Twilight Zone: The Movie
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TV show is much better; some mature themes, violence.
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Fresh: Miller leaves] no doubt that he was the finest stylist to emerge in the early 80s, with a sense of narrative rhythm linked to visual development that is wholly original and ravishing.
- Dave Kehr, Chicago Reader, Saturday, January 1, 2000
It was pretty nice, there were some parts that felt way too corny to me but there were some good moments too..
- citawijaya, Friday, October 30, 2009
Four great solid stories that make me want to see more old episodes.
- Godless, Thursday, November 1, 2007
An anthology of big-screen Twilight Zone tales. Dan Aykroyd and Albert Brooks get us in the mood with a late night car drive, reminiscing about the old TV show. Vic Morrow plays a racist who is thrust into the shoes of persecuted blacks, jews and vietnamese, for a eye-opening tale. Too bad about the real life tragedy which befell this shoot. Scatman Crothers plays a game of kick the can with some old folks home residents for some juvenile fun. This segment dragged things down a bit, but there's a great conclusion. Kathleen Quinlan plays a visiting teacher to a town cowering in fear over a small boy with god-like powers. The scenes at the boy's home are genuinely creepy. It has a very touching resolution. Finally, John Lithgow plays a passenger on a stormy airplane ride, who sights a creature attempting to sabotage the plane's engine out the window. It's great freaky paranoid tension which brings the movie to a screaming finale. Overall, the whole series of tales is a fun ride.
- YosemiteSamFan, Saturday, July 7, 2007