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The Ring   12/15/18
by pahaK
There are some positive things in the film too: acting is quite good, Samara is kinda decent character (is anyone surprised?) and the famous television scene looks fine (but for some reason it's not as creepy as the original).

Sandy Wexler   12/15/18
by Gideon58
There are definite elements of characters like Danny Rose and even Jerry Maguire here, but they just don't work because those characters, though involved in comic situations, were created in a realistic vein, which can't be said for Sandy Wexler at all.

Sleeper   12/15/18
by Gideon58
The film is worth watching for Woody Allen's look at America in the year 2173, which utilizes some stunning art direction and outrageous set pieces that scene after scene, defy imagination but fit this crazy story like a glove.

Hardware   12/15/18
by Captain Spaulding
The poster says Hardware is "the best science-fiction horror film since Alien."

Macabre   12/14/18
by pahaK
I don't mind violence in movies (quite the contrary, I'd say) but still I'm not thrilled by films like this that have nothing else.

A Star Is Born   12/14/18
by Gideon58
Norman does a screen test with Esther, whose name is changed to Vicki Lester, and they end up doing a movie together that makes Esther/Vicki the hottest ticket in Hollywood, but Norman's career continues a steady decline, which forces Norman deeper into the bottle.

A Woman's Secret   12/14/18
by Gideon58
The film opens with a former singer named Marian Washburne (Maureen O'Hara) confessing to the attempted murder of a singer and Broadway star named Susan Caldwell (Grahame), even though a piano player and songwriter named Luke Jordan (Melvyn Douglas) doesn't believe for a minute that Marian committed this crime.

Night School   12/13/18
by Gideon58
Hart evokes sympathy for Teddy by beginning the film with a flashback that shows why Teddy never graduated high school, but shows him being ridiculed by his father and sister for being dumb.

Staying Alive   12/13/18
by Gideon58
We have scene after scene of Broadway dancers going through grueling dance routines set to disco tunes by the Bee Gees and Stallone's brother, Frank, who Stallone does try to showcase here.

The Dressmaker   12/13/18
by TheUsualSuspect
So imagine my surprise when I sat down to watch the film and found myself enjoying it a lot.


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