“No Good Deed Goes Unpunished” was a phrase my father often used, much to my dismay. He wasn’t so much encouraging me not to be helpful as reminding me that once I was helpful, fate/karma/the universe would punish me for it. Well, that sucks!
So, I was enticed by this tag line for the indie horror The Samaritans.
Swift take: This has a resemblance to another indie horror I reviewed last year, Truth or Dare which ratcheted up the gore and dismay to an uncomfortable level. The Samaritans looks like it will do the same – terrify and torment the audience, seemingly calling them wimps if they even look away for a second. With an interesting plot and what appears to be a compelling story, I think this one will impress indie audiences.
When the first Fantastic Beasts film came out, it was like a magical gift. And I was hopeful that it would be a resounding success, because I am definitely a fan of the entire Wizarding World. Thankfully, it was so well received that we now have the sequel, and the characters, we have been clamoring for ever since we learned about the enigmatic Headmaster Dumbledore’s past.
Now that we have a trailer, it’s like, this is real. We are about to see a new Dumbledore, with Jude Law playing a young man on a mission of urgency.
I watched the live-action Jim Carrey_ film when it came out. I didn’t hate it, but it just never really felt like the real Grinch to me.
What makes a cartoon fun is the ability to really play with the characters. And poor Jim Carrey endured hours of makeup as did all the rest of the Who cast too, just to try and capture that flexibility. To me, that was a waste of time and money. And apparently Carrey had to sit with a CIA agent who trained him how to endure torture just to make it through the days.
Imagine the campfire above, but everyone has to log into an account then tell something to just the moderator and wait hours (or days) before their words reach the group. That was how commenting used to work on our site.
Those days are over!
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