Three girls are on the run from a group of disbanded soldiers. Nowhere to go they come across a lonely widow to seek refuge. Risking her life to save the young women the widow only demands erotic pleasure in exchange. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Three girls are on the run from a group of disbanded soldiers. Nowhere to go they come across a lonely widow to seek refuge. Risking her life to save the young women the widow only demands erotic pleasure in exchange.
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Chris R (jp) wrote: Saw this today and liked it. Intense. See if you want to really know what is going on with #OWS
Alain G (fr) wrote: Voor liefhebbers van de wat meer griezelige films een goeie tip... kijken! Bijna onmiddelijk neemt deze film je mee in zijn verhaal. Enkel de acteur die de rol speelt van de fotograaf (broer van de hoofdrolspeler) is ergens vergeten wat acteren is :-) Nog goed dat het verhaal dit wel goed maakt.
Joleen N (us) wrote: How can I see this in the US?
Kenric A (fr) wrote: To whoever wrote the alleged consensus that Death at a Funeral had "enough slapstick silliness to overcome its faults", I ask ... WHAT FAULTS? IT'S PERFECT!
William T (gb) wrote: Hey Arnold, why was your movie terrible and irrelevant? The Hey Arnold Movie confirmed the idea that a movie based off a TV show is the death of the series. The plot to this movie was silly, the voices were off, and even the animation didn(TM)t look right. I wanted so much more from this movie and I was so disappointed because I loved the series itself so much. It was one of my favorites and as a fan I felt betrayed by this piece of garbage.The plot to this movie is a millionaire named Scheck wants to destroy Arnold(TM)s neighborhood to build a mall complex. That(TM)s it, and it was pathetic. First of all, that is the big problem in the movie and we find that out within the first five minutes of the movie. Arnold and Gerald are walking down the street and then a giant TV shows up with Scheck(TM)s face on it explaining his plan. I thought it was weak. The major problem came up and appeared way too soon. Build a story, a backbone, and then develop a conflict. It was upsetting, and then it got worse when Arnold had about a month to save the neighborhood.? Noble of Arnold to be the hero and try to save the neighborhood and obviously that works for the story and fits his character. Arnold is the main character and the hero, and as the hero he does his job. Here was a major problem, they had a month and in a short montage the month passes and ideas t save the neighborhood disappeared. The block party was a great idea but it came and went so fast and was so unimportant. The countdown literally goes from thirty days to two days in a matter of seconds. Time was wasted and so much potential was lost.Businesses and houses had to sell and just a few days before the demolition, Grandpa tells a story of the tomato incident.? Long story short, the boarding house and the rest of the neighborhood is a national landmark. Hope remains for little Arnold and his neighborhood. I was perfectly fine with the story of the tomato incident and how Scheck was involved. It was a story that fit with a cartoon and certainly was entertaining. Why was this story not told earlier? Now the rest of the story has to be crammed into two days for Arnold to save the neighborhood. There was so much time wasted for nothing. This movie was only 76 minutes, that(TM)s only a little over an hour. Most animation films are around 90 minutes. Nonetheless, Arnold and Gerald go on a mission for one last hurrah before the bulldozers destroy their past and future.Big Bob Pataki had to be involved somehow; he is a sort of villain throughout the entire series. He has a deal with Scheck to build a beeper emporium and promises Helga she will be rich. Thus creates an inner problem with Helga, which was perfectly fine. I will give the movie credit; they do stick to some of their roots and gave some fans what they were looking for. Her role in the movie was appropriate but she exposed her secret. She proclaimed her love to Arnold and a major part of the series was keeping that a secret. Now, I had mixed emotions for that scene. A big part of me hated it because it is a line a cartoon should not cross. A cartoon never reveals a question like that; It would be like Plankton getting the Krabby Patty recipe. Another part of me likes it and gave the film credit for taking that risk and making that jump. Arnold now knows and nothing will ever be the same. It could have been the destruction of the series, or a risk worth taking. In the end Arnold asked Helga if she meant it and she obviously denied the entire thing so I guess it really doesn't matter but that is up to the viewer. In the end Scheck loses because he burns the document proving the neighborhood is a landmark and he loses. And overall, this movie was incredibly disappointing, and I wish t could have been remade. The animation was sloppy. Everything looked so depressing and dirty. The characters even looked different and the voices were different. It had a different vibe that was not the Hey Arnold vibe. This movie was an abomination to a great TV series and joins Dinotopia and Passion of the Christ in getting the WillyT seal of disapproval. The seal of disapproval is the seal of approval turned upside-down and just means shame on the director and actors for trying. They disappointed their true fans and is a disgrace. Don(TM)t watch it, don(TM)t buy it, and don(TM)t even download it for free. It is not worth it, take it from me, I am the expert.
Doug K (it) wrote: I've heard good things about this film, even if the white boy wants to rap to save his family or gain respect or something doesn't really appeal to me at first glance. I like his music from this movie, but beyond that, I've heard he's a decent actor. Now that he's no longer relevant in music, with no public persona that anyone cares about, maybe its time to appreciate this movie without all the hyped up baggage...
Martin S (it) wrote: Collin haciendo el mismo papel de siempre
Susan J (ru) wrote: I was ok before I watched this, but I think now I'm retarded. Or maybe Tommy Lee Jones was temporarily retarded when he decided this film was a good move for his career. Or maybe he thought his career was too awesome and it was time to do a movie that would make people retarded just by watching it. Seriously, this movie is brain-damagingly bad, and not bad in the quirky funny bad kinda way, but bad as in, just bad.
Pampalini L (kr) wrote: A woman's lover leaves her, and she tries to contact him to find out why he's left. She confronts his wife and son, who are as clueless as she. Meanwhile her girlfriend is afraid the police are looking for her because of her boyfriend's criminal activities. They talk to a female lawyer, who turns out to be the lover's new lover, and everyone's path keeps crossing each other's in a very complicated and confusing manner.
John D (us) wrote: This sequel is way more fun compared to the 1st one. More stare downs, more manly faces and those sweaty looks, with their hairs on their faces and smoking tobaccos. In short, it's a fun watch in this very manly western film. One of the reasons that I love in this film is the chemistry between Clint Eastwood and Lee Van Cleef. And Gian Maria Volont as the main villain, I mean superb performances for these actors. Another Iconic western film that I will never forget. And the restoration on blu-ray is impressive. I really like it. A must watch, a must have and definitly you will enjoy this one. 4/5 stars!
Im El Capitano A (ru) wrote: I have got to get around to seeing this...