300 Killers

300 Killers

In the near future, drugs and crime have risen 500%. A disintegrating police force is unable to deal with this horrifying problem. When an undercover cop (Anthony Tomei) disappears, his ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:75 minutes
  • Release:2010
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:drug,   slasher,   blood,  

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Tony G (au) wrote: A partisan opinion for a good docudrama that IS what we expect of the Roses. Boffo.

Michael C (de) wrote: Pure Canadian Fun. Some of the songs are really good, and I find myself whistling along with everyone else on the home ice.

Jemi Y (gb) wrote: i love my horror and this movie was great not to mention funny at the same time. its always good to have a bit of comedy to lighten things up in a tense moment.

Karthik S (br) wrote: gripping and effective. just how thrillers should be.

Ben C (mx) wrote: Great independent movie by Tom Tykwer in which the whole 2 hour movie takes place in 20 min. For sure worth watching.

Ron C (br) wrote: I have loved Laurie's work in the past that has pushed us to consider whether our technological advances makes our society better or worse. This movie does some of that but also looks at spiritual thoughts and viewing death. Seems appropriate to the stage of life for Ms. Anderson. Could not ask for a better viewpoint or viewer to examine the subject.

Ola G (au) wrote: Wes Block (Clint Eastwood) is a New Orleans homicide detective who has custody of his two adolescent daughters, Amanda (Alison Eastwood) and Penny. Wes' latest case is investigating a series of murders, all the victims who are known or initially unknown sex trade workers and who were sexually assaulted before being strangled. At each of the crime scenes is fiber from a red ribbon, which is believed to be the murder weapon. Because of the sexual nature of the murders and the belief that it is a serial killer at work, rape services counselor Beryl Thibodeaux (Genevive Bujold) insinuates herself into the investigation. As Wes gets deeper into the investigation and as more victims surface, Wes knows that the murderer is following his every move, especially as some of the victims are those with whom Wes has had contact, sometimes intimate contact. As the murderer begins to taunt Wes, Wes fears for Amanda, Penny and Beryl's safety. As such, solving the case becomes more of a personal vendetta for Wes, as the crimes themselves seem to be a personal vendetta against Wes..."Thightrope" is quite formulaic when re-seeing it today and I personally dont think its amongst Clint Eastwoods better productions. The balance between being a loving father with two kids and having urges in the seedy parts of New Orleans creates some sort of dynamic, but the problem is that the movie takes such a classic and frankly boring path in how both the story and the killer is handled. The idea of showing just his shoes in different scenarios feels so truly old school and not very terrifying and he is more or less a one-dimensional cardboard cut-out of a killer. Plus he wears different masks in all the scenes he shows up in, which makes no sense as we simply dont get to know who he is during the film so the revealing of his face in the end is completely pointless. The story has potholes and the editing is not 100%. Clint Eastwood tries to shake off his Dirty Harry persona, but ends up just looking uncomfortable and a bit old in being a vulnerable cop with darker sexual interests. And the finale is ridiculous and unsatisfying.

Aj V (ru) wrote: Oh, I hate westerns, but at least Vincent Price has a better role than his last western. The story is familiar and predictable, so there's really not much point in watching this. I didn't like this movie.

Ted W (ru) wrote: Anyone's enjoyment of a Martin & Lewis movie is predicated on their enjoyment of Martin & Lewis to begin with. If you find the "handsome man and the monkey" concept that Lewis described funny, than this is a treat. Late enough in their career as a team that Lewis isn't always manic, this adaptation of Nothing Sacred still gives him plenty of room to flex his comedic persona, including a wonderful dance with North. And Martin gets to be romantic, charming, big brother-esque and warble 4 songs!

Russell G (br) wrote: A mad doctor using gland therapy transforms a gorilla into a beautiful woman. She's then used to help control jungle cats in a circus act. It was ridiculous, but pretty fun.

Ashley H (fr) wrote: Cavalcade is an extraordinary film. It is about the cavalcade of English life from 1899 to 1933. Diana Wynyard and Clive Brook give excellent performances. The screenplay is well written and touching. Frank Lloyd did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed this motion picture because of the drama and romance. Cavalcade is a must see.

Andrew P (ca) wrote: It's one of those movies/series you watch when you're bored or before you know what "quality entertainment" is.

Senor C (br) wrote: Even if it was co-written by John Carpenter Black Moon Rising is very hit & miss. Maybe if he directed it could have been better. That's not saying that it's a total loss. The cast is good here w/ Tommy Lee Jones in an actual likable performance, Linda Hamilton does what she does best by getting on top during the sex scene, Robert Vaughn always makes for a grand villain, Bubba Smith is a cool mother-fucker & Im always glad when William Sanderson shows up. This is one of those movies that you can't think about too much or @ all or you start to question your enjoyment. Personally I don't think they exploited that car enough. It may have been because of budget limitation but it should have been featured more. It's a cool design in an 80s sense & should have been it's greatest strength. It's a main plot focal point but as for actually showcasing it it feels like an after thought

Cory B (ca) wrote: Surprisingly funny film from monologuist Spalding Gray. You just cannot explain what genre this film falls into, or even what the film is about, but it's a great film nontheless.