Movies Posts Tagged as 'Political Satire'
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Cannibal Women In The Avocado Jungle of Death (1989)
The politic of the feminist necessitates eating men. Shannon could (act,) Bill squeaked and Adrienne shouldn't have. 12-Oct-2019
Invaders From Mars (1953)
To watch this film you have to tap into your child and understand the limitations of its time. It gets to business almost immediately, all is accepted at face value and good and evil hold to their lanes. It has a great start and there are enough influences to accommodate its art but the martians are silly. 10-Oct-2019
What if Alexa/Siri manipulated you into killing? A laugh shower, a mind splitter and amusement park bunk. When cell phones battle at end, it's ridiculous but it's also an idea. 06-Oct-2019
It's a post apocalyptic climate change resolution that speaks in a tongue that isn't closed captioned. 29-Sep-2019
My Little Eye (2002)
It's all vegan undernourishment until the end where the meat and potatoes are served. 15-Sep-2019
Can You Ever Forgive Me? (2018)
The quest for survival does not always entail good judgment. Melissa immerses herself in a character that is designed to grate, frustrate and devour and supplies her with a humanity we can sympathize with. We ride happily along as she eviscerates the establishment that pulled the pedestal from under her because she wouldn't play the game. The support is top notch and the writing barks. 05-Sep-2019
Matrix, The (1999)
It maintains its relevance because it sounds like truth. It ripped the adventure sport apart, it stamped itself fresh repeatedly and we were overtook with joy and appreciation for the artistry of clean work. From kool to kickass is the process. 11-Jun-2019
Bachelor And The Bobby Soxer, The (1947)
It asks what to do when a teen crushes on daddy squish but it never answers it. It entertains with ideas and Temple, Loy and esp. Grant keep us marveling. 05-Apr-2019
Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice (1969)
Daring to deconstruct the parameters we set in relationships and sex. The foursome glow exploring sexual hypocrisies and reciting the truth no one wants to hear. 24-Mar-2019
Goldie imports her star and her art whilst Amy conveys snarky rebellion. The film is daring dispensing mayhem and barbarity when the climate of the audience is sensitive. It may show better at a future time. (I still laughed.) 15-Mar-2019
Hollow Child, The (2017)
Environment kidnap children and reverse the etiquette that keeps them aligned to parental puppetry. Most of the fun derives from nasty child. 25-Feb-2019
Feminine Touch, The (1941)
Sex war rom com served by master wits (Don Ameche, Rosalind Russell, Van Heflin and Kay Francis.) Ameche and Rosalind defy lack of chemistry but Heflin and Francis uplift the back end. The logic stipulates that men classify a woman's worth by the amount of selected howlers sniffing at her door. All the woman wants is for her man to grow a pair and punch the howlers sniffing at her door. 06-Feb-2019
Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018)
The actors couldn't locate the essence in character.
Howard is adept at expounding on a thought previously introduced. The magic materializes when he confronts his thoughts. It's a tough exercise with his stamp gently placed upon it. He needed to make it tremble.
(Chewy made sense.) 03-Feb-2019
Kingsman: The Golden Circle (2017)
Moore's evil is low battery, Berry's dweeb is unfortunate, the political leanings are red and the action rouses preposterous invention. Even though daddies squished aplenty, to my enjoyment was added guilt. 24-Jan-2019
Period of Adjustment (1962)
The utters of Fonda and Hutton chanted high. Tony Franciosa kept the octaves low and his charisma forward. John McGiver sets and Mabel Albertson resists becoming the in-law stereotype. They glorified it. Lois Nettleton steals it because she could.
Marriage is deemed a terror, everyone screams their heads off until a surprise gift changes it. It has a loud message but you can still hear it.
Unfortunately, George Roy Hill's absurdity didn't allow Tennessee to be tragic. It's what the writer did best. 03-Jan-2019