There's Always Vanilla
A young man returns to his home city of Pittsburgh and moves in with an older woman whom he begins to rely on for emotional and financial support.
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James R (it) wrote: This is a decent Christmas comedy that while entertaining at parts, there were plenty of mindless and senseless humor that just didn't hit the mark. Office Christmas Party is pretty much what I expected.
Carmen O (es) wrote: The thing about people who rate here is that if one person says they don't like it, the rest feel compelled to say they don't like it. Which is why if a movie has a low rating here, the more likely I am to watch it. Regardless of what others may think, I like it. It's a interesting story, you can tell the kids are in danger, lots of people have been killed by the psychos, especially children. We find out exactly how sick the bad guys are, the actress especially has a very good performance. And even the ending makes sense, even if some people think it doesn't. First of all, it's a forest and now a days lots of people carry those kinds of weapons in their trunks including people who are in law enforcement. If I were in their place and it was real life, I would be doing exactly what they are doing in the end. Does it have faults, sure, but lets get real, for a horror movie it's not bad at all. I've seen a lot worse movies. Please to you "expert" movie reviewers, stop pretending you are "experts" and just give movies fair ratings. Not all movies should be "works of art" that only appeal to Rotten Tomato reviewers.
Kate L (br) wrote: An interesting documentary that turns out to be quite thought-provoking and moving as well.
Daniel W (jp) wrote: Ed Norton kills, just saying
Deepak A (br) wrote: Aamir and India 2 reasons to make me watch it over and over again
Andrew W (de) wrote: An almost great movie, the good acting and excellent sets and music portray the effects of cyclical tribal violence on life and love excellently. The plot is somewhat simplistic and some scenes are dead weight despite some others being brilliant. If the subject is of interest of you it is definately worth watching. It is quite graphic at parts however, so be warned.
Lee B (au) wrote: A likeable 1.75 stars. "Trancers" has a lot of lore put into it for such a low budget production- even for the 80s. It's worth looking at once if you like B movie science fiction of the time. The first 10 minutes are fairly well received and then it tails off from there into somewhat of a very bad dark comedy. The plot is contrived at best. A bad guy who makes zombies out of people goes back in time to make zombies of people who are the ancient ancestors of those people who rule the future. Our hero goes back and has to send him back to the future. Along the way he falls in love with Helen Hunt, (yes that Helen Hunt) and kills a zombified Santa Claus. (No misprint.)
Matt D (us) wrote: Brian De Palma and Mission Impossible owe this movie their life for the break-in scene which practically mimics the one in this film shot for shot. This is a fun flick overall but not entirely memorable.
Linus M (es) wrote: fans of the matrix should definitely see this. Bound proves that the wachowski siblings thrive with low budget productions, if you compare to their newer projects
Anne Marie K (ag) wrote: ive heard of the movie i saw it once on tv
Lori W (fr) wrote: Brillient movie...Heart thumping..
Matthew C (es) wrote: Heston is a military man with a hankerin' to get some killing done in this semi-classic western. An excellent supporting cast backs him up on his journey to Mexico, where he fights Indians and French, as well as his own people. Lots of good performances and lots of good moments. Not an amazing film by any stretch, but solid.
Darryl L (gb) wrote: We have in our house what is euphemistically called "classic cable." It's analog, standard-definition. But mercifully inexpensive. The great benefit of this insufficient service is that we are not bombarded by dozens of movie channels. Choice can be bad. Having just one movie channel channel--Mpix--is good. I like the Mpix playlist, which includes a collection of not new movies that everyone has forgotten (or never knew about) but that are little cinematic gems. Just like Private Resort, the 1985 film with Rob Morrow (Northern Exposure) and Johnny Depp (21 Jump Street). Morrow gets top billing in this T&A film. It's not quite Porky's, but it is a screw-ball comedy (I think that is the correct technical term) with a terrible script and underwhelming acting. Yet, I couldn't look away (and not just because of the boobies). I happened across it just as it was starting and watched it all. I never would have downloaded this one, so I can thank Mpix--again--for broadening my movie horizon.