Meet The Spartans, a review by Jimmy
Title : Meet The Spartans (2008)
The battle begins when the heroic Leonidas, armed with nothing but leather underwear and a cape, leads a ragtag group of 13 - count'em, 13! - warriors to defend their homeland against the invading Persians, whose ranks include Ghost Rider, Rocky Balboa, the Transformers, and a hunchbacked Paris Hilton!
I like this one, but maybe there is a logic explaination This is my third one today in 9 hours, so my brain maybe had decided to go on vacancy OR the film is good for real OR we see more of Carmen Electra and more often... I've my idea of why
Don't take my introduction that serious, this isn't hard to be better than the 2 previous one. But this one had a story and they follow it and the story is funny in a dumb way. Evidently we got again the stupid non sense celebrity of the day get thrown at us for no real reason, but that didn't happen too often. The difference is that this time real actors are in the cast and that gives a more professional look. Kevin Sorbo is far from his Hercule days but he is better than any actors who had appear in the previous movies, Ken Davitian had some good line and Sean Maguire is good in the lead. The rest of the cast isn't important, but without the talents of Carmen Electra the movie would be certainly less interesting. The American Idol segment at the end isn't to bad too.
(From Comedy? Weekend Marathon on April 25th, 2009)
Son of Batman, a review by addicted2dvd
Jason O'Mara as Batman / Bruce Wayne
Stuart Allan as Damian
Thomas Gibson as Deathstroke
Morena Baccarin as Talia
Dee Bradley Baker as Man-Bats
Xander Berkeley as Langstrom
Hidden atop a secret mountain stronghold lies the League of Shadows and its fearless leader, Ra's al Ghul. Together with his equally dangerous daughter, Talia, he oversees a trained army of assassin with plans for global domination. But an uprising from within the League now threatens to shift the balance of power and sends Talia and her young son, Damian, fleeing to Gotham City. With assassins on their trail, Talia seeks the protection of Batman, who, unbenownst to him, is the boy's father. With his son in tow, Batman wages war against the villain Deathstroke and the League of Shadows, all while teaching his headstrong boy that one can't fight crime by becoming a criminal. With help from Gotham's finest, including Commissioner Gordon and Nightwing, Batman will soon discover that his son and most trusted ally are one and the same!
My Thoughts:Let me say before my review that I can not compare this film to the comics as I never read them. Matter of fact before seeing this film released I had no idea they ever did a storyline involving a Son of Batman.
As for the film standing on it's own... I must say I enjoyed it very much! It has a good, strong storyline as well as a lot of action. Not to mention it's own fair share of bloodletting. I don't know how he compares to the comics... but I must say... I really like the character of Damian (Batman's son) and hope to see more animated films (even a live-action adaptation!) with him in it. If you are a fan of the animated superhero films this one is a must see! Well worth every minute!
(From Son of Batman on June 1st, 2014)
"Due South" marathon, a review by addicted2dvd
An Invitation to Romance
Now this episode had plenty of comedy in it... from that irritating but hilarious woman Fraser had to follow all over to Ray in that Mountie uniform.... there was plenty in this episode to laugh at.
(From "Due South" marathon on July 26th, 2009)