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Sudie and Simpson
12 months ago via Flixster

Sudie and Simpson is a classic all time favorite of mine. It's a powerful story that accurately depicts a hate filled racially discriminative period towards black people in America. Louis Gossett Jr. plays an incredible role, befriending a young caucasian girl during a time when such a relationship could so easily have gotten him killed. This is truly an awesome story and I highly recommend viewing it.

Last Hour
Last Hour (2006)
2 years ago via Flixster

Well I guess I'm going to be one of the few who will give this movie more than a 1 star rating. This movie oddly has a few things working against it. First of all, its labeled as an action thriller but there really isn't much action in it until the last 20 minutes, so it's rather misleading. Second, I don't know if it's been addressed but depending on which disc you get, there could be a serious sound issue which makes it annoying to look at because the audio sounds muffled; bad trans-coding I guess. In any case, I think those two things may make tempers shorter while viewing the film. NOW FOR THE REVIEW: The Last Hour is more of a mind bender with much less but decent action in the end and makes the viewers think a little harder to figure out what's going on. It's very slow to get started because the information isn't spoon fed to you, but I think it's by design because the Director takes time to introduce each character in their comfort zones before they get seduced into the ultimate mind game that will test their individual wits. I don't think it's necessary to comment on each character in great detail, but I will say that some characters had better scripts and put on more convincing performances than others, but in all... it was quite entertaining in my opinion. About 52 minutes into it... the movie kicks into high gear by getting much more interesting, much more suspenseful, and faster paced leading up to a killer twist in the end. That said... If I say more, I might give away too much information. All that I've said thus far should be enough to interest you in watching this movie, and if it hasn't interested you yet, then you might want to pass on this one anyway.

Jump Out Boys
Jump Out Boys (2008)
2 years ago via Flixster

Okay this had to be a practical joke. Oh goodness... this was just really bad... way to bad for me to even think that this was an actual movie. How did these amateurs even get selected for this mess. The quality of this movie looked like it could have been done with a camcorder is someone's backyard. Everything from the simple dialog to the unconvincing way these characters acted out their roles was just way too much. I had to turn it off because I felt like was going to throw my laptop through the window. Don't waste your time with this load of dung.

Live! (2007)
2 years ago via Flixster

This movie was crazy crazy crazy. It started off kinda cheezy and I wasn't expecting it to get much better, but the last 30 minutes turned into a jaw dropping, sweating with anxiety, edge of your seat thrill. It was hard to watch and I had to pause it many times because my blood pressure redlined. This is not the kind of movie I would go around recommending because of it's subject matter, but I must shamefully admit that I enjoyed it.

Avenger (2006)
2 years ago via Flixster

Sam Elliott (Dexter) in this hard hitting made for TV action flick, serves up some stiff justice the hard way. I didn't expect the movie to be all that great and was pleasantly surprised with the performance. Dexter is a man haunted by injustices in the past and he is now on a hard nose mission to right the wrongs of society. Be warned, there are some pretty graphic scenes in this movie, so proceed with caution if senseless mass murder might disturb you. The beginning doesn't hold back any punches in an emotional appeal to trigger an urge for redemption from the audience. I have to give this movie 3 stars, because it was good, and I liked it.