I <3 Nokia Lumia. I <3 iHOP. I <3 Sears.
Let's make it both edgy and accessible – what could possibly go wrong?
Excellent crime drama, a real ignored gem. Not an action/thriller as it's mis-marketed.
Convoluted as hell, but the action scenes are a cinematic revelation in these times.
Unapologetic b-movie perfection.
The best "Hulk" film by far.
Curious concept and strange experience: a pacifist to the bone explosive action film. Bonus: it may actually know what it's doing and the b-movie politics are spot-on. Refreshing to see pure idealism vs Marvel's shameless militarism.
More a painting than a conventional drama, it shows a character frozen in time until the decision about what to do with his life frees him from limbo.
So this space asshole captain sacrifices all because um, because er... I give up.
Best almost-great pop-cinema in a long time. The joke obsession and glamorous makeup/lighting weaken its mighty social/humanist punch, but it shines otherwise. A fun trip and more.
Drinking game in space! Drink up every time something turns out to be something else. I wish I did...
LIke a CGI actor.
Available to watch here: https://vimeo.com/12509233
Well, that escalated quickly O_O
The problem is simple: no danger, no suspense. In D2K if the elevator opens, she dies. Here, what if the detective reaches the door? Nothing. No consequence at all. And that stupid scarf? She could have bought a new one! I don't know. It's a film about nothing being real and nothing mattering anymore. She has feeling or she pretends, but it doesn't matter. If that's the intention, well, it's not fun anymore, Brian.
"Pawn Shop Chronicles" is worthy of "Running Scared".
Longest courtship ever.