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Weekend at Bernie's, a review by addicted2dvd

     Weekend at Bernie's (1989/United States)
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Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment (United States)
Director:Ted Kotcheff
Writing:Robert Klane (Writer)
Length:98 min.
Video:Widescreen 1.85:1
Audio:English: DTS-HD Master Audio: 2-Channel Stereo, Spanish: Dolby Digital: Mono
Subtitles:English, French, Spanish

Andrew McCarthy as Larry Wilson
Jonathan Silverman as Richard Parker
Catherine Mary Stewart as Gwen Saunders
Terry Kiser as Bernie Lomax
Don Calfa as Paulie

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My Thoughts:

I actually remember this one being better then what I watched today. But the last time I seen this one I was in my teens. So I think it is a matter of my tastes maturing over the years. That being said... I still enjoyed the film. It does have a few laughs. So I would say it is worth the time put in to watch it.


(From April Fool-A-Thon on April 20th, 2016)

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Bad Boys , a review by Dragonfire

Bad Boys

My Thoughts

This is a mindless action movie, but it is done well and is entertaining.  The plot is interesting and has a lot going on without it being that complicated.  I do think the plot could have been a little stronger.  I also think that things with Julie thinking that Marcus is Mike could have been handled a bit better instead of having the two guys pretend to be each other for so long.  There really isn't any mystery to the plot since it is known basically right away who the bad guy is. 

There is a lot of action throughout the movie with explosions and shootings and some fights.  The action is a bit over the top, though it is tame compared to what Michael Bay does now.  The action scenes are done well and do keep things moving.  There is a lot of violence, some of it more graphic, so anyone with issues about violence will probably want to avoid this one.  There is a lot of swearing, something else that might bother some people.  Humor does turn up, usually from some things that are said by Mike or Marcus.  Julie makes a lot of cracks that I think are supposed to be funny that just seem a bit....snarky.

This movie has some issues, but it works as an entertaining action movie.

Bad Boys

(From Bad Boys on September 13th, 2010)

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Grey's Anatomy Marathon, a review by addicted2dvd

17. Some Kind Of Miracle
As Burke, Richard and Bailey feverishly work to revive her, Meredith interacts with some ghosts from her past. Alex's pregnant patient awakens, unable to remember anything and under the impression that Alex is her husband. Derek angrily confronts Meredith's mother, Ellis, who may be the only person in the world who can save Meredith.

My Thoughts:
This episode pretty much concludes the disaster storyline. And once again... an excellent episode. I still don't know for sure how I feel about the whole after-life/dream-type thing they did with Meredith... but I must admit... it was better then what I expected from the end of the last episode... so I guess it did work. Though it did seem pretty obvious how it would end up early on into the episode.

My Rating:

18. Scars And Souvenirs
Burke is troubled when Cristina's old flame Marlowe, a renowned surgeon, visits Seattle Grace. Richard relates to a Korean War veteran with some shrapnel still lodged in his shoulder. A fuse is blown when Meredith invites her father and his wife to dinner. Callie kicks George out after a huge argument and he awakens to a surprise the next morning.

My Thoughts:
This is really an average episode. It seemed a bit slow  to me. Nothing special about the medical cases and even the personal life stuff was kinda blah. Felt like no more then a filler episode to me.

My Rating:

19. My Favorite Mistake
A hungover George has no memory of the night before, and must pull himself together to meet his new father-in-law. With Marlowe on board at Seattle Grace, the staff goes all out to impress him in hopes of getting Richard's job. Alex helps his Jane Doe pick out a new face for her reconstructive surgery, and luie and Cristina volunteer to work at the free clinic to avoid seeing George and Burke.

My Thoughts:
This is a good episode. Once again mostly centering around the personal lives of the surgeons.

My Rating:

20. Time After Time
Alex finds himself becoming more attached to Jane Doe. Izzie faces her past and finds comfort in George, while Meredith and Derek question their own relationship status. Cristina resolves to fight for her relationship with Burke - despite her past with Marlowe.

My Thoughts:
Pretty much more of the same as the above episode. Though I must admit I do like this new storyline about the daughter of Izzie's that she has been keeping secret from most of her friends.

My Rating:

(From Grey's Anatomy Marathon on September 16th, 2009)