The Tenth Level
Inspired by the Stanley Milgram obedience research, this TV movie chronicles a psychology professor's study to determine why people, such as the Nazis, were willing to "just follow orders" and do horrible things to others. Professor Stephen Turner leads students to believe that they are applying increasingly painful electric shocks to other subjects when they fail to perform a task correctly, and is alarmed to see how much pain the students can be convinced to inflict "in the name of science."
- Stars:William Shatner, Lynn Carlin, Ossie Davis, Stephen Macht, Lindsay Crouse, Mike Kellin, Viveca Lindfors, Estelle Parsons, Gregory Abels, Robert Burr, Gary Cookson, Damon Evans, W.T. Martin, Jeff Pomerantz, Billie Lou Watt,
- Director:Charles S. Dubin,
- Writer:George Bellak
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(it) wrote: BEST EPISODE OF POWER RANGERS EVER
(de) wrote: This movie was seemed to be written by a 10 year old and pitched to a bunch of desperate for work low budget porn actors desperate for cash. Terrrrrible acting....., sound was bad for alot of it....the killer is a fat guy with a mullet. Cmon! Did have a couple decent kill scenes and if you can make it there, the end actually was worthwhile. I can appreciate a good low budget horror movie, this isn't one. I got though it pretty much laughing the whole way...pass on this one.
(us) wrote: Ever felt like softcore porn was too hardcore? I understand. Luckily, there's Love Actually. You get to climax when a pair of characters with palpable sexual tension finally kiss. If you don't cum the first time, you get to try again, around six more times. The acting is far better than any softcore porn I have seen, and sometimes, even the comedy is classically great (with additional help from Bill Nighy and Rowan Atkinson). The dozen romance stories -- I don't think I am exaggerating -- are a mixed bag.Highlights:-Liam Neeson, recent widower, encourages his son to go after the girl of his dreams, as a way of moving forward from recent devastation.-Martin Freeman and Joanna Page, two stunt people who model for sex scenes, manage to hit it off really well, and eventually go out.-Bill Nighy records a god-awful Christmas single, and mocks his manager Gregor Fischer all the way towards success. Then Nighy comes to terms that, past the generic sentiments in the song, he feels genuine adoration for Fischer.Medium-lights:-Abdul Salis has no hope for any woman ever being interested in his friend Kris Marshall, who immediately flirts with any woman he sets eyes on. Then Marshall goes to America for a month, proving to Salis that an accent is all he needs to be a sexual stud. And somehow, more than a one-night stand. Maybe some anxiety helps?-Laura Linney crushes on Rodrigo Santoro for a long while, and even gets to bed with him. Soon, all is ruined by Linney's mentally ill brother (all, referring to a single night of sex), and Linney and Santoro return to nothing. Sensual.-Alan Rickman and Emma Thompson are happily married, yet Rickman cannot help but fall under some degree of lust to his secretary Heike Makatsch. Honestly, the relationship between Rickman and Thompson was written and performed so well that I had nearly neglected the fact that Makatsch's character was never developed so far as she has a crush on the boss, and is generally sexual.Low-lights: (You can tell I like talking about what I don't like)-Neither of the two black characters get a victorious hookup. One of them was Abdul Salis. The other is Chiwetel Ejiofor, married to Keira Knightley. Happily, I presume. Anyway, Andrew Lincoln makes everything awkward, and no one knows what the hell is going on with the marriage, friendship, etc.-Colin Firth was in love! And shit fell apart, so he recluses with some Portuguese maid by the name of Lucia Moniz. Language breaks all borders, magically, and they fall in love without knowing a lick of the other person's tongue.-The worst is the most central. (Keyword: most. Do you not see how many stories I have described?) Prime minister Hugh Grant falls in flimsy crush with secretary Martine McCutcheon, but feels awkward when POTUS tries to make a move. What in the fuck have I just written? Love Actually doesn't generally lack self-awareness. It's worse. They lack self-awareness where they most need it. Never mind how marginally the film depicts the day in the life of a bloody prime minister.I reached for laughs. There were few moments that fully delighted me, but more that had charmed me in the context of wanting to care. Two word review: "Apathy Actually."
(es) wrote: Charlie Sheen was a bit fun, it was weird seeing him in this movie, but the role suited him just fine. Linda Hamilton, the ugly Linda was okey here, but she was a bit annoying. Donald Sutherland, the always great Donald was the bad man here.. and that wasn't fun. He shall always be the nice guy! So that wasn't good, but the movie was though good. But not the kind you wanna watch again.
(nl) wrote: A slow-moving drama that never reaches a peak.
(de) wrote: Old Fashion Spy Thriller of Historical Value and Still Fun--Compact spy thriller with excellent performances from Karloff and Lindsay!!
(ag) wrote: Never see this movie.
(ag) wrote: Excellent movie. Hoffman and Redford make a great team. Based on the true life story of events surrounding the impeachment of President Nixon. If you're in the mood for a realistic political drama, this one is excellent.