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Great Performances: Cats (1998)
I always lack words when I'm going to describe CATS... It's simple and pure movie magic! So mysterious and exciting. It makes me wanna see more and more and never enough.
It's night, the Jellicle Moon is shining bright and it's time for the annual Jellicle Ball, where the cats of the Jellicle Tribe gather together to dance and sing. And when the dawn comes, the Jellicle leader will choose the cat who will go to the Heaviside Layer and be reborn and come back to a different Jellicle life. Who will it be?
The music and dancing will have you captivated and will make it impossible to look away. You will be amazed by the actors performances as they transform into felines right before your very eyes.
There's nothing like CATS and there never will be.
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1990)
One of the best sitcoms on TV!
Intelligent jokes, fun and crazy characters and some touching and serious points in the plot too.
17-yearold Will Smith is sent, from his hometown in Philly, to his rich relatives in Bel-Air. There he meet his uncle Philip, a lawyer and the familyfather (Will loves to make sarcastic comments about his weight), aunt Vivian, university professor and mother, his three cousins: Hilary the oldest, spoiled, vained and friend with a lot of celebrities, Carlton the middlechild, greedy, childish and short (something Will always teases him for) and the smallest Ashley, a growing young lady that takes after Will. Then there is the English butler Geoffrey that see and hear everything, cook, clean and comes with sarcastic comments when he thinks its suitable.
A lovely gang with a great cast and wonderful acting. Something to watch every day of the week, no matter what mood you're in. You'll love it.
King of sci-fi...
Aliens, spaceships and an android who don't understand humor. That's just three things this show is about.
I didn't cared for it when I saw it the first time, but after the second time I was hooked! Brilliant actors, intelligent story lines and very interesting characters: Deanna Troi (the half-betazoid consular), Worf (the first Klingon in Starfleet) and my personal favorite; Data (the android that works to become more human).
The show doesn't stuck to one mood, so be prepared to both cry and laugh throughout the whole series (when Lwaxana Troi appears, you will laugh!).
One thing though was the character Wesley Crusher that sometimes was a little annoying, but I blame the scriptwriters for that.
I don't really know if this review contains things that counts as spoilers, so I'm on the safe side.
Æon Flux (2005)
A good sci-fi story
"Aeon Flux" is a futuristic movie where almost all of the earths population has died in a industrial decease. 400 years later the people lives in Bregna "the last city on earth" ruled by Trevor Goodchild and the "Goodchildregim".
Many people are happy in Bregna but the city is surrounded by high walls that cuts them of from the outside world and since some people seems to vanish out of thin air, rebellions called Monicans step forward and tries to defeat the government.
Aeon Flux is the Monican's best assassin and after the government kills her sister, she finally gets the assignment she wants - to kill Trevor Goodchild.
I'm a newborn fan of science fiction and even if I've never seen the animated series I liked this movie because the 24th century in this movie was very believable and Charlize Theron's performance was very touching. I almost cried when I saw her grieve over her sister.
I was a little irritated on the karate-scenes and wished that it have had less of that.
Ecxept that, it is a good movie. Something to watch for sci-fi fans.