Protocol, a review by Rich
Goldie Hawn stars in this comedy of political errors as Sunny Davis, a ditsy Washington, D.C., waitress who gets herself involved in the middle of international politics when she inadvertently saves a visiting foreign politician from an assassin's bullet. Sunny becomes an overnight national hero and is used as a political pawn in a Middle Eastern government scam, unaware of the plot against her until it's almost too late.
Boring and empty, I like Goldie Hawn as a person and loved Overboard, but Protocol was like a poor 70's low budget flick. Hollow characters, typecast leads, ridiculous storyline, and sadly very very few titters or amusing moments.
Clearly made to order for Goldie, this is a movie to avoid unless you enjoy watching wood warp
(From Riches Random Reviews on January 15th, 2009)
Jenifer, a review by addicted2dvd
'Steven Weber' of THE SHINING, THE STAND and DESPERATION stars as Frank Spivey, a detective who rescues a strange young girl ('Carrie Anne Fleming') with a horribly disfigured face and lusciously ripe body from a deranged killer. But when Spivey takes responsibility for the mentally challenged orphan, she reveals herself to be a creature of untold carnal pleasures and unspeakable violent depravities that may lead him straight to hell. She is seductress, psychopath and succubus all in one...and her name is JENIFER.
The legendary 'Dario Argento' directs this jaw-dropper that features a haunting score by 'Claudio Simonetti' of 'Goblin' (DAWN OF THE DEAD, TENEBRE).
Ahhhh, Jenifer, What a cute girl... from the neck down! This is another episode that I really liked a lot. One thing I like is that it has Steven Weber in it... I have liked him in horror ever since I first saw him in the miniseries version of The Shining. This episode definitely has it's share of gore.... but more-so it has more then it's share of sex/nudity. OK guys... could you imagine having sex with Jenifer!?! Not that I mind the sex or nudity of course... just a notation for those that it might bother. Just like all the other season 1 episodes... this one is loaded with extras.
For those interested... here is the trailer
(From Masters of Horror Marathon on May 26th, 2008)
Angel Marathon, a review by addicted2dvd
Angel: Season 1
Original Air Date: 11/30/1999
Doyle gets a chance to atone for his past when Angel agrees to help a group of mixed-heritage demons being hunted by violent pure-blood demons known as The Scourge.
It is now time to say goodbye to Doyle (Glenn Quinn). It is shame his time on Angel was so short as I enjoyed his character. This is another good episode. Cordelia finds out about Doyle... prepares to go out with him... and loose him all in one episode. So this one was definitely more of a dramatic storyline then it was comedic. So not to much here to even give you a little chuckle. Well maybe Doyle trying to do the commercial. But that is about it.
(From Angel Marathon on February 24th, 2010)