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Dans l'Oeil du chat, a review by Eric


Dans l'Oeil du chat


Summary: Pauline went on a trip from which she never came back.  Her fiance, Simon, will do anything to find her until he learns that she was found dead in some distant country but as he's emptying her apartment he begins finding troubling information.

My thoughts:  The story is very good, well written and the viewer doesn't really get what's happened to Pauline until the end of the movie.  The visual side however is not very interesting in my opinion.  Most (if not all) of the movie takes place in Pauline's apartment but it's not very appealing.  It's much like a Peace & Love apartment of the 60's with strange colors and dark rooms.  I think the story would have been better served by giving it a more "modern" flavor.

My score:  Overall it is still a good movie, I don't regret buying it.  Would probably watch again.


(From Eric's DVD watching. on May 24th, 2008)

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Scary Movie, a review by addicted2dvd



Scary Movie
This hilarious, must-see comedy smash places Carmen Electra (TV's Baywatch), Marlon Wayans (Senseless), Jon Abrahams (Boiler Room, The Faculty) and some of today's hottest young stars in a wickedly funny send-up of today's most popular horror movies! A familiar-looking group of teenagers find themselves being stalked by more-than-vaguely recognizable masked killer! As the victims begin to pile on, none of your favorite scary movies escape the razor-sharp satire of this outrageously funny parody! With Shannon Elisabeth, Shawn Wayans and Cheri Oteri adding sidesplitting performances, there's nothing to fear in this scary movie...unless you're afraid of laughing too much!

My Thoughts:
I can't have a Comedy-Horror marathon and not watch Scary Movie! This movie mostly spoofs the movie Scream... but also spoofs some others such as I Know What You Did Last Summer, Blair Witch Project and The Sixth Sense. It even throws in a little from non-horror movies such as The Matrix. I think this is a good movie for what it is. A movie to make fun of other movies. It has some decent jokes... of course some of them are rather juvenile and sick... but it is what it is and worth checking out if you like movie spoofs.

My Rating:
Out of a Possible 5


Trailer:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8yurKTKQr6E

(From Weekend Movie Marathon: Comedy-Horror on April 5th, 2009)

Member's TV Reviews

Tom's TV Pilots marathon, a review by Tom


     Gokusen (2003/Japan)
IMDb | Wikipedia

Anime Works, Media Blasters (United States)
Length:325 min.
Video:Full Frame 1.33:1
Audio:English: Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo, Japanese: Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo
Subtitles:English


Plot:
Kumiko Yamaguchi is the heir to the Oedo Yakuza family, but it's her dream to teach the youth of Japan. Putting aside her Yakuza cunning, she takes up the role of a normal bubbly graduate, landing a high-school teaching job. Now Kumiko is determined to understand the teenage mind, teach higher math and maybe carry on a little romance... yet she lives with the fact that her loyal army of brutal hitmen capable of murdering disobedient students are only one step away.


Gokusen
1.01 Rookie Teacher With a Secret Is Born! (2004-01-06)
Writer: Kozueko Morimoto (Original Material By), Yasuko Kobayashi (Screenwriter)
Director: Yuzo Sato
Cast: Japanese Voice Cast), Isao Yamagishi (Noda (voice)), Risa Hayamizu (Kumiko Yamaguchi (voice)), Kenichi Suzumura (Shin Sawada (voice)), Youichi Masukawa (Uchiyama (voice)), Takuro Nakakuni (Minami (voice)), Hiroomi Sugino (Kumai (voice)), Tomohiro Nishimura (Principal (voice)), Uoken (Vice Principal (voice)), Rica Matsumoto (Fujiyama (voice)), Hisanori Koyatsu (Iwamoto (voice)), Katsuhiro Toyokawa (Eguchi (voice)), Chihiro Suzuki (Kudo (voice)), Norio Wakamoto (Oshima (voice)), Haruo Sato (Wakamatsu (voice)), Keiji Hirai (Tetsu (voice)), Nanae Kato (Classmate in Girlhood (voice)), Nozomi Masu (Classmate in Girlhood (voice)), Chikao Ootsuka (Ryuichiro (voice)), Seizo Kato (Fuji (voice)), Hiroaki Yoshida (Minoru (voice)), Katsuyuki Konishi (Shinohara Lawyer (voice)), Yasuhiro Fujiwara (Senior (voice)), Takahiro Fujimoto (Senior (voice)), English Voice Cast), Matt Kaplan (Noda (voice)), Caroline Lawson (Kumiko Yamaguchi (voice)), Kevin T. Collins (Shin Sawada (voice)), Jamie McGonnigal (Uchiyama (voice)), Sebastian Arcelus (Minami (voice)), Ed Paul (Kumai (voice)), Jimmy Zoppi (Principal (voice)), Marc Diraison (Vice Principal (voice)), Sue Gillad (Fujiyama (voice)), Sean Schemmel (Iwamoto (voice)), Ed Napier (Eguchi (voice)), Peter Ganim (Oshima (voice)), Mike Pollack (Wakamatsu (voice)), Maddie Blaustein (Tetsu (voice)), Dan Green (Ryuichiro (voice)), John Abner (Fuji (voice)), Sean Schemmel (Minoru (voice)), Josh Moseby (Shinohara Lawyer (voice))

This was originally a lucky blind buy. It only cost 12 bucks (dirt cheap for an anime), and boy was it worth it.

Rating:

(From Tom's TV Pilots marathon on June 26th, 2011)