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...but ergh! Too frilly and mushy for me, I must stress that me, ,for me! I have been interested in the Titanic ever since I was a young boy, but everyone skitted me for it and said it was sad. But now, it is the only thing to talk about, and if you have not seen it you are some kind of pariah and freak. The special effects were the best we can do at this time (Wait 'till you see Star Wars though!) and the acting was OK, but the story was a disgrace. Portraying the ship's first officer as a murderous villain is a travesty! He was actually one of the few crew members who knew what was going on after the captain went barmy. The mass of hype is a bit sickening and people going to see it 13 times or more need help, the most I have watched a movie is 25 times and that's over a period of 14 years! A good try, but not deserving of all the Oscars it received. I come from Liverpool, where the Titanic was registered, and I know that this great ship holds a special place in many Scouser's hearts, but let's have a film that tells the truth!
Just Shoot Me! (1997)
A truly brilliant comedy! David Spade as Finch is so sharp witted and funny it makes Matthew Perry's Chandler look like a lumbering fool! With the unfortunate deterioration of Friends, "Just Shoot Me" has got great potential to do more. The character interaction is a joy to watch and the scripting by former "Frasier" producer Steven Levitan and "Ghostbusters" producer Bernie Brillstein is fantastic. Watch it, you may be surprised.
Comedy, action and scares. What more could you want from a film ?(Oh yeah, and a dash of romance too). An original idea by Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis and Ivan Reitman that preceded M.I.B by over a decade and is far more fun to watch than the over contrived and far too serious X Files. Great performances by the whole cast, with Bill Murray at his wittiest and deadpan best. A movie that does not take itself too seriously and is fun for all the family. Better than the good sequel, but let us wait and see about Ghostbusters 3 when it is released next year and Ghostbusters 4 nine months later.
This 'new' series is an insult to the people involved in the original "Airwolf" series (1984-1987). All of the 'action' sequences are rip offs from the original series, the money spent on locations, sets and special effects must have been calculated in pennies (Cents) rather than the million dollars they spent on the original series. Barry van Dyke, Michelle Scarabelli and Gerwaint Wyn Davies are no replacements for Jan Michael Vincent, Jean Bruce Scott, Ernest Borgnine and Alex Cord. This show has managed to turn a classic of the 80's into a laughing stock.
A classic show, better than Knight Rider
Even though most people remember Knight Rider from the fad of the 80's to have vehicles as the stars of TV shows, Airwolf was a far superior product. Donald 'Quantum Leap' Belissario created this show about a high tech attack chopper, and oversaw its best years. Even though near the end Belissario left and the stories began to degrade, the earlier episodes are classic examples of good 80's TV, with good solid performances and breathtaking aerial sequences that put the Blue Thunder TV series to shame. A series that should be brought back.