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Finally a Great Show about the real People who run an ER
And I have to say, I was stuck to the television set throughout the entire marathon this pass weekend. This show is fantastic. What's so great about it is, that nurses really do run hospitals. You think it's the doctors or the administration. BS. You go to a hospital these days and all you are going to find are nurses, and maybe a doctor or two.
Mrs. Smith is great in this role as the Head of the Nurses in this hospital emergency room. She takes on everything thrown at her. Even her mixed up crazy daughter.
I'm glad TNT picked this show up for another season. One of the best shows this summer!
The Philanthropist (2009)
When the first episode came on, I said to myself. This show is going to be a huge hit. This show is real. It's shows what a real person is capable of doing with his money, instead of spending it on Rodeo Drive or on another stupid car.
I would rather see this show, instead of another stupid reality series, with half naked people run around a stupid island or a house, after the last bit of bread or whatever.
I hope the network keeps this one. They probably won't. Network's usually get rid of really good shows and keep the garbage.
It's great to see Jesse Martin back on television and something that shows his true talent. And the guy who plays Teddy Rist. He's just fantastic.
It truly surprised me. I am usually the Sci-Fi, shoot um up, blood and guts type of movie watcher. But last night I was bored and wanted to watch something entirely different.
I searched the cable channels and found Awake. It was a good cast and I was entertained throughout the entire movie. Shocked at what finally transpired with all of the characters.
Didin't expect a lot of the twist and turns. I won't give them up here, you will have to watch the movie for yourself to find out.
Hayden did a great job in this role. Those damn eyes of his.
The one thing I couldn't understand is what the bad guys would be getting out this whole experience if Clay died. That wasn't really explained.
Anyway, good movie. You have to watch it.
My goodness people - Chil Out.
This is was on a list of gay films I wanted to see and wouldn't you know it. I came upon it on Saturday night - just like that. I thought it was a fun movie. I think a lot of people won't like it because it obviously didn't have a high budget and didn't have all the Hollywood pizazz that you get from a Hollywood blockbuster.
I thought the title character finally learned his lesson at the end, because of the end. That's all I will say. The nudity of course didn't bother me. But I thought the final nude scene was fantastic. This guy didn't look like he had a nice body with his cloths on (you know skater boy body), but when he took off his clothes and did the 360 view of his body. My goodness. Got me hot!!!!!!!! Trust me, you will love this movie. Rent it. Buy it. Or wait - it will be on cable again this week.
I saw this movie over the weekend and I thought it was outstanding. Very funny and enjoyable.
There were a lot of laughs and a lot of surprises. You will be thrilled from beginning to end.
I would watch this movie over and over again. The ending turned out very good and I was a little surprised.
All in all, I'm glad I waited to watch it in my own home.
Before you watch this movie, make sure you have all of your provisions for the movie, i.e., popcorn, dip, drinks, because you don't want to miss a single frame of this story.
Crna macka, beli macor (1998)
I just so happened to find this movie on cable Christmas day. I started to watch it and then went to something else, but came back to it. What a great and funny movie. I watched it all the way through. This movie was all over the place. The characters, the plot, the music. It was just a lot of fun to watch and enjoy. Please don't look for a block buster here. This is the type of movie to watch and enjoy with some chips and dip or some other type of food and just watch to be watching.
Trust me, you will not be disappointed at all.
The wedding scene was particularly funny - right up until the end of the movie.
I want to see this movie from the beginning, because I turned it on in the middle.
I read a lot of the reviews from people who hated this movie because there was too much singing in it. Am I stupid or did I read that wrong. Wait a minute - maybe there is too much singing in this movie - I wonder why - Oh Yeah - It's a musical - Duhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!! Come on people - I'm sure everyone has heard this story already - every knows the story line behind this movie - it's based on the book that was turned into a musical on Broadway. Lots of singing and dancing. Give me a break.. I hope you people were not going hoping to see gunfire and buildings blowing up. If you want to see that - go to another movie.
Anyway - I thought this movie was fantastic. Wonderful storyline, wonderful singing and dancing and ended on a good note.
Now - for Jennifer Hudson - my God. "And I am Telling you, I'm Not Going" It made me weep and the goose bumps were up and down my arms and my neck. I purchased this movie from BB so I could see it as many times as I wanted. I had to back it up a couple of times just to hear her sing it again and again. Powerful and Heartful - no wonder she won an Oscar. Ms. Hudson blew me away with her voice and of course her acting. Spot on.
I saw the original play on Broadway with Jennifer Holiday and Ms. Hudson reminded me a Ms. Holiday. Both powerful voices and acting abilities.
See it. You will not be disappointed. Trust me........................
I thought this movie was excellent. At times I just wanted to strangle Dean Cain - he was so clueless as to his son's.
Very good storyline, very believable. I would see it again.
It truly makes you think about "what if".
And also - you can't judge a book by it's cover. You might be thinking one thing and in the next instant - you looking at yourself.
Think about it.
I think the guy who played the racer was indeed very believable in his role.
He made me change my mind about him by the end of the story. Excellent.
You know what people - shut up already!!!!!!!!
I got to say, this is the second time I say this movie. I watched it last night on TCM. I really enjoyed it. I mean I like Mariah but I'm in total love with Valeria Pettiford, who plays her mother. I mean she's not in the movie a lot, but she's there. I mean come on, this a B movie and everyone knows it. But it doesn't stink like everyone says.
It tells the story from beginning to end, with a little power struggle in between. It has a start, a middle and an ending. About a little girl who has a horrible childhood, but ends up becoming a star in her own right. It's a lot of little girls dreams.
Anyway, Mariah did this herself, after this movie she went down hill and fast, but look at her now - she's at the top of her game. That's what it's all about.
See it again, but this time, stop being so damn critical. You people don't go to the movies anymore to just enjoy the picture, your so busy looking at the flaws in the movie. Like Bad lighting or bad character introduction - come on - just watch the ()%&#*(&% film and enjoy it. Stop being critics and start being MOVIE GOERS.
The Polar Express (2004)
I have avoided this movie for so long - I don't know why. So I sat down and watched it on the Disney Channel this past weekend.
By the time the train finally arrived at the North Pole I was so excited to see Santa Clause I couldn't handle myself.
It was well worth the wait.
And I like the way Santa was bigger and taller than everyone there. That's the way he should be presented. Santa is much bigger and taller than you could ever imagine. Of course, he was taller than the elves, but also the adults at the North Pole.
He had that commanding voice and spirit in his face. You just felt the love and happiness.
It's funny, I'm over 40 and I still hear the bells. Do you?.................
See this movie and you too might hear the bells again.