Tit for Tat

Tit for Tat

Stan & Ollie have set up their own electrical repair store. Unfortunately, for them, the grocery store opposite is run by the man and wife they encountered in Them Thar Hills (1935). Stan & Ollie go and visit, to offer the hand of friendship, but the grocer becomes convinced that Ollie is trying to seduce his wife.

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John M (br) wrote: Overall a decent movie. Sadly it is terribly similar to Zak Bagans and his crew on "Ghost Adventures." Grave Encounters is another "found footage film" that is worth a watch, but not worth a buy.

Sandy M (kr) wrote: Slightly interesting premise and vampire 'mythology' but spoiled by having too cliche plot and romance

Heather M (jp) wrote: I am going to pass on this one.

Chad M (br) wrote: I called it. Back when she was on good ol' Dawson's Creek I predicted Michelle Williams would become a famous, Oscar-worthy actress. She's more than lived up to her potential in everything she's done since, from Dick, to Brokeback Mountain (which she was ROBBED of a statue), to Blue Valentine, to this..

Vince N (us) wrote: Outdrawn love story&poor choice

Jim r (mx) wrote: I thought it was an engaging thriller. I must admit there were holes and confusing parts related to this movie, so perhaps as a thriller/mystery movie, it is average at best. However, as a movie about love and second chances, it's better than average.

Tim S (br) wrote: As of this writing, Lord of Illusions is the final film from director Clive Barker. A lot of variables have gone into that, the main one being that his films were meddled with and treated poorly by the studios that funded and released them (save for Hellraiser, of course). For a man who has distinguished himself as such a unique writer and visualist, and had such an impact on not just horror films, but graphic design as well, it's astonishing that he only made three movies: Hellraiser, Nightbreed, and Lord of Illusions. The real shame of Clive Barker's relationship with movie studios is that he never truly blossomed as a filmmaker. He never got to make those all important mistakes, learning from them and making better movies. He had to, instead, settle on changes to his movies that he deemed unnecessary and detrimental to the work, especially on Nightbreed. Lord of Illusions, while not quite as tinkered with, also suffered some of this fate. Unlike Nightbreed, however, it was allowed to be released separately on home video (laserdisc) as Barker's director's cut of the film. It was a welcome treat, especially for fans. The story of Lord of Illusions is based on the noir-ish character of D'Amore, a character that Barker had created and written about before and since in both short story form and novel form. As far as the two versions of the movie go, my feeling about them is very much similar. I find them visually stimulating, but they lack any real dramatic punch or overly interesting characters and situations. Neither version really grab me as something unique like Hellraiser did when I first saw it. Not just that though, but the story doesn't really have an interesting place to go once the characters are in place with proper motivations. So the movie itself is simply ok, at least to me. Still, I'll take anything Clive Barker does over most of the horror films being released today. There's a real passion and genuine interest to Barker's work, as well as an attempt to create something different. This film doesn't quite manage pull that off, but it's an interesting film overall.

Nic O (fr) wrote: Surprisingly good for a sequel to an 80s horror movie.

Ryan C (ag) wrote: wasnt that impressive

Scott H (br) wrote: Legitimately one of the best movies ever made. The script, aside from its awkward last 5 minutes, is perfect and is a great example of how to develop characters early on and create a movie where every scene serves a purpose in some regard. It's consistently funny, the action scenes make sense and are innovative and the acting by both leads is admirable given the subject of the film. Just a great movie.

Brad B (de) wrote: I would say this movie was killed in the editing room, but then there's that boat brothel sequence that was trash before it even had the chance to be edited. Somehow I don't think that was in Vidal's script. Cool set though. The film has pieces of something interesting (maybe even brilliant), but its compelling opening just unravels into unintelligible ostentation.