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Primal Fear (1996)
One of the greatest thrillers ever brought to the screen!
The film stars Richard Gere and Edward Norton. Need I say more? These dudes are some of the best actors alive and are totally awesome! Edward Norton not winning an Oscar was a joke. He gave the best performance of the year. I personally think he out-did Gere. Norton was a nobody at the time, never been in any movie before, yet he was better than the legendary Richard Gere. Norton's portrayal is one of the best in history!
Gere plays a hotshot, slick lawyer named Martin Vail who loves when the spotlight shines on him and loves winning and does not care who he defends. He decides to defend an alter boy named Aaron (Norton) who is accused of brutally murdering the archbishop. As Martin dives deeper into the case, he discovers some shocking secrets about the case and his client as his chances of winning deteriorate.
Throughout the whole film, there are curve-balls, twists and questions that will leave you hungry for more.
End of Days (1999)
Why did this get such bad reviews?! It was amazing. One of the year's best!
Arnold plays a burnt-out cop who's suicidal after his wife and child are murdered. He's sent with his partner (Pollack) to track down a mysterious stranger (Byrne) and a young woman (Tunney) whom the man is after. He soon discovers that before the millennium is over, the devil is going to knock her up to carry his baby and Byrne is the devil. So Arnold must stop the ultimate evil and face the devil himself.
Jim Carrey gave the best performance of the year in Man On The Moon, but Arnold gave the second best and at least deserved and Oscar nomination. Byrne should have one for best supporting actor. The whole thing is totally amazing. The people that gave this Razzies and said this was one of the worst films ever must be born-again-Christian- sissies.
Take my word, its awesome. Go see it soon!
Dumb & Dumber (1994)
One of the greatest comedies of all time.
I'm surprised this didn't win any Oscars. The acting is amazing and the comedy is funny to the extreme. Daniels and Carrey are incredibly stupid that your IQ may drop while watching this; but you won't care because you'll be laughing yourself silly. Carrey plays a limo driver who is astonished at seeing Lauren Holly when he's supposed to take her to the airport. When he does, she leaves a brief case behind and Carrey rushes to give it back to her, but its too late. So he takes his roommate and best friend, equally dumb Jeff Daniels to Aspen to return the briefcase to Holly. What they don't know is that the brief case is full of ransom money and Holly's husband will be killed if the money isn't given to the ones holding the ransom.The quest to give back the briefcase, plus what happens before and after is completely unforgettable.
A major and total let down. I don't get how or why this became the biggest film ever.
I'm one of the biggest film fanatics you'll ever meet. I've seen nearly everything made. This flick let me down. I was more disappointed in this than anything before. I heard everyone saying that this was the greatest film ever made. I believed them. But it came as a shock to me when I noticed that I'd seen before; only it was called 'The Last Samurai,' 'On Deadly Ground,' 'Pocahontas,' and several other things. The acting was good, not amazing. The action wasn't bad, but not good. The effects were great, but there were better ones a few years before. There were no elements of originality. Thus, it was a big bore. Cameron's Titanic and Terminator were a billion times better than this. However, on the upside, I thought that the 3 Oscars it won were relevant. But the 8.3 and grossing is much too exaggerated. Overall, it's the most overrated film ever.
Irresistibly bad. You'll love this!
Definitely not awful, but I can see why its raved as being so. It's your typical superbly cheesy 80s flick that we've all seen and loved. Travolta portrays a young Rolling Stone reporter who's sent to LA to uncover a major drug case. He agrees to do so, but sees it as an opportunity to write another story on fitness clubs being like singles bars of the 80s. He tries to make both stories big successes while trying to woo a fitness instructor (Jamie Lee Curtis), who's had a bad experience with newspapers and reporters. Travolta, Curtis and the chicks rom Taxi and SNL are the only good actors in the whole thing, the rest sucks. Plus the script is bad and the exercise sequences are cheesy. It's so funny, ya gotta love it.
Lots of action. Lots of thrills. Loads of excitement.
Bernhardt play a former cop, Steven Colin, who begins having nightmares about fighting a group of evil Asians and constantly getting stabbed by them and not dying. The dreams are so real to him. Turns out that he was actually a soldier in another life who was sent to retrieve the sword of Alexander the Great and give it to him, but a group of Asians tried to kill him for it, but the sword allowed him to destroy them. So the dreams that Colin has been having his from his former life and the enemies come back 2000 years to the day to settle the score and destroy him once and for all. I don't know why people say there's no action in this. The first 10 minutes are full of fights and gunplay with various different violence plagued throughout the film. Those people must not have been watching G2 (probably P2). The acting sucks, but who cares. The plot is awesome and its very enjoyable.
Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2 (2004)
I've seen waaaaaaaaaaay worse
This wasn't as good as the first, but still good. People over-exaggerate to the extreme with this. This film is about a group of toddlers who hear the legend about the Kahuna, a Peter Pan-like kid and his nemesis (Jon Voigt.) Voigt is creating something attached to tvs that control people's minds and the group accidentally retrieve a disc of his for the tvs and are about to be ambushed when the Kahuna himself saves them. The Kahuna takes them under his wing to be super and nail his enemy once and for all. I'll name a few things worse than this: Wall-E, Happy Feet, The Goods, From Justin to Kelly, Bloodsport 4, Daddy Day Camp, Future Wars, the A-Team, Battlefield Earth, Batman and Robin.
Baby Geniuses (1999)
What is wrong with you people!?!? This flick was a classic. Like you never imagined crime- fighting babies. The bottom 100 is so harsh. The film is about two evil doctors (Kathleen Turner, Christopher Lloyd) who discover that babies are born with knowledge of the world but forget everything when they "cross over"-learning how to talk, so they try to crack the language. The only thing that stands in their way is a baby named Sly, who escapes and makes their jobs harder. One day, Sly escapes and is switches with his twin brother, Wit, he never knew he had. Wit lives with a family where his parents (Peter MacNichol, Kim Cattrel) run a day care. With Sly on the outside, he trains his new fellow toddlers into exposing the evil ring and rescue the babies, while Wit tries to get revenge and break out! Does this sound bad? I think not!