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The Kid Detective Megashare (2020)
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Release: October 16, 2020
Megashare The Kid Detective
I'm speechless actually. I don't know what to say yet. I just came straight from caisson mall cinema 4 to be exact....... I just finished watching the movie IF ONLY. Now, if you were able to watch the movie then you know why I'm speechless right now. If i were to rate the movie from the scale of 1-10, 10 as the highest.....i will give the movie 10. It was so great. Straight to the point.
The message is just simple: If you love someone don't waste time of showing how much you love him or her. On how much you value him or her. And how much you appreciated him or her for being there with you.
The movie was perfect. So if I were you, you find ways and watch the movie. If your into a relationship, you watch it with your sweetheart. Or with you family and friends.
You'll miss one half of your life if you miss the movie.
So long......................"I wanna tell you why i love you...i love you since the first time i saw you. I don't know but you bring love to my life. If not because of you, I am a guy who doesn't know what love is. You taught me what love is and how to love...i love you."
Director: Evan Morgan
Cast: Adam Brody, Sophie NĂ©lisse, Sarah Sutherland, Jesse Noah Gruman, Wendy Crewson, Jonathan Whittaker, Peter MacNeill, Lisa Truong, Sophia Webster, Dallas Edwards, Tzi Ma, Isaac Kragten, Amalia Williamson, Sharon Crandall, Marlaina Andre
Genre: Drama, History, Thriller
Release: October 16, 2020
Megashare The Trial of the Chicago 7
The main character of "Visions" wakes up in a mental hospital after a car accident.He's doesn't remember his past.He is an amnesiac,who wants to learn more about his life.With the help of his friend he finds in the archive of Dr.Leeman's some hidden files and videotapes of an unsolved crime case.The serial killer nicknamed The Spider is still on the loose.The visions of Matt are becoming more and more nightmarish.Deadly dull and suspenseless psychological thriller obviously inspired by "Saw" series.I don't see any connection with 70's and 80's Italian gialli.The editing is epileptic and the acting is pretty weak.The climax is extremely anti-climatic.Watch Austrian "Angst" if you want a proper serial killer movie.3 out of 10.
Director: Aaron Sorkin
Cast: Eddie Redmayne, Alex Sharp, Sacha Baron Cohen, Jeremy Strong, John Carroll Lynch, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Mark Rylance, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ben Shenkman, J.C. MacKenzie, Frank Langella, Danny Flaherty, Noah Robbins, John Doman, Kelvin Harrison Jr.
Genre: Fantasy, Horror
Release: October 15, 2020
Megashare The Mortuary Collection
Women in Trouble has bright colors and several captivating story lines. It's all about sex really, but isn't life about sex? Of course it is.
The ideas presented in this movie are of the open-minded sort, which I adore, to the exception of the recurring fact that anybody in the sex industry should be trying to get out. Beyond that, you get taken in for a nice ride, with events that surprises you at time. It's a bit quirky, funny in passing, and never dull.
The acting is good. However, it could have been better but that might be the fault of the scenario or the director. The rest is pretty much invisible, which makes for fine entertainment. The only negative would be that the whole could have been a little bit tighter, more researched.
If you're looking for a bit of drama, a bit of sex, some laughs, and a jumble of scenes all about women that tie up together, then you should watch it.
Director: Ryan Spindell
Cast: Clancy Brown, Caitlin Custer, Christine Kilmer, Jacob Elordi, Ema Horvath, Jennifer Irwin, James Bachman, Barak Hardley, Sarah Hay, Ben Hethcoat, Mike C. Nelson, Brennan Murray, Michael Bow, Tom Woodruff Jr., Bradley Bundlie
Kajillionaire Megashare (2020)
Genre: Crime, Drama
Release: September 25, 2020
It's not common to see such a close combination of innocence with sharp satire, but that's how one would have to describe this film. On the one hand, it is a cheerful and likable film about children and their eternal struggle against the grown-ups, but on the other that means it's also essentially a feature-length ode to sticking it to the man.
It seems that perhaps because it is a story about children, there is almost no need to disguise the satire, and it's simultaneously the more pointed and the more innocent for being so out in the open. Inochkin is expelled from camp for swimming to the island in the lake, and decides to stay and hide out instead of going home. The support for him among his follow camps becomes like a popular uprising, and the movement for Inochkin becomes like the white whale to the Ahab of the camp's director Dynin.
And while it tears into the arbitrariness of authority, it's also quite entertaining with a slapstick sensibility to its gags and chases that also helps its parody elements to go down acceptably. There's a feeling of delightful chaos to all the proceedings which is authentically childlike -- from a title poking fun at the hypocrisy of the signs on the fronts of the camp to the admonishment of the fourth wall at the end. And the end -- with people magically flying across the river to the island -- is a bit surreal, but is like a tacit encouragement to break the rules, even of the method necessarily doesn't seem reasonably possible.
Director: Miranda July
Cast: Evan Rachel Wood, Mark Ivanir, Gina Rodriguez, Debra Winger, Richard Jenkins, Adam Bartley, Patricia Belcher, Diana Maria Riva, Madeleine Coghlan, Da'Vine Joy Randolph, Rachel Redleaf, Challen Cates, Steve Park, David Ury, Betsy Baker
Shortcut Megashare (2020)
Genre: Adventure, Fantasy, Horror
Release: September 25, 2020
OK there should be a rule drunk or otherwise inebriated people should not be allowed to vote. How in the hell did this show get a score of 5.7/10.
And Pej Vahdat with an Indian accent didn't anyone recognize him from BONES? how did that happened ? RACIST much ? and only because you keep playing a recording of laughter, inappropriately i.e. every instance you can hoping for a laughter doesn't make it funny.
Boring stereotypical racism Black and Indian is not funny. Not all Black people are loud and flashy and not all Indians have a "funny" accent.
According to Wiki the Pilot had 0.851 (million views) while the second episode had 0.644 (million views) an obvious downtrend of 0.2 (million) and boy am I glad to be a part on the 0.2 , lol.
2/10 waste of time swipe left please.
Director: Alessio Liguori
Cast: Zak Sutcliffe, Molly Dew, Jack Kane, Sophie Jane Oliver, Andrei Claude, Zander Emlano, Terence Anderson, David Keyes, Matteo De Gregori, Raffaele Buranelli, Teo Achille Caprio, Mino Caprio, Emma Giua
Genre: Comedy, Family, Fantasy
Release: October 15, 2020
Megashare A Babysitter's Guide to Monster Hunting
"Belle de Jour" is generally considered to be director Luis Bunuel's masterpiece; a surprisingly revealing and seemingly personal venture into the world of eroticism and its deviances. It's a truly surrealistic exercise in ambiguity, fantasy, and reality. The line that separates them is blurred so much that the famously mysterious ending has had critics arguing for decades over its meaning.
The fantasy sequences are usually signalled by the sound of carriage bells, but by the end of the film the viewer is no longer able to differentiate between what is another one of Severine's fantasies and what is reality. Even Bunuel admitted to not knowing himself. He said that "by the end, the real and imaginary fuse; for me they form the same thing." The gorgeous Catherine Deneuve, resplendent in her icy prime, portrays Severine Sevigny, the middle-class wife of Pierre, a doctor. She is frigid, virginal, yet seemingly happy enough in her bourgeoisie life and its trappings. However, upon hearing about a local clandestine brothel from a friend, she pays a visit to the madame, and becomes a prostitute, going by the name of "Belle de Jour", as she can only work in the afternoons. She apparently fully realizes and enjoys her sexuality, despite her guilty conscience, exclaiming that she "can't help it". She certainly doesn't need the money. She's bored with her life and her marriage, needing a "firm hand" to lead her; a need which the madame, Anais, who is obviously attracted to her, almost immediately recognizes. Her sweet and conventional husband is unaware, treating her much like a child, and the audience cannot help but believe that even if he knew of her true nature, he would not understand or empathize. She keeps her two worlds neatly separate until a patron of hers (whom she herself enjoys) becomes obsessed with her, and all is threatened.
That Alfred Hithcock in particular admired this film comes as no surprise to me; Deneuve would have been the perfect Hitchcock heroine: an icy blonde who becomes "a whore in the bedroom", as Hitchock was fond of saying he preferred in his leading ladies. But this remark is not meant to simplify the story, its telling, or Deneuve's remarkable performance, which is what truly draws the viewer into the film.
"Belle de Jour" was Bunuel's first foray into the use of color, and he employed it to great effect. From the fall colors displayed in the landscape scenes, to the subtle shades in Deneuve's clothing, the contrasts are set. While the world around her explodes in glorious hues, Deneuve's character is defined by her couture, if staid, wardrobe of tan, black, and white.
"Belle de Jour" was unreleased for many years due to copyright problems, but finally re-released in 1995 through the efforts of director Martin Scorcese, and released on DVD in 2003. I've watched it twice in the past week and am still at a loss to describe it very well; suffice to say that I am in awe. It's an amazingly erotic film without any explicitness, and one that I expect hasn't lost any of its effect over the years. As the subject matter is handled very tactfully and without any actual sex scenes; a great deal is left to the viewer's imagination - which only serves the heighten the mysteries inherent at every turn in the film. The viewer is however drawn into the sense of feeling to be a voyeur into Severine's secret life; the careful choreography of scenes and camera angles contribute to the uncomfortable sense of intrusion by us, the viewers.
There are many sub-stories and small mysteries in the film; for instance one of the most widely debated upon by critics is the mystery of "what is in the Asian client's little box?" that he presents first to one prostitute, who quickly refuses, then to Severine, who tentatively agrees. All the audience know is that it's something with a insect-like noise, and when the client leaves, Severine is sprawled face-down upon the bed, the sheets thrown about, and obviously pleased with whatever took place in the interim.
"Belle de Jour" was awarded the Golden Lion at the 1967 Venice Film Festival, as well as the award for Best Foreign Film in 1968 from the New York Film Critics Circle.
Interesting side notes: Bunuel himself had a shoe fetish, which helps explain the numerous shots of Deneuve's beautifully clad feet throughout the film, and the fact that every time she goes shopping, she buys shoes. He also appears in the film in a cameo as a cafe patron, and in another scene his hands are shown loading a gun.
Director: Rachel Talalay
Cast: Tamara Smart, Oona Laurence, Tom Felton, Troy Leigh-Anne Johnson, Lynn Masako Cheng, Ty Consiglio, Ian Ho, Indya Moore, Alessio Scalzotto, Tamsen McDonough, Ashton Arbab, Crystal Balint, Cameron Bancroft, Anisa Harris, Ricky He
2067 Megashare (2020)
Release: October 02, 2020
This film is unlike any other. It's one of those movies you either love or hate, and that depends on your own personal sensibilities about sex, romance, and mostly, porn. First off, because the film is from a young woman's point of view and takes place in the porn industry it opens itself up for criticism. But truthfully, it's unlike anything out there. It takes an honest look at a profession that most consider disgusting and immoral, and although the main character herself is disdainful of porn, she comes to realize that people are the same everywhere, in any job, and for that alone, it's a very politically incorrect film. The movie doesn't condescend or vilify the porn stars, on the contrary, it finds the humanity in them. When Jody ends up getting turned on by the porn she is editing, the film veers off into territory that is sexy, funny, and even a little sad. Watching a sexually inexperienced and insecure woman getting turned on by pornography is quite realistic, and probably something most people are afraid to see, and god knows it's probably a nightmare for most feminists, but for me, I found this movie fresh, insightful, and completely courageous.
Director: Seth Larney
Cast: Kodi Smit-McPhee, Ryan Kwanten, Sana'a Shaik, Deborah Mailman, Aaron Glenane, Finn Little, Andy McPhee, Checc Musolino, Matt Testro, Damian Walshe-Howling, Leeanna Walsman, Natasha Wanganeen, Rachael Wegener
Honest Thief Megashare (2020)
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama, Thriller
Release: October 16, 2020
Megashare Honest Thief
Return to Boggy Creek (1977)
1/2 (out of 4)
Horrible follow-up to THE LEGEND OF BOGGY CREEK has three children getting stuck in the woods while a hurricane blows through. While out there they run into a Bigfoot like monster known as Big Bay-Ty and unlike the legends, he's actually not harmful at all. Okay, who in their right mind thought it was a good idea to try and turn a drive-in hit into some sort of weird Disney movie? Yes folks, the monster here is actually a good guy with a big heart who helps the poor children when they are in need. I'm really not sure what the producers were thinking but this thing is just a complete disaster from the word go and for the life of me it never makes any sense as to what the filmmakers were trying to do. I mean, did they really think people wanted to see a Bigfoot movie trying to act like Walt Disney? I'm sure this could have worked but not when you handle it as poorly as this film did. For starters, the majority of the running time has the three kids sitting around either talking, fishing or not really doing anything. Two old folks sit around and talk about whether or not the monster is real. Two of the kid's mother (Dawn Wells) constantly calls the children her babies yet she has no problem with the young ones going into the swamp with deadly snakes and alligators. The editing is horrid, the music score awful and there's a really annoying title song running throughout, which will drive you crazy. The monster looks decent but sadly you don't get to see it too much and when you do it's usually at night. The only reason to check this out is if you're interested in seeing Wells outside Gilligan's Island or wanting to see Dana Plato who plays one of the children. RETURN TO BOGGY CREEK actually manages to make the first film look like a classic.
Director: Mark Williams
Cast: Liam Neeson, Kate Walsh, Jai Courtney, Jeffrey Donovan, Anthony Ramos, Robert Patrick, Birol Tarkan Yildiz, Tazzie, Adam Teper, Jose Guns Alves, Osmani Rodriguez, Janelle Feigley, Devon Diep, Jamie Ghazarian, Michael Malvesti
The Call Megashare (2020)
Release: October 02, 2020
Megashare The Call
Well, this movie shot immediately up to my top 20 list.
I've seen Ozu movies before, but this one is wonderful. I choose that word because it's more wonderful than things that are described as wonderful, like "It's a Wonderful Life." This movie is ten hundred times more wonderful than that movie, and is so much more about being wonderful than that movie could be.
While traveling one day, a man picks up a flea-bitten stray. This stray, as opposed to being a dog or a cat, is a little boy, and when the man brings the little boy back to his neighborhood, a bit of controversy rises over who should take the young one in. After all, who needs another mouth to feed, especially in a selfish and war-torn Japan? Ultimately, though, the boy gets left with an old widow and, after a few false starts, they begin to feel a lot of compassion for each other. Ultimately the boy ends up touching the community in a way that makes them realize how much their limited resources and worried lives have lost the freedom and innocence of days when they weren't all so selfish.
As always, Yasojiro Ozu presents this story from a lower, humble perspective, framing everything around a little boy's point of view. The War is held in the background, only alluded to, and the drama is entirely in the world of adults as the boy just tries to fit in. It's a touching and memorable film that's worth better than the transfer it's received in DVD releases so far.
Director: Timothy Woodward Jr.
Cast: Lin Shaye, Tobin Bell, Chester Rushing, Erin Sanders, Mike Manning, Sloane Morgan Siegel, Judd Lormand, Randy J. Goodwin, Brooklyn Anne Miller, Leah Contreras, Toby Leeder, Aidan Bertola, Madeleine Wade, Ciara Hanna, Fred Stoller
Genre: Drama, Thriller
Release: September 16, 2020
Megashare The Secrets We Keep
At first, Jack Klugman wasn't interested in doing this show. But when he found out that Tony Randall had signed on, Jack changed his mind. I believe that they turned out to be the greatest comedy team in TV history.
There is so much about "The Odd Couple" that is wonderfully endearing-especially when you examine its history. It ran for five seasons(1970-75 )with 114 episodes. But the ratings were very marginal all through its original run on ABC.
Then, something happened when it went into syndication in the latter half of the 1970s. People tuned in to the show on local stations all across the country. "The Odd Couple" became a sensation. WPIX-TV in New York City was showing it four times a day, at one point !
The first season used the vertical set with the gate and canned laughter for the episodes. Tony and Jack went to executive producer Garry Marshall about this. If the show was picked up for a second season, they wanted a horizontal set and a live studio audience for the show. Marshall had seen the chemistry between this pair. Tony and Jack got what they wanted and more. They each received five percent ownership of the show ( quite rare for actors on any series ). This gave them both a dose of creative control. They 'punched up' many of the scripts, threw in some of their own ideas, and made the show even funnier.
Jack's "Oscar" took home two EMMYs for the show and Tony's "Felix" took home one of his own, as well.
There has been plenty of debate about the guest stars that came on the show. It was mostly opera stars & ballet dancers for Tony ; various sports figures for Jack. But it worked and could often be hilarious.
Of course, Felix was always the neat-freak and Oscar was always the slob. That's part of what made "The Odd Couple". Tony and Jack turned it into an American classic.
Just one question..."Can two divorced men share a DVD set- without driving each other crazy ?" I'm betting they can :-).
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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
Hubie Halloween Megashare (2020)
Genre: Comedy, Mystery
Release: October 07, 2020
Megashare Hubie Halloween
I was absolutely amazed by this movie.
It's spectacular, it's funny, it's exciting, it's extremely fast-paced, the main actors are cute and good-looking and they really can act, the special effects are excellent and the sound blows you out-off your chair.
And guess what...?! It's Russian!!!
Yip, I didn't even notice it at first when I bought the DVD. The title was in English and so was the story on the cover. It sounded like an average low-budget scifi that could be fun, so I didn't look any further. The first 5 minutes I even thought that they were speaking Russian to give it some authentic feel, and that the story soon would turn to the US or England. But when they kept on speaking Russian, I checked the cover once again and it dawned at last. It IS Russian! Wow, was I wrong with all my (unfounded) prejudices about Russian movies: that they were probably all bleak and boring and that the special effects would still date from the stone age and that Russian actors would probably all look plain and talk incomprehensible dribble.
I'm deeply ashamed and with this movie I stand terribly corrected: it's simply great on every account.
Okay, the premise may be far-fetched and a bit childish (a young student accidentally gets hold of a terribly old car that's dug up from a ditch, to find that it contains some extraordinary top-secret fuel that makes it fly like a star-fighter; the Very Bad Guy hunts him down to get hold of it, while the student decides to use his car as some superhero-device to rescue people). But isn't that the same with movies like Transformers or Percy Jackson? In movies like this the story is just the frame, it's the spectacular special effects that count. And in that department you will most certainly not be disappointed, the CGI is absolutely top-of-the-bill!
Considering the story, you would expect such a movie to be rather one-dimensional: just lots of action and maybe some humor to counter-balance. I know many movies where this is the case (like the afore-mentioned Percy Jackson - amazing how so much action could end up as such a tedious bore!), but here in Black Lightning there are actually more layers, albeit - thank god! - not rammed in our face, but nicely dispersed through the movie in a pleasantly subtle way. Like when our (anti-)hero Dima has to compete for the love of a girl and painfully learns that there are limits as to how far you can go. Or when he tries to accomplish a fortune by working so hard that he neglects his caring little family and has to pay for this with the knowledge that he was too late to save his dying father. Or the way he handles his suddenly becoming a hailed but anonymous superhero: should he come-out in the open to impress and win his beloved? There are many moments of insight and warmth, that give the movie something extra besides being a slick action-movie.
Grigoriy Dobrygin as Dima is perfect: he is cute and handsome in a boy-next-door kind of way, he's adorable as he stumbles through his infatuation with Nastya, he can be serious and funny, but he is equally convincing in his role as a vengeful superhero. Ekaterina Vilkova as Nastya is just adorable in every aspect, and radiantly beautiful to boot. Come to think of it: almost all the other supporting roles are played flawlessly: the parents, the cute little sister, the arrogant best friend and the Bad Guy, and the whole movie is filled with a fine sense of irony that makes you smile all of the time.
Well, just go and watch it and enjoy! And by the way: don't put the DVD on the English sound, which gives Dima an annoyingly high-pitched voice. Stick to the authentic Russian track, it only heightens the pleasure!
Director: Steven Brill
Cast: Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Julie Bowen, Ray Liotta, Steve Buscemi, Rob Schneider, Maya Rudolph, Tim Meadows, Michael Chiklis, June Squibb, George Wallace, Kenan Thompson, Shaquille O'Neal, Ben Stiller, Jackie Sandler
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.
On the Rocks Megashare (2020)
Genre: Adventure, Comedy, Drama
Release: October 23, 2020
Megashare On the Rocks
They changed the story regarding the locales of the main characters. This was obviously to save money because it would have required gnomes and dwarfs. They added trolls for no reason; which wasn't expensive, because, in the creator's view, they are just people wearing gas masks. They appeared to have gotten rid of the Reaper, one of the most important characters in the entire story. That's probably to reduce cost on CGI. They changed Paranor into a ruin instead of a naturally guarded keep, and changed the demonic attack on it to a hallucination of a duel. Again, penny pinching. They immediately introduced Rovers and have them steal the Elfstones, when they have nothing to do with the story until 2/3 through the book. This is probably to remove minor actors and death scenes-- saving money. The only story change they arguably did to make it easier for non-readers to understand the story was change Wil from a 3/4 man into a halfling.
The story was drastically changed, there are many more examples. The story is pretty incoherent as they just time warp to distant places and back again. The dialogue by the younger actors is absurd, and from what I read, will get even more ridiculous. This is not a 'Game of Thrones' competitor. It is a travesty. It was not done on a big-budget, the obvious penny-pinching makes it impossible to suspend disbelief and enjoy the show. This series will be going nowhere fast.
Director: Sofia Coppola
Cast: Bill Murray, Rashida Jones, Marlon Wayans, Jenny Slate, Jessica Henwick, Barbara Bain, Nadia Dajani, Musto Pelinkovicci, Jules Willcox, Alexandra Mary Reimer, Evangeline Young, Ximena Lamadrid, Grayson Eddey, Mike Keller, Chase Sui Wonders
The Doorman Megashare (2020)
Genre: Action, Thriller
Release: October 09, 2020
Megashare The Doorman
I saw this movie years ago at a film festival in Irvine California. The movie had a good pace and the end was how I like them! The director was there at the viewing and gave a brief insight in to the movie, he also asked for questions from the audience. It was receive well by all that attended.
I have been looking for this film for years but I had forgotten the title of the movie until I just stumbled on to it today. I can't wait to watch it again, all these year later.
I would suggest this movie to anyone.
See it you might like it.
Director: RyĂ»hei Kitamura
Cast: Ruby Rose, Jean Reno, Aksel Hennie, Rupert Evans, Julian Feder, David Sakurai, Louis Mandylor, Hideaki Itďż˝, Kďż˝la Lord Cassidy, Philip Whitchurch, Andreea Androne, Jamie Satterthwaite, Jo Marr, Andreea Vasile, Raynor van de Water
Vanguard Megashare (2020)
Release: September 30, 2020
Turning Off at 30! Turning 30! had a lot of speculation because it's from Prakash Jha's stable and you have the lass from Dor and Dhoop. However the speculation and reality does not always go together. Sometimes a small script is filled with chewing gums to stretch it to make a full movie. The debutant director Alankita Srivastav , a long time assistant of Prakash Jha, was good in patches. The film was like a soap straight from the TV sitcoms. And this time the Gum was doses of endless beer and 'F' words, endless one night stand jokes,pre marital sex, smooches, sharing relationship, a quick Court win, all silly jokes about mid age-ers, gays and lesbians, lady Chetan Bhagat, wonder Bra and a Raunchy Gigolo Bar. The director used all the urban masala and lingo but forgets to mix in well with right proportions. Somehow when I see the projects where Alankita had her works gives a disagreement that she is the same lady who worked as an assistant in movies like Dil Dosti etc, Gangajal, Khoya Khoya Chand, Apharan etc...
Gul Panag, impressive but she is better on Twitter. The actor works perfectly in patches and suits the role of women turning 35. She was subtle and in the skin of the character. She was excellent as a desperate girl who wanted her BF badly and was begging with her breath and submission, when his guy came to collect his stuff. But failed when she needed to mouth those unspeakables. Another remarkable performance was Tillotama Shame, the girl who played the lesbian BFF. She was too natural with the emotions and the eyes. Definitely another find by Mr Jha, She is worth a watch. Rest of the characters were just doing their roles in their own limitations. Purab kohli was a waste and didn't have much to prove. The music and background score was just OK to be there. And so was the screenplay and a very average cinematography. There were few one-liners which can be picked up by the youth but overall a very patchy an substandard work. None of the songs were catchy or worth listening. The end speech of the movie was well crafted and got a good effort from the protagonist. Too clichĂ© at times, mix of 'Sex & City' and 'Bridget Jones's Diary' had nothing new to offer. Wished more Hindi in this Hinglish Chick Flick.
Director: Stanley Tong
Cast: Jackie Chan, Yang Yang, Miya Muqi, Lun Ai, DzavĂˇd RamezĂˇnĂ, Ruohan Xu, Zhengting Zhu, Desmond Aldridge, Nicole Atalla, Can Aydin, Sayed Badreya, Ilez Badurgov, Brahim Chab, Barret Coates, Keith Dallison
The Last Shift Megashare (2020)
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Release: September 25, 2020
Megashare The Last Shift
I just found this show on Hulu and I was hooked from the very first episode! It reminds me a lot of the "female" version of Workaholics in which one of the main characters also plays in. I love the instant chemistry between the two leading ladies and how effortless their acting is in this show. It's kooky and somewhat bizarre but in a good and raunchy way. I've only seen six episodes so far but will look forward with anticipation to watching many more! Great acting, fun show, and the zaniness is very much entertaining.
This is an adult-themed show so please do not watch with children under 16 in the room.
Director: Andrew Cohn
Cast: Richard Jenkins, Shane Paul McGhie, Ed O'Neill, Allison Tolman, Da'Vine Joy Randolph, Birgundi Baker, Emily Anderson, Jeff Dlugolecki, Dano Duran, John Gawlik, Holden Ochsenhirt, Deron J. Powell, Cameron Scott Roberts, Cameron Scott Roberts, Bradley Grant Smith
Infidel Megashare (2020)
Genre: Action, Adventure, Thriller
Release: September 18, 2020
Love,Love, Love Bordertown! I missed the live airings of it and watched 3 episodes on Hulu and I have to say it's a great show. Bordertown is funny, entertaining and visually stunning. I Ike the look of the show and the music is great too. People really need to give the show a chance, I don't understand the low rating.
This show deserves at least a 7.2 I will let people know how great this show is. Please give Bordertown a chance, you will not be disappointed.
I like the voices on this show and the sound, especially when the characters walk on the floor. I really hope fox keeps this show on the air.
Director: Cyrus Nowrasteh
Cast: Jim Caviezel, Claudia Karvan, Hal Ozsan, Stelio Savante, Aly Kassem, Bijan Daneshmand, Isabelle Adriani, Leila Arabi, J.R. Cacia, Hanna Jiryis, Leanne Katkhuda, Hamzeh Shaker Mahadin, Krista Moorman, Peta Sergeant, Nadeem Srouji
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
Savage Megashare (2020)
Genre: Crime, Drama
Release: August 28, 2020
Mads is a Copenhagen police officer who has started working with the fraud squad; he is convinced that there is something wrong with the energy firm Energreen. There is indeed something wrong; fraud is discovered by young corporate lawyer Claudia. She reports it and two employers are paid off on condition that they leave Denmark. Claudia is quickly promoted and soon finds herself drawn into the corruption while her boss, Alexander SĂ¸dergren, ensures that his signature doesn't appear on any paperwork linked to the fraud. If that wasn't enough a couple of small time criminals steal the car belonging to one of the men that was paid off; it contains two million euros and a laptop that contains evidence against EnergreenÂ… this makes their lives far more complicated because there are people who will kill to ensure that the fraud remains uncovered.
One might have thought that a drama about corporate fraud, with talk of things like shell companies, wouldn't be too exciting but this series managed to be fairly gripping from the start. This is of course helped by the fact that there is an element of real danger for some characters. While the viewer is in no doubt that Energreen is rotten there is no guarantee that their fraud will ultimately be exposed and those responsible punished as we are constantly reminded that corporate fraud is notoriously difficult to prove. The story is resolved in a satisfying way. The secondary plots concerning Mads' wife leaving him for her doctor and Claudia talking about moving to Paris with her son are a bit of a distraction from the main story but not overly so and it does show us other sides of the characters. The cast does an impressive job; most notably Thomas Bo Larsen as Mads, Natalie MadueĂ±o as Claudia and Nikolaj Lie Kaas as SĂ¸dergren. Overall I'd recommend this to people who have enjoyed other Scandi-dramas.
These comments are based on watching the series in Danish with English subtitles.
Director: Sam Kelly
Cast: Jake Ryan, John Tui, Chelsie Preston Crayford, Seth Flynn, Haanz Fa'avae-Jackson, James Matamua, Jack William Parker, Alex Raivaru, Olly Presling, Lotima Pome'e, Italiyah Wilson, Eden Flynn, Poroaki Merritt-McDonald, Taiti Ahiao, Tui Rererangi Aitken
Enola Holmes Megashare (2020)
Genre: Adventure, Crime, Drama, Mystery
Release: September 23, 2020
Megashare Enola Holmes
I'm not going to lie, I'd always choose a good period drama should there be one, once I heard the BBC jumped into this I got my hopes up after the almost yet disappointing 2007 adaption but let's be honest, no.
I keep forcing myself to watch, it's... slow, poorly acted, they don't get anything of Russia here, we get no explanation about the events, there is no context, at all. Everything seems forced except for the scenery, as always when it comes to the BBC, it's beautiful and yet nothing, it's lame, 1 episode and half watched and I must say: I don't like it, they could have done more. The cast was good, what happened here? Also, it makes me compare this to the 2007 adaptation for the Rostov's palace is the same they used. Even the furniture, same place, also, I'd like one adaptation to have a brunette Natasha for she was one, I'll keep watching for I promised myself to give it a chance until it ends but I'd not advice anyone to do as well.
Director: Harry Bradbeer
Cast: Millie Bobby Brown, Henry Cavill, Sam Claflin, Helena Bonham Carter, Fiona Shaw, Adeel Akhtar, Frances de la Tour, Louis Partridge, Susan Wokoma, Burn Gorman, Jay Simpson, Margaret Wheldon, Joakim Skarli, Heather Pearse, Paul Parker
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