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Ginger Snaps 2: Unleashed (2004)
Ginger Snaps: Unleashed
Another two hours of my life that I've wasted and will never get back! How did Bridgette jump from the 1700's to the 21st century? That was never even hinted at. Poorly written, plot was obvious and predictable. Who was the male werewolf following her? Other than it wanting to mate with her "WHY" was it following her? The masturbating clip was trash and needless! The only good parts to the movie was when Grandma got nervous anytime Ghost got near her. Couldn't the mental health personnel able to tell that Ghost was a seriously sick individual? How is Ghost going to deal with a werewolf in her cellar? The first Ginger was better written!
War Wolves (2009)
Let's see, it has three of the most very super hot female werewolves I've ever seen.
That's about all I can say about this movie, other than that SciFi channel has really gone down hill on their flicks. This had to have been an extremely low budgeted film.
The plot was very weak, at the end only two of the three female werewolves actually die and you never find out what happens to Kacey (Siri Baruc), did she live, die, run away?
John Saxon's role was very weak, for a star of his caliber I expected better. They should have hired a better military adviser, the army portion was not believable.
You never actually find out how all five became werewolves (3 female - 2 male), was it a virus like the movie description says or was it by injury?????
Other than the HOT women, I see this as two hours of my life I will never get back!
Sharpe's Challenge (2006)
Sharp's Challenge! I very much enjoyed this episode. Found it by flipping channels, had thought that this series was over. Sean Bean once again displays his great acting ability. No cheesy acting, settings were great, supporting cast (as usual) was outstanding. This episode is very much like the others was very well written. Once again one of Sharp's nemesis shows his cowardice. Sharp has the support of this commanding general. This general see's the cowardice of one of his officers and sends him packing. Great acting by all. Well rounded, probably one of the best Sharp's episode. I do think that the requirement of "10 lines of text" is a bit inane, and leads one to write "chatter" just to fill up space.
Kentucky Jones (1964)
Dennis Weaver in Kentucky Jones
I really enjoyed it and it should have been given a chance. It was some what like a modern version of Veterinarian James Herriot series. Well acted by Weaver as a devoted, sensitive no-nonsense single father willing to listen to his son. The role displayed a strong work ethic, capacity to explain differences on many subjects, cultural as well personal. This was (to me) one of his best roles, non-pretentious, serious, manner yet displaying some comedy and sense of wit. It was cancelled without giving it a chance to establish itself and the theme and expand the nuances. The supporting cast was very good especially the roll played by Harry Morgan.
It would be nice if I could purchase (DVD) the special edition. But how does one accomplish that task. I enjoyed the film, however was confused on some issues. This was "cleared up" when I saw the special edition on TV about a year ago. It brought together the issues of the Benejesuit sect (what). It also cleared up several issues of the Fremen. Cause of the vendetta between Harkonen and Atredies, how the Space Guild was developed. Would anyone please respond to this? If you reply please put Dune in the Subject line! Also include information as to whether or not the "special edition" is available (at all) and on DVD. This rule of "10 lines of text is very frustrating!