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We Don't Live Here Anymore, a review by Rich

We Don't Live Here Anymore

Jack Linden (Mark Ruffalo) and Hank Evans (Peter Krause) are best friends who both teach at the same university in a small New England town. They both have young children and Jack's wife, Terry (Laura Dern) is close with Hank's wife, Edith (Naomi Watts). But while things appear happy on the surface, there are smouldering pockets of discontent underneath. Financial struggle and domestic boredom has drained the passion from Jack and Terry's marriage, while Hank's numerous infidelities and self-absorption has prompted Edith to find both comfort and sexual fulfilment with Jack. As Jack begins spending more and more time with Edith, it becomes obvious to Terry, whose anger culminates in a sexual encounter with Hank. Now that the deception has come full circle, both couples are left to decide the futures of their shattered unions...

Depressingly honest, frighteningly accurate, an adult drama that is guaranteed to make you feel shit!
It's view on infidelity, and the damage it can cause to all parties, is reflectively portrayed with brutal performances from all 4 leads. The pace works well, and you feel you know the characters intimately by the end of the film.
But the subject matter for me is too near the bone, the film is a bit too Hollywood in parts, and the ending is fairly unreal.

**Laura Dern mini-marathon

(From Riches Random Reviews on August 28th, 2009)

Member's Reviews

Return of the Living Dead: Necropolis , a review by addicted2dvd

     Return of the Living Dead: Necropolis (2005/United States)

Lions Gate Home Entertainment
Director:Ellory Elkayem
Writing:William Butler (Writer), Aaron Strongoni (Writer)
Length:89 min.
Video:Widescreen 1.78:1
Audio:English: Dolby Digital: Dolby Surround

Aimee-Lynn Chadwick as Becky
Cory Hardrict as Cody
John Keefe as Julian Garrison
Jana Kramer as Katie Williams
Peter Coyote as Uncle Charles
Elvin Dandel as Zeke

The scientist of the powerful and evil corporation Hybra-Tech Charles goes to Chernobyl to buy some gallons of toxic waste to perform experiments with zombies. When a teenager has an accident with his motorcycle and vanishes, his teenager's friends, leaded by Charles' nephew, find that he was moved to Hybra-Tech. They break in the facility trying to find their friend and accidentally release a group of zombies starving for brains.

  • Scene Access
  • Feature Trailers
  • Closed Captioned

My Thoughts:
The last time I watched this movie was when I first got it 4 years ago. I remember enjoying it then... but that was about all I remembered about it. This movie is the fourth installment of the Return of the Living Dead series. At this point the series is starting to get a little on the weak side.... but there is still enough here for me to enjoy. Though it is definitely not up there with the first couple films.

My Rating:
Out of a Possible 5

(From TV Stars in the Movies: On-Going Mega Marathon on August 19th, 2011)

Member's TV Reviews

Stacked: The Complete Series, a review by addicted2dvd

Stacked: The Complete Series


You can't judge a bookstore by its cover girl, especially when she happens to be Pamela Anderson! Anderson stars as drop-dead sexy Skyler Dayton, a reformed party girl in need of a lifestyle makeover, who takes a job at a family-run bookstore called "Stacked Books." Determined to prove she has ample talent beyond her ample talents, Skyler dazzles the employees and customers with her sweet-natured charm and refreshing honesty. This hip, hilarious comedy also features guest appearances by superhotties Jenny McCarthy and Carmen Electra and includes five unaired episodes that can finally be revealed. You'll bust out laughing!

1. Pilot
2. Beat the Candidate
3. A Fan for all Seasons
4. Gavin's Pipe Dream
5. The Ex-Appeal
6. Nobody Says I Love You
7. Two Faces of Eve
8. Darling Nikki
9. Crazy Ray
10. iPod
11. Heavy Medal
12. Goodwizzle Hunting
13. After Party
14. Romancing the Stones
15. You're Getting Sleepy
16. The Third Date
17. The Day the Music Died
18. Poker
19. The Headmaster

  • Nipplegate: Getting Dressed with Pamela
A 7min. documentary about the clothes they have Pamela Anderson almost wear. Plus they throw in a few minutes talking about clothing the other characters. As well as talk about how Pamela had almost constant hard nipples. Is little more then showing clips from the show.
  • Show Us Your Bloopers
A 5min. blooper real... about what you would expect from a show like this. Not much for laughs... but you can tell they had fun on the set.
  • Skyler's Guide to Dating
10min. of clips from the show.

My Thoughts:
Going into this series I found it to be no more then you would expect from the series looking at the title, star and reading the overview. Sure it has some laughs. But it is no more then an immature comedy. It has little more then extremely obvious sexual  innuendos and Pamela Anderson showing off her body. So there is no surprise that it was canceled as early as it was. It was canceled after only 14 episodes... but the entire 19 produced episodes is in the DVD release. Despite what I say here... I still did enjoy this show for what it is. You just can't go looking here for some sort of masterpiece.

My Rating: [mr]3[/mr]

(From Stacked: The Complete Series on September 28th, 2010)