Something the government has been understandably mum on for the last few hundred years is a demon living in the sub-levels of the US Capitol Building.
Watching this movie, even if a lot of it does represent severe worst-case scenarios, is sobering and terrifying.
You can see the twists and turns in Akeelah and the Bee coming from a mile away and yet, this is still a heartwarming movie about potential and the will to achieve.
Why do they even try? Why do studios continually pump out movies hoping to be the next Animal House but with a PG-13 rating? It’s never going to happen. Why do they keep trying?
I would say without this gimmick, A Scanner Darkly would be shrugged off and forgotten in weeks.
They’ve finally done it. They have the technology. They’ve made a movie that is 99.9 percent pure cliché.
Band Camp is a cookie cutter sex comedy and, I swear, you can see the entire lazy formula develop in the first ten minutes.
The time has come when the most foul creature from the depths of Hades draws her plans against us. The world will not be ready for her onslaught, so our only hope resides in the brave souls who have risked their lives and the lives of their families and aquarium stock to bring you images of what life will be like when Evil Kitty finally takes over the world, reigns death from above, and bathes streets in the blood of the non believer!
The Aristocrats is the ultimate example of how the destination isn’t the most important thing… it’s the journey that makes life interesting.
…the plot of this movie does contain a couple of nice twists that makes it pretty good B grade material as opposed to C grade material.