Combustible Celluloid - Movie and DVD reviews for the thoughtful and passionate. By Jeffrey M. Anderson. Online Since 1997.
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Sting

3 1/2 Stars (out of 4)

Kiah Roache-Turner's giant-monster-from-space movie Sting has it all: slick filmmaking, clever editing, colorful characters, a fine blend of scary and funny, and, best of all, a great monster sure to haunt the nightmares. Twelve-year-old Charlotte (Alyla Browne) lives with her mother, Heather (Penelope Mitchell), her stepfather, Ethan (Ryan Corr), and their young baby, Liam. Ethan is a struggling comic book artist attempting to finish a book he has made with Charlotte, but he's stuck spending most of his hours as the building super, repairing things in their New York apartment building. Charlotte, meanwhile discovers a mysterious spider in a dollhouse and decides to keep it as a pet, naming it "Sting." She feeds it cockroaches and discovers that it hates mothballs... More...

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