The Incredible Shrinking Woman
After being exposed to a bizarre mixture of household chemicals, Pat Kramer begins to shrink. This baffles scientists, makes parenting difficult, warms the hearts of Americans, and captures the attention of a group of people who want to take over the world. This evil group plots to kidnap Pat and perform experiments on her so that they can eventually shrink everyone.
- Stars:Lily Tomlin, Charles Grodin, Ned Beatty, Henry Gibson, Elizabeth Wilson, Mark Blankfield, Maria Smith, Pamela Bellwood, John Glover, Nicholas Hormann, Jim McMullan, Shelby Balik, Justin Dana, Rick Baker, Mike Douglas,
- Director:Joel Schumacher,
- Writer:Richard Matheson (novel), Jane Wagner
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(fr) wrote: There are two categories of films that I really just don't tend to watch: apocalyptic or zombie films. '28 Days Later' is the only film that captured my interest and scared the crap out of me. I found it intelligently executed and felt like that was probably the last film of that genre that I would either ever see or think was that good. 'Train to Busan' blew me away with all the damn 'heart' it just contained. Instead of focusing on action and violence, the writing drew me in to care about what was going to happen next because the relationships that are touched on are the focus. I simply loved this film because all the elements work: the sets, the casting, the jump points, and the quiet moments. Even the use of the extras: do they have safety rules in this country of origin for using extras? Those pile-up scenes looked damn real!
(ru) wrote: I love The Hours (the same author of Evening) and I am looking forward to seeing this!
(jp) wrote: Niiiiiiiiiice. Super creepy!
(au) wrote: A quirky black comedy about seduction. And I have no idea where the Green Chair is...
(de) wrote: A Great Romance Story !!!!! To have those wonderful emotions of TRUE LOVE stirring in the heart, is such a great experience.
(br) wrote: This is one of my favorite movies
(jp) wrote: Not the most terrific sequel, but Paul Reubens can be fun at times.
(ru) wrote: Um dos documentrios sobre rock mais influentes de todos os tempos, "Gimme Shelter" conta a histria de um desastroso show dos Stones.
(ca) wrote: Peter Finch is excellent as a career politician, but the script is rather dry and stale.
(ca) wrote: Dredd was a fast paced action packed retelling of Judge Dredd. It did so in a modern and visually sensual way that felt brutally real and pulled you into its story of an overpopulated dystopian future life.
(es) wrote: Joe was first released in the US in the summer of 1970. Despite respectable notices, reasonable box office and an Oscar nom, it vanished shortly afterwards and remained forgotten about throughout the 1980's, before being enthusiastically reappraised, somewhat unjustly, in the US in the late 90's. Thanks to this lengthy unavailability, its reputation has gone on to see it placed (inexplicably) alongside the likes of Michael Winner's original Death Wish. Although revenge is a theme, a film about vigilantism this most definitely is not.The plot isn't worth synopsizing. Its a flabby, hammy and bizarrely stagey ramble about an accidental murder and the unlikely relationship that blossoms out of it. That relationship and the largely class-based quirks of its two leads are exaggerated into ridiculous caricature; these two, and their situation, bear absolutely no relation to reality.Almost everything about the film is cantankerous and begrudgingly antiquated, which makes the whole thing completely fascinating. Hippies are depicted as snide and exclusive misanthropes, hard drugs either make you sleep or dance around maniacally with lipstick on your face, and most young women are prepared to have sex with strangers in exchange for marijuana at the drop of a fly. Its very much a film of the 60's rather than the 70's, so why some industry luminaries have begun to include it in retrospective conversations about the beginnings of the Hollywood New Wave is a complete mystery. Martin Scorcese of all people even got involved, though probably only to give a nod to the dank, lavatorial hues of the grim urban cinematography, which almost certainly influenced Taxi Driver four years later. But Joe seems very much like a furious tirade against the likes of Easy Rider and Bonnie And Clyde, rather than a continuation of that same insurgent cinematic ethos.It isn't a film of any real artistic significance - despite Joe's incontinent fury at everything in his world, it remains a story about absolutely nothing - but its value as a cultural museum piece is unprecedented. Shot on and around the streets of New York City during the darkest hours of the Vietnam war, and at a time when America (and, significantly, its cinema) was being revolutionized to the horror of the old guard, the film ends up, in its own completely oblivious and accidental way, saying more about that period of history than numerous infinitely superior movies that directly endeavored to capture it.But as a film? Despite a really surprising and effective shock ending, this is basically a Michael Winner film, but not as well made. How does that tickle your fancy? ** Incidentally, if you are, like me, a fan of spotting arbitrary background lookalikes, then check out Harold Steptoe at 1:22:11 in the hippy art gallery.
(mx) wrote: You can find some entertainment in this film, but it becomes boring and cheesy throughout the entire film. It gets too redundant and relies on the battle sequences to carry the entire movie.