Some great stories from some great Court Room Dramas and some compelling reasons to give court room dramas a try!
On Earth of the future, the planet has been devastated by, ‘The Big Burn’, and the survivors of this holocaust fall in to one of three categories, 1. A Villager who lives in one of the few scattered settlements, 2. One of the roving bands of savages that pillage and plunder as much as they can, as often as they can… Or 3. A Colonist from the colony on the moon.
When a plot is hatched by people on Earth to re-ignite the Earth’s atmosphere, the leadership on the moon will send in there best man to try and stop this plot… Or will he…
A couple of months ago I did a recommendation for the movie, Videodrome (1983), with James Woods (Cat’s Eye). Now this movie told the story of how a killer (supposedly live) TV series was killing people… Now Videodrome turned out to be a truly fantastic film, and it got me to thinking of the other [...]
Empire Records: A Bastion for those who love music is about to be turned in to just another chain store… trying to make sure this doesn’t occur is Joe (the manager of the store). As Joe nears to making the money that he needs to make to buy in to the store, one of Empire Records ends up trying save the store his own way (by stealing the days earnings and going to Atlantic City to gamble with it.) After the employee looses the money, it will be up to Joe and his loyal employee’s to figure out how to save the store before the store’s owner can turn it in to a chain store!
In the world of the future, Technology has become King. There are people in this future who actually elect to make themselves in to Cyborgs. This is where Major Motoko Kusanagi and her team comes in… They are on the search for a hacker by the name of ‘The Puppet Master.’ During this search Major Kusanagi will not only find out more then she bargained for, and maybe the next stage in Human evolution!
An existential action flick about Scottish guys in kilts going on about honor during the middle ages? Really? You bet. It wouldn’t get the attention that Braveheart did a year later, but for my money, Rob Roy (1995) is as good, if not better. While a smaller film in terms of scope (there are no [...]