A biker comes upon a girl with a flat tire and offers her a ride home. He winds up at a drug party with the girl's sister, then follows her to a turkey farm owned by her father, a mad scientist. The father turns the biker into a giant turkey monster who goes after drug dealers.
- Stars:Steve Hawkes, Dana Cullivan, Heather Hughes, Bob Currier, Anne Shearin, Linda Past, Debbie Smith, Sandy Kneelen, Domink Grutta, Randy Grinter, Larry Wright, Dolores Currier, Jane Tarber, Lee Morris, Sam Taker,
- Director:Brad F. Grinter, Steve Hawkes,
- Writer:Brad F. Grinter, Steve Hawkes
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(us) wrote: I have listened to Rich Mullins songs for years but never knew his story till I watched this movie. This is a awesome movie of his life story. So sad it ended so quickly. I believe he wanted to find true love. A love he never felt from his father. Not quit sure of how God could love such a Ragamuffin. This is a movie I think all should see. I know it really touched me and kept my attention through the whole movie.
(ca) wrote: not bad for such a short shooting schedule
(au) wrote: Oliver Stone once again makes an effective film about a true event, and the toll it takes on its characters.
(au) wrote: This was a pretty fascinating movie, and the cinematography was gorgeous. However, it is a certain type of film that shows the mundane (such as looking into the fridge) that made me bored through a good portion of the film. I wanted to find out what was going to happen with the pregnancy. However, for what it is, for the type of film, it is beautifully done. Lots of meditations on trains and mechanisms. It inspired me to create something. Plus, it was filmed in my sister-in-law's country, so I'll give it props for that.
(gb) wrote: named my daughter after this moive,,it came out around 85 86, sheena the jungle girl,
(br) wrote: Top shelf action film largely due to the casting of heavyweight Carradine opposite Norris. After a series of solid actioners, this was the film that would usher in a string of elite Chuck Norris films that would be the best of the genre in the 80s. A nice touch is having Norris reject fancy beer like Michelob for the Texas favourite Pearl.
(fr) wrote: Melville s last picture is terrific in a way which it aqpproaches zynism and tragedy alike with the usual style of less words and let the scenes and action speak for themselves unforgeattable the scene of the two best friends on the opposite side of the law fighting for the love of one woman just with a challenging gaze and the woman sitting between them. Melville s world where there is no definitions of good or bads just blurring reality which everyone is living in a world which sometimes nothing is like it seems... intelligent great and unfortunately there are no Melvilles films anymore....
(de) wrote: It's Elvis. What's not too love. My daughter loves Elvis and enjoys the songs. Pitty about the acting.
(kr) wrote: It's more of a drama than a thriller but it has a pretty interesting story. Montgomery Clift is amazing as always (and he looks good in a cassock!)
(nl) wrote: Forgetable and ill thought out propaganda
(ca) wrote: At a whopping 3 hours and 7 minutes this is a real struggle. The middle act is basically a gauntlet of unnecessary (yet flashy) action sequence after the other, all the beauty of this film is in the journey to Skull Island, and the closing finale. Might've been helped by wiping a whole hour off the run time.
(gb) wrote: Very underrated movie, the idea sounds really good on paper but as a film it feels like a mess, as it's always jumping around which doesn't help to keep your attention. Personally, I thought the movie was pretty straight-forward and easy to understand, but whether you can understand it or not, it's up to you.
(mx) wrote: Not quite STAR WARS-level entertainment but let's give props to the true star of this production--the uncredited costume designer for Caroline Munro's space attire, which is stellar throughout and spans several outfits. Solid cast of b-movie veterans like Tessier, Spinell and Gortner plus future Oscar winner Christopher Plummer. Seems to improve with multiple viewings.