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Bay's films recreate, rather than re-assemble, B-movies of the classical era (sci-fi films with dominant robot characters, like the Fleischer Studio's The Mechanical Monsters [1941] Superman cartoon, The Day the Earth Stood Still [1951], or Tobor the Great [1954]) while acquiescing to the post-classical Hollywood franchise.
Sudershan is literally a performing monkey, one whose career in Bollywood B-movies and subsequent quest for self is the substance of Sudershan (Chimpanzee), written by Devraj and illustrated by Meren Imchen.
The late filmmaker Ed Wood's created some of the '50s most classic B-movies, including "Glen or Glenda,'' "Plan 9 from Outer Space'' and "Bride of the Monster.
They're ludicrous but that's the point - they're homages to the great B-movies of the past.
A wonderful romp through the realm of science-fiction, horror and fantasy B-movies released in the year 1957--till a record year for genre film production, with 57 films released.
Despite appearing alongside Brad Pitt in Snatch, Jones' output has featured mainly B-movies in which he plays violent criminals or hooligans.
Also in 1996, Sage Stallone and veteran film editor Bob Murawski co-founded Grindhouse Releasing, a company dedicated to preserving and promoting the B-movies and exploitation films of the 1970s and 80s.
I don't have any problem with costume drama B-movies taking the most absurd views of history they like.
And without curriculum regulations, the DOE can't yank back its money if students are discovered to be spending their days filling out workbooks, watching B-movies, or frolicking in the park.
The repetitive point-and-shoot story line suggests an M-rated video game, but the movie's pounding symphonic score and irony-free outlook are closer to World War II B-movies.
Machete, a bloody homage to 1970s B-movies using the immigration debate as a backdrop, stars character actor Danny Trejo as a Mexican assassin with a penchant for dispatching people with sharp objects.