Movie Reviewed – The Hand That Rocks The Cradle
August 18, 2012 by movieusa
The Hand That Rocks The Cradle: Appearing out of nowhere, and seemingly the perfect nanny, Peyton Flanders is really someone very different. Hired to care for the Bartels new child, she is really out for revenge. Will the Bartels figure out their predicament before it’s too late?
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The Reckoning: A pastor in 1380 England runs for his life after carrying out an offense and joins a troupe of voyaging performers. The latest village on their voyage is reeling from a infamous kill, which empowers the troupe and fires the minister’s need for redemption. Fascinating tale leaves its principal scoundrel Cassel off-screen far too long, although aids from Bettans hefty behavior. Cast includes Paul Bettany, Willem Dafoe, Simon McBurney, Gina McKee, Brian Cox, Tom Hanly, Jared Harris, and Vincent Cassel. (112 minutes, 2003)
The Saint: Master thief Simon Templar is close to retirement. He decides to take one last job, to properly fill his bank account. A Russian billionaire hires him to steal a formula for cold fusion from scientist Emma Russell. Two things change his plans. He falls in love with the beautiful scientist, and learns the potential disaster if this formula was in the wrong hands.
Miami Rhapsody: Youthful female is scared of carrying out to matrimony, given the tumult of her parents’ and siblings’ domestic lives. Only complication is that she might appear to halt mentioning it. Light comedy, with earnest undertones, nearly sinks under the mass of chat: a persistent flow of one-line, sitcom-fashion antics. Cast includes Sarah Jessica Parleer, Mia Farrow, Antonio Banderas, Gil Bellows, Paul Mazursky, Kevin Pollak, Marlc Blum, and Ben Stein. (95 minutes, 1995)
Dracula Prince of Darkness: Continuation to Terror OF DRACULA doesn’t measure up. The vampirism Tally Lee is revitalized by a servant and wreaks fear on a group of tourists in an isolated castle. Cast includes Christopher Lee, Barbara Shelley, Andrew Keir, and Suzan Farmer. (90 minutes, 1966)
Day of the Outlaw: Stark Western melodrama of outlaw Ives and clique taking over secluded Western town. Cast includes Robert Ryan, Burl Ives, Tina Louise, Alan Marshal, Nehemiah Persoff, and Elisha Chef. (91 minutes, 1959)
Little Women: Glossy is a redo of Louisa Might Alcott’s pleasant account of adolescent girls finding maturation and romantically set. Cast includes June Allyson, Peter Lawford, Margaret O’Brien, Elizabeth Taylor, Janet Leigh, and Mary Astor. (121 minutes, 1949)
The Horrible Dr. Hitchcock: Clueless that her physician spouse is a psycho! A necrophilia female goes along with him to the mansion where his first spouse evidently died twelve years before throughout sensual games. Cast includes Robert Fleming, Barbara Steele, Teresa Fitzgerald, and Maria Teresa Vianello. (76 minutes, 1962)
Casualties Of War: This Vietnam movie was based on actual events that occurred in 1966. We follow a squad of soldiers as they deal with all the difficulties of the war in Vietnam. In the film a full account of different war events are portrayed, the rape and murder of a young village girl is the most disturbing.
From Hen to Victory: Buddies of assorted nationalities are ripped apart by the approaching of WW2. Cast includes George Peppard, George Hamilton, Horst Buchholz, Capucine, Sam Wanamaker, Jean-Pierre Cassel, and Annie Duperey. (100 minutes, 1979)
Cry “Havoc”: Girl volunteers join some exasperated American nurses on beleaguered island of Baton throughout WW2. Exposes its level causes and integrates anticipated stereotypes, however additionally presents pretty truthful image of battle. Robert Mitchum has a tad part as a dying cadet. Cast includes Margaret Sullivan, Joan Blondell, Ann Sothern, Fay Bainter, Marsha Seek, and Ella Raines. (97 minutes, 1943)
House of Women: This movie is a corny rendition of circumstances in a female penitentiary raised by excellent cast and quick pacing. This film was later redone as Caged. Cast includes Shirley Horseman, Andrew Duggan, Constance Ford, Barbara Nichols, Margaret Hayes, and Virginia Gregg. (85 minutes, 1962)
Puzzle of Kaspar Hauser: Static adaptation of Cocteau’s play The Eagle Has 2 Heads, in regards to a monarch who guards and steadily falls in love with an assassin sent to slaughter her. Cast includes Monica Vitti, Alunad Saha Alan, Paolo Bonacelli, Franco Branciaroli, Luigi Diberti, and Elisabetta Pozzi. (129 minutes, 1980)
Rush Hour: The daughter of a Chinese diplomat has been kidnapped. The diplomat sends in Hong Kong detective Lee (Jackie Chan). He winds up joining forces with off beat L.A.P.D. cop Carter. With the F.B.I. botching the investigation, this rag tag pair comes in to save the day.
Unlawful Entry: Michael and Karen Carr have had a chilling experience. Someone broke into their house, and tried to rob them. When Officer Pete Davis shows up to help, out he seems like a godsend. In the days to come they find officer Davis might be their worst nightmare.
The Prestige: The setting is the early 1900′s in London. Magicians are of high status in the entertainment industry. Robert Angler and Alfred Borden, once partners on stage, are now in an intense battle to be the best magician in London. They will go to any means to outdo the other.
The Painted Desert: Clash and romance between the adopted child Boyd and baby girl of 2 long-feuding Westerners. A tad firm, albeit the landscape is gorgeous; remarkable mostly for Gable’s talkie debut. Some action shots are missing and suddenly cut out to use in 1938 redo. Cast includes William Boyd, Helen, William Farnum, Farrell MacDonald, and Clark Gable. (75 minutes, 1931)
Addicted to Love: This movie is a dark comedy which where we see an ex-boyfriend, and an ex-girlfriend spying on their former partners. They find themselves teamed together, with the young lady planning acts of revenge for her former man. Meg Ryan, Matthew Broderick, Kelly Preston, and Tcheky Karyo star. (1997 dark comedy directed by Griffin Dunne)
Unbreakable: Elijah Price has live his whole life with a horrible bone condition. His bones are so weak that they shatter with the slightest jolt. From his reading of comics, he is convinced that there is an opposite of him living in the world. The story is of his search to find this ‘unbreakable’ man.
From Nashville with Music: Some excellent country and western music, although one would be better served to purchase one of the actors’ albums rather than agonizing through this tale of a New York couple who go to the Grand Ole Opry by accident. Cast includes Marilyn Maxwell, Leo G. Carroll, Pedro Gonzalez, Marty Robbins, Merle Haggard, and Buck Owens. (87 minutes, 1969)
The Night of the Iguana: Trudging story based on Tennessee Williams play; alcoholic prior clergyman Burton, a bus-journey guide in Mexico, is engaged with Kerr, Gardner, and Lyon. Dorothy Jeakins won an Oscar for her costumes. Cast includes Richard Burton, Deborah Kerr, Ava Gardner, Sue Lyon, Bypass Ward, Grayson Chamber, and Cyril Delevanti. (118 minutes, 1964)
The Presido: A crime has been committed at the Prrsidio, an army base in San Francisco. A female MP has been shot and the following chase flows into the streets of San Francisco. When it comes time to investigate both the military and SFPD will be involved. This forces Colonel Caldwell and detective Jay Austin, two men with a sorted past, to come together and solve the case.