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I Spy   7/26/21
by Gideon58
Owen Wilson plays Alexander Scott, a government secret agent who has been assigned to retrieve Switchblade, an invisible stealth fighter jet that is getting ready to be auctioned off to the highest bidder by an arms dealer named Arnold Gundars (Malcom McDowell) to the highest bidder in Budapest, Hun...

Bad Trip   7/24/21
by Gideon58
Andre seems to be going the Borat route here as he presents a standard buddy/road movie, fills it with outrageous physical comedy and places said comedy in the context of a hidden camera television and therein lies what's wrong here.

Yankee Doodle Dandy   7/22/21
by Gideon58
This 1942 musical feast traces Cohan's life and career from his humble beginnings to vaudeville to his amazing success on Broadway with several musicals that were rooted in the man's strong political conscience and how his said political conscience allowed him to contribute to the war effort even th...

Gunpowder Milkshake   7/22/21
by Gideon58
Sam is commissioned to retrieve a large amount of money from a powerful organization known as The Firm, an assignment that leads Sam to rescuing an 8 year old girl who has been kidnapped, killing the son of another powerful criminal, and finding assistance from three of her mother's former associate...

The Big Picture   7/21/21
by Gideon58
The 1989 film stars Kevin Bacon as Nick Chapman, a film student who wins a major Hollywood film award and is then courted by a pushy studio head who agrees to get his studio behind Nick's vision for his first full-length feature film idea, but wants to make all kinds of changes to Nick's script, whi...

Tom Clancy's Without Remorse   7/19/21
by Gideon58
It should be noted that this review is coming from someone who has never seen any of the previous films based on Tom Clancy's novels and that's no accident...I've always been wary of a movie where the title includes the author of the book the film is based on...big red flag for me.

Kissin' Cousins   7/17/21
by Gideon58
If the truth be told, the strongest musical moment in the film came from a rarity in an Elvis film,,,a solo for someone other than Elvis.

Who Are You, Charlie Brown?   7/16/21
by Gideon58
Loved that the film paid special attention to Schulz' introduction of two characters to the strip many years after the strip started...Peppermint Patty was completely different from any other PEANIUTS character and the reveal of who was partial inspiration for the character was fantastic and the int...

Bambi   7/15/21
by Gideon58
For a film that was clearly aimed at children, this film was rich with a lot of dark and adult themes that one wouldn't expect for a film with its demographic target.

America: The Motion Picture   7/13/21
by Gideon58
The animation is bold and brassy and the unabashed violence that unfolds here is unprecedented, but forgiven because it's animated.


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