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On the Rocks Projectfreetv (2020)
Genre: Adventure, Comedy, Drama
Release: October 23, 2020
Projectfreetv On the Rocks
I have not read the source books (never even knew they exist), so I do not have any reference to how much the TV version deviates from it. But I found the world presentation pretty good, all the overgrown technology etc. I would welcome a bit more of the other races (Gnomes/Dwarves), but it might be too soon for that.
However, I think that the "eyes up here" scene at river in Episode 3 was a bit pointless, but probably had to be due to it being on MTV. Also, Wil in few scenes sounds like Hayden Christensen in SW prequels, which is to say, awful, but it is just few scenes, so it is bearable.
But, the special effects are pretty good or a TV show and most actors are pretty good as well.
I would give the series a chance, see how it develops.
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
Genre: Drama, Romance
Release: October 2, 2020
Projectfreetv After We Collided
No doubt Showtime produced some of the most creative series of the last decade. Billions is - as well - very original with its look into some of the most prestigious and demanding professions out there.
Billions dramatizes the conflicts between the stupidly rich Bob Axelrod and the prosecutor Chuck Rhoades. On one side high-end brokers and financial companies; their environment of cut-throat risks, information control, security privileges, lawyers, ground-breaking businesses and people managers. On the other the American justice system which attempts to punish financial crimes or - more realistically, recognizing the ineffectiveness of the system - trying to frame the presumed-criminal in any way available.
The problem with Billions (as with other niche-profession-focused shows) is that the more you don't have a clue about what it's talking about, the more you may find it entertaining and fascinating.
Don't get me wrong: with highs and lows Billions entertained me. But the lack of deep competence and insight of the writers into the worlds they talk about becomes clear very soon: the plot lines are too many, too superficial and/or too "wow". Every episode we are provided with mediocre psychology and analyses which get contradicted in the next one, incoherent statements and actions, unbelievable circumstances... but who cares? no one really knows what happens in those ivory towers, right? Writers apparently just want to show off how smart their characters are (and how smart the viewers are to like Billions).
Unfortunately the characters result devoid of any realism: in the end everyone seems just someone cool, smart and powerful, interested in "winning" huge stakes. Which - as you might expect - gets repetitive very soon if not paired with actual people fighting actual battles.
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
The Witches Projectfreetv (2020)
Genre: Adventure, Comedy, Family, Fantasy, Horror, Mystery
Release: October 22, 2020
Projectfreetv The Witches
Grendel, Grendel, Grendel is a truly fantastic animated film based on the monster Grendel in the ancient Beowolf legend. It is one of my all time favourite films. The film is viewed from the point of view of Grendel the monster. He's one of those big, burly, wise, innocent and doomed monsters that legends are made of. The film works on a variety of levels. The visuals are great - bold deep colours. The soundtrack is ultra lounge and very James Bond. The story is wonderful. It is entertaining and deep, funny and sad, and has wisdom and wit thrown in as well. It's never dull, cutesy or mundane. The depth of the story, its smooth and quite referencing to wider stories, legends and theories allows interesting interpretations from a range of perspectives - mythological, historical, or psychoanalytical. It is a feel good movie with depth, design and spark. If you ever get to see the film then make sure you do.
Director: Robert Zemeckis
Cast: Chris Rock, Jahzir Bruno, Octavia Spencer, Brian Bovell, Joseph Zinyemba, Josette Simon, Jonathan Livingstone, Miranda Sarfo Peprah, Ashanti Prince-Asafo, Lunga Skosana, Vivienne Acheampong, Sobowale Antonio Bamgbose, Ken Nwosu, Arnaud Adrian, Charles Edwards
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Release: September 11, 2020
Projectfreetv 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
Rebecca Projectfreetv (2020)
Genre: Drama, Mystery, Romance, Thriller
Release: October 21, 2020
I really really wanted to like Hyperdrive, no I truly did and this is why I gave it every chance but unfortunately the conclusion that this BBC space-com is a bit of a dog is unavoidable.
Like many things which sound like a good idea and have most of the right ingredients which Hyperdrive does have, it should have worked. But then, the Titanic was a great idea whilst still in dock at Southampton. Sad fact is that the writing simply isn't up to the job. Too dependent on the futuristic setting and the (fairly obvious) gags arising from that. True, nobody does obsessional like Eldon (though for some reason I keep expecting him to go into his role as the cleaner in Black Books - just me that one I suppose...) and Frost is always watchable but the whole enterprise (no tenuous pun intended...) comes across as something a sixth form drama class might write after watching the original Beeb Hitchikers series.
A generous 4/10 from me.
Director: Ben Wheatley
Cast: Lily James, Jacques Bouanich, Marie Collins, Ann Dowd, Kristin Scott Thomas, Armie Hammer, Jean Dell, Sophie Payan, Pippa Winslow, Lucy Russell, Bruno Paviot, Stefo Linard, Tom Hudson, Jeff Rawle, Ashleigh Reynolds
Unhinged Projectfreetv (2020)
Release: August 21, 2020
I think all the actors in this movie were excellent. They had a great cast of characters. It really kept me on the edge of my seat. It was very moving. The set was my favorite cause I like unique places of setting. I havent seen any movie quite like it. Excellent piece of work.
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: Comedy, Drama
Release: October 16, 2020
Projectfreetv The Kid Detective
Movie fit for 12-15 year old. Debated watching it but with rating of 7.2 decided it must be good. Was a total waste of time, kept waiting for improvement that must be coming with a rating quite high; never made it. The story was a waste, the writing was a waste, the ending was so predictable and a waste.
The best example of the value of this movie is the "presentation" of a supposed professional to the company executive board and the reaction of the executive board is equal to the rating of this movie: zip, zero, nada.
The make-up of an accident victim was a warning of how bad this movie was going to be: bad, bad, bad. The facial expression of the supposedly dying accident victim appeared as one for a comedy scene.
The scene was supposed to be tragic and it was, as was the movie a tragedy.
Director: Evan Morgan
Cast: Adam Brody, Sophie Nélisse, 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
Projectfreetv The Trial of the Chicago 7
I've never gone the distance to comment on a film. This film was so bad that I was amazed at the current rating it has. I have to ask myself "How?". I tried to vote for it but every time I tried it came back: Sorry, there was a problem collecting your vote. Please try again...
I even tried a different browser in the event that, that was the issue.
I saw a lot of promise in this film that was totally tossed out the window. So much of what like so many other films could have been good was simply written with a lack of imagination and lack of effort for detail. I guess that would have to be my biggest complaint about the film. The total lack of detail.
I've seen comic books with more detail than this film. That might explain why some of the films based on comic books are so much better.
Not to be to harsh on the actors in the film but from the performances I don't feel they could act like they had to defecate if they had a box of laxatives.
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
Projectfreetv 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 Projectfreetv (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 Projectfreetv (2020)
Genre: Adventure, Fantasy, Horror
Release: September 25, 2020
**SPOILERS** Very uneven in parts but still unique and interesting movie about involuntary organ donations on the part of some very disturbed persons. Who feel that their the modern versions of Robin Hood, taking from the healthy and giving to the sickly.
Movie stuntman Billy Castal, Jeff Wincott, is out with his friends at the local bar looking to have a good time. Seeing this knock-out of a woman Angel, Christna Cox, Billy makes a play for her, after he floored a patron who tried to violently grab her. Like magic she takes him up to her hotel-room gives the somewhat startled young man a drink and all at once Billy passes out cold.
Awakening from his sleep Billy finds out to his shock that hes been surgically opened up with his right kidney removed! At the hospital the doctor Lucy Flynn, Machelle Johnson, treating Billy says that whoever did the operation on him know what he, or she, was doing. it's was also found out that whoever did this outrage wore contacts, a lens was found stuck under Billy's stitches, and worked in a prison since the stitches that sew Billy up are only used by doctors in state penitentiaries.
The film has a lot of false suspects to who actually did this hatched job on Billy which stretches it's plot really thin and makes Billy into an almost paranoid schizophrenic. Billy attacks anyone he as much as suspects was responsible for his unwanted and illegal operation. Whoever did in Billy later does the same thing to former collage basketball player Daryl Chambers, Falconer Abraham. Daryl being picked up at a bar by Sue,Ellen Dublin, who like Angle worked for the criminal organ donor outfit, gets him knocked out, with a glass of spiked champaign, in her motel room. Sue has a surgeon and staff wheel in an operating unite and do a job on Daryl by removing one of Daryl's pink and healthy kidneys. Unlike Billy Daryl has a very weak heart and never survived the operation.
Billy tracks down one of the people that operated on him at the lab that handled a blood test he, like Daryl, took nurse Talia Green,Karen Waddell. Talia takes off like a house on fire at just the sight of Billy. Going to Talia's home Billy finds that she's dead from a drug overdose that's later determined by the police to have been forced on her.
It now becomes obvious that whoever's responsible for Daryl's and Talia's murder and Billy's stolen kidney is working at the local hospital and that's where things start to really get mixed up. Billy, get involved in some crazy and mind-boggling shell game as to who in the hospital is responsible for these outrageous crimes that end with Billy, now at gunpoint, having the killer demand that he donate his second kidney! The kidney is for some bright and deserving 16 year-old Mexican boy who desperately needs it!
All right for a straight to video movie "The Donor" does get a little carried away with itself by just trying to be too slick in trying to keep it's audience guessing to who the killer/operator is. Making everyone in it, with the exception of victims Billy & Daryl, suspects that takes a lot away from the real villain when you finally get to realize just who he, or she, really is.
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
Projectfreetv A Babysitter's Guide to Monster Hunting
Deneuve plays Séverine Serizy, a bored middle-class woman who never slept with her handsome husband Pierre (Jean Sorel). She eventually adopts a double life on weekday afternoons as a hooker Here she explores the depths of her desires with her amazing sexual inhibitions Although the film resolves around her goings-on at a high-class brothel, real nudity and sex are never shown
"Belle de Jour" may seem one of the most mysterious, poetic, and provoking films ever made Producing a body of work unparalleled in its wealth of meaning and its ability to surprise and shock, Buñuel leads us into a new world arousing wonder and astonishment, depravity and pleasure, weird and entertaining
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 Projectfreetv (2020)
Release: October 02, 2020
This was a surprising eye opener for being an independent film yet it was one of the funniest that I've seen in a long time. One of the best surprises of all was the return of a fantastic familiar face! The humor comes from the best place of all, the underbelly of adult entertainment, which has seen it's share of jokes. However, the sense of humor along with the well hidden, good nature behind a lot of the characters makes for a fantastic film with a great twist! Quite refreshing and leaves you with happy feelings. Not necessarily a "chick flick" or even a "tit flick" yet drew in attention without having to be nasty about it! I would say this film is very under-rated and VERY well rounded and would also say that this movie is certainly not for kids.
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 Projectfreetv (2020)
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama, Thriller
Release: October 16, 2020
Projectfreetv Honest Thief
Not sure how this is even considered to be a sequel to "The Legend of Boggy Creek" at all other than the use of the name "Boggy Creek". The original took place in Fouke, AR, this one however seems to take place in south Louisiana. You'll here several Cajun accents, people at the landing speaking French, yet not a single country accent. The monster isn't even called "The Fouke Monster", it is instead called "Big Bay-Ty". That along with names like "T-fish" and "Crawfish Charlie" would be typical Cajun nicknames.
It's not as bad of a movie as people are making it out to be. If you disassociate it from the original and view it as a standalone movie. When you take away the expectation of a sequel, it becomes your typical '70s campy movie.
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 Projectfreetv (2020)
Release: October 02, 2020
Projectfreetv The Call
Postwar Ozu, and by contrast to prewar films, little has changed; clear, composed eye, quietly enduring lives, even in the face of near-complete destruction.
Once more, a primary point lies in the edifying fable of the thing. The father is absent, authority if you will, core social integrity, always a looming absence in Ozu, and the orphaned kid will have to rely on the fundamental kindness of the world. Of course that world rises to the occasion, overcomes ego, harshness, in this case no doubt fostered by the hard reality of the times. Instead of scavenging alleys for nails to piece back together destroyed homes, it is asserted that selfless love should take care of that.
This is asserted in a clumsily unsubtle way, straight to the camera. Ozu was back at Shochiku from wartorn Manchuria, and it should not be underestimated, so were many Japanese, back from whatever gruelling role they were forced to play in the war.
To better understand this conservative need for closure, you have to note the way Ozu closes the film. The woman wanting to take care of another orphaned kid is pointed to the direction of Saigo's statue in Ueno Park - where it stands to this day. Saigo was a popular hero famous in conventional history for the last stand of the old samurai faction against plans for a modernized Japan. The ill-advised Tom Cruise film portrays the events.
This is enough to give us pause. Here's a director who had been unerringly forward-looking 15 years ago, had fervently embraced modern foreign film and widely referenced Western mores, no longer a youthful cinephile but sobered from the experience of war, who points for inspiration to this paragon of samurai virtue and ethos. Japan might as well forget the bold experiment with an empire that ended in such humiliating defeat, and look back instead to the simpler times when feudal lords and their police maintained coherence of the world.
This is a pity. The eye is clear but dulled by emotion, making for languid flow but without insight. Japan would have to wait another 10 years for the next generation of forward-looking filmmakers to look deeper into the ruins.
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
Projectfreetv The Secrets We Keep
Quite a few movies were made into television sitcoms. In my opinion, there are only two that were better than the movies - M*A*S*H, and The Odd Couple. In the case of The Odd Couple, it could be because I like Tony Randall and Jack Klugman as actors better than I do Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau, respectively. I am not aware of any network currently re-running TOC (as of December 2001), and I really miss it.
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: Comedy, Mystery
Release: October 07, 2020
Projectfreetv Hubie Halloween
Let's pretend for a moment that it's 1999. There is no Spiderman. The last Batman movie with Mr Freeze is a recent but quickly fading memory and we have not even heard of Chris Nolan...well outside of Australia at least, and the only thing we know of the transformers is that it's a plastic robot toy from the 80s that used to...hang on, that's right, turn into a truck or something... I'd also be 11 years younger and perhaps a little less cynical and forgiving of schmaltzy, clichéd stuff. So, in this imaginary world where we have a time traveling De Lorean or equivalent, I would have walked out of Black Lightning and thought "Man, what a cool movie. Those Russians really are breakthrough...how awesome was that!". "Yes it's a bit back to the future, but who cares...that was FUN!!"...
Except it's not 1999, and I am 11 years older. I've seen Spiderman where he discovers his gee whiz powers, where his gr amps gets killed, with great power comes great responsibility, etc. I've seen transformers where a beat up old car becomes something awesome. And i've heard the brooding music from Nolan's Batman. I've seen Iron Man take his enemy up in the sky until they both froze up and he ran out of fuel and dropped back to earth...should i go on?
So why the heck did they make this movie? Did they just assume that no one in Russia watched all of the above and they could put together a greatest hits compilation of some of the better super hero American fare? Probably. But for those of us who have seen these movies, Black Lightning (the name makes me cringe!) is a Frankenstein cut and paste, in many cases scene by scene steal of far better movies. It's b grade schlock made for an uneducated audience.
Yes, I'm being harsh. I enjoyed the movie for the first 30 or so Min's. It seemed fresh and interesting. Then at about the point where the car first takes off I felt this sense of dread. Oh oh...that bit looks like America's Greatest Hero...and that bit is Transformers...and that bit is Spiderman (why am I watching this again?...never mind...it'll get better)...and that bit is just like (well you get the idea)...And the flying Volga is actually more ridiculous than a flying De Lorean...
I should say some kind things about the film...let's give this a go. The heavy metal Russian soundtrack is pretty cool. The girl in the movie is rather lovely, but her flipping between the boys got old real quick. The special effects are not too bad considering it's a low budget film (although they are cheesy) and the surround mix is typically over the top for a 5.1 modern Russian film.
At the end of the movie I felt disappointed and embarrassed for all concerned with this production. And Bekmambetov really should have known better!
So if all the above disclaimers don't concern you, go ahead and watch it. But, you have been warned...
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
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama, Thriller
Release: August 21, 2020
Projectfreetv 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.
The Doorman Projectfreetv (2020)
Genre: Action, Thriller
Release: October 09, 2020
Projectfreetv The Doorman
Horror fans, as well as drama and suspense fans will really appreciate this low budget, yet well thought-out film. Whilst containing references, in tribute, to some of the best movies made, it is still a highly original and intelligent movie, raising questions about paganism and Welsh culture. The ritual scenes are very atmospheric and beautifully shot. There are some great "jump-out-of-your-seat" moments, especially as you really start to become drawn in to this film. Some well-respected and accomplished actors featured, who also help make it more than just another low-budget horror flick. Refreshing and highly recom
Director: Ryûhei Kitamura
Cast: Ruby Rose, Jean Reno, Aksel Hennie, Rupert Evans, Julian Feder, David Sakurai, Louis Mandylor, Hideaki It�, K�la Lord Cassidy, Philip Whitchurch, Andreea Androne, Jamie Satterthwaite, Jo Marr, Andreea Vasile, Raynor van de Water
Vanguard Projectfreetv (2020)
Release: September 30, 2020
The film follows Naina's life days before her birthday and the plot revolves around her reaching several crossroads in her life. First off is the thought of turning 30 (horror of all horrors!). Then there's the fact that she's not married, despite being in a long term relationship, and she hasn't really given her long term future much of a thought. Then her world comes crashing down as she has to deal with several problems all at once, namely her personal relationship, her career and her friends.
So how does Naina deal with all of these problems? Well, she drinks a lot, swears a lot, smokes a lot, cries a lot and has a lot of tantrums which are then followed by more crying.
I couldn't wait for this movie to be over, not because it was terrible, as it wasn't that bad, but because it just wasn't that interesting. Turning 30's plot could have been so much better. The idea that she's unmarried and 30 could have led to a comedic path with some funny escapades or a more serious route in which Naina could have done some soul searching and matured as an individual. Instead we're treated to lots of crying and melodrama which was very annoying. I understand that people go to pieces when their relationships go south and it would have been better if that's what happened to Naina. Instead she becomes annoying, needy, whining and childish.
Gul Panag looks very good in the movie and she acts well...part of the time. Those are the parts where she doesn't throw hissy fits, which are very often that it made my eyes roll every time it happened. Her friends are there just as support pillars. There's not much development for their characters which was a shame as it would have provided a good distraction from Naina's problems which occupied the movie 99% of the time.
I can't find it in me to recommend this movie to anyone, unfortunately. For a Gul Panag fan, that is a bitter pill to swallow. It could have been so much better but instead of daring to be different the director and writers went on the well trodden formulaic path which ultimately led to a pointless movie with a typical ending which rendered the whole plot pointless. Watch the first ten minutes and forward to the last ten minutes and you'll have seen the movie with nothing missed in between.
Director: Stanley Tong
Cast: Jackie Chan, Yang Yang, Miya Muqi, Lun Ai, Dzavád Ramezání, Ruohan Xu, Zhengting Zhu, Desmond Aldridge, Nicole Atalla, Can Aydin, Sayed Badreya, Ilez Badurgov, Brahim Chab, Barret Coates, Keith Dallison
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