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Spies in Disguise Megashare9 (2020)
Release: January 31, 2020
Megashare9 Spies in Disguise
This is quite simply one of the most fun movies I've ever seen. A riot of colorful craziness from start to finish. And Barry Prima is one of the best action heroes of the 80's - bar none.
If you like films with more than a touch of the wild, the weird and the wonderful, then this one is for you.
The newly released DVD is a real revelation for those who've only seen this film in cut full screen VHS versions. Anamorphic widescreen, with colors that leap off the screen. It's a beaut.
The extras include a rare interview (the only one I've ever seen) with the afore mentioned Mr Prima, who comes across as just about as crazy as the films he starred in.
You owe it to yourself to check this one out. You won't be sorry.
Director: Nick Bruno, Troy Quane
Cast: Rachel Brosnahan, Jarrett Bruno, Claire Crosby, Toru Uchikado, Hisato Masuyama, Will Smith, Reba McEntire, Mark Ronson, Masi Oka, Toshiya Agata, Michi Yamato, Hiroshi Otaguro, Ben Mendelsohn, Carla Jimenez, Tawny Newsome
Megashare9 Charlie's Angels
Just have been in the cinema. I was an IMDb victim. Yeah, because of the (in sum) good reviews. Now i know it was the 'this is different, so i have to praise it in order to get praised' reflex. The difference is to use (one) quality actors.
This movie is bad. Worser than T4. There is not one believable scene and now we come to this argument: believable.
Scifi is meant to be a genre were interesting situations appear. situations, which normally wouldn't happen, like dropping on an alien planet and survive against alien hunters. As long as people react real, it could be very entertaining how they manage to survive and what you, the audience would do. There is no deus ex device in this flick, but it wouldn't make any difference:
Dumb scene - dumb dialog... ...and so on alternating until the credits.
Dumb action scenes are NOT interesting, they DO NOT make tension, they are just annoying.
Antal Nimrod took the opposite way what made predator or aliens so great.
Nimrod must think very bad of his audience. He don't want us to think while and after about this movie. Adrien Brodys mission is to talk us from one scene to the next with constant conclusions about the situation which are only knowable if his character 'royce' has the script in his pocket (besides he immediately identified a plasma weapon).
Brody, a known actor of format must have denied reading the script or is quality management not meant to be used by the actors? His role is unbelievable nonstop-nonsense, paired with the batman voice.
The rest are mega-close ups, close combat scenes and jungle.
Some days ago i saw Rambo (first blood) again. Yesterday the original Predator. Action movies with interesting character and/or story are not common these days.
Action filmmakers today get caught by the coolness trap. Just to say its cool doesn't make it cool, more the opposite. A little less polemic in an example: Dutch (Schwarzenegger) and Dillon (Weathers) are Predator original characters. They are always trying to be cynical with a smirk on their face. When things go dangerously wrong, they act like everybody else, but face the situations and don't try to be cool anymore but to survive until the air is cleared. That makes them lifelike and touchable. Royce (Brody) just try to be cool, because the script says so. He doesn't make any facial expressions, nor he makes any interesting character streaks. He is just here. Like any other character in Predators.
In this movie, they (Nimrod and Rodriguez) tell you everything: who is cool, what you have to think, why the character do what they do except of doing it the logical and less dangerous way, but they owe as an explanation why they are allowed to handle millions of dollars for this outcome.
There are some other major problems, like the use of thinkable every possible clich├ęs (fe: Russians wear blue-white striped shirts), the use of archetypes, shaky-cam, and so on... Forget this flick. It is garbage. Or don't believe me and see for yourself but be aware that you subsidize future film projects of this 'format' and nothing will change.
Director: Elizabeth Banks
Cast: Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, Ella Balinska, Elizabeth Banks, Patrick Stewart, Djimon Hounsou, Sam Claflin, Jonathan Tucker, Nat Faxon, Chris Pang, Luis Gerardo M´┐Żndez, Noah Centineo, David Sch´┐Żtter, Hannah Hoekstra, Jane Chirwa
Meredith Baxter Birney who played Kate was excellent. It showed her as a closet bulimic. She is so into having a perfect body. She is constantly exercising, running, watching her calories during the day, but when she's starved herself too much, she ends up binging on food secretly at night at her home, or going out to one fast food place to another gorging on burgers, fries and anything she can get her hands on. She even has her little daughter exercising and waters down her daughter's juice to curb HER calories. It takes a toll on her body and she has some dizzy and fainting spells along with a car crash while she's transporting her daughter. Her husband has never caught on about her secret. Finally she is found out about. This is an excellent movie. Meredith Baxter Birney is the best!
Director: Jay Roach
Cast: Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman, Margot Robbie, John Lithgow, Allison Janney, Malcolm McDowell, Kate McKinnon, Connie Britton, Liv Hewson, Brigette Lundy-Paine, Rob Delaney, Mark Duplass, Stephen Root, Robin Weigert, Amy Landecker
Release: February 21, 2020
Megashare9 The Call of the Wild
this movie made me gag. the first movie is my second or third favorite Disney movie, but this one...ugh. The children in the first song made me wish that Mulan would use some of her fighting skills on them, and Yao, Ling and Chien-Po(who used to be my favorite bit characters)were just boring. The princesses were interesting at first, except for Mei, who irritated me from the first time she sighed about Yao. Ting-Ting would have to be my favorite, as she was the only one with any pride in the movie. The "Who Could Ask for More" song was by far the best, and it was interrupted with "I Wanna Be Like Other Girls" with absolutely no respect for old Chinese tradition. the whole point of the first movie is that Mulan Wasn't LIKE other girls, and then there are the princesses, pretending that other girls got to do what they do today...sigh. The movie had one good thing about it though, and that was Cri-Kee. yes, the cricket. He was the only one who seemed to be any help in the movie. When Shang fell off of the bridge, the person Mulan turned into until she met up with Shang again was interesting, but then went right back into being irritating.
Director: Chris Sanders
Cast: Karen Gillan, Harrison Ford, Cara Gee, Dan Stevens, Bradley Whitford, Jean Louisa Kelly, Omar Sy, Wes Brown, Abraham Benrubi, Terry Notary, Preston Bailey, Stephanie Czajkowski, Colin Woodell, Alex Solowitz, Adam Fergus
Release: February 27, 2020
Megashare9 Brahms: The Boy II
As the title might suggest, this is an adaptation of the Mark Twain novel 'A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court'. To make things more interesting Disney flipped the idea on its head and made it a spaceman going back in time, thusly adding much more scope for visual fun and games.
NASA are trying to send a manned crew to out nearest star Alpha Centauri with the use of a new flashy super fast shuttle. This shuttle will fly faster than the speed of light by collecting atoms and ionising them, all through magnetic fields fitted to the wings. No idea how this is suppose to work but its heavy foreshadowing that's for sure. By mistake Trimble and his android replica get blasted into space and on this perilous journey, but they don't get too far before ending up crashing back on Earth in the Middle Ages. Once discovered Trimble must convince the locals he's not an alien or monster, get to grips with medieval life and eventually try to stop Merlin and Mordred from overthrowing Arthur.
Right so this is a Disney movie, an old Disney movie, so you know to expect slushy crapola just like all old live action Disney movies. I mean straight away, this professor dude at NASA rings up the main character Trimble and tells him to make a humanoid android for the shuttle project...and he does! He just says 'yes sir' and gets right to it, creating the perfect human looking android with perfect senses, reactions and even emotions, just like that. If people in this universe have those kinda of skills why are humans still stuck on Earth? Anyway this isn't about scientific authenticity, its a pure fantasy aimed at kids to enjoy, and back in the day I did enjoy this thoroughly.
The lead character played by Dennis Dugan is terribly wet and preppy that's for damn sure, but I'd imagine he is appealing to the younger generations with his quirky, jaunty self. Other cast members are a who's who of classic British talents. Jim Dale of the famous British 'Carry On' movie franchise plays the baddie knight Mordred and gives quite a surprisingly solid performance to be honest. Ron Moody is Merlin and looks like your typical evil wizard mixed with Fu Manchu, couldn't help but think it was Fagin in the Middle Ages though. John Le Mesurier plays Sir Gawain adding some nice light- hearted humour to the role, whilst Kenneth More completes a little double act with Mesurier as King Arthur. This duo really played off each other well, like a little bickering old couple, its quite cute and charming, very childish, but adorable. Good old Pat Roach is in here too as Merlin's main henchman and muscle, what else would he be.
The cast was pretty epic looking back, like many of old movies, but for kids at the time it was all about the adventure really, and this had all the right ingredients. Medieval knights, jousting, large scale battles and space technology. The movie was shot in and around a real castle in Northumberland, UK which really added to the realism and excitement when you were a kid. Everything looked like a giant adventure playground with lots of wondrous (yet dangerous) toys, the weaving dimly lit castle corridors, secret passages, the space shuttle in the courtyard, swords, crossbows, various futuristic gadgets, a moon buggy etc...Everything in the film does look pretty good too, considering the films age it still holds up well today. All the sets and costumes look terrific too, very accurate for a Disney kids flick, it does appear that this movie had a reasonable budget and plenty of tender loving care lavished upon it.
Yet despite the fact this was indeed a kids flick, it didn't shy away from tiny moments of edgy material. For starters they actually have a full scale, full view burning of Trimble at one point. Even though everyone knows its not real they don't actually cut away from it! you actually see the stunt guy in there burning! or at least close to the flames with clever use of forced perspective...I think! Put it this way it looks pretty realistic for a Disney movie sheesh! Then you have the jousting contest where we see Trimble's android getting taken apart piece by piece until his head is speared off, and yes there are no cuts, you see it fly off. Lastly there are actually references to Playboy magazine here, its actually shown, front cover en all! Of course you don't see anything but the fact its in there, presumably as product placement, is quite bizarre frankly.
Yes this fantasy adaptation has something in it for everyone, lots for the boys of course, romance with a maiden for the girls, and the legendary actors hamming it up something rotten for the adults. There is plenty of silly hokey stuff naturally, yet some quite clever stuff also, and what's more the special effects and props all add to the atmosphere perfectly. The big battle finale set in and around the castle at the end is the coup de grace, chock full of fun little moments. To be honest this whole thing feels a bit like a pantomime for kids, you half expect to hear hissing when the villains walk in shot. Its all so horrendously good-natured and delightful, its sickening...but in an acceptable way, nice score too.
Director: William Brent Bell
Cast: Katie Holmes, Owain Yeoman, Christopher Convery, Ralph Ineson, Anjali Jay, Oliver Rice, Natalie Moon, Daphne Hoskins, Joely Collins, Ellie King, Joanne Kimm
Release: February 13, 2020
Megashare9 Sonic the Hedgehog
Recipe for a bad movie. Remake a great movie, "Planes, Trains and Automobiles" with many good actors. Discard the potential of Michelle Monaghan and Jamie Foxx. Add canned Juliette Lewis and Danny McBride shtick to save time. Make the Steve Martin character unlikable. Make the John Candy character sinister and unlikable. Imagine how one would react to the antics of the other, and then on occasion, invert the reaction. (That adds suspense!) Re-write PT&A with more action by disconnecting the vignettes; this gives you the freedom to create disasters and then re-start the plot with the leads not dead or in jail, like Saturday morning cartoons. Here's your inspiration - when you do "man slips on a banana peel", don't be afraid to make the audience be the man, make them feel the pain of tailbone falling on concrete. After 98 minutes of bone breaking aggression and multiple felonies, add a "oh my god, my kid is black" site gag, make sure everyone loves one another, sprinkle with pot jokes and sell while actors' reputations are still hot.
Director: Jeff Fowler
Cast: Ben Schwartz, Tika Sumpter, James Marsden, Jim Carrey, Lee Majdoub, Adam Pally, Neal McDonough, Frank C. Turner, Natasha Rothwell, Debs Howard, Elfina Luk, Shannon Chan-Kent, Brad Kelly, Garry Chalk, Michael Hogan
Megashare9 Queen & Slim
This movie is an excellent sci-fi romp combining intense actions sequences with a tense plot. Basically the story centers around an alien invasion of earth and a teenager who finds himself forced into the battle with the aid of a prototype suit of armour which could be the planet's only saviour.
I recently caught this movie as part of a anime run on Sci-Fi, and almost missed this enjoyable piece of science fiction. Detonator Orgun dives straight into the action with a sequence which although enjoyable is slightly confusing. After this sequence the actual story begins and starts the process of explaining the situation and characters. As the movie progresses the plot unfolds, leading to more excellent action sequences and a plot that draws you in. By the end it all makes sense, but somehow you still want more.
I would recommend this movie to anime fans, and sci-fi fans alike. If you can cope with the initial confusion, the remainder of the film bears the marks of a classic. Extremely enjoyable.
Director: Melina Matsoukas
Cast: Daniel Kaluuya, Jodie Turner-Smith, Bokeem Woodbine, Chlo├ź Sevigny, Flea, Sturgill Simpson, Indya Moore, Benito Martinez, Jahi Di'Allo Winston, Gralen Bryant Banks, Dickson Obahor, Bryant Tardy, Thom Gossom Jr., Melanie Halfkenny, Brian Thornton
Megashare9 First Lady
Lourdes is a famous Catholic shrine in France, visited by pilgrims from around the world seeking miraculous cures for serious medical conditions.
Christine(Sylvie Testud) is wheelchair bound due to multiple sclerosis. Although not deeply religious, she decides to try to be healed by divine intervention. After a few days, she slowly is able to get up and walk. Other visitors with much more faith than Christine have philosophical debates on the fairness of it all.
She meets a man while apparently making progress physically, but the budding romance fizzles quickly when the guy proves to be unable to accept her limitations.
A night view of the city with only the faithful holding up candles while Ave Maria plays in the background is simply breathtaking. I am not personally religious, but I grew up Catholic and can appreciate the beauty of the symbolism and message. Jessica Hausner does not preach to the audience at any point, but gives us the opportunity to make up our own minds about faith and belief in miracles. Lourdes is an interesting conversation starter and a good movie.
Director: Nina May
Cast: Nancy Stafford, Corbin Bernsen, Stacey Dash, Benjamin Dane, Melissa Temme, Jenn Gotzon, Burgess Jenkins, Tanya Christiansen, Gabriela Kostadinova, Paul Milotte, Griffin Duy, Joel King, Robert Shepherd, Nico Greetham, Sydney Peterson
The name of the show caught my attention as I was scrolling through my TV app on my phone. Since the first episode I've been so intrigued by the entire cast. The ladies of the show are very unique, full of personality, charismatic, beautiful, stylish, and are so open. I think it's a refreshing take on love, compassion, friendship, and communication. Jack Daniels is very encouraging in his tone of voice, it makes me happy for everyone that is apart of this endeavor. I'm glad this show exist! I don't watch the new episodes until the weekend so my mind and time can be free to embrace every word. I hope the show continues with the current cast because I've grown fond of all of them individually. Granted this show is based on a class therefor I know it will come to an end. Very glad I stumbled upon this I think every lady around the globe should watch.
Director: Autumn de Wilde
Cast: Anya Taylor-Joy, Tanya Reynolds, Johnny Flynn, Mia Goth, Josh O'Connor, Gemma Whelan, Bill Nighy, Callum Turner, Miranda Hart, Amber Anderson, Rupert Graves, Chloe Pirrie, Isis Hainsworth, Myra McFadyen, Isabella Kennard-Barden
Megashare9 The Photograph
Mile High is back now on Wednesdays @ 10pm on Sky 1 most of the usual cast Will O'Brien as a manager and after tonight's episode will be back as cabin crew next week, Lehann Evans, Poppy Fields,Janis Steele, Captain Nigel Croker, Flt Commander Dan Peterson, Lorna, Ed "the stud" Russell, Rachel and Stella Lightfoot are back, Rachel quit her job after she realized that Dan no longer loved her and went to what she thought was a middle east airline but you could tell from the way her new boss was behaving, that not all was right with the job and from the preview I saw she has been tricked into prostitution and is possibly going to be raped but we don't know yet, Ed gave up his chance of becoming a cop after he confessed to spiking Poppy's drink with cocaine after she was sacked under Will's initiative to get rid of staff using drug testing, but Ed should need not have done this as the CAA(Civil Aviation Authority) were not aware of the testing as the company used private doctors because they sacked 30 staff, Janis starts an affair with Dan and he is with Lehann, and Lorna overheard Croker tell Janis that Lorna is "thick as pig muck" and that he felt sorry for her and that is why he invited her up the pool in Bahrain, Mile High is back with a "Fresh" bang and all its antics, humor and fun, makes me miss working for Ryanair(sniff)
Director: Stella Meghie
Cast: LaKeith Stanfield, Issa Rae, Chelsea Peretti, Kelvin Harrison Jr., Teyonah Parris, Jasmine Cephas Jones, Courtney B. Vance, Lil Rel Howery, Kenneth Kynt Bryan, Rob Morgan, Y'lan Noel, Chant´┐Ż Adams, Marsha Stephanie Blake, Wakeema Hollis, Christopher Cassarino
Megashare9 Fantasy Island
In a film seemingly not supervised by a director, two California college roommates, Chuck (Tate Donovan) and Wally (Grant Heslov) take part in a vapid adventure obviously targeted at a barely pubescent audience. Chuck has an opportunity of which he has dreamed, to work for a large corporation where he will begin at $60000 per year, if he will complete a pre-employment assignment for the CEO (Robert Stack), a friend of Chuck's father. His duty is to deliver an expensive new Porsche, a birthday gift to the CEO's daughter in Lake Tahoe, but naturally complications occur due to Wally, the irresponsible friend of Chuck. Wally convinces Chuck to first utilize the Porsche as "bikini bait" in San Diego, where there is coincidentally a scheduled beauty pageant, and where the car is stolen. The manipulation of Chuck by Wally makes little sense throughout this affair, but sensible behaviour is not readily found within the script, as it would only interfere with pratfalls and bathing suit competitions. It is enough to mention, as ever with this type of film, a providential solution is found for personal relationship problems and that no one seems to mind if logic vanishes along the way. A payday is given to veterans Stack, Leslie Nielsen and Elizabeth Ashley, all of whom essentially create their roles, and a bright spot is a performance by funnyman Robert Klein, with his usual off-kilter derelict, in this instance an aging surfer. Poorly written and edited, this picture can yet claim freedom from any mean-spirited component, its most offensive facet being that the viewing of it is fundamentally a waste of time.
Director: Jeff Wadlow
Cast: Lucy Hale, Maggie Q, Charlotte McKinney, Evan Evagora, Portia Doubleday, Michael Pe´┐Ża, Parisa Fitz-Henley, Kim Coates, Michael Rooker, Ryan Hansen, Austin Stowell, Jimmy O. Yang, Goran D. Kleut, Robbie Jones, Renee Murden
Megashare9 Ordinary Love
Anna Wintour, the subject of R. J. Cutler incisive take on the woman who is a powerful voice in the way women dress, seems to be rather shy, in comparison to the unflattering portrait of her fictionalized self that came out in "The Devil Wears Prada". There are no temper tantrums, or any other indication from the way she comes across in the film. One also realizes Ms. Wintour is well aware there is a camera following her at all times, so she was, perhaps, giving a controlled performance about her persona.
Of course, Ms. Wintour is only interested in bringing high fashion to those that can well afford it. She is not at all concerned in what an average woman, say, from the America's heartland, is going to be wearing next season. After all they could not afford spending a couple of thousand dollars in just a plain cotton schmatte from Chanel, or Galiano! Vogue's target is a rich woman with a lot of disposable income, not the mere citizen that goes to Target, or K-Mart for the fashions they wear. Our only question to Ms. Wintour and her staff would be, where are the women that wear some of those fabulous couture outfits. Obviously, they move in a rarefied world where only other rich ladies seem to inhabit.
Vogue is the magazine that fashionable people turn to for matters of styles and trends. Much of what one sees is not Ms. Wintour's creation, but what her amazing staff had done for her to make it to the printed page. That is the case of one of the most intelligent and down to earth persons in the documentary: Grace Coddington, who is the woman with an impeccable vision as to how to present fashion in a sophisticated and artistic way. It is ultimately Anna Wintour's decision what makes it into the important September issue.
We are invited to follow Ms. Wintour in her journeys from inspecting the upcoming trends from the likes of Oscar De La Renta, or Jean-Paul Gautier, to the fashion shows she attends, always seated in the front row, her eyes masked by her trademark dark glasses. One never gets a hint of what is going on in her head as she follows the models strutting the fabulous clothes that has either appeared, or will appear in the magazine.
There is rare moments in which Ms. Wintour comes to being just an ordinary person as she talks about her family. She tells us how her siblings think she is in a funny business since they all have gone to careers of much distinction, and importance, dealing with world and society problems. It becomes clear Anna Wintour loves her children as we watch her interact with a daughter who does not want to follow her mother into the fashion world.
Director R. J. Cutler captured the essence of a complex woman that has gone to the top of her profession.
Director: Lisa Barros D'Sa, Glenn Leyburn
Cast: Liam Neeson, Lesley Manville, David Wilmot, Amit Shah, Vivien Monory, Lalor Roddy, Maggie Cronin, Melanie Clark Pullen, Geraldine McAlinden, Esh Alladi, Stella McCusker, Fo Cullen, Desmond Edwards, Mary Lindsay, Corey Millar
Release: February 06, 2020
Megashare9 Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn
The plot is sort of a Lost In Space rip-off: a ship with a mixed crew - some of whom seem to have hidden agendas - crashes on a very hostile planet. The crew members struggle to survive animal attacks and each other, while the mystery of their mission unravels. The plotting is a bit complex and far-fetched, but at least it's not boring and predictable. And most importantly, the action animation is good and so are the background drawings. Nothing screams cheap like poorly animated characters or crappy background art. With good-looking production values and a real plot, this piece is already a bit ahead of the average for this sort of exercise.
Unfortunately, the weak characters and slow developing plot line keep this video from being any better. The dialogue is pedestrian and perfunctory and there is no effective comedy relief or other change of mood in the writing. It all works, in short, but it could have been better.
Director: Cathy Yan
Cast: Margot Robbie, Rosie Perez, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Ewan McGregor, Ella Jay Basco, Chris Messina, Ali Wong, David Ury, Sara Montez, Isabel Pakzad, Daniel Bernhardt, Kc Strubbe, Jacky Shu, Paloma Rabinov
Release: December 05, 2019
Megashare9 Jumanji: The Next Level
If you want to learn truths about Islamic history or you want to improve your knowledge about what is Islam, well this is an absolutely awesome piece of work.
It is very well documented with an objective perspective.
The events are displayed so well and lively.
It is explaining most of the important parts of Islam history.
And the producer also uploaded all episodes on Youtube for free with English subtitle. So you can watch it on Youtube as HD with super speed and quality.
I strongly suggest you to watch this piece of quality work TV series.
Director: Jake Kasdan
Cast: Karen Gillan, Dwayne Johnson, Marin Hinkle, Madison Iseman, Jack Black, Ashley Scott, Awkwafina, Danny DeVito, Nick Jonas, Kevin Hart, Colin Hanks, Alex Wolff, Dania Ramirez, Morgan Turner, Rory McCann
Megashare9 Black Christmas
Some movies kinda defies rating it on it's artistic merit. Yes, this movie is a dated artifact of 90's cheese with abysmal editing, special effects, plot, characters and any sort of tonal cohesion. Yes, it looks like somebody's first film school movie if that movie was a family comedy that just so happens to have a animated talking skateboard voiced by Dom DeLuise in it. But really, at the end of the day this is the sort of movie I feel is only fairly rated on it's entertainment value, and this is a laugh out loud romp of ridiculousness.
This is a movie about a kid who creates a magical talking motorized skateboard in his garage, in between being in a rivalry with a local skateboarding gang who does nothing but jump in slow motion to garage Thrash Metal all day, before getting involved in stopping a evil car salesman from marrying a pawnshop owner to steal her family's lost treasure. This is literary the easiest way I can explain the plot of this movie, it's that incredibly weird.
In between this loose resemblance of a plot there is all sorts of goofy things going on. A random slapstick side character goes on to basically break everything, a bumbling cop gets hassled around, there are several chase scenes set to cheesy Hair Metal and the talking skateboard tries and fails to be funny. Everything is also filmed and styled like a bad 90's music video and has major 90's nostalgia value attached to it which makes it even better.
And oh yeah, the talking skateboard can fly.
This is the sort of movie you want to watch with some friends and gander at how weird it is. It has tons of laugh out loud moments, a great soundtrack and is just short enough to not outstay its welcome. A great bad movie night addition to add along Troll 2 and Birdemic.
Director: Sophia Takal
Cast: Imogen Poots, Aleyse Shannon, Lily Donoghue, Brittany O'Grady, Caleb Eberhardt, Cary Elwes, Simon Mead, Madeleine Adams, Nathalie Morris, Ben Black, Zo´┐Ż Robins, Ryan McIntyre, Mark Neilson, Lucy Currey, Jonny McBride
Release: January 31, 2020
Megashare9 The Rhythm Section
Actor Paul Andor (real name Wolfgang Zilzer) bears a striking resemblance to the real Dr. Paul Goebbels, the evil Nazi head of Propaganda who spent one day as Chancellor of Germany after Hitler's suicide before killing himself. This semi-fictional account of his life takes the basic known facts and changes the names and details, but it still has a major impact on the emotional structure of this Monogram film that is two notches above most of their "B" films, giving it almost an "A" look. Claudia Drake is top billed as Maria Brandt, an actress loosely based upon the real life actress L├şda Baarov├í who was Goebbel's real life mistress.
This film does not mention the fact that he had a wife and six children (murdered by him and his wife right before they killed themselves) and does not go into great detail about most of his evils which were probably discovered after the war ended. But being made while Goebbels was still alive, this was definitely a curiosity piece in the Hollywood propaganda machine, just as effective as "The Hitler Gang" (the story of Hitler's rise to power with a warning of how he would ultimately fall) and "None Shall Escape" which cast Alexander Knox as a Nazi officer on trial AFTER the war even though it was made the same year.
One of the most chilling sequences comes when a medium forecasts the futures of Goebbel and several other Nazi's in the room (including General Rommel) but only includes their triumphs, not the ultimate fall from power and retribution. Andor is off screen for much of the film as the story of actress Drake and her romance with a good German doctor (Donald Woods) takes over. It then moves to his blackmail over Drake in threatening Woods' safety after they return to Germany, having settled in Vienna.
Told in flashback, the storyline has Goebbels remembering his first encounter with Hitler and how he first met Brandt as a struggling playwright working as a tutor. Even then, he was teaching values which were adopted by the Nazi's. When he makes a violent pass at Brandt, her World War I veteran father (an excellent H.B. Warner) throws him out which leads to later revenge on him and reveals his obsession with her. While he is definitely presented as monstrous, Goebbels is also given shadows of sympathetic characteristics, being quite in tuned to the arts which makes his being chosen head of propaganda (which would include movies, theater and radio) a smart move on Hitler's part even though it is obvious through history that their choice of subject matter for the U.F.O. (the major German film company) was one sided.
Supporting performances by Sigrid Gurie, Ralph Morgan, Gloria Stuart and Robert Barrat add great period detail. There's a funny sequence in a Vienna caf├ę where impersonators of Hitler, Goebbels and Mussolini do a musical number. The tension of the film rises to its high point in the finale where the defeated Drake makes a drastic decision and must distract her husband in order to save his life. The final shot of Andor searching amongst the rubble of an air raid and his radio narration of the events which have recently taken place give forbearance to the creed that fascist leaders manipulate their followers through lies whether it be done blatantly or with total charm, but indeed, they are lies, and liars are always exposed.
Director: Reed Morano
Cast: Blake Lively, Jude Law, Sterling K. Brown, Daniel Mays, Max Casella, Richard Brake, Raza Jaffrey, Geoff Bell, Jade Anouka, Jack McEvoy, Tawfeek Barhom, Ivana Basic, David Duggan, Nasser Memarzia, Amira Ghazalla
Megashare9 Gretel & Hansel
This seems to be the kind of low budget film you watch when you have nothing else to do. Well, I got hooked by the first five minutes and I had to keep watching even though I had other things to do. The opening rescue scene is full of suspense and the protagonist's(Jonas) conflict is so quickly established that Paul Ziller and associates put you right into the story immediately.It's not surprising that Roger Corman, infamous for quick, low budget but high quality horror productions in the 1960s, is the executive producer. The setting and mood surrounding a fire crew camp is quite realistic. There are a lot of original features to this film that make it strongly recommended.
Director: Oz Perkins
Cast: Sophia Lillis, Alice Krige, Jessica De Gouw, Samuel Leakey, Charles Babalola, Ian Kenny, Abdul Alshareef, Manuel Pombo, Beatrix Perkins
Frozen II Megashare9 (2019)
Release: December 25, 2019
Megashare9 Frozen II
The scenery, costumes, video production, writing and acting are all top notch with this TV series. Unfortunately though the movement of the story is handled in a very clumsy way that is often times insulting to watch, which in the end make it mediocre at best. Much like driving a classic Ferrari with the steering not working properly. It's a shame too because it could have been a wonderful ride.
The most annoying aspect of the amateurish direction is how things are kept secret from the viewer just to build suspense once that secret is revealed. Also annoying is that there are many scenes that are just plain stupid and unbelievable. There were just too many instances where I would say to myself, "How could they not realize how this doesn't make any sense? Do the really think we are that stupid or are they just lazy?".
With all of that said, this is still a TV series worth watching and it's been renewed for a second season so here's hoping they make some tweaks to take it all to another level.
Director: Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee
Cast: Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Josh Gad, Jonathan Groff, Sterling K. Brown, Evan Rachel Wood, Alfred Molina, Martha Plimpton, Jason Ritter, Rachel Matthews, Jeremy Sisto, Ciar´┐Żn Hinds, Alan Tudyk, Hadley Gannaway, Mattea Conforti
Release: December 20, 2019
Megashare9 Ip Man 4: The Finale
For a debut film, "Macabre" is really impressive! After so much work with his father and with Dario Argento, Lamberto Bava really nailed down the horror genre with his first effort. The ending is so wicked. I'll never forget it! I also like the setting. In my opinion, it's hard to beat New Orleans for a horror movie setting. The city somehow just gives off the scary vibes. The acting is above par for Italian horror films of the early 80's, but it's still a little cheesy.
That having been said, "Macabre" moves excruciatingly slow in parts. I'm talking three minutes for one of the characters to open a door. It's tough to stay focused. But, if you can, the ending is pretty rad.
I've seen this for sale with another Lamberto Bava film, "A Blade in the Dark." I'd recommend getting it that way. I think it's actually cheaper than buying it solo like I did.
7 out of 10, kids.
Director: Wilson Yip
Cast: Scott Adkins, Donnie Yen, Kwok-Kwan Chan, Chris Collins, Vanness Wu, Nicola Stuart-Hill, Yue Wu, Grace Englert, Kent Cheng, David Johnson Wood, Jim Liu, Mark Strange, Debra Tennant, Jason Redshaw, Steven Dasz
Some of my comments might be seen as spoilers, you have been warned.
The Hero heads out to fight the Villain and his Villainess. On his quest the Hero is assigned to the Heroine. From here on the plot has no twists and almost everything is underlined with heavy semi automatic fire.
The Hero is burdened with guilt and he has an Enemy within the bureau. The Enemy turns out to be angry enough to want to shoot the Hero and the Heroine in the end after the Villain has been burned to cinders. My my, what a surprise.
The Heroine is a desk rat that has longed for "the field" and everything that happens, no matter if it's close to rape or getting her head blown off, it's handled as a new interesting experience. The only time she shows that this first time on the field touches her in any way is when she thinks she might have killed two bystanders in a moving car. (She didn't.)
The Villain leads a gang of ex-Vietnam soldiers and their goal is to get even with the people that, in the gangs view, abandoned them after and during the war. On their way to revenge they kill, rape and mutilate to their hearts content. Needless to say, the shots from the coroner's operating theatre are gruesome to try to keep the viewers at least mildly interested. The Villainess wears ludicrous wigs throughout the movie and in the end she has to fight the Heroine amidst the flames aboard the flaming boats.
The special effects are average in quality but I couldn't keep myself from laughing when one of the pads laid on the ground to ease a fall was visible.
As in so many other "the police against military trained bad people" movies, the police, in this case the FBI and the locals, arrive in badly ordered groups that even I could take out with a few grenades and a heavy machine gun.
The movie goes on and on while they fire round after round, gasoline bombs go off as to simulate ... something going off and everything ends with a boat chase and the Enemy getting shot and that kiss that says that everything will be fine.
Director: Stephen Gaghan
Cast: Robert Downey Jr., Antonio Banderas, Michael Sheen, Jim Broadbent, Jessie Buckley, Harry Collett, Emma Thompson, Rami Malek, John Cena, Kumail Nanjiani, Octavia Spencer, Tom Holland, Craig Robinson, Ralph Fiennes, Selena Gomez
Megashare9 Love Island
Caroline Flack presents a revamped version of the relationship-based reality show, in which contestants battle it out to try and secure a prize of ┬ú50,000.
Date Aired: February 22, 2020
Megashare9 Thunderbirds Are Go!
Remake of the hit 1960's television show. In the 21st century, Jeff Tracy, a former astronaut, amasses a colossal fortune and decides that he must use it to benefit others.
Cast: Adjoa Andoh, Angel Coulby, Sandra Dickinson
Set in 1965, the series centres around the early career of Morse (Shaun Evans) after leaving his Oxford college without taking a degree, spending a short time in the Royal Corps of Signals as a cipher clerk, and then joining the police. Soon disillusioned with law enforcement, he begins writing a resignation letter but is sent with other detectives from Carshall Newtown Police to the Oxford City Police to assist in investigating the case of a missing fifteen-year-old schoolgirl.
Megashare9 Wrong Man
A six-part docu-series investigates the criminal convictions of three people who claim their innocence.
Megashare9 Consumer 101
A look at the science used to test every kind of product, from the obscure to the fascinating to the everyday.
Cast: Jack Rico
Date Aired: February 23, 2020
Kate Kane, armed with a passion for social justice and a flair for speaking her mind, soars onto the streets of Gotham as , an out lesbian and highly trained street fighter primed to snuff out the failing city's criminal resurgence. But don't call her a hero yet. In a city desperate for a savior, Kate must overcome her own demons before embracing the call to be Gotham's symbol of hope.
Cast: Ruby Rose , Meagan Tandy , Camrus Johnson , Rachel Skarsten , Elizabeth Anweis , Dougray Scott , Sam Littlefield , Nicole Kang , Brendon Zub
Date Aired: February 23, 2020
Megashare9 The Circus: Inside the Greatest Political Show on Earth
This documentary series pulls back the curtain on the 2016 presidential race, revealing the intense, inspiring and infuriating stories behind the headlines.
Jeff, aka Mr. Pickles, is an icon of children's television, a beacon of kindness and wisdom to America's impressionable young minds and the parents who grew up with him - who also anchors a multimillion-dollar branding empire. But when this beloved personality's family - wife, two sons, sister and father - begins to implode, Jeff finds no fairy tale or fable or puppet will guide him through the crisis, which advances faster than his means to cope. The result: a kind man in a cruel world faces a slow leak of sanity as hilarious as it is heartbreaking.
Cast: Jim Carrey , Frank Langella , Catherine Keener , Judy Greer , Cole Allen , Juliet Morris , Bernard White , Juliocesar Chavez , Julitta Scheel , Coda Boesel , Mary Faber , Dan Garza , Ginger Gonzaga
Date Aired: February 23, 2020
Megashare9 Married at First Sight (AU)
Married at First Sight, which will focus on eight single people who agree to legally marry the moment they first meet. Married, an adaptation of a hit Danish format, will also include three specialists who will create what they believe are four perfect couples based on scientific matchmaking. The first meeting for these couples, each comprised of people who've had no prior luck in the love department, will be as they walk down the aisle.
Megashare9 Murder 24/7
Series following murder investigations by Essex police, from the critical first few days right through to arrest and conviction.
Cast: Carl Hopkins
Megashare9 Avoiding Apocalypse
How science and technology will help society avoid its collapse as environmental issues are becoming more and more catastrophic.
Megashare9 A New Leaf
Follow people on the cusp of key life inflection points, using family history, genealogy, and sometimes DNA analysis to guide them on their journey of self-discovery, and help them learn from the past while looking to the future.
Cast: Daisy Fuentes
Megashare9 Almost Family
A woman who grew up as an only child discovers that her dad fathered many other children as a sperm donor.
Cast: Tamara Tunie , Carme Boixadera
Megashare9 A World of Worlds
In a parallel universe there is world named Ressear where an evil warlock named Sil is taking over. A brave a soldier of a fallen city has taken the mantle on fulling a prophecy of finding the reincarnated bodies of 3 kings and one queen called The Royal 4 who lived 2000 years ago who posses the 4 most powerful art-forms that can save her planet.
Cast: Daphnee Avril Bless , Daniel Pelissier , Robert Rios , Grace Vitale
Megashare9 Top Gear UK
Top Gear is a BAFTA, multi-NTA and International Emmy Award-winning BBC television series about motor vehicles, primarily cars. It began in 1977 as a conventional motoring magazine show. Over time, and especially since a relaunch in 2002, it has developed a quirky, humorous style. The show is currently presented by Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, James May and test driver The Stig. The programme is estimated to have 350 million viewers worldwide. The boys talk about anything from new cars to their engines, but don't be fooled, this is not another boring technical car programme. The boys have races and do crazy things with cars (anything from driving them into swimming pools to setting them on fire). Oh and there is always an earnest attempt to kill Richard Hammond every series.
Cast: Frank Page, Jeremy Clarkson, Quentin Willson
Date Aired: February 22, 2020
Megashare9 Haunted Hospitals
Doctors, nurses and patients give first-hand accounts of encounters with patients who have returned from the dead.
Cast: Jack Kenna
Megashare9 Avenue 5
Space captain Ryan Clark of the tries to get along with others in the space tourism industry.
Cast: Hugh Laurie , Josh Gad , Zach Woods , Joseph Balderrama , Sacharissa Claxton , Rae Lim , Jennifer Armour , Raffaello Degruttola , Theresa Godly , Rebecca Front , Suzy Nakamura , Lenora Crichlow , Nikki Amuka-Bird , Ethan Phillips , Andy Buckley , Matthew Beard , Jessica St. Clair , Kyle Bornheimer , Joplin Sibtain , Julie Dray , Adam P├ąlsson , Wanda Opalinska , Kelly Coughlin , Eddie Register
Megashare9 The Aquarium
Georgia Aquarium, which plays a crucial role in aquatic conservation throughout the world, opens its doors to global audiences with unprecedented access to the aquatic animals and inner-workings of the Western Hemisphere's largest aquarium. introduces and shares the stories of the amazing animals who call the 10 million gallons of water at the Georgia Aquarium home, including rescued southern sea otters, endangered African penguins, rescued California sea lions, and manta rays, among others.
Megashare9 Agatha Raisin
is an exuberant and quirky crime drama starring Ashley Jensen as the notorious Agatha. Based on the novels of M. C. Beaton. She first appeared in the made for TV movie and the Quiche of Death.
Cast: Ashley Jensen, Jamie Glover
Date Aired: February 22, 2020
Megashare9 Ancient Aliens
If ancient aliens visited Earth, what was their legacy, and did they leave behind clues that exist in plain sight such as sophisticated aircraft, complex electrical grids, and intricate construction machinery?
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