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1. The Thorn Birds
Director: Daryl Duke
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The second most-watched miniseries (after Roots) of all time, The Thorn Birds was originally broadcast in 1983 and captivated viewers with its story of a lifelong conflict between the spirit and the flesh. Adapted from the bestselling novel by Colleen McCullough, the production starsRichard Chamberlain as a Catholic priest named Ralph de Bricassart, whoselife in Australia between 1920 and 1962 is one long torment as he pines for his lover, Meggie Carson (Rachel Ward), while seeking advancement in hisclergyman career. The passion and the guilt make for compelling drama, but a stellar cast of supporting players adds muscle to the proceedings: BarbaraStanwyck (who won an Emmy for her work as Meggie's tough grandmother), Jean Simmons, Richard Kiley, Christopher Plummer, Bryan Brown, and MareWinningham. Chamberlain, who was something of the king of the miniseriesform at the time, is very good in the lead, as is the often-underrated Ward. Their affair is indeed irresistible to watch, which proves to be true, too, of the story's thick weave of church politics, forbidden desire, socialchange over decades, and family secrets. --Tom Keogh ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars The Thorn Birds: For You Teens and Twenty-Somethings Too!
Are you a college kid or under the age of thirty, like me? If so, let me tell you a little about how this wonderful miniseries has gotten me hooked! I was only one when it came out on ABC over Holy Week 1983. I had some free time over this Summer of 2003, and watched this miniseries in its entirety. At first, before the experience, I did not know what to think. Afterward, I was hooked and bought the whole VHS box set to add to my unique movie collection.

When I came back to school, (a Catholic school mind you) and brought my tapes back, all my friends watched and now everyone of them is in line to get the DVD this Tuesday (Feb 3rd, 2004), including me. I want it for the special interviews with the cast. Like Bryan Brown and Rachel Ward, who are married for 20 years and have three kids. They met on the set and fell in love. Since both of their acting careers are not what they used to be, it will be awesome to see their viewpoints on the show almost twenty-one years after the fact.

Passion, sex, drama and suspense. You'll find it all here. Watch the passion build until the third part where Meggie's and Father Ralph's relationship is consummated. Watch the tragedy and the ectasy they go through. Trust me Gen Y'ers, this will top any Dawson's Creek, 90210, or the O.C. that you've ever seen. Our parents made this the second-rated all time miniseries ever. Find out the reason why.

Heck,..., how can you go wrong?

5-0 out of 5 stars Tugs at the heart
I just received my Thorn Birds DVD and am so thrilled to be able to watch it on DVD - 487 minutes of viewing in extraordinary color and excellent sound quality! There are 2 discs, with 2 sides to each disc. With all the scenes listed it is so easy to zip back to a particularly favorite scene to watch again.
I always loved this mini-series. The musical score is amazing. The actors are excellent, each one perfectly chosen for their role. The child Sydney Penney who plays the young Meggie does a wonderful job. And of course there are no words to describe the amazing performance by Richard Chamberlain and Rachel Ward, let alone the other lead actors and actresses. This series definitely tugs at your heart strings because there is no way a happy ending will occur. There are so many emotions involved as the characters play out their parts. Anger, sadness, happiness, and even the lustful, selfish desire Mary Carson had for Father Ralph - all combine to make this mini-series that spans a 60 year time line one of the best yet. No wonder it was the winner of 6 Emmy Awards in 1982-83.

Twenty years have passed since I last saw the Thorn Birds on TV, and there were so many things in the series I had forgotten or just did not notice at the time. But now, thankfully, they are all there for me to see once again. My grown children, who were too young at the time, are anxious to watch this DVD as well.
Anybody who ever saw this mini-series waited in breathless anticipation for the romantic love union of Father Ralph and Meggie, and had their heart strings tugged and torn when the two of them had to separate once again. There was so much drama as Dane decided to become a priest, and how Father Ralph did not know Dane was his son. The beautifully haunting melody of the dulcimer in the musical score as yet another family member was carried to be buried at Drogheda caused many tears.
This is just an incredible DVD - one that should be on everybody's collection list. I am thankful to Amazon.com for making it available to me. I will enjoy it for years to come.

5-0 out of 5 stars HE CREPT INTO MY HEART AND NESTLED IN MY SOUL!
The Thorn Birds is the BEST story ever told, and the BEST movie ever made. It's excellence has ensured its endurance. Excellent music, writing, settings, actors, and production/direction, frame this passionate story of love unattainable, forbidden, forever. Richard Chamberlain gave the performance of his life, developing the role of Father Ralph de Bricassart, a character who creeps into your heart, and nestles in your soul! The outstanding cast was perfection personified, but make no mistake, it was Chamberlain whose outstanding performance solidified the success of this epic and catapulted it into the number one spot of "best films of all time". Being the veteran professional, his best scenes were with fellow veterans, Barbara Stanwick and Christopher Plummer, great actors, chiseling each other performances, like iron sharpening iron. Christopher Plummer was never given his rightful due for the magic he brought to the screen as Ralph's mentor and spiritual advisor. Sydney Penny, was another skilled actress, who was overlooked when the accolades were passed out. She was amazing as the young Meggie, and brought wonderful chemistry to the set, as the soul mate to this lonely and troubled priest. Her love and devotion was deeply needed by a man who gave so much to others, and needed love and validation himself. As she grew up, Ralph realized she was his other half, the completion of himself as a man, but his vows to God, kept him from finding wholeness, and he lived out his life deeply troubled. I sensed this was a difficult project for Richard Chamberlain, who himself, is a soul searching man. I observed a great heaviness in his soul as he developed and created the most complex, but deeply loved character in film history. I got the feeling this role took him to places he had never been before. In turn, he took his audience to places we have never been before, and I am still not sure I want to come back.

5-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful but Tragic Love Story.....
For all those "romantics" out there this is definitely one film not to miss!!!!! I was transfixed to the screen from start to finish..... it is something I will watch again and again....but only from time to time as it is about 12 hours long. (By the way, excuse the cliches). I saw this as a teenager only once and I have to say the beauty of this film for me hasnt changed at all and it must be a good 15 years!

What is the film about? In short, it is a love story between a woman and a priest spanning over four or five decades. She is denied his love because he chooses God, but for both of them it is an on going battle as he does love her too. As the story unfolds you will see if he stays faithful to the cloth or if she stays loyal to him.....even two decades is a long time to stay committed to anything! Watch it....and you will find out what happens...

The story is passionate and charismatic with a well chosen cast that will linger in your thoughts well after you have watched it. Richard Chamberlain and Rachel Ward are exemplary in their performances but I have to say some of the supporting actors like Barbara Stanwyck, Jean Simmons and Richard Kiley are truly outstanding!

I give this a 5 Star rating and would recommend it to everyone!

2-0 out of 5 stars Thorn Birds is not like the book.....
it pretty much follows the book faithfully in circumstances but not much in character. Ralph, in the series, is long suffering but in the book he came across as smarmier. And instead of Justine being distant and flippant, she acted more like a spoiled brat. The heart of the book didn't really translate with the mini-series. Ick! ... Read more


2. Hired Heart
Director: Jeremy Paul Kagan
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4-0 out of 5 stars The Hired Heart - one of my all-time favorites!
I saw The Hired Heart on our lifetime TV channel and LOVED IT! I was in the mood (as I am most times) for a happy, uplifting movie with romance AND good ending, and this filled the bill for me. Enter - a girl who is a doctor in a small town. She is forever hounded by her entire town to let them help her "find a husband." Her idea to "HIRE" someone to be that person on a totally platonic level for one week - well, that caught my eye right away. The process of their relationship becoming more than just a hired heart was a total pleasure to watch. I highly recommend this movie to all movie-lovers who enjoy "a chick-flick" with a happy ending. ... Read more


3. The Replacements
Director: Howard Deutch
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5-0 out of 5 stars This film is FALCOTASTIC!!
Wow! This film has it all ~ Great direction, a superb cast of very funny 'cats' and a really rocking soundtrack.

It's stars the very excellent KEANU REEVES, as Shane 'Footsteps' Falco, a professional football player who bombed back in '96.

He and his fellow team mates are given a 'second chance' to make it big as the 'replacements' when the real Washington Sentinels go on strike.

This is based on true events, which I always find more endearing.

Howard Deutch has made a gem of a film, which I'd gladly watch over and over again with no difficulty.

His sense of what is humourous is spot on and I just love the way different scenes are interspliced to give the movie it's own unique style.

The guys that directed the 'plays' on the football field did a marvellous job! You get to see the real action and it keeps you glues to your seat. The background music is well chosen to suit the situations that come up and just plain ROCKS!!

This is definately a film to watch whilst wearing headphones.

Watch 'The Replacements' and you will understand why I love Keanu Reeves. Mr Reeves is absolutely awesome as the quaterback with the hard task of getting his rag-tag team together. He's humble yet when it comes to the crunch can stand up there on his own.

His character reminds me of Neo, due to his initial self-doubt, but with the help of a good strong woman [Annabelle, played very well by Brooke Langton], anything is possible [I'm sounding all Matrixy now LOL].

The other characters are uniquely wonderful and played marvellously. My favourites are:

ORLANDO JONES as 'Clifford Franklin'. Has to be seen to be believed. This gentleman is a real talent and had me rolling with laughter. He has some great lines.

RHYS IFANS as 'Nigel Gruff'. Man! he is soooooo funny and has some real classic moments.

JON FAVREAU puts his all into 'Bateman' ~ not to be messed with, but truely hillarious!

Go buy this movie ~ you will not regret it!

2-0 out of 5 stars Boring and Recycled
Let's get the only two eliments that I liked about the movie out of the way first. 1) The cast: With Keanu Reeves, John Favreau, Orlando Jones, Rhys Ifans and Gene Hackman. 2)The soundtrack: lots of great sport theme songs you would here at a real football or baseball game. The Movie itself. Well, maybe Hollywood thought the world needed a up to date sports comedy. Taking off of other such sports movie as Major League or Necessary Roughness where you have a bunch of underdogs (that are made of rookies, has-beens, and off-the-wall characters) that, if only they work as team, they will beat even the best of the best, win the hearts of all fans and ulitmately get the girl. I like movies like this, but this one didn't seem work. The crew didn't seem to click together, like the actors were just doing this movie inbetween their real projects (Keanu- waiting for Matrix sequels, Favreau- getting back to directing and writing, Orlando Jones- making an actual funny movie with non-recycled gags). The plot seemed too hokie. They needed a story line that could bring together a bunch of underdogs (In Major League, the owner wanted to put together the worst team so she could get relocated to a new stadium. In Necessary Roughness, the actual college players were pulled from the field because of bribes and under the table perks they were getting). In this movie, the actual pro-team players go on strike mid season forcing the owners to bring in average joes (with remarkable abilities ofcourse) to fill in their places (which is probably taking off the real life strike Pro Baseball went through and owners recruited outside players). The striking proplayers turn into the school bullies, all loyally following their quarterback, as they attempt to torment the players (turning over Falco's ((Reeves)) truck on more than one occasion). There is bar fight, a leading lady (which claims she doesn't date football players, but just happens to fall for one in this particular instance) and plenty of slap-stick gags that seems they may appeal best to 12 year old males. This isn't the first time Keanu has played a former football player. He goes from Johnny Utah (college quarterback turned FBI surfer in Point Break to Footsteps Falco in this movie). This isn't the first football movie for John Faveau, he played an over-weight nerd in Rudy. Gene Hackman played a better coach in Hoosiers. For some of these actors like Orlando Jones or Rhys Ifan this may be a big deal. Major motion pictures with big names to help out on their resume. Not that they haven't played in other movies with equally big stars, this one didn't hurt. For me, with the amount of actors in the movie, it makes playing "6 degrees of Kevin Bacon" that much easier. All and all, don't worry about rushing to your local video store to see this one anytime soon. If you like any of the actors in this movie, then it may be something you may want to pick up.

5-0 out of 5 stars Worth Seeing
I've seen this movie no less than 5 times and I've found it funny each time. Definitely one to add to your collection.

5-0 out of 5 stars Always Good for a Laugh
This film is essentially Necessary Roughness reincarnated for the 21st century. Except this time, Kathy Ireland has been traded for a wise-cracking, nipple-rubbing Welch kicker.

Despite the similar plot lines, The Replacements has enough surprises and character twists to stand alone. The musical score is simply incredible, and does a fantastic job of setting the mood for each scene. I've gotten more miles out of this dvd than many "critically acclaimed" films.

Bottom Line: It's uplifting, hilarious fun that is worth every penny. Anyone who has had a dream will enjoy this one.

4-0 out of 5 stars Entertaining, but Nothing New
Overall, you will remember Remember the Titans (interaction of each member), and Jerry McGuire (true spirit of sports) when watching this movie after the twos.

Why this movie is worth to be watched more than once :

1. Like other sport movies, you will find friendship, teamwork, sportsmanship, overcome previous failure, and doing the impossible. So .. you will enjoy the game.

2. It's always interesting to watch someone (in this case, the coach) collecting different people with different skill to build the winning team, and how the skill is applied in the story.

3. You will not bored. The story is flowing quite fast (only a few unnecessary scenes), lots of laughable moments and good songs.

If you are film critics, perhaps you will find this film is 'usual' or 'light'. The plot is obvious, there is no intrigue/twist. Acting is so-so since characters are only revealed as much as this film needs.

But overall, it is very entertaining. ... Read more


4. Something to Talk About
Director: Lasse Hallström
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5-0 out of 5 stars I ADORE this movie
There isn't anything in this that was earth shattering or incredible performances. It was just a good Sunday Afternoon flick, I own this one and forgot how much I enjoyed it until my Daughter and I pulled it off the shelf.

Julia Roberts does a believable job as a woman who has found out that her husband has screwed around on her. What I liked most about this movie was allll of the secondary characters... Kyra was the PERFECT Older sister looking out for her younger one, Gena was Great as the Southern Belle Mama, the Aunt (don't know this woman's name)was HILARIOUS as the "little" crazy Aunt that would/could go there. You really have to pay attention to this movie there are so many innuendos and funny moments that I truly can recommend this one. The actress that played the daughter was wonderful and last but not least Dennis Quaid did quite a convincing job as a contrite husband (once he was caught).

If you want something along this plot line I would also suggest "Hope Floats" which also stars Gena Rowlands and has pretty much the same subject matter but not the same movie. Enjoy.

Respectfully Reviewed

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the 10-12 I watch repeatedly. . .
As a 30-something chick, I have a few romantic comedies and dramas that I have watched so many times I can repeat them line for line. I put them on, if for nothing else, for the background noise. This movie is one of them. The title of the movie says it all; Julia Roberts (Grace) gives the entire town something to talk about when she finds out about her husband's cheating ways. The movie is funny and poignant at the same time, making the viewer re-visit some decisions they made in their lives that got them where they are today. Kyra Sedgwick is absolutely fabulous (much better than in "Singles") and Gena Rowlands is wonderful, as well. Pair that with a great subplot about horse competitions and coming to grip with aging, you've got a great movie that was completely underrated by most critics.

2-0 out of 5 stars Something to Talk About
Although Quaid AND Roberts deliver good performances... this movie just plods along and is never clear. We never have a CLEAR reason for her to return to her husband.

Her relationship with her father is unclear---why is she so angry? And if he makes her so crazy, then why work with him then? Some cute moments, sure... the food poisoning, the doctor and the father fighting... but otherwise... yawn Could have been a contender... but it's not

4-0 out of 5 stars An enjoyable and entertaining film
Curl up and enjoy this movie. It is funny, sad, interesting and most of all enjoyable. I disagree with the person who said that the husband and wife spontaneously dance and then live happily ever after. Did we watch the same movie? The wife (Julia Roberts) then goes back to school and her husband begins courting her. Dating, not back to move in and live happily ever after.

5-0 out of 5 stars Something to talk about -
I Love the movie, it's good clean fun, probably not so much for the men as for us females. I have watched this time and time again plus do-not have to worry if my daughter wanders in and out as anything she should not be hearing would go over her head anyway. Kind of reminds me of a totaly modern, "Harper valley PTA" I have an old taped version that i borrowed from a friend years ago, so now i have just brought another copy so she can hers back. A must ***** ... Read more


5. National Security (Special Edition)
Director: Dennis Dugan
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Earl (Martin Lawrence) and Hank (Steve Zahn) can't seem toescape each other. They met on opposite sides of the law during aroutine traffic stop but now they've been thrown together to bust amillion dollar smuggling operation. As hare-brained as their plan maybe, these unlikely partners might just solve a crime... if they don't kill each other first. ... Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars GET A GRIP PEOPLE!!!
As a white guy, I was not the least bit offended by this movie. I think most people out there simply didn't get it. Martin Lawrence was PURPOSELY playing a character who was over the top in his suspicion of white people, especially cops.

I don't understand why so many people are put off. Lawrence was hardly subtle in playing a black Rodney-Kingesque character who then has to team up with the white cop who allegedly abused him.

And Lawrence's character is put in his place later in the film when he finds that the Steve Zahn character has a black girlfriend. I admit that this was a little heavy-handed, but that's how this movie goes.

That said..it was not a great movie. it was very predictable in plot. I knew right away who the bad guys would turn out to be, and pretty much how the story would unfold.

There were some funny moments, but this was pretty standard "odd-couple" action comedy ala Lethal Weapon and Rush Hour, but not nearly as good as those movies.

5-0 out of 5 stars Hilarious
The movie doesn't start off as Martin Lawarnce and Steve Zahn as partners. Hank Steve's character is a cop and Martin's characters gets his keys stuck in his car and Steve thinks Earl Martins character is stealing his car. Hank then trys to consult Earl but he won't bit. A bumble bee then stumbles in and Earl is alergic to bumble bee's and Hank trys to get it out and a local citezin records this incident. Then Earl charges Hank with assualt because he's black. You have got to watch this film. It is fu&^$&& funny!!!!WATCH IT!!!

2-0 out of 5 stars Goofy and entertaining - but nothing special
In this goofy cop drama, Martin Lawrence plays Earl, a white-bashing, easily terrorized black man who sends Los Angeles cop Hank (Steve Zahn) to jail because of his hysterical and inaccurate testimony. When, six months later, the two find themselves unwittingly together as security guards protecting a warehouse during a heist, they team up to track down the bad guys. Lawrence is funny at first with his poor-oppressed-black-guy routine, but it gets tired - and even offensive - fast, mostly because Earl is such a buffoon; he seems too clownishly stupid to be much more than a stereotype. Hank is the straight man, and you can't help feeling sorry for him as he endures Earl's completely misguided riffs. Yeah, this film has some laughs, especially during the slapstick scenes, but they are either mild or mindless, fine as long as you don't expect uproarious comedy.

This film is definitely a rental, not a purchase. It is entertaining, humorous, but nothing you'll remember in a few days.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good film,but flawed...
National Security was a good film,but had some flaws.The stunts and action secquences were satisfying,but if there had been more action in the film,the action would have been excellent.Another flaw is that Steve Zahn's acting was horrible as Hank Rafferty.Zahn wasn't convincable one bit.Terrible casting choice.Also,Martin Lawrence took up most of the movie with racist humor and dialogue and being afraid of bees.Overall,you should see this movie.Rating:9/10

2-0 out of 5 stars Weak!
Weak performance by Martin Lawrence. If you saw him in Bad Boys, this movie looks bad. ... Read more


6. Gambler V:Playing for Keeps
Director: Jack Bender
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7. Suburban Madness
Director: Robert Dornhelm
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8. Where Sleeping Dogs Lie
Director: Charles Finch
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2-0 out of 5 stars SNOOZING DOGS INDEED
What a shame to have two excellent performances wasted on a script that doesn't go anywhere. Dylan McDermott gives an excellent performance as a writer who isn't going anywhere. Fate decrees he's to "live" in a house he's supposed to be selling, a house which was the scene of a brutal mass murder. Enter Tom Sizemore, equally impressive, as a strange, neurotic young man who claims to be the manager of a local grocery store. McDermott and Sizemore strike up a tenuous relationship, and as the movie unfolds, we're expecting some startling revelations...which never come to fruition. Is Sizemore the killer? Or is he just a lonely man looking for companionship? Add an icily cold performance by a young Sharon Stone as McDermott's bitchy editor and you have the ingredients for a tidy little thriller. But no souffle here folks. All the ingredients don't come together and you're left wondering just what you've spent 90 minutes with.
Recommended only for the two male performances.

3-0 out of 5 stars Would have benifited from more Sharon Stone
All in all the movie was an interesting thriller, but they didn't pursue the relationship between Dylan McDermitt's character and Sharon Stone's character at all- and that was all that really interested me. The end was a little forced I thought, but it was definately creepy/ ... Read more


9. Killing Jar
Director: Evan Crooke
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3-0 out of 5 stars Right Up There
The Killing Jar turned out to be a neat little "B" movie, complete with just the right amount of excitement, good acting, and suspense. It had me wondering all the way to the end. Lots of gore, if you are turned off by such things, but just right for me. The only flaw that I noticed is that at the end, they left some strings untied, such as did a couple of the guys who were very badly wounded actually die, or not. Otherwise, I enjoyed it, and I'm glad that I purchased it. My kind of flick!

5-0 out of 5 stars A Surprisingly Good Thriller!
I saw this movie the other day on cable and thought it was done really well. The opening scenes with the flashbacks were great, and the music was errie. The performances were pretty good as well. It definitely kept my attention until the very end. I thought I knew who the killer was, but as in all good thrillers, I was wrong. I'm glad I could purchase this movie from AMAZON, a surprisingly good thriller that I'm glad I own!

4-0 out of 5 stars Errie, Suspense, Thriller
The Killing Jar is a B-Budget movie with a very good story line. The Scenes are run smoothly, and details in the story are tightly used to tell the story. Great performances by the Leads, and in particular Tamlyn Tomita, who's character didn't have to be asian to fill this role. Often, when asian characters are in the story it's because the story calls for it. Her character could have been played by anyone, and that is good for an Asian actress to be able to play parts outside of being Asian ... Read more


10. Levitation
Director: Scott D. Goldstein
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