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 Critters (film series) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Critters film series is a series of four horror, science fiction, and comedy films from New Line Cinema.
One of the most famous aspects of the series is the alien creatures called "crites" (or "krites") with their ability to roll into balls (like hedgehogs) and combine into a larger ball.
The storyline for all four films involve two bounty hunters from outer space hunting extraterrestrial monsters in American suburban towns, except for the final film, which takes place on a space station. /wiki/Critters_(film_series)   (244 words)

 Category:Film series - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is a category for film series franchises, including those comprised of both short films and feature films. /wiki/Category:Film_series   (88 words)

 Movie Info for Critters 3 on MSN Movies
The third in the tongue-in-cheek horror series liberally cribbed from Gremlins (1984) features an early performance from future heartthrob Leonardo DiCaprio and was filmed simultaneously with its follow-up.
Critters 3 was directed by Kristine Peterson, a veteran of the Roger Corman school of no-budget genre filmmaking.
This time out, it's an urban family who picks up one of the fast-multiplying beasties while on vacation, although they are warned by Charlie (Don Opper), a veteran of the creatures' earlier attacks. /movies/movie.aspx?m=128659   (196 words)

 Creative Loafing Charlotte THIS WEEK IN
The film is as much about this clan as about the camels, focusing on the people as they spin established folk tales, tend to their livestock, and rub shoulders with the modern world only when absolutely necessary (in one subplot, the youngest boy discovers television and becomes obsessed with it).
Superior to its predecessor in every way, this lovely film does an exemplary job of conveying the manner in which the freedom and naivety of youth inevitably fall by the wayside, leaving only cherished memories, present regrets, and the rigor mortis of a future that can only be avoided by those willing to take risks.
GARFIELD: THE MOVIE A film about the fat cat star of one of the least inspired comic strips ever to line birdcages coast to coast? /2004-07-14/film_clips.html   (2141 words)

 Narnia on Tour
All in all, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is a faithful adaptation and an enjoyable film.
By the time the film actually arrived, I almost felt I was watching a two-hour trailer instead of a movie.
And I thought one of the film's most inspired additions was the fox of dubious loyalties. /articles/filmentertainingbutnotmagical.htm   (465 words)

Their 1987 science fiction series, "Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future," for Mattel and the Landmark Entertainment Group, introduced them to J. Michael Stracyznksi (who served as their story editor) and Ron Thornton (a special effects supervisor in charge of the miniatures).
Meanwhile, Copeland was graduating in the first class of film majors from Chapman College, followed by a two-year stint in London working as an assistant director for English producer Euan Lloyd, then a year on European locations with the film, "Paper Tiger." In 1978, they were introduced by Lloyd.
Certainly one of the hallmarks of the company's many successes was their critically-acclaimed ten-hour documentary series, "The Wild West," chronicling the settlement of the American West in the 30 years after the Civil War. /ftp/pub/Babylon-5/Releases/96pr_production   (1996 words)

 Movie Review - Hukkle - eFilmCritic
For more in the 2003 San Francisco Film Festival series, click here.
HUKKLE is rather difficult to describe: the “plot” (yes, it has to be in quotes) is only a series of apparently disconnected scenes from rural life: a cat frolics in the grass, insects burrow through the dirt, an old man hiccups incessantly on his front porch.
Beautifully shot and in all technical categories very accomplished for an Eastern European film, HUKKLE nonetheless proved to be a trying experience for the audience I viewed it with; more than a few people walked early. /review.php?movie=6783   (382 words)

 Film Music on the Web CD Reviews May 1999: David NEWMAN Critters
critters (called 'Crites' in the film) are positively disgusting enough to warrant a series of films chronicling their destruction.
That some may say the film series itself is only slightly less vile is another matter, though I will suggest that should a "Critters 5" ever appear, it absolutely must contain footage of the Crites consuming select rolls of film from earlier instalments.
"Critters" features a soundtrack by David Newman (son of Alfred, nephew of Lionel and Emil, brother to Thomas and Maria, and cousin to Randy) that appears to be a compromise; Mr. /film/may99/critters.htm   (384 words)

 Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
The second installment of the film series offers another spellbinding - if rather long- journey into the world of wizardry.
The Harry Potter series thus far transports us totally to a picturesque British boarding school where the commonplace becomes magical, the suspense is flavored with whimsy and the people are dependably interesting.
And there are enough bad guys and creepy critters to keep faculty and students busy - though just barely, at two hours and 40 odd minutes not counting an annoying string of trailers no doubt intended to capitalize on the movie's popularity. /roatimes/news/story139758.html   (488 words)

 Critters, Critters 2, Critters 3 & Critters 4
The story (or what is used as an excuse to make the film), follows a batch of unhatched critter eggs, as they are mistaken for Easter eggs by the inhabitants of Grover's Bend.
I may be ashamed to say this, but Critters has always entertained me. Any film of this age usually bares childhood memories, and seeing those fuzz balls tear up human beings again, made me remember that the 80s wasn't all bad.
Critters 2, surprisingly, seems to have the best transfer of the bunch, with very few examples of compression, and edge enhancement. /Reviews/A-D/critters.html   (2004 words)

 Calger's Anime Shrine: Series Reviews
Akari is the daughter of one such winner, and the series focuses on her growth as a character from a fairly insecure girl trying to live up to her mother's legend to a young woman who is able to succeed for her own happiness and pride, freeing herself from others' expectations of her.
In the manga series this transformed (and rather sinister-looking) version of Yugi challenges bullies and other unsavory people to rigged games where they generally end up with their minds trapped in nightmarish fantasy worlds to punish them for their bad acts (if that isn't a bit extreme and creepy, I don't know what is).
When the series begins she's secretly pining after her track coach, Amano, and finally works up the courage to tell him how she feels about him (after all, he's leaving to study abroad and this is probably her last chance). /~calger/series.html   (19531 words)

 Interview with Colin Brady
I treat every film that I work on that way, every day; the message you convey is not just the message of the film, its how you react on a daily basis with your fellow workers, the actors, everyone involved.
Films you have been a part of have been recognized by prestigious film organizations and film critics alike.
The film was filled with heavy drama and at the end, frogs fall from the sky. /brady.html   (5214 words)

 It's a Bad, Bad, Bad, Bad Movie: Reader Review: Critters 2: The Main Course, by Sam
So critters are rolling around the field, eating up cows and stuff, and as the camera pans we realize that there are FAR more critters than there were eggs, and there is never any explanation about this.
The critter that hatches out of that particular egg, by the way, has probably the shortest life span of the bunch.
The critters bust out in one big giant ball of critters that is so large that it must consist of THOUSANDS of critters. /badmovie/reader/430.shtml   (1457 words)

 Metroactive Movies Movies in the Park
Next summer, they might expand from three films to six or eight films, and there has been talk about establishing movie themes for future summers, such as a series of films that were shot in Petaluma.
While the progressively minded Friday Night Film Series at the Petaluma Coffee Cafe has filled a tiny portion of the local movie vacuum, that series has ended for the summer.
That is where a pair of Petaluma moms, Lisa Sides and Robin Harigan, have established Petaluma's first official Movies in the Park series, screening popular films once a month throughout the summer in a comfortable picnic-and-a-movie setting. /papers/sonoma/08.07.03/movies-park-0332.html   (1012 words)

 CSIndy: Movie Picks (December 12, 2002)
Well acted and thoughtfully filmed, it teases viewers into thinking something extraordinary is going to happen, then leads them in a maddening spiral around what happened in the past, through the chilling present and back to the mind-numbing future.
The film's most concrete secret weapon is Halle Berry, who has signed a three-movie spin-off deal for her character Jinx.
Kevin Kline is all sanctimony and gravitas as a teacher of the classics at St. Benedictus School for Boys, where he uses the examples of ancient Romans and Greeks to pound lessons of character, honesty and morality into the heads of his charges. /csindy/2002-12-12/moviepicks.html   (1279 words)

 Boulder Weekly Buzz ReelToReel
The film is jammed with now-classic sequences such as Liotta's backdoor walk through the Copacabana nightclub, followed in one sinuous Steadicam shot by cinematographer Michael Balhaus.
The film unravels around her hollow center, but shabby writing, subplot holes and ready-made male leads (unequal to even Witherspoon’s range) leave the film in frayed pieces.
Film adaptations of Ellis novels are historically touch-and-go, and this teen genre foray is no different. /archive/101702/reeltoreel.html   (3370 words)

In the Disney Boone films, the conflated narratives and a capitalist discourse together produce the visage of a monolithic power that is akin to 1950s Americanism, or the notion that America must fortify itself against insidious unAmerican sympathies that purpose to undermine the progressive history of a God-ordained, capitalist nation.
The series opens with a conversation between John Finley and Daniel Boone as they stand over their most recent kill, a bear that Finley says is fair in size compared to those in Kaintuck.
The films assert that before the theological and national narratives can inscribe, appropriate, and consume a Native history, commodities are exchanged and the sweets of capitalism are tasted in the wilderness. /~ineng/kem3/kem3-issue.html   (8839 words)

 Undersea 480p
An ambitious, eight-hour history of Earth's animal life, The Shape of Life may be the first nature film series to use an HD DV format, in this case Panasonic's DVCPRO50 480p system.
The series is a co-production between National Geographic Television and Monterey, California-based Sea Studios Foundation.
Though somewhat similar to a snorkel-type lens, the Megascope's optics combine both a macro capability for capturing tiny creatures (smaller than an inch) and a wide angle with an extreme depth of field. /mag/video_undersea   (312 words)

 Science Fiction Movie and TV Reviews
A new two-hour film from series creator Don P. Bellisario is based on the 1989 series starring Scott Bakula and Dean Stockwell that ran for five seasons on NBC.
The series was canceled during the last few days of shooting on the fourth season, and the producers had no time to give fans any kind of ending to the story.
Yes, the series is a little slow and it has all the Trek trappings, but the characters are interestingly flawed and it's fun to see a Trek where things break down or go wrong occasionally. /sfw/issue282/screen.html   (8914 words)

 portland imc - 2003.01.15 - Fun Eco-Video Series in Eugene continues tonight
The Cascadia Wildlands Project and the University of Oregon's Survival Center are excited to present a nine-week environmental film series titled "Eco-Videos: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly!" The film series will be held in room 100 Willamette at the University of Oregon on Wednesday evenings from 7:30-9:30 from January 8-March 5.
A nine week Environmental Film Series, "Eco-Videos: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly!", started last week in Eugene and continues every wednesday night for 8 more weeks.
Critters take revenge on an obnoxious clan of Southern industrialists who messed up their swamp. /en/2003/01/40950.shtml   (480 words)

 The Smoky Mountain News
Films for the remainder of the spring semester are:
The films are open to the public free of charge.
Part of the Folk Heritage Celebration Series to celebrate 75 years of the Mountain Dance and Folk Festival scheduled for Aug. 1-3 at the Diana Wortham Theater at Pack Place in Asheville.7 p.m. /issues/04_02/04_24_02/wnc_cal.html   (2547 words)

 Reviews: Au Hasard Balthazar - Christianity Today Movies
When the Museum of Modern Art announced "The Hidden God," a major faith and film series featuring titles as diverse as Magnolia, Andrei Roublev and Groundhog Day, the curators said the one film which clearly had to be included was Robert Bresson's masterpiece, Au Hasard Balthazar.
Film scholar Donald Richie provides a refreshingly personal response to the film in a specially recorded interview, and there is an unintentionally funny trailer for the film that tries to sell Balthazar as The Wild One on mopeds, with hardly a donkey in sight.
Film scholar Donald Richie describes the film's final moments: "The combination of something awful and something wonderful going together defeats any critical acumen I may have. /movies/reviews/balthazar.html   (1830 words)

 Movie Publicity
The seven films in the series include A Nightmare On Elm Street, A Nightmare On Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge, A Nightmare On Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors, A Nightmare On Elm Street 4: The Dream Master, A Nightmare On Elm Street 5: The Dream Child, Freddy’s Dead and Wes Craven’s New Nightmare.
The film stars Academy Award® nominated actor Tim Roth as Hanussen, the clairvoyant who is deep in Hitler’s inner circle until it is uncovered that he is a Jew in disguise.
The set contains all three hit films — Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret Of The Ooze and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III. /he/holidaygiftguide2003_press.html   (2018 words)

 OSV Music and Movie Reviews
The film series has its flaws, some of which originate in the novel (here I must bear the slings and arrows of outraged fans).
The technical showpiece of the film, of course, is Gollum, a computer-generated character based on the movements and expressions of actor Andy Serkis.
He was then erased from the film, and replaced with a stylized version of himself as a grayish, depraved river hobbit. /music-movie/view-review.asp?type=movies&id=64   (1217 words)

The next year in movies will herald, hopefully, the competent and resourceful fourth film in a series: "Star Wars." (Which, technically is the series' first film, since it's a prequel.)
Last year a fourth "Alien" film, "Alien: Resurrection," was the harbinger for a new era in corporate filmmaking where a successful movie can be Xeroxed into infinity.
But both are archetypical characters; they will not change and grow from film to film. /~signal/articles/opinions/1999/jeff3-3.html   (780 words)

 WFU calendar of events August-September
The film is sponsored by Wake Forest’s 2003-2004 Fostering Dialogue Theme Year Committee and is part of the film series, “Gender, Identity and Social Change in Moroccan Film.” For information, call 336-758-4696.
The New Horizon’s Lecture series is a joint effort of the Divinity School and the religion department created to highlight recent publications by faculty members.
Part of a four-part program, “Critters” that explores how people in various cultures view different animals. /wfunews/2003/081503.html   (528 words)

 FILM CLIPS / Also opening today
To the film's credit, though, the romantic angst seems less packaged and only slightly less pretentious than those on that Showtime series.
The film is more inert than the first two "Pokemons." The odd subtexts include the Tao of capitalism, cuddly critters as objects of euphemistic cockfighting, and spiritual apocalypse, all tied into a G-rated, family-friendly knot.
On its surface, the film plays like a less fraught redux of the hetero-homo relations in "Kiss Me Guido." But Jacobsen appears to have been instructed to do Allen, in the same way Livingston and co-writer Jaffe Cohen have cribbed the Woodman's lines and scenarios. /cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/c/a/2001/04/06/DD227099.DTL&type=printable   (1784 words)

 Crazy Critters
I will have prepared a short film clip on abnormally large insects from the National Geographic Film Series.
While students are watching this film, I will be passing around some insects that have been preserved in solution for the students to observe.
After the film is over I will begin to ask probing questions. /1998and2000/lessons/lesson27.html   (986 words)

 Critters 4 (1991) (V)
This is not scary or good in fact it's s***e but if you want a film that's so crap you want to laugh at it see this.
Trivia: All external space scenes and many sets are lifted from one of Don Keith Opper's earlier films, _Android (1983)_.
A man called Charlie is about to destroy the last 2 critter eggs but he is stopped then he is sent into space with the critter eggs. /title/tt0101628   (300 words)

 GreenCine product main - In This World (2002)
While watching this film I felt a great connection to the characters involved, and in spite of the former and latter half of the films throwing in some political propaganda, the basis and execution of the film was very well done.
The film is a very great journey from Pakistan to the UK, and a very realistic portrayal based on true events of the things people will do just to find human freedom.
The film is a great representation of the hardships of life that refugees face. /webCatalog?id=36195   (395 words)

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