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Genre: Adventure, Comedy, Family, Fantasy
Release: November 25, 2020
Niter The Christmas Chronicles: Part Two
Feisty Katie Elder has passed on and her sons have arrived in Clearwater, Texas for her funeral. Katie's four sons are played by John Wayne, Dean Martin, Earl Holliman, and Michael Anderson, Jr. and three's a certain amount of hostility directed towards them from some quarters. And a bit of fear evident in the town's people. It also turns out that their father had been murdered a few months before that and their ranch now belonged to James Gregory. When questions are asked, trouble starts.
One thing is clear though, none of her kids has quite turned out the way she hoped, but the three oldest are going to see that young Anderson becomes some kind of success in life.
Despite some glaring plot weaknesses The Sons of Katie Elder is a film that is sold by the sincere playing of its leads. I'm not quite sure why the Elder boys didn't come back with the news of their father's death and settled things back then. Or why Michael Anderson was so resistant to some higher education.
This was a special film for John Wayne, the first post cancer operation film he made. And he did it and all his subsequent films with essentially one lung. One thing about Duke was that he really loved MAKING movies. I've always thought on some level he wanted them to make money because that way he could make more of them. Wayne just loved being out on location, working all day and partying all night, this was him. Although his health gradually deteriorated and he became more testy and irritable and he had more and more need of an oxygen tank as years past, he wouldn't give it up until he HAD to. For John Wayne it really was a labor of love.
Wayne surrounded himself with a good cast of familiar players for the most part. This was his second film with Dean Martin who after completing this film started on his highly acclaimed variety show. And his guest on his first show, John Wayne to plug the upcoming release of their film. They are an interesting pair of older Elder brothers. Wayne who lives by a strict code and Martin who gets by on his wits and a larcenous streak. Still the affection the two had for each other in real life comes forth on the screen.
Dino has a real moment to shine when he sneaks out and brings Dennis Hopper back to the stable where Wayne and a wounded Anderson are holed up. One of his best acted scenes from any of his films.
George Kennedy plays a menacing gunman that James Gregory hires and he also gets quite a clout from John Wayne with a two by four after Kennedy was bullying John Doucette. It's a great cinematic moment from a Wayne film, but afterwards you can't find any trace of injury on Kennedy for the rest of the film. I remember in Joe Kidd when Clint Eastwood gave Don Stroud a similar clout, Mr. Stroud looked every bit the injured party for the rest of that film.
Though we never see Katie Elder we get quite the picture of the uncomplaining pioneer mother through the townspeople that knew her and their sons. I'm still also not sure though why Earl Holliman was supposed to be such a bad role model, he's a hardware merchant in another town. Still the other three Elder boys want Anderson to aim higher than that.
Elmer Bernstein's musical score is one of the best that is featured in a John Wayne film. Wayne films were always distinguished by good use of music, something the Duke learned from John Ford. Bernstein and the Duke first worked together in The Comancheros and this one is every bit as good as that rousing score.
The action sequences are the best part of the film and the last half hour with the ambush on the bridge by Gregory's men right up to the explosive climatic battle with Wayne and Gregory, the excitement doesn't let up for a New York minute. No western fan should miss it.
Director: Chris Columbus
Cast: Joshua Blumhagen , Jahzir Bruno , Darby Camp , Milaina Chanel , Amanda Cleghorn , Serena Crouse , Julian Dennison , Danny Dworkis , Patrick Gallagher , Justine Gera , Tyrese Gibson , Goldie Hawn , Andrew Kyrzyk , Judah Lewis , Camille Marty
Boss Level Niter (2020)
Genre: Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Niter Boss Level
The stories move along quickly, which is a huge relief. So many documentary type shows drag and repeat and drag and repeat.
The negative to this show is that there is more film used on the fake than the real. We tuned in to see the actual places and they didn't show them much. Instead we get the reenactors in barely lit rooms. A mocking drinking game could be made out of the number of times you see an actor look "meaningfully" at the camera. We'd much rather see more and longer shots of film/photos/paintings of the actual buildings and environs and people and things that the stories are about. And there's no need to show the narrators more than once.
We enjoy listening to the stories though and hope they continue.
Director: Joe Carnahan
Cast: Mel Gibson , Annabelle Wallis , Michelle Yeoh , Naomi Watts , Frank Grillo , Ken Jeong , Will Sasso , Meadow Williams , Mathilde Ollivier , Sheaun McKinney , Selina Lo , Tyler Jon Olson , Eric Etebari , Carlos Aviles , Swen Temmel
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Release: September 11, 2020
Niter The Broken Hearts Gallery
What if you saved a souvenir from every relationship you've ever been in? THE BROKEN HEARTS GALLERY follows the always unique Lucy (Geraldine Viswanathan), a 20-something art gallery assistant living in New York City, who also happens to be an emotional hoarder. After she gets dumped by her latest boyfriend, Lucy is inspired to create The Broken Heart Gallery, a pop-up space for the items love has left behind. Word of the gallery spreads, encouraging a movement and a fresh start for all the romantics out there, including Lucy herself.
Director: Natalie Krinsky
Cast: Geraldine Viswanathan, Dacre Montgomery, Utkarsh Ambudkar, Molly Gordon, Phillipa Soo, Suki Waterhouse, Sheila McCarthy, Bernadette Peters, Nathan Dales, Ego Nwodim, Megan Ferguson, Nikki Duval, Emma Hunter, Taylor Hill, Randy Choi
Fatman Niter (2020)
Genre: Action, Comedy, Fantasy, Thriller
Release: November 17, 2020
This is far better than some make out and certainly more worthy of attention than it's low average score would suggest. However appropriate the title, I guess it does give the impression that there may be more blood and guts than there is and some may be disappointed in that respect. The direction is certainly uneven and the acting perhaps more so and maybe there could have been less driving about in the dark but I still enjoyed it. There are some standout scenes including two excellent lift sequences and the early scenes down the cave are pretty grim. I thought the crazy DJ was going to irritate but in the end I found his antics quite endearing, especially as we (and he) are anticipating the inevitable. Admittedly the film slows now and again but never for long and the great ending is worth the wait.
Director: Eshom Nelms, Ian Nelms
Cast: Walton Goggins , Mel Gibson , Marianne Jean-Baptiste , Chance Hurstfield , Shaun Benson , Paulino Nunes , Mark Day , Deborah Grover , Michelle Lang , Robert Bockstael , Bill Lake , Michael Dickson , Bill Turnbull , Ekaterina Baker , Mikael Conde
Release: August 21, 2020
Niter Words on Bathroom Walls
Quick banter, wry wit, and the right kind of silly. (Shades of the well done gem, "Psych") It is a perfect blend of Jane Lynch's sardonic style, and Maggie Lawson's superb comedic straight-man skill (wrapped in her effortless beauty). And Kyle Bornheimer brings a his game by making the cool-guy-jock character sensitive, a little clueless, and hilarious. "Angel from Hell" is a funny show with characters I actually care about, and humor that feels organic. If you like "Life in Pieces", "Modern Family", and even Maggie Lawson's long running home, "Psych", then you will appreciate this character driven comedy as the fun, smart, playful comedy that it is.
Director: Thor Freudenthal
Cast: Walton Goggins , AnnaSophia Robb , Andy Garcia , Molly Parker , Devon Bostick , Charlie Plummer , Taylor Russell , Beth Grant , Drew Scheid , Lobo Sebastian , Evan Whitten , Jared Bankens , Cruz Abelita , Aaron Dominguez , Sean Michael Weber
The Nest Niter (2020)
Release: September 18, 2020
Niter The Nest
In the style of too many FOX sit-coms to count (some successful, some not) this one stands out for the fact that it has the same formula (outsider/goofball talking to the camera & giving voice-overs throughout, bumbling side-kicks, token non-threatening black friend and fast-paced editing) but goes to show how bad this formula is when you don't add good actors and writers as part of the variables. Not since "Sons of Tucson" have I seen something so painfully bad from FOX that it makes me wonder whose favor was called in to get this on the air. In sum, this show will be lucky if it outlives the time it takes me to hit "submit" for this article to when it goes live.
Director: Sean Durkin
Cast: Jude Law, Carrie Coon, Oona Roche, Charlie Shotwell, Tanya Allen, Tattiawna Jones, Marcus Cornwall, Michael Culkin, Adeel Akhtar, Annabel Leventon, Peter Hamilton Dyer, Bamshad Abedi-Amin, Oliver Gatz, Christian Jenner, Anne Reid
The Comeback Trail Niter (2020)
Genre: Action, Comedy
Release: November 20, 2020
Niter The Comeback Trail
It's not stupid, it's charming. A bit old-fashioned and corny, yes, but entertaining and amusing and well worth the time! I just saw this for the second time on cable TV and liked it just as much as the first time!
Goodman performs bravely and exquisitely as the good-hearted buffoon who overcomes the stuffiness and snobbishness of a group of bluebloods too good for their own bodily functions.
Director: George Gallo
Cast: Robert De Niro , Morgan Freeman , Emile Hirsch , Tommy Lee Jones , Zach Braff , Patrick Muldoon , Malcolm Barrett , Natalie Burn , Eddie Griffin , Kate Katzman , Vincent Spano , Leslie Stratton , Nick Vallelonga , Michelle Maylene , Julie Lott
Vanguard Niter (2020)
Release: September 30, 2020
One can write in details about a movie when either it impresses him a lot or when it turns out to be a complete disaster and a great waste of time for the viewer. But it's really tough and also uninteresting to write about a movie which simply leaves you midway and generates a confused kind of impact in the end. TURNING 30 is also one of those few new age movies, which though is based on a relevant and important subject but its end result is nothing more than a below average film made on a fine subject.
No doubt the basic idea behind the film looks like influenced by famous western projects such as BRIDGET JONE'S DIARY and SEX & THE CITY. But in order to create a more philosophical cum controversial kind of a film, its writer and the director move far away from the topic, giving way to the same old Bollywood kind of formulas in its second half.
As per the subject and its language, TURNING 30 is strictly meant for the urban audiences and that too only for the multiplexes. But after watching it, even the multiplex viewers may also feel like having seen something confusing because the film never justifies its meaningful title convincingly. It starts off pretty well with debutant director Alankrita Shrivastava focusing on the right things in the right manner. And its initial reels talk about the subject in a more specific way, with all those bold words and straight forwards dialogues. But later on the focus gets disturbed and one loses interest due to the script returning to the same old plots of the heroine penning a book on her personal experiences and finding her own way in the big bad world.
Ideally, TURNING 30 should have been made on the feelings, thought process and inner mindset of women who have reached that stage and how they tend to tackle the situation in their own way. A mix of 3-4 different stories of few distinctive ladies finding their own way to enter the 30s would have been a great script. But the present movie has only few initial moments talking about the basic theme and then the script starts moving into the same old set patterns post interval. And that's where it all falls flat making no impact of any sort on the viewer. As I felt, it should have been an insightful journey into the mind of lady turning 30 but sadly after its promising start, the film remains limited only to the visible physical changes in the body of a girl and never moves into the soul of an aging female mind anywhere in its latter reels.
Moreover, I simply cannot understand that if the directors of such films are so visionary and thoughtful of making a film on such a novel subject then why on earth they go on adding so many songs into it? Do they still believe that a Hindi Film cannot and should not be made without any songs? At the most, TURNING 30 needed only one song and that too, a sad one with some meaningful lyrics talking about dejection or un- acceptance. But strangely the songs do keep coming in at regular intervals which really are quite disturbing in such concept based movies. And here they even don't have any melody in them to calm you down.
Gul Panag as the leading character of the movie is fine and has broken many of her own set rules of the past in terms of boldness. But the writing gives her no support at all and lets her down completely. Purab Kohli is also good but again his role is not a well defined one in absence of any good reasons given for his coming back to Gul so passionately. Ira Dubey has only got a brief role in which she does well and the rest of the cast is strictly OK with everyone filling their parts to their best.
So, as a subject TURNING 30 had a lot to say and reveal but as a film it doesn't provide you enough explanation of its title theme. Still, if you really want to see it for any specific reason then you may watch it, but only after it gets released in the Home Video market.
Director: Stanley Tong
Cast: Jackie Chan, Yang Yang, Miya Muqi, Lun Ai, Dzavád Ramezání, Ruohan Xu, Zhengting Zhu, Desmond Aldridge, Nicole Atalla, Can Aydin, Sayed Badreya, Ilez Badurgov, Brahim Chab, Barret Coates, Keith Dallison
Greenland Niter (2020)
Genre: Action, Thriller
Release: September 25, 2020
Didier-20 I think you have elegantly and eloquently written a review of Dickensian which is complete and absolute b#@%ocks.
(Well done). The show seems to be a reasonably fair (if not reverse) representation of Dickensian times,and actually ethnic minorities are seemingly portrayed in this show as more accepted by general society than historical documents would suggest.
You actually come across as one of those people who just like to be controversial,argumentative or obtuse (or all three) just for the sake of it.
Shush now, stop being a complete Berk.
Director: Ric Roman Waugh
Cast: Gerard Butler, Morena Baccarin, Roger Dale Floyd, Scott Glenn, Randal Gonzalez, Rick Pasqualone, Nicola Lambo, Alan Pietruszewski, Scott Poythress, Claire Bronson, Madison Johnson, Gary Weeks, Tracey Bonner, Merrin Dungey, Brandon Miller
Come Away Niter (2020)
Genre: Adventure, Drama, Fantasy
Release: November 12, 2020
Niter Come Away
Way way back in my childhood years (well okay, maybe not THAT far back!) I remember seeing this movie many times on the late late show. I was attracted to this film originally because I had previously seen THE AMAZING COLOSSAL MAN and ATTACK OF THE FIFTY FOOT WOMAN and I expected something more. When I say the giant of the title was just a little bit taller than the rest of the cast I was disappointed at first but the spell of this movie quickly won me over. I mean, how can you not like a movie that has former B western star Bob Steele as the no-nonsense sheriff of a small mountain town?
Ed Kemmer (EARTH VS THE SPIDER), Morris Ankrum (INVADERS FROM MARS among many others) and Sally Fraser (WAR OF THE COLOSSAL BEAST) are searching a mountain area with the foreboding name of Devil's Crag in the hopes of finding proof that a legendary renegade Conquistador named Vargas really did exist ("A man of unusual size and strength . . .a depraved degenerate of a man."). To their amazement they discover that he still does exist after some 400 years. Preserved by chemicals in the soil (so Morris informs us) he is revived by a bolt of lightning. Vargas (Buddy Baer, brother of prizefighter Max Baer and uncle of Max "Jethro Bodine" Baer Jr.) is no gentle giant though. At first he just slaughters cattle but then he graduates to people! His attack on mountain girl Joline Brand hints that a brutal sexual assault preceded her murder and he leaves local "crazy guy" Indian Joe hanging from a hook! The scientists join the sheriff and his posse to hunt down and destroy the giant but either he is too tough to be brought down by bullets or that is one really good suit of armour he is wearing. So can the mountain folk win out over the rampaging giant? Well luckily this film is now on DVD so you can find out without having to stay up until 2 in the morning like I did when I was a kid.
The makeup for Buddy Baer was done by Jack Pierce, who created such memorable scary faces as the Frankenstein Monster, I'm-Ho-Tep, Kharis and the Wolfman. It was directed by Richard Cunha who gave us 3 other memorable late night classics: MISSILE TO THE MOON, SHE DEMONS and the unforgettable FRANKENSTEIN'S DAUGHTER.
Director: Brenda Chapman
Cast: Gugu Mbatha-Raw , Carter Thomas , Ava Fillery , Jonathan Garcia , Keira Chansa , Jordan A. Nash , Reece Yates , Jenny Galloway , Anna Chancellor , Michael Caine , Savannah Read , Keith Chanter , Ned Dennehy , Harry Paul Newman , Oliver Frank Newman
Freaky Niter (2020)
Genre: Comedy, Horror, Thriller
Release: November 13, 2020
First of all, I didn't actually sit through the entire film. This is mainly because I sat down very excited about seeing a movie version, as I absolutely love the novel. However, it seemed to me that they were changing the entire story and for no reason. (You know how there are logical changes made whenever filmmakers translate a book into a movie? The changes made to The Robber Bride made absolutely no sense.) Having realized just how much they changed it about 45 minutes into the film, I then turned it off. I think that it might be a good film if you watch it without reading the novel, because it seems to play with interesting elements and they've put in this whole mystery/crime-solving storyline. Since I didn't see the movie all the way through, I don't want to condemn it outright. Also, the acting was good. I just think the book was so excellent and the changes detract from what the book, to me, was expressing.
Director: Christopher Landon
Cast: Kathryn Newton , Vince Vaughn , Alan Ruck , Katie Finneran , Mitchell Hoog , Uriah Shelton , Misha Osherovich , Melissa Collazo , Kelly Lamor Wilson , Hannah Russell , Dana Drori , Celeste O'Connor , Charles Green , Patti Schellhaas , Deja Dee
The New Mutants Niter (2020)
Genre: Action, Horror, Sci-Fi
Release: August 28, 2020
Niter The New Mutants
Though mainly remembered for its protagonist being beaten up in almost every episode, this series sported taut, architecturally satisfying little mysteries (albeit with cardboard characters), without the obscure clues and red herrings that make "Murder She Wrote" so annoying.
Director: Josh Boone
Cast: Maisie Williams, Anya Taylor-Joy, Charlie Heaton, Alice Braga, Blu Hunt, Henry Zaga, Adam Beach, Thomas Kee, Colbi Gannett, Happy Anderson, Dustin Ceithamer, Jacinto Vega SpiritWolf, Chuck, Marilyn Manson
Genre: Adventure, Comedy, Music, Sci-Fi
Release: August 28, 2020
Niter Bill & Ted Face the Music
Although I vaguely remember this from the 90s,I saw this show properly for the first time the other day (bought Series 1 DVD). Essentially it depicts the lives of 2 divorcees trying to start a new romance together, despite constant distractions from his ex-wife + her teenage children.
Although the humour is feeble, obsolete even,the show is nonetheless quite substantial simply for 2 reasons:-
1) The actors - 2point4 Children's Belinda Lang plays the ex-wife, and the (back then) really cute Julia Sawalha,of Absolutely Fabulous and Press Gang fame,plays the teenage daughter.
2) The archetypal early 90s British setting; the show is a nostalgic trip into the modest mums, baggy/black-clad teens and horrendous suburban wallpapers of the day!
Second rate by all means; while the BBC had all the essential comedy classics, perhaps ITV intended to spare a weekly slot for such mediocrity. That said, I will give it 6/10 simply for the established actors and the kitsch-yet-classy early 90s cultural setting.
Director: Dean Parisot
Cast: Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter, Kristen Schaal, Samara Weaving, Brigette Lundy-Paine, William Sadler, Anthony Carrigan, Erinn Hayes, Jayma Mays, Hal Landon Jr., Beck Bennett, Kid Cudi, Amy Stoch, Holland Taylor, Jillian Bell
Genre: Family, Fantasy, Musical
Release: November 13, 2020
Niter Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey
Although this movie might in some respects be considered politically incorrect today, it is quite funny in the context of the era in which it was written - some 30 years ago. Compared to a number of more recent movies coming out of Jamaica, the acting and directing are certainly of better quality. This alone is amazing, given the advances that have been made in film-making since the time Smile Orange was made.
Certainly, for anyone who is Jamaican, grew up or lived in Jamaica, visited Jamaica or interacted with Jamaicans in any way, the humour of this movie is hard to miss. At the same time, there were a few continuity problems and, in some respects, the film comes across as being somewhat amateur. However, it is quite nostalgic for people over a 'certain age' and overall is fairly humorous, which I think, was the intention. I'd love to see a remake!
Director: David E. Talbert
Cast: Forest Whitaker , Keegan-Michael Key , Hugh Bonneville , Anika Noni Rose , Madalen Mills , Phylicia Rashad , Ricky Martin , Justin Cornwell , Sharon Rose , Lisa Davina Phillip , Kieron L. Dyer , Miles Barrow , Diaana Babnicova , Abraham Popoola , Gabriel Constantin
Horizon Line Niter (2020)
Release: November 6, 2020
Niter Horizon Line
This is what I call one of my "guilty pleasure" movies. It's not a particularly well-made movie, and it is, admittedly, somewhat dated, but for some reason I never tire of watching it, and it still makes me laugh every time. I'm sure this makes me a geek (and some, I'm sure, will argue a geek with a poor sense of humor), but I think this film is hilarious. I've easily seen it 300+ times and have the whole thing memorized, and I still laugh at it. I love sophisticated comedy, old classics, art-house films, epics, and blockbusters as much as the next guy; but when I just need pure mindless entertainment or a good laugh, I pull out this film, and it always does the trick. Scavenger Hunt has a talented cast of famous names from the seventies, including Richard Benjamin, Richard Mulligan, Cloris Leachman, Tony Randall, Roddy McDowall, James Coco, Cleavon Little, Willie Aames, and Dirk Benedict plus cameos from such names as Vincent Price, Avery Schreiber, Scatman Crothers, Ruth Gordon, Liz Torres, Meat Loaf, and Arnold Schwartzenegger. Richard Mulligan, Avery Schreiber, and Stephanie Faracy play my favorite characters (actually I enjoy the whole servant team, which includes Faracy, McDowall, Little, and Coco). I remember seeing this movie as a kid, and I thought it was so funny (and maybe that's why I like it so much, because it reminds me of my innocent days of youth). I realize this flick isn't for everyone, but I find it humorous and entertaining, and it's clean. Some of the characters are overly broad, some of the humor is stupid, and some situations are simply unbelievable, but if you just go into this movie knowing that it's far-fetched comedy for comedy's sake and understand that it isn't taking itself seriously, you can still have a good time. I know I have.
Director: Mikael Marcimain
Cast: Alexander Dreymon , Allison Williams , Keith David , Pearl Mackie , Jumayn Hunter , Amanda Khan , Lamin Tamba , Orlaith Doherty , Francois Groenewald , Marc Redmond , Danny Bhowaneedin , Dennis Gregory , Privilege Magezi , Daniel O'Neil , Kate Shepard
Let Him Go Niter (2020)
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Release: November 6, 2020
Niter Let Him Go
A retired sheriff and his wife, grieving over the death of their son, set out to find their only grandson.
Director: Thomas Bezucha
Cast: Diane Lane , Kevin Costner , Lesley Manville , Kayli Carter , Booboo Stewart , Jeffrey Donovan , Will Brittain , Ryan Bruce , Adam Stafford , Bradley Stryker , Tayden Marks , Caillou Pettis , Connor Mackay , Greg Lawson , Aidan Moreno
True to the Game 2 Niter (2020)
Release: November 6, 2020
Niter True to the Game 2
The third film adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's short story "The Colour Out of Space," this low budget ($100,000) flick from Italy is decent for the money. Set during WWII, it focuses on farmer Pietro (Michael Segal), who lives on the farm with his wife Lucia (Debbie Rochon) and her mute sister Alice (Marysia Kay). One day strange lights emerge from their well and the water it provides turns into some kind of healing elixir. The vegetables grow to massive sizes and Pietro's bad knee that kept him out of the service heals up (bummer). But Lucia starts to slowly go mad and turns into a hideous Linda Blair looking mofo.
Director Ivan Zuccon made some waves with his low budget Lovecraft anthology THE SHUNNED HOUSE (2003) and this continues to deliver on that promise. The film has oodles of style, even if it is shot on high end Beta, which makes it looks kind of like a soap opera. He's still not totally there as a director (he seems to have fallen in love with using digital embellishments like bad looking computer fog), but I still think the guy has plenty of talent and is one to watch. Just ditch the video, son. Also, how can you not love a film where characters named Luigi and Giovanni are played by English and Irish actors?
Director: Jamal Hill
Cast: Vivica A. Fox , Andra Fuller , Rotimi , Erica Peeples , Jeremy Meeks , Niatia 'Lil Mama' Kirkland , Faith Evans , Darius McCrary , Starletta DuPois , Tamar Braxton , Iyana Halley , Lisa Renee Pitts , Christian James , Jamaar Simon , Kevin Sizemore
Unhinged Niter (2020)
Release: August 21, 2020
The action of "Midnight Cabaret" takes place in New York.A beautiful actress(Laura Harrington)becomes the suspect in the series of murders of her fellow co-workers.The police inspector(Bruce Wright)finds a Satanic cult who wants to get the actress pregnant with the Antichrist child.Pretty stylish but slightly unremarkable clone of "Rosemary's Baby" set in Grand Guignol theatre.I expected more suspense and gore,however "Midnight Cabaret" is relatively bloodless.Some set-pieces are beautiful to look at,though.No nudity and sleaze,so fans of more exploitative horror movies will be disappointed.Still I liked "Midnight Cabaret" for what it's.6 out of 10.
Director: Derrick Borte
Cast: Russell Crowe, Caren Pistorius, Jimmi Simpson, Gabriel Bateman, Anne Leighton, Lucy Faust, Austin P. McKenzie, Michael Papajohn, Sylvia Grace Crim, Stephen Louis Grush, Brett Smrz, Juliene Joyner, Devyn A. Tyler, Gregory Hobson, Michael Randall
Jungleland Niter (2020)
Release: November 6, 2020
This is another example of a film – or, in its case, a documentary – which was much lauded by critics once upon a time but which, when viewed today, does not come across as particularly outstanding (if eliciting occasional excitement throughout from the mainly dimly-lit barrage of various types of artillery). I mean this criticism towards it exclusively as a cinematic product, of course, since the events depicted – the Allies' defeat of Field Marshall Erwin Rommel's previously invincible North Africa campaign in 1942 – constitute one of the most decisive turning points of WWII. The fact that it was all captured live by respected British film people (albeit uncredited!) is all the more remarkable when considering that several cameramen were killed, wounded or imprisoned by the enemy during its shooting, as the opening text duly informs us; interestingly, then, the scenes showing Rommel himself and, briefly, Adolf Hitler was 'supplied' via confiscated footage in possession of German P.O.W.s! Many such 'classic' efforts were released during the course of the 6 year-long (1939-45) global conflict by notable British and American film directors, a good number of which I own and have watched in the past, while a few more will be included among my initial spate of 2014 viewings.
For the record, the print I watched of DESERT VICTORY had a 10-minute newsreel – FILM BULLETIN NO. 45: U.S. ATTACKS IN THE ALEUTIANS – appended to it, revolving around battles in the Pacific that were also officially 'reported' by John Huston. Incidentally, the latter competed with the film under review for Best Documentary Feature at the Oscars, but the British effort emerged victorious; besides, co-director Boulting made BURMA VICTORY (1946) in a similar vein.
Director: Max Winkler
Cast: Charlie Hunnam , Jack O'Connell , Naheem Garcia , Fran Kranz , Patrick M. Walsh , Jonathan Majors , Jessica Barden , Katie Duncan , Meredith Holzman , Nick Mullen , Owen Burke , Johnno Wilson , Robert Otis , Jere Shea , Margaret Devine
Saint Maud Niter (2020)
Genre: Drama, Horror, Mystery
Release: November 20, 2020
Niter Saint Maud
it's hard to say what's worse, the casting of Jenny Lopez in the lead or the terrible script. jenny? seriously? This show desperately wants to be The Shield, but instead of developing characters and a story over a season, Jenny and Ray break world records for most crimes committed by TV police officers in a single episode.
Lets recap the first episode: 1. 3 minutes in Jenny fakes a crime scene to make a bad shoot look good (her partner thinks an xbox controller looks like a gun and so shoots someone dead. sure why not. sounds plausible)
2. After 9 minutes in Jenny and her cop buddies share cash they have shaken down/stolen from other bad guys (just in case you didn't realise this is a show about corrupt cops at the 3 minute mark)
3. After 20 minutes in Ray makes deal with drug dealer, then beats him up. Vic Mackey policing chapter 1.
4. After 22 minutes Jenny tries to shakedown a bookie for cash. Oops, too bad he's under cover FBI. busted. worst corrupt cop ever. Couldn't even last 23 minutes.
5. After 30 minutes in Ray and Jenny run down a suspect with their car. He gets up and starts running....but 48 year old Jenny manages to run faster in heels and tackles him for the arrest. Girl Power!
6. After 33 minutes Jenny deliberately crashes her car - to cover up a lie she told earlier about the car being in a crash. Unfortunately she survives.
7. After 34 minutes, Ray drinks and drives on the job. Because being a corrupt cop isn't enough of a cliché. he has to be an alcoholic too.
8. After 36 minutes Ray hands over one bad guy to other bad guys to kill him. Vic Mackey policing chapter 2.
This show has no originality and zero potential. Stay away.
Director: Rose Glass
Cast: Morfydd Clark , Jennifer Ehle , Lily Knight , Lily Frazer , Turlough Convery , Rosie Sansom , Marcus Hutton , Carl Prekopp , Noa Bodner , Takatsuna Mukai , Jel Djelal , Joanna Richardson , Jonathan Milshaw , Fiona Thompson , Sona Vyas
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