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Bill B (br) wrote: This looked somewhat harmless in the grand scheme of Young Adult Dystopian Fiction, so I gave it a spin via cable recording and it's okay, I suppose, though definitely not directed at the average middle aged male. The various factions are pretty over the top and over simplified, especially whoever the aggro idiots leaping from moving trains are, but it has a few interesting moments and I would see what a sequel looks like, just for the hell of it.Rental, at best.
Zach M (ca) wrote: I really only watched this sci-fi b-movie because I saw Bruce Campbell was in it.This was actually a decent movie that has some sweet model sets that look good and a fun story.Walter Koenig and Bruce Campbell were good.
jim k (us) wrote: One of the great cinematographers, Haskell Wexler (Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest) directed this often overlooked film which looks at media, and the social and economic class struggles that enveloped America in the 60's. The film's claim to fame is Wexler's actual footage of actress Marianna Hill acting amongst the real-life National Guard and Chicago police during the 1968 Democratic Convention protests in Chicago. The image of Hill, in her yellow dress, wandering Chicago's Grant Park looking for her son and the film's protagonist (Robert Forster) amidst the beginning violence of that historic day is stunning. Medium Cool has somewhat of a non-linear, or non-traditional narrative, but is bookended by an ironic look at the new media in our culture at the time. The message is still relevant today. Medium Cool is definitely a landmark film that demands repeat viewings to be truly appreciated.
Mig M (ag) wrote: A must watch Grindhouse classic from the Legendary Russ Meyer!
Ben L (es) wrote: Now, Voyager is a film that takes place over an indeterminate amount of time as we meet a damaged young woman who goes through therapy and becomes much stronger and more independent. She then falls in love and has to deal with the difficulty of loving a man who she can never be with. This is a tour de force from Bette Davis who displays such remarkable depth and range in the character of Charlotte Vale. Also notable is the brilliant Claude Rains who adds so much to the character of therapist Dr. Jaquith in a limited number of scenes. I have a hard time with films that focus heavily on affair-based romances, particularly when they will not be leaving their spouses, and that's what happens in this movie. However, they utilize that as a plot point and actually make a brilliant 3rd act turn that I didn't see coming. It might be one of the most romantic endings without being romantic at all, which will make sense if you see the film. I didn't love the passage of time in Now, Voyager because they would jump a lot and it was kind of disorienting for me. I wish they had put a note on the screen indicating how long it has been since the last scene, in order to instantly get me in the right frame of mind for the next scene. Also there are parts of the film that drag, and in a modern romance they would have trimmed down some of that stuff. Despite some flaws I still think Now, Voyager is a very good film and one I'd gladly watch again sometime.
Stella D (es) wrote: one of those films i can't resist like gunga din and lives of a bengal lancer. yes i know colonialism is bad. also i had this added to flixster 2 years ago :D
Rachel C (jp) wrote: Quite start to get bored with Jack Sparrow