Welcome to my Cinematic Time Capsule!
Favorites are 5 star films that rotate on a whim.
”What is a servant without a master?”
That’s the question being asked by Adarsh Gourav in his powerhouse performance as he gives us a tour of his world through his eyes.
It all starts off with energy, hope and possibilities, but then slowly, over the course of two hours, everything descends into a dark morality play of abuse, betrayal, and murder among the ‘haves’ and the ‘have nots’.
”I should warn you.
My story gets much darker from here.”
”…and knowing you won’t believe me,
that’s the only reason
I’m going to tell you the truth”
Derek DelGaudio has created something truly in & of itself...
It’s conceptual, it’s emotional, and it’s wonderful.
Turn off the phone, turn off the lights, experience it and then tell me...
”What have you become?”
”Never send an adult to do a kids job”
I loved what he was doing as a filmmaker and I selfishly wanted him to do more films aimed at me.
As a kids film it’s fine. It’s energetic and imaginative with some great gadgets and…
Dirty Rotten Scoundrelettes!
The idea is a lot of fun and as awesome as the two of them look, the most enticing thing about this film is the amazing amount of great supporting actors that keep popping up throughout. Sadly though, the story bites more than it can chew and the third act…
”That was different”
“Well, it’s time we celebrated our differences”
Welcome to Heath & Paul’s Excellent Adventure!
Heath stands front and center and once again demonstrates what a valuable treasure he was and how much he’s missed. As Paul leads the rest of an extremely likable cast…
”Not a single animal benefited from this war…not a single one.”
I have so many unanswered questions…
What happened to Don Lewis?
What does the word Bhagavan actually mean?
Do the pizzas vary from day to day depending on what Wal-Mart products are available?
And most importantly, where do I get the complete collection of uncut Exotic Joe music videos?
”Some mistakes were made…some attitudes got out of hand…”