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    1. Tim Burton's Corpse Bride (Widescreen
    $9.77
    2. Lonesome Dove
    $9.99
    3. Luther
    $9.99
    4. As Good As It Gets
    $9.77
    5. Legally Blonde
    $8.99
    6. Major League
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    7. Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit
    $18.24
    8. Jesus of Nazareth
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    9. Uncle Buck
    10. Robin Hood (Disney Gold Classic
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    11. Gattaca
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    12. Meet The Fockers (Widescreen Edition)
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    13. Clint Eastwood Collection: Where
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    14. Tim Burton's Corpse Bride (Full
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    15. Logan's Run
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    16. Jackie Brown (Collector's Edition)
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    17. Death on the Nile
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    19. We're No Angels
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    1. Tim Burton's Corpse Bride (Widescreen Edition)
    by Warner Home Video
    DVD (31 January, 2006)
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    Asin: B000C3L27U
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Who else but Tim Burton could make Read more

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    3-0 out of 5 stars The Dearly Beloved & the Departed
    It's a tale of the living & the dead coming together in holy matromony in Tim Burton's "Corpse Bride" In the gothic era of the 19th century in Europe a young man named Victor Van Dort inadvertally reserects a young woman while practing his vows & asumes he is her husband. It's a brilliant comical & romantic vision of the undead & the living, pure genius this film is. Featuring the voice talents of Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, Michael Gough & Christopher Lee. See Tim Burton's terrific movie of love between life & death

    4-0 out of 5 stars With This Ring...
    Shy Victor's parents arrange a marriage for him, thinking that he will never marry on his own.His parents are newly rich, so they immediately want to pair him up with someone from old money.They arrange the marriage to Victoria, a young woman who's just as quiet and retiring as Victor.But somehow, in the space of a few minutes, true love ignites between the two.As soon as it does, however, the fates conspire to keep them apart.First Victor can't remember his vows.Then the priest sends him away, saying that Victor doesn't want to marry.Then, when Victor finally practices his vows (thinking he's by himself) and gets them right, he ends up married to a young dead woman who was murdered for her dowry years ago.
    5-0 out of 5 stars Tim Burton at his best!!!
    Just like Tim Burton to create such a wonderful masterpiece for an animated movie! Beautiful music! Great plot! and such a great success this movie turned out to be! I saw this in theaters and I loved it! I still can't belive it didn't get the oscar for best animated movie. Wallace and Grommit got it. I am really dissapointed. I've asked alot of people whether this of Wallace and is better and I got alot of responses saying that this was better so it just doesn't make any sense at all why this great movie didn't win. But I still think it should have won and I still love this movie. It's one of Tim Burton's best movies ever. Just like the Nightmare Before Christmas, but even better. ... Read more

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    2. Lonesome Dove
    by Lions Gate
    DVD (30 April, 2002)
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    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Robert Duvall and Tommy Lee Jones star as Gus McCrae and Woodrow Call, aging cowboys and former Texas rangers and who organize a 2,500 mile cattle drive for one last great adventure in this excellent 1989 miniseries adaptation of Larry McMurtry's novel. The best friends, who steal the herd from a gang of Mexican cattle rustlers, drive their herd from Texas to Montana, battling horse thieves, angry Indian tribes, and a renegade half-breed killer named Blue Duck (Frederic Forrest) on a mission of revenge. The excellent cast also includes Robert Urich as cardsharp and former Ranger Jake Spoon, Anjelica Huston as McCrae's old flame Clara Allen, Danny Glover, Ricky Schroder, Diane Lane, Chris Cooper, D.B. Sweeney, Steve Buscemi, and even a small role for author Larry McMurtry. Australian director Simon Wincer shows a tremendous capacity for balancing sweeping drama and intimacy against the gorgeous landscape of the American Southwest, giving a grandly epic feel to the film despite its small-screen target and limited budget, and for forging memorable characters of even the smallest supporting parts. The heart of the drama belongs to McCrae and Call, memorably etched by Duvall and Jones as the last of the range romantics. In the age of revisionist Westerns, this excellent cattle-drive drama nicely maintains an old-fashioned feeling while still showing the dark side of the American West. Winner of seven Emmy Awards and responsible for two miniseries sequels (Read more

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    1-0 out of 5 stars this DVD stinks....extremely poor resolution ...remaster soon?
    Hi folks,
    5-0 out of 5 stars "What kind of an education is that?"
    Best series, movie, western of all time, period.The story is impeccable the acting is perfectly done, still the best roles that Tommy Lee and Duvall have ever done. Impossible to watch it without crying, even if its your 10th time watching it.I totally agree with other comments that the dvd needs to be remastered as the picture is not great and it is not in 5.1 sound.since it was shot for tv, I think it was only filmed in standard, non widescreen format which is tragic.But the story still is told wonderfully.Totally agree that having the actors comment on the making (though 6 hours would require a big commitment from the actors) would be awesome as well as a general cleanup of the dvd.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful
    I don't expect anything more of a movie than to enjoy it and be entertained. I don't seek to psychoanalyze or offer up in-depth critique, it's only a movie. I either enjoy it or I don't. I enjoyed this immensely. I just can't find a single thing wrong with it and never tire of it. It's fantastic. It's an extraordinary story with an extraordinary cast. ... Read more

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    3. Luther
    by MGM (Video & DVD)
    DVD (30 November, 2004)
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    Asin: B0002C9D9U
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    4-0 out of 5 stars In Response to "The Jackal"
    The Luther movie is not totally historical, but it gets there. The original black and white movie is more in line with the historical Luther than this later remake, but overall a good movie.
    5-0 out of 5 stars Headwaters of the Reformation
    This was an interesting presentation of Martin Luther's life, moving from student to priest to leader of a protestant movement.The insights into family life, church life and political life were great.I really enjoyed this film.

    5-0 out of 5 stars MORE THAN ENTERTAINMENT
    Luther captures the flavor of the times during the most corrupt period of the Catholic Church. The acting is superb, as is the cinematography.
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    4. As Good As It Gets
    by Sony Pictures
    DVD (20 May, 1998)
    list price: $14.94 -- our price: $9.99
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    Asin: 0767811100
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    For all of its conventional plotting about an obsessive-compulsive curmudgeon (Jack Nicholson) who improves his personality at the urging of his gay neighbor (Greg Kinnear) and a waitress (Helen Hunt) who inspires his best behavior, this is one of the sharpest Hollywood comedies of the 1990s. Nicholson could play his role in his sleep (the Oscar he won should have gone to Robert Duvall for Read more

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    4-0 out of 5 stars Natural
    I really enjoyed this movie. Jack Nicholson was a natural as usual and I also enjoyed Helen Hunt's peformance. The story was about a grumpy romance writer becoming happy and falling in love. The writer(Jack Nicholson) also has psycholigical problems that he must overcome. The script is fun and the movie is incredibly funny. I highly recommend this movie.

    5-0 out of 5 stars So funny you can't stop laughing
    It's no wonder this movie won so many Oscars!The acting is superb, the plot line impeccable and the writing of the one liners such as, "I'm drowning in the water and your describing it." Are hysterical.Even the dog is funny. 5-0 out of 5 stars I'm speachless
    And that my friends is a rarity.I'm new to the 'As Good as it Gets' fanclub sort-a-speak since I, for the first time, saw it last night despite the fact that my wife HATES the movie and was pissed I rented it.I have always been a fan of Jack Nicholson for he has been on top of his game for YEARS and doesn't show any sign of letting up anytime soon (I mean, he's won 3 oscars and has been nominated 12 times).I've also always enjoyed Hunt and Kinnear so it's a shoe-in for me to enjoy this film right?I just for some reason have never had the desire to see it, and then there I was walking through the local blockbuster thinking, you know what, I'll just go for it, and I'm so glad I did.Right off the bat Nicholson is at his best playing the grumpy old man, but he always adds just the right amount of class and confidence to lift him from Walter Matthau status and place him in the Michael Caine league.Nicholson plays Melvin, an obsesive compulsive racist bigot sexist grump of a man who is hated by everyone and very well may like it that way.He lives in the same apartment complex as Simon (Kinnear) a gay painter who is the subject of Melvin's vented anger (which is displayed by his constant verbal battery of poor Simon and the abuse he inflicts of Simon's dog) but after Simon is beaten and injured Melvin is pusuaded (a bit forcfully) to take care of Simon's dog.Unexpectedly Melvin forms an attachment to the dog and is somehow changed by his experience and moved to be a nicer, better person.He starts by helping a local waitress Carol (Hunt) who may just be the only person who tolerates him.Carol & Melvin & Simon throughout the remander of the film form a bond that is both unexpected and remarkably beautiful.Helen Hunt is wonderful in this film, as is Kinnear, but it's Nicholson's show and there isn't a better man for the show.I have never watched a performance that made me more anxious then watching Nicholson say the WRONG thing everytime, but as Carol realizes, he has his moments, and those moments are about as good as it gets. ... Read more

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    5. Legally Blonde
    by MGM (Video & DVD)
    DVD (06 November, 2001)
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    Asin: B00005O5CM
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    3-0 out of 5 stars Does this movie really prove that blondes aren't stupid?
    No matter how much or little you've heard of this film, you should by now be aware of one thing: it's main point is, or seems to be, proving that blondes aren't stupid. Am I the only one who believes it didn't do as good a job proving that point as it could have? I happen to be a blonde and I think I'm a reasonably intelligent one, thank you. However, I do not a) love shopping b) know every shoe type or c) adore pink. And yet, this movie seems determined to prove that those three things are what all blondes do. Excuse me if I don't find that flattering or hilarious. I appreciate clever comedies as much as the next person, but if someone expected me to either lavishly praise this movie or say something along the lines of, "Oh, this movie's SUCH a credit to blondes everywhere!", it ain't gonna happen. As cute and clever as it sometimes was, this movie failed to impress me on any particular level. Brief summary: Elle is a very clever young woman who actually decides to choose law school over lounging in a pool all year at her parent's mansion. Before you get too impressed, though, Elle mainly did this to win back her boyfriend, not because she'd always dreamed of being a lawyer. In spite of her partially shallow motives, however, she excells in law school, blows away many of her classmates, and proves to have far more brains than many gave her credit for. The story does very well by portraying not only Elle's clever and sometimes hilarious tactics, but her own personal struggle as she tries to fit in with the other students and recover from her boyfriend's cruel treatment. However, its pitfalls come from painfully goofy moments, even more painfully stupid characters, and, occasionally, the same message that it seems to attempt to disprove: that blondes aren't automatically dumb. While Elle's definetly smart, she is also occasionally an undeniable bimbo. She still dedicates too much time to her looks, dresses in hot pink almost 24/7 (including a sexy-bunny costume to a party and a frilly dress to a TRIAL), and dresses up her lapdog (gag). If the film really wanted to prove that Elle was smart, it could have done without the blondes-are-bimbos stereotype too and given Elle a little more common sense. Two examples: when her first client (a woman suspected of killing her husband) tells Elle that her only alibi to the murder was getting a lipo-suction and she simply can't bear to reveal this to the public, Elle, rather than reminding her that a prison sentence is worse than losing what's left of her reputation, says "Your secret is safe with me" in a sickeningly reassuring tone. (Your Honor, I'd like to take this moment to point out that Elle's client was blonde too, so her rather stupid reason to not reveal her alibi and Elle's even dumber understanding of it came off to me as two blondes sharing a "blonde moment", which rather contradicted the movie's whole point, don't you think?) Another example was when Elle, hearing two strange girls cruelly reject a boy who asked one of them out, walked up to the boy and loudly asked him why he didn't call her after giving her the best sex of her life, then stalked off and left the two girls far more interested in him than they were a few moments ago. My question: why did she bother trying to impress the two witches when she could have just told them off? Much of the story supports the idea that you should credit people for their inner character, so WHY did Elle try to uplift the guy in his crush's eyes after the way she treated him? I was left very disappointed in Elle and furious at the scene's shallow message. My main peeve with the film, other than the fact that it seemed to say that even smart blondes can't help being fashionably obsessed and fluffy-brained, was that Elle was surrounded by people ten times dumber and shallower than any human has the right to be. Take Elle's client, who she seemed to be so fond of; with her shallow attraction to her pool man (which she almost proudly admitted to in her own trial), her marriage to a guy twice her age, and the fact that she was willing to risk going to prison rather than revealing the fact that she had lipo-suction, I rather hoped she'd be convicted; her extreme shallowness and utter lack of common sense was so infuriating, she almost completely undid any good that Elle gave to the "blonde community" in the movie. Elle's mother was also tide-pool deep and was shocked that Elle would want to go to law school when she could just laze around in her money. And Elle's friends...well, let's just say that if any person that dumb existed in the real world, they couldn't survive on their own. And yet, people praise the movie for its cleverness. Yes, it's definetly clever in some points, but it also suffers from the extreme annoyance that some of its dumber-than-dirt characters exude. Some good messages, some cute moments, but nothing truly deep or real. Fluffy entertainement with some substance, but don't expect a Harvard degree behind the scriptwriting.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Maybe It's Me.
    I've been reviewing items for Amazon for a little over a year and a half, now. One of the things that I still don't quite understand is how Amazon picks its "Spotlight Reviews."
    5-0 out of 5 stars "They're gonna love you."
    Legally Blonde is so cute, so funny, so creative i can't help but give this movie a five star rating. Reese Witherspoon is one of my favorite actress's today. She is so natural it doesn't even seem like she is acting, she's that good at it. She can do any role, comedy, drama whatever she is a genius. Here's a story but a supposed dumb blonde who tries to win her snobby ex-beau back by attending the same school he has been accepted into, Harvard Law. Elle Woods (Witherspoon) along the way not only surprises herself as a potential intelluctual but by her over-excelled classmates as well. A movie for anyone who thinks blondes are the last on the totem pole, Legally Blonde shall prove you wrong. ... Read more

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    6. Major League
    by Paramount
    DVD (24 September, 2002)
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    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    A baseball comedy and slob comedy rolled into one, this one actually works as entertainment, if not as a piece of cinematic mastery. James Gammon is the has-been manager hired to lead the last-place Cleveland Indians whose owner wants them to lose so she can sell them. But the team of has-beens and never-wases that he assembles (including Tom Berenger, Charlie Sheen, Corbin Bernsen, and Wesley Snipes) develops a sense of pride and turns the team around. There's plenty of rowdy humor about sex, race, and whatever else they can make fun of. Look for Rene Russo (in her first film role) as Berenger's romantic interest; Snipes also had his first showy role as Willie Mays Hayes, the team's base-stealing ace. Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars Classic "baseball misfit" movie
    Fun movie about baseball players who get a second/last chance. It's not Shakespeare, but who cares?

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great cornball baseball
    Okay, so "Major League" won't rate as one of the greatest comedies or baseball movies of all time. Still, this film is a must for all baseball enthusiasts. While Tom Berenger and Corbin Bernsen do admirable jobs, it's really Charlie Sheen, of all actors, who steals this enjoyable movie.
    4-0 out of 5 stars Great Baseball Story
    I have the second part of this movie Major League Part II and knew that I had to get the first part to add to my DVD collection. ... Read more

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    7. Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit
    by Walt Disney Video
    DVD (18 January, 2000)
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    Asin: 6305433909
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Whoopi Goldberg returns in a gratuitous, poorly written sequel that contrives a reason to get her character back into Maggie Smith's convent. The "socially conscious" plot finds Goldberg being asked to relate to a bunch of street kids and pull them together into a choir. Since a bad guy is needed, the script grabs that old chestnut about a rich guy (James Coburn) preparing to close down the convent's school, and runs with it. The film is slow and unconvincing from start to finish, although costars Mary Wickes and Kathy Najimy get some good laughs, and the music is pretty spirited. Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars love the first and second sister act since i was like thirteen
    I love whoopi goldberg, and I love this movie. wholesome (besides the shooting, etc)AND funny..I also bought the first one because I love it so much too

    5-0 out of 5 stars Watch it all the time!
    There is a reason they show this one more than the first one on TV; it's better! I'm a bit biased because I enjoy basically anything that involves choir, music, music schools, or musci competitions but this one I never ever get tired or watching. Ever. I've seen it a billion times and I still watch it anytime it comes on Tv which is often. A definite buy even if you haven't seen the first one.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good stoyline, GREAT music!
    I love this movie. Both Sister Acts are good family films.
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    8. Jesus of Nazareth
    by Live / Artisan
    DVD (01 March, 2002)
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    Asin: B0000633QW
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Originally made for TV in 1977, this in-depth (six hours plus) version of Jesus' life is so thorough that the first hour is devoted solely to the story of his birth. The film doesn't skimp on some of the other landmark events of this famous story either. Director Franco Zeffirelli gives more than 12 minutes screen time each to the Last Supper and the Crucifixion.Passages of the Bible are quoted verbatim, the locations have a Palestine-like authenticity, and, aside from some of the principals (Robert Powell as Jesus, Olivia Hussey as Mary, and Stacy Keach as Barabbas), many of the non-Roman characters are actually played by Semitic-looking actors. Zeffirelli diligently provides the sociopolitical background that gave rise to Jesus' following and the crisis in belief it caused for the people of Israel (and one or two Romans). While not graphic by today's standards, some of the scenes--baby boys being ripped from their mothers' arms and slaughtered, nails being driven into Jesus' hands--may disturb young and/or sensitive children. Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars The True Vine.
    One of the great works of the cinema - by far my favorite rendering of The Life on film - what I like most is the script's fidelity to Scripture and the magnificent and inspiring exposition of the Parables.This part of the film - the comprehensive depiction of Christ's Mission in spirit and meaning - through the context of the text of the Gospels - is to be found nowhere else in the genre - and assuages reception of the inevitably more interpretative scenes.Undoubtedly, in comparison with the recent effort of Mel Gibson, et al., the representation of the Passion looks somewhat tame. However, the comprehensive quality of the narrative here provides more than enough ballast to keep the viewer rapt.Continuing the comparison, it does take some time in the early frames get over the British accents.After all, the film was made in English for English speaking audiences.However, inspired acting up and down the line puts that one to bed fast.After few minutes of the genius of Peter Ustinov (in one of his finest moments) as Herod, stomping, ranting, raving mad in his political calculations - you forget the petty flaws.Needless to say, Robert Powell's career/performance as Jesus is vastly superior to any other on celluloid, and one of the supreme gestures in the history of media.Awesome.And Olivia Hussey's brilliant rendering of the Virgin Mary is, in my opinion, distinctly more affecting and profound than her celebrated rendering of Juliet, which, for whatever reasons, has played continuously to Amercan high school audiences for the past thirty years. In retrospect, and mostly due to what we see here, the modest and retiring Ms Hussey must be regarded as one of the greatest actresses of her era.This masterpiece, seen again and again, only gets more powerful, imparts more insight with each viewing.Having first viewed "Jesus of Nazareth" in it's premiere as one of the earliest T.V. mini-series back in the 1970's, I bear witness to the truth of the assertion that this film is one of the few that loses nothing to time and, characteristic of true classics, seems rather to gain.
    5-0 out of 5 stars A Crucial Study
    I was only 12 when I saw this the first time, and my father had to actully push me to watch it. Well, now I know more about the cross that parents are forced to carry for the sake of their children. As in his "Romeo and Juliet," "Taming of the Shrew," "Hamlet," and "Tea With Mussolini," Director Franco Zeffirelli's work is nothing short of phenomenal. In my opinion, one's study of the Bible is not complete until he or she has seen this movie. As in his other movies, Director Franco Zeffirelli gives us fascinating scenery and great background music. He also has actors who become the characters they are suppose to. (Some previous reviewers pointed out that as Jesus, Robert Powell never even blinks!) Interestingly, the movie starts a little before even the Gospels. (Mary and Joseph haven't made the formal arrangements yet.) The arguably best thing about this movie is that not only does it harmoniously combine the 4 Gospels, it actually adds a lot of educated speculation and turns briefly mentioned characters from the Gospels into fully 3d human beings. As Christians of today, we have hindsight, so we can easily fall into the trap of simply labeling characters weak, bad, etc. What this movie does is it removes hindsight and helps us understand the characters in the Bible more. Jesus was in fact bringing changes to established order, and naturally, despite his wonderful deeds, people could have divided feelings about him. Isaac Asimov said that the Jewish authorities had been taught that their religion placed emphasis on a strict adherence to the letter of the law, while Jesus' view was that it was alright to deviate from the written law if it meant doing a greater good. We often think of Caiaphas as the man who handed Jesus over to the Romans. But even the Anglican Bishop Richard Holloway said that Jesus called himself the son of God, and as the high priest, Caiaphas had to react to that. (We also tend to forget that Caiaphas had a job to keep order. And if he let things get out of hand, the Romans would take matters into their hands no matter how bloody things had to get.) We often just see Judas as the one who betrayed Christ. Well, was this out of malice? The Gospels say he hung himself afterwards. Certainly he wasn't happy about what he had done. As the movie suggests, he could very well have been tricked by Jesus' enemies into doing so: "If he really is the Messiah, God will not abandon him. And if he isn't, you will have saved Israel from another false prophet." Judas may very well have thought that he was bringing Jesus to a meeting where he could explain himself before the religious authorities. (King Richard III actually eliminated some of his enemies by putting them under the impression that they were just coming to a meeting and of course when they arrived, they were imprisoned and executed.) All in all, this is a phenomenal movie that not only harmoniously combines the 4 Gospels, but it also offers a lot of educated speculation that helps things make more sense. It also helps us to understand people we may have only seen through limited vision. Whether you are Roman Catholic, Anglo Catholic, Methodist, or any other Christian, this movie is an essential study.

    5-0 out of 5 stars JESUS OF NAZARETH
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    9. Uncle Buck
    by Universal Studios
    DVD (01 July, 1998)
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    Asin: 0783227388
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    John Candy has one of his finest opportunities in this film by John Hughes (Read more

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    4-0 out of 5 stars Tasty Candy
    John Candy at his best---plenty of laughs, lots of pathos.Formulaic but worthwhile nonetheless.Watch this just for the Principal's Office scene! (Or for a bearable MacCauley Culkin.)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Good One
    classic comedy with all the fun of family life and John candy humor.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Fun Family Movie
    The movie is fine, but...............
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    10. Robin Hood (Disney Gold Classic Collection)
    by Walt Disney Video
    DVD (04 July, 2000)
    list price: $29.99
    Asin: B00004R99Q
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    A minor classic from Disney, this 1973 all-animal, all-animated musicalversion of the familiar story is more charming than one might expect. Perhapsit's the warm, chummy take on key relationships within the legend--the way RobinHood (Brian Bedford) gets twitterpated whenever the subject of Maid Marian(Monica Evans) comes up or the way best pal Little John (Phil Harris voicing avariation on his own Baloo from Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars Clever Cartoon Version of the Classic
    There have been dozens of movies and television shows that capitalize on the legend of Robin Hood.This version is clever and funny, and the music of country music legend Roger Miller makes this movie one for everyone to watch.
    4-0 out of 5 stars Robin Hood (Disney Classic)
    Its just one of those movies you like to have in your library and I love good old classic cartoon movies.Such a fun movie to watch and enjoy with the family.

    4-0 out of 5 stars One of My Favorite Disney Characters
    This movie was my all-time favorite when I was little. And Robin Hood was definitely my all-time favorite Disney character. I remember how I'd sit at the kitchen table and draw countless pictures of Robin Hood, and how I'd sit in front of our family computer and write stories involving Robin Hood.
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    11. Gattaca
    by Sony Pictures
    DVD (01 July, 1998)
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    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Confidently conceived and brilliantly executed, Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars I don't Like Science Fiction, BUT I LOVE THIS MOVIE
    This is a great movie.I am not into science fiction or even movies that really make you think, but I love this movie.The cast is great and it is so good.I am taking a genetics class now, that is where I watched this, and we have been discussing everything that is happening in the movie.This is a great movie, even if you just watch is for super hot Ethan Hawk and Jude Law!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Nature vs nurture, and the worth of a man
    Many people spend their lives searching for their place in life, and many movies are made that deal with this theme; examples include "The Majestic", "As Good as it Gets", "Lost in Translation" and "X-Men".But what about the exact opposite, what about those who know for certain their place in life and are not happy with it?This is the central underlying theme in this movie.It is the future, and mankind has progressed to the point where genetic engineering of newborns is a common practice.Some kids are born naturally without any genetic improvements, and have set limits and expectations for their life.These are known as "invalids".Others are born with genetic improvements, and they are born into a different life with different limits and expectations; usually higher.These are "valids".This movie is about both individuals, brothers really.One is a Valid and rises high within the ranks of Gattaca, a futuristic corporation that sends people to space.The other is an "Invalid, and being unhappy with his fate, uses his wit and the friendship of a thoughtful Valid to rise even higher.Their fates intertwine at the very end in a triumph of the human spirit over predisposed social constraints.The movie moves briskly but not too quickly.The dialogue is quite sharp and natural.The personal relationships are well-thought out.And Jude Law is probably in his best role as an actor.All told, a great movie and worth the time to watch.Premiering in the mid 1990's, it touches on many of the themes now surfacing in the era of biotech and genetic engineering.

    5-0 out of 5 stars SUPERB SCIENCE-FICTION MASTERPIECE!
    In "Gattaca" the future evolution of Genetic-enhanced-therapy and treatment have altered the society humans now live in. Parents who are about to have children in this future society can now have whatever genetic defect that may have been in their children's genetic pool erased forever. Furthermore, they can even have their childrens Genes enhanced. Those born prior to this Genetic breakthrough, however, must learn to live in a prejudiced society that treats them inferior. Enter our main protagonist, Vincent Freeman (Ethan Hawke)
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    12. Meet The Fockers (Widescreen Edition)
    by Universal Studios
    DVD (19 April, 2005)
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    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Movie, but they do not mention this is a sequel
    I am lucky I saw the first movie in this series or it would not have been as funny or interesting.The first movie is meet the parents.It helps make things more understandable and fun.Very funny experience of an ultra conservative family and an ultra libral crazy and wild family meeting.Everything that could go wrong did.The fockers are more than libral they are very wild in all ways possible.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Fock You!
    This movie was AWESOME!Ben Stiller is a comic GENIUS, he's the new Jerry Lewis!DeNiro, AWESOME!Hoffman, AWESOME!Streisand, AWESOME and still very sexy for an old liberal ho!I thought the sight gags were priceless, and the plot line serene!This was Hollywood movie watching heaven!This film should have won some Academy Awards!I mean if Marisa Torme can win for My Cousin Vinnie, these A-1 actors should've at least been nominated!This is a highly entertaining film, and I recommend it to every and anyone to see, but wear your Depends, because you might pee yourself from laughing so hard!Dubya 99, you don't know what in the FRIGGIN' H E L L you're talking about!Yeah like we're suppose to take the opinion of an anti-social loser, that complains about going out to the movies?Stay home, I'm sure Dateline NBC will be calling soon about that episode they had recently.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Fock the In-Laws!!!
    I saw this in a movie theater, due to another movie, The Incredibles, being so full, we couldn't find seats for the whole family (Gosh I hate going out to theaters, I'm so glad I don't do it too much anymore!)
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    13. Clint Eastwood Collection: Where Eagles Dare
    by Warner Home Video
    DVD (02 September, 2003)
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    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Scorned by reviewers when it came out, this concentrated dose of commando death-dealing to legions of Nazi machine-gun fodder has acquired a cult over the years. In 1968 Clint Eastwood was just getting used to the notion that he might be a world-class movie star; Richard Burton, whose image had been shaped equally by classical theater training and his headline-making romance with Elizabeth Taylor, was eager to try on the action ethos Eastwood was already nudging toward caricature. Alistair MacLean's novel Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars Thickly suspenseful WWII flick
    That the Brian G. Hutton directed "Where Eagles Dare" was one of the highest grossing films of 1968-9 is no surprise considering that Alistair Maclean wrote the screenplay as well as the book.The cracklingly exciting plot was fueled by up and coming star Clint Eastwood playing Lt. Schaeffer and venerable British veteran Richard Burton playing commando team leader Major Smith.
    5-0 out of 5 stars One of the best!!!!!!!
    Where Eagles Dare is simply amazing. This is an awesome movie with an unpredictable plot. It took me a while to figure out all the twist and turns. This is a must for any action movie fan and WW2 buff.

    5-0 out of 5 stars WHAT HAPPENS WHEN "THE LIEUTENANT AND MYSELF HAVE JUST UNCOVERED A PLOT TO ASSASSINATE THE FUHRER??"
    ANSWER: SEE SCENE 27 IN 'WHERE EAGLES DARE' AND YOU'LL KNOW TOO!
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    14. Tim Burton's Corpse Bride (Full Screen Edition)
    by Warner Home Video
    DVD (31 January, 2006)
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    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    3-0 out of 5 stars The Dearly Beloved & the Departed
    It's a tale of the living & the dead coming together in holy matromony in Tim Burton's "Corpse Bride" In the gothic era of the 19th century in Europe a young man named Victor Van Dort inadvertally reserects a young woman while practing his vows & asumes he is her husband. It's a brilliant comical & romantic vision of the undead & the living, pure genius this film is. Featuring the voice talents of Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, Michael Gough & Christopher Lee. See Tim Burton's terrific movie of love between life & death

    4-0 out of 5 stars With This Ring...
    Shy Victor's parents arrange a marriage for him, thinking that he will never marry on his own.His parents are newly rich, so they immediately want to pair him up with someone from old money.They arrange the marriage to Victoria, a young woman who's just as quiet and retiring as Victor.But somehow, in the space of a few minutes, true love ignites between the two.As soon as it does, however, the fates conspire to keep them apart.First Victor can't remember his vows.Then the priest sends him away, saying that Victor doesn't want to marry.Then, when Victor finally practices his vows (thinking he's by himself) and gets them right, he ends up married to a young dead woman who was murdered for her dowry years ago.
    5-0 out of 5 stars Tim Burton at his best!!!
    Just like Tim Burton to create such a wonderful masterpiece for an animated movie! Beautiful music! Great plot! and such a great success this movie turned out to be! I saw this in theaters and I loved it! I still can't belive it didn't get the oscar for best animated movie. Wallace and Grommit got it. I am really dissapointed. I've asked alot of people whether this of Wallace and is better and I got alot of responses saying that this was better so it just doesn't make any sense at all why this great movie didn't win. But I still think it should have won and I still love this movie. It's one of Tim Burton's best movies ever. Just like the Nightmare Before Christmas, but even better. ... Read more

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    15. Logan's Run
    by Warner Home Video
    DVD (01 June, 2004)
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    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    If you can stifle the urge to laugh at its pastel unisex costumes and futuristic shopping-mall décor, this extravagant science fiction film from 1976 is still visually fascinating and provocatively entertaining. Set in the year 2274, when ecological disaster has driven civilization to the protection of domed cities, the story revolves around a society that holds a ceremonial death ritual for all citizens who reach the age of 30. In a diseaseless city where free sex is encouraged and old age is virtually unknown, Logan (Michael York) is a "sandman," one who enforces this radical method of population control (but he's about to turn 30 and he doesn't want to die). Escaping from the domed city via a network of underground passages, Logan is joined by another "runner" named Jessica (Jenny Agutter), while his former sandman partner (Richard Jordan) is determined to terminate Logan's rebellion. Using a variety of splendid matte paintings and miniatures, Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars A movie that was way ahead of its time (and still is)...
    This movie is enthralling from start to finish. Awesome, timeless special effects, great acting, a great plot and excellent direction and production. It really takes you to a whole different world, an innocent, young world, but also a scary one.
    5-0 out of 5 stars 2274 myphat white uggly old 36 year sandled man foot!
    I was an innocent babe of "6" when this movie came out and only just discovered it, ironically when I was 30 back in 2000.Ha!Asside from the appearence of people(plasti-face surgury done right,) most LESS intelligent people, in particular a real life plasti-face on some Fox show that had so much "stuff" on her face and body she could barely speak(though had nothing to say) is the reality of it.You cannot be someone you aren't and if you do you run the risk of being Frankenstien's monster.She was(in real life).My brother's college classmate wanted a big chin over his mousey face and so now has aplastic pile-o-crapola under his neck Ha!for being so stupid, I say.this movie is actually a walk in the park compared to what is happening today and shows the "future" is sooner than one realises.The nasty nineties(which I adored) became the neat-n-spiffy 21st century.Sharply ascending zippers and high-strung people who struggle to hide thier uggly character(el demon).That is New York City(git u rope!)Of course this movie-show(a coloaklial 70's term) is in a "Ultra" modern environment(nowadays that is an obsolete term replaced with "Post" Modern). with a method of escape in the rural countryside of hell.The domes(remenscent of Dr. Who's Genisis of the Daleks, Kalide Citedel) is a beautifully done symbol of the future that is not the Earth we know today(or America we knew in 1970+)Typical 60's/70's mentality of actually HAVING a place to escape from the hum-drum pretty boiez school but what evah!Farienhieght 451 playes out exactly the same. In reality, their will be no escape from a totalitarian scociety, those in charge are too cleaver and the rest of us too stupid.
    5-0 out of 5 stars Truly a classic
    This is what Science Fiction is supposed to be, Thought Provoking.
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    16. Jackie Brown (Collector's Edition)
    by Miramax Entertainment
    DVD (20 August, 2002)
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    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Superb ...Quetins Best
    I love this Movie ...it's in my top Ten films of the Nineties ...The Dialogue is incredible ..Sam Jackson ..Chris Tucker ..Pam Grier ...Bridget Fonda,Bob Deniro Robert Forster and Michael Keaton..the scene where Sam Jackson is trying to talk Tucker into getting into the trunk of the car is absolute Classic ..this movie ages like fine wine ..

    5-0 out of 5 stars wonderful
    amazing, this mobie is excellent, pam grier and samuel l. jackson are great actors and the 2nd disc is full bonus. you must to bought this (sorry. My english isn't very good)

    1-0 out of 5 stars What the ??!?!?!
    TERRIBLE!!! I can't believe Tarantino is capable of such garbage. Nothing happens!!! It's like 2.5 hrs long and nothing happens. Is that even possible?Brutally boring. How does anyone rate this movie highly? Maybe it's a movie where you have to be a book nerd who liked the transation to film? All I know is NOTHING HAPPENS! Q: What is the plot? A. Who knows. If someone asks me what this movie was about - I say 'It's about NOTHING'. And not in a good Seinfeld way. Sad really. I think Tarantino tried to make a cool movie. But along the way he forgot that a movie needs to tell a story. This movie is like watching a slideshow - and who the hell needs that? ... Read more

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    17. Death on the Nile
    by Anchor Bay
    DVD (27 February, 2001)
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    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Rollin', Rollin' Down the River As Big Wheels Keep on Turnin'
    Having viewed "Murder on the Orient Express" and seeing Albert Finney in the role of Hercule Poirot, I was uncertain about my reaction to Peter Ustinov in this leading role, such different personalities and physical types/appearances. My concerns were quickly laid to rest, when at a hotel on the banks of the Nile, Mr. Poirot spoke in his French-accented Belgian voice to David Niven who played a lawyer representing Lynette Doyle's (aka Ridgeway's) interests, one knew this would be a film worth viewing. All the key players in this murder/drama were staying at the same hotel, waiting for the luxury steamboat "Karnak" to arrive and take them on their cruise down the Nile ...
    4-0 out of 5 stars Death on the Nile
    MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS must have impressed me, because I bought this the next day and watched it that evening. It's great. Agatha Christie wrote novels with the intention of writing novels, but as luck would have it they translate into films quite well. Exotic scenery. A peek at how rich folks live. An all-star cast in fun roles that are meant to be a bit over the top, so that we think everybody is the killer. And everybody has the means, motive and opportunity to be the killer. But who is it?
    5-0 out of 5 stars best hercule poirot
    if you only have time for one ustinov poirot movie this is the one, great story, amazing scenery, a cast including david niven, angela lansbury, mia farrow, bette davis, among a stellar group ..really good. ... Read more

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    18. Leatherface - The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III
    by New Line Home Video
    DVD (01 June, 2004)
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    5-0 out of 5 stars saw is family
    Leatherface got a new saw for his birthday. No wonder why I cry on my my birthday every year. Don't know why this did not get bigger cause I think it is the one of the best sequils. The remake and the new 2 dvd is awsome.Give it a chance it is really much better rhan 2 or 4...

    3-0 out of 5 stars The saw is family.
    PLOT: A brief prologue explains that after the macabre events of August 18, 1973, lone survivor Sally Hardesty later died in a private health care facility in 1973. One of the cannibalistic family members, W.E. Sawyer, was tried and executed in the gas chamber in 1981. Juror's concluded that "Leatherface" was an alternate personality of Sawyer's which was activated whenever he donned the mask made of human flesh. If there was no Leatherface in reality, then Sally Hardesty may at last rest in peace. If there actually was a Leatherface, then he remains at large, and the so-called "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" was only the beginning. The film then jumps to 1990. Two college students, Ryan (William Butler) and Michelle (Kate Hodge), are driving across the backroads of Texas heading for Florida. One night, they pass by a police crime scene right off of the interstate. A swamp was drained to reveal the remains of several badly decomposed human bodies. Police estimate the pit to containing between 40 and 50 bodies. Due to the conditions of the pit, the bodies were putrifying into a toxic body fat substance. The next day the two get back on the road. They acidentally hit an armadillo in the road so Ryan smashes it with a rock to put it out of its misery. They later stop at a gas station called "The Last Chance." The gas station attendant, Alfredo (Tom Everett), seems like a really creepy redneck. Ryan and Michelle start talking to a cowboy drifter named Tex (Viggo Mortensen) who happens to be passing through. He tells them about a brand new road that's not on the map, but that it will take them to where they need to go a lot faster. Michelle goes to use the bathroom and Tex catches Alfredo spying on her through a hole in the wall. Tex starts a fight with Alfredo, who proceeds to run back into the gas station office and get his shot gun. Tex tells Ryan and Michelle to hury up and take off. As they drive away, they see Alfredo fire the gun at Tex. In their paniced state, they take Tex's route. Later that night, a huge truck comes out of nowhere and starts chacing the young couple on the road. The driver throws a dead coyote at their windshield and then speeds away. The two pull over and get out to change their tire. They suddenly hear someone coming towards them. They turn on their flashlight to reveal Leatherface (R.A. Mihailoff) wielding his chainsaw. The two jump back into their car and finally get away after sustaining some chainsaw damage to the trunk. Further down the road, the two see a bloodied Tex jump out into the road. In trying to avoid hitting him, the couple nearly hit an oncoming jeep and eventually crash into the woods. The jeep turns over in the road. The driver of the jeep is a survivalist named Benny (Ken Foree). He gets out and goes to check on Ryan and Michelle. The three soon find out that they have just ended up in the wrong place at the wrong time.
    5-0 out of 5 stars best of the sequels
    this film has a really good plot. It's in the same vein as the other decent horror flicks that came out in the late 80's/early 90's (chucky, elm st. & 13th sequels).It was filmed better than #2 and was a more serious flick...better effects and more demented.This one is a true great bookend to the 1st TCSM and the remake. ... Read more

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    19. We're No Angels
    by Paramount
    DVD (27 September, 2005)
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    5-0 out of 5 stars A Very Good Movie
    Who could believe that Bogie could be in a this kind of movie? This movie has heart,laughter and a tear or two. Loved it. Worth the watching,and the buying. If you're a Bogart fan--you'll enjoy this one!!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Were No Angel 1955
    Humprey Bogart (1899-1957) plays one of his rare comedy roles in this jaunty excursion about three convicts: Josep (Bogart), Albert (Aldo Ray 1926-1991) and Jules (Peter Ustinov 1921-2004) -who are plotting their escape from Devils Island . Fate intervenes when they hide out with kindly but inept Felix Ducotel (Leo G . Carroll 1892-1972) and his family . Felix manages a store for his demanding arrogant cousin Andr? (Basil Rathbone 1892-1967) who decides to make the fatal mistake of stealing Alberts beloved pet , a poisonous snake ! For the Ducotels , it will be a christmas to remember -shared with trio of rogues who turn out to be three "Wise men" after ! . -Do your need more feedback ! , this is a great plot movie with much black humour and a happy ending . Hight Quality digital Transfer . Highly Recommended

    5-0 out of 5 stars One of the best Christmas movies ever!
    Without a doubt, one of the best Christmas movies ever (and watchable any time of year).Humphrey Bogart shows his rarely seen comedic talents, Aldo Ray is a loveable letch, and Peter Ustinov steals much of the show with his dry wisecracks.And Adolph the snake, though never seen, is a hero.
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    20. Freeway
    by Republic Pictures
    DVD (20 August, 1997)
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    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars A DEMENTEDLY TWISTED AND GREAT SATIRE
    Most people I know who have viewed this film fall into two categories. On one side there are those who hate it, while on the other are those who like it. I am of the latter group. This is not a comedy, although one gets the feeling that with so many absurdities in the lives of the characters that make us laugh, it appears to be a comedy. However, make no mistake about it, this brilliant film is more than that. It is a biting satire of a very dark side of life. One I wouldn't wish on anyone.
    5-0 out of 5 stars An Unheralded Classic Black Comedy....Highly Recommended !!!
    A 15-year-old illiterate girl named Vanessa Lutz (Reese Witherspoon, about 19 at the time) lives in a crummy motel with her lunatic, methadone-addicted, prostitute mother (Amanda Plummer in an incredible performance) and crack-smoking, child-molesting step father (Michael T. Weiss, of The Pretender, as you have never seen him....before or since). When mom and dad get arrested for about the 100th time, poor young Vanessa evades Child Protective Services custody, gets a gun from her black, gangster fiance (Bokeem Woodbine) who can't join her because of a parole hearing in the morning and who is immediately murdered in a drive-by shooting, and, wearing a red jacket and carrying a basket, she heads for Grandma's house (ala Little Red Riding Hood), only to have car trouble and be picked up by the dreaded I-5 rapist, pederast, and serial murderer (Keiffer Sutherland)....now here is the best part: this is a COMEDY !!!
    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Movie!
    My girlfriend told me about this movie.Up until then I have never heard about it.This movie was alot better then I thought it would be.I enjoyed every minute of it.It kept me on my toes the entire time. ... Read more

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