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BARE BONES: AMITYVILLE: THE AWAKENING (2014)

AMITYVILLE: THE AWAKENING (2014)

Unnecessary horror sequel has sat on the shelf for three years and now we know why. Flick has single mother Joan (Jennifer Jason Leigh) moving into the infamous house with rebellious daughter Belle, (Bella Thorne) younger daughter Juliet (Mckenna Grace) and son, James (Cameron Monaghan), who has been in a vegetative state since an incident that Bella blames herself for. 210 more words

Bare Bones

1987 Movie Review: ROBOCOP, 1987

 

Robocop (1987)
Directed by: Paul Verhoeven
Classic Movie Review
Starring: Peter Weller, Nancy Allen, Kurtwood Smith
by Mike Peters

Synopsis:

After being murdered by a ruthless gang of criminals, Alex Murphy (Peter Weller) is resurrected as a crime-fighting cyborg named ‘Robocop’. 799 more words

Dead Poets Society

In 1959, students at the elite Welton Academy find their lives shaken up by the arrival of an unorthodox English teacher, Mr. Keating (Robin Williams). He teaches them to think for themselves, tear out pages from books and stand on desks. 399 more words

Reviews

Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country

Year: 1991
Directed By: Nicholas Meyer
Written By: six different people including Leonard Nimoy, and Nicholas Meyer. Gene Roddenberry (Star Trek)

RYAN’S REVIEW

After suffering through the last two miserable films it’s nice to see they finally took one of their movies seriously again. 831 more words

Sequel

Oscar (1991, John Landis)

Excluding prologue and epilogue, Oscar has a present action of roughly four hours. The movie runs just shy of two hours. A lot happens with a lot of characters. 894 more words

Comedy

I'd Buy That For A Dollar: Rococop: A subversive classic.


1987 was an incredibly rich and varied year for film, from family favourites to brainless action to body horror, it was nothing if not diverse. Amongst the slew of releases there was an action flick that attempted to be something more than just another facsimile of everything else out there by mixing brutal ultra-violence with biting social commentary, that film was Robocop. 416 more words

Film

Robocop (1987)

In the not-too-distant future, Detroit is bankrupt, leading to underfunded police forces and rampant crime. Promising to help with the problem, corporations like Omni Consumer Products try to help however they can. 377 more words

Action