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I had to see this movie even though it appeared to go straight to On Demand TV. Nicole Kidman and Colin Farrell. Same director as Lobster, a film I loved last year that cost me a few friendships. LOL. Well. . .notice my hesitation. The film is engrossing but exceedingly weird. Kind of a modern day Sophie's Choice. Throw in a little supernatural stuff. And mix. What's with the stilted emotionless dialog? Kinky sex? This is a horror film? I guess so. I have the feeling I'll
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Xmas day. Hanukkah over. New Year's coming up in the fast lane. Husband Shelly made me go see this movie yesterday. Normally I love scifi/spec themes but this one was just too stupid. Or poorly realized. Or just a bad movie. It starts with a good enough premise - people can opt to shrink themselves down to 5 inches or so and go live in retirement type domed villages, knowing their carbon footprint is vastly reduced and humankind will be able to forestall extinction for far
One thing that makes me truly angry is a book or movie or play that doesn't bother to make sense. Case in point the horror movie I watched last night on cable with Michelle Williams and Oliver Platt and other good actors: Shut In. Michelle cares for her paralyzed teen stepson for months following a car accident in which her husband was killed. Naturally the kid is faking all along just to be cared for by her. What drove me crazy: - He jumps up from bed, runs around swinging