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Barry T (kr) wrote: A great Stephen king thriller with an amazing performance by Bello. Its very TV movie esque but its an interesting one. A woman gets attacked on the way home from an authors convention and seeks revenge
Martha G (de) wrote: Good enough movie, not to happy with the ending! Seemed a little left out in the open at the end ,not finished!
Bill B (nl) wrote: Another great set from a man who still manages to make me slightly uncomfortable at least once during each new body of work, which is a nicely edgy feeling to get in a world of boring sit-com safe comedians.Worth a rental.
James R (mx) wrote: pretty corny. some moments of brilliance. some hysterically bad dialogue.
Wojtek H (it) wrote: jak to si? sta?o, ?e przeoczy?em ten film?? super
Adam R (ca) wrote: Made solely for techies. It's not my thing. It is very outdated and the soundtrack is atrocious. And what was up with Matthew Lillard and that hair? (First and only viewing - 12/1/2009)
Sam N (ru) wrote: Caught this early hours of the morning once while flicking through TV channels. Really enjoyed it, but then couldn't find it again due to being an very underrated movie.
Ryan K (it) wrote: Nuts is a courtroom drama based on a play by Tom Topor. It is about a civil case where the defendant (Streisand) is at a hearing to determine if she is "mentally competent" to stand trial. Richard Dreyfuss does some great work playing her public defender who gets emotionally involved in the trial. I usually love movies based on plays because of the compact nature of the cinematography and direction and this is no exception. Most of the scenes could have just as easily been portrayed on stage. But more importantly it has great performances from the two leads and a swift, concise script. I think this film is pretty underrated and a hidden gem.
Jose Luis M (it) wrote: Una de las mejores comedias de los ochentas.
Bob W (ag) wrote: This is like the original Paranormal Activities. If nothing else, there are a few important lessons on etiquette as well as house purchases that arise for me from this flick: first, don't teach your kids to play Ouija board or attend seances. Especially when house decorations fly. Second, don't let your kids call your family friend a witch when he sees her (even if she did appear as the Wicked Witch of the West in Wizard of Oz)--it's just not nice. Oh and by the way, when floating heads, ethereal lions, burning skeletons, executioners, moaning voices, violent apparitions causing kitchen damage, walking dead, thrown meat cleavers and drastic changes in temperature occur in your room, THEN IT IS TIME TO CALL GHOSTBUSTERS OR MOVE OUT RIGHT AWAY, not sleep there! I don't care what kind of curb appeal or hidden treasure they suggest. I'd like to see one of those house restoration TV shows transform and flip this doozy! Kidding aside, this is a cheesy fun, family friendly, gimmick laden haunted mansion romp that is a requirement for Friday the 13th each year. And remember, if some occultist named Zorba previously owned the mansion, run away. Keep an eye out for child actor Charles Herbert who appeared in many classic horror flicks as well as Martin Milner of 70s TV show Adam 12 fame.
Nate W (nl) wrote: one of dolph's best. i agree with the below review
Pavandeep S (ag) wrote: Woman getting one-upped is like the most awesome theme in any noir film. Personally, watching this, I now have a secret attraction for Byron Haskin. This is his second film I've watched and it was sweet. I love the acting and the lines the most, it makes you want to laugh amid the chaos and tragedy and troubles.