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    Thank you, Cyber Girl. Captivating story about a recently deceased couple who seek help from a mischievous spirit, one who has an altogether different agenda planned. Great acting, really fun comedic sequences, decent special effects, and a standout performance by Michael Keaton as Beetlejuice. One of those movies that never gets old for me, despite multiple viewings. Best regards, Dana
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    Thank you, Cyber Girl. Sequel to 2007’s Ghost Rider, featuring Nicolas Cage in a role that was quite appropriate for his overacting style. The special effects and action sequences were impressive, although the fantasy storyline did stretch the boundaries of imagination. Maybe not as engaging as the 2007 original, but there were still plenty of memorable moments. Best regards, Dana
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    Thank you, Cyber Girl. Even though this film would seem on the surface to be simply a Swedish reimagining of 1981’s Evil Dead, in my mind it is a strong entry in the genre. Maybe the story and dialog lacked somewhat in coherence, but the sincerity of the actors plus the well-executed bloody effects overshadowed any shortcomings for me. Very intense movie, and quite entertaining. Link here was no longer functional, but I found a copy to watch. Best regards, Dana
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    Thank you, Barry and Cyber Girl. Terrific Sergio Leone saga, following after his equally-impressive films starring Clint Eastwood. Charles Bronson and Henry Fonda were both excellent in their respective roles, and the rest of the cast and the period-correct settings were excellent. If it had any faults, it would be the two-hours-and-forty-five minutes run-time, which did seem a bit excessive. Nonetheless, a must-see for those searching for a tough and gritty western. Links here were no longer active, but I was able to find a copy to watch. Best regards, Dana
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    Thank you, Cyber Girl. Very comical zombie movie, filled with bizarre characters and a fast pace to keep things lively. The special effects were well done, and there was an obvious nod to 1968’s Night of the Living Dead, which I found clever and appropriate. One of the best comedy-zombie films I have seen, right up there with 2008’s Dance of the Dead and 2012’s A Little Bit Zombie. Really enjoyed watching it. Best regards, Dana
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    Thank you, Cyber Girl. Paul Ruebens expands his Pee-Wee’s Playhouse man-child persona into a full-length chaotic adventure to recover his prized bicycle. Definitely an acquired taste for adults, but a lot of fun if you are in the mood for offbeat characters and quirky comedy. Quite enjoyable for me. Best regards, Dana
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    Thank you, Cyber Girl. Familiar theme of a family in peril from a group of ne’er-do-well’s who prey on the good nature of others. A solid storyline, convincing acting, and good action sequences helped create the suspense that maintained my interest level through to the great ending sequence. Christopher Lambert was good as always, but I also found it interesting to see a young Josh Brolin in an early movie role. Very entertaining film, with some nice twists. Best regards, Dana
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    Thank you, Cyber Girl. Cerebral drama focused on a small group of women prisoners in a desolate Russian facility. Excellent performances, played from a psychological and philosophical perspective, rather than focusing only on the misery and brutality of the situation. Very dark movie, both in subject matter and the dismal environment. The ending could be interpreted in different ways, making it linger in my mind after viewing. Definitely had some memorable moments. Best regards, Dana
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    Thank you, Cyber Girl. Thanks also to Barry for the added links. Really fun comedy-horror movie, filled with self-obsessed teens, quirky characters, ultra-creepy monsters, and plenty of carnage to keep up the tempo. The science behind the pregnancy made little sense, but it didn’t matter because the focus was on the chaos it created. Highly-enjoyable chuckle-worthy film, liked it a lot. Best regards, Dana
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    Thank you, Barry. Thanks also to Cyber Girl for the added links. Nice follow-up to the 2014 entry, with Angelina Jolie reprising her role as the fearsome Maleficent. Jolie was excellent as before, but Michelle Pfeiffer was a standout as a Queen with her own self-serving agenda. Excellent story, wonderful special effects, and the expected happy ending. No disappointments. Best regards, Dana
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    Thank you, Cyber Girl. Outstanding film with the familiar theme of physical enhancement through electronics, but presented with a unique storyline. Imaginative special effects, intense action, and a fast pace combined to create a truly exceptional movie. Really liked it, definitely would watch again. Thanks also to Barry for the added links. Best regards, Dana
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    Thank you, Cyber Girl. Captivating intertwining story about killers-for-hire and corrupt law enforcement, and the eventual fate that each encounters. Nicolas Cage was pretty good here, offering a more-controlled portrayal of a man calmly dealing with multiple agendas. This movie even had a little film noir quality to it, and despite the lackluster ending, it was enjoyable to watch. Best regards, Dana
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    Thank you, Cyber Girl. Sequel to the first entry, with a solid story and impressive animation. There did seem to be an overabundance of musical sequences, which made the pacing of the story a bit uneven for me. Nonetheless, this movie was still enjoyable to see. Thanks also to Barry for the added links. Best regards, Dana
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    Thank you, Cyber Girl. Intriguing tale about prohibition moonshiners making a bold stand against corrupt law enforcement, who are determined to get their share of the profits. Acting was excellent by all, but Guy Pearce was a standout as the self-obsessed Special Deputy. Although somewhat limited, the action sequences were intense and graphic. Very entertaining film. Best regards, Dana
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    Thank you, Cyber Girl. Quirky drama about a bride who feels she is being led by her father into a life not of her choosing, and a gardener who enjoys the security of staying within the confines of his employer’s property. The unlikely duo form a bond as they unintentionally join together to reunite the bride with her mother, and the gardener with an important person in his life. Feelings range from poignant to euphoric, as the journey continues. Not something I would normally watch, but I did find it surprisingly enjoyable. Best regards, Dana
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