Freddy Got Fingered is the result of what one gets when piles of money are thrown at something that's popular, in an attempt to cash in on said popular property or person, by a massive powerhouse (Fox Studios) that doesn't understand a thing. Green, conscious or not, exploits this and makes something that is both wrong in too many regards and disturbingly timeless. In a strange way I'm sort of glad Green got to be the guy to do such…
Although its not bogged by the middle chapter syndrome that The Towers features, Return is a finer offering regardless. We see Jackson's horror directing sensibilities shine again at the appropriate moments, which at times feel channeled by a dash of Sam Raimi. Exaggerated zooms and angles come into play to heighten the mood servicing the terror about to take place. Jackson also displays rare moments of restraint amidst all the computer imagery and grand set pieces. One such…
Having just attended a recent 20th anniversary event of Cowboy Bebop in Ontario, CA, I thought it was a fitting opportunity to express my love affair with the series, and in particular, its film, which has entertained, thrilled and moved me on a personal level for the better part of my teenage years and adulthood. Cowboy Bebop became a bridge of sorts, linking together two cultures and in the process it opened the eyes of western audiences to what Japan…
Robocop: and how moving up the corporate ladders takes guts.... and lots of blood.
Still a freakishly violent and satirical piece of science fiction that doesn't stray away from Murphy's heart. In an otherwise lesser movie we'd see more of the flashy armor and weaponry in action, but whereas with Robocop we're treated to something deeper than visual flairs and squirting blood packets...... for which there are many here.
Be it A DOLLAR! or several to rent or own, its still worthwhile.