Saw this in 3D. A stunning action film. They didn’t overdo the 3D but I did duck a few times. The scenery is stunning too – after all, the environment plays a crucial role in the Mad Max films. The stunts are over the top. Frankly, I can’t find the words to convey the visual impact of this film. You must see to believe. Since I saw it in a theater, I didn’t have an FF option, but I assure you it would have been a big fat ZERO.
Just when you think the series is going to break with formula…it doesn’t. I try to avoid spoilers but that’s not a problem here: if you’ve seen 1 and 2, you’ve seen 3. The cracks are showing and the feeling of déjà vu is overwhelming. Time to call it quits with this series.
Boy, did I hate this movie. I thought it would be something along the lines of “Mystery Men” (which I enjoyed quite a bit) but I could NOT get into this.
An easygoing bio-fic from 1996 about a female singer-songwriter in the 60s. The character is an amalgam of Carole King, Cynthia Weil, and Ellie Greenwich. John Turturro does a hilarious turn as a bewigged Phil Spector type. Bridget Fonda plays a not-yet-out-of-the-closet Lesley Gore character. The songs are surprisingly good (I’m thinking of picking up the soundtrack) as you watch music change from the girl-group sound to psychedelia, but it’s not a film that requires much focus. Good to have on while you’re puttering around the room doing other stuff.