Monday, July 15, 2024

Kristin Battestella

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Retro Comedies Worth Revisiting

Some of these 80s and 90s romps were sleeper hits and others were reviled. However, the successful good humor or forgotten bad pastiche herein are both worthy of a new millennium viewing. Can't...

Classic Movie Review: ‘Stand By Me’ Remains Sentimental

Director: Rob ReinerWriters: Stephen King, Raynold Gideon, Bruce A. EvansStars: Zoe Ziegler, Luke Philip Bosco, June Walker Grossman Synopsis: A writer recounts a childhood journey with his friends to find the body...

Movie Review: ‘Sunrise’ is Too Many Movies In One

Director: Andrew BairdWriter: Ronan BlaneyStars: Alex Pettyfer, Guy Pearce, Crystal Yu Synopsis: A man, Fallon (Alex Pettyfer) roams the land as a creature of the night as he comes to terms with tragic...

Movie Review: ‘Consecration’ is a Disappointing Parable That Can’t Be Taken Seriously

Director: Christopher SmithWriters: Christopher Smith, Laurie CookStars: Jena Malone, Danny Huston, Will Keen Synopsis: After the alleged suicide of her priest brother, Grace travels to the remote Scottish convent where he fell to...

Classic Movie Review: ‘Johnny Mnemonic’ is Campy, Yet Cerebral

Director: Robert LongoWriter: William GibsonStars: Keanu Reeves, Dolph Lundgren, Ice-T Synopsis: A data courier, literally carrying a data package inside his head, must deliver it before he dies from the burden or is...

Superficial Enjoyment of ‘Zone 414’

Tycoon Marlon Viedt (Travis Fimmel) sends former detective turned freelance investigator David Carmichael (Guy Pearce) into Zone 414 – Veidt's safe zone for interacting with his lifelike robots in all manner of...

‘Chances Are’ Remains Charming

After a flirtatious meeting with Miranda Jeffries (Mary Stuart Masterson) at Yale, Alex Finch (Robert Downey Jr.) remembers his past life as her late father, Louie Jeffries (Christopher McDonald). Alex renews his...

Odd and Unusual Sharon Stone Films

From early horror and obscure thrillers to Razzie worthy bads and maligned comedy, these peculiar films peppering Sharon Stone's repertoire remain surprisingly entertaining viewing despite their flaws – or maybe because of...

Kristin Battestella

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