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Some of my reviews have question marks instead of commas, for this and other in-corrections in grammar, I apologise.
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Oi, Flixster, sort the list function out!!!!!!!
The premise had legs but the story became pretty stupid halfway through. I quite liked it all the same though, the script was sharp and Carole Lombard and Gene Raymond gave good performances. For me though, Robert Montgomery's brilliant performance was enough to make me recommend, although Hitchcock fans should understand, this isn't really a Hitchcock film.
The mid 2000's was awash with these 'real life' American indie drama/comedies and most of them annoyed me immensely. This was one of them. The premise was fine, yes not all your dreams come true and reality can hit quite hard sometimes but this attempt at explaining this, with a 'Fuffy chair' being a central prop, does not make it any better or tell us anything we don't already know or help in any kind of way. Exploration of the painfully obvious and dreadfully dull, watch only if you have all the time in the world at your disposal.
The battle of sexes continues but never has it been so annoying to watch. Not my kind of humour, I found it frustrating and irritating, two things that seem to have crept into mainstream comedy these days but I'm not too sure why or how.
Stuart Gordon and Brian Yuzna do H.P Lovecraft, what's not to love? This is a 1980's horror spectacular, with loads of gore and creepiness. It's like a mix of the best of early Cronenberg and early Sam Raimi but then i don't want to take away anything from Gordon or Yuzna who are both cult horror heroes in their own right. 80's horror films are either absolutely awful or really great, this is an example of of the latter. I met Jeffrey Combs, he is a really cool dude.