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Buffy the Vampire Slayer, a review by DJ Doena

March, 1st

Kristy Swanson    ...    Buffy
Donald Sutherland   ...    Merrick
Paul Reubens   ...    Amilyn
Rutger Hauer   ...    Lothos
Luke Perry   ...    Pike
Michele Abrams   ...    Jennifer
Hilary Swank   ...    Kimberly
Paris Vaughan   ...    Nicole
David Arquette   ...    Benny
Stephen Root    ...    Gary Murray
Thomas Jane    ...    Zeph

Synopsis: Buffy is a normal highschool freshman and member of the cheerleading squad. But then she meets Merrick and he shows her what she really is: The Chosen One, a Vampire Slayer. Born with the strength and skill to fight the Vampires, to stop the spread of their evil and the swell of their numbers. But she wants to stay a normal girl and wants nothing to do with such rubbish.

My Opinion: This movie may not be what Joss Whedon had intended or will do on the TV show. But it definitivly falls into the category of "guilty pleasure" and is a lot of fun if you're willing to accept its cheesiness. And the dialogue is unmistakably Whedon. Also, Lothos used a Samurai Katana, that's a plus in the book. ;D

(From DJ Doena's movie watchings 2009 on March 1st, 2009)

Member's Reviews

Bratz: Genie Magic, a review by addicted2comics

Title: Bratz: Genie Magic
Year: 2006
Rating: NR
Length: 72 Min.
Video: Full Frame 1.33:1
Audio: English: Dolby Digital: 2-Channel Stereo, Spanish: Dolby Digital: 2-Channel Stereo, French: Dolby Digital: 2-Channel Stereo
Subtitles: English, Spanish


Yasmin, Cloe, Sasha and Jade, think it's their lucky day when they make friends with a teenaged genie named Katia. She has magical powers, and best of all, she can grant wishes! But things get wild and crazy when a secret is revealed about the genie girl that thrusts the Bratz into a world of intrigue and adventure. Evil masterminds are out to capture Katia™ and…anyone who knows about her. Will the Bratz™ be able to save their new friend from the clutches of ruthless villains? Can Katia’s powers save the Bratz™ and the world? Or will the girls have to make their own magic? Join the Bratz™ as they enter the mysterious and exciting world of Genie Magic™!

Scene Access
Closed Captioned
Bonus Episode

My Thoughts: Well, it was enjoyable......alot to the point that I made my dad suffer through it with me.  :laugh:

Still, It's been a while since I watched this, and I"ve forgotten just how girly it is. While I admit I LOVED Bratz a couple years ago, my eyes have opened. The girl thing is just over the top. And this is coming from a girl. I mean, it was tolerable, and I like the teenage-girl angle and point of view in these movies, it just could have been done better. The secret-agent acvtion stuff was a good twist to the movie too.

It makes me wanna see Bratz Rock Angelz again and remember that horrible ex-boss of Jade's, Birdeen Maxwell. That movie is also where the secret agent thing started, so I think after the marathon I'll dig that up again.

My Rating:
Out of a Possible 5

(From Doing the ABC's Movie Style!! on July 12th, 2010)

Member's TV Reviews

The X-Files Marathon, a review by addicted2dvd

The X-Files: Season 1

12. Fire
Original Air Date: December 17, 1993
Mulder and Scully investigate an unusual murder suspect - A man who has the ability to start fires using only his mind.

Guest Stars:
Amanda Pays as Phoebe Green
Mark Sheppard as Cecil L'ively / Bob
Dan Lett as Sir Malcolm Marsden
Laurie Paton as Lady Malcolm
Duncan Fraser as Beatty

My Thoughts:
Once again... I spot someone from another series that I didn't realized was in this before today. This time I am talking about the very attractive Amanda Pays who co-starred in The Flash. This is another excellent episode that I enjoyed every second of..

My Rating:

(From The X-Files Marathon on March 30th, 2010)