Linda Blair plays Carol, a young woman who must serve 18 months in prison after drink driving and killing a man. The prison turns out to be brimming with decadence, corruption and sleaze, where the other female inmates are sadistic crack-selling lesbian rapists and the guards and warden are no better.
- Stars:Linda Blair, John Vernon, Sybil Danning, Tamara Dobson, Stella Stevens, Henry Silva, Sharon Hughes, Kendal Kaldwell, Robert Miano, Dee Biederbeck, Greta Blackburn, Nita Talbot, Louisa Moritz, Jennifer Ashley, Jody Medford,
- Country:USA, West Germany
- Director:Paul Nicholas,
- Writer:Aaron Butler (screenplay), Paul Nicholas (screenplay)
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(it) wrote: Really enjoyed this boy movie. Stumbled across it on cable.
(gb) wrote: If anyone wants to inspire their friends to act to fight against climate change, this is the film to show.
(au) wrote: The was the second DVD I ever purchased. Typical Kevin Costner, or what you will.
(jp) wrote: great entertainment! a treat for the eyes.
(br) wrote: Not the greatest ninja movie of all time but it's better then u think.
(kr) wrote: Nice movie but a little boring
(es) wrote: Important movie for all people to see
(br) wrote: As a fan of bad cinema all I can say is "WOW".
(ca) wrote: I want to see this mopvies!1!!!22
(ru) wrote: Hey it was a Sunday movie.
(fr) wrote: This film hasn't aged well. And not even Denzel Washington, & Russell Crowe can save it, but they weren't even at their peak yet acting wise either. This film tried too hard to see the future.
(de) wrote: An outrageous and silly good time! I always love films that don't take themselves seriously.
(kr) wrote: A punchdrunk boxer develops a crush on a spirited teenage girl and, due to the wild suggestions of his friends, kidnaps her to make her his own. This dramady is at times totally messed up and kinda odd on the whole, but does avoid a Hollywood ending.
(es) wrote: interesting look at the Downtown in the 80's, music used is the better element... Debbie Harry definitely has an interesting cameo...
(gb) wrote: Stuffing continuity, Jim (Dean Jones) (lead of the first film) is back and racing Herbie in Europe, even though it was racing in Europe that led him to abandoning Herbie for the second and best Herbie film. For some reason he is no longer married either. Anyway, as before he is a boring lead, although less dislikeable. That can't be said for his new comedy sidekick, the repulsive, misogynistic, mean and stupid Wheelie (Don Knotts) who turned my stomach just to look at him and Jim's irritating new feminist and yet bimbo love interest. The plot, balancing racing, Herbie falling in love and a stolen diamond, is needlessly convoluted. And Herbie is at his most selfish and insane in this outing, which is saying something, to the point of completely ignoring humans and racing in his quest to date a rather ugly car. Pretty dull, with disengaging characters.
(br) wrote: Kuch bhi? Pure tatti.Anything! Pure poop! -VMT
(br) wrote: their are certain films that look at the ugly parts of humanity. Midnight cowboy is a great film, the acting by it's two main stars- Dustin Hoffman and Jon Voight play off each other greatly, with Hoffman standing the test of time. The film explores the horrible experiences people can go through when they go for a dream. The film shows the horrid life of people in New York, Joe Buck is a character that the audience heavily invest in it, Ratso is a very sympathetic and rugged character that depicts the hard life that some experience. The film is a masterpiece, the only x rated film to win Best picture, some of the scenes drag on, and some are a bit explicit, the film will be a staple of cinema.
(es) wrote: I don't usually go for Douglas or westerns, but this movie is impressive and a little ahead of its time.
(ca) wrote: A very enjoyable film with great acting from Boris Karloff and Lucille Ball. Sirk's direction is impeccable as usual.
(au) wrote: Pretty intriguing, after watching some other 80s 90s films based around gang violence, Boyz is top. Would rewatch. 8.6/10