Neale and Pedro fly cargo between Chungking and Calcutta. When their buddy Bill is murdered they investigate. Neale meets Bill's fiancée Virginia and becomes suspicious of a deeper plot while also falling for her charms. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Neale and Pedro fly cargo between Chungking and Calcutta. When their buddy Bill is murdered they investigate. Neale meets Bill's fiancée Virginia and becomes suspicious of a deeper plot while also falling for her charms.
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David M (gb) wrote: As an avid studier/enthusiast of Hip-hop already, this documentary didn't feed me much that I didn't already know. However it's always a pleasure to see Hip-hop legends speak about the culture they've grew up in and nurtured over the years. Excellent for the casual rap listener who doesn't know where to start digging for information about Hip hop. They will find gold.
Marta R (us) wrote: So, I really, really, liked this film... even though the sons appeared to be trying to act younger than they looked... the storyline, female lead, and especially the father, were great to watch.
Sanjid P (nl) wrote: Amer is an abstract little homage to the 70's popular & my beloved Italian Giallo films. Divided into three parts, which dissolve into one another, center around a female protagonist, Ana, played by three actresses - in childhood, adolescence and adulthood. It had the potential to become an awesome Giallo tribute if they could offered a well developed simple story (like The House of the Devil) instead of being too much vague in story telling as well as character wise that all comes with a bit of an art house treatment! The film has 1 or 2 dialogue but the magic comes along with the stunning camera works full with Fulcian close up shots, Argento's eyes in the key hole, Bava like colorful lighting and effectively borrowed soundtrack from vintage Giallo films ...all were there expect for a meaningful story. The film uses almost all Giallo tools but overly relied on psycho sexual tensions that continue with constant abstract visuals all through the end. Perhaps I didn't get it right but to me the whole effort was wasted that could revive the genre with a huge satisfactory level for the fans.
Unfelia C (au) wrote: Loved it... My favorit Bollywood movie!!! everything is spot on... Has me wishing I could find my own Aditya
Brandon J (gb) wrote: I think 5% rotten tomatoes is too high for this piece of trash. This film deserves to be thrown into a garbage bin that homeless people use as a fireplace to gather around and warm up, while passing around a ciggaret. Tim Allen is only good at playing a funny character, not a dull character everyone hates. The production value was of a 90's sitcom television show. The only comedy in the film was how they constantly did the product placement with the canned ham.
Lacey D (gb) wrote: good movie for kids.
Landon W (ag) wrote: great classic movie that most people haven't seen
Tommy K (us) wrote: The humor is really bad, Shaquille O'Neal's acting and rapping are atrocious, and Shaq's role in this movie can be considered extremely racist and pedophilic. This movie is a disgrace to genies everywhere!
Semmi A (au) wrote: Def bout to watch the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers movie I got from Netflix! Haha this is gonna be so corny
Lisa S (br) wrote: I'd rather watch Kung Fu U or that fake Leave it To Beaver episode, it looked hilarious.
Heather L (ca) wrote: Love, love, love this film! I would like to live in a ramshackle house and put ribbons in my hair. Maybe it is just the nostalgia but this is a great film for a rainy Sunday afternoon for a bit of cosiness. Makes the world seem lovely again.
Matt W (it) wrote: Gets better every time I watch it...15th viewing tonight.
Armand P (au) wrote: Yes it's corny, formulaic, over-dramatic, and makes about as much as sense as hiring a worm guy to fight a huge radiation monster. It's also lots of fun.
Harry G (gb) wrote: It's not reasonable, or restrained, or anything decent, but for a generation to write off this and then fall in love with 'Kick Ass' a decade later is rather laughable. Trivial? Yes. Ridiculous? Certainly. Easily compartmentalising and then lampooning all that makes the sadly persistent superhero genre terrible? You betchya!