A computer programmer's dream job at a hot Portland-based firm turns nightmarish when he discovers his boss has a secret and ruthless means of dispatching anti-trust problems.

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Spookie M (fr) wrote: The strange and tragic story of Joe Meek innovator of several recording techniques and writer and producer of many hit records of the 60's. This is a well made bio pic.

Greg W (ca) wrote: dudes in bunny suits-npt so much same 4 story

Jordan P (ru) wrote: Lacking the uproarious laughter, boundary-pushing satire and suspenseful storytelling that made the first four installments a solid blend of horror and comedy, this fourth -- and largely unfunny -- sequel is one misfire that'll leave fans pining for the onscreen presences of Anna Faris and Regina Hall.

Patrick C (fr) wrote: This movie was heading for a two star rating until the end. Nice twist saved the movie and makes one question the perspective through which we view things. Not bad.

Scott C (nl) wrote: Not what I thought it would be. An interesting tale of two destinies colliding over crime. Supporting storylines are strange, silly and unneeded but Considine's portrayal and fate keep you locked in.

Daniel D (ca) wrote: Truth be told, they really should have stopped at the 2nd one. Overstretched series.

Private U (br) wrote: Una mascota que va a perturbar y a transformar la vida de una familia que parecia "normal"...

Alyn D (fr) wrote: "It's the shoes...from the bushes..." Pretty terrible, but somehow enjoyable.

Al P (br) wrote: You missed this one.

Richard S (it) wrote: OK sports film to catch on TV.

Garrett C (au) wrote: Complex, stylish, and darkly intriguing.. "Out of the Past" is a definitive noir along with "Double Indemnity."

Marj D (nl) wrote: I thoroughly enjoyed this. It's probably very unfair to compare it to Dangerous Liaisons but I will anyway, even though I haven't seen it for years. This one seems a lot lighter and a bit more fun. Fairuza Balk in particualr is perfect as the bewildered 15 year old and Colin Firth knows how to wear a frilly shirt!

monsieur r (ru) wrote: Comedy comes to Harlem, this black crime comedy is not always obvious comedy. A back to Africa movement (historically there was indeed such a movement led by DuBois), urged black U.S. citizens to leave America and go back to Africa. Let's start with some "recent" entertainment history. First, lead actor Godfrey Cambridge was a popular stand up comedian who appeared several times on The Ed Sullivan Show during the 1960's. He stars as a serious detective with his partner to stop a scam on black New York city residents. Second, Red Foxx, another comedian who achieved rave status with black audiences in the 1950's, recording several comedy records that were filled with sexual humor and abhored by white America. Foxx, a junk dealer, appears occasionally through the film dealing in, of all things, a bale of cotton. Hence the title: Cotton Comes to Harlem. Mildly entertaining today, the movie was a sensation in the early 1970's as a respectable alternative to white society films. This is a good sample of what the races were shown during the day. Hollywood was willing to exploit anything it could and it surely made its mark in this sublime comedy. In 1971, the pre-eminent answer to white hero worship was the biggest and most memorable character "Shaft". Godfrey Cambridge as Gravedigger Jones Raymond St. Jacques as Coffin Ed Johnson Calvin Lockhart as Reverend Deke O'Malley Judy Pace as Iris Redd Foxx as Uncle Bud / Booker Washington Sims (junk dealer) Emily Yancy as Mabel John Anderson as Bryce Lou Jacobi as Goodman Directed by Ossie Davis Produced by Samuel Goldwyn Jr. Written by Ossie Davis Chester Himes (Novel) Cinematography Gerald Hirschfeld Editing by Robert Q. Lovett Distributed by United Artists Release date(s) May 26, 1970 Running time 97 mins