Michelle is one part sexual nymph, one part man-hating psycho, and one part 12-year-old child. When she catches the eye of Andy, it turns his life upside down and their relationship becomes... See full summary »
THE CORPORATE LADDER is a Playboy Channel movie, filled with pseudo-erotica and some beautiful women. Anthony Denison (Crime Story) plays Matt, an up and coming advertising executive, on ... See full summary »
Robert R. Shafer,
The seemingly random killings of an assassin puzzle her former lover, a wealthy Greek crime boss whose organization is jeopardized by his love for her, and the detective following her rising body count.
Under-appreciated 'family' member Gino Corso is finally given an opportunity to prove himself worthy of New York's fifth largest crime syndicate. What transpires is a humorous tale of a ... See full summary »
Lonely and disturbed Jacob Kell loved his little sister more than anything on earth. When tragedy strikes, Jacob retaliates the only way he knows how - and anyone who crosses his path will know there is no limit to his brutal vengeance.
*Winner Best Picture - 2011 Red Nation Film Festival *Winner Best Director - Nick Vallelonga - 2011 Red Nation Film Festival *Winner Best Actor - Michael Spears - 2011 Red Nation Film Festival See more »
In a scene at the mine, Cobb walks toward one of the captives and bends over him, revealing a pair of Under Armor underwear. See more »
Soviet-style Socialist Realism is Alive and Well: Multikulti propaganda movie
I never seen such BS propaganda in my entire life except in the old Soviet Union. Replace noble Indians+female dogooders with noble workers (proletarians) and greedy white evil males with greedy capitalists and you will get good Soviet movie tailored according to the cliches of Socialist Realism. In this movie you will be exposed to the mosaic of wooden schematic characters (and played badly) that fit required ideological norms. I almost puked by the end of this movie. This "masterpiece" is an excellent window into the minds of the makers of the movie are literally trapped into the Multikulti ideology that still dominates our mainstream (noble polite Native Americans who are stewards of nature and who are never greedy, their allies (noble female caretakers and an accidental male misfit) and evil greedy violence-prone white males. The material and caricature characters simply beg for a good critical review that will disect and make fun of them.
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