Motorcycle mechanic C.C. Ryder joins "The Heads," an outlaw biker gang. Fellow gang members menace fashion journalist Ann when her limo breaks down in the desert, but C.C. comes to her ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
C.C. & Company
Motorcycle mechanic C.C. Ryder joins "The Heads," an outlaw biker gang. Fellow gang members menace fashion journalist Ann when her limo breaks down in the desert, but C.C. comes to her ...
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Sam W (it) wrote: Mostly straightforward and predictable comedy aimed at the 20 year old student audience, which stays entertaining but nothing more. Not as funny as it could have been, but there are some good jokes in it and Eisenberg is likable as the lead.
Deb S (de) wrote: Alex (Eddie Redmayne), a seventeen-year-old student at an elite English boarding school, is accused of shooting a fellow student, Nigel (Tom Sturridge). The arresting officer Martin (Richard Roxburgh) believes Alex is a psychopath and engages a forensic psychologist (Toni Collette) to determine the student's culpability in the hopes of getting a confession from him but she soon finds herself embroiled in a bizarre plot that involves an ancient and powerful secret society known as the ?Templar Knights? and we realize that there is more to Nigel's death than the gunshot incident.
Hermann P (mx) wrote: Trixie (Emily Watson in her pleasant to watch role), come private detective, tries to unravela never ending stream of seemingly unrelated dramas. She has a bombastic Senator (suitably portrayed by Nick Nolte) in her sights. The highlight of the film comes at the end when Trixie finally succeeds in solving the crime(s) and thereby driving the Senator crazy. Watching this was close to a waste of time.
Luthy L (it) wrote: I really enjoyed it- there was something so creepy and unsettling about it.
Rebecca P (nl) wrote: I loved this film as a child & just thought about it yesterday. Many times better than "Free Willy" in my opinion. The theme song really reflects the way I feel about nature & brings a tear to my eye when I think about it.
Richard G (ru) wrote: Corman and Price together in the horror Genre is a dream come true,its a really creepy poe adaptation with vincent price as a man whose dead wife won't give him any peace or is it necrophilic madness? Deffinetly one to watch for Poe enthusiasts.
Andrei B (us) wrote: Como biografia diludo e raso. Como entretenimento frio e impessoal. Resta ento pouco para no tornar o filme uma empreitada entediante.
arshi r (es) wrote: Grade: C+ *There are spoilers in this review* Woman of the Year is the first collaboration between Spencer Tracy & Kate Hepburn. The film is about a relationship and marriage between a lowbrow sports writer and a seemingly world famous political columnist, who both happen to work at the same newspaper. As far as the love story goes, I was not really impressed. The dialogue was mostly just plain bland, except for some instances, but those were just good biting one liners delivered by Hepburn; it isn't without its moments. The film plays better as a look into the past at what a decent attempt at a comedic feminist love story would have looked like; Woman of the Year is that film to a tee, cop-out ending intact. The film basically showcases the unravelling of a relationship that never should have started in the first place, nor unfolded in the way it does. These two people hardly have anything in common, except an obvious sexual attraction which neither character can seem to do anything about. The physical chemistry is there, however neither the screenplay nor the times in which the film were made allow the film to realistically flesh out the characters, and the one thing that should really draw them together; sex. The film is very much a product of the women's movement, and the more prominent role of woman in the workplace. Hepburn is a dream in the role, I just love this woman. She is so similar in so many of her films I'm starting to notice, and always seems to go through similar arc's and problems; her views and outlook on life also have similarities, and she exudes certain ideas rather than merely saying them, something I think she brings to her characters as much as the screenplays do. Hepburn's character is a basically using her paper to create good PR for herself and promote her feminist image; the whole thing, even if she half believes in it, is ruining her marriage because it is consuming all her time and attention. Basically everything she does is interrupting their relationship, and most of it has to do with her worrying about herself and her image, even if she professes to care for the world. She cannot find a balance, she was not created for it, and marriage is quickly put on the backburner, much to Spencer Tracy's chagrin. It was obvious to me from the get go, but for some there will be an increasing obviousness of how the two getting married was a stupid decision; now this isn't such a bad thing, and is pretty interesting in some spots, even if it is really repetitive and obvious. Hepburn's character, wrong as she usually is in these movies, comes to realize the error of her ways. What follows is the most cop-out Hollywood ending you'll ever see, wherein Hepburn's character comes home and acts the role of the obediently serving housewife; the slowly paced and overwrought ending, utterly contrived, (like many of the film's scenario that propel it forward with disregard for continuity and any semblance of realism) was like the film was setting off my gag reflex. The film just ends and I thought, ok, so what? Sure it was kind of fun, and sort of interesting, but didn't I already know it was all going to happen, and didn't the filmmaker take a lot of liberties with the plot that didn't end up satisfying. Couldn't the Screenwriters have put a bit more care into some of the logical aspects, which would have been easy to overcome (certain conversations contradict themselves, and when it thinks it's smart, the writers are actually mistaken about the logic of things said and done). Still though, I was mildly entertained, but this film goes in the "ageing badly" section of 40's films I've seen; still, not the worst, far from it, just far from the best, in my opinion. I am surprised the film has such a high tomatometer, but am eased in mind by the fact that Dave Kehr didn't think much of certain of the films aspects either. Notice in didn't mention the characters names once in my review. Thats because a day after seeing this film, I don't remember nor do I care to look up the names; it's all Tracy and Hepburn from where I'm sitting.
Russ B (br) wrote: 9/21/2015: A nice good feeling movie. Hamm and Bell were great.
Andy G (ag) wrote: Road to Paloma is it ok drama about any man on a roadtrip to release his father's ashes and Indian ground. Jason Momoa wrote and directed and stars in it. And he has Irish guy after him. C+ (2014)