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dartfever last won the day on November 10 2020

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  1. dartfever

    Thank you, Cyber Girl. Well-crafted thriller, as the suspense steadily builds with Liam Neeson tracking a serial-killer duo. The final scenes as Neeson confronts the killers with the intention of delivering justice were intense and brutal, perfectly fitting the theme of the storyline. Engrossing movie. Best regards, Dana
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    Thank you, Cyber Girl. Punk rock band members get kidnapped by a cult who turn their arms into weapons, and train them as gladiators. Better direction and editing would have given the film more impact, but still not bad even considering the low-budget feel. Pretty offbeat, but irresistibly enjoyable. Best regards, Dana
  3. Use the Mixdrop alternate link posted by Cyber Girl on September 17, 2020, which works fine for the POTC Dead Men Tell No Tales. The original Mixdrop link is the one you have been trying, which will mistakenly download POTC Dead Man's Chest. Hope this helps. Best regards, Dana
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    Thank you, Cyber Girl. Initial movie in the trilogy, where big city folks encounter a phenomenon that defied explanation. Once people started being acquired by unknown entities, the fight to survive began in earnest. It was a bit slow in a few places, but capable acting and stunning special effects held it together nicely. Best regards, Dana
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    Thank you, Cyber Girl. Goofy comedy with Paul Reubens assuming his Pee-Wee Herman persona, encountering multiple strange characters on the road to finding his prized stolen bicycle. Plenty of crazy props and screwy situations, accompanying a lot of slapstick moments. Look for a quick setting straight out of 1953’s House of Wax, plus the lovely Cassandra Peterson minus her Elvira trappings. Outrageously-silly, but lighthearted-fun to watch. Best regards, Dana
  6. dartfever

    Thank you, Cyber Girl. Surprisingly-effective thriller, following the questionable decisions made by the central character as he tries to make sense of his life through live conversations with his alter ego. Even when not much was happening, the banter with himself kept the momentum in play. An incomplete scene early in the film set the groundwork, and more details were filled in as the story progressed. The final 10 minutes were both intense and rewarding, as the director managed to cram so much action and closure into such a short period of time. Best regards, Dana
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    Thank you for the updated link, Barry. Thanks also to Cyber Girl for the original post. Psychologically-intense drama depicting the downward-spiraling path of three youths, as a simple road trip turns reckless and self-destructive. Johnathon Schaech has to be one of the most overlooked actors ever, always immersing himself in the roles he plays. Really liked this movie, expecting it to become a cult favorite. The longer Director’s Cut has added bits of dialog, sex, and bloodshed, all of which are pretty much commonplace by today’s standards. Best regards, Dana
  8. Thank you, Barry. The indestructible Captain Jack Sparrow returns once again to drive everyone with whom he comes into contact absolutely bonkers. Our pirate hero seamlessly shifts his allegiances among his adversaries as the search for the fabled Fountain of Youth becomes the center of attention in this episode. Maybe not the most captivating film of the series, but the effects in the scenes with the mermaids were quite impressive. Best regards, Dana
  9. dartfever

    Thank you, Cyber Girl. Fairly graphic for a TV movie, with the mythical Tasmanian Devils waiting to wreak havoc with anything alive or dead, even their own. In this case, illegal base-jumpers inadvertently stir up the beasts, leading to significant carnage. Granted, the acting was marginal and the special effects were budget-level, but still okay for a one-time screening. Best regards, Dana
  10. dartfever

    Thank you, Cyber Girl. Once again Bruce Willis and the original crew are back together, missing only Morgan Freeman and Karl Urban. Basic theme surrounding the recovery of a Cold War nuclear weapon morphs into a fight for survival, complete with shifting personal agendas and some unexpected plot twists. Featuring additional character roles played by Anthony Hopkins, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and Lee Byung-Hun to help keep things lively, this turned out to be a terrific sequel. Best regards, Dana
  11. dartfever

    Thank you, Cyber Girl. Enjoyable CIA thriller with an engrossing story and a great cast. Besides Bruce Willis in the lead role, several notable actors including Karl Urban and Mary-Louise Parker delivered excellent performances in support roles. Plenty of hard-hitting action accompanied the plot complexities. Some very nice comedic touches kept the overall tone a little lighter, with Helen Mirren and John Malkovich being particularly amusing. The IMDb 7.0 rating is definitely justified. Best regards, Dana
  12. dartfever

    Thank you, Cyber Girl. Featuring some witty dialog accompanying actual events from the year, this film showed how the words and actions of some high-profile notables affected our perception of reality throughout 2020. Sequences of actors playing fictitious people being interviewed were interspersed as caricatures of real individuals we might recognize from the era. At times unsettling, but nonetheless entertaining. Best regards, Dana
  13. dartfever

    Thank you, Cyber Girl. Thanks also to Barry for the added link. This space game parody was fantasy-fun, but with Scott Adkins in the lead role it verged on being just a little too silly for me. Maybe Scott Adkins was looking to broaden his acting repertoire, but I kept thinking how it would have played out with Jim Carrey or Will Smith as Max Cloud. Probably way over-budget. Best regards, Dana
  14. dartfever

    Thank you, Barry. The imaginative story and innovative stop-action modeling made me appreciate this film much more the second time through. Highly-detailed bizarre characters coupled with intricately-menacing landscapes made a strange world for a young girl to fully understand, much less create harmony. Weirdly-amusing. Best regards, Dana
  15. dartfever

    Thank you, Cyber Girl. Neatly-orchestrated sci-fi thriller, retelling the 1951 original version in a more technologically-contemporary manner. Keanu Reeves’ one-dimensional acting style was the perfect choice for the lead, and the supporting cast was characteristically-accurate in their respective roles, especially Kathy Bates as the U. S. Secretary of Defense. Although fairly well-balanced between the physical and psychological action scenes, I never really felt drawn in to the story. Still, made for a nice one-time watch. Best regards, Dana
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