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Vodly Angel Has Fallen
If you loved Bruce Lee, the old TV series Kung Fu, The Matrix, Kill Bill, Road Warrior, The Raid: Redemption and untold others I'm probably forgetting, then you'll love the genre mashup that is "Into the Badlands." I thought the ads were boring and redundant during episodes of The Walking Dead, but after seeing the first two episodes, it's pure, epic TV. Oh, and best of all, given the times, they banned guns in this futuristic post-apocalyptic society so everybody is highly trained with knives and swords. Yeah, the story is a bit vague and simple, but with with an Asian in the lead role, cinema-level fight scenes, what's not to love?
Director: Ric Roman Waugh
Cast: Gerard Butler, Piper Perabo, Morgan Freeman, Jada Pinkett Smith, Danny Huston, Nick Nolte, Lance Reddick, Tim Blake Nelson, Michael Landes, Katya Bakat, Sapir Azulay, Chris Browning, Sophia Del Pizzo, Joseph Millson, Mark Arnold
Release: August 15, 2019
Vodly 47 Meters Down: Uncaged
First of all, people need to stop saying this is an interpretation of the novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelly. It is anything but that. This story takes place about 10 years after that novel was published, which was my first clue that this was going to be something completely different. As a nice early surprise, the novel itself does exists in this tale, which adds further realism to the whole affair. What this tale is though, is two things. First, it's a superb detective mystery. Secondly, it is well-executed, well built-up, gut wrenching horror.
The premise is undeniably very dark, and ingrained in the times, but there are underlying themes that are quite relevant to the world of today--it is a mirror for certain scientific dilemmas of 2015. The protagonist (played by Sean Bean) is a good man but a tortured soul, with high potential for being of unreliable perspective (his character might be experiencing dementia). So that alone will keep you guessing. If you start watching it, watch it to the end. You will see that it is anything but an interpretation of the novel, Frankenstein.
Director: Johannes Roberts
Cast: Sophie Nélisse, Corinne Foxx, Brianne Tju, Sistine Rose Stallone, Brec Bassinger, John Corbett, Nia Long, Axel Mansilla, Khylin Rhambo, Davi Santos
Vodly Good Boys
I have never seen these two actors, Kyung-gu Sol and So-ri Moon, until this film. I think they were both outstanding! His character was convincingly "off" -- just didn't perceive and behave in the way others expect him to perceive and behave, and so was ridiculed and dismissed because of that. I loved how the film allowed us to get to know him gradually. At the beginning of the film I identified more with the folks on the street whom he embarrassed, but by the end of the film it was clear he was a hero.
So-ri Moon's character, I thought, was very convincingly played as a person with cerebral palsy. She portrayed the intelligence and full range of the character's emotions with striking authenticity. I found myself moving from a point of seeing her as a victim to seeing her as the full person that was her character. In fact, this was one of those rare films when not once did I think, "These are actors, acting." The direction was outstanding. I loved the scenes showing her fantasies as an able-bodied woman. It was a very effective way to help an able-bodied audience identify with her character, and come to understand and empathize with the isolation, belittlement, and objectification that differently-abled people are often subjected to. I especially liked the playful scene on the bus. But my favorite scene of all was the last one, showing her in her apartment, now well lit, clean, with green growing things, with his voice over. Even though the film did not have the expected and wished-for happy ending, the ending was a happy one.
Director: Gene Stupnitsky
Cast: Jacob Tremblay, Keith L. Williams, Brady Noon, Molly Gordon, Midori Francis, Izaac Wang, Millie Davis, Josh Caras, Will Forte, Mariessa Portelance, Lil Rel Howery, Retta, Michaela Watkins, Christian Darrel Scott, Macie Juiles
Release: May 24, 2019
Vodly The Secret Life of Pets 2
Tom makes this film, and it is a decent late night film that was intended to a b film, What surprised me was the budget, what the US dollar can get in Hugary. I mean they got tank, choppers, lots of troops, and a believable military actors. This is still a B movie, but watchable. PS they leave room for Sniper 3 with the ending. It was a power one. 6/10
Director: Chris Renaud, Jonathan del Val
Cast: Patton Oswalt, Kevin Hart, Harrison Ford, Eric Stonestreet, Jenny Slate, Tiffany Haddish, Lake Bell, Dana Carvey, Bobby Moynihan, Hannibal Buress, Chris Renaud, Ellie Kemper, Pete Holmes, Henry Lynch, Nick Kroll
It's amazing that two such talented actors as Shelley Long and Tom Hanks can produce something that--at its best moments--rises to mediocrity, but spends most of its time lurking in sheer awfulness.
If you liked Diane Chambers (on Cheers), you will not like this heroine. She is neither intelligent, nor caring, nor committed, in short there is nothing likable about her. We never have a sense of why she hooked up with Tom in the first place, or why she sticks it out through the long ordeal of the re-construction.
There are a number of minor sub-plots, none of which amount to anything and leave you scratching your head at the end, thinking "why was that there?" The transvestites, for instance, what did that contribute? Or Tom's father? Why was he even in this story? On the positive side, there are a few pratfalls and slapstick scenes that will make you chuckle here and there. But it's lost amid the morass of bad writing and predictability.
Director: Dexter Fletcher
Cast: Taron Egerton, Jamie Bell, Richard Madden, Bryce Dallas Howard, Gemma Jones, Steven Mackintosh, Tom Bennett, Matthew Illesley, Kit Connor, Charlie Rowe, Peter O'Hanlon, Ross Farrelly, Evan Walsh, Tate Donovan, Sharmina Harrower
Release: May 29, 2019
Vodly Godzilla II: King of the Monsters
FATAL LOVE is a pretty generic thriller that barely deserves it's CAT III rating. Mediocre sex and violence, decent but un-eventful story-line, and a dull ending make this one a pass in my book.
The story concerns an undercover female cop who is investigating a rich businessman suspected of drug-dealing and murder. As she gets closer to her target, she begins to fall for him, but also learns that he may be a depraved sexual killer and has to weigh her feelings for him against who he "may" actually be.
The concept is decent, unfortunately FATAL LOVE just seems to fall short on every level. This could have been an interesting film...it just isn't. The performances are decent but nothing too memorable, and the end of the film feels more like an afterthought than a resolution. There is also a decent amount of sex but only one or two mediocre scenes of violence - pretty disappointing for this type of film. A pretty generous 5 out of 10 - there is far better CAT III fare out there...
Director: Michael Dougherty
Cast: Kyle Chandler, Vera Farmiga, Millie Bobby Brown, Ken Watanabe, Ziyi Zhang, Bradley Whitford, Sally Hawkins, Charles Dance, Thomas Middleditch, Aisha Hinds, O'Shea Jackson Jr., David Strathairn, Anthony Ramos, Elizabeth Ludlow, Jonathan Howard
An American pilot, Lee Marvin, is stranded on a deserted island with enemy Japanese officer Toshirô Mifune. If they are to escape this island, they'll have to put their differences and feelings aside. The film shows their rocky relationship and language barriers. The film's strength(besides Conrad Hall's visually stimulating cinematography)is watching these two larger-than-life personalities clashing on an island together. Heck, it takes Marvin nearly thirty minutes just to sneak some water from Mifune's private stash. There's a definite culture clash with neither understanding the other the entire duration. Once they settle their differences by working together to build a raft, it's out on the treacherous Pacific Ocean with it's fierce winds, pounding rain & piercing hot sun.
The film offers the possibility of a kinship that forms as both these men come to count on each other through a lot of tough times on and off the island. But, towards the end when they do find what appears to be the damaged ruins of an American outpost on a Japanese island, that possible developing friendship is shattered when they wake up and realize that while they were alone, a war was raging on between their respected peoples.
There were two endings offered by director John Boorman. The one in the movie seems a bit abrupt and empty, while the alternate ending just feels right. They are sharing a drink celebrating how they made through the tumultuous hardships only to read a LIFE magazine reminding them of the war they were fighting.
Director: Tate Taylor
Cast: Octavia Spencer, Diana Silvers, Juliette Lewis, McKaley Miller, Corey Fogelmanis, Gianni Paolo, Dante Brown, Tanyell Waivers, Dominic Burgess, Heather Marie Pate, Tate Taylor, Luke Evans, Margaret Fegan, Missi Pyle, Allison Janney
Release: July 26, 2019
Vodly Horrible Histories: The Movie - Rotten Romans
Take a naive innocent and drop him in a setting everyone but him knows is going to be trouble. It's the germ for many screen comedies; few have done more with it than this.
Harold Lamb (Harold Lloyd) arrives as a new student at Tate College, head full of Frank Merriwell notions of becoming Big Man On Campus. But his overeagerness to please marks him as an easy target of cynical scorn. Reduced to a live tackle dummy for the Tate football team, he doesn't know when to quit. Will he get his chance to show them he's better than they think?
"The Freshman" represents a fascinating inflection point in Lloyd's career. Established by now as the premier daredevil comic with his iconic turn in "Safety Last" two years before, Lloyd was now stretching himself as a real actor, banking on his charisma and ability to sell a scene while keeping his feet on the ground. While "The Freshman" has many gags, it is the character that pulls you in, to the point where you really care what happens after the pratfall dust settles.
The film does start slow, introducing Harold with his parents. There's some minor business about his practicing cheers and fooling Pa into thinking he raised China on his radio. Likewise, the first meeting on a train with demure Peggy (Jobyna Ralston, a Zooey Deschanel doppelgänger) has them absently trading romantic pet names while trying to solve a crossword puzzle. It's tame stuff.
But almost as soon as Harold steps off the train and makes his way to Tate College, the film picks up and never stops. We know right away he's in trouble when his affected greeting, complete with jig, catches the eye of the school bully (Brooks Benedict, wonderfully smug). By the time he somehow finds himself on stage in front of an auditorium of Tate students, being laughed at because he picked the wrong time to help a kitten, we are wincing with real discomfort. When will Harold discover the truth? What will he do when he does?
Lloyd and co-director Fred C. Newmeyer use the sentiment of that situation expertly by keeping it in their back pockets. Instead, we are encouraged to laugh along as Harold stumbles out of a taxi, trying to put on a brave face after a long day being pummeled by football players. It's guilty laughter, because his blind determination to succeed in the face of total rejection is something many of us recognize.
Doing a college comedy would seem natural for Lloyd, given how his trademark glasses gave him a collegiate air and his personification of self-made pluck. Watching him try out his debonair greeting on an unamused dean ("He was so dignified he never married out of fear his wife would call him by his first name") or walk through a wild party while his cheap suit becomes unstitched is so much fun, it's hard to realize he never did this sort of thing again.
The film keeps you laughing all the way through to the end, but the art of the film is how it works your emotions. His scenes with Ralston are textbook romantic subplotting. He snips the buttons off his shirt in hopes of keeping her around to sew them back on, his face sly and shy as he watches her work. Ralston has several wonderful moments, my favorite being when Benedict's character finally rounds on Harold to inform him he's a campus-wide joke. There's a one-shot of her just before he does, and her eyes are a perfect mirror for our own dread.
The film works well enough as just a collection of gags, with the tackling practice, the big dance, and Harold's nightmare introductory speech all getting their laughs. But after an hour, when we've had our fun, Lloyd and Newmeyer make sure to reward our concern with Harold's fate by giving him his long-overdue chance at the big football game. The gags are everywhere here, too, but now we also can really root for him, not just wince at his unknowing embarrassment. The result is one of the finest 15 minutes in movie history.
Don't be afraid of silent movies. Give "The Freshman" a try and you'll emerge not only happier and refreshed but a better person, too.
Director: Dominic Brigstocke
Cast: Sebastian Croft, Emilia Jones, Nick Frost, Craig Roberts, Kate Nash, Kim Cattrall, Derek Jacobi, Rupert Graves, Warwick Davis, Alexander Armstrong, Kevin Bishop, Chris Addison, Ben Ashenden, Joanna Bacon, Sanjeev Bhaskar
Release: May 16, 2019
Vodly John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
So this is the first review I've wrote. Anyway, I don't know where these people are coming from that call the movie exciting, non-stop, incredible, OMG, etc. To be clear, I loved the first John Wick. The second one to me was eh because it got really silly with the whole "high table" and medallions and basically everyone in the world is a contract killer, etc. John Wick 3 is basically the second one, only on PCP.
The entire 3rd film is literally like watching someone play a video game with god mode on. Nothing stops him. He gets stabbed in the neck, that's ok. Stitch it up, move on. People fire hundreds of rounds at him. It's ok, they all missed. He gets hit with two cars literally back to back. He just gets up. Hell, he gets shot point blank 5/6 times and falls out of a 4th or 5th story balcony, bounces off of everything and splats on the street, it's ok, he's still alive and just "angry" now. The entire movie is just and endless line of contract killers coming up to Wick and them fighting.
Don't get me wrong, I love action movies and like I said, I loved the first one. Without a good story though, it's just silly. After about 45/50 minutes, you literally start shaking your head because it just becomes really repetitive. A friend of mine asked me how the movie was afterward. It can be summed up as "everyone goes after Wick, everyone dies, the end." The movie is also left wide open for a sequel which just blew my mind. Just stop. The movie was the equivalent of someone who was playing GTA3 their first time, just running around and shooting and killing everything that moves.
Director: Chad Stahelski
Cast: Keanu Reeves, Halle Berry, Ian McShane, Laurence Fishburne, Mark Dacascos, Asia Kate Dillon, Lance Reddick, Tobias Segal, Anjelica Huston, Sa�d Taghmaoui, Jerome Flynn, Randall Duk Kim, Margaret Daly, Robin Lord Taylor, Susan Blommaert
Vodly Annabelle Comes Home
This movie is unoriginal, the plot is almost non existent, Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga are not a part of the main story, the scares are all the same, everything's in the same house, the comedy is predictable. I could go on but you get the point. I guess the acting wasn't that bad. After watching it I thought it had a PG(12+) rating because of the lack of gore or actual horror happening but it actually is rated R(16+) for some reason.. Also the Annabelle doll itself isn't scary at all so how they managed to make 3 movies based on it is beyond me
Director: Gary Dauberman
Cast: Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Mckenna Grace, Madison Iseman, Katie Sarife, Michael Cimino, Samara Lee, Kenzie Caplan, Sade Katarina, Michael Patrick McGill, Brittany Hoza, Sheila McKellan, Eddie J. Fernandez, Steve Coulter, Luca Luhan
Vodly The Last Black Man in San Francisco
This film has been well reviewed, described as a 'roller-coaster' and emotional, so I was prepared for something quite heavy. However some 30 minutes in, nothing much had happened. The film centers around Gregoire a husband, father and workaholic who runs a film production company that is facing massive financial issues. In between continuous phone calls and business meetings, Gregoire spends time with his family, at their apartment or at the house in the country. The family seem very close and content, but away from this Gregoire is in crisis mode.
The start of the film plays outs very slowly, but there is a sense that something tragic will happen. Of course it does, but the effect is less than I would expect. Gregoire's death devastates those around him and his wife is left to pick up the pieces. What should be an emotional, er, roller-coaster fails to engage on an emotional level because while we see Gregoire is up against life, there is no indication that life is so bad that suicide is the answer. There is also no shock element to his death, Gregoire burns some papers then walks along and shoots himself and it all seemed unrealistic.
The film also struggles as there is an immense array of pointless scenes: the elder daughter sitting in a cafe ordering a coffee, the family walking around a church in Italy. All of these scenes add nothing except to drag out the story which after the death introduces a secret child and a friendship between the elder daughter and a young man who was to work with her fathers company. Neither of these stories are explored in any detail and so add nothing to the film either.
It's a shame that for me the film didn't engage. There are some nice performances, especially from the daughters and the scenes of the family are actually quite endearing. What a loss then that a potentially interesting and emotional story set inside the world of film making is nothing but slow and a little boring.
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Director: Joe Talbot
Cast: Jimmie Fails, Jonathan Majors, Danny Glover, Tichina Arnold, Rob Morgan, Mike Epps, Finn Wittrock, Thora Birch, Willie Hen, Jamal Trulove, Jello Biafra, San Quinn, Daewon Song, Andy Roy, Jordan Gomes
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Release: May 3, 2019
Vodly A Dog's Journey
I usually don't find myself really loving movies completely centered around animals but the story of this dog's life got me. And the ending was great
Director: Gail Mancuso
Cast: Dennis Quaid, Abby Ryder Fortson, Betty Gilpin, Kathryn Prescott, Marg Helgenberger, Josh Gad, Jake Manley, Daniela Barbosa, Ian Chen, Henry Lau, Jeff Roop, Kevin Claydon, Emma Volk, Stefanie Wiens, Cherissa Richards
Release: August 08, 2019
Vodly Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark
I saw this film at my local videostore. The box looked awsome, it had an obscure title, and I'd never heard of it before, so naturally I rented it! Well, it's true when they say don't judge a movie by the cover! This film, directed by James Glickenhaus of 'Slaughter of the Innocence' fame, is a muddled, slow, and hard to catogorize film about a super-intelligent astrologer named "Alexi" who is on the verge of a scientific breakthrough. He thinks he has found a way to merge astrology and advanced computers into a sophisticated science to benefit mankind. How a subplot about a strange cult leader with hypnotic powers who has something to do with the "Second Coming" fits into this plot is beyond any casual viewer!
As you probally can tell the plot is strange to say the least but it is VERY intriguing. If you find this film, rent it just to have your mind baffled for 82 minutes!
Director: André Øvredal
Cast: Zoe Margaret Colletti, Michael Garza, Gabriel Rush, Dean Norris, Gil Bellows, Lorraine Toussaint, Austin Zajur, Natalie Ganzhorn, Austin Abrams, Kathleen Pollard, Stephanie Belding, Hershel Blatt, Javier Botet, Will Carr, Will Corno
Vodly After the Wedding
I love Project Runway and I really wanted to see more of it after I finished watching all the seasons (including the latest one). After looking it up, this caught my attention. I was a bit hesitant about watching a teen version of this show but I must say...it was just as good if not better. The first season was definitely the best part for me. I was shocked at the talent presented. Definitely worth a watch to see the young talent out there. It majorly helps that Tim Gunn is still in this :). This review is heavily based on season 1 (I'm a bit iffy about season 2), so please do give the 1st season a shot!
Director: Bart Freundlich
Cast: Michelle Williams, Julianne Moore, Billy Crudup, Will Chase, Doris McCarthy, Abby Quinn, Azhy Robertson, Alex Esola, Alex Cranmer, Eisa Davis, Susan Blackwell, Eric D. Hill Jr., Mackenzie Owens, Jeff Kim, Greta Quispe
Vodly The Kitchen
I saw this only because I wanted to get out of the house and everything else decent I've already seen.
Unless you read about the plot it's easy to assume it's a comedy because of Melissa McCartney and Tiffany Haddish. It's not. It's about 3 wives of gangsters who do their husbands dirty work while the husbands are locked up. They pack pistols. Fight, and deal with slimy gangsters.
Nothing stood out at all in movie. Script was average nothing overly brilliant.
It was just ok. My friend didn't seem to care for it that much either.
I think Melissa and Tiffany need to stick to comedies.
Director: Andrea Berloff
Cast: Melissa McCarthy, Tiffany Haddish, Elisabeth Moss, Domhnall Gleeson, James Badge Dale, Brian d'Arcy James, Jeremy Bobb, Margo Martindale, Bill Camp, Common, E.J. Bonilla, Myk Watford, Wayne Duvall, Pamela Dunlap, John Sharian
Vodly The Art of Racing in the Rain
Very moving film, beautifully directed and well-acted. Chinese women have been treated like second class citizens for years and this films captures much of the fallout of that societal decision. A good look into Chinese life in general. I saw the movie with a friend who understood the dialog and commented that the sub-titles did a fair job of interpreting.
Director: Simon Curtis
Cast: Kevin Costner, Milo Ventimiglia, Amanda Seyfried, Martin Donovan, Gary Cole, Kathy Baker, Al Sapienza, Lily Dodsworth-Evans, Ryan Kiera Armstrong, Andres Joseph, Karen Holness, McKinley Belcher III, Nakita Kohan, Aliza Vellani, Elizabeth Bowen
Release: September 27, 2019
Vodly Dora and the Lost City of Gold
OPEN HOUSE is one of those typical Hollywood horror efforts about a bunch of characters living in a house plagued by madness and murder. It's also a low key effort, greyed-out and uninteresting looking, featuring dull characters who are unknown to most viewers (the only guy I recognised played an FBI agent in BOARDWALK EMPIRE). It's a little like American HORROR STORY at times, attempting to shock and awe the viewer with various grisly events, but I found it all completely predictable and lacking in both intensity and involvement. It's the kind of film you've seen play out time and time again and there's nothing here new or the least bit fresh.
Director: James Bobin
Cast: Benicio Del Toro, Madelyn Miranda, Dee Bradley Baker, Malachi Barton, Sasha Toro, Marc Weiner, Eva Longoria, Michael Pe�a, Joey Vieira, Pia Miller, Isabela Moner, Jeff Wahlberg, Adriana Barraza, Damien Garvey, Anikka Abelita
Vodly The Peanut Butter Falcon
I had the pleasure of watching a screening of the feel good movie of the decade. I was grinning from ear to ear and laughed hysterically along with packed audience. If you loved Forest Gump, you'll love The Peanut Butter Falcon.
Director: Tyler Nilson, Michael Schwartz
Cast: Shia LaBeouf, Dakota Johnson, Zack Gottsagen, John Hawkes, Thomas Haden Church, Bruce Dern, Jon Bernthal, Yelawolf, Jake Roberts, Mick Foley, Raquel Aurora, Michael Berthold, Deja Dee, Karen B. Greer, Noah Hein
Vodly Blinded by the Light
The acting is fresh and charming, and direction is pacy and generally engaging. But once this tale gets stuck in the tramlines of its "Bend it Like Beckham/Billy Elliot" youngster aiming to shake off parental oppression, you know EXACTLY where it's going to take you. Apart from the nasty National Front scenes towards the end, this is a film with very little tension and next to zero surprises, plot twists and turns. And if a story lacks that in a film, then it really has a problem. It descends into a series of box ticking narrative requirements. I've read the book and it was funny and humane. But this film has not really delivered on the original text. It could have been so much better with a riskier and more daring script that wasn't afraid to get off those predictable "tramlines."
Director: Gurinder Chadha
Cast: Viveik Kalra, Kulvinder Ghir, Meera Ganatra, Aaron Phagura, Dean-Charles Chapman, Nikita Mehta, Nell Williams, Tara Divina, Rob Brydon, Frankie Fox, Hayley Atwell, Sally Phillips, Sofia Abbasi, Asheq Akhtar, Vincent Andriano
Vodly Red Joan
I'm normally a huge Julia Roberts fan and while I found this romantic comedy entertaining enough, it cannot compare with her fabulous earlier movie, Pretty Woman, also starring Richard Gere. Nor did I care for it as much as her other comedy romances (most notably Notting Hill) or most of the Meg Ryan ones, especially Sleepless in Seattle.
The story revolves around a lovely young woman, Maggie Carpenter, who has left a series of three would be grooms partway through their wedding ceremony. A reporter named Ike Graham gets fired after writing an exaggerated article of half truths on her story, so to salvage his career, he travels to her small hometown, where he attempts to ferret out her true tale and get the scoop on her upcoming fourth nuptials. Needless to say, Ike does not prove very popular with his journalistic subject, Maggie, as he harasses her family & friends for info. However, he begins to feel protective of her when townsfolk mock her track record of jilting her fiancé at the altar.
Julia Roberts is invariably appealing & sympathetic in her roles, and typically this proves true in her portrayal here of Maggie. Richard Gere is competent as the journalistic vulture, Ike. I don't fault the lack of chemistry as much as the story, which simply isn't as good as Pretty Woman.
Of course romantic comedies are never exactly bastions of realism, but this tale where such a young woman has already run away from three weddings and is now embarking upon number four, really seems too far fetched even for this genre. One would suspect that any prospective groom would be quite leery by now, and why does Maggie keep planning these gala ceremonies if she suspects she might ultimately get cold feet? All in all, it's a cute, light hearted, & entertaining movie with some good scenes, but definitely not the best of its genre. For sure, it lacks the magic of Pretty Woman but judge this one on its own merits.
Director: Trevor Nunn
Cast: Judi Dench, Sophie Cookson, Stephen Campbell Moore, Tom Hughes, Laurence Spellman, Tereza Srbova, Ben Miles, Robin Soans, Kevin Fuller, Stephen Boxer, Simon Ludders, Steven Hillman, Ciar�n Owens, Phill Langhorne, Alfie Allen
Vodly City on a Hill
In the early 1990s, Boston was rife with violent criminals emboldened by local law enforcement agencies in which corruption and racism was the norm - and then it all changed in what was called the "Boston Miracle." In this fictional account, assistant district attorney Decourcy Ward comes from Brooklyn and forms an unlikely alliance with a corrupt yet venerated FBI veteran, Jackie Rohr. Together, they take on a family of armored car robbers in a case that grows to involve, and ultimately subvert, the entire criminal justice system of Boston.
Cast: Kevin Bacon , Aldis Hodge , Jonathan Tucker , Mark O'Brien , Lauren E. Banks , Jill Hennessy , Jere Shea , Amanda Clayton , Kevin Chapman , Nora Murphy , Grayson Eddey , J. Bernard Calloway
Vodly Fear the Walking Dead
What did the world look like as it was transforming into the horrifying apocalypse depicted in "The Walking Dead"? This spin-off set in Los Angeles, following new characters as they face the beginning of the end of the world, will answer that question.
Vodly Strange World
Investigation on what's known as the "Montauk Project," an alleged government mind-control experiment that supposedly abducted young men.
Vodly Evil Lives Here
How well do you know your housemates? "EVIL LIVES HERE" tells the heart-stopping tales of people who have shared a home, with a killer. In each episode, loved ones reveal how they came to discover their significant other's evil side.
The story of Alfred , a former special-forces officer living in London and working for Bruce Wayne's father.
Cast: Hainsley Lloyd Bennett , Ben Aldridge , Dorothy Atkinson , Jack Bannon , Emma Corrin , Paloma Faith , Jason Flemyng , Ryan Fletcher , Ian Puleston-Davies , Nicki Vickery , Emma Paetz , Richard Clothier , Steve Edwin , Polly Walker , Harriet Slater , Jessica Ellerby , Charlie Woodward
Date Aired: August 19, 2019
Vodly Scooby-Doo and Guess Who?
Faced with some of their toughest mysteries yet, Fred, Daphne, Velma, Shaggy and Scooby-Doo will join forces with some of the biggest names in celebrity and pop culture including NBA superstar Chris Paul, recording artists Halsey and Sia, Ricky Gervais, Kenan Thompson, Bill Nye, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Mark Hamill, Steve Urkel, Batman, Sherlock Holmes, The Flash, Wonder Woman and many more!
Cast: Frank Welker , Grey Griffin , Kate Micucci
After a supernatural event at his church a preacher enlists the help of a vampire to find God.
Cast: Dominic Cooper, Tom Brooke, W Earl Brown
Vodly Code of the Wild
Two survivalists-turned-wilderness-private-eyes are on a mission to solve history's greatest mysteries in places inaccessible to the common man. Brothers Casey and Chris Keefer use their unique blend of survival and tracking techniques to enter the heart of these dark recesses and pick up the trail that can finally put long-lost legends to rest.
Vodly \'Til Death Do Us Part
'Til Death Do Us Part follows lovers as they embark on relationships that end with a destiny no one expected. The series shows that murder, like true love, is written in the stars. From a suspicious carbon monoxide incident, to a parrot who became an eyewitness to murder, each hour-long episode tells a tragic tale of love turned lethal.
Vodly Primal Instinct
The real-life stories of people pulled into seemingly innocent romantic encounters that end up changing the course of their lives forever.
Vodly Restaurant Impossible
Turning around a failing restaurant is a daunting challenge under the best of circumstances. Attempting to do it in just two days with only $10,000 may be impossible, but that's exactly what Chef Robert Irvine sets out to do in his new Food Network show, . Robert will use a little MacGyver and a lot of muscle to rescue these desperate places from complete collapse. Can one man, in two days, with $10,000, turn the tide of a failing restaurant and give hope to the owners and their employees? Find out as Robert Irvine takes on Restaurant: Impossible.
Vodly The Rook
The London-set series centers on a young woman pursued by shadowy paranormal adversaries while grappling with extraordinary abilities of her own. After waking in a park with total amnesia surrounded by dead bodies, she must fight to uncover her past, and resume her position at the head of Britain's most secret (supernatural) service before the traitors who stole her memory can finish what they started.
Cast: Emma Greenwell , Joely Richardson , Jon Fletcher , Ronan Raftery , Catherine Steadman , Adrian Lester , Olivia Munn , Ruth Madeley , Joshua Squire , Tamsin Topolski , Barry Atsma , Toby Cordes , Howard Corlett , Michael Karim , Luke Roberts , Michael Thyx , Yohanna Ephrem , Nikolaos Brahimllari , Lee Byford , Stephen Hawke , Michael McElhatton , Manoj Anand , Simon Bubb , Sandeep Mohan , Daniel Paton , Eddie Toll
Vodly Dragons' Den
Dragons' Den: Budding entrepreneurs, inventors and small businessmen (and women) pitch their ideas to the five "dragons"...
Cast: Evan Davis, James Caan, Peter Jones
Date Aired: August 20, 2019
Vodly Young Justice
Teenage superheroes strive to prove themselves as members of the Justice League.
Cast: Alan Tudyk, Bruce Greenwood, Jason Spisak, Jesse McCartney, Khary Payton, Nolan North, Phil LaMarr
Vodly Black Love
Love stories from the black community explore the secrets behind successful marriages.
Cast: Flex Alexander, Neil Brown Jr
Vodly Boise Boys
Polar opposite friends Luke and Clint take an unconventional approach to house flipping in their hometown of Boise, Idaho. While refined designer Luke likes to reach for the stars, rugged contractor Clint remains focused on their bottom line. With an endless inventory of old houses to choose from, the only decision this dynamic duo needs to make is which house to transform next ...
A young woman learns how crazy it is to work in a restaurant.
Vodly Poldark (2015)
Ross Poldark returns to England after fighting in the American Revolution. His family and friends thought he was dead. The woman he hoped to marry is now engaged to his cousin. His father ...
A former CIA operative (Cumming), who has since built a "normal" life as a gifted professor and writer, is pulled back into his old life when the NYPD needs his help to stop a serial killer on the loose.
Cast: Alan Cumming, Bojana Novakovic, John Mainieri, Michael B Silver
Vodly Les Norton
follows the exploits of , a country bloke from outback Queensland in 1985. On the run from a troubled past, he blows into Sydney where he lands a job as a bouncer at a notorious illegal casino in Kings Cross. A classic fish out of water who's desperate to get home, he soon finds himself seduced by the city's illicit charms and dragged into a web of underground criminality.
Cast: Alexander Bertrand , David Wenham , Ian Roberts , Kate Box , Hunter Page-Lochard , Pallavi Sharda
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