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Kill Cruise [DVD] [1990] [US Import] [NTSC] <b>DVD</b> ~ Jürgen Prochnow
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Hypnotically Bad, 27 Jun 2004
Yes, I know this is a bad movie but for some reason it's got me hooked and I've watched it twice already. This may be because I'm trying to make sense of it, the plot really doesn't hang together even on long-distance inspection, but this is the closest Jurgen Prochnow has got to a boat since Das Boot and that alone gives it three stars in my book. Liz Hurley's accent wavers around from Essex girl to Sloan Ranger but she makes the most of the part, and Patsy Kensit does childish tantrums very well. It's a pity that's all she had to do because even done well they can get boring. Watching Prochnow handle the boat, and briefly Liz Hurley, is great fun but the twist at the end left me… Read more
Permanent Midnight [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Ben Stiller
Permanent Midnight [DVD] DVD ~ Ben Stiller
3 of 18 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A Good Horrible Movie, 27 Jun 2004
Well, are any movies EVER as good as the book? (Fear and Loathing in LV, maybe....) I had one really, really big problem with the movie: Mr. Chompers. Mr. Chompers is OBVIOUSLY Alf, if you didn't know. And Alf's alter ego has a HORRENDOUS name. Mr. Chompers. Jesus H. Christ. I could think of a million better names. Even the name Larry is better than Mr. Chompers. Or Ralph. I think it would've been really clever to use the name Ralph.
Another thing that really bothered me was the relationship between Kitty and Jerry. In the book, it was just so much better. It was like they were both big loser junkies trying to be big loser non-junkies together. I really hoped that everything would work… Read more
Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World (S&hellip <b>DVD</b> ~ Russell Crowe
23 of 28 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars M&C Rocks!Go for it., 29 Feb 2004
"Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World," directed by Peter Weir, tells the rousing story of HMS Surprise, an English warship sailing around South America during the Napoleonic
era. The ship's captain (played by Russell Crowe) engages in a battle of wits, wills, and firepower with a rival captain during the perilous sea trek.
This is a vivid, exciting tale of naval warfare, but it's also a satisfying and moving portrayal of a unique community: the company of a warship. The film is full of stirring action scenes, but it is equally rich in the details of the men's everyday life: their food, shipboard entertainment, naval tradition, etc. It's a sweaty, muscular portrait that… Read more