Change Your Image
Upload An Image
Crop And Save
No Holds Barred (1989)
Hulk Hogan, Kurt Fuller, Joan Severance and Tommy 'Tiny" Lister star in this 1989 action film. Hogan plays wrestling hero, Rip who gets offered a deal by corrupt, TV executive, Brell (Fuller) to join his network. He turns him down and Brell gets Rip to fight a dangerous ex-con, Zeus (Lister) on his new program. Soon, Rip and Zeus go head to head with each other in a big wrestling match. Severance (Lethal Weapon) plays Samantha, a businesswoman who falls for Rip. This isn't bad, even though there's some goofy & corny moments, Hogan and Lister (Friday) are good and Fuller (Scary Movie) plays a great bad guy as usual. I recommend this.
Vince Vaughn, Ben Stiller, Christine Taylor, Justin Long and Rip Torn star in this 2004 comedy. Vaughn plays Peter La Fleur, a mild-mannered guy who owns a gym where a group of his misfit friends workout. Soon, he meets bank lawyer, Kate Veatch (Taylor) who informs him that he's $50,000 in debt. Stiller plays despicable, fitness trainer, White Goodman who intends to buy Peter's gym from him. Peter decides to compete in a dodgeball tournament where the prize is $50,000 and White plays against him. Long (Jeepers Creepers) plays nerdy teen, Justin who is one of Peter's friends and Torn (Men in Black) plays former athlete, Patches O'Houlihan who helps Peter and his team. Gary Cole, Jason Bateman, Hank Azaria, William Shatner, Lance Armstrong and Chuck Norris also appear. This is a good comedy and Vaughn and Stiller are great in it. I recommend this.
The Wizard of Oz (1939)
Judy Garland, Frank Morgan, Ray Bolger, Bert Lahr, Jack Haley and Margaret Hamilton star in this 1939 fantasy musical based on the novel. This tell the story of Kansas girl, Dorothy Gale (Garland) who sometimes wishes she could leave. She gets her wish when a tornado heads towards her home and is taken to a magical place, Oz. Soon, she sees strange things and meets new friends, a scarecrow (Bolger), lion (Lahr) and Tin man (Haley) along the way while trying to get back home. She also faces a wicked witch (Hamilton) who wants her ruby red slippers. Dorothy and her friends head to the Emerald City seeking help from a powerful wizard (Morgan) to grant their wishes. I grew up watching this and always enjoyed it. Garland & the cast were great and Hamilton was a terrific villain. I recommend this classic fantasy.
The Natural (1984)
"One Of Redford's Best!"
Robert Redford, Robert Duvall, Glenn Close, Kim Basinger, Wilford Brimley, Barbara Hershey, Robert Prosky, Michael Madsen, Joe Don Baker and Richard Farnsworth star in Barry Levinson's 1984 drama based on the novel. This takes place in the late 1930's focusing on baseball player, Roy Hobbs (Robert Redford) who has loved the game since he was a kid. He was injured 16 years prior by a woman, Harriet Bird (Hershey) who shot him and killed herself. Roy tries to put that behind him and he joins the New York Knights where he becomes a sensation with magic in his bat. Duvall (The Godfather) plays sports writer, Max Mercy who is determined to get a story on Roy, Close (Fatal Attraction) plays Roy's ex-girlfriend, Iris Gaines, Basinger (Batman) plays Memo Paris, a woman who seduces Roy, Brimley (The Thing) plays Pop Fisher, Roy's coach who is also Memo's uncle, the late, Prosky (Christine) plays The Judge who tries to buy Roy out, the late, Farnsworth (Misery) plays Red Blow, Pop's assistant, Madsen (Reservoir Dogs) and Baker (Goldeneye) appear briefly as ballplayers, Bud and The Whammer. This is a great film that's one of Redford's best, He & the cast are great and Randy Newman's score is excellent. I recommend this.
Dark Star (1974)
"Not Bad Carpenter First!"
John Carpenter's 1974 sci-fi comedy stars Brian Narelle, Dan O'Bannon, Cal Kuniholm and Dre Pahich. This focuses on a group of space explorers, Dolittle (Narelle), Pinback (O'Bannon), Boiler (Kuniholm) and Talby (Pahich) who are on a 20-year mission to rid unstable planets. They're not only bored and tired, but they find themselves facing mishaps and danger when their ship malfunctions. Carpenter's first film was originally a school project that became a theatrical film. It's not bad, the cast is good, Carpenter's score is great and there's neat space effects. Carpenter also dubbed Talby's voice and the late, O'Bannon also co-wrote the film. I recommend this.
April Fool's Day (1986)
"Good 80's Slasher!"
This 1986 horror film stars Deborah Foreman, Amy Steel, Ken Olandt, Deborah Goodrich, Griffin O'Neal, Jay Baker, Clayton Rohner, Leah Pinsent and Thomas F. Wilson. Foreman (Valley Girl) plays Muffy, a college girl who invites her friends to her island house for the weekend. They run into some snags and begin playing jokes on each other until someone lurking about decides to play a deadly game of their own when each of them disappear one by one. Steel (Friday the 13th 2) plays Kit, Olandt (Summer School) plays Rob, Goodrich (Just One of the Guys) plays Nikki, O'Neal (son of Ryan) plays Muffy's brother, Skip, Rohner (Just One of the Guys) plays Chaz, Baker plays Harvey, Pinsent plays Nan and Wilson (Back to the Future) plays Arch. I enjoyed this film, the cast is great and Charles Bernstein's score is eerie. I recommend this good 80's slasher.
The Last Stand (2013)
"Ok Action Flick!"
Arnold Schwarzenegger, Forest Whitaker, Eduardo Noriega, Jaimie Alexander, Luis Guzman and Johnny Knoxville star in this 2013 action film. This begins in Las Vegas where drug dealer, Gabriel Cortez (Noriega) escapes from police custody. We soon meet Ray Owens (Schwarzenegger), a former L.A. cop turned sheriff of sleepy town, Sommerton located near the Mexican border. He learns that Cortez is heading towards his town and tries to stop him. Whitaker (Platoon) plays FBI agent, John Bannister who is determined to catch Cortez, Alexander (Thor: The Dark World) plays cop, Sarah Torrance who works for Ray, Guzman (Boogie Nights) plays Ray's other cop, Mike Figuerola Aka Figgy and Knoxville (Jackass) plays arms collector, Lewis Dinkum who helps Ray and his team. This is OK and Arnold is great as usual. I still recommend this if you're a fan of Arnold.
Leonard Part 6 (1987)
"Not Bad Spy Spoof!"
Bill Cosby, Tom Courtenay, Gloria Foster, Pat Colbert, Victoria Rowell and Joe Don Baker star in this 1987 action-comedy. This takes place in San Francisco, California and Cosby (I Spy) plays ex-spy turned restaurateur, Leonard Parker who is called upon to save the world from a corrupt woman, Medusa Johnson (Foster) who controls animals to become harmful. Leonard also tries reconnecting with his ex-wife, Allison (Colbert) and dealing with daughter, Joan (Rowell) who wants to marry an older man. Soon, Allison is kidnapped and Leonard must rescue her from Medusa and her vegetarian thugs. Courtenay (The Golden Compass) plays Leonard's butler, Frayn and Baker (The Living Daylights) plays Snyderburn, Leonard's old boss who sends him on his mission. This isn't a bad spy spoof, I've always enjoyed it and Cosby is good in it. I recommend this.
John Candy, Mariel Hemingway, Emma Samms, Raymond Burr, Dylan Baker, Charles Rocket, Andrea Thompson and David Rasche star in this 1991 comedy. The late, great, Candy plays Jack Gable, a writer who gets into an accident and dreams he's on his soap opera, "Beyond Our Dreams." He plays along as wealthy tycoon, Jack Gates and begins writing his way through town trying to impress rich woman, Rachel Hedison (Samms). Jack also meets, Janet Dubois (Hemingway), a botanist whom he finds romance with. Jack eventually comes back to reality and tries to better the show. The late, Burr (Perry Mason) plays Rachel's father and industrialist, Carter, Baker (Spider-Man 2) plays Carter's son, Blake who begins having side effects from an experimental drug, the late, Rocket (Dumb and Dumber) plays Carter's other son, Ty who has one eye, Thompson (NYPD Blue) plays nurse, Helen Caldwell who tries to win the affections of doctor, Paul Kirkwood (Rasche) whom is engaged to Rachel and Robert Wagner (Hart to Hart) also appears as the actual, Jack Gates. This is a good comedy I've always enjoyed, Candy & the cast are great and I recommend it.
You, Me and Dupree (2006)
"Pretty Good Comedy!"
Owen Wilson, Matt Dillon, Kate Hudson, Seth Rogan and Michael Douglas star in this 2006 comedy. Wilson plays goofball, Dupree who attends the wedding of his best friend, Carl (Dillon) and his bride, Molly (Hudson). Soon, Dupree becomes their houseguest and things go terribly wrong for them all. Carl also begins having a tough time dealing with his father-law, Mr. Thompson (Douglas) who is also his boss. Eventually, Dupree tries to fix things with not only Carl and Molly, but himself. Rogan (Knocked Up) plays Carl and Dupree's friend, Neil who seems to let his wife control his life. This is pretty good, the cast is great and I recommend it.