A supernatural thriller set in a cozy Tennessee town where Sheriff Jimmy Muldoon and younger brother, Deputy Lloyd Muldoon, have a firm grasp of law and order until a stranger, Denny White, comes to town and horrible things begin to happen.
- Stars:Louis Mandylor, Brad Thornton, Costas Mandylor, Francesca Cecil, James Marshall, Tom Wright, Holt Boggs, Josie Davis, Christie Lynn Smith, Irish Ann Burch, Steel Chambers, Samuel Doak, Adam Doench, Dwayne Doud, Steve Effler,
- Director:Joel Bender,
- Writer:Devin Watson
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(it) wrote: Boring start. Too many subtitles. Best and only good part was seeing scrumptious Pierce Brosnan.
(br) wrote: who told Terrance Howard that was a south african accent. Frankly, being from South Africa, this is an embarrassment.
(us) wrote: Some twists and turns i did NOT predict, but again it was a sun morning!
(br) wrote: Not sure how to approach a movie so legendarily boring, the opening features that classic hallmark of dreary cinema: a long, slow driving sequence (Manos: The Hands of Fate anyone?). It was at this point that I realised this was going to be just as tedious as many people have said, but it was worse. There are few things more irritating to me than an artsy film which has nothing to say, and that's exactly what this is. Should you choose to wander off as the movie plays, and I honestly wouldn't blame you if you did, you could return 20 or so minutes later, and I promise you wouldn't have missed a single thing, unless you count the sound of trampled gravel and heavy breathing. Not so much a cinematic experience as it is a test of endurance, if you asked 2 of your dullest mates to take a camera out to the wilderness and film everything they did (and I do mean EVERYTHING), this is more or less what you'd get. Scenes that last forever without payoff or plot advancement, benign dialogue, endless walking scenes and a musical score that sounds just as disinterested as the audience, this is the celluloid equivalent of water torture, the pain slowly but surely increasing with each passing frame.
(de) wrote: Two stars for having Mira Sorvino, but why'd she accept this stinker of a script?
(gb) wrote: In a time of separation, change, and -in honor of the super bowl- football; a movie such as Remember the Titans is a great reminder of the enduring actions that took place when America was in another time of great change. This movie portrays the real life story of a town called Alexandria, Virginia experiencing major integration transitions in 1971. Not only does their high school, T.C. Williams High, become integrated; but also their praised football team who traded their beloved head coach Bill Yoast (Will Patton) for an African American coach named Herman Boone (Denzel Washington). Washington again provides the world with another great performance. His portrayal of a high-stressed and intense football coach is evident as he tends to obnoxiously chew his gum throughout every play of a game and expresses his anger with football referees by humoring the audience with his lack of personal space and dramatic hand motions. Boone, a humble and family-oriented man, decides to let Yoast become an assistant coach; together the two struggle to work hand-and-hand in front of the town and, more importantly, their players throughout the season. This movie is an inspiring reflection of one of the greatest transitions in American history, shown through the eyes of all ages and a sport that we have all grown to love.The original T.C. Williams High football captain and All-American, Gary Bertier, was brilliantly played by Ryan Hurst. Hurst turns Bertier's natural aggressive body posture into a less-dominant and respectful-type mannerism in times of tension. Usually, this happens when Washington approaches Bertier with his portrayal of an intimidating and almost humorous type of coaching authority. Another character that was delivered by a talented actor was Bertier's new found friend, Julius Campbell (Wood Harris). Harris also turns his intimidating first impression into a surprisingly timid personality throughout the movie. This was conveyed to the audience when Julius walks into Bertier's white dominant neighborhood for the first time and delivers a nervous stutter when confronted by Bertier's neighbors. Ultimately, both of these actors were able to take the harsh judgements people had regarding their new found friendship and reacted in a way that will surely make the audience feel uncomfortable at times. Later on in the movie the actors were able to warm the hearts of all that were watching by bringing comfort and a sense of brotherhood to both of their characters whenever they would step onto the football field. Scenes like this captured the hearts of many due to the genius behind the camera, Philippe Rousselot. Rousselot's ingenuity perfectly captured a scene where Sunshine wants to take Blue and Petey to a restaurant to celebrate their win. When Sunshine forces his two friends into the restaurant, Rousselot captured Petey and Blue's desire to hide by creating an over-the-shoulder shot, giving the audience the perspective of the two young men's unwelcome feeling in a public venue within their own town. Shots like this helped depict the society-changing transition this town was going through from both the white and African American perceptive. The emotions this movie illustrates to its audience is due to the work of Gregory Allen Howard who beautifully wrote the screenplay for this movie. Howard was able to show the audience how to turn tragedy into togetherness with his inspirational, heart-warming, and witty screenplay. As he located a memorable scene at the Battlegrounds of Gettysburg, he had Washington deliver a speech to the players that will surely send chills down your spine. Howard was able to deliver a lesson of overpowering hate with acceptance in a way that makes the audience form a loving bond towards this movie. This lesson was greatly needed for that time (1971), but also one that our society is in need of today. Because "before we reach for hate; always, always, we remember the Titans".
(ca) wrote: I'm in love with Kolya
(fr) wrote: A tasteful sequence, it's a comedy like no other topped with amazing performances that keep you smiling. If you're looking for a twisted well crafted comedy, this is a great choice!
(jp) wrote: It was quite a depressing example of good editing. Sadly. I know it got a point for my studies but it reminded me of Lithuanian cinema too much as well as of Soviet Union. Probably it was the same everywhere at that period, and all the European nations have too much of similarities. But in a way it was painful cause it destroyed the myth in my mind that west Europe is different, is somehow better and brighter...Some ideas of film-making were really brilliant: parts of editing, use of sound in some episodes. But as once I was fond of heavy dramas now I am sick of this genre: movies must lift the human being, inspire, motivate, but it shouldn't depress...
(ru) wrote: A masterpiece. The best Arrabal movie I have seen.
(us) wrote: This version of Hamlet is a filmed version of the 2008 cast of the Royal Shakespeare Company production. It stars David Tennant as Hamlet and Sir Patrick Stewart as both Claudius and the ghost of King Hamlet. The plot, for those of you who at this point have somehow missed it is this. Hamlet's father Hamlet, King of Denmark, is found dead. Hamlet returns from school in Wittenberg for Hamlet's funeral and discovers that Hamlet's Wife has remarried Hamlet's brother Claudius making him Hamlet's step-father. Hamlet then sees the ghost of Hamlet who tells Hamlet that Hamlet was murdered by Claudius. Hamlet seeks to avenge Hamlet's death by murdering dear old uncle-dad. Did you follow all that?Things I Liked:David Tennant. Now this is a Hamlet I can get behind! Tennant soars as Hamlet playing a quirky and interesting dynamic between Hamlet's "madness" and his more lucid moments, the speeches and soliloquies are thoughtful yet not overdone and he really stands out without trying to be a leading man in a film. David Tennant is spectacular in this version and I can only imagine what seeing him live must have been like.Patrick Stewart. Sir Patrick Stewart is a legend and he reminds us of why here. His portrayal of both Claudius and Hamlet's Ghost are distinct and interesting and each have their own power. They take control of scenes and they harness a lot of moments that really soar sometimes even above Tennant's performance. The work Stewart does is a magnificent array of emotion and expressions, some subtle some broad and all interesting.The Tone. While it has it's darker and it's more depressing moments, this Hamlet plays a lot with the humorous moments. Polonius is a great source of comic relief and Tennant's madness is not overdone and is a bit clownish which really helps to keep you interested as opposed to many grim and troublesome variations of Hamlet. I was so delighted that this one allowed humor in and quite a bit. It made the movie much more enjoyable.Things I Didn't Like:Ophelia. Mariah Gale as Ophelia fell a little short in this one. She wasn't very memorable or interesting and fell by the wayside and when she finally has her tragic fall into madness, it isn't something that grabs at your heartstrings because you find you do not care about her the way you should.The setting. The way the film is set up feels like too many different places. It feels like the world is disjointed from itself and never appears cohesive. It has a very stylistic approach which makes sense with it being adapted from a play. But overall there are moments that seen a little out of place and it can be distracting at times.Overall. Overall this version is my favorite so far. Tennant and Stewart carry a film that I feel captured the tone of the play very well and the script's cuts make it feel as though nothing is missing. There are issues with the star power overshadowing the other characters, most notably Ophelia and the setting seems odd and sometimes distracting. But the story is the true star and the actors bring it out in a wonderful way.