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The Last Castle
6 hours ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

In a tightly controlled military prison things get tense between the by-the-book warden (James Gandolfini) and the new inmate, a battle hardened veteran (Robert Redford). The work is inconcievable from the first and unrealistic, and then it's predictable as everything, and manipulative in it's predictability. The players go for broke anyway, redeeming it somewhat.

Catwomen of the Moon
2 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

From a dark cave leading to their mysterious and secret underground empire hidden on the moon nefarious cat women plan to enslave - through sweaty manipulations - unknowing Ammmuuurican astronauts! Can their evil machinations succeed?!?! Hokey fun with hyperdramatics and leotard wielding babes of Luna! Oh, the ignominy!

Something Wild
2 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Somehow this one passed me by and what a mistake that has been for me. The best I've ever seen Jeff Daniels and Melanie Griffith, they play a couple who "go wild" for a minute, taking us along for the typical romcom ride, however more comically sophisticated.The landscape is an America rarely seen in film, one that I recognized as real though it was 30 years old. Really a great film! And then Ray Liotta shows up. Jonathon Demme, the director, should go far. And a to die for soundtrack.

Dance of the Dead
4 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

High school graduation and zombies, yay. These are the quick zombies if one cares about that differentiation. And excepting one zpmbie make-out session that's gonna need more ketchup there's little here that hasn't been done elsewhere and much better. And that is that. Save it for later if you must.

The Triplets of Belleville
4 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

An inventive bit of 2D imagineering all about how a grandma cares for her grandchild. The ending is not as strong as the wonderful opening but it manages to sustain interest.