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The Other Man (2008)
Cool moving Picture of love , hate & life.
Today,while i was checking on TV guide for any movie, i seen on Zee studio shows this film ,i got exited about title of the film "The Other Man"it sounds interesting to me. so,i saw the film it was good and cool.i don't understand why other hate it. Liam Neeson is excellent actor and did every scene well. Antonio Banderas was fantastic .There is a lot going on in this movie, all under the surface. I kept wondering if it would revert to the standard murder scenario, that was the suspense for me. The outcome was real, not Hollywood. Laura Linney is sexy. i hope you will enjoy this flick.I highly recommend you watch it a second time with the director's commentary turned onbut not the first time; it gives too much away. You may want to watch it a third time.
Silver Bullet (1985)
Best Movie of king's
Silver Bullet is completely different from all other werewolf movies in Box Office. Locations and Camera work are great. I like Stephen King movies and stories. Many of King's novels and short stories have been made into major motion pictures or TV movies and miniseries. Unlike some authors, King is workers are completely different.
Silver Bullet is my favorite of Steven King's horror adaptations (yes, I do like this better than The Shining) . King even penned the screenplay himself (from his short story 'The Cycle of the Werewolf'), but since he was also responsible for the awful Maximum Overdrive, that's no solid proof of quality. But it a damn cool movie.
What makes it so different and unique is that it's horror movie told from a child's perspective (though I admit that the retrospective narration seems out of place) and has a brother/sister dynamic that's quite cute and makes you really care for the characters.
Corey Haim plays Marty Coslaw, a young boy who is confined to a wheelchair for reasons unknown. His older sister Jane is forced to take care of him and throws tantrums whenever the mum and dad take Marty's side (which is always). But the chair doesn't stop Marty from being mischievous. Especially when his manic, reckless Uncle Red (a fat Gary Busey-absolutely brilliant, as always) builds him a motorized wheelchair/bike called the Silver Bullet.