In the latest installment of the Flower Shop Mystery telefilms, based on the third novel in the series by Kate Collins, Abby Knight and company are back to help unravel a mystery and solve some murders. Same old same old.
Of the three films done so far, I think I like Dearly Depotted the best. The mystery had a few red herrings, plenty of suspects and some twists that you'd expect for this type of story, but everything gelled pretty…
The Flower Shop Mystery telefim franchise is back with it's second installment, Snipped in the Bud, based on Kate Collins' fourth novel in the popular mystery series.
Abby Knight returns for another adventure as a florist who seems to attract dead bodies. Naturally, Abby and friends have to solve the crime, expect this time she's a suspect in her former rival's murder. Seriously, all these mystery crime movies that air on Hallmark Movies and Mystery channel, why would anybody be…
Jesus Christ. If you like over the top misery, this films for you. I absolutely hated that every male character was portrayed as a villain and every female character was a victim. There's a certain storyline that for me came across as homophobic. Such great actress (not Janet Jackson) giving some really good performances, they gave their all to try and sell the melodramatic tales of woe. The last shot of this film is exactly like the last shot of Waiting to Exhale which is a far superior film. Just saying.
Saw the English dubbed version, not the original Japenese version.
All you need to know is that Godzilla does a happy dance, which looks like jumping jacks. It's a sight you won't forget. I rewound that scene at least five times. Plus Godzilla actually boxes another monster, even two steps. Do I need to say more?
I can't remember if I'd ever seen this film before, nothing seemed familiar. I enjoyed it for the most part. The B story was…