I like all the actors in this and the premise is intriguing but overall it lacks appeal for me.
What the hell was up with Elliott Gould's underwear? I've never seen a pair of tightie-whities so high up on the waist. That should have been a deal-breaker for Natalie Wood. How does she not bust out laughing at the sight of them in the foursome scene?
If you're tired of the same old kind of Zombie movie, then Pontypool might be a refreshing change. It is more cerebral, than cannibal.
The entire story takes place in a radio station in a small Ontario town in Canada. Think of it as similar to Orson Welles' famous radio broadcast of H.G. Wells' War of the Worlds.
Confined to the radio station, the characters have to rely on reports coming into the station, about an epidemic, from listeners calling…
Half reunion movie, half biopic, 100% Batastic!
I was really surprised by this. Rarely do TV reunion movies manage to recapture the magic of its television roots, especially nearly forty years later. However, this proves to be the exception, thanks in large part to the great chemistry and comraderie of Adam West and Burt Ward. Even after all these years, they still make a great team.
What helps this movie is the way the story is told. The script is…