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Antebellum Megashare (2020)
Genre: Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Release: September 18, 2020
I was raised in Newport Beach, including Balboa Island, Lido Isle, Corona Del Mar and the peninsula where the famous Wedge is. In reality it is a wonderful city full of great down to earth people. Yes, there has been an influx of superficial people who have flocked there because of it's coastal beauty but they are as relevant to Newport Beach as the cast of Jersey Shore is to the best of the East Coast.
To this day the quiet neighborhoods of local inhabitants are no different than the best of kind and basically boring neighborhoods anywhere.
This show is nothing but a deeply cheap ploy to play on a beautiful and desirable city and fantasize on it's most imaginary superficial aspects to deliver pure crap to those who think they need a fix to accentuate their daily lives.
The residence of Newport Beach are being just as ripped off as the sorry viewers of this show.
Director: Gerard Bush, Christopher Renz
Cast: Arabella Landrum, Jena Malone, Eric Lange, Janelle Monae, Tongayi Chirisa, Achok Majak, Jack Huston, Kiersey Clemons, T.C. Matherne, Robert Aramayo, Marque Richardson, London Boyce, Bernard Hocke, Dayna Schaaf, Gabourey Sidibe
Genre: Drama, Thriller
Release: September 16, 2020
Megashare The Secrets We Keep
Great comedic concept from Neil Simon—the slob and the neat freak, two divorced men living together in a small Manhattan apartment. But it's really Klugman and Randall that make the premise work so well—their chemistry is simply superb. Klugman seems a natural for Oscar the slob, with his sour expression and grouchy manner. Then there's Randall as Felix, with his no-fat body and absurdly picky manner. You just know he never played with mud pies or put on dirty socks.
It's amazing the writers get so many hilarious variations on the same theme—Felix carrying on with his finicky obsessions to an annoying degree. He just can't seem to help himself. At the same time, we can't help sympathizing with poor Oscar who retaliates by turning his bedroom into a city dump. Actually actor Randall pulls off a really difficult trick: he manages to make Felix annoying without being dislikable. Any hint of the latter and the show would have fallen flat.
And who can forget the superb supporting cast, especially hawk-nosed Al Molinaro as Murray, the New York City policeMAN. He fits amiably right in with whatever the shenanigans might be, maybe too amiably for a cop. Then there're the rest of the poker playing characters, plus the girls led by Klugman's real life wife Brett and Father Knows Best's Elinor Donahue. Since nearly all the hijinks occur in the small apartment, the writers have their work cut out for them, and rise to the occasion they do, with only an occasional misfire. My favorite parts are when some poor put-upon old lady gets enough of Felix's extremes and swats him with her purse—he always looks so surprised, like he can't figure out why. Anyway, it's one of the best character-based comedies of the 70's or any TV decade.
Director: Yuval Adler
Cast: Noomi Rapace, Joel Kinnaman, Chris Messina, Jackson Dean Vincent, Amy Seimetz, Miluette Nalin, Madison Paige Jones, Jeff Pope, David Maldonado, Ed Amatrudo, Ritchie Montgomery, Victoria Hill, Thomas Francis Murphy, Rocco Brocato, Jason Boyle
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Release: September 16, 2020
Megashare The Devil All the Time
It's too bad that more people haven't seen this, then Hellspawn would be the KING of the bottom 100 list for all eternity.
The previous commentary was right on the money (kudos to the previous critic :) ) This movie is wretchedly shot on video with no sense of editing, lighting or cinematography. It really looks like low budget video about a confusing, nonsensical story about some sort of "demon" (some guy in a rubber mask and a BRIGHT red plaid flannel shirt, going around supposedly killing people. The kills are worse than something a junior high schooler film student would throw together in an evening. Since the movie makes absolutely NO SENSE, I will point out the parts which are so bad ... well ... they are just BAD....
The sound recording of the two LEAD ACTORS was completely off, so whenever they speak, the gain is pushed WAY UP, so you hear them talking muffled in the background, completely distorted with a huge 'hum' as the editor tries to allow us to hear what they are saying. But it's inconsistent, so you hear a huge HUM and distorted audio ONLY when the two lead actors are talking and nowhere else. Distracting eh? The monster walks around in 'monstervision', i.e. the video image is post processed to look 'negative' and 'solarized', but the gimmick goes on for way too long. The filmmakers were so proud of this cheesy video effect, they stretched it on and on, ad nauseum. The monster's P.O.V. shots goes on and on with a 'clawed hand' pawing at the sofa ("oooooh! Scary!") and at the clock on the wall ("oooooh! Scary!") and at the telephone ("oooooh! Scary!") and at the stairs ("oooooh! Scary!"), you get the picture. What kind of monster pokes his hand at EVERY mundane item in a room before they walk into the NEXT ROOM! It makes no sense and gets irritating really fast.
This next bit is so bad IT'S HILARIOUS .... Apparently the director was too cheap or lame to hire a REAL woman to do the bath scene (where the so called FEMALE victim is stalked by the monster), so he does it HIMSELF! You hear a woman humming, getting ready for the bath, but as far as this 'nude scene', you only see disembodied shots of hands soaping up and legs being washed .... and they all obviously ... belong to a guy!! I kid you not! They're massive and hairy! UGH!! You never see the woman who is killed, only a dime store skull covered with blood and a Offscreen (sound effect) woman's scream. Only a KID in junior high would try to pull THIS stunt, seriously.
The car interior shots are done with a Home Depot lamp with tons of green light bulbs. So the heroes are blasted with an eerie green light under their chins like an old monster movie. Why doesn't everyone have green light blasting from their car interiors? This was shot in Tioga County, PA. There's some nice travelogue shots of the Tioga County courthouse ... hey there IS something worthwhile seeing in this piece of crap! ;) A parting note: SPOILER (but I doubt it) A character at the end has a massive cemetery tombstone, but his friend still has fresh cuts and bruises from the incident that caused this character's demise, so I assume that they can make large granite custom tombstones within 48 hours? For a character who's a trailer trash nobody? I can't believe I bought this movie from a large electronics/Video store chain. It's like buying a DVD from your eleven year old neighbor.
Director: Antonio Campos
Cast: Robert Pattinson, Tom Holland, Bill Skarsgård, Haley Bennett, Riley Keough, Harry Melling, Sebastian Stan, Mia Wasikowska, Eliza Scanlen, Jason Clarke, Douglas Hodge, Drew Starkey, Given Sharp, Lucy Faust, Abby Glover
Release: August 28, 2020
Megashare The Garden Left Behind
Lovely, but tough and lethal karate champion Susanne Carter (a winningly spunky performance by gorgeous blonde knockout Jillian Kesner) stumbles across a nefarious drug cartel and a ruthless to-the-death martial arts tournament while searching for her missing sister in the Philippines. Director Cirio H. Santiago, who also co-wrote the blithely low-grade script with Ken Metcalfe, relates the entertaining story at a brisk pace, delivers a sizable smattering of tasty gratuitous female nudity (Kesner gets stripped down to her panties by two slimy thugs in one especially hot and thrilling set piece), stages the wall-to-wall no-holds-barred martial arts fights with a reasonable amount of flair and competence, and certainly doesn't skimp on the unflinchingly grisly violence. This movie further benefits from a solid cast of familiar B-pic regulars: hunky Darby Hinton as cocky ace karate fighter Chuck Donner, Metcalfe as smooth head villain Erik, the ubiquitous Vic Diaz as crude and short-tempered dope connection Grip, Chandra Romero as smart and sultry moll Malow, Tony Ferror as dogged narcotics cop Tony, and Peter Cooper as scruffy bartender Pete. Nonong Buencamino's throbbing synth score hits the get-down funky spot. Ricardo Remias' fairly polished cinematography likewise does the trick. The sex scene between Susanne and Chuck in which they cut off each other's clothes with knives is a sizzling doozy. A real blast.
Director: Flavio Alves
Cast: Michael Madsen, Edward Asner, Carlie Guevara, Danny Flaherty, Anthony Abdo, Alex Kruz, Tamara M. Williams, Dawn Young, Bernadette Quigley, Frances Lozada, Ivana Black, Brock Yurich, Miriam Cruz, Will Krisanda, Kristen Parker Lovell
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Release: September 11, 2020
Megashare The Broken Hearts Gallery
What if you saved a souvenir from every relationship you've ever been in? THE BROKEN HEARTS GALLERY follows the always unique Lucy (Geraldine Viswanathan), a 20-something art gallery assistant living in New York City, who also happens to be an emotional hoarder. After she gets dumped by her latest boyfriend, Lucy is inspired to create The Broken Heart Gallery, a pop-up space for the items love has left behind. Word of the gallery spreads, encouraging a movement and a fresh start for all the romantics out there, including Lucy herself.
Director: Natalie Krinsky
Cast: Geraldine Viswanathan, Dacre Montgomery, Utkarsh Ambudkar, Molly Gordon, Phillipa Soo, Suki Waterhouse, Sheila McCarthy, Bernadette Peters, Nathan Dales, Ego Nwodim, Megan Ferguson, Nikki Duval, Emma Hunter, Taylor Hill, Randy Choi
Ava Megashare (2020)
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama, Mystery, Thriller
Release: September 25, 2020
We arrived early for the movie. The city of Stamford in Connecticut boasts a big Indian population, due partly to the presence of many large firms. It's proximity to NYC makes Stamford a fitting place for immigrant settlements. Surprisingly, contrary to expectations, Americans at the Namesake showing far outnumbered their Indian counterparts. I could not help observing the sombre look on the faces of the visitors as they left, and I convinced myself that this wasn't another ABCD-flick as some reviewers had complained. I grew up in Calcutta, and such movies, although rare, is a chance to revisit a treasured past, a temptation I couldn't resist.
The movie, to some extent portrays an almost autobiographical recollection of Jhumpa Lahiri's experiences as an young adult growing up in Philly. She was born "Nilanjana" (as her good name), but due to a chain of events, her 'pet name', Jhumpa persisted, being both terse and less cryptic than her more Indian-ised first name. Nikhil (or Nick), played wonderfully by Kal Penn, faces a similar dilemma. Named Gogol, by his father in memory of the Russian writer, Nikolai Gogol, Nikhil finds himself estranged by his unusual non-American name in the midst of the American culture. He tries, in vain to convince his parents that he should change his name from Gogol to Nikhil. Gogol's father, played by Irfhan Khan, genuinely believes that there could be a name no more fitting for his son. The name carries a strong emotional value for him, which, understandably the Americanised Gogol cannot relate to.
The story outlines the stark differences between Indians raised in the States trying to embrace parental Indian values whilst also seeking inclusion in the American way of living. As such, this leads to a hybrid of Indian vs American ways of living, oftentimes leaving young adults direction-less in times when their Indian-ness is challenged. The movie is extremely realistic and offers no bollywood style twists or long drawn Hindi pop songs. Instead what you get is raw emotion, real struggles and a frightfully original storyline.
Irfhan Khan, plays a moving role as a parent trying to come to terms with his son's Western outlook. Alas, he's not able to inculcate his ideals into Gogol, and the phrase "In this country, you can do what you like" is oft repeated to pardon Nick's un-Indian disposition. Gogol's mother, Ashima, played again stirringly by Tabu, is the story of a mother adopting to an American lifestyle in Queens with her husband. Although, Tabu is a well known Bollywood star, her acting in this movie bears little semblance to Bollywood-ish pretension.
She is very real in her role of a mother trying to make ends meet, to accept her son's boycott of Indian customs, and his independent lifestyle. In India, where family values are closely guarded, the notion of separation from children is not so commonplace as it is in the Western world. It is even more challenging in America, where Indian parents have their immediate families as their only ties to homeland. In the movie, Tabu echoes the loneliness that families and immigrants feel abroad, made worse by revolting kids who don't understand their point of view, and the hardships they face that are dealt with resolution and immense strength of mind.
The original theme, although Indian, must not detract the viewer into thinking that it is reserved only for immigrants. Albeit, Jhumpa Lahiri, who won the Pulitzer Prize in 2000 for her book, Interpreter of Maladies, layers an otherwise plain story with human emotions and displays of courage and trials that are so honest, one can relate to them effortlessly and draw parallels with one's own experiences.
Last, but not the least, I must mention of Mira Nair. She has spun yet another masterpiece following Monsoon Wedding bordering on the immigrant theme. Mira Nair, who spent her early years in Calcutta was able to depict the Bengali theme effectively. The choice of cast is excellent and not for a moment did I feel that the movie was directed by an "Indian" person, in fact it was just as unbiased and forthcoming as other good Italian or French movies I have seen. There were also scenes of the Victoria Memorial Hall of Calcutta, scenes of Howrah Station, the Howrah Bridge and other locations that are readily identifiable with the city. Indeed, her class is distinct from the rest of Bollywood and Indian wannabes who sport themselves as literary and movie geniuses, the like that are commonly spotted in Westport and Greenwich, CT.
I'm very conservative with my reviews, but this is a movie that deserves an 8/10. When we left the movie theater, the audience was silent and couples walked slowly and grimly out of the theater. It was, to me a testimony to how moving this film was, and I'm sure it will dwell in your memory a long time to come. Cheers to Nair, the cast, and Lahiri for a great collaboration and a timeless movie.
Director: Tate Taylor
Cast: Jessica Chastain, Geena Davis, Colin Farrell, John Malkovich, Diana Silvers, Ioan Gruffudd, Common, Joan Chen, Jess Weixler, Janelle Feigley, Nadezhda Russo, Efka Kvaraciejus, Aramis Merlin, Matt Lindquist, Lin Hultgren
After We Collided Megashare (2020)
Genre: Drama, Romance
Release: October 2, 2020
Megashare After We Collided
I love both leads in the show, Giamatti and Lewis are both amazing on their roles, both characters are I want to WIN ALL THE WAY but are broken inside with flaws they both depend on the same woman to try to repair. Imagine you get a TV show about The Wolf of Wall Street, with less profanity (I have nothing against, by the way) and mix it up with and equal opposite as the guy after him, both with money both with power but a big difference, the billionaire came from noting , rise up from a poor kid to the top. and the Public Officer (district attorney) is the one that grow up with money and power but have a hunger to be successful bringing down white collar guys.
The show is amazing, cant wait till next season. Please take a moment and enjoy it yourself.
Director: Roger Kumble
Cast: Josephine Langford, Hero Fiennes Tiffin, Louise Lombard, Dylan Sprouse, Candice King, Charlie Weber, Max Ragone, Selma Blair, Shane Paul McGhie, Rob Estes, Karimah Westbrook, Samuel Larsen, Khadijha Red Thunder, Pia Mia, Inanna Sarkis
Mulan Megashare (2020)
Genre: Action, Adventure, Drama, Family
Release: September 04, 2020
A young Chinese maiden disguises herself as a male warrior in order to save her father.
Director: Niki Caro
Cast: Yifei Liu, Donnie Yen, Li Gong, Jet Li, Jason Scott Lee, Yoson An, Tzi Ma, Rosalind Chao, Pei-Pei Cheng, Xana Tang, Ron Yuan, Jun Yu, Chen Tang, Doua Moua, Jimmy Wong
Cut Throat City Megashare (2020)
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama, Thriller
Release: August 21, 2020
Megashare Cut Throat City
He's a shameless fraud who preys on the ignorant and vulnerable. Awful.
Cast: Eiza Gonzalez, Ethan Hawke, Kat Graham, Wesley Snipes, Keean Johnson, Isaiah Washington, Terrence Howard, Joel David Moore, Shameik Moore, Denzel Whitaker, Andrene Ward-Hammond, Sam Daly, T.I., Rob Morgan, Demetrius Shipp Jr.
Tenet Megashare (2020)
Genre: Action, Sci-Fi
Release: September 3, 2020
Boy meets girl. Boy is married. Girl is widowed with a child. They fall in love, but his wife won't let him have his freedom. She will do anything to hold onto him. That is In Name Only in a nutshell...and what a masterpiece it is. With so many major films released in 1939, it is understandable how a film about 3 people in a grueling triangle can be overlooked. It seems that today, thanks to TCM, so many wonderful moments of screen history may once again be viewed and shared. I can remember as a child seeing this moving film on television. It was wonderful then, and even better now. The years have not left a mark on it. The evil portrayed by Kay Francis, subtle at times, flagrant at others keeps the viewer from feeling this is a sappy soap opera. As good as both Carole Lombard and Cary Grant are in this film, Kay outshines them. It's about time the world once again discovers the merits of Kay Francis. In this movie, she not only steals each scene she is in, but proves herself to have been thoroughly underrated as an actress. She was so much more than just a great beauty or a clotheshorse for the most stunning wardrobes in Hollywood. Try to catch each and every film she made and visit http://www.kayfrancisfilms.com/
Director: Christopher Nolan
Cast: Elizabeth Debicki, Robert Pattinson, John David Washington, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Kenneth Branagh, Cl�mence Po�sy, Fiona Dourif, Michael Caine, Himesh Patel, Andrew Howard, Wes Chatham, Dimple Kapadia, Martin Donovan, Yuri Kolokolnikov, Jack Cutmore-Scott
Mortal Megashare (2020)
Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Release: February 28, 2020
With a poll currently taking place on IMDbs Classic Film board for the best movies from the 1915-1919 era,I began to search online for titles to view,and I was surprised to stumble up on the debut appearance of Felix the Cat,which led to me getting ready to see Felix's first tail.
Promising to keep the mice away from taking all their food & drink,a cat called Master Tom waits until the shadows of his owners are long gone,and then secretly leaves the house for a date with Miss Kitty.Seeing no sign of Tom,the mice decide to come out and make make sure that this time the cat will not get the cream.
View on the film:
Despite sadly not featuring a score,director Otto Messmer is still able to make the film pop with a tremendous bite,thanks to Messmer giving Felix (here named Master Tom!) a gritty,pulp appearance,with Messmer also skilfully using speech bubbles to give the title an animated comic book atmosphere.Along with the stylish design,Messmer also reveals an excellent,jet-black Comedy streak in the movies screenplay,as Miss Kitty reveals that their date was far from innocent,and Felix/Master Tom dies from a suicide!,which thankfully did not stop Felix from coming back to life.
Director: André Øvredal
Cast: Nat Wolff, Priyanka Bose, Iben Akerlie, Arthur Hakalahti, Oddrun Valestrand, Ania Nova, Ravdeep Singh Bajwa, Per Egil Aske, Per Frisch, Martin Grid Toennesen, Sunniva Lind H�verstad, Torunn L�demel Stokkeland, Craig Narveson, Inger Berit Gr�terud, Niko Rusakov
The New Mutants Megashare (2020)
Genre: Action, Horror, Sci-Fi
Release: August 28, 2020
Megashare The New Mutants
Mannix, by far, is still the best PI series ever produced.
The grittiness is fantastic, and Mike Connors adds such a real, human touch. Gail Fisher also makes the show very worthwhile. I just bought the Season 2 DVDs, and they bring me back to my youth as I was glued every week to watching this wonderful show!
I can only hope that those who did not grow up with this show are able to see and appreciate the great work. While the CSIs of the this TV generation are interesting, Mike Connors showed how a true star can make a show excel.
Great job, again.
Director: Josh Boone
Cast: Maisie Williams, Anya Taylor-Joy, Charlie Heaton, Alice Braga, Blu Hunt, Henry Zaga, Adam Beach, Thomas Kee, Colbi Gannett, Happy Anderson, Dustin Ceithamer, Jacinto Vega SpiritWolf, Chuck, Marilyn Manson
Still Here Megashare (2020)
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Release: August 28, 2020
Megashare Still Here
This could have been such a much better movie in much more capable hands. But it's too obvious this was done on a shoestring budget--I take that back--shoestrings are more expensive than that. Grainy, dark film quality does NOT make for an eerie atmosphere--in fact, it's downright annoying. Especially when you can't understand 90% of the dialogue, and what you can hear is the same lines over and over. Put these in Memorable Quotes: "What, no kiss goodbye?" "You're home early." "Do you still love me?" And put "repeated line" over each one. That's pretty much it for the only female in the movie. And the plot has one major hole: how does the lead male become a zombie? I can understand the others, but it's like he just woke up from his "zombie dream" and decided to start eating people--he never died! Too bad, so sad, I'm glad it was a free rental. Remember, folks, a good plot is a terrible thing to waste.
Director: Vlad Feier
Cast: Johnny Whitworth, Zazie Beetz, Afton Williamson, Maurice McRae, Larry Pine, Jeremy Holm, Gia Crovatin, Danny Johnson, Justiin A. Davis, Rupert Simonian, Leopold Manswell, Steven Hauck, Lou Martini Jr., Tibor Feldman, Lorrie Odom
Genre: Adventure, Comedy, Music, Sci-Fi
Release: August 28, 2020
Megashare Bill & Ted Face the Music
Although I vaguely remember this from the 90s,I saw this show properly for the first time the other day (bought Series 1 DVD). Essentially it depicts the lives of 2 divorcees trying to start a new romance together, despite constant distractions from his ex-wife + her teenage children.
Although the humour is feeble, obsolete even,the show is nonetheless quite substantial simply for 2 reasons:-
1) The actors - 2point4 Children's Belinda Lang plays the ex-wife, and the (back then) really cute Julia Sawalha,of Absolutely Fabulous and Press Gang fame,plays the teenage daughter.
2) The archetypal early 90s British setting; the show is a nostalgic trip into the modest mums, baggy/black-clad teens and horrendous suburban wallpapers of the day!
Second rate by all means; while the BBC had all the essential comedy classics, perhaps ITV intended to spare a weekly slot for such mediocrity. That said, I will give it 6/10 simply for the established actors and the kitsch-yet-classy early 90s cultural setting.
Director: Dean Parisot
Cast: Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter, Kristen Schaal, Samara Weaving, Brigette Lundy-Paine, William Sadler, Anthony Carrigan, Erinn Hayes, Jayma Mays, Hal Landon Jr., Beck Bennett, Kid Cudi, Amy Stoch, Holland Taylor, Jillian Bell
Peninsula Megashare (2020)
Genre: Action, Horror, Thriller
Release: August 7, 2020
I don't buy it and they shouldn't be sellin' it. It's all just waaaaaay too easy. They bring a 75 year old guy back from the dead and they react as if they had successfully taken his wisdom teeth out. The scientist twins don't seem that close to me and I don't know... shouldn't she be wearing a lab coat, when she's in a lab, instead of a top? Also, my grandmother is 85 and I'm pretty sure I'd recognize her if I saw her 35 year old self. It would ring some kind of bell. But his own son (who just saw him a couple hours before he was killed) is completely and utterly clueless. And he's like a detective or something!
To sum up, during the 45 minutes pilot you meet the characters, the lead character gets killed, he's brought back to life with super strength and super potent (Whaaaaat????!!!), he adapted to the idea of dying and waking up in his 30 something body (all in a day's work), the female twin falls in love with him (aprox. 2 hours after meeting him) and he solves his own murder!
I'm not giving these guys a second chance.
Director: Sang-ho Yeon
Cast: Dong-Won Gang, Jung-hyun Lee, John D. Michaels, Re Lee, Hae-hyo Kwon, Milan-Devi LaBrey
Rogue Megashare (2020)
Release: August 28, 2020
This is truly an excellent film. It has everything-comedy, drama, tragedy and a vision of what the world was like in 1942.
Let's remember that when the movie was probably being made, the U.S. had not entered the war as yet.
It deals with a Brooklyn stripper from Parkside Ave. who lives in 1938 Austria and is about to be married to a high-ranking Nazi. Given her supposed limited intelligence, Ginger Rogers, as this gal, doesn't fully realize what she is getting into. She will be quickly educated by reporter Cary Grant, who is terrific in this role.
Walter Slezak plays the heavy in the film and at first is successful in having Ms. Rogers believe that he is an anti-Nazi. No matter where the couple show up, the country soon falls victim to the Nazi terror.
The plight of the Jewish people is shown by a maid and her 2 young children, all being Jewish, is helped by Rogers. The maid comes back later on to play a pivotal role when Rogers needs to escape. There is a scene where condemned Jews recite a Jewish prayer. How much more poignant can you get?
There is constant intrigue in this film as you begin to wonder the true beliefs of someone who is helping Rogers, while getting her to spy for the allies.
The ending may have been somewhat over-the-top, but it did provide for some comic relief to a subject that was very well handled here.
Director: M.J. Bassett
Cast: Megan Fox, Jessica Sutton, Philip Winchester, Calli Taylor, Lee-Anne Liebenberg, Adam Deacon, Brandon Auret, Greg Kriek, Tamer Burjaq, Isabel Bassett, Sisanda Henna, Kenneth Fok, Ashish Gangapersad
Greenland Megashare (2020)
Genre: Action, Thriller
Release: September 25, 2020
A lot is already being covered about the virtues and flaws of this series in the press as it airs.
However a major concern is that the writer appears to be falling into an unforgivable trap with regards both it's ambiguously stated gay protagonist, Arthur Havisham as well as it's token ethnic-minority male, Artful Dodger. In both instances the writer, though appearing to be mold-breaking on the one hand ,has in reality, evoked the tired and well worn negative depictions of ethnic minorities and gays living in a straight white world, that belong to an era we should have moved away from.
The ambiguously asserted gay character, Arthur H, manages to adopt all the usual negative stereotypes assigned to a gay character for most of the 20th Century and widely castigated and made unpopular during the 70s and 80s. Havisham not only has no real voice as a gay individual, nor any active or satisfactory sexuality, but he's very much the victim, hysteric, corrupter, and corrupted all rolled into one. Usually the gay character with a negative stereotype has been assigned just one of these attributes. Yet Dickensian manages to roll all six into one. Not only is this unforgivable, It's totally anachronistic and homophobic.
Likewise for the token ethnic-minority male, assigned to the Artful Dodger. Despite all appearances of being ground breaking, what non- white male viewers can enjoy is the usual negative images of a black man (in this instance boy) already well versed in the antics of crime and actively untrustworthy and a suitable suspect for accusations of homicide.
As with LGBT depiction, this racist stereotype dominated for the best part of 100 years of moving image history, along side the more permissible image of the fun loving, cuddly, musical, cheeky but always servile black man. Artful Dodger appears to have been assigned something of all these negative stereotypes too. Here we are again, with the unconscious and unchecked racism of the writer and director who no doubt are both white and male, significantly, at a moment when there is uproar about this year's Oscars exclusion of ethnic minorities in the short lists of winners.
It's not a trade off either. Just because a portrayal of ethnically diverse adolescent romance is included, it doesn't mean the writer gets away with the failures described. In fact, the choice continues to affirm what is palatable to the white-male-heterosexual, being his access to the not-too-black pretty girl, alongside the denigration of the gay and non-white male, both who no doubt represent a threat to his power.
The series is still airing as i write, but one is now left speculating to what extent Havisham will escape an inevitable dismal ending (a nail- biter we've just gone through with the gay footman, Barrow of Downton Abbey)and the question of the degree of Dodger's immorality though of course where he'll be inescapably always bad. A good writer would have offered a different set of speculations.
If white heterosexual writers are going to write in LGBT & ethnic monitory characters, then they should at least be familiar with the mistakes and criticisms made against script writers of their profession in the past and undertake not to repeat them. It all boils down to very bad craftsmanship, not political correctness, a defence so often sited by the offending. It's time to grow up, we can't drag these cliché derogatory stereotypes into the 21st century.
Director: Ric Roman Waugh
Cast: Gerard Butler, Morena Baccarin, Roger Dale Floyd, Scott Glenn, Randal Gonzalez, Rick Pasqualone, Nicola Lambo, Alan Pietruszewski, Scott Poythress, Claire Bronson, Madison Johnson, Gary Weeks, Tracey Bonner, Merrin Dungey, Brandon Miller
Unhinged Megashare (2020)
Release: August 21, 2020
The action of "Midnight Cabaret" takes place in New York.A beautiful actress(Laura Harrington)becomes the suspect in the series of murders of her fellow co-workers.The police inspector(Bruce Wright)finds a Satanic cult who wants to get the actress pregnant with the Antichrist child.Pretty stylish but slightly unremarkable clone of "Rosemary's Baby" set in Grand Guignol theatre.I expected more suspense and gore,however "Midnight Cabaret" is relatively bloodless.Some set-pieces are beautiful to look at,though.No nudity and sleaze,so fans of more exploitative horror movies will be disappointed.Still I liked "Midnight Cabaret" for what it's.6 out of 10.
Director: Derrick Borte
Cast: Russell Crowe, Caren Pistorius, Jimmi Simpson, Gabriel Bateman, Anne Leighton, Lucy Faust, Austin P. McKenzie, Michael Papajohn, Sylvia Grace Crim, Stephen Louis Grush, Brett Smrz, Juliene Joyner, Devyn A. Tyler, Gregory Hobson, Michael Randall
Genre: Action, Drama, Thriller
Release: March 6, 2020
Megashare The Burnt Orange Heresy
A show with the main cast almost completely women, working in a traditionally female career - and behaving like stereotypical women. I admit that I laughed once, but mostly I was disgusted. It's ironic that gender equality ideals like co-ed bathrooms are referenced, because this show is working to propagate traditional gender roles. If this kind of thing isn't a big deal to you, you might find this show mildly amusing, but I can't see past the in-your-face cultural undertones. In other words, this show is politically charged - if you are pretty conservative, you may like it, but if you are liberal, you will probably hate it.
Director: Giuseppe Capotondi
Cast: Elizabeth Debicki, Donald Sutherland, Claes Bang, Mick Jagger, Rosalind Halstead, Katie McGovern, Flaminia Fegarotti, Alexia Murray, Alessandro Fabrizi, Rasneet Kaur, Fabio Melchionna, Pat Starke
Follow Me Megashare (2020)
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Release: September 18, 2020
Megashare Follow Me
Maybe it's me Maybe I'm too unlettered to comprehend the eloquent content or too dumb to appreciate the profound and innovative concept of Sally Potter's "Rage". I am, however, honest enough to openly and unashamedly proclaim that this was, in my humble opinion, one of the dullest and most purposeless movies I've ever seen in my entire life. That is particularly hard to fathom considering the names of some of the cast members involved, like Steve Buscemi, Jude Law, Judy Dench and Dianne Wiest. What were they thinking? Were they also missing the point at first but then decided to accept the offered roles after all because this type of experimental film is good for your career? "Rage" is one-hundred boring minutes of uninteresting people talking directly into the camera and the only damn thing that changes occasionally is the color of the background! The thing they have in common is that they are all working for a fashion house in one way or another, and they vent about all their job-related frustrations against a student/amateur blogger. One tiny little problem, though nobody is freaking interested in the rants of eccentric, vainglorious, naive and self-indulgent fashion snobs. The raised topics aren't the least bit controversial and none of the monologues are even remotely provocative. The only thing that Sally Potter accomplishes here is stating the obvious. The fashion industry is a tough and competitive, the world's economy is in recession and all people are selfish bastards and too easily blinded by the idea of fame & glory. Big deal! So What! Who cares? Many interviews and monologues are implausible and preposterous. For example, it's very ignorant to assume that everyone working for a supposedly acclaimed fashion company (and only a few days prior to the launch of a new clothing line) is prepared to free some time and talk to a student with a webcam. As a student I had to coordinate an HR initiative for a big company, but I definitely never had the opportunity to have a chat with the general manager, journalists or security personnel. Oh, and Jude Law is the ugliest transvestite I've ever seen. Big fat fail.
Director: Will Wernick
Cast: Holland Roden, Ronen Rubinstein, Pasha D. Lychnikoff, Keegan Allen, Kimberly Quinn, Denzel Whitaker, Emilia Ares, Ravil Isyanov, Dominic Pace, Emily Hinkler, George Janko, Dimiter D. Marinov, Elizabeth Hinkler, Inja Zalta, Daniyar
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