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Latest TV Releases
The Empty Man Afdah (2020)
Genre: Crime, Drama, Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Release: October 23, 2020
Afdah The Empty Man
Mod Squad epitomizes the idea of fun and fantasy prevalent in the campiest era in television history. Three young adult delinquents transformed into undercover police officers with no guns, unlimited authority to self assign criminal cases and access to the latest and trendiest fashions, cars and accessories unattainable to your average, run-of-the-mill entry-level law enforcement we assume are not "on the take".
As a casual fan during its initial run Mod Squad fit into my tastes for the likes of Batman, Star Trek and others brought to us for the first time in "LIVING COLOR". So we made fun at its attempts to dramatize "hipness" in its "Spelling-est" of hilarity. Julie getting smashed in the face endless times while mostly helpless and unusually understanding during her roughest tribulations while awaiting Linc and Pete to ride in and save the day in a spectacular hand to hand combat and no weapons.
Still its a joy to watch currently and a mellowed appreciation for these type of shows has grown into genuine affection for television of this vintage. Though it may not be realistic it does have a certain patina of coolness the older it gets.
Director: David Prior
Cast: James Badge Dale , Stephen Root , Joel Courtney , Marin Ireland , Rasneet Kaur , Aaron Poole , Robert Aramayo , Samantha Logan , Evan Jonigkeit , Adam Ferguson , Robert Coutts , Robert Lee Davis , Connor Dowds , Jessica Matten , Ron Canada
Release: October 16, 2020
Afdah Six Minutes to Midnight
With the Marines at Tarawa (1944)
*** (out of 4)
Richard Brooks and Louis Hayward co-directed this WWII short that shows us the battle at Tarawa where less than a thousand American soldiers were killed battling the Japanese. If you watch these old WWII films you'll be struck by how brutally honest they are. These films were made to show people back in the States what was going on in the war and a lot of times these shorts were made to build up support for our troops. There were some films that were deemed too controversial to release including some by the great John Huston. This one here certainly isn't a masterpiece but at the same time it's pretty remarkable that you get to see so much of the battle footage and of course the harsh realities of the aftermath. The film was shot in color, which also helped bring the realism to life. This here certainly won't appeal to everyone but history buffs should be entertained by the footage.
Director: Andy Goddard
Cast: Judi Dench , James D'Arcy , Jim Broadbent , Eddie Izzard , Carla Juri , David Schofield , Nigel Lindsay , Kevin Eldon , Rupert Holliday-Evans , Maria Dragus , Celyn Jones , Richard Elfyn , Tijan Marei , Franziska Brandmeier , Bianca Nawrath
2 Hearts Afdah (2020)
Genre: Drama, Romance
Release: October 16, 2020
Afdah 2 Hearts
Well, I can see that this movie really didn't get the best reviews, which surprised me as it is one of my favorite movies ever.
I thought back on it while posting my 9 out of 10 review and I can see how others might not enjoy this style of humor, as it does take getting used to and not everyone gets that chance because the movie is rarely played.
If you are a Gene Wilder fan, a Marty Feldman fan, a Madeline Kahn (sp?) fan, or a fan of sherlock holmes, then this movie is for you. Yes, it's a bit dry in places, and yes it can be a bit flighty, but if you can stick it out and just turn off the logical part of your mind for a bit and go along with the wild ride, I think that in the end, you'll buy a ticket and ask to go on the ride again.
The singing numbers, the wild looks of Kahn, Wilder and of course my buggy eyed friend, Feldman, help to make this movie quirky and humorous at the same time. The dark London (I think it's in London) streets and the perpetual night helps to make this a very fun period piece with humor at every step.
For someone such as myself who does enjoy a good Sherlock Holmes story, I truly loved the way that our main character (Wilder) is constantly getting things so way off. Such as when he thinks he is describing the person on the other side of the door based on the clues he has and then he is so way off that it's hilarious.
See this movie, and if you need to watch it again to fully enjoy it, give it about a week and then see it again. It's worth the multiple viewings.
Director: Lance Hool
Cast: Jacob Elordi , Radha Mitchell , Steve Bacic , Adan Canto , Tiera Skovbye , Kari Matchett , Tahmoh Penikett , Neil Webb , Stefania Indelicato , Jordan Burtchett , Carolyn Adair , Anthony Konechny , Corey Woods , Georgia Bradner , Malcolm Stewart
On the Rocks Afdah (2020)
Genre: Adventure, Comedy, Drama
Release: October 23, 2020
Afdah On the Rocks
*general sort-of spoilers throughout* I wasn't hoping for much with this series, but I was expecting something like a teenager-filled legend of the seeker kind of thing with a bigger budget. This was just...no. I haven't read the books so I can't comment on their relation to the show. However, I can say that they weren't good at all. The first two episodes had terrible pacing; at first nothing was happening and then halfway into episode 2, 2 major characters are revealed without any breathing room or reaction time from the main characters. I'd heard the visuals were good, so i was at least looking forward to that. The location scout did a good job and the cgi artists did more or less OK with what they had (for a TV show) but the whole production design is pretty awful. I'm not sure what they're going for with the elves design-wise but there's a complete lack of any sort of motifs, color scheme, etc, that unifies them and makes them stand apart..other than a sort of vaguely modern 70's flower child look. (still not sure how elves are supposed to be different from humans, other than the really cheap-looking ears, because they never bothered to explain it)
The female characters on this show are treated without respect. We don't know much of anything about their personalities other than they are beautiful and stubborn / reckless. Amberle's characterization is horribly inconsistent, with her being confident of herself to win the Gauntlet one minute, and then two minutes later being bizarrely self-doubting around a guy who she admits to not even liking much. She's also naked, too, for some reason in the scene where she meets Wil, apparently for a cheap laugh at Wil's awkwardness. There's a horribly awkward shoehorned romance between Amberle and a douche bag boy who apparently lacks a single defining characteristic. The flirtation has no relevance to the plot or the characters development whatsoever, and it wastes her screen time.
With Eritrea, they don't say much about her other than that she's "tough," and at one point in episode two she is lashed around the neck with a whip and dragged around, for no reason whatsoever that impacts the plot. The physical brutality with which she was treated is completely brushed off and we see nothing of how this might have impacted her, which is all kinds of disturbing.
The only character with any kind of visible personality is Wil, and though he's much more endearing than the other characters have been so far, his main character trait is awkwardness and nervous quips.
The acting is awful and is most likely a result of lazy directing and bad writing, as we've seen Ivana Baquero before in Pan's Labyrinth light up the screen. I just wish these actors, the women especially, were given more to work with. Also, for a place that's supposed to be *major spoiler* post-apocalyptic Seattle, 99% of the people with speaking roles are white and even with the extras there is little diversity.
I wouldn't be so hard on this if it wasn't apparent they had both a wealth of source material and budget to make this halfway decent. Instead...yeah. The sad thing is this show isn't even fun. Wil is the only character with any sort of sense of humor and even then it's no more ambitious than the whole country-boy-is-confused routine, which, if they don't level up, is going to get really old really fast. There is nothing unique about any of the characters, plot, world-building, or concepts. It looks like a badly rendered video game.
TL;DR: this could've had potential but with episodes 1 and 2 they've just shot themselves in the foot.
I hope there's an attempt to fix at least some glaring problems in the coming season, because it could be okay if they did, but I'm not going to hold my breath.
Director: Sofia Coppola
Cast: Bill Murray, Rashida Jones, Marlon Wayans, Jenny Slate, Jessica Henwick, Barbara Bain, Nadia Dajani, Musto Pelinkovicci, Jules Willcox, Alexandra Mary Reimer, Evangeline Young, Ximena Lamadrid, Grayson Eddey, Mike Keller, Chase Sui Wonders
After We Collided Afdah (2020)
Genre: Drama, Romance
Release: October 2, 2020
Afdah After We Collided
This is a television drama series starring Damian Lewis as an ambitious hedge fund king and Paul Giamatti as a relentless and tough U.S. Attorney.
Just saw the (unaired) pilot and it is more than obvious that this series is designed to impress. There is a slow building of the set-up. Bit by Bit of information until you get the whole picture of what is happening and the connection between the main characters. Unfortunately is that connection that makes me hold a small basket. The relation between the characters is stronger than it first appear and makes it a borderline soap opera. I really hope it doesn't get into one.
Anyway, you have some credible actors, you get to see glimpses on how the upper 1% of the world lives (which is always a selling point since Dallas and Dynasty) plus you may learn a couple of things about the stock-market and funds and other ...mystical things that most people don't know about and could make a guy billionaire in a day or so.
Overall: Nothing spectacular so far, but the set-up of the pilot made clear what you are about to see in the 12 episodes of the 1st season. 2 men (yet not 2 different worlds) will collide in a pissing contest (as it is clearly said in the pilot). Who will win? Only one way to find out...
Director: Roger Kumble
Cast: Josephine Langford, Hero Fiennes Tiffin, Louise Lombard, Dylan Sprouse, Candice King, Charlie Weber, Max Ragone, Selma Blair, Shane Paul McGhie, Rob Estes, Karimah Westbrook, Samuel Larsen, Khadijha Red Thunder, Pia Mia, Inanna Sarkis
The Witches Afdah (2020)
Genre: Adventure, Comedy, Family, Fantasy, Horror, Mystery
Release: October 22, 2020
Afdah The Witches
Grendel, Grendel, Grendel is a truly fantastic animated film based on the monster Grendel in the ancient Beowolf legend. It is one of my all time favourite films. The film is viewed from the point of view of Grendel the monster. He's one of those big, burly, wise, innocent and doomed monsters that legends are made of. The film works on a variety of levels. The visuals are great - bold deep colours. The soundtrack is ultra lounge and very James Bond. The story is wonderful. It is entertaining and deep, funny and sad, and has wisdom and wit thrown in as well. It's never dull, cutesy or mundane. The depth of the story, its smooth and quite referencing to wider stories, legends and theories allows interesting interpretations from a range of perspectives - mythological, historical, or psychoanalytical. It is a feel good movie with depth, design and spark. If you ever get to see the film then make sure you do.
Director: Robert Zemeckis
Cast: Chris Rock, Jahzir Bruno, Octavia Spencer, Brian Bovell, Joseph Zinyemba, Josette Simon, Jonathan Livingstone, Miranda Sarfo Peprah, Ashanti Prince-Asafo, Lunga Skosana, Vivienne Acheampong, Sobowale Antonio Bamgbose, Ken Nwosu, Arnaud Adrian, Charles Edwards
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Release: September 11, 2020
Afdah 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
Rebecca Afdah (2020)
Genre: Drama, Mystery, Romance, Thriller
Release: October 21, 2020
the BBC has the unique method of funding by taxation, which is great when they make great television, Life on Mar, Life on Earth, Dr Who and even Red Dwarf but to spend money on something so unfunny is a waste.
Sure its not always a good idea to compare like for similar but what made most of the Red Dwarf series great t.v. was narrative, plot development and characterisation, the laughs only come when the proper work of narrative has been done. Despite good actors, reasonable special effects and a reasonable budget it simply fails because the basics are overlooked. it is simply a sketch show with no structure. I watch it for the instruction it gives in getting it right. Is BBC Manchester just full of yes men/women who have no desire to create and think Hyperdrive is worth the money spent on it?
Director: Ben Wheatley
Cast: Lily James, Jacques Bouanich, Marie Collins, Ann Dowd, Kristin Scott Thomas, Armie Hammer, Jean Dell, Sophie Payan, Pippa Winslow, Lucy Russell, Bruno Paviot, Stefo Linard, Tom Hudson, Jeff Rawle, Ashleigh Reynolds
Unhinged Afdah (2020)
Release: August 21, 2020
Anyone who is a fan of Michael Des Barres' darker roles should see this -- It's as if they combined Murdoc from Cleo Rocks, Malcolm Graves from Ghoulies, the Blue Moon Killer from The Pretender, the Dark Priest from Charmed, and some LSD for good measure.
Don't let the cut-and-dried review on the back of the box fool you, however. The film weaves dreams, real-life, and Cabaret theater scenes together in such a way that you won't quite know what's what by the end, and that's a good thing.
My one complaint is that the leading lady is a bit flat in her role, but Des Barres more than compensates for her lack of screen presence.
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
The Kid Detective Afdah (2020)
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Release: October 16, 2020
Afdah The Kid Detective
I had the pleasure of seeing a screening of this movie in Orange County quite a while ago. I also stayed behind and had a focus group for the filmmakers and everyone in the group loved it. as well as me. the movie screams romance and drama with some well written comedy too. the acting was way above par for all the actors. Being a Jennifer Love Hewitt fan i'm a little biased. i know her movies in the passed haven't been what she's capable of but her performance in "If Only" is a huge step for her. one of the best acted films in a great while. don't be deterred because you don't like someone in it just give it a chance and you'll walk out happy you did. the movies untimely release has been due to budget and that fact that it's an independent film. studios don't like to take too many chances any more they just want all the big ones.
Director: Evan Morgan
Cast: Adam Brody, Sophie NĂ©lisse, Sarah Sutherland, Jesse Noah Gruman, Wendy Crewson, Jonathan Whittaker, Peter MacNeill, Lisa Truong, Sophia Webster, Dallas Edwards, Tzi Ma, Isaac Kragten, Amalia Williamson, Sharon Crandall, Marlaina Andre
Genre: Drama, History, Thriller
Release: October 16, 2020
Afdah The Trial of the Chicago 7
This movie was very promising in the beginning, but after an half hour the final was too obvious. An horror title which you can understand the final after such a short time and completely without any surprise (less or more), it hardly be called exciting, although there were a lot of potential. Nevertheless, the actors have played very well, especially Caroline Kessler, and I believe the soundtrack is matching: the only flaw was precisely the sequence of events. Too bad not being able to develop a storyline so interesting ... For this reason, I would not recommend watching this title, despite my vote is still positive for the idea and the performance of the cast.
Director: Aaron Sorkin
Cast: Eddie Redmayne, Alex Sharp, Sacha Baron Cohen, Jeremy Strong, John Carroll Lynch, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Mark Rylance, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ben Shenkman, J.C. MacKenzie, Frank Langella, Danny Flaherty, Noah Robbins, John Doman, Kelvin Harrison Jr.
Genre: Fantasy, Horror
Release: October 15, 2020
Afdah The Mortuary Collection
Women in Trouble has bright colors and several captivating story lines. It's all about sex really, but isn't life about sex? Of course it is.
The ideas presented in this movie are of the open-minded sort, which I adore, to the exception of the recurring fact that anybody in the sex industry should be trying to get out. Beyond that, you get taken in for a nice ride, with events that surprises you at time. It's a bit quirky, funny in passing, and never dull.
The acting is good. However, it could have been better but that might be the fault of the scenario or the director. The rest is pretty much invisible, which makes for fine entertainment. The only negative would be that the whole could have been a little bit tighter, more researched.
If you're looking for a bit of drama, a bit of sex, some laughs, and a jumble of scenes all about women that tie up together, then you should watch it.
Director: Ryan Spindell
Cast: Clancy Brown, Caitlin Custer, Christine Kilmer, Jacob Elordi, Ema Horvath, Jennifer Irwin, James Bachman, Barak Hardley, Sarah Hay, Ben Hethcoat, Mike C. Nelson, Brennan Murray, Michael Bow, Tom Woodruff Jr., Bradley Bundlie
Kajillionaire Afdah (2020)
Genre: Crime, Drama
Release: September 25, 2020
When I was 10 I watched this movie and loved it. When I was 20, I loved it more. This is an almost unknown gem of Soviet cinema, and now I enjoy it even more. The movie is not only a very funny comedy with excellent children and adult actors, but a perfect parody of Soviet life, of the relationship between society and Soviet power. The leader of the camp is so stupid and suspicious, that he turns people one by one to "resistance fighters", living in "illegality". The ordinary "citizens" of the camp don't know who is the informer, but they do their best to help the persecuted ones. In the beginning of the 1960's, Khrushtchev suddenly let to publish one of Solzhenitsyn's books, and to make movies like this -- and then the short springtime was over, and the bold masterpieces like these were buried for the next 25 years under the gigantic heap of dull books and films. If you won't laugh a lot watching this movie, write me angry letters!
Director: Miranda July
Cast: Evan Rachel Wood, Mark Ivanir, Gina Rodriguez, Debra Winger, Richard Jenkins, Adam Bartley, Patricia Belcher, Diana Maria Riva, Madeleine Coghlan, Da'Vine Joy Randolph, Rachel Redleaf, Challen Cates, Steve Park, David Ury, Betsy Baker
Shortcut Afdah (2020)
Genre: Adventure, Fantasy, Horror
Release: September 25, 2020
I really, really, really tried to like this show, but after this week I'm done. Valente's constant sexual overtures to the Miguel Maldonado is not funny, it is straight up sexual harassment. Those sexual innuendo's are corny and not needed.
Why does my sister have to look so desperate to get married? Who plans a wedding without a mate? That is not funny, that is pitiful. She is so desperate she goes into competition with Valente? Who does that? This show needs to be canceled before Brandy losses her credibility as a great singing artist. I feel like I'm watching Moesha all grown up. I really wanted to like this show to support one of my favorite singers of all time, but this show is completely awful.
And not even knowing nothing about how the season ends, I already know Zoe is going to end up with Miguel Maldonado. I see this a million miles away.
I still love Brandy as a singer--always. Any album Brandy does is already bought by me.
Director: Alessio Liguori
Cast: Zak Sutcliffe, Molly Dew, Jack Kane, Sophie Jane Oliver, Andrei Claude, Zander Emlano, Terence Anderson, David Keyes, Matteo De Gregori, Raffaele Buranelli, Teo Achille Caprio, Mino Caprio, Emma Giua
Genre: Comedy, Family, Fantasy
Release: October 15, 2020
Afdah A Babysitter's Guide to Monster Hunting
"... in which the brilliant BuĂ±uel shows the dark and singular fusion between the eroticism and the bourgeoisie society, recurrent subjects in his acclaimed filmography, framed in a surrealist context and the exploration of deep desires but of the human being."
OK, it's surreal. But why does BuĂ±uel's surrealism end up so boring? After about an hour, the only way I could finish watching this pile of pretentious crap was at 4X speed. And erotic? Maybe the French find it intellectually "erotique," but it certainly doesn't translate well. I want a film that speaks to my heart and to my head, but "Belle du Jour" was visually uninteresting, aurally flat, dramatically empty, and intellectually vapid. Marxist film-making (or film criticism!) is about as successful as Marxist government: it sounds so much better on paper than it plays out in reality. Ennui may or may not be a good subject for surreal treatment, but this movie doesn't show us anything about the "deep desires of the human being."
Director: Rachel Talalay
Cast: Tamara Smart, Oona Laurence, Tom Felton, Troy Leigh-Anne Johnson, Lynn Masako Cheng, Ty Consiglio, Ian Ho, Indya Moore, Alessio Scalzotto, Tamsen McDonough, Ashton Arbab, Crystal Balint, Cameron Bancroft, Anisa Harris, Ricky He
2067 Afdah (2020)
Release: October 02, 2020
"Finding Bliss" is just a middle-of-the-road, soft-core film about a young film-maker struggling to succeed in Hollywood. Unfortunately it doesn't play out much better than just a student film itself.
It begins with every clichĂ© and plot advance you expect to find in a chick flick. Our heroine has struggled with finding romance because she wears glasses and a ponytail. It doesn't matter that Leelee Sobieski is one of the most beautiful women on the planet, glasses and a ponytail equates with ugly. When she arrives in Hollywood the only place she can find a job is at a porn production company. We then succeed with every porn-associated joke done before. "He directed Charlie's Angels?!" our heroine asks incredulously, the response: "No, he directed Charlie's Anals". Don't worry, there's a lot more jokes along those lines.
This film really doesn't do anything wrong. The characters are fine, the actors are all cute, the storyline is engaging enough and it flows quickly. But they did all of that with over-used and tiresome jokes that just aren't that funny anymore. Every turn in the plot was telegraphed so clearly that the few inventive elements were completely predictable and expected. I found "Finding Bliss" to just be a Hollywood-reflective soft-core film that is not nearly as insightful as it was supposed to be.
Director: Seth Larney
Cast: Kodi Smit-McPhee, Ryan Kwanten, Sana'a Shaik, Deborah Mailman, Aaron Glenane, Finn Little, Andy McPhee, Checc Musolino, Matt Testro, Damian Walshe-Howling, Leeanna Walsman, Natasha Wanganeen, Rachael Wegener
Honest Thief Afdah (2020)
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama, Thriller
Release: October 16, 2020
Afdah Honest Thief
i saw this movie when i was 13 and i really liked dana plato who later starred in different strokes as kimberly drummond . i don't think it's garbage .it was not meant to be a sequel to the documentary either . its just a cute kids movie about 3 children who go after men trying to find the boggy creek monster . the men get hurt and the kids rescue them with the help of the creature .haunting shots of the arkansas swamp and scenery were neat . this is a good movie for kids ,no real violence a few mild scares but good fun for the young kids.
Director: Mark Williams
Cast: Liam Neeson, Kate Walsh, Jai Courtney, Jeffrey Donovan, Anthony Ramos, Robert Patrick, Birol Tarkan Yildiz, Tazzie, Adam Teper, Jose Guns Alves, Osmani Rodriguez, Janelle Feigley, Devon Diep, Jamie Ghazarian, Michael Malvesti
The Call Afdah (2020)
Release: October 02, 2020
Afdah The Call
Record of a Tenement Gentleman by Yasujiro Ozu is a heartwarming story of the power of love to heal the hardest heart. In this case the heart belongs to Tane (Shoko Lida), a stern and unforgiving middle-aged widow whose life is turned upside down when a taciturn little boy is brought to her home by a fortuneteller, Tashiro (Chishu Ryu). The boy, Kohei (Hohi Aoki) was lost or abandoned in Chigasaki and followed Tashiro all the way home. After Kohei wets his bed, Tane scolds him in a gruff manner and tries to pass him off to her neighbors but nobody seems to want to care for him.
Tane takes the boy back to Chigasaki to look for his father (Eitaro Ozawa) but learns that he has left for Tokyo. She returns home and reluctantly agrees to take care of the child a while longer. Shoko Lida beautifully recreates Tane's character showing her to be both tough and tender, her hangdog facial expression indicating that perhaps she is more burdened down by life than cold and rejecting. When the frightened boy runs away after being scolded one more time, Tane realizes that she has begun to have affection for him. Tane and Tashiro now belatedly discover how can children contribute to the quality of life and both develop a new understanding and compassion for the condition of children in postwar Japan. Record of a Tenement Gentleman is another small masterpiece from Ozu.
Director: Timothy Woodward Jr.
Cast: Lin Shaye, Tobin Bell, Chester Rushing, Erin Sanders, Mike Manning, Sloane Morgan Siegel, Judd Lormand, Randy J. Goodwin, Brooklyn Anne Miller, Leah Contreras, Toby Leeder, Aidan Bertola, Madeleine Wade, Ciara Hanna, Fred Stoller
The Secrets We Keep Afdah (2020)
Genre: Drama, Thriller
Release: September 16, 2020
Afdah The Secrets We Keep
The TV show, 'The Odd Couple' is a classic. Great acting from two pro's with excellent scripts. Growing up I watched the episodes over and over like many other favorites shows. So, when I heard it was coming finally to DVD, I said, 'Finally'. But beware folks... Season one is unaltered... BUT, the other final four seasons are edited... I guess being cheap... a lot of the music/songs were not re-bought. Which is very sad... because a couple episodes ended in song. Even though the episodes are very much intact, the alternations do show, especially the final episode when Felix gets remarried and cut is Oscar singing, "Singing in the rain" at the end. Very bad edit. But the comedy is still very much there but not the true episodes, so beware! Tony Randall, God rest his soul would be disappointed if he saw this.
The Odd Couple I rate a TEN!!! The last four seasons on DVD I rate a 8 cause of the edits.
Director: Yuval Adler
Cast: Noomi Rapace, Joel Kinnaman, Chris Messina, Jackson Dean Vincent, Amy Seimetz, Miluette Nalin, Madison Paige Jones, Jeff Pope, David Maldonado, Ed Amatrudo, Ritchie Montgomery, Victoria Hill, Thomas Francis Murphy, Rocco Brocato, Jason Boyle
Hubie Halloween Afdah (2020)
Genre: Comedy, Mystery
Release: October 07, 2020
Afdah Hubie Halloween
After the huge disappointment of Kick-Ass, I was pleasantly surprised by this little film from Russia. Don't want to give anything away, as I watched it knowing nothing about the movie and that was the best way to watch it. Sure, it borrows heavily from other hero movies, but the acting and the old fashioned heroics were enjoyable.
Special effects I found to be excellent, especially some of the smoke trails. The bad guy in this movie is the same bad guy from the Nightwatch/Daywatch movies, also highly recommended.
If you want to chuckle a bit, and have a few moments where you smile and murmur "Cool!", and want to root for the good guy to win the girl in the end, then I can recommend this movie.
Director: Steven Brill
Cast: Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Julie Bowen, Ray Liotta, Steve Buscemi, Rob Schneider, Maya Rudolph, Tim Meadows, Michael Chiklis, June Squibb, George Wallace, Kenan Thompson, Shaquille O'Neal, Ben Stiller, Jackie Sandler
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