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Queen & Slim   10/19/20
by Gideon58
There might be an impulse to re-watch the incident that sets this whole story in motion to see if there is any legal recourse for this couple, but as the story progresses, we realize that what happened with that cop has become irrelevant before the halfway point of the film and has nothing to do with the pair becoming the most wanted fugitives in Florida and folk heroes at the same time.

Wayne's World 2   10/17/20
by Gideon58
If the truth be told, Mike Meyers and writing partners Bonnie and Terry Turner didn't really put a lot of thought into putting together a real sequel here as the story of Cassandra and her producer is pretty much identical to the story of Cassandra and Rob Lowe, but there's so much funny stuff going on here, that we're too busy laughing to care about the lack of originality.

Bill & Ted Face the Music   10/14/20
by Gideon58
They are still the same idiots they were in the first film, which only enhances the unnatural aspect of their relationship, which is hilariously addressed in one of the few funny scenes the film when the guys and their wives decide to try couples therapy.

Inmate #1: The Rise of Danny Trejo   10/13/20
by Gideon58
It's this part of the film that gets a little pretentious, but it's so unnecessary, because the last adjective that comes to mind when watching Danny Trejo is pretentious, which is what made this film such a joyous experience.

Unfaithfully Yours   10/12/20
by Gideon58
The film features lovely black and white photography and some stunning costumes for Darnell by Oleg Cassini.

The Skin I Live In   10/08/20
by Gideon58
Director/screenwriter Pedro Almodovar (All About My Mother) has given the cinematic concept of the mad scientist a bold and bone-chilling re-imagining in a frightening and claustrophobic thriller called The Skin I Live In which appears initially as two diffrerent stories that eventually morph into one ugly story that made the hair on the back of my neck stand up.

Taken 3   10/08/20
by Gideon58
One difference between this film and the other two that was a pleasant surprise was learning that Bryan had some back-up in this film courtesy of his former job.

Blow   10/07/20
by Gideon58
What the film sums up better than anything is what a moron this guy George really was.

Sherlock Holmes   10/06/20
by Gideon58
Ritchie mounts this story on a dark and elegant canvas with the aid of imaginative camerawork, and, Oscar-nominated art direction and Oscar-worthy film editing that eventually has this story moving at a breath neck pace.

Mister Roberts   10/03/20
by Gideon58
Adapting the show to the screen was a deceptively tricky thing as it takes aboard ship and could give the film a claustrophobic feel, but just the opposite effect results...we feel these guys loneliness and boredom as a lot of their frustration about their position is a result of not actually being in combat.


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