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Alluc Angel Has Fallen
Last episode messed up entire show in my opinion. The fight with Quinn, his master plan and everything related to it just seemed illogical, undeveloped and the tragedy that came from it just seemed more tragic because the circumstances leading to it were very annoying.
HOW MANY TIMES DOES QUINN NEED TO COME BACK UP FROM A FATAL WOUND BEFORE SUNNY FINALLY CHECKS HE IS DEAD FOR CERTAIN ?!?!?!?
Well, we will never know, because Veil is the one who made sure he died, together with her.
I could get on-board that she had to die in the last episode, but in a more thoughtful way, other than killing herself to kill a guy who should've been dead 3 times by that point.
I've followed this show from the moment it came out. Even though most of fight scenes in season 2 were beyond fantasy, that was never a problem for me, as I have embraced that world and everything it had to offer.
I would've rated this show 8-9 BEFORE the last episode, however, after watching it, it gets no more than a 5 from me.
Such a shame, really....
Director: Ric Roman Waugh
Cast: Gerard Butler, Piper Perabo, Morgan Freeman, Jada Pinkett Smith, Danny Huston, Nick Nolte, Lance Reddick, Tim Blake Nelson, Michael Landes, Katya Bakat, Sapir Azulay, Chris Browning, Sophia Del Pizzo, Joseph Millson, Mark Arnold
Release: August 15, 2019
Alluc 47 Meters Down: Uncaged
Having watched the first episode last night, i am very impressed.
The show centres on John Marlott, who after an unsuccessful opium case, finds a dead girls body on the shore of the marshes. However this was not just one dead girl, but parts of many! So what ensues after is inspector john Marlott being put on the case to find the culprit.
Set in a bleak and dark London, the setting looks fantastic and eerie. The story seems clever, weaving the traditional Frankenstein story with real life London, nothing looks like it will be too far fetched at the moment, but has the capabilities of being so?
The acting is superb. Albeit the first episode it a little slow, Sean Bean carries it along by us the viewer being invested in his character with a troubled past. Bean has always had a uncanny knack of making the viewer transfixed on him, excellent screen presence. The supporting cast are also notably excellent too, with Richie Campbell as Nightingale (his partner) and Robbie Gee as Billy Oates also captivating.
The first episode finishes leaving the viewer intrigued, not waiting for episode two to see which direction the show will take, the tradition Frankenstein story with bolts in his neck? Or a more contemporary mad scientist detective case? Or maybe a mixture of both?
We will have to wait and see, but i will certainly keep watching.
Director: Johannes Roberts
Cast: Sophie Nélisse, Corinne Foxx, Brianne Tju, Sistine Rose Stallone, Brec Bassinger, John Corbett, Nia Long, Axel Mansilla, Khylin Rhambo, Davi Santos
Alluc Good Boys
At the beginning of the "L'Abri"-screening (which I discuss somewhere else) at the film market MIFED in Milano, CJ Entertainment's young sales responsible asked me: "Which Korean films have you bought?" - "All of them", I answered, to make a point: Korean's movies were just unbeatable in 2002. Then I confessed that I was actually a journalist, not a buyer. The young man surprised me with another question: "Did you cry at the end of 'The Way Home'?" - "No", I said, thinking of my grandmother, "actually I cried at the end of OASIS."
Movies should move viewers. No hight tech genre film can beat what goes straight to your heart. The love of a naive, warmhearted fool (Sol Kyung-gu as Jong-du) to a spasmic beauty (Moon So-ri as Gong-ju) that is unable to walk and clearly articulate herself is attacked by both of their families. It could be considered a love between handicapped and thus underline the demand for a change of law which seems to have its flaws in Korea as well as here in Germany. Prohibited is the unthinkable, i.e. the sexual demands of those who are stigmatised to not have them. The sad outcome of the events is lightened by the unchangeable affection of the male protagonist. Feminists might argue against the easy way in which the attempt to rape the spasmic woman turns into mutual love. The real challenge for the excellent actress Moon So-ri was indeed to transmit whether we see joy or pain in her wincing mimic. Have you ever asked yourself how a person suffering from cerebral palsy would look during orgasm? See for yourself. The elegant camera moves from the common theme of the movie to dreamlike scenes where all of Gong-jus illness is gone. Her dancing with a young elephant had the same non-intellectual humor as the tree-cutting of Jong-du. When the lights go on in your theatre, you might ask yourself how deeply YOU are able to love.
Director: Gene Stupnitsky
Cast: Jacob Tremblay, Keith L. Williams, Brady Noon, Molly Gordon, Midori Francis, Izaac Wang, Millie Davis, Josh Caras, Will Forte, Mariessa Portelance, Lil Rel Howery, Retta, Michaela Watkins, Christian Darrel Scott, Macie Juiles
Release: May 24, 2019
Alluc The Secret Life of Pets 2
"Sniper 2" is a taut, exciting action thriller. It is well-paced, fraught with suspense, and presents enough plot twists to keep us on the edge of our seats all the way. Tom Berenger is superb as the tough, aging Marine sniper unknowingly drawn into a mission that is way over his head.
The characters are well presented in the plot, and excellently developed by the actors. Erika Maroszan and Bokeem Woodbine are outstanding. I would love to see more from Erika. She brought a quiet intensity to her character that I thoroughly enjoyed. The terse dialogue fit perfectly. There are no "over the top" action sequences, such as someone running through an impossible hail of machine gun fire; or a bigger-than-life hero blasting 50 or 60 "bad guys" without a scratch to himself. I hate that. The action in "Sniper 2" is outstanding, and ultra realistic.
I could go on and on, but I won't. I didn't care much for the original Sniper, and almost didn't watch this one. But "Sniper 2" is certainly an entertaining film. I heartily recommend it.
Director: Chris Renaud, Jonathan del Val
Cast: Patton Oswalt, Kevin Hart, Harrison Ford, Eric Stonestreet, Jenny Slate, Tiffany Haddish, Lake Bell, Dana Carvey, Bobby Moynihan, Hannibal Buress, Chris Renaud, Ellie Kemper, Pete Holmes, Henry Lynch, Nick Kroll
I have been waiting for weeks to the premier and Taron's performance blowed me away. I can't tell it was going for a movie about Elton John or going to a premier of a concert where Taron singing and performing and telling his life story from the screen (or from the stage cause it's a premier). His voice is precious, is emotional and is skillful. He got that powerful voice yet that soulful and soft that I am sure that he is the right person, the PERFECT person for those songs and for this film. Such a perfect actor, with a gifted voice. His acting was outstanding and his eyes told things. I can felt his thoughts and feelings, his sadness, disapointment, his emptyness. Just, breathtaking. And Jamie Bell did great, Richard Madden also, such a wonderful compilation of these three talented and professional actors. Love their charisma and their chemistry together. Thank you very much for a great movie. Really enjoyed it.
Director: Dexter Fletcher
Cast: Taron Egerton, Jamie Bell, Richard Madden, Bryce Dallas Howard, Gemma Jones, Steven Mackintosh, Tom Bennett, Matthew Illesley, Kit Connor, Charlie Rowe, Peter O'Hanlon, Ross Farrelly, Evan Walsh, Tate Donovan, Sharmina Harrower
Release: May 29, 2019
Alluc Godzilla II: King of the Monsters
Gareth Hale and Norman Pace rose to prominence through stage, radio and TV appearances in the 80s, mostly via their characterisation of The Two Rons; two east-end bouncers who took their jobs a bit too seriously and often referred to themselves as "the management". The Two Rons were extremely dimwitted, incredibly violent and screamingly funny characters who found great favour with the public. After C4 gave Hale and Pace a Christmas special in 86 and The Rons themselves a low key sitcom in 88, ITV saw fit to give Hale and Pace their own sketch show. The duo rewarded the channel's faith in them handsomely, winning the Golden Rose of Montreaux within a year and earning the channel solid ratings many a Sunday night for a decade.
Along with the Two Rons other characters the duo brought to life in their early years included the risqué children's presenters Billy and Johnny, bitchy fashion experts Jeffrey and Jeffrey, and burnt out hippies Jed and Dave, a cheerful and affectionately observed pair of characters whom Gareth Hale cited as his favourites. In later years Gareth and Norman adapted to a changing comedy climate shaped partly by Harry Enfield, Paul Whitehouse and Charlie Higson by adding a greater roster of recurring characters, the most enduring of which were brash but friendly cabbies Frank and Steve ("a large portion, yes!") and Curly and Nige, a pair of deliberately old fashioned comic characters redolent of comedy troupes like The Three Stooges, with a propensity for violence which gave Rik Mayall and Ade Edmondson a run for their money.
Yet HALE & PACE is perhaps more notable for being possibly the last in a line of sketch shows modelled most closely after NOT THE NINE O'CLOCK NEWS, focusing less on repeated characters and more on one-off sketches and "quickies" based around whatever caught the actors and writers' fancies that week. Hale and Pace proved themselves willing to take on a variety of subjects, both as writers and performers. While they generally took the direct route to the funny-bone, Hale and Pace also occasionally proved themselves quite adept at pathos, with a parody of GOODBYE MR. CHIPS being particularly moving.
As another reviewer noted Hale and Pace also showed considerably musical talent in the series; whereas for many sketch shows the obligatory musical numbers often seemed a chore, on HALE & PACE they were often the highlight. Hale and Pace revealed themselves to be pretty good singers and songwriters, both in their parodies of artists like Chris Rea and R.E.M. and in their original compositions like "The Days of Black and White" (another fine example of their pathos).
Hale and Pace divided opinion from their first episode when they microwaved a cat, and frequently came in for criticism, particularly in their later series. Alexi Sayle and Victor Lewis Smith were among their most prominent critics. After their disastrous 1999 BBC game show, H&[email protected], some people began to wonder if they had ever deserved their fame in the first place. Hale and Pace were far from perfect; a tendency towards laziness revealed itself fairly early on, and the in the last two series they did seem a little low on ideas. But while the criticism may have had merit, Hale and Pace were still two frequently hilarious, exceptionally talented performers, who had a natural chemistry which is perhaps unrivalled in recent UK comedy history. Indeed it is the sketches in which they played fictionalised versions of themselves sharing a London flat which perhaps stick out as the most enjoyable material.
Ultimately for many of us Hale and Pace often seemed to have a "direct line to our funny bone", and their sketches gave them a dedicated following not only in the UK, but all over the world, particularly in Czechoslovakia, Finland and Australia. Indeed, they proved more popular in the later country than their homeland, continuing to perform sell-out tours there. Best of all Australia released their complete TV series on DVD, well worth importing for all those enthusiastic enough. Overall, for all the bad sketches they may or may not have made, Hale and Pace made a unique contribution to British comedy that deserves to be treasured.
Director: Michael Dougherty
Cast: Kyle Chandler, Vera Farmiga, Millie Bobby Brown, Ken Watanabe, Ziyi Zhang, Bradley Whitford, Sally Hawkins, Charles Dance, Thomas Middleditch, Aisha Hinds, O'Shea Jackson Jr., David Strathairn, Anthony Ramos, Elizabeth Ludlow, Jonathan Howard
Just not good. Very very crazy silly storyline. Just a stinker of a movie. I looked up how long the movie was before I went to the theatre and knew it was an hour and forty minutes. During the movie I got really bored and looked down at my phone to see how much time had gone by and to complete and utter shock I looked down and there was an hour left. I was with my fiancé and I turned to him and told him "hey there's still an hour of this movie left" and we both laughed in shock in unison that the movie wasn't close to over yet. So yeah the whole time me and my fiancé both kept wishing and hoping the movie was close to over and it never felt like the ending was going to come. I KNOW I still gave it a 4 and my review sounds like a 3 at best. I gave it a 4 because Octavia Spencer wasn't bad with the terrible script she was handed. All in all I wouldn't waste the time to see it unless you're very very bored and desperate for a movie to watch and it happens to be on Netflix.
Director: Tate Taylor
Cast: Octavia Spencer, Diana Silvers, Juliette Lewis, McKaley Miller, Corey Fogelmanis, Gianni Paolo, Dante Brown, Tanyell Waivers, Dominic Burgess, Heather Marie Pate, Tate Taylor, Luke Evans, Margaret Fegan, Missi Pyle, Allison Janney
Release: July 26, 2019
Alluc Horrible Histories: The Movie - Rotten Romans
I love this. I was a big fan of Mr. Show in the 90s, so my expectations for Bob & David as comedians and actors come from my experience with Mr. Show and with David's stand up, and not from Breaking Bad or arrested development (although I loved the latter).
This humor may not be for everyone but it really is brilliant! Is there a word for smart, stupid-humor? It's satire at its finest, and the exaggerated acting, weird comedic timing and cheesiness all contribute to a staged and clever feeling of awkwardness. The show stays relevant by making light of hot button political and social issues like racism, sexism, religion, extremism and current events, and with ridiculous humor and crazy scenarios w/ Bob and David makes a statement on how people interact with one another in a way that makes you go "Did they really just do that?"
Anyway, I have to laugh at all the reviews that say "Maybe this is funny if you are American." I think Bob & David would have fun with that sentiment. But I'm American, so what do I know? LOL.
Director: Dominic Brigstocke
Cast: Sebastian Croft, Emilia Jones, Nick Frost, Craig Roberts, Kate Nash, Kim Cattrall, Derek Jacobi, Rupert Graves, Warwick Davis, Alexander Armstrong, Kevin Bishop, Chris Addison, Ben Ashenden, Joanna Bacon, Sanjeev Bhaskar
Release: May 16, 2019
Alluc John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
Chris Elliott's sense of humor is of the bizarre kind, and requires for the deepest understanding thereof on all levels an extremely cultivated intellect and simultaneous rejection of that traditionally conceived as the predominating cultivated aesthetic. That being said, you will not, I'm sure, misunderstand my assertion that this film is not for everyone. Perhaps it is not even for you. As you see, it has received paltry scores from the greatest part of the spectating crowds who vote on IMDb.com; but should one follow them? They have also selected such trash as Donnie Darko for placement among their trophy shelf of film. I reaffirm therefore the peculiar genial and aesthetic disposition requisite fully to enjoy Cabin Boy. It is as though one must become dumb and wise at the same time, one must see with the eyes of a fool and the heart of a sage. The film student, who possesses in varied solution this talent, will also notice how exquisite, how carefully adorned the sets are, how precise the sceneries, how composed the artful tableaux, how peerless and true the cast, how poetic each word spoken.
Director: Chad Stahelski
Cast: Keanu Reeves, Halle Berry, Ian McShane, Laurence Fishburne, Mark Dacascos, Asia Kate Dillon, Lance Reddick, Tobias Segal, Anjelica Huston, Sa�d Taghmaoui, Jerome Flynn, Randall Duk Kim, Margaret Daly, Robin Lord Taylor, Susan Blommaert
Alluc Annabelle Comes Home
While a huge fan of Aziz, the first episode left me unsure of what to think of the show. I perceived from the trailers and marketing that it was a hilarious comedy, which it is, but at the same time explores deep subject matter, while never getting too serious. I absolutely loved this series and watched it within almost 48 hours. Every single character is absolutely hilarious and perfect for this show. The blend of comedy and drama that makes you question your own thoughts and path in life is definitely inspiring and left me with a pain in my side from the laughter. This show will stick with me for a long time and I will revisit many more times.
Director: Gary Dauberman
Cast: Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Mckenna Grace, Madison Iseman, Katie Sarife, Michael Cimino, Samara Lee, Kenzie Caplan, Sade Katarina, Michael Patrick McGill, Brittany Hoza, Sheila McKellan, Eddie J. Fernandez, Steve Coulter, Luca Luhan
Alluc The Last Black Man in San Francisco
This independent drama on the effects of gentrification in San Francisco played to strong reviews at Sundance. It's also distributed by A24, and their films are generally very high-quality. Judging from its trailer, the film looked to be a mix of understatedly beautiful aesthetics (including some extraordinary cinematography of the Bay Area,) searing character drama, and social commentary. The film is generally well-made, and some aspects of it are undeniably impressive for a directorial debut.
The plot follows a man named Jimmie, whose grandfather built a house in San Francisco on land he purchased during World War II. Today, Jimmie wishes to live in this spacious Victorian house, but its market value has skyrocketed due to gentrification of the neighborhood (and nearby neighborhoods) near where it is located. He begins to develop a scheme with his best friend to move into the house. The film's cinematography is exceptional, and manages to juxtapose both realism and romanticism in terms of how it depicts both the ideals and the realities of San Francisco residents today. Some of the film's shots may remind viewers of Spike Lee's early films, but the film's aesthetic always feels wholly original at the end of the day. The film also uses a variety of other visual and narrative tricks, such as a tableaux vivant-style scene, to help convey the points it is trying to make on how gentrification is affecting relationships between people in urban areas today, much less exacerbating social inequality. The film's simple score is beautiful and almost haunting at times in terms of its elegance and emotional power. The performances in the film are generally strong, as the almost laid-back method acting of the two leads is thoughtful and impactful in its sheer simplicity.
Despite the film's clear achievements on a technical and narrative level that intersects strong performances with aesthetics, "The Last Black Man in San Francisco" isn't perfect. The film doesn't have too many key plot points, which would normally be okay given the film's understated tone. However, the film does feel rather drawn-out in that the narrative doesn't always impact even scenes in which the director is trying to promote substance over style. The narrative's climax is also a bit disappointing. It lacks a clear transition both preceding it and after it, and doesn't quite pack the impact on a viewer in which a film's climax should. That said, the ending is generally satisfying. Also, the film's social commentary is a bit of a mixed bag in that it shows the ways in which gentrification has affected San Francisco--yet it manages to reduce supporting characters both benefitting from and greatly harmed by gentrification to almost caricatures. As a result, the film's messaging on the perils of gentrification in cities comes up just a little short, and clearly falls below the effectiveness of social commentary in films like "Get Out." That said, there's definitely plenty to like about this indie drama. Generally recommended. 7/10
Director: Joe Talbot
Cast: Jimmie Fails, Jonathan Majors, Danny Glover, Tichina Arnold, Rob Morgan, Mike Epps, Finn Wittrock, Thora Birch, Willie Hen, Jamal Trulove, Jello Biafra, San Quinn, Daewon Song, Andy Roy, Jordan Gomes
A Dog's Journey Alluc (2019)
Release: May 3, 2019
Alluc A Dog's Journey
May contain spoilers! I liked this movie a lot better than the first movie. It tells the story about Ethan's granddaughter, CJ who wants to become a singer and she has a few dogs in her life, and like Ethan, she doesn't realize it is Bailey reincarnated until Ethan tells her when she is in her late teens. Her mother, Hannah's daughter, also is an alcoholic who doesn't treat her daughter well as a young teen and as CJ got older, her mother apologizes and says she has been sober for 9 months and 13 days. A lot of scenes in this movie made me cry, but that scene really got me. It has an I Can Only Imagine vibe when the father apologizes to his son and tries to become a better parent. Storywise, this movie is a lot better than the first movie and involves more plot. And is also more emotional than the first movie. But it is still really good. I give this movie a 9 out of 10.
Director: Gail Mancuso
Cast: Dennis Quaid, Abby Ryder Fortson, Betty Gilpin, Kathryn Prescott, Marg Helgenberger, Josh Gad, Jake Manley, Daniela Barbosa, Ian Chen, Henry Lau, Jeff Roop, Kevin Claydon, Emma Volk, Stefanie Wiens, Cherissa Richards
Release: August 08, 2019
Alluc Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark
I completely agree, when "all that" first aired with it's original cast back when Kenan and Kel were on and that one girl who went on to do the Steve Harvey show, it was so funny! Remember the cooking show skit where everything is made out of chocolate! ha. Now it is the most ridiculous show to watch, it's very short, and all of the cast members aren't funny, they just act all cute and sit there all pretty and it's just stupid. It's a waste of air-time if you ask me. At least the old cast was funnier and more unique! I think Nickelodeon has run out of good ideas... I really wish that they would play some of there old shows like all that, and I used to love are you afraid of the dark!
Director: André Øvredal
Cast: Zoe Margaret Colletti, Michael Garza, Gabriel Rush, Dean Norris, Gil Bellows, Lorraine Toussaint, Austin Zajur, Natalie Ganzhorn, Austin Abrams, Kathleen Pollard, Stephanie Belding, Hershel Blatt, Javier Botet, Will Carr, Will Corno
Alluc After the Wedding
Amazing cast, interesting theme, beautiful visuals. The story just flows, easy to watch, emotional. Strong performances.
Director: Bart Freundlich
Cast: Michelle Williams, Julianne Moore, Billy Crudup, Will Chase, Doris McCarthy, Abby Quinn, Azhy Robertson, Alex Esola, Alex Cranmer, Eisa Davis, Susan Blackwell, Eric D. Hill Jr., Mackenzie Owens, Jeff Kim, Greta Quispe
Alluc The Kitchen
This should of went straight to the walmart $1 DVD movies box, nothing good can be said of this film.
Director: Andrea Berloff
Cast: Melissa McCarthy, Tiffany Haddish, Elisabeth Moss, Domhnall Gleeson, James Badge Dale, Brian d'Arcy James, Jeremy Bobb, Margo Martindale, Bill Camp, Common, E.J. Bonilla, Myk Watford, Wayne Duvall, Pamela Dunlap, John Sharian
Alluc The Art of Racing in the Rain
This was one of the most heart wrenching movies I've seen in a while. It kept me engaged because i love dogs and it kept my husband engaged cause he loves racing. The mixture of both things was a nice balance.
Director: Simon Curtis
Cast: Kevin Costner, Milo Ventimiglia, Amanda Seyfried, Martin Donovan, Gary Cole, Kathy Baker, Al Sapienza, Lily Dodsworth-Evans, Ryan Kiera Armstrong, Andres Joseph, Karen Holness, McKinley Belcher III, Nakita Kohan, Aliza Vellani, Elizabeth Bowen
Release: September 27, 2019
Alluc Dora and the Lost City of Gold
Thank God I watched it on Netflix so I could forward it every 10 seconds because it was long and kind of stupid and it had a very stupid ending... didn't like it at all
Director: James Bobin
Cast: Benicio Del Toro, Madelyn Miranda, Dee Bradley Baker, Malachi Barton, Sasha Toro, Marc Weiner, Eva Longoria, Michael Pe�a, Joey Vieira, Pia Miller, Isabela Moner, Jeff Wahlberg, Adriana Barraza, Damien Garvey, Anikka Abelita
Alluc The Peanut Butter Falcon
Today is 8/13 and this was movie #195 that I've seen this year. (Some - probably less than 10% of those - I've seen more than once.)
This is the best movie I've seen this year. I'm not kidding, it's amazing.
Don't worry, it's not one of those sappy, emotionally draining movies, nor is it a corny comedy. It's an adventure that feels very real and genuine, and it can't help but make you fall in love with the characters and belly laugh throughout.
Go see it! :)
Director: Tyler Nilson, Michael Schwartz
Cast: Shia LaBeouf, Dakota Johnson, Zack Gottsagen, John Hawkes, Thomas Haden Church, Bruce Dern, Jon Bernthal, Yelawolf, Jake Roberts, Mick Foley, Raquel Aurora, Michael Berthold, Deja Dee, Karen B. Greer, Noah Hein
Alluc Blinded by the Light
I just saw this in a Cineworld Unlimited screening and, other than having seen the trailer and thought it looked ok, knew very little of Blinded By The Light. Immediately a few people got up and walked out. Ten minutes in a couple more joined them. Others waited an hour, then popped off. Some of these people - though not necessarily in the same screening as me - have added their 1-star review to IMDb. These people should have their Unlimited cards confiscated and be barred from cinemas and writing reviews permanently. Sure, it's not a perfect film - Springsteen is shoehorned in a cringeworthy number of times and the narrative has a paint-by-numbers feel to it - but it's a cheerful film with a good message: do what makes you happy and don't be a douche. Those giving the 1-star reviews really did miss the second part of the message. Look, it's an ok film. If you like Bend It Like Beckham, you'll probably enjoy this. Of you're a massive 'The Boss' fan, you'll probably enjoy this. Don't trust the 1-star reviews; it's never a 1-star film. I'd probably really rate this 5 stars, but I'm adding one just to counter a couple of those walk-outs who feel justified in tarring a film with their own ineptitude.
Director: Gurinder Chadha
Cast: Viveik Kalra, Kulvinder Ghir, Meera Ganatra, Aaron Phagura, Dean-Charles Chapman, Nikita Mehta, Nell Williams, Tara Divina, Rob Brydon, Frankie Fox, Hayley Atwell, Sally Phillips, Sofia Abbasi, Asheq Akhtar, Vincent Andriano
Alluc Red Joan
I absolutely loved this movie! I would consider this a true "romantic comedy". There were wonderful, well written characters and laughs all the way through. It was quite a treat to see Richard Gere play such a comedic role and do so well at it. I found this movie a joy to watch, not just because of Julia Roberts and Richard Gere, but the fantastic supporting cast and the picturesque town in which the movie takes place. It was altogether a wonderful experience. I can't express how refreshing it is to see a movie with no sex, no nudity, and no cursing. Hats off to Gary Marshall for putting a movie out there that's just good, clean fun!
Director: Trevor Nunn
Cast: Judi Dench, Sophie Cookson, Stephen Campbell Moore, Tom Hughes, Laurence Spellman, Tereza Srbova, Ben Miles, Robin Soans, Kevin Fuller, Stephen Boxer, Simon Ludders, Steven Hillman, Ciar�n Owens, Phill Langhorne, Alfie Allen
Alluc City on a Hill
In the early 1990s, Boston was rife with violent criminals emboldened by local law enforcement agencies in which corruption and racism was the norm - and then it all changed in what was called the "Boston Miracle." In this fictional account, assistant district attorney Decourcy Ward comes from Brooklyn and forms an unlikely alliance with a corrupt yet venerated FBI veteran, Jackie Rohr. Together, they take on a family of armored car robbers in a case that grows to involve, and ultimately subvert, the entire criminal justice system of Boston.
Cast: Kevin Bacon , Aldis Hodge , Jonathan Tucker , Mark O'Brien , Lauren E. Banks , Jill Hennessy , Jere Shea , Amanda Clayton , Kevin Chapman , Nora Murphy , Grayson Eddey , J. Bernard Calloway
Alluc Fear the Walking Dead
What did the world look like as it was transforming into the horrifying apocalypse depicted in "The Walking Dead"? This spin-off set in Los Angeles, following new characters as they face the beginning of the end of the world, will answer that question.
Alluc Strange World
Investigation on what's known as the "Montauk Project," an alleged government mind-control experiment that supposedly abducted young men.
Alluc Evil Lives Here
How well do you know your housemates? "EVIL LIVES HERE" tells the heart-stopping tales of people who have shared a home, with a killer. In each episode, loved ones reveal how they came to discover their significant other's evil side.
The story of Alfred , a former special-forces officer living in London and working for Bruce Wayne's father.
Cast: Hainsley Lloyd Bennett , Ben Aldridge , Dorothy Atkinson , Jack Bannon , Emma Corrin , Paloma Faith , Jason Flemyng , Ryan Fletcher , Ian Puleston-Davies , Nicki Vickery , Emma Paetz , Richard Clothier , Steve Edwin , Polly Walker , Harriet Slater , Jessica Ellerby , Charlie Woodward
Date Aired: August 19, 2019
Alluc Scooby-Doo and Guess Who?
Faced with some of their toughest mysteries yet, Fred, Daphne, Velma, Shaggy and Scooby-Doo will join forces with some of the biggest names in celebrity and pop culture including NBA superstar Chris Paul, recording artists Halsey and Sia, Ricky Gervais, Kenan Thompson, Bill Nye, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Mark Hamill, Steve Urkel, Batman, Sherlock Holmes, The Flash, Wonder Woman and many more!
Cast: Frank Welker , Grey Griffin , Kate Micucci
After a supernatural event at his church a preacher enlists the help of a vampire to find God.
Cast: Dominic Cooper, Tom Brooke, W Earl Brown
Alluc \'Til Death Do Us Part
'Til Death Do Us Part follows lovers as they embark on relationships that end with a destiny no one expected. The series shows that murder, like true love, is written in the stars. From a suspicious carbon monoxide incident, to a parrot who became an eyewitness to murder, each hour-long episode tells a tragic tale of love turned lethal.
Alluc Code of the Wild
Two survivalists-turned-wilderness-private-eyes are on a mission to solve history's greatest mysteries in places inaccessible to the common man. Brothers Casey and Chris Keefer use their unique blend of survival and tracking techniques to enter the heart of these dark recesses and pick up the trail that can finally put long-lost legends to rest.
Alluc Primal Instinct
The real-life stories of people pulled into seemingly innocent romantic encounters that end up changing the course of their lives forever.
Alluc Restaurant Impossible
Turning around a failing restaurant is a daunting challenge under the best of circumstances. Attempting to do it in just two days with only $10,000 may be impossible, but that's exactly what Chef Robert Irvine sets out to do in his new Food Network show, . Robert will use a little MacGyver and a lot of muscle to rescue these desperate places from complete collapse. Can one man, in two days, with $10,000, turn the tide of a failing restaurant and give hope to the owners and their employees? Find out as Robert Irvine takes on Restaurant: Impossible.
Alluc The Rook
The London-set series centers on a young woman pursued by shadowy paranormal adversaries while grappling with extraordinary abilities of her own. After waking in a park with total amnesia surrounded by dead bodies, she must fight to uncover her past, and resume her position at the head of Britain's most secret (supernatural) service before the traitors who stole her memory can finish what they started.
Cast: Emma Greenwell , Joely Richardson , Jon Fletcher , Ronan Raftery , Catherine Steadman , Adrian Lester , Olivia Munn , Ruth Madeley , Joshua Squire , Tamsin Topolski , Barry Atsma , Toby Cordes , Howard Corlett , Michael Karim , Luke Roberts , Michael Thyx , Yohanna Ephrem , Nikolaos Brahimllari , Lee Byford , Stephen Hawke , Michael McElhatton , Manoj Anand , Simon Bubb , Sandeep Mohan , Daniel Paton , Eddie Toll
Alluc Dragons' Den
Dragons' Den: Budding entrepreneurs, inventors and small businessmen (and women) pitch their ideas to the five "dragons"...
Cast: Evan Davis, James Caan, Peter Jones
Alluc Boise Boys
Polar opposite friends Luke and Clint take an unconventional approach to house flipping in their hometown of Boise, Idaho. While refined designer Luke likes to reach for the stars, rugged contractor Clint remains focused on their bottom line. With an endless inventory of old houses to choose from, the only decision this dynamic duo needs to make is which house to transform next ...
Date Aired: August 20, 2019
Alluc Young Justice
Teenage superheroes strive to prove themselves as members of the Justice League.
Cast: Alan Tudyk, Bruce Greenwood, Jason Spisak, Jesse McCartney, Khary Payton, Nolan North, Phil LaMarr
Alluc Black Love
Love stories from the black community explore the secrets behind successful marriages.
Cast: Flex Alexander, Neil Brown Jr
A young woman learns how crazy it is to work in a restaurant.
Alluc Poldark (2015)
Ross Poldark returns to England after fighting in the American Revolution. His family and friends thought he was dead. The woman he hoped to marry is now engaged to his cousin. His father ...
A former CIA operative (Cumming), who has since built a "normal" life as a gifted professor and writer, is pulled back into his old life when the NYPD needs his help to stop a serial killer on the loose.
Cast: Alan Cumming, Bojana Novakovic, John Mainieri, Michael B Silver
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