Browsing For A Good Film? Explore These Good Film Reviews
October 11, 2010 by Jaime Lopez
You no doubt know these days it is very simple and trouble-free to get the film you want to watch, right when you want to see it simply by downloading it straight to your laptop or computer. Still, you do need to give some thought to a couple of things before you start downloading to be able to safeguard yourself plus your computer.
Listed below are a handful of the greatest films in recent history. If you would like to enjoy a terrific motion picture tonight, you’ll find details on a few of the best films you might have never heard of. Check them out. Remember it is possible to download them nearly instantly to your own PC in the coziness of your own home.
An oldie Coast Guard film Onionhead is a untidy movie with Griffith joining the Coast Guard in pre-World War 2 and becoming a ships chef. The flick tries to be a comedy, a romance, and a drama simultaneously and succeeds at none. Cast includes Andy Griffith, Felicia Farr, Walter Matthau, Erin O’Brien, Joe Mantell, Ray Danton, James Gregory, Joey Bishop, Roscoe Karns, Claude Akins, Peter Brown, and Tige Andrews.
A lot of the kids have already seen Aladdin. Disney’s animated Arabian Days tale is refined through the sensibility of an old Warner Bros. animation, as Aladdin summons up a Genie who’s overflowing with shtick. Williams’ hilarious fast fire chatter forms the attraction of this otherwise conventional tale, colorfully (and tunefully) shown. Cast includes Voices of Scott Weinger, Robin Williams, Linda Larkin, Jonathan Freeman, Frank Welker, Gilbert Gottfried, Douglas Seale and the harmonizing voices of Brad Kand and Lea Salonga.
Rent a Kid is a fun little movie about children. While the head of an orphanage takes a holiday, father Nielsen takes over with a plan to make cash by renting out kids. While predictable, this stupid premise is shockingly successful. In due course 3 youngsters are rented by a stylish ’90s couple considering adopting. A good family movie. Cast includes Leslie Nielsen, Christopher Lloyd, Matt McCoy, Sherry Miller, and Amos Crawley.
A wicked film to watch is The Last Seduction. Pathologically malevolent and strikingly sensual woman ditches her spouse, snatches the cash he has made in a drug deal, and escapes N.Y.C. to a tiny upstate town where she attracts and bewilders a local gentleman who becomes her latest patsy. Fiorentino’s spicy femme fatale makes Stanwyck in Triple Indemnity look like Snow White! The movie is a sizzling, seductive thriller from contemporary film noir master Dahl and author Steve Barancik. Cast includes Linda Fiorentino, Peter Berg, J. T. Walsh, Bill Nunn, Bill Pullman, Michael Raysses, and Zach Phifer.
This may well be the most popular Mob movie, Slaughter’s Big Ripoff, a murderer is still playing games with the Mafia in this cool action flick. McMahon gives much more energy to his role as the mob boss than it is worth. Cast consists of Jim Brown, Ed McMahon, Brock Peters, Don Stroud, Gloria Hendry, Dick Anthony Williams, and Art Metrano.
If you want to watch a humorous film you have to watch The Last Time I Saw Archie Webb’s solitary try at comedy is less preposterous than some of his more solemn films; a shame, since William Bowers’ script-based on his own Army experiences had genuine potential, and Mitchum pleasantly underplays as the con guy. Incidentally, the actual Archie Chamber sued for invasion of privacy. Cast consists of Robert Mitchum, Jack Webb, Martha Hyer, France Nuyen, Louis Nye, Richard Arlen, Don Tangles, Joe Flynn, and Robert Strauss.