A wheelchair bound (Jim Metzler) paraplegic fantasizes about the new blonde (Andrea Thompson), who moves into the house across from him. His fantasy (which move into black and white film ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Gun, a Car, a Blonde
In this homage to film noir, a wheelchair bound (Jim Metzler) paraplegic fantasizes about the new blonde (Andrea Thompson), who moves into the house across from him..
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Quincy J (mx) wrote: All I say is this movie was off the hook.
Deusdedit D (br) wrote: Basados en el erotismo y sus grotescas deformaciones por medio de fetiches, estos tres cortos no son muy inconcistentes, pues aunque el tema es el mismo, bien el segundo pudo tener su propio espacio, pues corrompe el ambiente un tanto realista de los otros dos.
Greer W (de) wrote: Didn't realize it was a vampire movie until I read some reviews! Main issue is it felt as though it went way too quick. There is more story to be told. Hope one day it happens because its quite solid idea and a somewhat different take on the vampire genre ( now that I know they were vampires ) didn't look cheaply done at all.
Roger P (nl) wrote: Completey failed to carry the spirit of the book. An action flick that's slow and boring with a tepid romance and weak directing. Rain Fail.
Bengel W (ca) wrote: The perfect American family is placed on our screen for enjoyment and fun. The tension is electric right from the start with some powerful emotional rollercoaster's. All those crowds at the mall for Christmas, what a start to the nightmare and it comes across so well. Add to this the hard physical contact and the film becomes a slow slaughter that is frightening to watch, yet fun. Nibbles: Chocolate clair.
Russ B (de) wrote: 2/19/2017: A pretty funny buddy movie with an excellent cast.
andrei n (ru) wrote: soapy but still enjoyable
Alexander C (au) wrote: Worth finding and watching!
Minstrel D (mx) wrote: I really wish I could have liked this better, but the pheromone/testerone-filled infatuations and heartbreaks that went on seemed it was nothing special. There were fun scenes, and there were those oh-so true teen moments, but the final scene of the death of you-know-who could have just been better. I seriously don't know how it could be made better (hah), but there was nothing to astound me. Still a fan, though.
Nishlank J (ru) wrote: Its a classic art house movie which may seem boring but actually isn't, even though one has no idea what is happening!!
Andersson M (it) wrote: Good movie, good theme
Clintus M (ca) wrote: I somehow missed this Walter hill-directed earlier-career Mickey Rourke film back in its day, and that's too bad because it's got plenty of great qualities. The noir-ish story is excellent, from the director of 48hrs and The Warriors; if you liked those, this will appeal to you also. Rourke's acting chops are great here, superior in performance to Angel Heart, though maybe not on par with The Wrestler. The grimy New Orleans setting is perfect, although I could have done without the phony Louisiana accents. The supporting characters are also memorable. Morgan Freeman and Forrest Whittaker are convincing in telling the story of the doomed, ill-fated Johnny. Ellen Barkin is magnificent as well. It's a great evil role, and she's the toughest, sexiest broad from this era. It's easy to see why she was cast as the cougar in Ocean's 13. With such star power, this modern noir should have amassed longer-lasting popularity. The oddest irony regarding this film now is Rourke's facial disfigurement. In the film, he transform from disfigured to "handsome," but in reality, shortly after this film, his boxing career and subsequent surgeries render him unrecognizable as the 80s matinee idol.
Mary Jo B (us) wrote: this is hylerious I would watch this over and over and never get sick of it
dan b (gb) wrote: This was a fixture at my local video rental store when i was a kid now it's a strange time capsule for Depp's 80s hair. Oh and ah ladies if you want to see Johnny's naked ass this is the movie you've been looking for, don't worry guys there's lots of T&A as well thank goodness.
Anas L (ca) wrote: Super cheese! You gotta love it for its use of no budget sets, stars and the costumes that looked like they were picked up at a movie studio yard sale. Everybody was kung fu fighting and spouting absolute nonsense. A rockin' good time!
Orlok W (de) wrote: A Man Branded Guilty By Suspicion--July 4th and the town of Silver Lode is about to be defined. A Solid Studio Western with An Expert Cinematographer and Dan Duryea!!
Mara B (br) wrote: I was literally sitting on the edge of my seat watching this suspenseful thriller. I'm glad I discovered this classic noir film. One question though: What in the world did Don Ameche's character see in Hazel Brooks -- beautiful, but a real be-yotch!