Starring the cute Jennifer Garner as Kathryn a medicated mother and wife who decides to cope with her problems by getting away to a California camp with friends turns crazy as each episode becomes more and more complex. Fun to watch is the blunt performance of Juliette Lewis as Jandice as a free spirited over sexed attractive lady who's a trip outdoors. Overall okay fun comedy series that's adult and different.
First story involves Black as a shy and sheltered college professor named Juile who's seduced and given a date rape like treatment from one of her students. Only the table turns as this is a serial like revenge woman who preys on her students, as turn about is fair play.
Second is a tale of polar opposites and it's like split personalities as Millicent and Therese is the tale of two sisters who are so different and unlike yet the tale twist and surprises as both are destroyed from hate!
Finally in Amelia a lonely and insecure woman with mother and relationship issues finds and tries to get some entertainment with a tribal fetish Zuni doll, only she's in for plenty more than she expected. The ending is a facial snapshot moment. Overall well done try for suspense and fright for it's mid 70's time.
The story is simple a group of Michigan college kids travel to the rural Tennessee woods to stay inside a wooded cabin to do the usual of partying and have sex, however the discovery of an old cryptic like book and audio tapes change the game plan! It turns out this is now a demon party of possession as evil spirits invade the woods and enter the cabin.
Most of the scenes are gore and wicked with blood and just downright scary! As the dead are trying to overtake the living one by one as their rotten souls now inhabit each and every body in the cabin and along the woods. Overall a cult horror classic one of the best ever made with plenty of blood, gore, guts, and horror fun.
Shown are Freddie's humble start and how he leaves his family to go after his dreams and for a short time he had a female love in Mary Austin, however Mercury struggled with inner conflict as he was a bisexual man who battled his own demons. Along the way the inner conflict and fame with ego and other pressures had Freddie at one period being solo, all before returning to "Queen".
The film is well done and acted as Rami Malek is in top form as Freddie and the music and concert scenes of tours bring back memories of the famous "Queen" songs as the movie shows right up till the Live Aid concert in 1985, and it shows Mercury dealing with AIDS before his 1991 death. Overall some might have said his nature was dark and complex still he and the "Queen" band are lifelong champions!
Set in L.A. in the mid 90's it follows the troubled life of a young teen boy Stevie(Sunny Suljic) who's from a broken single parent home as daddy is not around. And his older brother(played tough by Lucas Hedges) is abusive and cruel to him. Plus Stevie doesn't fit in at school he's not popular it's like life is dull and boring. He just plays video games.
That changes when he joins a diverse group of teens and his life now revolves around hanging out at a skate shop. and yes Stevie takes up the hobby of skateboarding! It's fun to see him fall, yet get back up just as Stevie has done all thru his life. Now change begins he learns plenty about life, culture, race, and how to accept and try new things. As Stevie smokes and tries alcohol for the first time and yes has sex and loses his virginity!
Overall well done film of coming to terms and learning life with new friends and new things are discovered as it's important for Stevie to be accepted just like many of us remember it was important for all of us to be well liked too.
The footage is heart pounding and tense even palm numbing as you see Alex work his way up the monster of a rock wall. Yet you the viewer see the determination, and will power and work ethic which show that all can be conquered. It was really good to see a man reach the heights of glory, while defeating the dangers of slip and fall or injury and most important beating death.
Also you can see the themes of greed and old style action in the form of gun fights and blood being shed. Overall may not be the greatest western still it entertains with a blend and hybrid mix of drama and comedy all while trying to discover an old fashion gold rush find.
Also Forrest was involved in many escapes from prison as the big house could not keep him down! All of this going on and up thru the man's 70's now the old man could still rob and get around! Overall clever and charming crime drama with wit and grace from a screen legend is worth a watch and see for any film buff.
Still the film is of inner mystery and life showing the cost and risk of space travel as it takes power, will, and determination to orbit a dangerous mission. Many scenes are intense and a struggle still the film is a journey of passion and desire. As the landing on the moon is the accomplishment and you the viewer feel some of the same joy that the central character feels after the landing which is a true accomplishment.
Bridges's character shines as an apparent ex father of faith and Cynthia Erivo lights it up as 1960's lounge singer Darlene as her voice has her ready for stardom. Dakota Johnson and Cailee Spaeny are two mixed messed up sisters Emily and Ruth with messed up past.
Thru it all the film has plenty of drama, suspense, secrets revealed, guns, blood, action, fights, people tied up and gagged now you name it, really this is some wild wicked crazy stuff to expect when strangers get together!
Set in L.A. beauty Leigh Michaels(Lauren Hutton) moves into a high rise high class apartment building and all of a sudden strange phone calls start and gifts and notes arrive at her door. Plus she's viewed thru a telescope across the building by a peeping Tom type! As her most private and intimate moments are captured. It's a fight and journey to uncover the mystery and find the identity of her stalker. Overall good suspense thriller film also look for a good turn from Adrienne Barbeau.
Jackson Maine(Bradley Cooper) is a hard living and hard whiskey drinking western rock singer who lives it up entertaining crowd after crowd. Jackson is a man who's got plenty of personal demons besides the bottle as his family friction with only brother Bobby(the great Sam Elliott) weighs on his heart heavy. Things change when Ally(Lady Gaga) captures his heart along the way the two get to know each other in an intimate way as passion becomes love.
Still the love is not without struggle and heartache as Ally becomes famous and well known while Jackson's music and personal life both take a downward path with alcoholism as he just can't escape his own dark shadows. It's like you as the viewer could see the tragedy coming all along.
Overall entertaining film with fine and beautiful music and the on screen chemistry between Bradley and Gaga is in top notch form, as clearly this is one love drama to see that showcases the rise of fame and stardom, also while showing a grim personal downfall.
First spotlighted is the surprise upset election of "Donald J. Trump" as president, as it's clear that Mrs. Clinton and the democrats blew it because they are yes men! As Moore hints the party needs to be more progressive, and interesting is how Moore highlights Trump's background as a business man and TV star and ties to network media men that helped him launch a presidential run. And comparisons are even given to "Hitler" as it's clear he feels Donald could be an evil ruler.
Also spotlighted is the ever on going poverty of Flint, Michigan and the water crisis that was toxic on the city as it's a never win situation for that city. Also gun violence in schools is highlighted, and showcased is the teachers strike in West Virginia. Interviewed are new coming of age democratic progressive candidates who are trying to change the party.
Overall really top notch work from Moore as he tries to awaken anger and rise up notice that we shouldn't like what's going on in our world, as it's a loud call for change to look at the dislike of money in politics, and the electoral college that needs to be changed, and Moore even give stats and data that proves America is more to the left. Overall it's a display of Moore's message being like a hero as wake up everyone as what's going on in our world affects us all.
Set in the muggy and hot humid swamps and lakes of Louisiana it involves a monster moss like hero named "Swamp Thing", though he may look like a scary monster this hero is out to avenge his being burnt by chemicals. And along the way "Swamp Thing" helps those who need it as it's clear he's the ruler of the "Swamps". Overall well done action hero series that had drama and suspense as it was a great take on a creature anti hero type.