A wonderful little movie. A modern remake of Cyrano de Bergerac, where tragedy and loss are transformed into possibility.
The good news? Evil doesn’t die at the end, although we do lose some people getting there.
Very rarely does a sequel come a long to best its progenitor. Why? Well, it seems to me one reason is a lot of sequels try to ride the coat-tails of the original. But then you descend into a kind of formulaic presentation where you’ve basically already read the story, just some of the names […]
I can’t say much about the story of Death Cramps My Style, by Kristopher Hoffman, without spoiling the fun. Let’s just say that some down-to-earth characters, Evil, Feral, and Timber who think the supernatural is nonsense, find out they were premature in their judgement. The characters are quirky, but believable, and I found myself caring […]
You know Python and Carrey and Mercer and Carlin,
you know Seinfeld and Benny and Pryor and Beaverton,
But do you recall
The most famous comic of all?
Sensitive about your Christianity? I have two action items:
- don’t read this review
- don’t buy this book
Every time I watch this film, I feel like I’ve lost a best friend. I waver like a photon, unable to decide if I’m a wave (Withnail) or a particle (I).
I am a fan of the original version of this show. So this new version faces serious competition. “Replay” is the first episode I watched, and I found it an excellent addition to the franchise.
Broken does not mean I cannot see beauty. Shattered does not mean blindness. I Kill Giants is a hell of a movie. You should watch it. It is a lie, but a necessary one, I suppose. If you come away feeling it is a movie for kids… you have my sympathy.