Movies Posts Tagged as 'Rapey'
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Foxy Brown (1974)
The material doesn't spark but a slice of home and a plenitude of attitude make up for the pinch. Grier is gorgeous disciplinarian. 16-Nov-2018
Confessions of a Pop Performer (1975)
It's a constant pile-up you can't stop watching. 25-Sep-2018
The story is simplified and poignant so we can witness it. That a man's unrestricted desire is greater than the sacredness of a child is its reality and our monster. 24-Jun-2018
Casualties of War (1989)
The director's presence and personality emblazons an already perplexed account of inhumanity in the midst of war. The shots are as unnerving as they are beautiful. The accents and the oneupmanship are overexerted but when the camera follows Fox and its victim (Thuy Thu Lee,) it allows them to speak hushedly, flatteringly and compassionately. 10-Jun-2018
It's an inclusive jock party whose words and direction give no clue as to why they should flex a muscle. 01-Jun-2018
Last House On The Left, The (2009)
This is a movie you catch by accident. The brutality it depicts unhinges, the revenge it serves is sweet and the lesson about how life triggers the worst in the best people is loud. 20-May-2018
Better Watch Out (2016)
The idea is terrifying because the reality is. The film tests you and deplores you but you keep hanging on. We want to feel that the torture endured will dignify an ending release. The balls hang low. 30-Apr-2018
King Kong (1976)
Jessica overcame it, Jeff squishes what he can from unkempt, the effects now match the script (awful) and Kong is perverted. It's beautiful score deserves a better movie. 18-Apr-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
Wicked feminine empowerment tool that besides scaring young boys, has no beneficial end. 14-Dec-2017
Birth of a Nation (2015)
The prejudgement was swatted as soon as the harsh reality of what the birth entailed was. The only reason to relive this grave stain in history is to account for a particular untapped event. The film was annihilated by an unproven crime from politically correct assassins but the importance of the film resonates truth.
White man deluded a benevolent slave to learn the bible, adapt their baptist religion (within privileged limitations) and to spread it to his brethren to cause guilt within the black community and to quell the savage soul. The power of the word exalted the white man and placed the black community at their mercy for fear of going to hell. Black preacher gains insight as his community continues to suffer barbarities and sexual perversions from God respecting owners and forms a revolution.
It's a group effort where nothing necessarily stands out except the facts, the inhumanity and the confusion that black people have adopted white man's religion when it was His word that enabled enslavement. 07-Nov-2017
A Cure for Wellness (2016)
The mystery tiptoes and deepens gothically. The star supplies great "face" alongside reality check and the support reaches as far as the script allows.
It's not tidy or tight but its intriguing like a reading of "Frankenstein." 06-Nov-2017
It's obvious that the people who voted for the most interesting man in the world weren't sniffing at Rocco's cigar. I watched for ease of sleep and simplicity of subject. Porn legend lays his nuts and bolts across the table via manic poetry and allows the audience to dissect and judge. Rocco is quite the puzzle, the appendage, the brute, the depraved, the gifted and unfortunate man...and it all leads back to mother. Chilling. 21-Sep-2017
It's not an easy watch. You stay for Farrah and the enormous challenge she winningly undertakes but the script, the direction and the exploitation don't maximize her. The support glimmer but their battery is on back-up. The attacker needed to be a perplexing monster or a shattered human, James Russo settled on ethnic delinquent. They made Farrah suffer for naught. 07-Aug-2017
Group, The (1966)
There are a lot of women in this group and a lot of star to contend with. It may be glamorized but not sugarcoated. The problems are the same today, where women's fantasy of what life should be and what turns out cements suffering. Man is the surprise path that can change their lives, good or bad. The women fight on their own and are supportive of each other in the way hypocrisy, jealousy, truth and cattiness can oblige. How real. 11-Jul-2017