Hillary Wolf, who was very famous for her portrayal as one of Kevin MacAllister’s older sisters Megan from Home Alone 1 and 2, stars in this comedy about a smart and sarcastic thirteen-year-old girl and her massively dysfunctional family. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
What better way to celebrate All Saints’ Day than by taking a look at Kon Satoshi-dono’s directorial debut, Perfect Blue, a psychological horror classic about a young former pop idol who yearns to make it as an actress, but who also faces insanity along the way. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
It’s off to Grandmother’s house where love is in the attic and death is down below in this obscure British horror film about two enamored yet troublesome youths longing to do Granny in for her inheritance. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
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I would love to thank my great reviewer friend, Tony Whatley II aka The Black Critic Guy, for giving this film the highest recommendation it deserves and for somehow inspiring me to watch this for myself. I never regretted anything after this.
So here’s my mini-review of this particular film I took part in as an extra. Story- It tells the tale of a disgruntled and world-weary yet popular fashion designer who just wants a lot more in life. Along the way, he meets a bunch of colorful and interesting characters. This formula may have been done before, but the liveliness and energy of this film make it stand out. Cinematography- It is really well-done, using colors to enhance the mood of certain scenes and it does not need to rely on overblown special effects to make it shine. Music- Leave it up to the directors and musicians, Robyn Rosenkrantz and Michael Glover to concoct some of the most calming and down-to-earth tunes that will have them stuck in your head, especially “The Black Cat Song”. Characters- The characters are likable, colorful and charming. I especially related to Mr. Rudolpho as he definitely spoke to me as a person, in a figurative manner. All the other supporting characters serve their purpose in the story and are just as entertaining and likable. Acting- Not only did Robyn Rosencrantz and Michael Glover steal the show as the Greek Chorus, but the acting found in Francesco Mazzini, Roberta Bianchini, Frank Kallinowski, Tony Moore, Stig Eldred and Valeria Ferrario was excellent! Overall, Mr. Rudolpho’s Jubilee is a charming piece of work. Please go see it if you have not already. I give this film a 5 out of 5 stars! I would also like to hear your thoughts on this film, so please rate and review this film on IMDb as well. Cheers! http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3135074/