If it's crap ... We'll tell you
We talk so much about the movies that are out in theaters, but have you ever seen one on TV, not a rerun of a theatrical movie, but a made-for-TV movie. My absolute favorite was You Don't Know Jack, (HBO), with Al Pacino. It is about the infamous Dr. Jack Kevorkian, and his crusade to legalize euthanasia. I had done a project in which I was for Euthanasia, and I became interested by the subject, and the good doctor; that when I watched the film, it was enlightening to learn about him.
Some honorable mentions, would be Halloweentown, (Disney), it came out in 1998; I was young and I really enjoyed it was a kid Halloween movie. As well as Halloweentown II, also a good Halloween movie for kids; those two are the only ones I saw from the series.
The Craig’s list Killer, (Lifetime), I liked it, a good police detective/criminal point of view movie. I liked the view point of the killer, as the police were closing on him; he was more paranoid than in the beginning.
The Kennedys (Reelz Channel), grossly inaccurate, but was worth watching. As a history geek, I was drawn to the story; but it was just historically wrong; they left out Ted. I did like Val Kilmer & Katie Holmes’ performance as Jack and Jackie Kennedy.
The Deliberate Stranger
To Catch a Killer
Dark Night of The Scarecrow
The Deadly Tower
Day of The Animals
Damn, there are so many that I like!
The Martian Chronicles (more of a mini series, but still)
Dont be Afraid of the Dark
There you go; Band of Brothers, boy!
The 10 Kingdom. I was sixteen when it came out, and really like all their takes on fairy tales.
Band of Brothers. I love war films, and this miniseries was one of the best.