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Release: August 15, 2019
M4ufree 47 Meters Down: Uncaged
Felt this was let down by the marketing and fairly bland trailers. I only watched since Sean Bean was in it, thank goodness I did! Whilst its pretty slow initially, after 2 episodes when it all starts coming together the show stands out as a very creative one, with what I certainly felt was a completely original story based around the Frankenstein lore. In this respect it was a great surprise, and like others have mentioned, with so many shows coming out now based on established materials this was very refreshing.
Hopefully we see more, since whilst I do appreciate shows that keep it short and direct, instead of like others dragging on longer than they should (you know who you are!), this is one story that certainly has more to tell.
Not to miss.
Director: Johannes Roberts
Cast: Sophie Nélisse, Corinne Foxx, Brianne Tju, Sistine Rose Stallone, Brec Bassinger, John Corbett, Nia Long, Axel Mansilla, Khylin Rhambo, Davi Santos
M4ufree Good Boys
Oasis is a very powerful film about love. Usually, romance movies have such good looking main characters with perfect soul that audience can think only decent people deserve to love. But in reality, not many people have lives like in "Pretty Woman".
Oasis completely reverses this cliche. Two main characters are hated by everyone. Jong-Doo is a three time ex-prisoner, and Gong-Ju is cebral palsy. Sol Kyoung Gu and Moon So Ri give such brilliant performances that at first I was annoyed by Jong-Doo and felt uncomfortable watching Gong-Ju's twisted body.
The scenes that Gong-Ju sometimes turns into normal and sings and plays coquetish show her wish very well. And the scene that Jong-Doo cuts off the branch which Gong-Ju scares is so powerful and emotional.
Some audience say the last scene is passimistic but I see that someday their love will blossom.
Director tells the audience that they are the ones who have prejudice to minor people and they should see them as warmly as others.
Director: Gene Stupnitsky
Cast: Jacob Tremblay, Keith L. Williams, Brady Noon, Molly Gordon, Midori Francis, Izaac Wang, Millie Davis, Josh Caras, Will Forte, Mariessa Portelance, Lil Rel Howery, Retta, Michaela Watkins, Christian Darrel Scott, Macie Juiles
Release: May 24, 2019
M4ufree The Secret Life of Pets 2
It is very fun to watch. I have two cars and the behavior looks very alike. The music MV from snowball at the end of the movie is very impressive as well. Lots of fun.
Director: Chris Renaud, Jonathan del Val
Cast: Patton Oswalt, Kevin Hart, Harrison Ford, Eric Stonestreet, Jenny Slate, Tiffany Haddish, Lake Bell, Dana Carvey, Bobby Moynihan, Hannibal Buress, Chris Renaud, Ellie Kemper, Pete Holmes, Henry Lynch, Nick Kroll
This highly-touted film about Elton John that blends the biopic and musical genres together has one big selling point: Taron Egerton's go-for-broke performance as the deeply troubled musical genius. Regrettably, the film as a whole is self-indulgent and cliche-ridden to the hilt and goes down as a misfire.
Problematic right out of the gate, the film has to overcome a befuddling start which takes place from the tawdry vantage point of a psychiatric support group and frames the film's narrative from that trivializing angle from there on out. Perhaps a film of better nuance could have pulled this off but here we have camp, mawkishness and exploitation all rolled into one. The end result is a film whose tone is dumbfounding, annoying and at times embarrassing to endure. The musical numbers in this film are mostly perplexing and very rarely effective in conveying this life story.
I am not one to criticize a biopic because I realize it's a genre that is beholden to the life it is portraying. While I don't question the film's accuracy in portraying how awful Elton John's personal demons were, a film with more discipline almost definitely could have done better. A campy film, one that keeps poking you in the eye with how bad it is, will not tell anyone's story all that well, let alone a legend like Elton John.
Bearing in mind that Egerton's performance has to be seen to be believed, I nevertheless decline to recommend this.
Director: Dexter Fletcher
Cast: Taron Egerton, Jamie Bell, Richard Madden, Bryce Dallas Howard, Gemma Jones, Steven Mackintosh, Tom Bennett, Matthew Illesley, Kit Connor, Charlie Rowe, Peter O'Hanlon, Ross Farrelly, Evan Walsh, Tate Donovan, Sharmina Harrower
Release: May 29, 2019
M4ufree Godzilla II: King of the Monsters
Along with Smith & Jones, Gareth Hale and Norman Pace made up the other popular British comedy duo to brighten our screens in the nineties. They spent less time on satirising the big issues and more on sexual innuendos and dirty jokes than S & J, with the kind of sniggering enthusiasm that has always been the English approach to toilet humour. Not surprisingly, their regular characters included two imbecilic teenagers with penchant for sadomasochistic pranks, and a pair of so-nice-you-just-wanna-puke children's show hosts who dropped outlandish double entendres with smiling innocence. They also had something of a gangster fetish, best realised in the two Rons, a pair of stone-faced cockney hoods in black tie who had a firm faith in the compatibility of electrodes and testicles. They shamelessly drew and played on the boorish, sexist and national chauvinistic mentality so loved by the British tabloid press and still too often prevalent when dealing with anything or anyone across the Channel, but never really succumbed to endorsing it without that tongue on the cheek. They always were a bit too clever and a bit too juvenile for that.
Interestingly, Hale & Pace also shone in the obligatory musical numbers that closed their shows, producing a few classics such as the Chris Rea parody "The Voice from Hell"; the Scottish rap duo McHammer (probably not a joke anymore); a country and western song about the singer's Dad, who was a Nazi transvestite, "a goose-stepping man of the night"; and one Godley&Creme-style video that took all the sloppy metaphors in the song's lyrics just a bit too literally. Often these are the most perfunctory parts of a sketch show, but they had enough hits to warrant the one all-music special that combined the best of their singing career.
There is of course only so many ways you can crack a joke about the French, premature ejaculation or the oafishness of anyone with a regional accent, and Hale & Pace eventually started to lose their potency. But their best skits still hold up today, smutty but clever, liberatingly funny in their incorrectness and their vigorously exploited stereotypes.
Director: Michael Dougherty
Cast: Kyle Chandler, Vera Farmiga, Millie Bobby Brown, Ken Watanabe, Ziyi Zhang, Bradley Whitford, Sally Hawkins, Charles Dance, Thomas Middleditch, Aisha Hinds, O'Shea Jackson Jr., David Strathairn, Anthony Ramos, Elizabeth Ludlow, Jonathan Howard
Anti-war movies have come in many shapes and sizes – from the shocking to the satirical, from the blunt to the oblique – but few are as simply effective as Hell in the Pacific. At turns suspenseful, mysterious, cartoonishly funny and touchingly human, it boils the conflict down to the adventures of two men on opposite sides forced to share an island, but rather than just being a trite allegory, it convincingly demonstrates the benefits of co-operation over competitiveness, and shows that mistrust and enmity are not necessarily innate.
Ignoring the ridiculously abrupt ending, Hell in the Pacific is excellent in its structure. Considering that the target audience is going to be English-speaking (although the experience would not be too diminished for a Japanese audience) the story is told in the beginning from the perspective of the Japanese man. The American character is a mere presence amid the trees, and the fact that we can understand him is of little consequence because he doesn't say much of relevance. The Toshiro Mifune character is more loquacious, even though most viewers won't know what he's saying, and Lee Marvin's relative quietness emphasises the wordless savagery of the first half. It's only as the picture progresses and the men become more amiable towards each that they become recognisably human characters. But even this is done more through imagery than words, giving us an equally good impression of the two of them despite the language barrier.
This telling from the Japanese point-of-view is also reinforced in the methods of director John Boorman, who often makes the camera Mifune's eyes or keeps him up front while Marvin lurks in the background. Other than that, Boorman's style as a director is like a love letter to Akira Kurosawa and Sergio Leone, the latter especially. He gives us gnarly close-ups, a dynamic rhythm and eye-catching tableaux such as the shot of Marvin and Mifune as they arrive on the second island, like statues about to leap into action. It is all very overtly stylised, but it is a pretty neat way of keeping this story of such simple elements constantly interesting and engaging.
Toshiro Mifune is well-known to even the most casual of foreign cinema buffs, being the favourite star of the aforementioned Kurosawa. It's nice to see him used well in this less familiar context. The only other non-Japanese picture I have seen him in is a bizarre British-made Western called Red Sun, which is incidentally one of the worst films I have ever seen. You notice, seeing him here opposite Lee Marvin, he is not a tall man, but he makes up for this with his strong presence and irascible energy. But it's not all about the rage. I like here his passively bemused responses when Marvin is ranting at him. Lee Marvin shows his easy capacity for turning a serious-sounding performance into something surprisingly comical, such as his acting out of throwing the stick and picking it up.
Appropriately for a movie of few words, music plays a big part in Hell in the Pacific. The Lalo Schifrin score is by turns haunting, playful, and sometimes teasingly melodramatic. It is an unusually big score for a movie that is otherwise so minimalist, but its constant variation and inventiveness suits the action very well. And, aside from the power of its message, this is part of what makes Hell in the Pacific so appealing. It is all of a piece, a mesmerising tone poem on a the fate of humanity.
Director: Tate Taylor
Cast: Octavia Spencer, Diana Silvers, Juliette Lewis, McKaley Miller, Corey Fogelmanis, Gianni Paolo, Dante Brown, Tanyell Waivers, Dominic Burgess, Heather Marie Pate, Tate Taylor, Luke Evans, Margaret Fegan, Missi Pyle, Allison Janney
Release: July 26, 2019
M4ufree Horrible Histories: The Movie - Rotten Romans
I've always found HH amusing on the telly box, by 8 year old twin girls love it, so I'm often in the room when it's on.
I wasn't sure what to expect from it's move to the cinema, but I went with an open mind.
It's got a very strong cast from Britain's sitcom/tv drama/stand up stable, and it's had a very clever script written for it too. There are many, I suppose Easter eggs, in there some obvious, some not so, but I found them funny and clever.
Ok so some of the humour is a bit toilet based, but so is most British humour! It's very similar to some of the better Carry On films, obviously without the cruder humour.
It's got a bit of a slating on here, which to be honest I found a bit sad. Do yourself, and your kids a favour and on a rainy day this holidays go see it!
Director: Dominic Brigstocke
Cast: Sebastian Croft, Emilia Jones, Nick Frost, Craig Roberts, Kate Nash, Kim Cattrall, Derek Jacobi, Rupert Graves, Warwick Davis, Alexander Armstrong, Kevin Bishop, Chris Addison, Ben Ashenden, Joanna Bacon, Sanjeev Bhaskar
Release: May 16, 2019
M4ufree John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
Face it, we all have different senses of humor, so a movie like "Cabin Boy" will appeal strongly to some, while others will despise it. Personally this movie fits my style of comedy perfectly. I love non-sequiturs, absurdity, and characters who are insanely quirky. Chris Elliot, as another reviewer pointed out, seems to have been ahead of his time. The style of comedy he honed on the Letterman show and the "Get a Life" sitcom was pure absurdist brilliance, and it shines through in this movie.
A few of my favorite quotes from the movie (and I'm going mostly from memory here):
`Half man plus half shark equals one complete gentleman.' (Nathaniel)
`I'm sorry, I was just thinking how much fun it is to roast pumpkin seeds.' (Nathaniel)
`Would you like to buy a monkey?' (Dave)
`Well. thanks for that. whatever that was.' (Nathaniel)
`I'm drawn to you, even though you have the breeding of a carnival barker.' (Nathaniel)
`I just don't get it! She seems totally uninterested in me, despite my smothering obsessiveness!' (Nathaniel)
`Oddly enough, it kind of tastes like marzipan!' (Nathaniel)
Nathaniel: `I love sitting up here, looking at those bright, twinkly things in the sky, I forget their technical name.' Trina: `Stars.' Nathaniel: `Whatever.'
How can anyone not love these lines? Ah, diff'rent strokes, I guess. Another favorite scene of mine is when "Cappy" goes to sleep nestled up to Chris and they wake up in each other's arms the following morning. Just the expression on Chris' face while sleeping is so glorious.
All the complaints I've seen about Elliot's demeanor indicate to me that people have completely missed the point. They talk about how annoying and whiny he is, but that's the whole point of his character in this film: a rich snotty kid who is forced to endure the antics of those from the less privileged caste (but who are no less intellectually challenged, natch).
I typically don't like comedy movies, because they're just way too formulaic and rigid--I tend to prefer sketch comedy or stand-up/improvisation. But with this movie, I can't stop laughing. I'm always eager to see where Chris Elliot will pop up next, and sadly it's been too long. But As Nathaniel one said to Chocky, "I shan't forget you!"
Director: Chad Stahelski
Cast: Keanu Reeves, Halle Berry, Ian McShane, Laurence Fishburne, Mark Dacascos, Asia Kate Dillon, Lance Reddick, Tobias Segal, Anjelica Huston, Sa�d Taghmaoui, Jerome Flynn, Randall Duk Kim, Margaret Daly, Robin Lord Taylor, Susan Blommaert
M4ufree Annabelle Comes Home
I have never written a review on IMDb, but after watching the last season, I feel like I have to let the world know how I felt throughout the series. This Series takes of starting with a rather casual slice of life of someone called Dev. A guy in his thirties acting in TV commercials for a living. He was born and raised in America. Thats all you need to know.
I don't want to go in depth and just want to tell you how i feel. There are mainly two big themes in this series, culture and love, which are also intertwined in many episodes. Many culturally themed episodes are just funny, very charming and feel very real. I sympathized and understood how a scene must have felt.
Love doesn't feel as intense in the first season as in the second season. Where in the first season "love" was displayed lightheartedly, in the second one it takes you on a emotional and very intense ride. Near the end the tension I felt was so unbearable, I couldn't stop until I knew what would happen.
For me this series took off slowly, but engaging. Now, after the second season I know this is something I will remember for the rest of my life, because it made me feel something very powerful.
Director: Gary Dauberman
Cast: Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Mckenna Grace, Madison Iseman, Katie Sarife, Michael Cimino, Samara Lee, Kenzie Caplan, Sade Katarina, Michael Patrick McGill, Brittany Hoza, Sheila McKellan, Eddie J. Fernandez, Steve Coulter, Luca Luhan
M4ufree The Last Black Man in San Francisco
Wow. I had high hopes for this movie when I saw the trailer, and for once in my life, my expectations were exceeded. I cannot stress enough how beautiful this film is. Try to watch it in theatres if you get the chance because the cinematography is breathtaking. The film created such a dreamy atmoshpere while simultaneously mainting a harsh realism about life in San Francisco. Meanwhile, numerous human themes are explored, including masculinity, racial stereotypes, friendship, gentrification, class, etc. I also commend both Jonathan Majors and Jimmie Smalls (hopefully I spelled correctly) on amazing performances. Smalls' displays more subtle emotion, while Majors shocks you with an Oscar-worthy performance that packs so much emotion. I just wanted to cry the entire time. Sometimes because of the sheer beauty of what was on screen. Everything is enhanced by the brilliant score. I'm done raving, but please do yourself a favor and go watch this movie.
Director: Joe Talbot
Cast: Jimmie Fails, Jonathan Majors, Danny Glover, Tichina Arnold, Rob Morgan, Mike Epps, Finn Wittrock, Thora Birch, Willie Hen, Jamal Trulove, Jello Biafra, San Quinn, Daewon Song, Andy Roy, Jordan Gomes
A Dog's Journey M4ufree (2019)
Release: May 3, 2019
M4ufree A Dog's Journey
I am an amateur military history buff, particularly WW1 and WW2.
I love the restored weapons displayed on the show, seeing them brought back from the junkyard and fired once again, though not in anger.
But the host is one of the most obnoxious people I have ever seen. It's not that, as another reviewer put it, he's some southern redneck who loves to run around shooting things. Who wouldn't love a chance to fire a quad .50 or a Pak 40, just to hear and see it.
It's the ridiculous reenactments he does, the pointless trips all over the place in search of spare parts, when a telephone call would do.
I have watched other, similar shows hosted by gun dealers/collectors, who present the show as it should be done. An explanation of the weapon's history and creation, where and when it was in use, some not too technical stuff about the inner workings of the weapon.
Some facts and figures, comparisons to like weapons of Its day, it's predecessors.
If they would get rid of the stupid "I'll travel the world to find this part", and get a host that wasn't, for lack of a better term, an annoying goof, I'd rate the show an 8 and never miss an episode.
But the host is SO annoying I can't stand to watch it, despite it being a topic I love.
Director: Gail Mancuso
Cast: Dennis Quaid, Abby Ryder Fortson, Betty Gilpin, Kathryn Prescott, Marg Helgenberger, Josh Gad, Jake Manley, Daniela Barbosa, Ian Chen, Henry Lau, Jeff Roop, Kevin Claydon, Emma Volk, Stefanie Wiens, Cherissa Richards
Release: August 08, 2019
M4ufree Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark
I'm very surprised to see so many positive reviews. This movie is a mess. It's not scary, the "comedy" is painfully cheesy, and the acting is mostly horrible. Do not waste your time or money. Worst movie I've seen in theaters in years.
Director: André Øvredal
Cast: Zoe Margaret Colletti, Michael Garza, Gabriel Rush, Dean Norris, Gil Bellows, Lorraine Toussaint, Austin Zajur, Natalie Ganzhorn, Austin Abrams, Kathleen Pollard, Stephanie Belding, Hershel Blatt, Javier Botet, Will Carr, Will Corno
M4ufree After the Wedding
...it's just too boring. Too slow. 30 minutes in and nothing has happened yet. I don't care what happens to any of the characters, anyway, at this point. The writing/directing doesn't manage to create a bond between the audience and the film.
After reading a couple of decent reviews, I thought to give it a shot but...I ended up walking out 45 minutes in. Not a fan of the cast, either (Moore is fine, however), which didn't help.
Director: Bart Freundlich
Cast: Michelle Williams, Julianne Moore, Billy Crudup, Will Chase, Doris McCarthy, Abby Quinn, Azhy Robertson, Alex Esola, Alex Cranmer, Eisa Davis, Susan Blackwell, Eric D. Hill Jr., Mackenzie Owens, Jeff Kim, Greta Quispe
M4ufree The Kitchen
I was pleased to see that I was able to give this movie 0 stars. The only stars I wanted to see while watching this movie were the ones spinning around my head after I hit my self over the head with a pan. It would be less painful then seeing that movie. I can't believe I left my dog home alone for this.
Director: Andrea Berloff
Cast: Melissa McCarthy, Tiffany Haddish, Elisabeth Moss, Domhnall Gleeson, James Badge Dale, Brian d'Arcy James, Jeremy Bobb, Margo Martindale, Bill Camp, Common, E.J. Bonilla, Myk Watford, Wayne Duvall, Pamela Dunlap, John Sharian
M4ufree The Art of Racing in the Rain
I expected this to be about average but what a pleasure to watch such a range of emotions. Heartwarming, breaking and also at time so much fun perfectly balanced and acted. A breath of fresh air.
Director: Simon Curtis
Cast: Kevin Costner, Milo Ventimiglia, Amanda Seyfried, Martin Donovan, Gary Cole, Kathy Baker, Al Sapienza, Lily Dodsworth-Evans, Ryan Kiera Armstrong, Andres Joseph, Karen Holness, McKinley Belcher III, Nakita Kohan, Aliza Vellani, Elizabeth Bowen
Release: September 27, 2019
M4ufree Dora and the Lost City of Gold
After an amicable divorce, Alice (Rachel Blanchard) and Josh (Stephen Moyer) are selling their house, using the service of their friend, the real estate agent Carl (Gabriel Olds) that brings a couple apparently interested in the house. Alice welcomes her friend Jennie (Anna Paquin) that spends the night at home with her. When Alice wakes up, she seeks out Jennie and she finds her murdered in the basement. Alice is subdue and held captive in the basement by the psychopath David (Brian Geraghty) that has moved to her house with his insane sister Lila (Tricia Helfer). Sooner Alice discovers that Lila is more dangerous for her than David, who has a disturbed crush on her. Further, the deranged criminals are killing her friends and acquaintances. Alice also leans that she must act as if she was in love with David to survive.
"Open House" is a predictable slasher with the story of a couple of psychopaths that visits houses for sale with the intention of killing the owners and spend a couple of days in the real estate, by the older brother of Anna Paquin, Andrew Paquin, in his debut and only film. The cameos of his sister and Stephen Moyer to promote this movie, inclusive with their pictures highlighted on the DVD cover, are disappointing and lure the viewer that expects to see the couple acting. Brian Geraghty performs a typical deranged psychopath with no surprises and the story gives the sensation of déjà vu, with the usual clichés of the genre and the classic open conclusion with Lila visiting another house. My vote is five.
Title (Brazil): "Cativeiro" ("Captive")
Director: James Bobin
Cast: Benicio Del Toro, Madelyn Miranda, Dee Bradley Baker, Malachi Barton, Sasha Toro, Marc Weiner, Eva Longoria, Michael Pe�a, Joey Vieira, Pia Miller, Isabela Moner, Jeff Wahlberg, Adriana Barraza, Damien Garvey, Anikka Abelita
M4ufree The Peanut Butter Falcon
I'm just gonna lay it all out right now. I absolutely loved this movie. From start to finish I was smiling, laughing, crying, and as the credits rolled, I looked over at my friend who was with me, and all we could just say was "wow." I can't even begin to put in to words just how much I loved it. The Peanut Butter Falcon revolves around a young boy named Zak, who has down syndrome, and how he follows his dream of becoming a professional wrestler. Along the way he meets Tyler, and together they form an unbreakable bond with one another, and go on the journey of a lifetime together. The writing is all around, really good, and as of now, this is my main contender for best screenplay at the Oscars next year. But what blew me away most about the film is the performances. I honestly had to remind myself at one point that these two men are actors, because their performances just feel so real. Shia Labeouf gives without a doubt the best performance of his career here, and it will for sure garner him a comeback in Hollywood. But the standout was definitely newcomer Zack Gottsagen. Being one of the few actors out there who actually has down syndrome, he plays his part flawlessly. And yes, I know some of you will say that he has a bit of an advantage, but trust me when I say that he is gonna go so far with his career after this. I really hope he gets the recognition he deserves. My only real issue is that there is a subplot in the film that I really didn't feel was necessary. It didn't really add anything, and it's only purpose was to give the story some sort of villain, which it really didn't need in the first place. But all in all, this is an amazing movie. There really hasn't been anything like it, and it deserves to be seen by everyone. It is funny, it is heartwarming, it is so purely and genuinely human, and it is one of my favorite movies of 2019. I give The Peanut Butter Falcon a 9.5/10
Director: Tyler Nilson, Michael Schwartz
Cast: Shia LaBeouf, Dakota Johnson, Zack Gottsagen, John Hawkes, Thomas Haden Church, Bruce Dern, Jon Bernthal, Yelawolf, Jake Roberts, Mick Foley, Raquel Aurora, Michael Berthold, Deja Dee, Karen B. Greer, Noah Hein
M4ufree Blinded by the Light
Your response to Russ Meyer's Pandora Peaks will depend on your tolerance to reused footage, large breasts, rapid-fire editing, and crystal-clear photography used over and over and over again for seventy-one minutes. Keep in mind, this style rarely results in a specific point and discussion of themes housed in the film can definitely be initiated but only to a questionable reward.
My tolerance for this specific material proved rather high because, by the credits, I enjoyed Meyer's swan song, which would send off decades of risqué exploitation pictures that emphasized on the female body and the gloriousness of large breasts. Appropriately, Pandora Peaks focuses on the titular porn star who was incredibly top-heavy with a HHH bust measurement and an incredibly toned figure. The film largely spends its time follows Peaks around as she dresses and undresses, usually in public, and wears outrageously tight outfits that only go on to emphasize her voluptuous figure. During Peaks' scenes, she narrates and discusses her early years, largely spent hiding her unusually large figure thanks to her Christian-Conservative parents before embracing her body and her form later in her years as a stripper and a porn actress.
Peaks is a pretty attractive force, thanks to her beautiful blonde hair, dashing figure, confidence in appearance and position, sensual voice, and, of course, her assets. We get a lifetime's worth of scenes of her having fun with her assets and dressing and undressing for our pleasure. In one scene, she is dressed in loose-fitting blue costume, resembling a cheerleader, as she strips and discusses her work as a dancer at the Marcus Street Cinema. Through nostalgia and its ability to arouse, the scene clicks very well.
Spliced in with the frequent shots of Peaks are shots of places such as Mojave, Palm Desert, Germany, and Berlin, concocting what looks to be a travelogue narrated by Russ Meyer. Other clips from Meyer's older films such as Beyond the Valley of the Dolls and Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!, and shots of another big-breasted model named Tundi. This creates a strangely disjointed "story," that sometimes nauseatingly jumps between Peaks' autobiographical detailing of her life and Meyer's pseudo- travelogue chapter, creating what seems to be an intentionally uneven mash-up of focuses.
However, Peaks' story - which commands a good 60% of the film - is an intriguing one and one of sustainable interest. We get the impression that she is undercutting Meyer's lax approach to this particular project by using this potential-vehicle as an opportunity to allow her personal story to be heard and sincerity on her behalf to prevail. Through her efforts to do this, Peaks becomes likable and more than a big-breasted enigma. Few would be able to erect a personality while the camera's fixation seems to constantly be on your oversized assets.
Regardless of what story we're involved with, Meyer provides us with sharp photography, heavy on color- contrast and clarity and makes a film that is low on continuity, questionable in its intentions, but surprisingly bright and fun to look at.
Yes, there is little presence of a story, and many of the brave souls who will seek out this film are likely to dislike it and write off the entire project as a muddle. You're, in a way, correct. Pandora Peaks, through all its weirdness and inanity, is almost too easy of a target when put in a critical perspective. And yet, Meyer does what he wants with the project, ,molding it and forming it anarchically, forgoing convention and instated formula. The film is, in many ways, a fine send off to a bold filmmaker, and a strong showcase for its titular character, with an emphasis on "tit."
Starring: Pandora Peaks. Directed by: Russ Meyer.
Director: Gurinder Chadha
Cast: Viveik Kalra, Kulvinder Ghir, Meera Ganatra, Aaron Phagura, Dean-Charles Chapman, Nikita Mehta, Nell Williams, Tara Divina, Rob Brydon, Frankie Fox, Hayley Atwell, Sally Phillips, Sofia Abbasi, Asheq Akhtar, Vincent Andriano
M4ufree Red Joan
If you think you know all there is to know about the spy history since 1945, you will find this film pretty interesting and revealing. i have not heard about the ''granny spy'' until now and its a good melodramatic, historic flick, made for the newest generations.
judi dench does a remarkable appearance in this drama that jumps back and forth in history, the present is spun around police interrogation, and dialouges with her gobsmacked lawyer son, and the past where we follow the main from studies at cambridge into advancing into assistant at the nuclear research institute.
its has some romantic interludes here and there, the way they are made weakens the production, because its not profound enough . the score is classic style british drama series style of music, and gives a nice float to the motion.
its worth a glance thinks the grumpy old man if youre into the war and cold war history, and the keywords are like in many other features to forgive , bow and forget. recommended
Director: Trevor Nunn
Cast: Judi Dench, Sophie Cookson, Stephen Campbell Moore, Tom Hughes, Laurence Spellman, Tereza Srbova, Ben Miles, Robin Soans, Kevin Fuller, Stephen Boxer, Simon Ludders, Steven Hillman, Ciar�n Owens, Phill Langhorne, Alfie Allen
The Lion King M4ufree (2019)
Release: July 17, 2019
M4ufree The Lion King
I just finished the sixth episode in one day so I'm totally addicted. The acting is brilliant and the lead is so beautiful. Great casting. I've read awesome reviews and bad reviews thus far so do yourself a favor and watch it for yourself and once you do you will devour it. I'm a male and love it. Never would I think I would ever say that about a female dancing show. It's definitely a drama but has moments of comedy thrown in in random spots. I think people will respond well to it. Its too bad it's only 8 episodes. When the lead dances she literally dances flawlessly. The creator also wrote for breaking bad in a side note. Starz hit a home run with this one but be warned it is for mature audiences. There is sexual content and nudity. But overall it's such a great fun show and the theme song says it all!! Don't let the negative reviews make u reluctant opinions are like... well watch it!
UPDATE JUST FINISHED. . if you enjoyed whiplash you'll love flesh and bone! Only shortcoming is the fact that there are 8 episodes. What a terrific show to binge wow
Director: Jon Favreau
Cast: Chiwetel Ejiofor, John Oliver, James Earl Jones, John Kani, Alfre Woodard, JD McCrary, Shahadi Wright Joseph, Penny Johnson Jerald, Keegan-Michael Key, Eric Andr�, Florence Kasumba, Seth Rogen, Billy Eichner, Amy Sedaris, Chance the Rapper
Date Aired: August 16, 2019
M4ufree Inside Borussia Dortmund
Documentary series chronicles the 2018/19 season of Germany's football team Borussia Dortmund.
M4ufree City on a Hill
In the early 1990s, Boston was rife with violent criminals emboldened by local law enforcement agencies in which corruption and racism was the norm - and then it all changed in what was called the "Boston Miracle." In this fictional account, assistant district attorney Decourcy Ward comes from Brooklyn and forms an unlikely alliance with a corrupt yet venerated FBI veteran, Jackie Rohr. Together, they take on a family of armored car robbers in a case that grows to involve, and ultimately subvert, the entire criminal justice system of Boston.
Cast: Kevin Bacon , Aldis Hodge , Jonathan Tucker , Mark O'Brien , Lauren E. Banks , Jill Hennessy , Jere Shea , Amanda Clayton , Kevin Chapman , Nora Murphy , Grayson Eddey , J. Bernard Calloway
An agent in the FBI's Elite Serial Crime Unit tracks down serial killers and rapists.
Cast: Anna Torv, Cotter Smith, Holt McCallany, Jonathan Groff, Sonny Valicenti
M4ufree Avoiding Apocalypse
How science and technology will help society avoid its collapse as environmental issues are becoming more and more catastrophic.
M4ufree Fear the Walking Dead
What did the world look like as it was transforming into the horrifying apocalypse depicted in "The Walking Dead"? This spin-off set in Los Angeles, following new characters as they face the beginning of the end of the world, will answer that question.
M4ufree Strange World
Investigation on what's known as the "Montauk Project," an alleged government mind-control experiment that supposedly abducted young men.
Date Aired: August 16, 2019
M4ufree Ghost Brothers: Haunted Houseguests
A team of investigators respond to pleas from families experiencing paranormal activity in their homes.
M4ufree Evil Lives Here
How well do you know your housemates? "EVIL LIVES HERE" tells the heart-stopping tales of people who have shared a home, with a killer. In each episode, loved ones reveal how they came to discover their significant other's evil side.
The story of Alfred , a former special-forces officer living in London and working for Bruce Wayne's father.
Cast: Hainsley Lloyd Bennett , Ben Aldridge , Dorothy Atkinson , Jack Bannon , Emma Corrin , Paloma Faith , Jason Flemyng , Ryan Fletcher , Ian Puleston-Davies , Nicki Vickery , Emma Paetz , Richard Clothier , Steve Edwin , Polly Walker , Harriet Slater , Jessica Ellerby , Charlie Woodward
is an action-packed adventure series following a trio of interplanetary bounty hunters as they navigate through political turmoil, questionable morality and complicated relationships.
Cast: Aaron Ashmore, Rob Stewart
Date Aired: August 19, 2019
M4ufree Scooby-Doo and Guess Who?
Faced with some of their toughest mysteries yet, Fred, Daphne, Velma, Shaggy and Scooby-Doo will join forces with some of the biggest names in celebrity and pop culture including NBA superstar Chris Paul, recording artists Halsey and Sia, Ricky Gervais, Kenan Thompson, Bill Nye, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Mark Hamill, Steve Urkel, Batman, Sherlock Holmes, The Flash, Wonder Woman and many more!
Cast: Frank Welker , Grey Griffin , Kate Micucci
M4ufree \'Til Death Do Us Part
'Til Death Do Us Part follows lovers as they embark on relationships that end with a destiny no one expected. The series shows that murder, like true love, is written in the stars. From a suspicious carbon monoxide incident, to a parrot who became an eyewitness to murder, each hour-long episode tells a tragic tale of love turned lethal.
After a supernatural event at his church a preacher enlists the help of a vampire to find God.
Cast: Dominic Cooper, Tom Brooke, W Earl Brown
M4ufree Code of the Wild
Two survivalists-turned-wilderness-private-eyes are on a mission to solve history's greatest mysteries in places inaccessible to the common man. Brothers Casey and Chris Keefer use their unique blend of survival and tracking techniques to enter the heart of these dark recesses and pick up the trail that can finally put long-lost legends to rest.
An agent in the FBI's Elite Serial Crime Unit tracks down serial killers and rapists.
Cast: Anna Torv, Cotter Smith, Holt McCallany, Jonathan Groff, Sonny Valicenti
M4ufree Primal Instinct
The real-life stories of people pulled into seemingly innocent romantic encounters that end up changing the course of their lives forever.
M4ufree Restaurant Impossible
Turning around a failing restaurant is a daunting challenge under the best of circumstances. Attempting to do it in just two days with only $10,000 may be impossible, but that's exactly what Chef Robert Irvine sets out to do in his new Food Network show, . Robert will use a little MacGyver and a lot of muscle to rescue these desperate places from complete collapse. Can one man, in two days, with $10,000, turn the tide of a failing restaurant and give hope to the owners and their employees? Find out as Robert Irvine takes on Restaurant: Impossible.
An agent in the FBI's Elite Serial Crime Unit tracks down serial killers and rapists.
Cast: Anna Torv, Cotter Smith, Holt McCallany, Jonathan Groff, Sonny Valicenti
M4ufree The Rook
The London-set series centers on a young woman pursued by shadowy paranormal adversaries while grappling with extraordinary abilities of her own. After waking in a park with total amnesia surrounded by dead bodies, she must fight to uncover her past, and resume her position at the head of Britain's most secret (supernatural) service before the traitors who stole her memory can finish what they started.
Cast: Emma Greenwell , Joely Richardson , Jon Fletcher , Ronan Raftery , Catherine Steadman , Adrian Lester , Olivia Munn , Ruth Madeley , Joshua Squire , Tamsin Topolski , Barry Atsma , Toby Cordes , Howard Corlett , Michael Karim , Luke Roberts , Michael Thyx , Yohanna Ephrem , Nikolaos Brahimllari , Lee Byford , Stephen Hawke , Michael McElhatton , Manoj Anand , Simon Bubb , Sandeep Mohan , Daniel Paton , Eddie Toll
M4ufree Love After Lockup
Couples finally meet their fiancé upon prison release. Once the bars are gone, will their love survive after lockup on the rocky road to the altar? Will the inmates ditch their mate as they face shocking "firsts", fights & family drama! Is it true love or just a con?
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