Every week the people of Super Website (Super Blog) will give you a recommendation of a Film, DVD, Bluray, Book, Soundtrack or any other item for you the readers to check out.
Super Marcey Recommend’s:
My new rainy day film? Undisputed II of course! This is the perfect afternoon relaxation film, and I can’t recommend it enough. Here is a little bit from my original review.
“Undisputed 2 is directed by Isaac Florentine who later went on to do Ninja, which I reviewed not long ago. I feel that Undisputed 2 is a better film, it has a good script and the two leads are both so charismatic and so talented it was just a real blast to see them on the screen together. The fight scenes are mind blowing, the choreography is just fantastic and I can’t get enough of them. The final showdown is fantastic, and both men look amazing. I really couldn’t pick a winner, as much of an ass as Boyka is I just loved his character. Sure it has those moments that are typical of these films, and maybe it can be a little far fetched, but if you can put that aside there is a lot to enjoy here. Michael Jai White is in top form, both with his acting and his martial arts skills. The man is fantastic, he really got into the character and he had the right chemistry with Scott Adkins. And now to Scott Adkins, he had a decent Russian accent and he looks so badass as Boyka, he will blow your mind with what he can do. He has great charisma as Boyka and you can tell he really just fit into this role and made a memorable character.“
Logan J. Fowler Recommend’s:
In the wake of “Weird Al’s” latest release, Alpocalypse, his royal weirdness has proved through time that not only is he the king of parody penning, he also had a feature film that reached cult classic status. Taking parody to more a visual level than auditory, UHF makes fun of tv shows, movies, and even music videos.
When George Newman (Al Yankovic) gets his hands on the rights to UHF channel 62, he decides to use his vivid imagination to take the channel to new heights. With the help of his friends (Fran Drescher, Michael Richards, David Bowe), Channel 62 climbs to the top of the ratings, in direct contest with channel 8, led by tyrannical owner R.J. Fletcher (the late Kevin McCarthy). Once Fletcher begins to feel threatened by the rival channel, he pulls out all the stops, and only George can prevent the failure of his brand new successful employment conquest.
With zany characters, some side splitting mock tv show program titles, a fantastic performance by Richards (aka Kramer of Seinfield) and Weird Al deadpanning like a pro, UHF may not be the best movie ever, but it’s one I love to revisit again and again. Cult classic? Psssh. In my opinion they should take out the word “cult.” THIS MOVIE IS CLASSIC.
Pat Torfe Recommend’s: