Christine

Christine

Geeky student Arnie Cunningham falls for Christine, a rusty 1958 Plymouth Fury, and becomes obsessed with restoring the classic automobile to her former glory. As the car changes, so does Arnie, whose newfound confidence turns to arrogance behind the wheel of his exotic beauty. Arnie's girlfriend Leigh and best friend Dennis reach out to him, only to be met by a Fury like no other.

In 1957, in Detroit, a red Plymouth Fury is built and is the cause of two accidents, one of them fatal, still in the assembly line. Twenty-one years later, the outcast and bullied nerd Arnold "Arnie" Cunningham is getting a ride with his best and only friend Dennis Guilder and he sees the wrecked car for sale in a garden. Arnie immediately falls in love with the car. The car was given the name Christine by it's first owner. He brings the car to a repair shop of the despicable Will Darnell and works hard to restore the classic car. While he works in the restoration, he changes his personality to a cocky teenager and he dates the most beautiful girl in the high-school, Leigh Cabot. Soon Arnie becomes selfish and jealous of the supernatural Christine that kills everyone that is a threat to them. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Vincent L (kr) wrote: It was OK. Some funny bits but nothing special.

Raymond W (nl) wrote: Hell and Back Again is a pretty average documentary that is beautifully shot, uniquely edited, but should've delved into the psychological state of mind of Sgt. Nathan Harris instead of focusing on merely the physical struggles he faces in getting back into shape and fit for combat once more. The emotional connection could definitely been stronger and more involving. Hell and Back Again features unique cinematography and editing, but is a generic, if slightly better than average documentary.

Filippo B (kr) wrote: molto meglio road trip

Jacob B (fr) wrote: Punisher: War Zone has great performances from its cast, is gleefully profane and full of bloody violence...perhaps a little too bloody even by R-rated Marvel standards.

Michael R (mx) wrote: Loved it--my ex introduced me to it (before he was my ex).

david s (es) wrote: Competent enough movie of an over-rated musical.

Katherine R (kr) wrote: How can i get more movies to owned.I like this movie because it is so funny.

Juan H (ca) wrote: This is one of my favorite childhood films and seeing it for the 1st time in 25+ years, it makes me think why I loved it so much. The acting is horrible, the movie is visually horrible but with all that I still enjoyed it just as much as I did as a kid.

Calvin C (it) wrote: One of the lesser known Deavid Lean films, this postcard from Italy is every bit romantic and beautiful as its location. Katherine Hepburn is at her most vulnerable and feminine as an American and hopeless romantic who falls for an Italian man. The ending is also great.Grade: A-

Sam A (mx) wrote: Judy Garland was exceptional belting out songs that I've grown up with and have become staples of the American culture. It was however a bizarre storyline that seemed strange with the musical genre and it didn't work entirely for me. Still enjoyable enough though if not just for Judy Garland and her voice.

Cal (br) wrote: "There's an old saying: just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they're not out to get you."After headlining a string of entertaining, B-grade action spectacles, Dolph Lundgren (Showdown in Little Tokyo, Universal Soldier, Rocky IV) swiftly established himself as one of the industry's most reliable stars for testosterone-soaked actioners. Among his littler-known efforts is the 1996 action-thriller Silent Trigger, which paired the star with Australian director (and B-grade movie extraordinaire) Russell Mulcahy (Highlander). While not exactly the worst creation to feature on the Dolphster's filmography, Silent Trigger is distinctly mediocre. It's a badass, moderately enjoyable 90-minute ride, but Dolph Lundgren is a surprisingly bland protagonist, the whole thing is forgettable, and the script feels regurgitated by a computer.There is not a great deal to be said regarding the plot of Silent Trigger, as it's more of a series of vignettes than anything resembling a solid storyline. Essentially, Dolph's character here is a covert assassin named Waxman who's an expert marksman with a sniper rifle. He suddenly and inexplicably gains a conscience during an assignment, and in doing so condemns himself to death at the hands of his rookie spotter Clegg (Bellman). Years later, Waxman has been tasked with another assignment to be carried out in the upper floors of a half-built high-rise building. To Waxman's surprise, the spotter he has been assigned is Clegg, which leads to a number of battles over trust. The two are also forced to deal with a couple of pesky nightwatchmen, one of whom is an obnoxious, seedy man keen to rape Clegg.Although Sergio Altieri's screenplay appears to be more concerned with rumination than balls-to-the-wall action, Silent Trigger is not a thoughtful blockbuster which successfully provokes ethical or existential questions. It touches upon the moralistic side of being a sniper, granted, but these issues are handled in a naff, inadequate manner. Plus, the flashbacks revealing the morals of an assassin life provide nothing more than an excuse for director Russell Mulcahy to do what he does best: marshal a number of impressive action sequences. On that note, if anyone deserves credit for making Silent Trigger watchable, it's Mulcahy. The stylishly dark tones generate a fair amount of suspense, and the director made the most of the unfinished building where most of the action unfolds. There are technical goofs here and there (in particular some shoddy visual effects work) as well as pacing issues (there are too many dead spots), yet the action is still violent and satisfying enough.Unsurprisingly, characterisation and plot are feeble in this film. High Shakespeare was not expected, but would a little personality in the characters be too much to ask? In addition, there are plot points which simply do not make sense. For instance, why is Waxman still working for the agency after they issued a kill order on him? Why would Waxman agree to another assignment? Why does Waxman show up to the high-rise a full 5 or 6 hours before his target is due to show up? Why engage the nightwatchmen at all? Meanwhile, Dolph Lundgren is predominantly forgettable as Waxman (though his screen presence is tolerable), and Gina Bellman (of Coupling fame) is not overly good in her role as Clegg - she's only memorable due to her good looks rather than the sincerity of her performance. From top to bottom, everything about Silent Trigger reveals its origins as a low-budget straight-to-video action vehicle - especially the cheesy score courtesy of Stefano Mainetti.As far as these kinds of action films go, you could do far worse than Silent Trigger. At the very least, it provides an easy viewing experience with a few worthwhile moments. However, you could also do a whole lot better than Silent Trigger. It's worth watching, but only for Lundgren purists or action enthusiasts who've exhausted their supply of quality actioners. In other words, it pampers to its niche audience, but it's nevertheless very pedestrian. Trust me; you will forget you ever saw the movie about 10 minutes after you finish watching it.