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"God fears me." - Edgler Foreman Vess
"Intensity" is the best television movie I have seen. I was fortunate enough to tape the whole four hour mini-series, and have since watched it about a dozen times. I really enjoy Edgler Vess' psychotic and scary character, played by the awesome actor John C. McGinley. He really made the movie great with his physical power and presence, and the crazy look in his eyes at the most "intense" parts. Even the twitch of his jaw made his character the best. His whole philosophy on how to live his life really hooked me onto the plot. Molly Parker playing Chyna Shepherd did an excellent job as well, really convincing me she felt either sick, horribly mad, and even happy at their respected times in the movie. I never want this movie to end whenever I watch it, no matter how many times it's playing on my VCR. I only wish it was available on VHS or DVD to purchase. The only things I did not like in the movie were the Piper Laurie and Blu Mankuma characters. Those characters are not in the book from what I've read so far, and they really just fumble up the story in the film. Please don't pay any attention to their characters and what they say. They don't really ruin the movie at all, they just make it longer.
If you are in the mood for a nail-biting thriller that will keep your eyes glued to the screen, then see this television movie. It definitely lives up to its title.
Very Enjoyable! (relates to dubbed version)
"Record of the Lodoss War: Chronicles of the Heroic Knight" is an awesome 27 episode anime series. The first eight (or so) episodes are about the free knight Parn, his elven companion Deedlit, and many others who make a wonderful mercenary group. They cast spells, fight evil beings, and prevent a black knight from taking control of Lodoss, the Accursed Island.
The following 19 episodes are my favorite though. It's nine years later, and the knight-in-training Spark and his recruited soldiers must save the world from a dark sorcerer and cunning goddess. The animation is very colorful and clean. The dialogue could use some help, but the voices that speak it are very intelligible and appropriate. I loved the action, and I couldn't help myself from rooting for the the "bad guys" in some cases. This television series is a great find for anime fans and fantasy/adventure lovers. I cheered, laughed, cried, and even dreamed about this series.
Sleepy Hollow (1999)
Intense Mystery, Magic, and Horror
Tim Burton has brought this timeless classic to life! "Sleepy Hollow" is a very fine film, with horrific delights, a touch of romance, and witty humor. I was very impressed with the cinematography and the elaborate costumes in this film. Also, the music and sound effects complimented this frightening and legendary story of the murderous Headless Horseman. Overall, I believe this is an excellent film and will definitely be remembered as a landmark in the thriller/horror genre of film.
The Violent Earth (1998)
The three part mini-series, "The Violent Earth", is a beautifully told story with wonderful acting and gorgeous scenery.
As the lives of three generations of a French/Austrailian family unfold, you are captivated by the power of the strong, independent women in the story and by all the adventures they experience. Horrors of massacred loved ones, conflicts with local natives, typhoons, marriages, revolutions, and deaths are all part of this terrific television film. You won't be disappointed with the stories presented, and the cinematography is something you'll never forget. If there is ever a chance to see this stupendous mini-series, definitely stay home and take the chance offered you.