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Cutie And The Boxer
10 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

A great documentary, sad and happy story of an artistic couple and their 40 year marriage. Very touchingly told and presented. What I got from it is we all have to make our own bit of happiness in this otherwise bleak life and we can be no one but ourselves.

Harvey
Harvey (1950)
10 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Hollywood seldom makes films as charming as this anymore, Jimmy Stewart is his usual endearing self in this slightly odd comedy film. Left me feeling warm and happy and wanting a friend like Harvey. Worth viewing again and again over the years.

Marty
Marty (1955)
10 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Fine story, acting, dialogue. They don't make films like this anymore, sadly.

She Demons
She Demons (1958)
19 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

Sort of a PG exploitation film. Women who are experimented on and tortured by Nazis on a remote island. No real violence or nudity though.

The Gate
The Gate (1987)
20 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Great film as a kid, as an adult it's OK at best. The second half is much better than the first half where we get to know the characters. It is actually a pretty intense movie where a 9 or 10 year old boy has to deal with the problems of normal life as well as demons and a gateway to hell in his backyard and that he might have unleashed Armageddon on the earth. Luckily he saves the day because the most evil and destructive force ever known can be defeated that easily. Reminds me a little of House (1986), Poltergeist (1982), and Subspecies (1991) as well as other films. The little monsters in Subspecies are very similar if memory serves me to the stop motion monsters in this film.
The efects hold up well, the 2nd half's action is OK, very good for younger viewers, It's PG-13 but I'd say 8 and up would be about right.
A happy ending, but really, the dog didn't need to return to life, they had accepted his passing, he was old. Oh well. It gets a passing grade, the box art alone gets it a point or two.