The story of a young ex-con Jack, newly released from serving a prison sentence for a murder he committed as a child.
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Trish G (ru) wrote: Same worshipping obama. Too dumb to go to movie theater. You can just turn on any of the alphabet news channels.
Robin W (gb) wrote: I found this movie to be thoroughly enjoyable. It drew me in from the very first scene and I was never bored with the films pace. the characters were sweet and relatable, and the performances are spot on. The bureaucratic nonsense that this man endured is something that everyone can relate to.
Snoball L (nl) wrote: yeah another yu gi oh movie this movie was terrible. unless you like predictable battles and other corny ideas in a movie.
Mike K (de) wrote: Like the English Patient, by the end of the movie I was just praying the guy would die.
Andres C (ag) wrote: Este documental trata sobre las consecuencias nefastas de la esclavitud africana a nive mundial
WS W (jp) wrote: A good example showing how bad a Hong Kong film could be in the last decade: bad production, bad directing, bad story, bad screenplay, bad casting, bad acting- bad everything.
Mithun G (br) wrote: Very sweet and cute film.
Emma B (mx) wrote: I remember this being better :(. Not as good as the usual Rik and Ade offerings.
Andrey B (gb) wrote: Wonderful movie with flawless performances. The atmosphere is relaxed and unconstrained, long shots are pleasing to the eye.
Kevin D (it) wrote: Like "The Street Fighter" but not quite as good.
Art S (it) wrote: Sixth and final film in the wonderful Thin Man series starring William Powell and Myrna Loy as Nick and Nora Charles. They are a loving married couple with a young son (Dean Stockwell, here) and a feisty terrier Asta. Nick used to work for the police but he married rich and now he's a private detective on the side. He knows a lot of thugs and he's friendly with them - sometimes they help him solve the crimes. He drinks a lot and be counted on for a clever quip, often about booze (double entendres, of course). She is a bit of an airhead but sensible and can be counted on to stumble into clues. Here they get involved with a jazz bandleader's murder and there's a lot of hepcat bebop slang (delivered by Keenan Wynn) that falls pretty flat (all of the band members are white which doesn't quite seem like reality). As usual, there are a lot of suspects (including Gloria Grahame for one) and Nick makes one of them confess at the end. Not the best of the series but the stars' chemistry is still there.
Greg W (ag) wrote: fox paired its 2 biggest female stars at the time faye & grable
Christopher B (us) wrote: Very entertaining, I was very pleasantly surprised!
Carl N (fr) wrote: I love this silly comedy-horror. The whole film is as ridiculous as the title. From OTT power-tool dismemberment to Linnea Quigleys Virgin Dance of the Double Chainsaws. Its not stop camp fun, all pieced together by corny film noir narration and music. Look out for Gunnar Hansen (Texas chainsaw massacre) and the fantastic scene where scream queens Michelle Bauer and Linnea Quigley get into a chainsaw duel. Brilliant!
Nancy F (es) wrote: I don't know why this movie got bad reviews. I thought it was so cute and entertaining. Not movie theater worthy but a good renter. Barbara is great!
Dave R (nl) wrote: It wasn't to bad of a movie another disaster and end of the world with a little supernatural in there all together seeing how to live or die when the rapture comes will you believe or will you die? who knows make a choice
Altered E (mx) wrote: "Deadly Prey" is a Rambo clone even lighter on plot. The schizophrenic dialogue is the highlight, but the homoerotic undertones throughout make this one worth watching and heckling.