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Niter Brittany Runs a Marathon
This movie isn't as terrible as some reviewers have made it out to be. Let's say, overall, about average for its type. The photography is more than adequate, the locations unmistakably including Egypt. The score does its job well. And the acting is on par with Charlton Heston's usual. He can do better when he wants to, as in "Khartoum." Stephanie Zimbalist is fresh, attractive, and seductive -- both before and after she is possessed by the spirit of Kara. She's pretty sexy too, decked out in tight bell-bottomed slacks and wearing her long auburn hair held back by a barette -- is that the word? One of her more exciting moments comes when she steps down in the tomb and kisses her father warmly on the lips. She seems to have not much more than a few expressions to work with, which is okay; Gary Cooper only had one and a half. She relies mainly on an intense stare and half smile, which can signal either happiness or evil intent. The editing is confusing and the ending leaves the story open for a sequel which will probably never come. The story itself is dated, although spiced up with some Omen-like executions.
Heston would never get away with removing those artifacts from Egypt today. Not unless there was a huge under-the-table payoff made. No more Elgin-marble controversies. The archaeological techniques are dated as well. The archaeologists we seem to think of as heroes would be considered criminally sloppy by today's standards. If you excavate a site now, you don't just dig into it to see what you can find. You dig a trench into the site, from the outside inward, so you leave most of the site intact for future research. We don't know what analytic techniques will be available a hundred years from now, anymore than Carnaveron and the rest could foresee Carbon dating. Brouilloin, the information theorist, called this "the principle of fundamental surprise." If we knew now what we will have discovered a hundred years from now, we would already have discovered it. What Schliemann did at Troy was simply dig it up until all the information was gone, the archaeological equivalent of strip mining. King Tut's tomb was handled just as badly. When they first cracked the wall of the as-yet unsullied part of the tomb, a breath of air whooshed out from the opening. That air was three thousand years old. It was the same air breathed by the Egyptians who built the tomb. We will never know its chemical composition or what kind of particulate matter might still have been floating around. And the soil of the tomb, which surely contained biological materials like pollen and the residue of three-thousand-year-old microorganisms, was treated like -- well, like ordinary dirt.
The movie has few zingers. It moves slowly and deliberately, a pace that many modern moviegoers are no longer used to, after so much exposure to MTV techniques. And the director -- all directors -- need to have it pounded into their skulls that when a character looks into a mirror on screen, the audience is not supposed to see her staring obliquely into the camera lens. Not only does the use of this stupid trick contribute absolutely nothing, but it is distracting and jarring, and an insult to at least some of the viewers.
Director: Paul Downs Colaizzo
Cast: Jillian Bell, Jennifer Dundas, Patch Darragh, Alice Lee, Erica Hernandez, Max Pava, Michaela Watkins, Adam Sietz, Dan Bittner, Mikey Day, Lil Rel Howery, Kate Arrington, Beth Malone, Micah Stock, Esteban Benito
Niter Charlie's Angels
Predators is directed by Nimród Antal and stars Adrien Brody, Topher Grace, Alice Braga, Laurence Fishburne, Oleg Taktarov & Danny Trejo. It's co-produced out of 20th Century Fox by Robert Rodriguez, John Davis & Elizabeth Avellan, with writing credits going to Michael Finch, Alex Litvak and Jim & John Thomas. It's shot on location in the Hawaiian jungle with Gyula Pados on cinematography, while John Debney reworks Alan Silvestri's score from the 1987 film Predator.
The plot sees eight former members of Earth - mercenaries, soldiers, criminals and a doctor, who are literally dropped into a jungle on an alien planet. Why or how they got there is not known, but pretty soon it is apparent they must work together for they are being hunted by an unseen enemy. Hunted, it seems, for sport.
In 1987 John McTierrnan gave the movie world Predator, a ballsy Vietnam allegory that pitted Arnold Schwarzenegger and a host of other considerably sized beefcakes against one bad ass mandible wearing alien hunter. Since then the franchise has steadily got worse (though the Danny Glover led sequel is far from a disaster), reaching a crushingly bad nadir with Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem in 2007. Enter Robert Rodriguez who in the mid 90s had done a treatment for a Predator sequel - with Schwarzenegger in mind to return. However, it didn't happen and it's only now, with the franchise at rock bottom, that his script has been reworked and funded to give us Predators, the sequel to McTiernan's 87 ball buster.
The set up is a little different but in truth the formula is exactly the same as the original movie. Macho guys and a girl in the jungle are being hunted by something very bad. Alpha male, though, is not going to take it lying down, cue deaths, explosions and much macho posturing. Here in is the main problem with Antal' s movie, it's ticking the same boxes whilst homaging for all it's worth, which is fine since it's hugely entertaining in that Saturday night popcorn way. But there's little to no braveness in the writing. Sure there's some bonuses in the form of alien pets, a predator feud arc and a bonkers midsection with the introduction of another character. Yet as the carnage unfolds, the plot doesn't go anywhere other than where we expect it to go, while there's a huge character misstep in the final third that is more laughable than being the twister it's obviously meant to be.
However, if taken purely as a piece of salted popcorn, the film delivers enough thrills and excitement to warrant the viewing because the action comes thick and fast. From the breathtaking opening as we are literally dropped into the jungle with Adrien Brody, to the inevitable face off for the finale, we have been treated to stabs, chops, thrusts, dismemberment's, beheadings and everyones personal fave - spine ripping! All this and there's barely any blood spilt, lest the green kind counts of course? While the new look predators are awesome, more meaner in tone, with new armour and devoid of the pointless characterisation that others in the franchise have tried to give them, these are unremitting killers, lets leave them like that please! And while it lacks the dark humour of McTiernan's movie, it does have a wry sense of knowing, normally with the portrayal of Royce by Brody.
Brody is just fine, it's a performance that shows that should he ever want to make the easy money available in action/adventure type movies? Then he will have no problem getting work. He's buffed up, given himself a gruffer voice and more than shows a capable hand at punching, firing and sticking the tongue firmly in cheek. The others, unsurprisingly, are walking clichés, with some obviously only there to be deathly slotted more quickly than the others. The fun here is in waiting to see who gets it first/next and etc. It has to be said, though, that Topher Grace is not only annoying, he's also very miscast, but in fairness he's not exactly helped by the writing of his character either.
Not great but hugely enjoyable popcorn fodder. A sequel would be welcome, but with Rodriguez directing and a new face on the writing panel. 7/10
Director: Elizabeth Banks
Cast: Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, Ella Balinska, Elizabeth Banks, Patrick Stewart, Djimon Hounsou, Sam Claflin, Jonathan Tucker, Nat Faxon, Chris Pang, Luis Gerardo M�ndez, Noah Centineo, David Sch�tter, Hannah Hoekstra, Jane Chirwa
Niter Ford v Ferrari
Long before Harry Potter, we had Catweazle. Nowhere near as successful and famous as his latter-day juvenile contender, he was still a far more entertaining character.
Tumbling out of some medieval time-warp into the (then) present day 1970, he was obliged to come to terms with science and technology that made otherwise magical experiences pass into common place. A young boy acted as his guard, guide and mentor. The great charm of this programme arose from the misunderstandings that arose from their temporally distanced cultures, and the understanding and comradeship that developed between them as friends.
Thus, there is the telephone from which conversation is had, reinterpreted as a telling-bone on account of its shape and grammatical similarity. We see, the young boy switch on a bathroom light with the pull-chord, and Catweazle misconstruing the toilet chain for the same purpose. 'Thou art truly a great magician' and at other times 'Nay, nay, thou art a toad', with sundry similar expressions. Truth to tell; someone from Catweazle's epoch wouldn't speak or understand any contemporary English, but it's just a bit of kids fantasy, so what the hell?
I say it was for kids, but adults who stopped to linger soon fell under his spell too.
This was one of those short-running series that never outstayed its welcome. By the time the formula had run its course, the ancient sorcerer had found a way home to his own age, and was never seen on telly again (except, perhaps, as repeats).
Although the concept of a dirty (literally) old stranger befriending a young boy was a tricky one to address, especially when that friendship must be kept secret. It was handled with very great care, and a light enough touch as to never raise a doubt in the audience. Whether or not it could as easily be worked today in a world of paedophilic paranoia is another matter entirely. I suspect political-correctness would give it the axe. In fact that's probably why it has so seldom been screened since.
This was a wonderfully imaginative series from the golden age of short-run classics. Check-out 'The Prisoner' or 'The Guardians', or 'The Clangers', to name but a few others. It's available on DVD, now. and a generation who haven't met Mr Catweazle have a grand treat in store.
Well worth a purchase for some lucky kid's birthday present. They'll be watching this and quoting the lines long after any toys have lost their charm.
Go get it.
Director: James Mangold
Cast: Caitriona Balfe, Christian Bale, Matt Damon, Jon Bernthal, Noah Jupe, Josh Lucas, Ray McKinnon, JJ Feild, Jenelle McKee, Wyatt Nash, Tracy Letts, Adam Mayfield, H�l�ne Cardona, Ian Harding, Marisa Petroro
Niter Wild Rose
For once a film with an amazing lead singer! Watched it screen unseen with odeon and so glad we did! Really enjoyed!
Director: Tom Harper
Cast: Jessie Buckley, Matt Costello, Jane Patterson, Lesley Hart, Carol Pyper Rafferty, Natalie Mcconnon, Maureen Carr, James Harkness, Julie Walters, Adam Mitchell, Daisy Littlefield, Louise Mccarthy, Allison Simpson, Janey Godley, Brian McQuade
Niter Gemini Man
Unlike Ang Lee's hometown masterpiece Yin shi nan nu (1994), I had little to no expectations of this film bringing any substance to the table. The trailer did not sell it well. The clone concept has been done multiple times over (pun intended). Even Arnie's The 6th Day (2000) had a plot more original than this.
There is some good to take out of this film though, we get to experience amazing Next Level use of 3D Technology featuring HFR (High Frame Rate). There are honest moments of "Whoa" and "That was cool". However, this wasn't enough of a distraction from the awful script. It was as if the technical crew just wanted to play with their toys as soon as an opportunity presented itself (cough, Jerry Bruckheimer, cough).
On that note, I can see this technology being used in a more balance collaboration that will surely pay off down the track. Until then, maybe check this film out if you are looking for a preview of what could be.
Director: Ang Lee
Cast: Will Smith, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Clive Owen, Benedict Wong, Douglas Hodge, Theodora Miranne, Ralph Brown, Linda Emond, Andrea Sooch, Ilia Volok, E.J. Bonilla, Tim Connolly, David Shae, Bj�rn Freiberg, Ilona McCrea
Niter The Good Liar
Just, no. This is a poor excuse for a movie. Poor writing, poor acting, poor directing. I watched it on Netflix while in the mood for something "cheesy" -- and even this went too far.
The characters are absolutely basic: there's no depth or any redeeming qualities to any of them, except MAYBE Elise Neal's character, and that's only because her boyfriend (who gets creepily close to raping her with the whole "No means, YES baby" thing) cheats on her with her cousin. The main character Cedric cheats on his girlfriend within TEN MINUTES of the movie starting, in the bathroom while out with his friends.
He comes back and LITERALLY RIGHT THERE talks about proposing to his girl next weekend. WHAT? Soon after he's hit with a paternity suit and possible rape claim by a woman he claims to never have seen in his life. DUDE ... we just saw you cheat on your girl, why on earth should the audience feel bad for you? He also has a sister (it takes a while to figure out that's how they're related) and a nephew. The nephew (who is about 5) DIES, but is pretty much never brought up again, nor do we see the sister after the funeral. The other pointless storyline are these two cooks who have LITERALLY NOTHING to do with any of the other characters. I mean, you really can't tell what they have to do with the rest of the movie, it's almost bizarre.
Besides that, the woman who has filed a paternity suit (and yes, actually has his baby) is on screen for less than 15 minutes, even though that's the basic conflict (apparently?) of the film. Listen, I know not everything has to be amazing stuff, but this is insulting.
Director: Bill Condon
Cast: Helen Mirren, Ian McKellen, Russell Tovey, Patrick Godfrey, Jim Carter, J�hannes Haukur J�hannesson, Celine Buckens, Mark Lewis Jones, Lily Dodsworth-Evans, Phil Dunster, Michael Culkin, Laurie Davidson, Nell Williams, Bessie Carter, Athena Strates
Don't Let Go Niter (2019)
Release: August 30, 2019
Niter Don't Let Go
Rick Springfield and Yannick Bisson are super stars in this show they are private investigators and they help people when they are in trouble. They either help a friend or a friend's loved one who is in trouble or people that Bobo Dibella puts them onto, they go places that the police cant and people will talk to them that will never talk to the police. In the first series they work for a guy called Gordon who pays them to help is god daughters and a few other people that are in trouble, in the second series they own a surf shop, in the third series they help out jay Cassidy he is an ex cop and now owns a bail bond place and he gets Mick and joey to help find criminals. I really admire this television series and i give it 10 out of 10 because this show rules!!!
Director: Jacob Estes
Cast: Byron Mann, Storm Reid, Mykelti Williamson, David Oyelowo, Shinelle Azoroh, Daniel R. Lawson, Omar Leyva
Niter Bennett's War
The high production values shine through the complete series, there's been little skimping on things like filming locations. The script works well with the built characterisations that are easy to follow and with very few plot holes to annoy. However there's a few 'wouldn't he just shoot them' moments added so as to drive the story along to another fight scene! Two story lines running together may of made it longer than necessary but it's well worth a watch, unless you're 12 and can't do subtitles. The story manages to intertwine present day and recent Balkans history and the real world pan European heist gang the Panthers. The gun running and corruption twisted through the series are very relevant especially after recent terrorist events.
Director: Alex Ranarivelo
Cast: Michael Roark, Trace Adkins, Ali Afshar, Allison Paige, Hunter Clowdus, Brando Eaton, Tony Panterra, Michael King, Taylor Kalupa, Anton Fair, David Villada, Josh Trovato, Kathleen Antonia, Andrew Bongiorno, Robert Chestnut
Niter Angel Has Fallen
If you loved Bruce Lee, the old TV series Kung Fu, The Matrix, Kill Bill, Road Warrior, The Raid: Redemption and untold others I'm probably forgetting, then you'll love the genre mashup that is "Into the Badlands." I thought the ads were boring and redundant during episodes of The Walking Dead, but after seeing the first two episodes, it's pure, epic TV. Oh, and best of all, given the times, they banned guns in this futuristic post-apocalyptic society so everybody is highly trained with knives and swords. Yeah, the story is a bit vague and simple, but with with an Asian in the lead role, cinema-level fight scenes, what's not to love?
Director: Ric Roman Waugh
Cast: Gerard Butler, Piper Perabo, Morgan Freeman, Jada Pinkett Smith, Danny Huston, Nick Nolte, Lance Reddick, Tim Blake Nelson, Michael Landes, Katya Bakat, Sapir Azulay, Chris Browning, Sophia Del Pizzo, Joseph Millson, Mark Arnold
Niter Playing with Fire
Animation is an art form they say, and in a few countries in the world there are some excellent animation; especially in Japan. Me and my twin sister LOVE anime and this film is one my favorites; though I was shocked and surprised by the negative reviews I saw on the web, I thought this film was extremely imaginative and very well done.
I love Banipal Witt, it is like anything you have seen before - truly a marvelous place to behold. My favorite characters from the film are Meeko, she is so adorable; ChuChu and the lovely Lily Remlun, daughter of The great Magician Remlun. Though she didn't get enough screen-time (flashback you know), I still love her. And it was Lily's papa, that give the nasty princess Buburina the curse of turning everyone into balloons by touch.
So overall, I love this film from beginning to end.
Director: Andy Fickman
Cast: John Cena, Keegan-Michael Key, John Leguizamo, Brianna Hildebrand, Christian Convery, Finley Rose Slater, Judy Greer, Dennis Haysbert, Tommy Europe, Chris Webb, Brad Kelly, Jessica Garcie, Kurt Long, Nova Ryzen Smith, Latonya Williams
Cult and miracles, thx amazon for save this serial
Director: Todd Phillips
Cast: Joaquin Phoenix, Robert De Niro, Zazie Beetz, Frances Conroy, Brett Cullen, Shea Whigham, Bill Camp, Glenn Fleshler, Leigh Gill, Josh Pais, Rocco Luna, Marc Maron, Sondra James, Murphy Guyer, Douglas Hodge
This is one of the fluff movies which one doesn't need to be ashamed of admitting to enjoyment in. No, there's nothing plausible about 90% of the plot, but nor is there any pretense of such, so it's not something worth angsting over. Three fuzzy, colorful aliens crash their little yellow ship into the pool of a young, somewhat vapid Geena Davis, who has recently discovered that her MD. fiance is cheating on her. A quick shave and styling at her friend's beauty parlor transforms the three into less hirsute versions of Goldblum, Carrey and Wayans. Having assimilated at least the appearance of human beings, the aliens enter the world of 80s California, and wackiness, along with the necessary romance, ensues.
As 80s flicks go, this is better than, say, Weird Science or Back to School, though not up to par with things like Caddyshack or A Fish Called Wanda. Nothing essential to go out of your way to see, but certainly worth catching sometime
Director: Roland Emmerich
Cast: Ed Skrein, Patrick Wilson, Woody Harrelson, Luke Evans, Mandy Moore, Luke Kleintank, Dennis Quaid, Aaron Eckhart, Keean Johnson, Nick Jonas, Etsushi Toyokawa, Tadanobu Asano, Darren Criss, Brandon Sklenar, Jake Manley
Niter Terminator: Dark Fate
It's almost as if Tim Miller watched T3, Salvation and Genisys, found every aspect fans hated and crammed them into one film. Just like salvation it moves the focus from John Connor. The hybrid man/machine returns. The aged Arnold returns, with the exact same excuse we had in Genisys.
There's nothing original in this and the writing is woeful. The believability of T1 and T2 is long gone. Over exaggerated fight scenes. Mind numbingly boring, over convoluted cgi. And characters with no depth, warmth or connection to the audience.
This is a cash grab. No other words for it.
Fans want a well written story. Practical effects. Terminator should be dark, moody, intense. The T600s used to be slow, but unstoppable. This is just more cgi throwing each other through walls.
The first 5 mins gave me hope. The de-aging, was spectacularly well done. It felt like watching 1991 Linda Hamilton. That, unfortunately, was the only decent thing about the film.
Hasta la vista Terminator. I won't be back.
Director: Tim Miller
Cast: Mackenzie Davis, Linda Hamilton, Edward Furlong, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Gabriel Luna, Natalia Reyes, Tom Hopper, Cassandra Starr, Brett Azar, Diego Boneta, T�bata Cerezo, Steven Cree, Pete Ploszek, Enrique Arce, Mario de la Rosa
Niter After the Wedding
One of those films best approached knowing as little as possible about the plot going in... But it's deft handling of character drama and intrigue-filled more melodramatic elements make for a very solid, surprising and well made film.
Director: Bart Freundlich
Cast: Michelle Williams, Julianne Moore, Billy Crudup, Will Chase, Doris McCarthy, Abby Quinn, Azhy Robertson, Alex Esola, Alex Cranmer, Eisa Davis, Susan Blackwell, Eric D. Hill Jr., Mackenzie Owens, Jeff Kim, Greta Quispe
Release: September 27, 2019
Niter Dora and the Lost City of Gold
My 8 and 10 year old thought "no way I want to see a Dora movie," but then they saw the trailer and thought it looked funny and cute so we got two friends and saw it opening night. They all totally loved it and I enjoyed it way more than I expected to. The themes/jokes were cheesy but the writers knew that and played off it to make it even funnier. My six year old did not get most of the jokes because many of them were about why Dora was cheesy and/or about being awkward and a teenager.
I am pretty careful about what we watch and this was definitely family friendly and appropriate for all ages. Two thumbs up!
Director: James Bobin
Cast: Benicio Del Toro, Madelyn Miranda, Dee Bradley Baker, Malachi Barton, Sasha Toro, Marc Weiner, Eva Longoria, Michael Pe�a, Joey Vieira, Pia Miller, Isabela Moner, Jeff Wahlberg, Adriana Barraza, Damien Garvey, Anikka Abelita
Niter Late Night
Just awful. Casting seemed ideal, but no chemistry between cast members and the film just isn't worth a random watch on netflix. Emma Thompson just doesn't bring anything to this and havent we all had enough of Mindy.
Director: Nisha Ganatra
Cast: Emma Thompson, Mindy Kaling, John Lithgow, Hugh Dancy, Reid Scott, Denis O'Hare, Max Casella, Paul Walter Hauser, John Early, Jia Patel, Luke Slattery, Ike Barinholtz, Marc Kudisch, Amy Ryan, Megalyn Echikunwoke
Official Secrets Niter (2019)
Release: August 30, 2019
Niter Official Secrets
This is another one of Takeshi Kitanos films that he wrote, directed and edited but doesn't star in. It's not quite the soft and moving film like Kikujiro, but it's not the tough and violent film like Violent Cop. It's a different kind of Takeshi Kitano film that lands somewhere else on the spectrum. It's the tale of two kids that go to high school together, an the story of how one becomes a gangster, and the other becomes a boxer. It's an interesting tale and certainly tells a story of youth feeling that pressure to succeed, and perhaps doing questionable things to do so.
It starts off as a high school drama, but then slowly turns into a film that is half yakuza drama and half boxing story. The interesting thing is that there are also a few other characters we see throughout that, if i'm being honest, I don't completely know why they are there. I think it's perhaps to emphasize the idea of youths in Japan being pressured to be successful. We see a duo of comedians and a guy who is in love with a girl at a Cafe, and we see little snippets of what they are doing edited in between the main plot. It's interesting and kinda works.
The relationship between the two friends really works. We see their dynamic and when they drift apart, you believe it. You also grow to like the characters, and kinda root for one, if not both of them. The ending is also pretty great, if I do say so myself.
The film isn't quite a masterpiece like Sonatine, but it certainly is up there with his best works. I guess you could say that it could hold its own in the ring of Kitano films.
Director: Gavin Hood
Cast: Matthew Goode, Keira Knightley, MyAnna Buring, Ralph Fiennes, Matt Smith, Conleth Hill, Shaun Dooley, Indira Varma, Katherine Kelly, Rhys Ifans, Jeremy Northam, Tamsin Greig, Jack Farthing, Hattie Morahan, Hanako Footman
The Aeronauts Niter (2019)
Release: November 04, 2019
Niter The Aeronauts
This film provides Americans the opportunity to see what the USA looks like through a foreigner's eyes. It's no picnic, according to Herzog. Even more, the title characteris played by Bruno S., a certified schizophrenic that Herzog befriended. His acting style is nothing of the kind and adds a sense of honest bewilderment to the roles he has played. This story is the antithesis of the Horation Alger "American Dream" story. It is bizarre and moving in spite of itself. Herzog hits upon one of the greatest endings to any film attempting to sum up the character of the US: it takes place at a roadside carnival of sorts, that features the antics of trained animals, who dance and play the piano on command (not nearly as impressive as it sounds, just like America).
Director: Tom Harper
Cast: Felicity Jones, Eddie Redmayne, Himesh Patel, Phoebe Fox, Anne Reid, Tim McInnerny, Vincent Perez, Robert Glenister, Tom Courtenay, Rebecca Front, Kamil Lemieszewski, Gianni Calchetti, Lewin Lloyd, Julian Ferro, Thomas Arnold
Niter Motherless Brooklyn
Well, there was really only one redeeming factor to this movie and that was seeing Twilight's Victoria, Rachelle Lafevre, in a starring role. She did a fabulous job portraying a girl who comes to the realization that her entire existence has been a lie and then is thrown into a spiral of crazy events. Rachelle still shone, despite the lack of reality and massive plot holes in this movie.
The movie pretty much gets going right from the get-go. Rachelle's character Elsa/Sophie is getting drunk with her boyfriend and friend, when her friend notices a milk carton ad of a missing child who looks just like Elsa. As a drunken prank, they call the number on the ad. And from there, things just get plain weird.
Basically, this was like that old movie, starring Kellie Martin (The Face on the Milk Carton), on steroids. With the exception of Rachelle and maybe one or two others, the acting wasn't all that great and the storyline was pretty unbelievable (not in a good way) and hard to follow. Jeremy London, who I normally enjoy seeing in movies, gave a very disappointing performance. The movie jumps from scene to scene with minimal explanation of the events and ends with a supposed twist that I found to be fairly predictable. Overall, 4 out of 10 and that may be generous. Come on Lifetime, you've done better than that!
Director: Edward Norton
Cast: Edward Norton, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Alec Baldwin, Bobby Cannavale, Willem Dafoe, Bruce Willis, Ethan Suplee, Cherry Jones, Dallas Roberts, Josh Pais, Radu Spinghel, Fisher Stevens, Peter Gray Lewis, Robert Wisdom, Michael Kenneth Williams
Release: August 15, 2019
Niter 47 Meters Down: Uncaged
Exactly what you expect. Only annoying part was they conversed freely but had no earpieces, their ears were exposed to open water. Minor but very distracting detail
Director: Johannes Roberts
Cast: Sophie Nélisse, Corinne Foxx, Brianne Tju, Sistine Rose Stallone, Brec Bassinger, John Corbett, Nia Long, Axel Mansilla, Khylin Rhambo, Davi Santos
Date Aired: November 13, 2019
Niter Full Frontal with Samantha Bee
Niter Almost Family
A woman who grew up as an only child discovers that her dad fathered many other children as a sperm donor.
Cast: Tamara Tunie , Carme Boixadera
Niter Chicago Med
An emotional thrill ride through the day-to-day chaos of the city's most explosive hospital and the courageous team of doctors who hold it together.
Cast: Oliver Platt, S Epatha Merkerson
Niter Chicago Fire
The story of firefighters in Chicago.
Cast: Charlie Barnett, Christian Stolte, David Eigenberg, Eamonn Walker, Jesse Spencer, Lauren German, Mo Gallini
Niter Nancy Drew
Young makes plans to leave her hometown for college after high school graduation, but finds herself drawn into a supernatural murder mystery.
Cast: Kennedy McMann , Leah Lewis , Maddison Jaizani , Tunji Kasim , Alex Saxon , Alvina August , Riley Smith , Scott Wolf , Adam Beach , Sara Canning , Pamela Sue Martin , Sinead Curry , Kurt Long , Stephanie Van Dyck , Eden Summer Gilmore , Gage Marsh , Jenika Rose , Jasmine Vega , Emma Oliver , Will Chilton , Brandyn Eddy , Kenneth Mitchell
Niter Black Ink Crew
Black Ink documents the busy workers at a Harlem tattoo shop and all of the black celebrities they cater to.
Date Aired: November 13, 2019
Niter It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
Four egocentric friends who run a neighborhood Irish pub in Philadelphia try to find their way through the adult world of work and relationships. Unfortunately, their warped views and precarious judgments often lead them to trouble, creating a myriad of uncomfortable situations that usually only get worse before they get better.
Cast: Charlie Day, Danny DeVito, Glenn Howerton, Kaitlin Olson, Rob McElhenney
A competition/reality show where a group of contestants are stranded in a remote location with little more than the clothes on their back. The contestants start off divided into two teams that compete against each other, with the losing team forced to vote a member off; when the numbers are reduced to 10 contestants, the teams merge and it's everyone for him- or herself. The lone survivor of this process takes home a million dollars.
Cast: Jeff Probst
Date Aired: November 15, 2019
Niter The Mandalorian
After the stories of Jango and Boba Fett, another warrior emerges in the Star Wars universe. is set after the fall of the Empire and before the emergence of the First Order. We follow the travails of a lone gunfighter in the outer reaches of the galaxy far from the authority of the New Republic.
Cast: Pedro Pascal , Kyle Pacek , Brendan Wayne , Bernard Bullen , Alexandra Manea , Luis Richard Gomez , Jamal Antar , Tait Fletcher , Tony Taboada
Niter South Park
South Park is an animated series featuring four foul-mouthed 3rd graders, Stan, Kyle, Kenny and Cartman. The show is set in the Colorado town of South Park where weird things keep happening, whether its being abducted by aliens or avoiding Kyle's little brother Ike. The show is based on the short film by Trey Parker and Matt Stone, "The Spirit of Christmas".
Cast: Isaac Hayes, Matt Stone, Mona Marshall, Trey Parker
Niter Tyler Perry\'s Sistas
A group of single black women from different walks of life navigate their complicated love life status, careers and friendship through the ups-and-downs of living in a modern world of social media and unrealistic relationship goals.
Cast: Kj Smith , Ebony Obsidian , Novi Brown , Mignon Von , Audrey Williams , Belle Oceanne Iradukunda , Anthony Dalton , Brian Jordan Jr. , Michael King , Mignon , Olaolu Winfunke , Keena Ferguson , Tobias Truvillion
A subversive take on Archie and his friends, exploring small town life, the darkness and weirdness bubbling beneath 's wholesome facade.
Niter The Morning Show
An inside look at the lives of the people who help America wake up in the morning, exploring the unique challenges faced by the men and women who carry out this daily televised ritual.
Cast: Jennifer Aniston , Reese Witherspoon , Billy Crudup , Mark Duplass , Gugu Mbatha-Raw , Nestor Carbonell , Karen Pittman , Bel Powley , Desean Terry , Steve Carell , Janina Gavankar , Victoria Tate , Shari Belafonte , Joe Marinelli , Katherine Ko , Ian Gomez , Eli Bildner , Augustus Prew , Hannah Leder , Joe Pacheco , Michelle Meredith , David Magidoff , Oona Roche , Amber Friendly , Roman Mitichyan , Andre Johnson
Date Aired: November 15, 2019
Niter High School Musical: The Musical - The Series
The students from the school where the High School Musical films were shot stage a musical production based in the franchise.
Cast: Joshua Bassett , Olivia Rodrigo , Kate Reinders , Sofia Wylie , Matt Cornett , Dara Renee , Julia Lester , Frankie A. Rodriguez , Larry Saperstein , Mark St. Cyr , Joe Serafini , Alexis Nelis
Niter For All Mankind
The series explores what would have happened if the global space race had never ended.
Cast: Jodi Balfour , Michael Dorman , Wrenn Schmidt , Sonya Walger , Chris Bauer , Arturo Del Puerto , Sarah Jones , Joel Kinnaman , Krys Marshall , Shantel VanSanten , Noah Harpster , Meghan Leathers , Nick Toren , Olivia Trujillo , Chris Agos , Megan Dodds , Spencer Garrett , Eric Ladin , Nate Corddry , Dan Donohue , Michael Harney , Wallace Langham , Teya Patt , Dan Warner , Rebecca Wisocky
Date Aired: November 13, 2019
Niter The Real Housewives of Dallas
Niter Fresh Off the Boat
A Taiwanese family makes their way in America during the 1990s.
Cast: Randall Park
Niter The X Factor: Celebrity
14 celebrities go head-to-head to impress the judges and viewers to win a career-changing record contract.
Cast: Dermot O'Leary , Simon Cowell , Nicole Scherzinger , Louis Walsh , Martin Bashir , Eyal Booker , Laura Buitrago , Brendan Cole , Levi Davis , Jeremy Edwards , Victoria Ekanoye , Thom Evans , Ben Foden , Hayley Hasselhoff , Vinnie Jones , Jonny Labey , Ricki Lake , Zara McDermott , Kevin McHale , Megan McKenna , Alondra Martinez , Samira Mighty , Max Mills , Harvey Mills , Wes Nelson , Sofia Oliveira , Olivia Olson , Jenny Ryan , Wendii Sarmiento , Natalie Valerin , Randy Jackson , Howie Mandel , Sinitta
Far in a dystopian future, the human race has lost the sense of sight, and society has had to find new ways to interact, build, hunt, and to survive. All of that is challenged when a set of twins is born with sight.
Cast: Alfre Woodard , Jason Momoa , Sylvia Hoeks , Hera Hilmar , Christian Camargo , Archie Madekwe , Nesta Cooper , Yadira Guevara-Prip , Josh Blacker , Christian Sloan , Mojean Aria , Marilee Talkington , Bree Klauser , Hiro Kanagawa , Tantoo Cardinal , Peter Bryant , Jefferson Halliday , Joshua Henry , Lauren Glazier , Camillia Mahal , Shalyn Ferdinand , Jessica Harper , Kenneth Mitchell , Cassandra Naud , Luc Roderique , Brianna Clark , Adrian Hough , Alex Bulmer , Donovan Tildesley , Ellen MacNevin , Jaeden Noel , Rocky Anderson , Kamran Fulleylove
Date Aired: November 13, 2019
Niter The Real Housewives of New Jersey
With Teresa Giudice, Jacqueline Laurita, Caroline Manzo.
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