This has to be one of my all time favorite films, and being an independent film with a low budget means that every shot that they took meant something. Ossie Davis as JFK was simply brilliant, as he genuinely makes you think that he is JFK. Bruce Campbell is also outstanding as the 'real' Elvis, and with the two of them working together creates some chemistry on camera that a lot of films these days can only dream of. Funny, nice horror implementation (with the style so similar to the Evil Dead series) and very touching at times (one of the few films to make me feel a bit teary). The soundtrack is absolutely fantastic, fits the mood of the film perfectly and it was all done by Brian Taylor alone.
Don Coscarelli as the director did a magnificent job for a film that only cost around $500,000 and made it look like it was made with a $20 million budget.
The Legend of Zorro and a movie called Shendoha were both watched yesterday during Friday night movie time for the family yesterday. Both were decent. I would give Shendoha a 6/10...they killed off too many people, and the Legend of Zorro a 9/10...although I am a fan so that rating is somewhat biased.
This title explains itself. No porn, bondage, or basically anything under the 18 year level.
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When I did my taxes the other day, I had a feeling that I would end up paying the Man around $1,000 like I payed last year. My taxt rep was looking through my info when he...
Hello Everyone, I am learning docker and My few interviews are secluded next tot next week on skype. I am facing some issues about what is exact mean of CMD and ENTRYPOINT in a Dockerfile and its working? I know the basic working is In a dockerfile, both CMD and ENTRYPOINT instructions define...