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Enigma, a review by Silence_of_Lambs


During the heart of World War II, in March of 1943, cryptoanalysts at Britain's code-breaking center have discovered that the Germans have changed their Enigma Code. Authorities enlist the help of a brilliant young man named Tom Jericho (Dougray Scott) to help them break the code again. The possibility of a spy within the British code-breakers' ranks looms and Tom's love, Claire (Saffron Burrows), has disappeared. To solve the mysteries, Tom joins Claire's best friend, Hester Wallace (Kate Winslet).

My Thoughts:
Nice one.
This movie has everything a good spy-thriller needs, a broken (anti)-hero, a mysterious beautiful woman, a conspiracy that was built to cover-up another (even greater) conspiracy ... all packed into enthralling 2 hours.
The plot turns and twists so that until the very end you never know where exactly it may want to take you. It's never actually misleading though, you just follow the traces with the main characters until the whole thing is lying spread out before you.

Nice to watch, mediate paced thriller that actually makes you want to know the end.

My Rating: (out of possible 5)

(From Michael's random reviews on November 25th, 2010)

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All Night Long, a review by Jimmy

Title : All Night Long (1992)

Three high-school students are witnesses to a violent murder. Joined together by this unforgettable experience in a way they cannot understand, their link to the world of violence strengthens when a group of rapists attack one of their female friends. Embracing the shocking underworld of savagery, the three teenagers make a pact to find the rapists and exact revenge for their friend.

My Impression
It's been a while since I've watch this one (at least more than 2 years) and I've obviously forgot that this isn't a typical horror movie. It's more your typical familly friendly japanese movie ;)

Of course this isn't true (at least I hope) since the movie is a "what if?" type of movie, in this case what would you do if your new girlfriend would be raped and murdered by a gang of teenage bad guy? Being a Japanese movie if your answer was "call the police" you are wrong... The real answer : go there with 2 new friends and beat the crap out of them and more. That can be sound like a piece of garbage, but a long time is pass in the film to show the love story between the 2 young protagonists (almost one hour) and this revenge doesn't sound gratuitious. Yes it's bloody and violent, but this isn't without reasons like in the stupid Hostel. You will see that no one can used violence and not be affected by it (it doesn't end well for neither the rape gang and the revenge gang). Some of the acting look over the top, but I see that more as a way to reflect what happen when your brain switch is at the off position.

2 others films were made in that serie, but I haven't see them yet...

I recommand this film, but it isn't a movie for everybody

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(From Jimmy's 2009 Horror Marathon on October 25th, 2009)

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Tom's TV Pilots marathon, a review by Tom

     Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman: Season One (1993/United States)
IMDb | Wikipedia

Warner Home Video (United States)
Length:1017 min.
Video:Full Frame 1.33:1
Audio:English: Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo, Commentary: Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo
Subtitles:English, French, Spanish

Share the soaring adventure and romantic fun in this Deluxe 6-Disc DVD Set of 21 first-season episodes, including a Feature-Length Pilot and High-Flying Extras. As DAILY PLANET reporters CLARK KENT and LOIS LANE, Dean Cain and Teri Hatcher clash, cooperate and flirt while chasing the hottest stories in METROPOLIS. The hottest scoop of all is Lois's secret heartthrob, the superhero she doesn't know is Clark's alter ego.

Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman
1.01 Pilot
Writer: Jerry Siegel (Original Characters By), Joe Shuster (Original Characters By), Deborah Joy Levine (Writer)
Director: Robert Butler
Cast: Dean Cain (Clark Kent/Superman), Teri Hatcher (Lois Lane), Lane Smith (Perry White), Michael Landes (Jimmy Olsen), Tracy Scoggins (Catherine Grant), Elizabeth Barondes (Lucy Lane), John Shea (Lex Luthor), K Callan (Martha Kent), Eddie Jones (Jonathan Kent), Kenneth Tigar (Dr. Platt), Mel Winkler (Henderson), Kim Johnston Ulrich (Dr. Antoinette Baines), Maggie Blye (Mrs. Platt), Lindsay Berkowitz (Amy Platt), Gloria LeRoy (Beatrice), Shaun Toub (Asabi), Jean Montanti (Newspaper Worker), Persis Khambatta (Chairperson), Clyde Kusatsu (Public Affairs Officer), Mimi Maynard (Launch Commander), Gerry Black (Head Colonist), Gregory Millar (Homeless Man), Kamala Dawson (Carmen Alvarado), Jim Wise (Man #1), Greg Collins (Man #2), Sean Moran (Man #3), Robert Rothwell (Security Guard), Lee Weaver (Supervisor), David Fury (Cop), Anne Wyndham (Reporter #2), Yolanda Gaskins (TV Announcer), Christopher Darga (Man with binoculars), Timi Prulhiere (Soap Opera Actress), Scott McCray (Soap Opera Actor), Marco Hernandez (Worker), Jerry Hauck (Reporter #1), Georgy Paull (Elderly Woman), Adrian Ricard (Older Woman), Mark Frazer (Young Technician)

This series is my favorite TV series from the mid-90s. I watched it a lot at the time. I had a lot of episodes taped and used to watch them again and again.
The pilot is good. Though this series hasn't aged that well.


(From Tom's TV Pilots marathon on June 6th, 2012)