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It Lives Again YIFY

Many years ago I seen this movie on TV back in the 90s and I had no idea what the name of this film was.I thought it was something like My Boyfriend is a Zombie but in actual fact it was called My Boyfriend's Back.So what is this about well it tells the tale of a lovelorn teen named Johnny Dingle(told sometimes in a comic book style cartoon in some snipets) who is in love with a girl called Missy McCloud who he knew since they were both kids,and he was invited to her party as a little boy. He dreams of taking her to prom and would do anything to be with her. So what does Johnny do to win her over,why have his mate disguise himself as a robber and rob the store where Missy works.But it all backfires when a real robber shows up and shots Johnny. Sadly Johnny dies only to be brought back to life again.But the problem now is he is a zombie and he has to try and win Missy's heart again so that he can go to the prom with her. So will he get the girl of his dreams even though his dead or will he be brought back from the aftermath again?Overall I haven't seen this film in years and I was lucky to have seen it after all these years. The premise is stupid and silly,the dialogue is corny and the acting was decent.I liked the guy that played Johnny Dingle he was really goofy and cute and you actually feel sorry for the guy cause he loves this girl who doesn't know that he likes her. Parts of it was a bit funny like the townspeople trying to get after Johnny and Johnny eats Buck and Missy falls for Johnny. Its a cute romantic fantasy with a horror edge to it but its not that scary at all. If you haven't seen it then check it out and keep your eyes opened for Matthew McConnaghey(this was his movie debut by the way)alongside Matthew Fox and the late Phillip Seymour Hoffman and Paxton Whitehead who played Uncle Millard in the 2001 romantic fantasy with Hugh Jackman Kate & Leopold.C-5/10Not bad

It Lives Again YIFY

After being in relationship with Wilson for seven years,he broke up with me, I did everything possible to bring him back but all was in vain, I wanted him back so much because of the love I have for him, I begged him with everything, I made promises but he refused. I explained my problem to someone online and she suggested that I should contact a spell caster that could help me cast a spell to bring him back but I am the type that don't believed in spell, I had no choice than to try it, I meant a spell caster called Dr Zuma zuk and I email him, and he told me there was no problem that everything will be okay before three days, that my ex will return to me before three days, he cast the spell and surprisingly in the second day, it was around 4pm. My ex called me, I was so surprised, I answered the call and all he said was that he was so sorry for everything that happened, that he wanted me to return to him, that he loves me so much. I was so happy and went to him, that was how we started living together happily again. Since then, I have made promise that anybody I know that have a relationship problem, I would be of help to such person by referring him or her to the only real and powerful spell caster who helped me with my own problem and who is different from all the fake ones out there. Anybody could need the help of the spell caster, his email: [email protected] or call him +2349055637784 you can email him if you need his assistance in your relationship or anything. CONTACT HIM NOW FOR SOLUTION TO ALL YOUR PROBLEMS

The happily married couple Eugène and Jody Scott are eagerly making preparations for the birth of their first baby when Frank Davies, the unfortunate father of the first monster-baby adventure, comes to their house to warn them that their child will be a malevolent creature. He succeeds in convincing the parents that the baby should be born outside the hospital, where doctors and police men are going to kill it right after leaving the womb... After a hectic escape from the authorities, Eugène and Jody flee with their to a secret observation institute where already two companions in distress are homed. Larry Cohen's successor to his own mini cult-classic "It's Alive" is a lot more appealing than I first feared! Here, even more than in the original, Cohen gives a human and dramatic angle to the story by focusing on the initially perfect family situation of the Scotts and examining this exact same relationship afterwards! The result is a touching social drama in which the monstrous baby is secondary to the agony of parents left behind! "It Lives Again" only turns into an exciting horror movie half way through, when the 3 ferocious babies break loose and start a murder spree again. Especially in this second half, Cohen proves his brilliant horror-directing skills by suggesting a whole lot...but showing little. The kids' birthday party is an excellent example of this! This sequel is less blackly humorous than the original and it looks like the gore-budget was even smaller than four years earlier. Yet, I found it more tense than the first, with some ingeniously, but simply conceived shock-images such as the babies crawling slowly under sheets. If you're a fan of cheap B-horror and if you're familiar with the other marvelous work of Larry Cohen ("The Stuff", "God Told Me To", "Maniac Cop"...) you should definitely give this a try. I'm going to check out the final chapter "Island of the Alive" soon as well and I hope it equally entertaining.

It's been a while since I've seen a movie that kept me this off balance while watching it and trying to understand the motivations of the characters. The Scott's in particular (Frederic Forrest and Kathleen Lloyd) are alternately receptive to and then repulsed by the idea of loving a mutant monster baby. Though I haven't seen the picture that inspired this sequel, I'm pretty convinced at this point that there's no reason for me to seek out "It's Alive"; the idea that the series produced yet a third picture is even more disconcerting. In fact, I may not be able to view another film with John Marley in it the same way again, seeing as how he made this one after finding a horse's head in his bed.It's interesting however when a movie almost forty years old brings to mind how things accepted at one time would never be broached in the same way again in more modern times. I'm thinking about that opening scene when Jody Scott (Lloyd) and Eugene (Forrest) are trying to figure out who Frank Davis (John Ryan) is at their baby shower party. Exhausting all possibilities, Mrs. Scott finally asks her husband to go find out if he's queer. Gasp!

When I went and saw 17 Again and the film opened with Zac Efron in a basketball uniform shooting baskets for a minute I thought I was at High School Musical 4. But in fact it was not a bad comedy/drama in which Efron and Matthew Perry play the same character at different points of their lives.Back in 1989 Zac looked like he had it made, university scholarship for basketball in the offing when girl friend Allison Miller tells him she's pregnant. That takes his head out of the game real fast and the two of course get married.Fast forward to the present and the couple now played by Matthew Perry and Leslie Mann are split and she's filing for divorce. When a young girl who was probably bedding the boss at his job gets a promotion, that tears if for him. Perry makes a wish that he could be young again and have a second chance at life. A very strange janitor who is a guardian angel grants his wish and he's now Zac Efron again, this time in 2009.So like Joe Boyd who became Joe Hardy in Damn Yankees, Perry is now young and Zac Efron again. But he's also bringing 20 years of real life experience to high school and he becomes a guardian angel himself to his two children there, Michelle Trachtenberg and Sterling Knight.Although some compare 17 Again to It's A Wonderful Life, I think it stands better comparison to Damn Yankees and the Faust legend, except that it's a good angel and not the devil that's granting the wish. And of course his soul is no danger.Melora Hardin is around and playing the role of one of the foxiest school principals I've ever seen on film. She's the object of the affection of Thomas Lennon who was the school nerd and Efron's friend, like Screech Powers to Zack Morris. As a kid he's played by Tyler Steelman. Steelman was the school nerd then, but as an adult and Thomas Lennon he's a super rich guy, but still friends with the guy who protected him back in the day.I was expecting a teen sex comedy and I have to admit to being pleasantly surprised with how good 17 Again was. I highly recommend to audiences of all ages. And Zac Efron's fans of all ages.

The idea for this film is hardly new. The notion of an adult becoming a teen once again or a teen becoming an adult or a teen going back in time and visiting their parents when they are teens--all are very, very familiar. Films like "Big", "Back to the Future", "Like Father Like Son" are just among the few examples of these sort of films. However, like I once heard a brilliant author say that "...there are only a limited number of plots--it's what you DO with the plot and characters that matters". And, she's right--not just because she's my wife!What I liked about "17 Again" is that it excels for two main reasons. First, the film is a bit irreverent and I loved the dialog. While parents might want to think twice about the film for younger kids, words like "douche" and "wiener" are the way kids really talk--I know, as I taught high school. Second, the supporting characters are really good--in particular, the friend of the time-traveling man, Ned is great. He's a wonderfully funny addition to the film and his antics alone make the film worth seeing.The plot finds Matthew Perry a lonely man whose life is falling apart. His wife wants a divorce and he has a terrible relationship with his kids. However, when a bizarre other-worldly janitor (Brian Doyle Murray) puts some sort of magical spell or curse on him, he suddenly become 17 once again. In this new role, he decides to go back to high school and help his kids. It seems that his son is a lonely wimp and his daughter is a bit of a tramp--dating the scum-bag that regularly beats up her brother!!Perry soon finds in his new guise as a 17 year-old (played by teen heart-throb Zac Efron), he's a lot more successful than he was as a father. He manages to be rather cool and a great teenager. He's able to help his son learn about his inner strength and skills--and joins the basketball team. The daughter, on the other hand, is a bit of a problem. She is a slut in training...but also thinks that Efron's attentions means he's great boyfriend material! And, to make things a lot worse, he and his soon to be ex-wife hit it off great...TOO GREAT. It's all rather creepy--but funny at the same time both daughter and mother head over heels in love with him! And, surprisingly, Efron handled the acting part of this quite well.Overall, the film manages to be both entertaining to teens (I watched it with my daughter and as a representative of every teen in America, she loved the film) and adults--my wife and I liked it. It's rare to find a film that is interesting and intelligently written enough to appeal to all age groups. Some parents may object to the language and the portion in the sex ed class, but I thought this was all handled appropriately and responsibly.Far better than I ever expected it could be. 041b061a72


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