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Alexei Sayle's Stuff (1988)
A-L-E / X-E-I / S-A-Y-L-E
This has to be one of the funniest things I have ever seen. My local PBS station aired it late on Friday nights over ten years ago and I was hooked. I can't remember much about it now, except for a few of the songs, such as the one in the title (to the tune of Mickey Mouse) but I know it was hilarious! I would love to see this again!
Murder Live! (1997)
I found this movie this morning on TNT and it has to be one of the best TV movies I've seen in a while. I agree with the previous poster - David Morse is one of the most underrated actors today. His performance was unbelievable. Toward the end, I was even feeling sorry for Frank. It actually broke my heart when...
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s p a c e ... the SWAT team shot him.
The movie was utterly engrossing from beginning to end, with a realistic feel. It was almost as if I was watching an actual hostage crisis unfold. Very creative, wonderful performances and a great story. I gave it a ten.
Intolerable Cruelty (2003)
George's chance to redeem himself...
Some friends and I called this "George's chance to redeem himself."
I went to see this film a bit hesitantly. Having seen two awful George Clooney movies back to back (O Brother - that the title suits that one - and Solaris) and had vowed that if this movie was anything like those, I would never view another Clooney flick again.
Needless to say, I was pleasantly surprised.
Clooney is charming and suave as Miles Massey and Catherine Zeta-Jones is alluring and mysterious as Marilyn. Their chemistry leapt off the screen to me and the whole film was an enjoyable comedic romp.
My only complaint is that there seemed to be a bit too many plot twists. At a point where I thought the movie was going to end, it took a turn and kept going for thirty more minutes. however, I found myself wishing there were more once the film was actually over.
Well, those are my two cents. George, you have redeemed yourself in my eyes. Good job!!