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SERIOUSLY. This is what the crap Hollywood still puts out?
I cannot think of one single thing that I would change about this film. The acting is incomparable, the directing deft, and the writing poignantly brilliant.
Great story, amazing characters, superb action, enthralling cinematography. Yes, this is something I am glad I spent money on.
Former wife of Rod Stewart and Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model Rachel Hunter together with Clayton Chitty and Lane Edwards star in this Lifetime TV movie entitled "Her Infidelity".This television film is tells the story of a beautiful wife who suspects that her husband is committing adultery.But things turn around when the said woman falls in love with the charming and handsome teacher of her son.They spend one night together through an awkward situation.But the said teacher happens to be mentally disturbed and becomes extremely obsessed with her.Trying to avoid him and with the teacher taking "no" for an answer,he completely harassed her no end until the teacher needs to be stopped in the end after he becomes deadly.This was definitely a poor TV movie.It was simplistic as it was full of plot holes.Added to the poor screenplay,we are also treated to a poor characterizations of the story with their actions and objectives.Finally,the issues of adultery was treated simply like a joke.In the end,one would surely put this off or transfer to another channel with this shown on TV.
Released in 2007, "Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer" continues the adventures of the Fantastic Four with Reed (Ioan Gruffudd) and Sue (Jessica Alba) getting married, but their wedding is interrupted by a literal herald of global destruction, the Silver Surfer (voiced by none other than Laurence Fishburne). Michael Chiklis, Chris Evans and Julian McMahon return as The Thing, the Human Torch and Dr. Doom respectively, not to mention Kerry Washington as Alicia Masters. Andre Braugher and Beau Garrett are on hand as General Hager and Capt. Frankie Raye.I've been a fan of the Fantastic Four since my childhood and felt that the 2005 movie was a very good set-up for the series despite fumbling the ball with Dr. Doom and a mediocre action climax. With the presence of the Silver Surfer and Galactus I was expecting a great sequel, but it was not to be. The first half is quite good, however, with the main cast comfortable in their roles and obviously having a good time. But something goes awry in the second half where the proceedings get dull. It's hard to pinpoint the problem, but clearly they needed to work some kinks out in the script. On the positive side, Dr. Doom is better portrayed than in the first film. Despite my criticisms, there's enough good here to give "Rise of the Silver Surfer" a lukewarm 'thumbs up,' just don't expect greatness.The film runs 92 minutes and was shot in British Columbia, California, New York City, Germany (The Black Forest), China, Japan and Greenland.GRADE: B-
The nineteen fifties were a time of adaption for many police departments throughout the United States. The rubber hoses, the brutal interrogations, bright lights and smoke filled rooms were commonplace. So too were the results. Few guilty men escaped punishment and fewer still were the innocents who got away. During the next few decades, so much brutality became prevalent, a new force took on the cops. In this film, "The Detective" the audience witnesses the early seeds of Law Enforcement Officers and the evolution of Miranda rights. It is the story (written by Roderick Thorp) of an idealistic officer named Det. Sgt. Joe Leland (Frank Sinatra). He is the son of a policeman and believes in his work. The victim is the son of a prominent politician, who has been is brutally murdered. What Leland discovers in his investigation is far more than the murdered man's sexual preference, but rather the lengths others will go to cover it up. With Dave Schoenstein (Jack Klugman) as his partner, they inadvertently discover a powerful and ruthless organization called 'Rainbo'. Key to the murder, a puzzling suicide and to Rainbo are Dr. Wendell Roberts (Lloyd Bochner) and William Windom. If you'll look closely, you see a young Robert Duvall and Tony Musante. The importance of this film are the taboo subjects explored as the investigation continues. Unlike today, such subjects did not warrant prominence and yet this film offers them up raw and unfettered. Lee Remick gives a stirring performance as Karen Leland. All in all, an excellent film from a changing time. ****
I can't believe I have finally found some info on this TV series, I was beginning to think I had dreamt it! I have asked into lots of DVD shops and they haven't had a clue what I am talking about.I remember watching this as a kid on late night TV in the u.k and thinking what the hell is this, it was weird and seem eerily like it could be reality, it wasn't about special effects, it's strength lay in it's pace and calm and the fact that it was like a sci-fi soap opera.Would love to see it again as it's been 27 years, but it obviously made an impact on me, it's just one of those late night show's you stumble across and captures your imagination.Dax