DVD Verdict reviews: THE APPLE, BEST OF THE IMPROV, and more!
Today, DVD Verdict posted reviews of THE APPLE, BEST OF THE IMPROV, THE
BONESETTER, CHASTITY, and NO SMALL AFFAIR:
THE APPLE (reviewed by Bill Gibron, overall score 40/100):
"Did you ever wonder what the world would be like if God were a white-leisure-suit-
wearing tycoon type who drove his solid gold Rolls down from Heaven to
transport a commune of hippies over to a brand new planet? Or if Satan
were a fey music mogul who resembled Udo Kier's interpretation of the
role of Carmen Ghia from The Producers?"
FULL REVIEW: http://www.dvdverdict.com/reviews/theapple.php
BEST OF THE IMPROV (reviewed by Elizabeth Skipper, overall score
"They say comedy is perishable, which would explain why I'm still
waiting to laugh at Best of the Improv, a compilation of six 'best-of'
clip shows from A&E's An Evening at the Improv, which aired from 1982
through 1996. Because as far as I can tell, the comedy routines included
in this six-disc set are all from the '80s...and all long past their
FULL REVIEW: http://www.dvdverdict.com/reviews/bestimprov.php
THE BONESETTER (reviewed by David Johnson, overall score 65/100):
"I'll give Brett Kelly his due. For zero bucks, he put together a short
film (72 minutes including credits) with okay pacing and actors --
though hamstrung by a lack of ability -- that take the movie seriously.
The story is no worse than normal creature fare, and he managed to tack
on a decent little twist ending."
FULL REVIEW: http://www.dvdverdict.com/reviews/bonesetter.php
CHASTITY (reviewed by Brett Cullum, overall score 57/100):
"Chastity is lugubrious, ill-conceived camp. It's so bad it's funny at
points. Still, I can't recommend it in good conscience, but I know some
Cher fans out there will hurt me if I trash it any more -- or worse,
drag me to yet another stop in her neverending farewell tour."
FULL REVIEW: http://www.dvdverdict.com/reviews/chastity.php
NO SMALL AFFAIR (reviewed by Lacey Worrell, overall score 33/100):
"I loved all the big frosted hair, sparkly bangle bracelets, and belted
satin shirts that defined the '80s. Is it any wonder that 21st-century
fashion feels kind of boring in comparison? No Small Affair gets the
look of the '80s just right. Now if only we could do something about
FULL REVIEW: http://www.dvdverdict.com/reviews/nosmallaffair.php
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