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Alluc The Good Liar
This is a good movie. As always Allen Payne always does a good job. This movie will draw you in and keep you trying to figure out how the "problem" happened. There are some funny parts but the best part is the ending. If you really pay attention the lines of the characters of Payne and Neal you will probably figure out the ending. Neal is so hot in this movie, its good to see her back in movies again. By the way Allen Payne can play some ball, check him out in the movie Crossover, now on DVD. There are some well known actors in this movie besides Payne and Neal. There the guy who plays the character Esqire in the movie ATL(he also stars in Idlewild), and one of my favorites Anthony "Treach" Criss, Traci Cherelle Jones(Baby Boy-Yvettes homegirl.
Director: Bill Condon
Cast: Helen Mirren, Ian McKellen, Russell Tovey, Patrick Godfrey, Jim Carter, J�hannes Haukur J�hannesson, Celine Buckens, Mark Lewis Jones, Lily Dodsworth-Evans, Phil Dunster, Michael Culkin, Laurie Davidson, Nell Williams, Bessie Carter, Athena Strates
Alluc Playing with Fire
You know, I really thought I was never going to like this movie since the sister on this was quite annoying, but as I went along with it, I kicked back, relaxed and enjoyed it! I found out about this movie through animelist and since I really enjoyed "the cat returns", it gave other anime movie recommendations that are relating to it and this movie was the #1 spot! So I asked myself why not? and gave it a watch!
I hated the fact it gave us a cliffhanger in the end, like its 22 years now and we still haven't figured out what the next message was for the kids to hear about and if Princess Buburina was causing chaos again? I suppose she would because she wasn't "fully" defeated yet. Or even will her companion Doh-Doh be the leader this time and have Chuchu fight against him?
I really like this anime regardless of the cliffhanger as it was enjoyable and like as an animal lover, it does brighten up your day like it is a pretty much upbeat movie! I'll give this 8/10
Director: Andy Fickman
Cast: John Cena, Keegan-Michael Key, John Leguizamo, Brianna Hildebrand, Christian Convery, Finley Rose Slater, Judy Greer, Dennis Haysbert, Tommy Europe, Chris Webb, Brad Kelly, Jessica Garcie, Kurt Long, Nova Ryzen Smith, Latonya Williams
Alluc Dark Waters
For those people contemplating this abominable title, I have only two pieces of advice.
1. Once you've lost those 90 minutes, you can't ever get them back. 2. The cost of rental will only be the start of your outlays. Therapy will cost a lot, lot more.
This film is terrible on every level.. acting, plot, script, you name it. I generally have pretty good stamina when it comes to bad films, and can quite enjoy them when they're "bad funny" (e.g. naked weapon). Unfortunately, "death to the supermodels" isn't in this category. It's far, far worse. 1 out of 10.
Director: Todd Haynes
Cast: Anne Hathaway, Mark Ruffalo, William Jackson Harper, Tim Robbins, Bill Pullman, Louisa Krause, Victor Garber, Mare Winningham, Bill Camp, Scarlett Hicks, Kevin Crowley, Ming Wang, Anita Farmer Bergman, Brian Gallagher, Daniel R. Hill
Alluc Queen & Slim
This movie is an excellent sci-fi romp combining intense actions sequences with a tense plot. Basically the story centers around an alien invasion of earth and a teenager who finds himself forced into the battle with the aid of a prototype suit of armour which could be the planet's only saviour.
I recently caught this movie as part of a anime run on Sci-Fi, and almost missed this enjoyable piece of science fiction. Detonator Orgun dives straight into the action with a sequence which although enjoyable is slightly confusing. After this sequence the actual story begins and starts the process of explaining the situation and characters. As the movie progresses the plot unfolds, leading to more excellent action sequences and a plot that draws you in. By the end it all makes sense, but somehow you still want more.
I would recommend this movie to anime fans, and sci-fi fans alike. If you can cope with the initial confusion, the remainder of the film bears the marks of a classic. Extremely enjoyable.
Director: Melina Matsoukas
Cast: Daniel Kaluuya, Jodie Turner-Smith, Bokeem Woodbine, Chloë Sevigny, Flea, Sturgill Simpson, Indya Moore, Benito Martinez, Jahi Di'Allo Winston, Gralen Bryant Banks, Dickson Obahor, Bryant Tardy, Thom Gossom Jr., Melanie Halfkenny, Brian Thornton
Alluc Richard Jewell
Set in a Japan where the railways were never privatised protagonist Naoto Takayama has just begun his training. He hope to become a driver one day but ends up training in the security department with a group of mainly female trainees. Over the course of the series they will have to deal with a number of situations; not all of them security related.
The title of this series is somewhat confusing as there are rails but no wars I believe the light novel series on which this is based of features a group which fights to privatise the railways but they don't feature here. Instead we get a succession of dramas, some comedy and a fair amount of fan service! While the latter isn't extreme it is a bit gratuitous and may put some people off although I confess I couldn't help laughing at the scene where a model train is derailed when it bumps into one of the girls' breasts! There may be another boy in the group but this show is to all intents a harem show with Takayama at its centre; no opportunity to get him in an awkward situation with the girls is missed. Not all of the humour is of a sexual nature; female lead Aoi Sakurai provides quite a few laughs her gung-ho attitude. The animation is of a high standard; I was particularly impressed with how the 3D animation of the moving trains fitted in with the 2D character animation. Overall this is a bit of a guilty pleasure which I'm sure some will hate but I rather enjoyed.
These comments are based on watching the series in Japanese with English subtitles.
Director: Clint Eastwood
Cast: Paul Walter Hauser, Sam Rockwell, Brandon Stanley, Ryan Boz, Charles Green, Olivia Wilde, Mike Pniewski, Jon Hamm, Ian Gomez, Nina Arianda, Kathy Bates, Ronnie Allen, David Lengel, Beth Keener, Grant Roberts
Alluc Sorry We Missed You
"The Thing that Couldn't Die" actually turned out to be a very pleasant surprise! I was expecting a totally cheap, insignificant and rather silly Z-grade horror flick, but what I got was Well, I got a totally cheap, insignificant and rather silly Z-grade horror flick, but one that was vastly more entertaining than I thought! The film has a compelling plot, albeit familiar and simplistic, and the atmosphere and special effects are far more unsettling and spooky that I expected for a camp 50's flick like this. Jessica is a shy but beautiful young girl with psychic powers who lives on the Californian guest ranch of her aunt. With her dowsing rod she discovers an antique chest buried deep underneath a tree. Jessica feels that the content of the chest is evil, but her aunt and all the guests at the ranch insist on opening it anyway. The chest contains the bodiless head of a medieval Satanist, and it promptly possesses some of the guest with his penetrating eyes and hypnotizing powers. The head naturally wants to recover its body, which is buried elsewhere on the premises, in order to continue his evil Satan-worshiping activities. Particularly the scenes with the head are effectively creepy and atmosphere. Whether carried by a minion or stored in a hat-box, the head is scary! The actor depicting the head also looks a lot like Vincent Price. The makers of this cheap flick perhaps couldn't afford to hire Vincent Price, but at least they understood that the role required loads of evil charisma and thus opted for the Argentinian born lookalike Robin Hughes. Furthermore the film contains a couple of admirable footnotes, like for example a link with the famous naval commander Sir Francis Drake, and a reasonably good pacing. And, oh yeah, the ending is downright hilarious! This film has the biggest "What that's it?!?" climax in the history of cinema. Turns out "the thing that couldn't die" dies pretty easily after all.
Director: Ken Loach
Cast: Kris Hitchen, Debbie Honeywood, Rhys Stone, Katie Proctor, Ross Brewster, Charlie Richmond, Julian Ions, Sheila Dunkerley, Maxie Peters, Christopher John Slater, Heather Wood, Albert Dumba, Natalia Stonebanks, Jordan Collard, Dave Turner
Alluc Bad Boys for Life
I'd probably have to agree that the acting in this movie isn't the best I've ever seen. Whether that's down to all the actors apart from Sherman Hemsley and Rhonda Leigh being nervous, inexperienced or off colour: or average direction I don't really know. The conversations were a bit stilted. No two people ever seem to speak at the same time. But that did help my six year old to be up with the story at all times whereas with some of the modern style more realistic films she has to constantly ask me why this and that happened, so "every cloud.." as they say.
Mr O'Donnels "road to Damascus moment" is a bit easily accomplished to my mind.
The dog ( don't know if it was Orbit or Orion that did the particular scene ) doesn't do Ill that well either and looked fairly full of beans when diving into the pool to try and save the little girl,
Never the less, these minor gripes aside, it's a nice enough story and as you might expect won't keep your kids awake crying all night
Director: Adil El Arbi, Bilall Fallah
Cast: Will Smith, Alexander Ludwig, Vanessa Hudgens, Michael Bay, Martin Lawrence, Joe Pantoliano, Paola Nu�ez, Charles Melton, Kate del Castillo, Happy Anderson, Emily Towles, Melissa Kennemore, Jennifer Badger, Bianca Bethune, DJ Khaled
Schofield and Blake, two young British soldiers during the First World War, are given a seemingly impossible mission. With time against them, they must deliver a message, deep in enemy territory, that will stop their own men, and Blake's own brother, walking straight into a deadly trap.
Director: Sam Mendes
Cast: Dean-Charles Chapman , George MacKay , Daniel Mays , Colin Firth , Pip Carter , Andy Apollo , Paul Tinto , Josef Davies , Billy Postlethwaite , Gabriel Akuwudike , Andrew Scott , Spike Leighton , Robert Maaser , Gerran Howell , Adam Hugill
Alluc Terminator: Dark Fate
Closeup on a mailbox: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Johnson. Behind it, a dusty road leading through green fields, a minivan coming towards the camera and a pan over towards an isolated farmhouse. It's the present, and Michael and Carolyn have come to settle some issues regarding their mother's estate. It seems that their mother wanted her ashes scattered from a nearby covered bridge, which startles her two grown kids, particularly the seemingly very conservative and religious Michael. Turns out that Francesca had her reasons, as they find out when they open her cedar chest and turn to the diaries contained within...
Late summer 1965, and Francesca, an Iowa housewife in her mid-40s is seeing her husband and kids off to the Illinois State Fair. They'll be gone for 5 days and she'll have little to do but be bored in a different way than she usually is, until the arrival the next morning of a lost National Geographic photographer, Robert Kincaid (Clint Eastwood). Kincaid is on assignment to photograph the covered bridges that the county is famed for, and Francesca tries to tell him the way to the Roseman bridge but quickly decides to show him the way personally instead. As they drive towards the bridge and make small talk, they seem uneasy at first - but when Robert mentions Francesca's accent, and she finds that he has visited the town where she grew up in Italy, something starts to click. He reaches for a cigarette from the glove compartment and brushes her leg...later he picks flowers for her....they have the same favorite radio station, playing blues and jazz. Francesca starts to see something special, exotic....Robert sees someone warm and real, centered but more than the simple housewife that she's let herself become.
So begins four days of falling in love, four days of uncertainty, secretive glances, shyness turning to boldness, feelings long-buried in both reawakened and examined by two people smart enough to know right away how problematic an affair can be, yet willing to cast aside the doubts and damn the consequences. For now. The brilliance of The Bridges of Madison County isn't in any kind of originality, and it isn't in the bits of Waller's strained prose that occasionally leech through LaGravenese's generally excellent screenplay; it isn't in Streep's accent, which I know some have problems with but which I barely even notice at this point; and it isn't in the framing story, which again has grown on me over time but is certainly not all that interesting itself. What makes the film magical is the chemistry, the feeling of absolute rightness between the two leads, and the slow building towards an inevitable yet still heartbreaking decision.
Clint Eastwood certainly must have seemed an odd choice to take on this film, which he co-produced and co-wrote the elegiac "Doe Eyes" theme for in addition to directing and starring - even to me, a big fan already at the time, it seemed odd. Robert Redford seemed to be everybody's idea of Kincaid, and Steven Spielberg got mentioned often as a possible director, but I doubt many people will have problems after they see the film. Eastwood's Robert is a sensitive guy, but he's not schmaltzy, a poetic man but not pretentious about it, and a man clearly as unsure about the concept of love and the kind of risk he puts himself into as the married Francesca. He's a traveler and a loner, but deep down there's something missing, something we can feel almost from the beginning, something seen in the long gaze out the window near the end, and as he stands in the rain, waiting and hoping, at the film's emotional climax. And Eastwood the director keeps things from getting out of hand sentimentally until the last half hour, when both he and the audience know it's time for the tears to flow.
But as good as Clint is - and this is surely one of his two or three best performances - Meryl Streep is just a marvel here. Overlook the accent - whether you like it or not, it really isn't terribly important here - and you see a less mannered, more natural performance than she's given anywhere else. She mentions a couple of times in the making-of piece that accompanies the film on DVD that she was uncertain at first of Eastwood's quick shooting style, but it does wonders for her, giving a spontaneity that she really needed for the role. So much of the film relies on us believing that these are two hesitant, uncertain people with a yearning that at first has no direction - it can't seem studied, and it doesn't. And for a film that is set mostly in a kitchen and around barn-like red covered bridges, there's an excitement and intensity that can't be matched in most romances shot under the Eiffel Tower or in front of the Golden Gate Bridge. The technical aspects - Jack N. Green's lovely September-October photography and the wonderful Eastwood-chosen musical mixture of Johnny Hartman and Dinah Washington, among others - are just about perfect as well.
What the film ultimately builds to - and much of it is on Streep's shoulders - is a powerful examination of regret and loss and a determination that there are no perfect choices in life, only choices that involve different kinds of sacrifices. The film doesn't comment on the rightness or wrongness of her adultery, but Francesca lets her kids know that whatever she's done, she's not going to beat herself up over it - and neither should they. At the end, we know that whatever choice she made would have been difficult, would have involved hurting herself and others; there's no easy answer, only a bit of hope for the next generation, as they at least have come to accept and understand, and Francesca's ashes scatter on the wind....
Director: Tim Miller
Cast: Mackenzie Davis, Linda Hamilton, Edward Furlong, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Gabriel Luna, Natalia Reyes, Tom Hopper, Cassandra Starr, Brett Azar, Diego Boneta, T�bata Cerezo, Steven Cree, Pete Ploszek, Enrique Arce, Mario de la Rosa
Alluc Motherless Brooklyn
Unusual film dealing with a college graduate seeing a milk carton of a missing young lady that looks like her as a young girl.
This leads to an unbelievable story and an odyssey that takes the girl into a living hell while she discovers who she really is.
The idea of using children in drug smuggling would be most unappealing to everyone. Certain characters, such as her real father, a drug kingpin turned political assistant, is under stated at best and at times is not clear.
At the end, when we discover that she was "lucky" to be kidnapped by her kidnappers is a little too hard to fathom and the brother who was given up by his own father and raped in a Mexican jail is not to our liking either.
Director: Edward Norton
Cast: Edward Norton, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Alec Baldwin, Bobby Cannavale, Willem Dafoe, Bruce Willis, Ethan Suplee, Cherry Jones, Dallas Roberts, Josh Pais, Radu Spinghel, Fisher Stevens, Peter Gray Lewis, Robert Wisdom, Michael Kenneth Williams
Amy Fisher had her fifteen minutes of fame as the "Long Island Lolita" who shot her lover's wife. So lurid a tale was this, that all three major networks rushed a television movie into production. Two of the movies even aired on the same night. Of the three movies, this is the finest.
Drew Barrymore, after her memorable roles as a child actor, but before her recent string of movies as an angel of purity, excelled at sluttiness. And sluttiness is the key attribute necessary to portray Ms. Fisher.
The story sticks close to the headlines, is enjoyably lurid and Drew Barrymore is excellent.
I recommend this movie to all fans of Drew Barrymore and to anyone wanting to see an enjoyable dramatization of Long Island's most infamous affair.
Director: Kasi Lemmons
Cast: Cynthia Erivo, Leslie Odom Jr., Joe Alwyn, Clarke Peters, Vanessa Bell Calloway, Omar J. Dorsey, Henry Hunter Hall, Tim Guinee, Nick Basta, Joseph Lee Anderson, Antonio J Bell, CJ McBath, Alexis Louder, Aria Brooks, Janelle Mon�e
Alluc Little Women
Have you noticed, how every first theatrical animation of a series has to a) have every character appear at least for a split second and b) present a story that would like to be overwhelming (but is actually very poor) and tries to adapt the complete content of the original comic character development as if there was no intent of making another one ? And then the creators loosen up in the making of the sequel which then turns out much better ? This is a perfect example. The seriousness and the somewhat heroic-like behaviour of the protagonists just don't allow the typical "Ha-ha-Ranma-no-baka" feeling, especially towards the end. Sure, there are some laughs, but hardly anything new for the devoted Ranma-lovers. You don't have to be a Ranma-Fanatic to enjoy this movie, but being one doesn't help either.
Director: Greta Gerwig
Cast: Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson, Florence Pugh, Eliza Scanlen, Laura Dern, Timoth�e Chalamet, Tracy Letts, Bob Odenkirk, James Norton, Louis Garrel, Jayne Houdyshell, Chris Cooper, Meryl Streep, Rafael Silva, Mason Alban
A musical romantic comedy about alien invaders? Need I say more? Three extraterrestrials visit Earth in their flying saucer to check out chicks. While ogling a sunbathing beautician, they get so excited they crash the spaceship in her backyard pool. Valerie the beautician understands the critical importance of humanity's first contact with an alien intelligence, so she fixes them up with haircuts and cool clothes, and takes them out for a night on the town. Their efforts to get laid are punctuated by the humorous pop songs of Julie Brown (of "I Like Them Big and Stupid" fame).
One look at the cast, and you know this is going to be good comedy. Jeff Goldblum was a big star when this film was made, but Jim Carey and Damon Wayans steal the show as hormone-stoked space guidos (they were both unknowns at the time). Julie Brown's songs are still cute. She plays a great ditsy Valley Girl to Gena Davis' "straight man" act.
An underrated film. Much funnier than average.
Director: Roland Emmerich
Cast: Ed Skrein, Patrick Wilson, Woody Harrelson, Luke Evans, Mandy Moore, Luke Kleintank, Dennis Quaid, Aaron Eckhart, Keean Johnson, Nick Jonas, Etsushi Toyokawa, Tadanobu Asano, Darren Criss, Brandon Sklenar, Jake Manley
About the first 4 episodes! I pray for more. More series or movies produced to this extent of human expression. I love sci-fi and a good hip stoner comedy too, sure why the hell not! Are you serious?
The beginning of episode one is stellar.
I really liked the use of all alter reality personalities, I really felt like they were different people. Hilarious too. All of it really well done.
I thank you. Hell I rather not give anything away. As a person who enjoys great quaint and/or frank British humor. CHECK IT OUT!
Premise: It really hits home the 20something year old, witty British weirdo kid is abandoned by his only friend basically to be the hero of the show by re-uniting them and saving the day, basically. Instant cult classic.
Iconic as fkk. A movie for our younger generation in this age, or anyone that wants a good laugh.
Director: Benedict Andrews
Cast: Kristen Stewart, Yvan Attal, Gabriel Sky, Jack O'Connell, Margaret Qualley, Colm Meaney, Vince Vaughn, Stephen Root, Anthony Mackie, Victoria Barabas, Sean Bolger, Ben Kliewer, Brian Michael Jones, Celeste Pechous, Laura Campbell
The first in a new style of films for Lamas- no tattoo's, motorcycles or karate. I, for one, miss them. But this is a serious movie. He plays a FBI profiler who has lived so long with the bad guys in his head that he no longer trusts anyone, including himself. Gary Busey is either a great actor or somebody I wouldn't want to meet in broad daylight on a crowded street. Kristen Cloke pursues Lamas as doggedly as she pursues the serial killer. There is one surprise after another as the story unfolds not the least of which is the ending. It seems to never come - there is always one more layer to the story. Cloke and Lamas start out as the good guys, turn into the bad guys and somehow end up the heroes. But it's definitely worth the rental price. For maximum enjoyment throw in a candy bar,a bag of popcorn and a soft drink. You're going to the MOVIES!
Director: Stephen Gaghan
Cast: Robert Downey Jr., Antonio Banderas, Michael Sheen, Jim Broadbent, Jessie Buckley, Harry Collett, Emma Thompson, Rami Malek, John Cena, Kumail Nanjiani, Octavia Spencer, Tom Holland, Craig Robinson, Ralph Fiennes, Selena Gomez
Underwater Alluc (2020)
Release: January 10, 2020
It is funny and I like it so far, please keep it up :) recommended as comedy TV show, so the TV is full of comedy shows but for me it is hard to find a good quality one ... this one seems to be a good quality and funny one.
Characters are perfect for the story, the script of the show seems to be good quality too, Eva is one of the funniest characters especially at Desperate housewives. Viewers are thirsty for this kind of shows so well done for all the cast and hope it will get much better over time as any successful TV show.
I hope this can be spread to other TV channels soon with different subtitles etc
Director: William Eubank
Cast: Kristen Stewart, T.J. Miller, Jessica Henwick, Vincent Cassel, John Gallagher Jr., Mamoudou Athie, Gunner Wright
Alluc Like a Boss
Well.. if anarchism needed an SLC Punk, we certainly have it. Here is the plot of this crap of a film:
Puck and a bunch of his friends live with this old anarchist/hippy in this communal house. everything is peachy and wonderful and they do small actions here and there, but mostly are just living a nice little anti-authoritarian lifestyle.
along comes this guy who calls himself "Johnny Black" (ohhhhhh punk rock!). he has different ideas for this little group. first he introduces them to (you guessed it) the Anarchist Cookbook. You know, that book you all read when you were in middle school. It "teaches" you how to make bombs and drugs. mostly it's a bunch of crap.
well, they're all against it at first. and everyone really dislikes johnny black. but they can't tell him to leave because they're anarchists and, i guess, according to this movie, anarchists can't tell people to leave. hm.. if that were really the case, you think there'd be WAY more anarchists. anyway, it turns out the older hippy anarchist likes little boys (????) and his girlfriend finds out and leaves him. and then they're raided by the cops.
they go to jail for various things. johnny black gets 3 years, but is going to be out in 4months. puck moves into his parent's house and spends more time with his girlfriend. they met at a punk show, she is a dominatrix by night and a member of the young republicans at a christian school by day (i thought that was cute).
puck also gets a real job at a starbucks like place. there's a neat sequence of making espressos that's supposed to look like requiem for a dream. pretty cool.
so johnny black gets out of jail and finds puck and starts to live with him. but puck is afraid to tell him to leave because johnny black is a hardcore mofo and would bust a cap in his ass. so then puck and johnny find a new place and everyone agrees that johnny black is in charge. i'm not sure how that happened though. even the hippy guy is kissing johnny black's ass. makes no sense. i was lost.
and then all of a sudden, johnny black holds a gun party and invites neo-nazis and militia guys and puck freaks out because everyone is cool with this. during the freak out, he delivers the only good line in the movie.
"There are only a few things worse than the US federal government and right now they're ALL sitting in my living room!" pretty nice.
so puck has this friend (who's been in the movie.. if you're confused, puck = Steve-O and his friend = the bob guy, both from SLC Punk). anyway, puck's friend ODs on johnny black's pills and puck + the hippy guy and this other guy and some girl who was arrested for going down on another girl either in the movie get together and formulate a plan to get rid of johnny black.
the night before a big action that includes the "anarchists", the nazis and the militia guys, puck and the others cook up a bunch of "puckcakes" which look like pancakes, but have drugs in them to put the nazis, etc to sleep. or to kill them , it's not very clear. well, johnny black finds out and there is a confrontation that's somewhat humorous, because at this point, you hate everyone in the film, and anyone getting beat up with an iron pan from the stove is just wonderful.
so everyone except for puck, the hippy guy, that girl and one other guy are unconscious. they all talk about what they're going to do and then puck does what any anarchist would do. he goes to the FBI. the FBI raids the house, arrests everyone and puck goes.. no, not jail time, but $200,000 dollars for the arrest of johnny black and one of the nazis.
so at the end of the movie, puck changes his name back to peter (his given name) and goes to work at the ronald reagon library in california with his republican girlfriend.
ok... so that's the movie.
anyway, they blew a GREAT opportunity here. they could have made a movie about how the FBI infiltrates activist groups and tries to get them to do illegal & violent things (FBI used to do this a lot more.. it's been made illegal now, so they have to be a LOT better at hiding it). basically, they made a crap movie that combined Fight Club and SLC Punk. johnny black was a horrible brat pitt.
it's not even fun to watch. just a horrid movie that, like SLC Punk, basically says, "what you believe doesn't matter, just be a good kid and stop all that punk rock stuff."
the only extras on the disc are the director's commentary where he apologizes over and over for making such a crap film. ok.. he doesn't do that. well, i figured he doesn't, i've not actually had the guts to listen to the commentary track.
wow, what a crap film. very crap indeed.
Director: Miguel Arteta
Cast: Rose Byrne, Tiffany Haddish, Salma Hayek, Billy Porter, Jennifer Coolidge, Ari Graynor, Karan Soni, Ryan Hansen, Jessica St. Clair, Jimmy O. Yang, Catherine Parker, Melissa Kennemore, Mallory Mckenzie, Vanessa Merrell, Melissa Saint-Amand
Meredith Baxter Birney moonlights from her sitcom gig as Elyse Keaton to play Kate, a suburban mother, housewife, and bulimic. This film was well-done on the topic. It shows how a normal person like Kate could eat and binge before self-induced vomiting out in the sink or toilets. I remember watching her going to the store and eating everything in sight and hiding it from her family only to vomit later and say something like something didn't agree with me. When she's caught, she's got to go to rehab and face her bulimia. She does give a good performance as Kate. Baxter was known to moonlight in television movies during her Family Ties years. She wasn't the only one. I always loved watching familiar faces pop up when I least expect it and knowing them from somewhere else. It's a shame that NBC doesn't make movies anymore or comedies.
Director: Jay Roach
Cast: Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman, Margot Robbie, John Lithgow, Allison Janney, Malcolm McDowell, Kate McKinnon, Connie Britton, Liv Hewson, Brigette Lundy-Paine, Rob Delaney, Mark Duplass, Stephen Root, Robin Weigert, Amy Landecker
first off out aside of the main characters, the vast majority of gags are random customers doing strange stuff (mostly when they can't of a way to end a scene, it'll just cut to this) but where this show fails the most is the characters Amy- the show treats her as the only sane/responsible employee, despite the fact that Amy is usually as irresponsible/bad at her job than everyone else who works at could9 along with her character being so thin skinned that she gets offended when Jonah calls her "responsible" and the forced with her and Jonah just comes off as us being a vanity project for America Ferrera Jonah- stereo typical intellectual college grad, after supposedly "pretentious" because he has a college degree and Actually tries to help people, outside of that his character is a blend paint by the numbers pretty boy, who's only reason for him act bizarrely out of character is to move plot along
Director: Justin Dec
Cast: Elizabeth Lail, Jordan Calloway, Talitha Eliana Bateman, Peter Facinelli, Dillon Lane, Tichina Arnold, Tom Segura, Lana McKissack, Anne Winters, Matt Letscher, P.J. Byrne, Valente Rodriguez, Louisa Abernathy, Charlie McDermott, Jonny Berryman
Alluc Black and Blue
Very action and entertaining. A must see movie & great acting. I'm seriously confused about the low reviews. Everyone should go see this movie especially if you like action.
Director: Deon Taylor
Cast: Naomie Harris, Mike Colter, Frank Grillo, Reid Scott, Tyrese Gibson, Nafessa Williams, Beau Knapp, Kenneth Kynt Bryan, Michael Papajohn, Deneen Tyler, Nelson Bonilla, James Moses Black, Vermyttya Erahn, Rebecca Chulew, Mike Whaley
Alluc An Unexpected Killer
takes a deep dive into homicide investigations through captivating interviews with potential suspects, in-depth examinations of the crime scene and re-enactments. Viewers follow experienced homicide investigators who believe they are inches away from solving the case, until they come across something unanticipated. Whether it's a new witness, an overlooked piece of evidence or even an innovation in forensic science, in each case detectives find a startling discovery that sends the investigation in a completely new direction in their search for justice.
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 Everything\'s Gonna Be Okay
Centers on Nicholas (Josh Thomas), a typical 25-year-old still living at home with his single dad and two teenage half-sisters, who is not particularly helpful in raising his siblings, one of which has autism. However, when their dad becomes terminally ill, the girls have to cope with not only a devastating loss but also the realization that Nicholas is the one who will have to hold it all together.
Cast: Kayla Cromer , Adam Faison , Maeve Press , Josh Thomas , Lori Mae Hernandez , Lillian Carrier , Ivy Wolk , Carsen Warner
Alluc How the Universe Works
This is the greatest story ever told, the creation of everything us. The programme investigates how the Universe came into existence out of nothing, and how it grew from a minuscule point, smaller than an atomic particle, to the vast cosmos we see today.
Alluc The L Word: Generation Q
The groundbreaking drama series, The L Word®, revolutionized a generation and this fall the highly anticipated sequel The L Word®: Generation Q debuts. Returning cast members Jennifer Beals, Kate Moennig and Leisha Hailey will resume their original roles alongside a new group of diverse, self-possessed LGBTQIA+ characters experiencing love, heartbreak, sex, setbacks and success in LA.
Cast: Jennifer Beals , Leisha Hailey , Katherine Moennig , Arienne Mandi , Sepideh Moafi , Leo Sheng , Jacqueline Toboni , Rosanny Zayas , Stephanie Allynne , Brian Michael Smith , Julian Edwards , Jamie Clayton , Freddy Miyares , Carlos Leal , Jordan Hull , Stella Edwards , Fortune Feimster , Stewart Skelton , Christopher Wallinger
A young and troubled couple replaces their newborn baby with a lifelike doll after their child dies from health complications.
Cast: Lauren Ambrose , Nell Tiger Free , Rupert Grint , Toby Kebbell , Phillip James Brannon
Alluc Ray Donovan
Ray Donovan, a professional "fixer" for the rich and famous in LA, can make anyone's problems disappear except those created by his own family.
Cast: Austin Nichols, Christian J Meoli, Dash Mihok, Eddie Marsan, Elliott Gould, Johnathon Schaech, Jon Voight, Josh Pais, Katherine Moennig, Liev Schreiber, Paula Malcomson, Peter Jacobson, Steven Bauer
Alluc Shameless USA
Meet the fabulously dysfunctional Gallagher family. Dad's a drunk, Mom split long ago, eldest daughter Fiona tries to hold the family together. Eldest son Philip (Lip) trades his physics tutoring skills for sexual favors from neighborhood girls. Middle son Ian is gay. Youngest daughter Debbie is stealing money from her UNICEF collection. Ten-year-old Carl is a budding sociopath and an arsonist, and toddler Liam is - well, he might actually be black, but nobody has a clue how.
Alluc Work in Progress
Abby, a 45-year-old self-identified fat, queer dyke whose misfortune and despair unexpectedly lead her to a vibrantly transformative relationship. Chicago improv mainstay Abby McEnany co-created/stars in this uniquely human comedy series.
Cast: Abby McEnany , Karin Anglin , Celeste Pechous , Julia Sweeney , Theo Germaine , Armand Fields , Kenny Rasmussen , Gerard Neugent , Echaka Agba , Lauren Viteri
Series will focus on the LA Sheriff's Department. Currently in development.
Cast: Brian Van Holt , Siena Goines , Shane Paul McGhie , Bex Taylor-Klaus , Mark Moses , Stephen Dorff , Yara Martinez , Natalia Cigliuti , Fred Padilla
Date Aired: January 16, 2020
Alluc Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
This show introduces the Special Victims Unit, a new elite squad of NYPD detectives who investigate sexually related crimes.
Cast: BD Wong, Christopher Meloni, Dann Florek, Ice-T, Mariska Hargitay, Richard Belzer, Tamara Tunie
Date Aired: 2003
Alluc Onegai Twins
A boy named Maiku gets the surprise of his life when two girls show up on his doorstep and demand to live with him. Only problem is, one of them is his twin sister.
Cast: Daisuke Namikawa, Johnny Yong Bosch
Date Aired: 2003
Alluc Onegai Twins
A boy named Maiku gets the surprise of his life when two girls show up on his doorstep and demand to live with him. Only problem is, one of them is his twin sister.
Cast: Daisuke Namikawa, Johnny Yong Bosch
Alluc Hometown Homicide
Local Girl Gone premieres Tuesday, February 26 at 9/8c Danielle Locklear was a freshman in South View High School when she disappeared from her Hope Mills, North Carolina neighborhood in March 2014. When the family starts their own investigation, they learn that Danielle had skipped school the day she went missing. As days turn to months, the family and friends wonder, what else was Danielle hiding from them?
Cast: Hannah Eakin
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