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Diana K (us) wrote: Intrigued by the ideas, but like others have said, there wasn't enough character development.
Isaac H (au) wrote: It has its cheese, but The Rescue is still a fun action/war film for tweens.
Pavan R (ru) wrote: Superb suspense thriller...haven't seen a Hindi movie in recent times with such a good story.....good performances and well directed...Hindi movies are getting better and this is the evidence...get us more (some criticise it for loopholes in the story, which movie doesn't have them..so just watch it and enjoy it )
Jessica H (au) wrote: you are better off watching the fly.
Choo T (fr) wrote: i hate rotten and perfect romance.
Senor C (br) wrote: I figured since I watched Killer Workout I might as well watch another health spa horror flix (these are the only two that I know of). This one didn't have as much bad charm as Killer Workout even though it does contain it's fair share of aerobic classes & bad 80s music but it's incredibly dull. Instead of a standard killer this one has a possession so it has a disturbing scene as the killer is flashing back & forth between her & her twin brother you see him in a dress. Possessed transvestites are frightening. Actually Im really grasping here. Nothing is interesting to Death Spa...Forgettable.
Lesley G (mx) wrote: Saw this movie in Japan in the early 80's with an Aussie colleague who needed a translator for the Scouse!! Loved the sharp wit of the women and the reality it represented and the mention of Southport of course Ha! Loved the dream it had to offer...
cj o (us) wrote: Kind of a weird short film. If you ask me, the song's better alone. MUCH better alone.
Nikolaos S (es) wrote: Aaah the good old days..For an old low-budget horror movie it has a lot of interesting ideas and the scene in the cinema with the young girl is pretty cool...The main team behind it would go on to write American Graffiti and the two Indiana Jones sequels
Byron B (jp) wrote: Roger Corman produced this low budget exploitation picture. This was Scorsese's second feature length fictional film. Bertha (Hershey) and Bill (D. Carradine) are Bonnie and Clyde like Depression era criminals, but they rob trains. The book on which the screenplay was based was touted as an autobiography, but is really more fiction and amalgamation. Barbara Hershey, as the sweet and mischievous Bertha, runs around in thin dresses that barely cover her. This, with a couple sex scenes, and plenty of gunfights give the film its exploitative nature. David Carradine, around the time he was preparing for the series, Kung Fu, and about four years before he would appear as Woody Guthrie in Bound for Glory, played a union organizer. The authorities were out to suppress all union activity, so Big Bill Shelly soon breaks out of jail and is forced to turn to robbery to live. Earlier, Bertha had befriended Rake Brown (Primus), a Jewish grifter/gambler. And her path crosses again with Von Morton (Casey), who used to be her father's chauffeur/servant. Together Bertha, Bill, Rake, and Von make up the gang of misfits. David's father John Carradine plays the anti-union railroad baron. And two Pinkerton-like Federal agents hound the gang for years. Eventually Big Bill dies with some heavy-handed savior symbolism. The film contains some exciting scenes and makes some interesting statements about life during the Depression as viewed from forty years later.
DeAndre W (es) wrote: "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle" is one of the worst "movies" I've ever seen, I quote the word movies because this is most definitely not a movie, it's an incoherent, visually revolting, overbearing exercise in stupidity, it's tons of shit being thrown at a wall to see what sticks, and what doesn't sticks remains, it's an endless showcase of law defying physics, over-the-top wardrobe, and our stars' undeniable sex appeal, it's an utter and complete waste of time and resources.
Matt C (us) wrote: My big fave Costner and a heartwarming tale around a Father-Son story...obviously I love this film. It's kind of a bizarre plot but if you can't do whimsical fancy in cinema then where can you. Every actor involved treats the story with the required respect, and it's a cracker as a result.
gevan (jp) wrote: i really love this movie...