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Bill (Brett Halsey) must choose a side. The U.S. government is opening an experimental forest that the military is going to have control of to test out a hyper-advanced Predator drone, known as the Sentry, which will keep the wildlife population down on the fores’s land. The military wants to keep the Sentry in service to protect America, but Bill wants to use it as a way to track down his wife. Bill’s side won, and now everyone in town is going to start losing it. Guns are being brandished, sentry drones are coming down on townspeople. This is not some quirky, quirky little B-movie about your average, run-of-the-mill town, this is a town full of people who want to kill one another.
This was the one that got away, the movie that got shelved and ended up on the Internet. Unlike the previous two movies, which were made for TNT, this movie is a made-for-TV movie. The interesting thing about this is that all these kids were crazy, but the director, Chris Ballew, did an incredible job of making them seem realistically crazy. I can’t believe this is the first time I saw this movie because, while the other two movies only had a few shots of Teri, this has this ton of shots of her, and even within those shots, she seems more unstable and crazy than the other two movies. Watching her get knifed in the face and struggle to hold on to her phone as she falls off a roof is absolutely gruesome, and the fact that she says “Abra Crak kabonged” is just as creepy as it sounds. The thing that makes this movie most memorable is the fact that that every piece of the violence–including the editing–is so incredibly messy and chaotic. Almost every shot is a little shaky, so that you get this feeling that there’s no real right way to shoot this scene, and that the camera is just there to let the audience know how crazy it is that this is going on. That makes the feel of the movie as a whole even more chaotic, and the fact that this is the first time I’ve seen it makes it a little different than the other two movies. Lastly, the soundtrack is unique. Most movies have some sort of grungy, electronic soundtrack, but this movie feels extremely organic and real, and it’s such a great contrast to the other movies that I’m constantly coming back to it.
the writer ( stata la mano di luigi falorni) directed by pasquale scimeca tickets $12 / $8 speed members please note:all guests age 12 or older must provide proof of full covid-19 vaccination or a negative covid test within 72 hours to attend any event or program at the speed requiring registration, including workshops, lectures, after hours, and cinema screenings. proof of vaccination is not currently required for general admission to the museum or its exhibitions. some good actors and good story make this a solid film. it’s a really solid drama, with the characters all having some sort of dilemma they’re struggling with, and all of the major characters are believable. the way that the character’s dilemmas are resolved, while still having some sort of happy ending, is just really well done. plus the cast is great, with good acting all the way through. i don’t think there’s anything really bad about it, and it has some really good moments. it’s a really solid drama that will keep you interested.
the man who laughs ( stata la mano di luca guadagnino) directed by bruno sorrentino tickets $12 / $8 speed members please note:all guests age 12 or older must provide proof of full covid-19 vaccination or a negative covid test within 72 hours to attend any event or program at the speed requiring registration, including workshops, lectures, after hours, and cinema screenings.
the god must be crazy (afi utomo) tells the story of a young man, who feels an instant affinity for his dog after a traumatic bus accident. afi believes that the dog has supernatural powers and uses the dog’s ability to protect him. afi spends time with the dog and slowly becomes closer and closer to the dog until they become one. afi is eventually forced to part with the dog and his love for the dog becomes bigger than his life. a film that is touching, inspiring, and uplifting. this film is rated r by the motion picture association of america for strong sexual content, pervasive language, and some drug and alcohol use. it is a film that is meant to be experienced by an older audience. it is not a children’s movie. the dvd is very interesting and the sound is enhanced. the extras are limited but very good. worth a rental or purchase for the movie and the dvd. downloadable video-on-demand for purchase. $12.95