At a whopping 1.8 on the IMDB Suck-o-meter, this horror movie is horrid.
Born on 12/12/12, Sebastian is the spawn of the devil and people around him start to die.
A classic in the Criterion Collection, 12 Angry Men sit in a jury room reviewing the evidence in a murder trial. In the first vote, 11 men say the defendant is guilty and one man isn’t sure so votes not guilty.
The movie progresses by reviewing the evidence and talking it out until they can finally agree on a verdict.
I saw this as a play in a neighborhood high school. It is still quite good.
Prisoner 984 doesn’t know why he was judged guilty and thrown into prison, yet the interrogations continue and he doesn’t know anything. The Movement, however, keeps it up.
While I’m sure the producer thought this was a taught psychological thriller, I just found it dull.
This movie isn’t available as a standalone movie on anything but VHS, but it is in a collection of science fiction. The focus is soft like it was taken from tape rather than a film.
In a somewhat convoluted tale, the lives of several people are told and their interrelationships are explored as their stories are told as events to each happen at 11:14 pm.
Just involved enough to hold your interest without being overly complex. Not a bad movie, but lacks a real ending.
In a near future, violence is nearly eliminated with The Hunt. You are a hunter 5 times and a victim 5 times and if you survive 10 Hunts, you are set for life.
Bianca wants to date but can’t until Bianca’s sister gets a date. So Cameron cons the popular boy to bribe bad-boy Patrick into taking out the ogre Kat. But Bianca doesn’t want to date Cameron, but the popular boy instead.
Nominally starring Corey Feldman as a psychic investigator. This is the story of 6 twenty-somethings plagued by an evil in town.
This is a bit low budget and marginal acting. The ratings tell the story.
A guy collects occult objects and puts them into an old hotel that he made into a haunted house. The problem is the actors get posessed and start killing the guests.
Another highly-rated Criterion edition movie. 3 Women is about a couple of women that work in a California spa and their landlady. The two spa workers are the bulk of the movie.
This is another art movie that really doesn’t warrant the high IMDB score. I was disappointed.
What can I say, it’s a Western with an outlaw and a rancher.
Another of the Criterion collection, 3:10 to Yuma features a broke rancher that takes $200 to take an outlaw to the railroad in Contention and then to Yuma.
The movie is good, but is pretty standard Western fare.