The commercialization of political hysteria is nothing new, nor is it exclusive to the left side of the aisle.
How's this for an odd piece of movie trivia?
What I love about Gator isn't just its humor and it stunts, but the film's handling of its characters and the fact that its story, which opens with a light and breezy tone, unexpectedly turns a bit dark by the finale.
About halfway through this picture, I began waxing nostalgic for the suspense, characterization and atmosphere of Friday The 13th, Part II.
...only Artistic Celebrity Millionaires have the right to voice their opinions, apparently.
Oh, sure, they may be bad-ass killers, but, when it comes right down to it? They're really just victims. How stylish.
I always figured the Prophecy bear was just a guy in a rubber suit, but I'm shocked at just how short the suit was.
I wasn't expecting much, since this was available on Amazon Prime (not usually a reliable indicator of quality, I've found), but this was an excellent motion picture. Not a political film so much as a story about survival and humanity.