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*Some mild spoilers, viewer discretion is advised*I remember watching this on HBO seemingly every day of every summer of my teenage years. Joyce Hyser is flawless. I can't imagine anyone else playing the role of Terry. I think it's her voice and her sense of humor. She expresses a lot in her voice and has one of the best senses of humor that I have ever seen in a female. I talk about Joyce Hyser so much, because this may be the only movie that she has a lead in EVER. The movie, which may not fully do her justice, is made better whenever she is on screen. Also she actually passes for the opposite sex(sorry Mr. Curtis and Mr. Lemmon). Joining Joyce is a fine cast including Clayton Rohner(dork), William Zabka(villain,duh), Sherilyn Fenn(love interest), and Arye Gross(House II!, another dork). Terry's boyfriend and best friend do well in their roles, but don't deserve to be named for they are not quasi-famous to me. As for Billy Jayne, I go back forth in liking him and not. He accurately depicts someone obsessed with sex. If you have any interest in the above actors, I don't think you will be disappointed. There is nothing visually stunning. The script is o.k., Buddy gets the best lines. The soundtrack is pure eighties which is always an adventure. All in all, a pleasant distraction with good actors that makes today's teen movies seem dull which of course isn't hard. And one of my favorite topless scenes which is actually essential to the plot in my opinion.**Rick: Where do you get off having t**s! Terry: Sorry.**
Ilya Salkind, the co-producer of the Superman movies, has extended the similarities by making "Santa Claus: The Movie" roughly similar in shape and form to a Superman epic. The key element in the lives of all superheroes is their origin (somehow, they are rarely simply born to humble folk). Superman came from Krypton, and Claus, we learn, was a kindly middle-aged man who was loved by everybody in the neighborhood because he went out in blizzards with a sleigh full of toys. Near the beginning of the movie, Claus ventures out into one blizzard too many, and freezes. But then he is spirited mysteriously to the North Pole, where he learns that he will get a new name - Santa Claus - and new duties, as the superpower of Christmas Eve.
There's a lot about Live and Let Die that hasn't aged well. The Bond franchise's attempt to capitalize on the Blaxploitation era of the '70s, with a thoroughly white character at its core, is full of...well, we'll just call them Choices. But one thing that still holds up is the remarkable Yaphet Kotto in the role of the villainous Dr. Kananga. He is the cunning and methodical leader of a fictional Caribbean nation, who hatches a plan to monopolize the world heroin supply by, in part, dressing up as an American drug dealer named Mr. Big. Kotto's screen presence is so magnetic that he almost steals the whole movie from first-time Bond Roger Moore, and he makes even the corniest lines land with conviction.
In The Man with the Golden Gun, Lee is Bond's dark opposite, just as deadly but for very different reasons, and his verbal sparring with Roger Moore elevates the movie beyond its somewhat convoluted premise. He is deliciously, completely immersed in his work just as he was with Dracula, and it makes for a constantly rewatchable performance.
OnLive Inc., a start-up run by veteran technology entrepreneur Steve Perlman, is hoping to take the industry one step further by making downloads irrelevant. The company is testing a service that runs video games on servers and streams them through a broadband connection the way Netflix streams movies.
Already, the 30 million users of the Xbox Live online service spend more than $900 million a year downloading games, renting movies or buying TV shows. Netflix streaming has also become popular on living room game consoles. 2b1af7f3a8