It is mentally and emotionally challenging. It also has some terrific action (including a physics-bending fight sequence that is jaw-dropping) and is very creative in its use of cinematography, editing, and music. Though comparatively light on language, with no sexual material and action violence where physical harm is not what's at stake (you'll understand when you see it), Inception is nonetheless not recommended for anyone younger than teens due to its complexity and intense subject matter.

Lorelei A (ag) wrote: Fascinating look at Alec Baldwin on the wrong side of Fred Ward.

Dave S (es) wrote: Full star treatment for a movie I've watched so often I've lost count. Great characters, great humour. The scene with Burt and Heather in the basement is one of my favourites. Surprised they haven't got the original cast (those who survived) back together.