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Castle: Murder He Wrote (2012)
Best episode so far!!!
the writers really outdid themselves on this one.... One of the funniest episodes ever... Great chemistry between Nathan and Stana... A change of pace is very welcome , and some great twists... This is the best series on right now.... The Ryan character also is very well developed. Not a bloody episode. Also , a great "Italian Mafia" nod. Stana is hotter than ever, Nathan is getting old all of a sudden (well.. in the last few seasons), Alexis is a Woman now, and as always , the wardrobe and hair stylist people L O V E Susan Sullivan. My favorite episode so far. The house is really something. I love how Rick and Kate exchange their uncertainties. Can't wait for the commentary on the DVD.
Anne Dudek is ONLY in this episode
RATING IS BASED ON THE PILOT EPISODE ONLY
For those (mostly) male viewers who enjoyed Anne Dudek's prescence/role in this pilot episode please note that...
***She DOESN'T appear in ANY other episode of this series***
Too bad .. it is a big drawback and just for that I'm not getting this series on DVD...temperamental, isn't it?
End of rant.
good writing, great exterior shots, and Will Ferrell and Ben Stiller's son in the lead, with the same acting abilities....
How to Steal a Million (1966)
It's very hard to ignore the HORRIBLE colors on screen!!!
Entertaining and smart, with very obvious on screen chemistry, Peter and Audrey make this movie a great choice, Pete having some great lines. But the lack of composition and aesthetics make this very hard for me to watch, hence the 9 stars. You have to ABSTRACT to not puke from the nauseating browns, ochres and greens I wonder how those colors ever became fashionable...but Audrey makes everything better, as usual. Audrey's white framed sunglasses still astound me. I wonder how the Kittycat and Moo girl got along. They probably hated each other or were strangely attracted to each other. Yes, do buy it, but YOU'VE BEEN WARNED!!!! ;=)
Cool as Ice (1991)
One of the all-time best bad movies.
Although admittedly the money that would otherwise have been spent in continuity and keeping all those gorgeous colors and multiple visual jokes flowing throughout the film's entirety probably got spent in hair gel, or controlled substances or both, this is still one of the all-time best bad movies you will ever have the privilege to chuckle through. You can say anything you want about the clichés that would otherwise be referred to as dialogue, but I challenge ANY multi-million dollar earning Hollywood actor to pull off this role better than the Scorpio boy. This is a tongue in cheek, enormous joke of a movie (anything with Naomi Campbell singing over the opening credits cannot be considered otherwise) which any actor should be proud to have in their past past baby. Hats off to the Vanilla wonder.
One of the Real WB Clampett CLASSICS despite dated stereotyping
People, people....Robert Clampett's style was always OVER THE TOP!!! No matter what the subject was. It is clearly shown that the team did some extensive field research(music, extra talent from the local scene, etc.) and came up with a very sardonic- urban-hop (predating hip-hop!!! Take that!) short that is deliriously funny, fast-paced and definitely NOT for everyone(what is, anyway?). Unfortunately, all the "racial" stereotypes will detract some viewers (with no sense of humor, I'm guessing-hey , I'm a Hispanic and I'm a stereotype, but, I DO have a sense of humor and Tolerance , above all), these were other times and no harm was intended-except for the members of the "Axis" during the WWII years-and STILL, it was never hate that was expressed, but plain ridicule). Clampett is my all time favorite director, the zaniest and the one who took the most risks-kudos to him on this one. Taking into account that no big-major-conglomerate-company in their right mind would release this classic on DVD, the only source that I've ever seen it on is 1989 VHS "Uncensored cartoons", definitely OOP. I think that there might be some business in releasing all of these "Politically Incorrect"(WWII, Inki, etc.) WB shorts with very stern warnings on the cover("Mothers of prevention"?-thanks FZ); we shall see...hey , if I had a way to do it, I would! It would be great to see this in a nice restored print.
Bewitched Bunny (1954)
You'll only find this in "Bugs Bunny's 3rd Movie: 1001 Rabbit Tales"...
..and in an edited version-on VHS. Classic Chuck Jones directed short with REALLY funky backgrounds and one of the most hilarious quotes: "Ahh,Your mother rides a vacuum cleaner!!!" spoken by the Teutonic Twins with a glorious German accent! And let's not forget Bugs' "....Hansel?.....Hansel?". I wonder if I've ever seen the original uncut version of this classic short, since, like most of us who've only watched it on ABC's Saturday morning cartoon programs in the 70s-80s, the majority of these were chopped off because they were deemed "violent"...hmmm...I guess these censors were never informed that most of these WB shorts were made FOR and BY ADULTS, so , if kids got a kick out of it, even better!!!
Should have been included in the Golden Collection DVDs.
Excellent recreation of the graphic novel
Despite the lack of chemistry between "Kan'tact" Reeves(sorry, his best role will always be the Bill & Ted movies) and gorgeous & talented Rachel Weiss' fake American accent(Rachel , my dear , your British accent is YOU). Top notch and disturbing Special fx. The BEST adaptation of a Marvel/DC graphic novel/comic book so far, IMHO better than Spiderman I-II, Xmen, even Elektra, etc. I'm not one to watch these kind of creepy movies, I'm a comedy buff myself, but this movie was a very pleasant surprise, there were excellent comedic/sarcastic moments interspersed. The Rossdale/Bush guy was good/sexy and so was Angel Gabriel-also the apprentice/cabbie. Anyone who gives this 1-4 stars is missing the point. PEACE!