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Sin City Saints (2015)
I want to like this so bad
It has all the elements of a show I would love: 1. Vegas 2. Wacked out rich guy 3. Sports 4. Hot chicks.
Unfortunately the writing and story lines are so bad, after 3 episodes I had to stop watching it.
All I can say is painful writing. I can't really comment on the acting as even Al Pacino couldn't rescue this dog.
Too bad they couldn't be bothered with paying writers for this, as the premise is quite promising.
And Tom Arnold now just seems to play caricatures of himself.
Yahoo might want to give this one a rest.
Great visuals -- full stop
Visually, this movie is remarkable, great effects, its a technical masterpiece. Too bad the same care that went in to how good it looks wasn't taken with the script, the story and the dialogue. I am not a rocket scientist, but that doesn't mean I am a complete dolt. Having recently watched an IMAX documentary on repairing the Hubble telescope I learned that they have to take incredible care not to puncture the gloves, as even contact with a circuit board could breach them. Did the writers not even do a bit of research on this film? If its going to be pure fiction, why not just give her a transporter then she can beam herself home, or better yet a time machine, she could go back and save her daughter.
At about 65% of this movie I could watch no more. I really wanted to like this, 8.5 out of 10 for reviewers led me to believe it was a good movie. Unfortunately, I am of the 15% category that couldn't stand this vapid, ill conceived piece of tripe.
Bitter Feast (2010)
Bitter Feast - Compelling, entertaining
I have seen one of Joe Maggio's previous films, Virgil Bliss, and his style of story telling appealed to be then as it does now.
Hollywood spends millions, yet Mr. Maggio can put a film together for $6,000 apparently. Wonder what they really spend the money on.
James LeGros is excellent, supported by a strong script and a good story. I liked this from the beginning until almost the end (don't want to spoil it).
Lots of interesting dialog and James LeGros' cool intensity won me over.
I don't like a lot of movies, but I certainly like this one.