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Kung Pow: Enter the Fist (2002)
I couldn't even watch all of this horrible movie. Steve Oedekerk needs
to stick to writing and smaller roles like the security guard he played
in 'Nothing To Lose.' He should not have cast himself as the star.
Actually, he never should have written and directed this filth. Shame
on the studio that picked this film. It is so painfully unfunny. 0 stars out
Wet Hot American Summer (2001)
Hot Fun In The Summer!
Finally, a comedy that's original and funny. I haven't seen a movie
this good in a long time. Why wasn't it released nationally across the
U.S.? That's the studios poor decision. Christopher Meloni as the
crazed Vietnam Vet cook is not to be missed. Great one liners that are
very quotable. If you have the means of renting a copy I highly
recommend it. 9 stars out
Hard Luck (2001)
Kirk Harris gets better with every movie he's in. Watch for alot more of him in the near future. An original story that builds every ten minutes. Great acting and direction by Rubio make this an intense character study. It's nice to see Karen Black in a good movie again. It's been too long. Hopefully this will get her noticed again.
Spy Hard (1996)
I'd Rather Die Hard
WHAT!? That's the best description I can give of this poorly put together piece of trash. What was Leslie Nielsen thinking? Having done 'Airplane' and the 'Naked Gun' movies he should know a good comedic script when he sees one. Perhaps he wasn't wearing his glasses when he read this one. Unfortunately someone hooked his great talent for this awful movie. Relying solely on sight gags, you keep waiting for something that resembles funny dialogue. You even get yourself prepared for even the slightest comedic dialogue, but nowhere is it found. The Zucker brothers need a hit and so does Leslie after this one. They make a good team. Their people should call each other. In the meantime rent Airplane and The Naked Gun and remember what a good comedy feels like.
Boogie Nights (1997)
Boogie is the appropriate word for this movie. Paul Thomas Anderson gives us probably the best screenplay of the year. It has drama, comedy, violence, and great characters. This movie is tragic and brilliant, funny and disturbing. The sterotype is that this is a porno flick. Not at all. There are only two scenes of brief nudity. This movie is about the lives of those involved in the adult film industry and points out that they are people just like the rest of us. An aging adult film director believes he has found his new star in a young man by the name of Eddie Adams (Wahlberg). Well, his guess is right and Adams, aka Dirk Diggler becomes the next 'big thing' in the adult film industry. For those of you who don't appreciate this movie, you have to appreciate the acting. Mark Wahlberg no longer has to prove to us that he is an actor. Robbed of an academy award nomination he has cemented his leading man status. The other cast is excellent. Movies like this are rare to find and bravo to everyone involved in this film who knew they were taking a risk. The payoff will be great.
Silicon Towers (1999)
This not a great movie. The low budget is apparent despit a couple of well known names. However the real star is newcomer Jonathan Quint. I've seen him in 'Boogie Nights' and 'Floating.' This provides another opportunity for him to sharpen his acting teeth. Despite the straight to video release, Quint will be seen much more on the silver screen.
The Triangle (2001)
You gotta hand it to the producers of this movie. They knew their budget and their fan base. Luke Perry, Dan Cortese, and Olivia D'Abo haven't exactly graced the silver screen in recent years, but there's a generation of us out there that will always remember who they are. Those of us who do appreciate the 'Music Televised' 'Wonder Years' of '90210' then 'The Triangle' is good fun. What do you expect from a TV movie about the Bermuda Triangle that has strong resemblance to 'The Shining?' Leave your brain in the early 90's, make some popcorn, and enjoy.
Starry Night (1999)
extremely interesting. Well written, acted and directed. A delightful treat of a move.
'Starry Night' is one of the most clever and original movies I have seen in a long time. Paul Davids gives us a great story and an excellent take on Vincent Van Gogh. Abbott Alexander is perfectly cast as Vincent Van Gogh and Sally Kirkland gives us one of her best roles in a long time. It's great to see a movie like this making waves at film festivals across the nation. Paul Davids gives us something that most films of today lack: talent, character development, drama, and comedy all mixed into one. This film is not to be missed and I'm sure we'll be seeing much more of Paul Davids in the near future.