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A great cult classic in the "new wave" genre. This movie will keep your heart full as you remember the spirit of your teenage years. Nicholas Cage was still Nicholas Coppola and in one of his 1st breakout roles. He plays a New Wave Rebel in love with the "it" girl from the Valley.. Like for sure! She can't decide what she needs to do, listen to her friends or go with her heart? Grab your friends, popcorn and enjoy a great soundtrack with non-stop laughs and a totally, tubular good time.
Made in 1932, before Hollywood's Production Code enforced much stricter censorship that would last until the sixties, 'Trouble in Paradise' is a wonderfully sly romp full of saucy innuendo and lovable rogues. Herbert Marshall and Miriam Hopkins are outstanding as two terribly, terribly witty thieves, but Kay Francis is more than a match for them both as the convention-flaunting perfume mogul hoping to make Marshall her new boytoy. Director Ernst Lubitsch directs with his famous "Lubitsch Touch", his unique European je ne sais quois that is suggestive without being crass -- by merely casting a shadow onto a bed or perfectly timing the sound of a door locking, he is able to say sophisticated things that American audiences at the time would have otherwise found distasteful. Edward Everett Horton and Charlie Ruggles add hilarious support as two bumbling suitors trying to catch Francis's eye.
He might be pushing 60 years old, but that's not stopping Tom Cruise from doing even more insane, death-defying stunts for the public's entertainment. Jumping out a plane at 20,000 feet, climbing up a rope outside a helicopter in flight, piloting said helicopter, breaking his ankle jumping from the London rooftops. Cruise shows no sign of slowing down in the sixth Mission: Impossible movie, but it's the direction from Christopher McQuarrie that really gets the blood pumping and the heart racing. Clocking in at almost two and a half hours, Mission: Impossible - Fallout is constantly pushing the gas pedal down harder. Kinetically moving from set piece to set piece, the audience hardly gets a chance to breathe. And the intensity keeps building until the heart-stopping final act. The plot may be a little convoluted and hard to follow at times, but when the action is this good, it hardly matters. Rebecca Ferguson, Simon Pegg, and Ving Rhames all make welcome returns to the franchise, and Henry Cavill is a formidable foil opposite Tom Cruise. There's no word yet on whether this is the final Mission: Impossible film, but if it is, then the franchise has gone out on its highest note yet. Fallout is the best action movie to come out since Mad Max: Fury Road, and it is not to be missed. And if my gushing hasn't convinced you yet, Henry Cavill's mustache is worth the price of admission alone. Trust me.
Artist Henry Hart returns to his hometown, Big Eden, Montana, after receiving a call that his grandfather has suffered from a stroke. This is a sad beginning to what is, ultimately, one of the loveliest stories of family, friendship, and love I have ever had the pleasure of watching. At first, Hart is unhappy to set foot back in the same town that a former point of his affections has also returned to. Although Hart's sexuality is made explicit, this is a gay romance film that never suffers from specific and awful typical tropes that one often finds in queer media. I kept waiting to see one of the main gay characters suffer a tragic death, or witness Hart get run out of his former home by what appears to be almost an entirely Christian town. The incredible message of this film is not necessarily one of acceptance - but perhaps that in a world where acceptance exists unconditionally, love is nothing to fear. The film is backed by an incredible cast of characters, each as interesting and lovable as the last, and is set against the quaintness of a small town near the mountains. Big Eden is a place I'd love to visit and never leave.
If you are looking for a happy story about a teenage girl finding herself as she navigates the wacky twists and turns of high school, this show is not for you. However, if you are looking to delve into the life of a girl who has fallen from social grace and now has to fight her way through the battlefield of teen angst, all while trying to solve her best friend's murder (and any other cases she may catch along the way), then Veronica Mars is the show for you. With a quick wit, a fully charged taser, and the skills she has picked up from her sheriff turned private eye father, Veronica will show you that you can always fight for the truth and what is right, no matter what obstacles may stand in your way.
I read the book by Andre Aciman after watching the movie for the first time, and where the book is an intensely intimate examination of the protagonist's, Elio's, inner dialogue and feelings toward Oliver, the movie is an equally intimate examination of Elio and Oliver's interactions and chemistry together. Shot on location in southern Italy, the cinematography and backdrop for this summer love story is genuinely stunning, and the acting from its leads, Timothee Chalamet and Armie Hammer is captivating yet subtle and nuanced. More than just a love story, though, this movie is a coming-of-age, as well as a beautiful portrayal of family life with Michael Stuhlbarg carefully but naturally crafting one of the most inspiring father figures I've seen in many years. I can't recommend this film enough. I believe it is important for the world to see.
THE MAZE (1953) was part of the 1950s 3-D craze. Directed by William Cameron Menzies, production designer for GONE WITH THE WIND and director of INVADERS FROM MARS brings his sharp eye for composition and detail to create a moody, atmospheric Gothic tale that plays well in either 2-D or 3-D. The reconstructed stereophonic soundtrack for this restoration is spectacular. The climax often has audience members laughing but not one second sooner in this engrossing mystery/chiller.
This release of Jaws is really amazing, having seen the movie a number of times, I was amazed at how great the restoration is. Given the age of the movie, the new transfer is beautiful. The bonus features should satisfy any Jaws fan. The documentaries are informative and contain interviews with a number of cast and crew. Highly recommended.
The Rover opens with Guy Pearce's character enjoying a drink at a remote bar in the desert. Just outside, three men steal his vehicle, the titular Rover. The rest of the movie follows Pearce and his efforts to try and reclaim his car. Pearce, with the aid of Pattinson, pursues the men with a curious determination. In a bleak, post-apocalyptic world where society has crumbled and humans have turned against each other, of what importance is Pearce's rover? The answer to that question drives the film and makes for a sobering and surprisingly touching final shot. With fine performances by both Pearce and Pattinson and a unique and restrained take on the post-apocalyptic genre, The Rover is an impactful film devoted to realism and filled with thematic richness.
Weekend at Bernie's was a hilarious movie from 1989, rated pg-13 so not for little kids. If you are a fan of quirky fun comedies from the mid-80s put this on your list you won't be disappointed. Also fun fact, the Bernie is now a popular dance move currently in 2018 check out the YouTube videos of the dance after you watch the movie of course. Bernie aka "Terry Kiser" is a unique character all by himself but the other two "Andrew McCarthy" and "Jonathan Silverman" are also a great team in Weekend at Bernie's check it out. I think you will love it!
As the second part of the Universal Century trilogy, Zeta Gundam follows another young pilot by the name of Kamille Bidan as the Earth Federation struggles to grow after the defeat of Zeon. It is not, however, before both space and Earth are plunged into conflict again. This series still has the most beautiful artwork out of the Gundam franchise and is considered to be one of the most tragic stories in its library. Definitely not a story for the faint of heart.
Fans of Mad Men will want to see this horror film co-starring Emma Roberts and Kiernan Shipka, who played Sally Draper on that show. Shipka plays Kat, a student at a Catholic boarding school who is stranded there during winter break with a classmate. Something odd is happening with Kat, who appears to be alternately haunted or psychic as the film unfolds. At the same time, a young woman in her 20s, Joan (Roberts), is on her way to the school after breaking out of a mental hospital. How their stories intersect isn't the hardest twist to figure out, but it is a good twist, and Kiernan Shipka's performance is breathtaking.
My favorite movie of 2017. I've become a big fan of Taylor Sheridan's screenwriting, having immensely enjoyed this movie, Sicario and Hell or High Water. I appreciate the gritty adult tone of his films, as opposed to the snarky, lightweight superhero movies that current audiences prefer, especially since this film happens to star Hawkeye and Scarlet Witch from the Marvel movies. Sheridan as a director is lacking slightly, however. His tight framing, constant handheld camera and quick edits give the film a made-for-cable feel as opposed to something truly cinematic. But it's a small price to pay for some seriously suspenseful crime storytelling. I look forward to his writing of Sicario 2: Soldado.
If you're looking for an adorable romp with '90s Brendan Fraser, look no further! Blast from the Past explores the age-old question: can you find love in the big city after spending all of your life in a fallout shelter? Watch as Fraser woos the cynical Eve (played by Alicia Silverstone). Delight in the zany antics of his parents as they struggle to accept life in the late '90s after living in a time capsule from 1962. Enjoy old-timey charm and a snazzy swing dance number. You won't be disappointed!
While the plot is fairly paint-by-numbers as spy films go, this is an entertaining popcorn movie with great performances by its cast, with some excellent fight choreography. 'Eggsy' is a fresh take on the Bond-like protagonist, while Colin Firth shines as his mentor. A great film with lots of laughs and plenty of exciting action.
Bradley (Vince Vaughn) is an ex-boxer and ex-convict who works as a driver for drug dealers in order to support his family. When a deal goes wrong, thanks to the partners forced on him, Bradley finds himself headed back to prison. When he learns that the drug lord who was responsible - and who is threatening his wife - is imprisoned in another institution, Bradley works to get himself transferred. One heck of a revenge tale, not for the squeamish or those looking for a good time movie. Vaughn is great as the powerful but almost zen-like Bradley. Look for Miami Vice star Don Johnson as a deeply bad prison warden.
Quirky and heartwarming, this tale of starting over brings together two unlikely trios: a recently separated forty-year-old mother and her two young daughters, and three filmmakers in their twenties desperate to make their mark. Through twists, turns and sometimes brutal truths, these unlikely housemates show that family isn't about blood relation and, no matter how scary or daunting it is, starting over can show just how strong you really are. Witty and sincere, Home Again leaves a smile on your face and your heart open to new possibilities.
The Breadwinner is a beautifully animated tale about a courageous young girl named Parvana living in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan. The story begins with Parvana and her father selling some of their prized family possessions in the marketplace of Kabul. Parvana's father is arrested when illegal books are found in their home. This leaves their small family in an impossible situation, as women are not allowed to go outside without a man. In order to provide for her family, Parvana cuts her hair short, dons boys clothes and tries to get her father out of prison. The Breadwinner alternates between two different animation styles for the parallel stories it tells. The first is of Parvana's realistic and unforgiving Afghanistan, the other is of a more childlike and blocky style where she tells a story to her little brother. The characters themselves are rich as well, from a passionate and angry Taliban recruit, to the older sister's pout and her mother's sorrow. The Breadwinner is a heartwarming tale that will appeal to children as well as adults.
Westworld is a series set in a Wild West fantasy park filled with android "hosts" running on artificial intelligence. Guests can interact with the hosts and forge their own stories within the park. However, some of the hosts start to deviate from their programmed scripts, causing trouble. Westworld is a show you need to watch twice to catch everything. Non-linear stories and plot twists keep you on your toes while you are trying to piece together the multiple story lines. The show brings into question human nature and what makes us truly human.
An endlessly re-watchable classic. Lerner and Loewe's boisterous music drives the story of Eliza Doolittle's (Audrey Hepburn) ascendance through Edwardian London's social class under the tutelage of the indomitable Professor Henry Higgins (Rex Harrison). Cecil Beaton's costume design is worth the watch in and of itself! The opening day of the Ascot races and Ambassadors Ball are chock-full of unique and humorous designs which all support the atmosphere in which Eliza must try to survive. Keep an eye out for Freddy Eynsford-Hill (played by a young and dashing Jeremy Brett) serenading Miss Doolittle. And her father, Alfred P. Doolittle (Stanley Holloway) steals each scene into which he strides. Don't miss your chance to get a copy for your library today and enjoy a timeless classic!