The recent change to using quotation marks instead of italics is about the dumbest thing I've ever seen. It makes Tucson Weekly look stupid.
I believe all the documentaries are carried over, including features from the Artisan, CBS, Gold Box, and original New Line FWWM DVDs. Only the audio commentaries are missing (along with some minor but fun stuff like the SNL skit & the Georgia Coffee ads), since Lynch hates commentaries.
actually excited thinking douglas coupland adaptation . . . anyone, anyone . . . ?
Fix your headline blurb - it has the movie title wrong.
I feel that the documentary was very good. I feel it should the real. Coco doesn't look like she knows any other way. Its clear to me that she needs some help. My heart goes out to her because I can tell she loves her her kids. She just wants the best for them.However she needs someone to show her different.
I completely disagree. I paid $40; I got a t-shirt(limited run print) and was able to stream the movie from the comfort of my own home before it even hit theaters. I would have spent that or more to go see it in the theater on a date night or what not. I thought the film was good, I really enjoyed it. Absolutely worth $40 in my book.
Hey, just wanted to let you know that I appreciate that you offer a trailer and LINKED movie times!
Are you KIDDING me? Why is it that every moron who wants to kill themselves also wants to take as much of humanity as possible with them? I mean, if you DON'T LIKE IT, just JUMP OFF THE TRAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!
(also, doesn't the whole premise violate all of physics?)
Pointing out that Donna didn't give her decision to have an abortion a whole lot of (apparent) thought is hardly a criticism. In fact, her unwavering confidence sets this film apart from other mainstream movies that have portrayed abortion as something that can only be approached with a long and agonizing decision-making process.
Do you think that most heterosexually active women have never given a moment's thought to what they would do if they became pregnant before they were ready to be a parent? Because most of them have already contemplated what they would do in that situation, and for many women who have abortions, there is no tortured vacillation at all. Which is precisely what we saw Donna experience in this film.
Ditto for her mother, who was probably relieved that her daughter would get to have a safe abortion rather than get knocked unconscious on a stranger's kitchen table in pre-Roe America.
Obvious Child deserves kudos for presenting a realistic portrayal of abortion without stigma or overwrought dramatics.
Ah. But you do understand why these found-footage horror movies are so abundant, don't you, Bob? There is one reason: they are incredibly cheap.
Think about it. Because the cast is supposed to be made up of "real people", you don't have to hire name actors. Because the footage is supposed to look relatively dated, you don't have to use the best-quality film or cameras. Because the script mainly consists of people screaming, gasping, and saying "Oh my God", you don't have to hire top-notch writers. And if you're dealing with a movie like this, or the "Paranormal Activity" franchise, you don't even have to go to the trouble of hiring an extensive (and expensive) team of CGI technicians.
So there you have it. In a nutshell, schlock like this is the answer to every studio's bear-market woes.
A great review. I saw the movie recently and I think you've hit it on the head as to why its so good. By the end you're left completely satisfied.
Typical subhuman savages of "da inna shitty". They seem to devolve more with each passing generation.
Who wrote this review?
I had always been torn about Chavez, there was enough waves to rock the Republic's shaky boat back then. tenuf, I thought. I became. an elementary teacher in Yuma, my classes mostostly Hispanic. On a lark, I mentioned Chavez: none of them knew who he was! None. He was born there, died here. I was astounded. Out came the text books. There are SCHOOLS on the border named after him, and most of the kids thought he was a BOXER. My hometown? South Philly, and I still know people who can't eat table grapes. So, I started. My opinion changed about him quickly - I don't care if the movie is an A+ or a D -. ANY information about Mr. Chavez is good information to the community. And that from an old White guy.
Boy meets girl---Boy meets airplane--Boy designs A6M5 Mitsubishi Zero Model 21 and Model 52--which swept the Pacific Theater at the start of the Second World War in the Japanese war of Conquest until the Grumman F-6 Hellcat blew the crap out the Zero. I wonderr if the sequel will show the other planes he designed for the Japanese military. Maybe the Germans will do a cute cartoon on Willi Messerschmidt or Ernst Heinkel.
I think I will skip this one and go watch an old episode of "Victory at Sea" and watch us shoot down the Zero.
I love Miyazaki films. I can't wait to see this.
Hey Ex-Arizonan, I fixed the image. Mix up on my part.
Okay...why is an article on Hayao Miyazaki accompanied by a completely unrelated picture of George Takei?
I really, really hope that someone was just asleep at the wheel and that the Weekly isn't delving into "they all look alike to me" territory. :P
Uhmmm no I'm sorry, Henry is handsome but not Christopher Reeve good looking. Christopher Reeve IS STILL BY FAR THE BEST LOOKING SUPERMAN THERE EVER WAS. Henry only had the body sure, but so did Reeve. In his time the men were not supposed to be super buffed but if you had Reeve now buffed up in that age and with his youth? Not even his toe nails can compare to Henry's face hahahah yes I'm a fan. I mean look, let's be real. God perfectly chiseled Reeve's nose, cheekbones and jaw that not even the great Michaelangelo can copy. That towering frame and , Oh my... I'm sorry, I can drown in those American blue eyes till the day I die...
Is it anything like Éire?
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