ABOVE IT ALL Main Cast: James Marsden, Karl Urban Director: Eric Van Looy Downtown Fresno is STUNNING! Normy and I gassed up the Kimchi Kitchen food truck this morning and headed back to the Malheur Wildlife Refuge so that I could continue to entertain all those lovely patriotic men with a new tap routine I had devised to Quando m’en vo but when we pulled up outside the visitors’ center, we found it [...]
It’s probably not a good sign that, at the halfway mark of this 70-minute movie, I’d seen a handful of really creepy and effective scenes but had yet to discern any kind of story.
Despite how absurd this movie got in MANY places, Satomi Ishihara carried it almost exclusively.
Was director Ron Howard able to spin film gold in his 2006 adaptation of The Da Vinci Code, with Tom Hanks and Audrey Tatou? Mrs. Norman Maine has the scoop. You'll also find out how her mission to bring snacks to the Malheur Wildlife Refuge is going. Hint: not as expected.
I’ve been waiting years to see this movie, but considering how little I trust sequels, didn’t want to pay full price for it, and could never find a decently-priced used copy. I’d seen it included for a while in the 4-pack with the first two CABIN FEVER movies and the original THE DESCENT, but I resisted buying that, too, because, well, then I’d own CABIN FEVER 2...