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Antebellum Megashare (2020)
Genre: Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Release: September 18, 2020
Extraordinary Breastfeeding is a one-off documentary that looked at parents who breast feed past the age of two; not many UK women breastfeed past this age. The programme was billed as a sensitive portrayal of breastfeeding older children and it was, it also attracted a few complaints due to it showing children aged up to around 8 being breastfed which unsurprisingly viewers found disgusting.
The documentary follows various women, their partners (if they have them) and their children on their breastfeeding routine. This includes one mother who is trying to ween her child off breastfeeding, a single mother who set up a breastfeeding support group and some older children who are still breastfed. There were some moments I found quite funny: a public breastfeeding publicity photograph in a Blackburn shopping centre Which unsurprisingly got comments like "I think it's disgusting"; the filmmakers were probably hoping for this reaction and a father who says he's slightly jealous because he likes to be breastfed by his wife as well!
The subject is quite interesting and is rarely covered if at all. Behind all the (unexpected) controversy and the slightly disturbing tone of the documentary it is just another documentary. It's still worth watching, especially if the subject appeals to you or if you want to see what the fuss was about.
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
I wouldn't normally bother inflicting my opinion on others via this database. However, I felt compelled to re-iterate all the positive reviews and comments I've seen here and elsewhere for this truly wonderful film.
I was lucky enough to be given a free ticket for the BFI Festival viewing last Tuesday. A wonderful woman (now known as Lily) collared me in the queue for tickets and generously offered me a spare.
We sat down and I knew things were looking good when the cast were introduced but eschewed the usual Q&A session by quickly introducing themselves and asking us to simply enjoy the film adding that if anyone had any questions at the end they'd be milling around for a chat.
Anyway, enough of the preamble, to the film - it's an exemplary piece of work beautifully encapsulating the feelings of the eighties. The avarice of that time (both political and economic) juxtaposed against the heightened sense of revolt against a Thatcherite government that truly didn't seem to give a toss about anyone who wasn't on the gravy train.
The script is razor sharp and the acting excellent! I'm not going to waste your time reviewing it but I will say, please go and see it for yourself (especially if you were growing up during the eighties)...
You'll be rewarded with a superb soundtrack, laughter, sadness and at times real, palpable, tension.
Love & Rockets, Lord E.
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
I got to see this wonderfully fulfilling film by chance at a private screening.I had no expectations other than the fact that it was a Mira Nair film.
The film is a journey of a couple from Bengal to America and their lives with their children in a different culture, and the ultimate realization of the main characters - brilliantly played by Tabu, Kal Pen, and Irfaan.
The emotion of Loss has been portrayed extremely poignantly and beautifully by Mira, the loss of one's parents, the loss of one's children, and the loss of one's partner, leaving behind nothing but yourself and trying to find freedom and joy after the loss.This is a universal story , with universal emotions, and one that cuts across all cultures as its a film about what we all go through or will go through.
Tabu and Irfaan as the main couple have delivered a knockout performance, and kal Pen works well as gogol.The emotions are subtly handled and very effectively, as besides making me laugh at many points, the film made me cry for a long time ,well after it was over.
Sooni Taraporewala, has written a fabulous screenplay, and this film for me is my top film this year, Babel comes close.
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
Try not to think to hard about the impossibilities of cold blooded prehistoric crocodiles not having to bask long hours in the sun. Don't think about the young boy who has fed these same crocs for TWO years without anyone noticing any crocodiles anywhere. Nor think about the giant crocs knowledge of household layouts or their ability to quickly move and navigate through dense woods. The monster size crocs look like they are made of rubber.
The movie has a couple with a son move into a home when grandma dies. Grandma kept a chainsaw in the refrigerator. On the first day, the son finds the crocs and feeds them as pets, careful not to get too close. Unlike adults, boats, and automobiles, the crocs don't attack him. Dad is a wildlife ranger and mom is a Realtor. There is a sheriff who claims there are no crocs. The lake has been searched with sonar. The are four college kids out camping/ swimming on the lake. There is also a woman who is a guide for poaching elk who takes out a party which include one college kid searching for his girlfriend who is part of the said four. The story is simple. You could probably guess most of it by now and the only real question is who lives and who dies.
The movie includes the standard 1980's three gratuitous nude scenes, including one early full frontal in the unrated version. One sex scene. PLOT SPOILER: The babysitter keeps her clothes on.
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
"Feline Follies" is the first Felix the Cat cartoon, though it isn't exactly the Felix that was popular through the 1920s. The character looks similar and it was brought to the public by the same folks who made the Felix cartoons, though he is more like a real cat in this cartoon and they call him 'Master Tom'.
The film begins with Tom going out for a walk and meeting a cute white female cat. They spend time together--much to the annoyance of everyone but the mice! And, in the end, the ending (which I won't divulge) is very, very dark--and the sort of cartoon parents probably would NOT let their kids see! So dark that I was actually pretty shocked.
While this cartoon is much too normal for my tastes (except for the ending), it is historically important and worth a look if you are an aficionado of the history of cartoons.
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
Despite over thirty films to his credit, Mike Connors will be best remembered for his television work. In 1959, he created a sensation as the undercover agent with the hidden gun behind his back, in "Tightrope", and in 1967, at 42, he introduced one of the most popular detectives in television history, "Mannix".
The initial concept of the series was intriguing; a high-tech investigative agency, Intertect, headed by Joseph Campanella, possessed all the tools to analyze and fight crime, except one; a P.I.'s instincts, that ability to play hunches and make correct decisions by 'gut feeling'. So they hired the best veteran private eye in the business, Joe Mannix, and utilized his services whenever the 'human touch' was required, while backing him with all their resources.
While the Intertect episodes were often imaginative, and Connors and Campanella had good chemistry, CBS quickly realized that the program's fans were watching because of the rugged Mannix, who, each week, despite being beaten, tortured, drugged or worse, managed to emerge victorious. So Campanella and Intertect were dropped by the second season, and Mannix returned to more traditional digs, accompanied by a new secretary, Peggy Fair (Gail Fisher), the widow of a cop. With aid from his 'buddies' on the Force (Robert Wood, Jack Ging, and "Brady Bunch" patriarch, Robert Reed), Joe Mannix would take on cases as simple as petty theft, to unsolved murders, while still taking more than his share of abuse each week.
With his chiseled features and thick jet-black hair, Mannix was a hero attractive enough to appeal to women, yet tough enough to keep men watching, as well. Fiercely loyal to his Greek heritage and many friends, a sucker for a 'hard luck' story, and with a well-stocked (and used) medicine cabinet, the series 'fit' like a pair of well-worn, comfortable shoes, and audiences quickly developed a viewing habit that would last seven more seasons, until 1975. The success of "Mannix" would open the door for a whole new generation of 'gumshoes' that followed, from "Cannon" and "Barnaby Jones", to "The Rockford Files" and "Magnum, P.I."
It is a heritage that Mike Connors can be proud of!
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
Living a Zombie Dream: 1 out of 10: I know this kind of movie. We all do. That kid or two in high school who wanted to become a famous movie director and got some friends together to make a film. Raised some cash from local business and parents and showed their masterpiece in the local theater one Saturday night. One of the best documentary films ever made "American Movie" is about kids just like that. The difference is that those kids's movie, after being viewed by friends and family, went into a trunk with the Boy Scout pictures and old report cards. This film was released on DVD.
The other difference is that those kids probably had more talent. A lot more talent. Living a Zombie Dream is a youthful (and not so youthful) embarrassment to all involved. The script is a mishmash that is almost completely without dialogue or logic. After hearing the "actors" line readings one can at least understand why the director Todd Reynolds stayed away from actual conversation.
Instead we have a soundtrack that sounds like something a World of Warcraft clan uses to promote its best battles on Yourtube. The director also seems to be afraid of light. Every scene is bathed in darkness rendering any attempt to follow the wordless story even more difficult.
Also a personal note to lead actor Amon Elsey that's not how you kiss a girl and the less said about the sex scenes or your haircut the better.
So if you are related to director Todd Reynolds or own the house whose front yard this movie was filmed in I'm sure you have already seen it. Everyone else should stay very far away.
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
When I read the plot line I wasn't overly enthralled, just figured I'd give it a go. So glad I did.
There are some really interesting characters here, most of whom are deliciously flawed, with interesting relationships and interactions between them.
Visually pleasing, an interesting extension of technology and software that we already take for granted (and the slightly darker big brother aspect to it with the developers using it for their own ends without conscience) is a believable near future that makes the more esoteric sci-fi storyline feel more natural.
The plot for the first episode was a bit 'seen it before', but I think a necessary lack of invention in order to establish the story and give us an immediate understanding of the prime characters. I expect the plots will thicken up nicely.
I'm really looking forward to seeing how this develops; early days but has serious potential, for me, the best show so far this year and I'm eager to see more.
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
Although an intriguing curiosity - a comedy/intrigue with hearty doses of wartime propoganda - the film never resolves its schizoid persona. The Nazi characters are too cartoonish to provide real menace, and what comedy there is is overshadowed by the sincere attempt to portray the threat to European Jewry. The ending is abrupt (mercifully so?) and doesn't really resolve anything. Cary Grant and Ginger Rogers do their best but their efforts don't save matters. The scene where the allied agent attempts to prove his American identity to Rogers is tediously, painfully humorless. Watchable only as a curiosity.
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
Chrystal is a movie that just won't leave you alone after you've seen it. It takes its time and burrows under your skin. Scenes take on a feeling of real time not 'reel time'. Directed by supremely talented Ray McKinnon, produced by McKinnon and Lisa Blount who completely possesses the title role, this film is a haunting look at what happens to people who will not and in fact, cannot put their overwhelming and powerful feelings into words. Someone once said, "There are rooms of experience that you and I will never enter." Well, that may be true in most cases, but McKinnon and his cast take you into one of these rooms and leave you there long enough so that you won't soon forget it. Balanced skillfully between moments that will make you twist and turn in your seat and moments of unexpected levity, this dark, Gothic Southern tale of loss leads to a strange kind of redemption. It will raise questions long after you leave the cinema. And how many movies these days do that? Don't miss it. It's a jewel.
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
Anyone who is a fan of Michael Des Barres' darker roles should see this -- It's as if they combined Murdoc from Cleo Rocks, Malcolm Graves from Ghoulies, the Blue Moon Killer from The Pretender, the Dark Priest from Charmed, and some LSD for good measure.
Don't let the cut-and-dried review on the back of the box fool you, however. The film weaves dreams, real-life, and Cabaret theater scenes together in such a way that you won't quite know what's what by the end, and that's a good thing.
My one complaint is that the leading lady is a bit flat in her role, but Des Barres more than compensates for her lack of screen presence.
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
as the other viewer says. What the other viewers say pretty much covers the film, I only want to draw attention to two things.
First, it is said that the harassment issue is not new, and it is not, yet it sounds as a nothing-new-under-the-sun drawback for the documentary; the fact that the boy's case is exemplary in his not being at all effeminate - exemplary, that is in vivifying the way we should think again what we see.
What I mean is this: take whatever film you will with man to man love, and tell me no matter how male the male element acts, to put it that way, homosexuality is usually depicted as a right to be admonished or not. But what CJ's case exemplifies is that all the babbling against homosexuality as sin boils down to reproduction: if you publicly act like like a, well, truly male male, who, literally, cares what you do between the sheets? What is missing from the covering of the facts is why CJ came out in the first place. Was it the usual "what bitch do you f**k" harassment, or like things one listens at high school? For the sake of privacy we won't know, but we can ponder upon it, that is what truly are the reasons of spelling out "who we are," that is our sexual identity.
That contrasts well with the female couple, that is their sexual identity as debate is irrelevant in terms of renovating a culturally important location, since that is what they do, significantly, for most of the film. Who we are is also what we offer to the community.
But of course this is something you know. Some pray for it, some pray against it.
I liked the nerve CJ brought to the film, I liked, well kind of, the chill that whatshername zealous woman allowed us to witness in the workings of gooood Christians, but the documentary relied a bit too much on them, I'd like to see some nerve from the makers, that is some accent on the emerging friendship between the pastor and the director as a true redeeming factor. That would sustain the tension and the care between leaving your hometown and staying there, as the director himself says towards the end.
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
There's a tricky decision the you have to make when you choose to do a film examining the controversial elements of an industry.
You have to choose whether to fix the film in a place and time, and discuss real historical events, or to allow the film to examine broader topics through fictional constructs, thus freeing the movie to be timeless.
Both choices can be fraught with peril, and Sally Potter braves those waters with Rage, choosing to create a fictional context for examining the class disparity, sweatshops, and unrealistic beauty standards that are at the heart of most of the Fashion Industry's major controversies.
Potter uses a bare-bones film technique, fixing a camera at a green screen, and shooting a series of documentary-style still-camera interviews with actors playing fashion industry archetypes.
There is a fundamental premise, and a story arc complete with acceptably dramatic events of a shocking nature, but these are neither compelling, nor believable in any context. The story here is secondary, and is a means to an end.
This film is, essentially, an acting exercise. It is an opportunity for Sally Potter and her actors to explore a character's arc in the broader context of a (largely silly and contrived) fashion industry disaster.
The film never answers any of the poignant questions it asks, and it never really allows any one character to follow a satisfying arc (with the possible exception of Jude Law's character, the high point).
For the most part, theatre and film geeks will enjoy the effort, if not the execution, but mainstream film-goers will be bored to tears inside of five minutes.
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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