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Degrassi Goes Hollywood (TV Movie ) on IMDb: Movies, TV, Celebs, and She hopes that she will start a relationship but is crushed when she finds out I just love a good soap opera, and trust me, Degrassi is the best soap around. Must admit with some others here that Cassie Steele and Mike Lobel steal the film. Now in its 15th season, Degrassi has become cyclical with its plots, perhaps for . but instead of working towards a relationship built on trust and love, she . which Spinner and Jay Hogart (Mike Lobel) plant on Jimmy Brooks. Who is he dating right now? According to our records, Mike Lobel is possibly single. Relationships. Mike Lobel has been in a relationship with Cassie Steele.
Yorke Ryan Cooley use an oversized condom and become pregnant. The two temporarily rekindle their relationship and end up in over their heads, especially once J. Liberty feels she has no choice but to give the baby away, and relinquishes him shortly after giving birth. She goes upstairs with Dean, who forces himself upon her. She later breaks down to Ashley, who promises to use another song. I made a mistake going upstairs with you, but you made more than a mistake: However, unlike Dean, Paige confesses her crime to the police and finally has the strength to move past her rape.
Then, Adam sends a text while behind the wheel, crashes into a tree and dies. Cam, a talented hockey player, relocated to Degrassi to play for the Toronto Ice Hounds, leaving behind his family and sense of security. Cam has one outlet for happiness, his relationship with Maya Matlin Olivia Scriven. Apology and redemption are still resonant themes in Degrassi—in fact, they play out in a big way in the latest Netflix installment.
Even being friends with him is poisonous, as J. And so Rick is bullied nearly every time he interacts with a Degrassian. What results is the most iconic scene in Degrassi history: Rick pointing a gun at Jimmy, closing his eyes, and pulling the trigger, with Jimmy falling to the floor. Next, he becomes entangled with Sean while trying to shoot Emma, and ends up with the bullet inside his body.
Flimsy storyline, but lots of great one-liners, great singing Cassie can really sing! I rate Cassie Steele and this film a 10! Doctors' Wives turned out to be a fun evening at the movies. I mean what more could you ask for? A sex-pot who beds down 32 medical doctor interns!
A sex-pot who not only beds down here husband's friends, but some of their wives as well! You name it, this movie has it. And what an all-star cast! There's even Archie Bunker running around after his ex-wife For it's time it must of been shocking. People must have fainted or been delighted at all the wild going-ons. Of course by today's standards it's pretty tame, and a bit lame. Holmes was no doubt a legend. He was and always will be the "King of Porn".
He had it all; height 6 feet 2 inchesa slim build, a pleasant personality, and of course, his God-given physical attribute! This was one of the "King's" final films.
He looked surprising fit, and did a fairly good acting performance. He had an air about him, and he seemed so relaxed and natural on the screen. However, looking back now, Holmes it seems, knew that he had AIDS and had a total lack of human feeling in the fact that he had unprotected sex with his female co-stars. According to the recent documentary on Holmes, he couldn't pass up the money for making this movie, plus he felt everyone in porn was on a road to doom anyhow.
Truthfully, I was a fan of John Holmes, and wanted to like the guy. However, knowing now, what I know, it's clear that John Holmes was not a nice guy. There was so much potential to have made a really great and insightful film about the causes and effects of one of the bloodiest moments in U. Yet, the film maker is nothing more then a resident in the cheap seats; watching and doing nothing else. The film avoids feeling, character development, and action. It moves in slow motion, with characters stone-faced, walking about like zombies, with no life to them.
Maybe it's suppose to be symbolism, who knows. The first part of the movie is dull, listless, uninteresting, and boring. The viewer feels like they are watching a stone for almost an hour. The second half is haunting, shocking, disturbing, and very well done. Only thing, since the characters haven't been developed, the end is nothing more then a cheap thrill as one gets in watching the aftermath of a train wreck.
Scenes are repeated for no reason what-so-ever: What is suppose to be artsy is nothing more then boring. It's a shame because there was so much more possible. The cast of unknowns tries their best, and the two actors playing the killers steal the show.
However, this film is a major failure. The Young Philadelpians which was made in is tame by today's standards; out-dated for sure. Yet, when it was made it was not only controversial, but very daring for it's time; dealing with homosexuality, child-birth out of wed-lock, mental illness, adultery, suicide and alcohol abuse. Paul Newman was out-standing in the role of Anthony Judson Lawrence, a career driven lawyer, whose mother is hiding a deep dark secret. Newman is at his physical prime; handsome and lean.
Everyone in this classic black and white soap opera was great. Just a really entertaining rainy night movie. One of Patrick O'Neal's better films. It moved at a fast pace, was well acted and well scripted, had adventure, action, romance, humor, and a stunning surprise. Joan Hacket was a shinning light. This rates as her second best on screen performance behind the group.
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Her death at 49 from cancer was a shock to her fans. Can't wait for the DVD to come out one day. I saw this movie with my dad when it first came out at the now long-gone Cinema Theater on Miami Beach. What I recall most about it was the rare beauty of Inger Stevens. What a beautiful, lovely, sexy, talented actress. It is really a sad state of affairs that her personal demons ended her life so young.
I recall hearing about her death on the t. The movie is fast-paced, exciting, well-acted, and the Paris of the s is in all it's glory. Unless this movie comes out on DVD, it will be lost to the ages. Most likely it's about forgotten, except for those lucky enough to have seen it. I even have the original movie poster of this film hanging on the wall of my apartment.
I remember the beautiful theme song of this wonderfully romantic movie; "Joy Joy in the Morning" The cast is outstanding and Yvette Mimieux is beautiful. It is her finest role. Maybe some scenes are slightly out-dated in this day and age, and most likely younger film-goers might laugh slightly at some of the interactions, but the theme of falling-in-love is never out-dated.
Joy in the Morning is a timeless tale of young love. I saw this movie in when it was first released at the Cameo Theater on South Beach, now the famous Crowbar Night-club. It was the last year of the wild 60s and this movie really hit home. It's got everything; the generation gap, the sexual revolution, the quest for success, and the conflict between following one's family "traditions" to those of seeking ones own way through life.
It was a fast paced, highly enjoyable movie. Vegas was at it's hippiest peak, Sin City in all it's glory. Beautiful women, famous cameos, laughs, conflict, romance, and even a happy ending. A very enjoyable time over all.
The poster from this film rests on my bedroom wall. I look at it and I go back in time; a time of my youth and my times with my dad, a great time in my life. I'm a fan of cult-actor Steve Hawkes.
Felt bad for him when he was burned-up in a film and his movie career ended. And even felt worse when his prize-tiger was shot and killed. However, this movie rates as his worst! It is the major pits. A stinker among stinkers. Veteran bit-actor William "Wild Bill" Henry, who acted in minor parts in over or more films, looks embarrassed to be seen in this mess. At least the-majority of his other roles were in first rate movies with top flight stars.
But, Henry is most remembered being associated with this complete bomb. Sexy Jody Baby, famous for her role in Hot Pearl Snatch, looks sexy and beautiful, but the poor girl can't act a lick. She seems to be a stripper or something, and quickly vanished from the "B" movie scene in the mids; most likely married a millionaire and is living in Palm Beach. I think that viewers should be paid to see this mess.
Better yet, let them keep their money and rent a decent film. I'm a big Tarzan fan and use to like to see all the "B" Tarzan films made during the s. My two favorite actors were Mike Henry and Ron Ely. Hawkes has a nice screen personality and is built well, however, it's not enough to save this second rate or make it 3rd rate rip-off of the typical Tarzan adventure movies.
There are some nice views of the local area, and a few attractive women in supporting roles, but aside from that, the film is a bore. The dubbed version is at least bearable, yet laughable. The Spanish version is lousy, as the acting is campy and the dialog childish. I'd skip this mess and rent a vintage Tarzan film from the s. I was slightly perplexed that most of the other people who commented on this classic Dennis Hopper film either didn't understand the ending, or thought the ending was stupid.
It's very clear to me. This whole film is nothing more than a symbolic train ride to hell. The s World War II-era soundtrack is a backdrop for a "popular" war.
A war where the entire nation banded together to serve and defend their country. Dennis Hopper's character is a baby-boomer brought up with the backdrop of World War II, a war of honor. His "war" is the complete opposite; shunned and protested. He keeps constantly playing the old time music to help him reinforce his beliefs that his service in Viet-Nam was the good and decent thing to do.
The people on the train are symbols of our nation; wrapped up in every their everyday lives, totally unconcerned or pre-occupied with the war which was so far away. The ending is a brutal statement that the only way the public could come to grips with the experiences with the combat veterans was to bring the horrors of the war back home.
Tracks is an out-standing, yet controversial, and highly symbolic view on the horrors of the Viet-Nam War. Seems to me that this movie couldn't be re-made today; only updating it to the war in Iraq.
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How sad that some 30 years later, Tracks is still not an out-dated film about the horrors of war, and the public's indifference to the suffering of the soldiers fighting over there. The Hooked Generation turns out to be a surprisingly well-done "B" movie. Steve Alaimo gives a solid performance and it's really amazing that this vastly talented actor never achieved mainstream popularity in motion pictures.
Alaimo is supported by his two real-life friends former world light-heavyweight boxing champion Willie Pastrano and the legendary radio D.
Pastrano goes slightly over-the-top in his role here, and it doesn't rate with his solid performance as Banjo in The Wild Rebels, but he is enjoyable to watch. The scene stealer is the always pleasant Milton "Butterball" Smith.
However, during the 60s, the trio were among the most-famous personality on the South Florida acting, music, and boxing scenes. The Hooked Generation is far from a masterpiece or even a good-film. However, it is entertaining enough to hold your interest. If you're from South Florida it's even more so. Joe Morrison's Best Film! Sadly, "Miami" Joe starred in one stinker after another. Amazingly this film, which I only rate a 5, was Joe's best.
Of course, he had an uncredited role as Hank, so maybe that's why this film was his best.