Movies Posts Tagged as 'Inappropriate'
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Confessions of a Pop Performer (1975)
It's a constant pile-up you can't stop watching. 25-Sep-2018
Call Me By Your Name (2017)
Its insulting in its timing and the delusion that a teenager's "me too" is a right of passage. The disparity in size (Hammer's giant) and childlike looks (Timothee Chalamet) adds unseemliness to its presentation. Hammer distributes much awkwardness and little desire, maybe because he realized the discomfort of its subject.
Man/boy love is tricky if you don't account for its repercussions. It doesn't represent the gay community but it indicates that straits will stick it to anything and that uniting in sex will not absolve our confusion.
I'll call you what my first lover/daddy/asshole called himself..."bugarron." 07-Aug-2018
Take Me To The River (2015)
Hillbilly family reunion corrodes when mindless gay teen usurps flamboyance against parental repression. Combustion arises from a "me too" moment wherein the offended family ascribe scaring the "California" out of the teen. It's courageously choreographed and uniquely categorized but when the balloon pops it fizzles. The sexual indiscretion that drives the suspense has no explanation, resolution or respect. Chicken fighting has been ruined. 21-Jun-2018
Collector, The (2009)
Schooling for psychopaths on how to execute an ugly death. It's bloody torture. 20-Jun-2018
Some of the racial tension scored but I've been scared more times by "Alexa." 29-May-2018
Maddening tale about a ridiculous man whose lateness from work inspires him to bail on his wife and daughters to not to have to explain. He moves above the garage to spy on them and become homeless and disgusting, all the while ejaculating the reasons his wife and children have made him a miserable man, none of which is evident. This is an exercise for Bryan Cranston to act up which he obliges like the spirit of Harvey Korman. He's a trainwreck you can't stop watching until the movie veers the train in your face. 22-Mar-2018
Boy, Did I Get a Wrong Number! (1966)
What was once a playful satire on the battle of the sexes is today considered educational sex exploitation. It's breezy and disrespectful but its also nervy. The men were talking about how they perceived three generations of women and how the female always acquiesced. Either the women weren't listening or they were content as long as men pretended to care about them. Elke Sommer is courageous sexual dynamite, Phyllis Diller played it like one of the boys and Hope got forgiven for every sexual invective. The movie gets broad and loses its aspiration but it does not need to be erased. It teaches us a history parents cannot. 21-Mar-2018
Extreme Movie (2008)
It belongs locked in a time capsule. Every teenage boy perversion is enacted without respect or acknowledgement of their desire. It is a catapult of "me too" and a denigration of all sexes. Depicting men and women as competitors in love or sex doesn't bode well for a society hellbent on exposing its normality.
When Matthew Lillard exclaims that he can't say that joke because he has two daughters but continues reading it, the movie and the immature men who made it are slanderously defined. 09-Mar-2018
Eden Lake (2008)
The players dispense too much talent for a futile and agonizing exercise in survival. 06-Feb-2018
Battlefield Earth (2000)
As soon as Travolta opens his mouth to spit fey Shakespearean New York, the attention-span for the story disappears. While you wait for Travolta to stop putting us on you start noticing that the character's rubber hands bend and lay inappropriately, the Eiffel Tower boots adds clunk and slump to their walk and that their pouches swell at attention. I left before any of it made it to my bloodstream. 21-Dec-2017
The fondness evaporates like the wave it rolled in. The males are directed to reach a pitch that only dogs can hear while sexism and adolescence occupy the vigor in their stance.
The beauty and a drip of magic are found underwater esp. when Darryl Hannah sadly conveys the predicaments of being special and the awkwardness in trying to be a woman.
Allen Bauer's (Tom Hanks) betrayal at discovery of Madison's (Darry Hannah) etherealness is absurd and painful. Why would a man condemn a love interest he's been fantasizing about since childhood? 20-Nov-2017
How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)
When transcribing a cartoon to live it needs to be cautious not to bolster caricature as it may spark an aneurysm. 09-Nov-2017
Most of the suspense derives from the natural reactions of abuse the children impart. Emelie is an exasperating and petty psycho that only registers anger from the audience.
It would have contended if it had pinched from "One Way or Another" (theme song) and used those keys in the editing process to accelerate suspense. 26-Oct-2017
Journey to the West: The Demons Strike Back (2017)
The silliness high count makes the film hard to snort. The characters suffer from inappropriate and volatile lunacy. The main gay character is a pig and the women are too easily bartered and no one surpasses Three Stooges definition.
The eye is fed as the screen is barraged with bursts of color, fanciful effects and uninhibited stamina. I fantasized how much beauty Hollywood omits in the cinematic world fantastic by somber representation. 18-Oct-2017
Big Cube, The (1969)
60s Hollywood had the capacity to disrespect legends by coasting on their names, making them kneel for a crap script and humiliating them to the point that we can't remember why we deified them.
Chakiris was definitely vibing to his master manipulator but I don't want to remember Lana like this. 01-Oct-2017