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M4ufree Impractical Jokers: The Movie
Based on a collection of dated educational stickers (pictures and words) that he found in a junk shop, director and writer Run Wrake fashions a morality tale that sees a rabbit becoming the object of desire for a young girl and a young boy who is keen to impress her. When they kill the rabbit they find it contains a small gold idol who turns irritating house flies into jewels. Eager to get as much as they can the pair try to use the idol for their own ends.
I am not old enough to remember the cards used as the visual basis for this film but I have seen them and I was totally captivated by the look of the film and by how cleverly the film used these images as an inspiration for the story but mainly for the animation. It looks great and it engaged me to the point where the wild sweep of the story wasn't a problem. It does work as a warning against greed but the excesses are a bit damaging to the message because it is more about the former than the latter. However it is still a good tale albeit it one that is more adult than the bright and educational animation would suggest.
Overall this is an OK short film in regards story but it is a supremely interesting one in terms of animation and imagination. Yet another good example of why you should make the animate! short films a regular viewing habit.
Director: Chris Henchy
Cast: Brian Quinn, Joe Gatto, James Murray, Sal Vulcano, Paula Abdul, Athena Akers, Andrea Andrade, Guilherme Apollonio, Madison Bailey, Andrew Bechtold, Evan Castelloe, Hunter Deno, Joey Fatone, Tiago Ferreira, Will Ferrell
M4ufree Fantasy Island
In a film seemingly not supervised by a director, two California college roommates, Chuck (Tate Donovan) and Wally (Grant Heslov) take part in a vapid adventure obviously targeted at a barely pubescent audience. Chuck has an opportunity of which he has dreamed, to work for a large corporation where he will begin at $60000 per year, if he will complete a pre-employment assignment for the CEO (Robert Stack), a friend of Chuck's father. His duty is to deliver an expensive new Porsche, a birthday gift to the CEO's daughter in Lake Tahoe, but naturally complications occur due to Wally, the irresponsible friend of Chuck. Wally convinces Chuck to first utilize the Porsche as "bikini bait" in San Diego, where there is coincidentally a scheduled beauty pageant, and where the car is stolen. The manipulation of Chuck by Wally makes little sense throughout this affair, but sensible behaviour is not readily found within the script, as it would only interfere with pratfalls and bathing suit competitions. It is enough to mention, as ever with this type of film, a providential solution is found for personal relationship problems and that no one seems to mind if logic vanishes along the way. A payday is given to veterans Stack, Leslie Nielsen and Elizabeth Ashley, all of whom essentially create their roles, and a bright spot is a performance by funnyman Robert Klein, with his usual off-kilter derelict, in this instance an aging surfer. Poorly written and edited, this picture can yet claim freedom from any mean-spirited component, its most offensive facet being that the viewing of it is fundamentally a waste of time.
Director: Jeff Wadlow
Cast: Lucy Hale, Maggie Q, Charlotte McKinney, Evan Evagora, Portia Doubleday, Michael Pe�a, Parisa Fitz-Henley, Kim Coates, Michael Rooker, Ryan Hansen, Austin Stowell, Jimmy O. Yang, Goran D. Kleut, Robbie Jones, Renee Murden
M4ufree Escape from Pretoria
When Confederate raiders rob a shipment of gold and kill his friend, Union Colonel John Wayne vows to bring the traitors who sold the rebels the information to justice, leading to a post-war showdown with vicious carpetbagger Victor French. Helping Wayne is Jorge Rivero, the leader of the raiders!
Although Rio Lobo is not quite as legendary as other John Wayne/Howard Hawks collaborations and things aren't always up to snuff in the acting department, this is still a lot of rip-roaring fun.
This has a very amusing script co-written by Leigh Brackett and some incredible action sequences supervised by Wayne's old pal, the legendary Yakima Cannut.
There's great comedic guest roles for shotgun-toting, scene-stealing Jack Elam and David Huddleston as Rio Lobo's resident tooth-puller. Jennifer O'Neill looks great too!
Enjoy it for what it is. Some of you guys take your John Wayne movies WAY too seriously!
Director: Francis Annan
Cast: Daniel Radcliffe, Ian Hart, Daniel Webber, Nathan Page, Stephen Hunter, Mark Leonard Winter, Ratidzo Mambo, Jeanette Cronin, Adam Tuominen, David Wilson, Adam Ovadia, Paul Harvey, PJ Oaten, Lenny Firth, Martin Ayles
Bad Boys for Life M4ufree (2020)
Release: January 17, 2020
M4ufree Bad Boys for Life
Beautiful holiday tale of a Marine family, struggling as any typical family does to get along with each other let alone the world at large. Just about everybody in the cast is an unknown or at least with only a few movies (or TV shows) under their belt, including the director, Sheri Le Mon. The only easily recognizable character is "George", their grumpy next door neighbor, who happens to be Sherman Hemsley (aka George) of The Jefferson's fame.
None the less, everybody does a great job of not "over acting" (less is more), and brings a strong story of family realizing there are more important things than themselves, no matter their age, whether immediate or extended, in their lives.
I laughed often at how accurately the internal family squabbles were played, especially between the crooked halo of the youngest daughter and the older two children (the scene with the kids working on the neighbors flower bed was perfect).
Bridgette Potts (playing Grace Harrington) did a wonderful job as the teenage daughter, caught up in all the "normal" teenage dramas (actually, at their worse the kids were pretty well behaved), yet coming around when a family member, who couldn't fend for himself, needed help. Grace and her friends hard work brings everybody together and touches the hearts of all around them. A lot of detail was given to the human interactions and I felt they were all believable.
And then there is Semper (as in Semper Fi), their lovable golden retriever (who doesn't seem to have his name in the cast of characters in IMDb what's up with that?!), who brings family and friends together perfectly playing his part as a dog!
Being a Marine myself and a lifelong dog lover, this gentle story of how animals can tie family, friends and community together, is a beautiful, gently stated holiday special which looks at the world through unfettered eyes and is suitable for any family member.
Director: Adil El Arbi, Bilall Fallah
Cast: Will Smith, Alexander Ludwig, Vanessa Hudgens, Michael Bay, Martin Lawrence, Joe Pantoliano, Paola Nu�ez, Charles Melton, Kate del Castillo, Happy Anderson, Emily Towles, Melissa Kennemore, Jennifer Badger, Bianca Bethune, DJ Khaled
Underwater M4ufree (2020)
Release: January 10, 2020
Bright, VERY colorful and amusing comedy about a beautiful actress (Eva Longoria) who's the star of a Spanish soap opera (they're called telanovels). She has to deal with back-stabbing costars, her hunky ex (who is playing her love interest in the show) and various attractive men and women.
It moves QUICKLY, has a bright tight script, good acting (Longoria is obviously having fun) and has plenty of cheesecake AND beefcake (a running joke has a particularly handsome muscular guy constantly tearing his shirt off). The plot has been done before but it's done well here. Hopefully it can be consistently clever and funny for a long run. Recommended.
Director: William Eubank
Cast: Kristen Stewart, T.J. Miller, Jessica Henwick, Vincent Cassel, John Gallagher Jr., Mamoudou Athie, Gunner Wright
M4ufree The Call of the Wild
Alright, I saw this ages ago, and the only parts I can stomach at all are the first song (not the best I've heard from Disney, but for me, the best in a sequel they produced direct to DVD that wasn't from Aladdin) and an opening scene that was completely cut. These two things and the fact that Ming Na actually came back for the role of voicing Mulan are completely overcast by the many issues held in this film.
First, I have to say that, aside from the Aladdin sequels (which need to be watched with the TV series as well as the main film to really be appreciated), none of the direct to home entertainment sequels produced by Disney have satisfied truly. So, frankly said, it's not as bad as it could have been, if we were to compare it to other non-theatrical sequels from Disney, if you enjoy them. It's not much to go by, though, in my opinion.
Second, I have to state that a lot of these opinions are formed based on my being a feminist and an Asian-American. The first Mulan was refreshing, since it had clear feminist themes and a vastly understated romantic connect without having to re-imagine the characters from the original material, as Disney has done prior in the '90s. On top of that, the original feature film was actually a fair treatment of Chinese culture, or at least as you'd get from Disney. Yes, the exaggeration of the importance of honor was very much a western viewing of Asian culture that has tired itself out, but all things considered, it was a nice enough representation of Chinese culture to not out right offend. The serious action in the film and the comedic but helpful sidekick of Mushu was also a nice icing to the cake.
In Mulan II, Disney completely disregards all of the things that made Mulan appealing.
To start, a lot of the film feels more like it's about Mushu (who is utterly selfish and unlikable here), Mulan's three war buddies--Ling, Yao and Chien Po--and the three princesses they fall in love with. I honestly couldn't be bothered to care for Mulan and Shang past the first ten minutes and forgot that she's the central character until towards the end. The only good thing in this is that the two trios are endearing, if show-stealers, but not by much.
The next point is that, where the first film simply exaggerates certain Chinese values, the sequel completely disregards them in favor of modern western ideals. The main theme in the first is duty to one's family and nation and the need to find your place in society while also being yourself. The sequel disregards duty in favor of personal desire. This is where Disney throws Chinese values out the window for their ideals of true (but shallow and unrealistic) love. The duty that was key is ignored for love matches, disregarding that the arranged marriage will secure national safety. Forget Asian values; I can't even imagine a soldier that has risked life and reputation for her country would disregard that on a basis of "my duty is to my heart". Nor would three princesses that agreed with their father's request, having likely be reared with the understanding that their position is because of their responsibility to their country. Anyhow, the short version of this point that got away from me is that the sequel disregards a valuable and universal idea of duty in favor of an unnecessary ideal of romance that's overly stressed on girls as is, thus taking away from a good thing and offering less.
The final thing that makes this irksome is the offensive stereotyping this movie contains. Mulan I was actually researched to an extent and the worst of it was the exaggeration of honor and the treatment of women (which was more a dramatic device). While not deeply accurate, there is the illustration that much of the spiritual veneration in medieval China was ancestral, with totem-like guardians being much more secondary and more a device to bring in Mushu. Then, in the sequel, we get the "Great Golden Dragon of Unity". The first mention of this Dragon of Unity had me honestly asking, "What the hell is this, Disney?" aloud while watching Mulan II. It's such a blatantly stereotypical fabrication on Disney's part that I wouldn't be surprised to see it in Vegas as a tourist trap in some Chinese-themed casino and drive-thru chapel. The fabrication of the nation "Qui Gong" (again, a verbal comment was made at this mention, along the lines of, "The country of Energy Flow? Said incorrectly?") is also eye-roll worthy, as well as several other Chinese-stereotyping features throughout the film.
These are the kind of stereotypes that are actually limiting what Asian entertainers can get jobs portraying in major western entertainment, and I can only picture the cast cringing internally at they things they had to say and see after getting to do the first film. I feel especially bad for Gedde Watanabe, since he's basically back to being in a film with the same stereotypes he had to do in Sixteen Candles twenty-one years before.
At least he's not named for a duck's donger in this one...
Honestly, my only advice is to borrow it from your local library if you seriously want to subject your kids or yourself to this, and if you had as bad a taste in your mouth as I did after credits roll, watch the deleted opening scene. Five minutes of cut footage gave me all of what I enjoyed in Mulan; scenery, action, and nice dialog between Mulan and Shang that only is outright romantic at the end. It only made it to pencils and storyboards with voice overs, but it's the best the movie has to offer.
Director: Chris Sanders
Cast: Karen Gillan, Harrison Ford, Cara Gee, Dan Stevens, Bradley Whitford, Jean Louisa Kelly, Omar Sy, Wes Brown, Abraham Benrubi, Terry Notary, Preston Bailey, Stephanie Czajkowski, Colin Woodell, Alex Solowitz, Adam Fergus
M4ufree Military Wives
The horror genre is such a guilty pleasure that actually went to a midnight screening of Headhunter at the Dances With Films Film Festival.
I rolled my eyes when the ticket price was ten bucks and saw that the crowd of film-goers seemed largely populated by friends of the production, at least it seemed to be. I mean there were at least a couple hundred people there. At Midnight. So I'm thinking red flag central. I sat in back anticipating an early exit. But what I experienced far exceeded my low expectations.
This wasn't some Michael Bay produced remake glossed up for wide release and big numbers on the opening weekend. Headhunter is an independent horror movie that doesn't benefit from limitless funds and mega stars trying to cash in on the re-surging popularity of this classic genre. Headhunter relied soley on being well written, directed, acted, and edited.
This is not The Exorcist, or The Ring, but it is a smart little film that hits all the beats, all the suspense and all the essential twists and turns well. The make up was great. The effects were great. I mean yeah, it's obvious they had limited funds but it's also obvious that Paul Tarantino is a skilled filmmaker who knows how to make a good film without Stan Winston's genius propping him up.
My hat is off to Tarantino and his cast. Oh yeah, another big reason why I loved Headhunter was because it's pretty damn campy too. It never takes itself too seriously yet stays true to its purpose, Horror. That, to me, is what is so special about this film. Headhunter's a good bet. Rent it.
Director: Peter Cattaneo
Cast: Kristin Scott Thomas, Sharon Horgan, Emma Lowndes, Gaby French, Lara Rossi, Amy James-Kelly, India Ria Amarteifio, Greg Wise, Jason Flemyng, Laura Checkley, Laura Elphinstone, Roxy Faridany, Robbie Gee, Stephen Thompson, Robert Whitelock
I don't mind this cartoon. I came across it a few times on Children's BBC on Saturday mornings. It all-right, I guess. There are some interesting characters and it is kind of fun if you're a 6-year-old. But really? some jokes on this show are pretty god-awful! I mean a lot of the jokes they have are just burned-out, overused puns! And the villains, they suck! Not much of a threat and they are pretty boring. And the supercat sidekick is annoying. Overall, not a bad cartoon. Younger Kids will like but they will be the only ones. Since I have to do ten lines on here. I will say a few more things. Like. Watch Deal or No Deal Christmas Star. It's meant to be good!
Director: Nat Faxon, Jim Rash
Cast: Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Will Ferrell, Miranda Otto, Zoe Chao, Zach Woods, Julian Grey, Kristofer Hivju, Ammon Jacob Ford, Giulio Berruti, Nadiv Molcho, Jono Bergmann, Peter Schorn, Ferdinand Ramml, Kimberly Rydell, Ruth Brauer
I watched all 8 episodes in one sitting when it aired and I'm craving for another season. I haven't enjoyed an adult animated comedy as much as this in a long time. It has the perfect blend of dark humor and drama. The show does a great job of having you become familiar with the characters in a so short season. Hope the next season will be longer but this one was perfectly paced.
My only real complaint about the show is that the animation could look a little better but regardless it's very fun. I hope they take more risks in the upcoming season. Bill Burr and the rest of the cast are also just absolutely wonderful as well.
Director: Jonathan Jakubowicz
Cast: Jesse Eisenberg, Ed Harris, Edgar Ramírez, Clémence Poésy, Matthias Schweighöfer, Bella Ramsey, Géza Röhrig, Karl Markovics, F�lix Moati, Alicia von Rittberg, Vica Kerekes, Tobias Gareth Elman, Kue Lawrence, Christian Clarke, Aurélie Bancilhon
how many ways can one say 'garbage'? Woods Of Evil is so bad it's almost required watching for film students on how not to make a movie.
The story is just too dumb, the acting non-existent, the gore really fake, and the camera-work barely registering.
I will give credit for one thing. When we're first itnroduced to the main guy, he's seeing his probation officer, a MILF-ish Italian woman who should have been in the movie more. She was pretty hot.
But the wigger kid needed to be re-cast and the locations were hardly 'rural', as you could see houses off in the distance. It looked like they kept using the same little wooded area for every outdoor scene.
I also thought it was funny how the slasher was this slow-moving fat guy with a knife but these young slim people couldn't outrun him, or the geniuses they were, just shoot him. So much for being thugs. Next time, stay home, city-boy!
Director: Lorcan Finnegan
Cast: Imogen Poots, Danielle Ryan, Molly McCann, Jesse Eisenberg, Jonathan Aris, C�me Thiry, Senan Jennings, Eanna Hardwicke, Olga Wehrly
M4ufree Little Women
i recently saw this and it was so funny! the story was your typical save akane routine, but in the beginning, it shows all of the characters in the past chase after ranma and haposai. a great opening. the animation is very traditional, the characters are funny as hell, especially panda, and ranma soups up his incredible fighting moves. see this one for hilarious laughs and good times.
Director: Greta Gerwig
Cast: Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson, Florence Pugh, Eliza Scanlen, Laura Dern, Timoth�e Chalamet, Tracy Letts, Bob Odenkirk, James Norton, Louis Garrel, Jayne Houdyshell, Chris Cooper, Meryl Streep, Rafael Silva, Mason Alban
A tribe of cats called the Jellicles must decide yearly which one will ascend to the Heaviside Layer and come back to a new Jellicle life.
Director: Tom Hooper
Cast: Taylor Swift, Francesca Hayward, Idris Elba, Judi Dench, Ian McKellen, Rebel Wilson, James Corden, Mette Towley, Ray Winstone, Laurie Davidson, Jennifer Hudson, Jason Derulo, Naoimh Morgan, Laurent Bourgeois, Robbie Fairchild
M4ufree I Still Believe
*I haven't read any of the books, this review is based solely on the presentation of the TV series*
Let me paint a picture for you: a young man leaves the comforts of his dorm rooms, wallowing in self pity. He's attractive, intelligent, has had the difficulties of college education cushioned by having his student finances and tuition taken care of for him, is graduating very soon with endless possibilities at his fingertips... Knowing all of this, it's quite understandable that he's unhappy and crippled by depression. I mean, life is so hard when you have opportunities banging down your door in this economy. No one understands his burden - well, no one but Ethan Couch. Sound familiar? Well, this is Quentin Coldwater, and he's basically every unrelatable hero you've ever seen on every bad television show in history. He may also be the worst friend in television history as well, but we'll get to that later.
Quentin is totally bummed out because his childhood friend Julia is no longer as into (read 'obsessed with') The Chronicles of Narnia as he is. She's too busy enjoying the company of her friends, her boyfriend, and getting excited over her and Quentin's future to bother with those childish books anymore. What a selfish $&#@%, right? Well, it turns out that this school of Witchcraft and Wizardry really exists, and she and Quentin are to be tested on their abilities. Well, after a written exam, they ask Quentin to demonstrate magic, and after some questionably escalated pushing he makes a deck of cards float about the room and flutter into a perfect scale model of the X-Men mansion. They ask Julia to, well, gtfo. Why? Because reasons. They can determine just by the written exam (and not particularly well as we'll find out later) that she's not particularly special, and have no interest in giving her the same opportunity they gave Quentin. So, they're going to wipe her memory so that she can go back to believing she's a muggle. Ah, but there's much more to Julia than meets the eye; while the instructor's back is turned to her, she does something very clever: she gives herself a shallow cut to the arm, superficial but deep enough to serve its purpose. The cut is a bit of an anchor, an associative memory; when she sees the cut, she can place herself into the moment she inflicted it, this slowly fighting back whatever method they used to make her forget.
Meanwhile, Quentin is fitting right into the crowd at Hogwarts. He's growing snarky, self- absorbed, and slipping right into his 'Chosen One' role quite nicely. And when his old friend calls him to ask for his help regarding his childhood friend Julia, he is completely overtaken with crippling concern and... Ah, who are we kidding? He really didn't care at first. Julia's boyfriend tells Quentin that she's not eating, not sleeping, is in a very bad place, and he's well... He's laughing with his new friends on the other end, distracted, nodding, hoping this conversation ends soon so that he can go back to being important. But he agrees to come mingle with ye olde peasants of his past and speak with her. And here is where Quentin is revealed to be a disgusting scum-#%$& - er, I meant to say a sympathetic hero deserving of our interest and respect. Julia tells him of the cut, and how she's been able to work around their deceit. She's even started teaching herself magic - and is coming along quite nicely for not having all of the advantages available to the students who were accepted. And Quentin is completely understanding like any true friend would be. Oh, right, what he actually does is tear her down quite viciously by reminding her that the instructors informed her that she wasn't unique or special and that she needs to just accept her mediocrity and move on with her pathetic life.
Quite frankly this is when I realized that what I was watching was the wrong side of what would have probably been a fantastic TV show - if Julia was the real heroine. Think about this; Julia is the relatable lead here. She stopped believing in the magic and left it behind only to learn that it was real all along and she was wrong. You think she's going to pull through the exams, rooting on her side, only to find out that she was rejected. But being the clever girl she is, she beats their mind tricks, accepts that she was wrong, and grows a little by understanding all of the time she's wasted over the years by not believing and teaches herself these magic spells. What should have happened is that the villain (or an agent on their behalf) comes for her and the dean has no choice but to let her stay in the academy to protect her from this threat and use her to solve the mystery behind their return, thus allowing her to prove her worth and earn her place among them. Instead, it seems what we have is the foundation of Julia becoming a villain and Quentin keeping his place among the bratty adult-children because he's the Chosen One. He himself hasn't really shown us why he's special or deserving of anything, really. Interesting/Plot-Centric ghosts and individual characters appear before him and speak to him of doom and how he needs to stop the coming threat, but aside from being told he's the hero we never really see him do anything to show us why he is.
Some positive aspects: the effects at least look well done. The direction is pretty damn good for a TV pilot. The score was great. It's very polished, so at least even if it turns out to be a cancellation in the making, it'll be a visually pleasing train-wreck.
Director: Andrew Erwin, Jon Erwin
Cast: Britt Robertson, K.J. Apa, Melissa Roxburgh, Gary Sinise, Abigail Cowen, Nathan Parsons, Shania Twain, Reuben Dodd, Cameron Arnett, Tanya Christiansen, Nicolas Bechtel, Gregory Hobson, She� Dueitt, Nicholas G. Sims, Alyssa Gonzalez
This movie has everything a good exploitation movie should have: Zombies, cannibals, Nazis, naked chicks, blood, action, comedy, piranhas ...unfortunately this movie doesn't quite work as well as it should.
This is the story of a cruise ship that promises some people a trip to exotic locales one of which is Warrior Island where disgraced martial artists go to die. Also on the Island are a band of cannibalistic monks. Through a chain of events too complicated to explain the Nazi pilot who is trading kidnapped women to the monks for jade sinks the cruise ship so it can't go to the island and ruin his deal. The survivors end up on the island anyway and the monks let loose the zombified remains of all of the dead martial artists on the survivors.
At this point you're either intrigued or repelled by the nonsense you just read. If you're repelled move on to the next movie, if you're intrigued keep reading.
Lets be honest this isn't a good movie by any conventional standards. Its got bad acting, bad special effects and a dumb plot. But then again its got the spirit to go for it anyway and it almost manages to be one of the all time classics.
Unfortunately the film falls down in two key areas. First it doesn't know whether its serious or tongue in cheek. There are times when the cast seems to be playing it straight and times when they seem not. The unevenness of tone makes it hard to know how to take the movie so it ends up rubbing you the wrong way. The other problem is that the action sequences are filmed basically in a point and shoot style. There is no excitement generated from what we are seeing on screen because the camera man seems bored by it all. Its awful because this is often a really fun movie at times.
If you are an exploitation movie fan, or a fan of movies that are just out on another planet I'd give this movie a shot, because even with all of the bad in it there is just an incredible collection of wild and way out things going on that you're very likely to find something to love.
On the exploitation scale of 1 to 10- 6.5 rounded up to 7.
Director: Dave Wilson
Cast: Sam Heughan, Eiza González, Vin Diesel, Talulah Riley, Toby Kebbell, Guy Pearce, Lamorne Morris, J�hannes Haukur J�hannesson, Siddharth Dhananjay, Alex Hernandez, Maarten R�mer, Tamer Burjaq, Ryan Kruger, Patrick Kerton, Alex Anlos
M4ufree The Way Back
Back in high school, Jack Cunningham had everything going for him. A basketball phenom, he could have punched his ticket to college or even the pros, but, instead, he chose to walk away from the game, forfeiting his future. Jack's glory days are long gone...but, as it turns out, not forgotten. Years later, he gets the chance to take back his life when he is asked to coach the struggling basketball team at his alma mater. Jack reluctantly accepts, surprising no one more than himself, and as the boys start to come together as a team and win, he may get his last shot at redemption.
Director: Gavin O'Connor
Cast: Ben Affleck, Janina Gavankar, Michaela Watkins, Hayes MacArthur, Da'Vinchi, Matthew Glave, Rachael Carpani, Todd Stashwick, Marlene Forte, Inka Kyt�, Glynn Turman, Melvin Gregg, T.K. Carter, Lukas Gage, Jeremy Ratchford
M4ufree The Gentlemen
I am not that much in favour of documentaries that have to with sensitive scientific topics like brain-computer interfaces, genetics, biology, energy etc. The reason for that is that usually these topics require extensive knowledge and in-depth analysis in order to fully understand the topic addressed; something that is really difficult to achieve through a documentary. Nevertheless, these documentaries are really well-structured, exploring state-of-the-art technologies with top scientists and not only they present complex notions in simple terms but also they are really up-to-date.
Although some episodes are far more interesting than others, all of them are well-directed, well-narrated and in general well-presented. Being a scientist myself, I found all of them interesting and I would definitely recommend watching them even if you lack basic scientific knowledge. As aforementioned, the complex notions and difficult theories behind the science presented are given in an way that anyone can understand.
Director: Guy Ritchie
Cast: Matthew McConaughey, Charlie Hunnam, Michelle Dockery, Jeremy Strong, Colin Farrell, Henry Golding, Hugh Grant, Jason Wong, Christopher Evangelou, Eliot Sumner, Chloe Arrowsmith, Brittany Ashworth, Russell Balogh, Simon. R. Barker, Steve Barnett
Release: February 06, 2020
M4ufree Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn
A show that seems to take itself serious yet not serious at the same time. A perfect mix of stupidity and hilarity that will have you craving more. Jon Glaser does a perfect job capturing his character "Neon Joe" and all of the characters play a part in the show and aren't throwaways. The hilarious he-yump always seems to put a smile on my face no matter the context used and the multiple cameos are fantastic. If you enjoy cheesy comedy that involves werewolves and sexual antics this will not cease to amaze you.
If you're into shows like Delocated and Rick and Morty you'll thoroughly enjoy Neon Joe.
Director: Cathy Yan
Cast: Margot Robbie, Rosie Perez, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Ewan McGregor, Ella Jay Basco, Chris Messina, Ali Wong, David Ury, Sara Montez, Isabel Pakzad, Daniel Bernhardt, Kc Strubbe, Jacky Shu, Paloma Rabinov
Onward M4ufree (2020)
Release: March 04, 2020
...so says the blurb on the Australian video cover of this film. Hanna D appears to be some sort of homage to the former, much more superior German film.
Set in Amsterdam, this Italian film was dubbed into English for its release in English speaking countries. It is about a girl named Hanna, borne of a troubled, uncaring and womanising alcoholic mother (the mother gives an appalling, extreme performance). We have to make the presumption that the virginal Hanna starts to sell her body thanks to the troubles she has had endured due to her parents' separation some years earlier. A man who eventually takes her virginity, becomes her pimp, and introduces her to heroin saves Hanna from some rampaging prostitutes, angry with her after they believe her to be encroaching upon their territory. Hanna eventually meets another straight-laced man, with both characters literally falling instantly in love. You see them about 1 minute later ca-noodling in the streets of Amsterdam, having just met on a ferry! Eventually, this 'troubled' relationship results in some strange (illogical, actually) dramas with the pimp. Indeed, there is no logic to the story's progression, and the acting... it's REAL bad, sadly not even bad enough to be considered 'good'.
The Italians often take old ideas and re-jig them into something else - with a tendency to make things more explicit or extreme. This has been seen in various Giallo productions, and it can be seen here. Everything that was largely implied in Christiane F is made explicit. There is a copious amount of full-frontal nudity, and what appears to be close up shots of real drug injecting. We discover new ways of injecting drugs - under the tongue, in the scalp, and even under the eyelid. As was the case with scenes in Christiane F, you even see Hanna experiencing a drug withdrawal, complete with chunky vomit and some pretty ridiculous acting. And there is an unforgettable scene of a woman retrieving a small vial of drugs from her jail mate's anus - these are scenes that stay with you, but for all the wrong reasons.
To be fair, it is not unreasonable to expect an Italian 'remake' to be pretty over the top. Hanna D sure is over the top! On the one hand it is amusing and silly, and on the other you might think 'why did they even bother'.
This film did not appear to have had a wide release back in the 80s, and it is not hard to see why. It was released in Australia back in the mid-80's some time, and has had some exposure in parts of Europe and North America. This film is to soon receive a DVD release.
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