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Ghost Ship, a review by addicted2dvd



Title: Ghost Ship (2002)
Movie Count: 64
TV Ep Count: 32
Other  Count: 2
Time Started: 6am
Plot:
Finders keepers. Any abandoned ship floating in international waters can be claimed and towed to port by whoever is fortunate enough to find it. Or, in the case of one team of salvage experts, 'unfortunate' enough.

'Ghost Ship' is a stylish, effects-packed chiller from 'House on Haunted Hill' and 'Thirteen Ghosts' producers Joel Silver, Robert Zemeckis and Gilbert Adler. Salvagers trained for any situation imaginable come face to horrifying face with the unimaginable after boarding a derelict luxury liner. Julianna Margulies, Gabriel Byrne, Ron Eldard and Isaiah Washington are among the hands on deck who'll confront a seafaring collector of souls. Steve Beck ('Thirteen Ghosts') directs this terror tour-de-force. Bon voyage, fright fans!

My Thoughts:
This is a movie that I have watched a couple times before... but it has been so long that I went into it barely remembering it. IT is a good movie... I did enjoy it... but I remembered it being better then it actually was. I really liked the opening scene in...where some of the passengers and crew was killed while dancing on the deck.


My Rating
Out of a Possible 5


(From My Month Long Horror/Halloween Marathon: 2008 on October 19th, 2008)

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Back to the Future Part III, a review by Tom




Title: Back to the Future Part III
Year: 1990
Director: Robert Zemeckis
Rating: FSK-12
Length: 113 Min.
Video: Anamorphic Widescreen 1.85
Audio: English: Dolby Digital 5.1, German: Dolby Digital 5.1, German: DTS 5.1
Subtitles: English, German, Hebrew

Stars:
Michael J. Fox
Michael J. Fox
Christopher Lloyd
Mary Steenburgen
Thomas F. Wilson


Extras:
Deleted Scenes
Featurettes
Music Videos
Outtakes
Photo Gallery
Scene Access
Storyboard Comparisons
Trailers

My Thoughts:
Never being a big fan of Western, this movie is my least favorite of the three. But it was just the logical thing to do. We went to the future and the near past. Going to a more distant future would probably result in a bad movie. We saw how wrong they got it with the year 2015 (but interesting, that they assumed much more technological advancement as it really happened. A lot of old movies underestimated techological development when showing a similar distant future). Would would they have done with 2085? So the only good choice left is going 100 years back.
And even though this movie is my least favorite of the three, I still like it very much. Stuff like how the 50s Doc got the clothes wrong for Marty to go back with. Also this movie is the best in regards of showing the friendship between the two main characters. And it is a good conclusion to the trilogy overall.

Rating:

(From Tom's Time-Travel Movie Reviews on May 3rd, 2009)

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Tom's Random Star Trek Reviews, a review by Tom


VOY 7.18 Q2
Writer: Robert Doherty (Screenwriter), Kenneth Biller (Original Material By)
Director: LeVar Burton
Cast: Kate Mulgrew (Captain Kathryn Janeway), Robert Beltran (Chakotay), Roxann Dawson (B'Elanna Torres), Robert Duncan McNeill (Tom Paris), Ethan Phillips (Neelix), Robert Picardo (The Doctor), Tim Russ (Tuvok), Jeri Ryan (Seven of Nine), Garrett Wang (Harry Kim), Keegan DeLancie (Q2), Manu Intiraymi (Icheb), Michael Kagan (Alien Commander), Lorna Raver (Q-Judge), John DeLancie (Q), Anthony Holiday (Nausicaan), Scott Davidson (Bolian), Majel Barrett (Computer Voice (voice))

I finally came around finishing off my Q marathon. What a boring last ever Q episode. Instead of having a big Q story, we have a stupid "Q's son has to learn a lesson" episode, which brings nothing we haven't seen a hundred times before to the table. Best part was when Q junior removed Neelix's mouth and voice :laugh:

Rating:

(From Tom's Random Star Trek Reviews on February 20th, 2010)