4th Man Out (2015)

ANDREW NACKMAN Bil’s rating (out of 5): BB.5.  Alternate title:  Fourth Man Out USA, 2015.  Tait Productions, Moving Pictures.  Screenplay by Aaron Dancik.  Cinematography by Damian Horan.  Produced by Lauren Avinoam, Lauren Hogarth, Jed Mellick.  Music by Herman Beeftink.  Production Design by Maria Dirolf.  Costume Design by Alex Simone.  Film Editing by Michael P. Shawver.  Podcast:…

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Austin Powers In Goldmember (2002)

JAY ROACH Bil’s rating (out of 5):  BB.  USA, 2002.  New Line Cinema, Gratitude International, Team Todd, Moving Pictures, Eric’s Boy.  Screenplay by Mike Myers, Michael McCullers, based on characters created by Mike Myers.  Cinematography by Peter Deming.  Produced by Eric McLeod, Demi Moore, Mike Myers, Jennifer Todd, John S. Lyons, Suzanne Todd.  Music by George S. Clinton.  Production Design by Rusty…

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Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999)

JAY ROACH Bil’s rating (out of 5):  BB.5.  USA, 1999.  New Line Cinema, Eric’s Boy, Moving Pictures, Team Todd.  Screenplay by Mike Myers, Michael McCullers, based on characters created by Mike Myers.  Cinematography by Ueli Steiger.  Produced by John S. Lyons, Eric McLeod, Demi Moore, Mike Myers, Jennifer Todd, Suzanne Todd.  Music by George S. Clinton.  Production Design by Rusty Smith.  Costume Design…

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Austin Powers: International Man Of Mystery (1997)

JAY ROACH Bil’s rating (out of 5):  BBB.  USA/Germany, 1997.  Capella International, Eric’s Boy, KC Medien, Moving Pictures, New Line Cinema.  Screenplay by Mike Myers.  Cinematography by Peter Deming.  Produced by Demi Moore, Mike Myers, Jennifer Todd, Suzanne Todd.  Music by George S. Clinton.  Production Design by Cynthia Kay Charette.  Costume Design by Deena Appel.  Film Editing by Debra Neil-Fisher. Hilarious lines, costumes and characters…

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Now And Then

BBB (out of 5) Four friends who experienced their coming-of-age together are reunited for the first time in many years to recount their adventures after one of them announces she is going to have a baby. Great idea, but none of their memory flashbacks are all that exciting or memorable. The cast is attractive, marvelously…

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G.I. Jane (1997)

RIDLEY SCOTT Bil’s rating (out of 5):  BBBB.5.  USA, 1997.  Caravan Pictures, First Independent Films, Hollywood Pictures, Largo Entertainment, Moving Pictures, Scott Free Productions, Trap-Two-Zero Productions Inc..  Story by Danielle Alexandra, Screenplay by David Twohy, Danielle Alexandra.  Cinematography by Hugh Johnson.  Produced by Roger Birnbaum, Demi Moore, Ridley Scott, Suzanne Todd.  Music by Trevor Jones.  Production Design by Arthur Max.  Costume Design by…

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The Scarlet Letter

BB.5 (out of 5) Demi Moore‘s Harlequin version of the famous Nathaniel Hawthorne novel (which, in all fairness, the film never claims to be directly based on) is well acted but airheaded and dull. Her Hester Prynne is a sexually aware bombshell who scandalizes the town by turning all the men on and then seduces…

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