In 1955 Florida, a Korean vet has a breakdown and is incarcerated in a "maximum security" mental health prison, where patients are abused.
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Joey F (ca) wrote: I think this movie was panned unjustifiably. It's not their best film, but it's miles ahead of the previous two and is even better than some of their "golden era" films. It does a good job of giving origin story to Mike and Sully (and a couple other MI favorites) and delivers perhaps one of the best last thirds in any Pixar movie. Some of the college humor is corny I'll admit, but I don't think it ruined the movie by any stretch.
Deborah F (fr) wrote: sweet, aber bissi sehr von tenenbaums und tiefseetauchern geklaut..
Alex C (us) wrote: This one is a good suspense movie. It keeps you interested in continue watching it 'til the end.
Jason H (gb) wrote: The best film I've ever seen that sums up the history of big wave surfing. I Absolutely loved it.
Andrew U (kr) wrote: Taps into a ubiquitous primal fear: being stranded in the middle of the ocean.
Dave J (es) wrote: Intermingle storylines that have something to do with one another.
Scott P (de) wrote: I caught the second half of the He Who Kills story on TV as a kid. It scared the fucking shit out of me. I tracked down both films and have watched both of them. The original's first 2 stories fell short while the final story Amelia (featuring the Zuni Fetish Doll) was brilliant in it's execution. I expected this sequel to be more of the same and found the first two stories better than the first two of the original, however He Who Kills didn't age as well as I have and falls quite short by comparison to the original. It's entertaining as all hell however the doll isn't as scary as how I remember it to be) because they show too much of it moving about before it makes it's strike. There isn't a very good buildup. However this series of short films is entertaining and it did freak the fucking shit out of me as a kid so I will give it some props for that. Not bad for a TV movie, not bad at all. Props to Mr. Dan Curtis, may he rest in peace.Also if you are familiar with the Ranger Goard character from The Red Green Show or the Lloyd Braun character from Seinfeld, you get to see the actor who played them get killed with a fire axe. Now that's an added bonus.
Shannon B (kr) wrote: I love it cause Zack and Kelly got married! Loved this couple and it was only fitting that they ended up together! :-)
Iryna E (br) wrote: guys should watch this seemingly 'girl' movie. Too much of them are hiding behind 'the glass wall', not daring to come out. And Sophie Marceau is at her best:)
Cole B (fr) wrote: Chris Rock, Chris Elliott, and Phil Hartman in one movie. Amazing.
Daryl K (fr) wrote: George Romero's trademark social commentary takes shape through a contrast between the ideals of chivalry and modern day corporate greed, but it doesn't exactly work most of the time. Still, points for originality as the only knights-jousting-on-motorcycles movie which comes to mind. Features Ed Harris in an early starring role, and many fun-to-spot Romero acting alumni.
Jonathan P (ca) wrote: So cheesy it is actually enjoyable (to a point). This is not a biography of Bruce Lee (far from it) but if you just enjoy the wacky story and odd fights (eye-balls being poked out and all) you can enjoy how terrible yet fun this truly is. It really doesn't deserve 3 stars but because of nostalgic reasons (I vaguely remember watching this with my dad) I rate it a bit higher than it deserves (ok maybe a lot higher).
Asif K (es) wrote: not interested in these monster movies
Riley H (ca) wrote: Great. More about the life in between the bank robberies than the bank robberies themselves.
Arch A (de) wrote: Have wanted to see this ever since I saw excerpts in 'L'Univers de Jacques Demy'.
Conrad M (ru) wrote: Crikey. David Tenant gives an awful lifeless performance. Patrick Stewart gives a solid performance of Claudius, though this cannot save it.
Michael L (gb) wrote: only 9% of facebook want to see this? that is such a shame because this is a great noir with the robert ryan, really the greatest noir actor there ever was. not really much different from anything in the noir genre but still entertaining. also, merle oberon is hot
Alan L (ru) wrote: A silent beauty in Ingmar Bergman's hometown cinema.Victor Sjostrom is not only has sense in acting and even directing.Fancy used of lightning and hypnotized eyes-view.Similar story to Christmas Carol or It's a Wonderful Life but with it own identity.Proud to be a Film Nut.
Diana B (it) wrote: Some good acting, but not my favorite type of story - I don't care for all the language, etc.