Buddies

Buddies

Mike and Johnny are two mates who are mining sapphires in Emerald. Another bloke is trying to move in on their claim and things get ugly

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:97 minutes
  • Release:1983
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:independent film,  

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Rob M (ag) wrote: It wasn't a bad movie but had that made for tv feel to it. A couple stupid plot twists as well. I hate it when writers get lazy.

Diana L (au) wrote: Not many scary moments. Towards the end they had some good ideas, but it was poorly executed.

Uriel A V (fr) wrote: Lo mejor, la chava que lanza dardos mortales con propulsin vaginal!... no me pregunten a mi...

Geir F (au) wrote: This scifi-thriller begins promising, but loses steam far too quickly and ends up plodding along towards the obvious conclusion. The special effects aren't too bad for their time, though, and the soundtrack features some fun theremin work.

Lucas M (br) wrote: Seriously, don't watch this movie. Even if you like bad movies... don't. After you see the same piece of stock footage used the 12th time, you'll break your TV in a fit of rage.

Paul D (de) wrote: The critics tore this movie apart, and I still love it to this day. Forget for the moment that this has a lot of crazy scenes with beautiful women dancing on bars (although I liked that too), the thing that I liked the most about this movie was the amount of heart at its core. It also has a fun soundtrack as well. Some people will hate this, or just write it off as smut, but it is so much more than that and is worth watching.

Tanveer A (br) wrote: dark and unhappy. Christian Bale's character is extremely unlikeable.

Nik M (de) wrote: This murder mystery is delightfully suspenseful with a wonderful cast. Taking place on a train, lit beautifully gloomy and suspiciously, setting a tone with its underlying classist themes.