The film follows Los Angeles policeman Lt. Marion "Cobra" Cobretti (Sylvester Stallone) as he must protect the only surviving witness to a strange murderous cult with far reaching plans. As Cobra falls for the witness, they find shelter in a small town, but must soon fight for survival. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Karsh D (ru) wrote: Poor horror as a filmmaker sets out to prove there is no God or devil.
Masrial R (de) wrote: sort of 'come-out' movie...kinda boring but the message is clear!
Jackie P (us) wrote: A pretty good movie. It doesn't have the typical Hindi movie songs, most of them were religious or praise to the emperor. I think it's funny how filmmakers skew facts to make history more like today. Like making it seem as if she was his only wife.
Clarentia P (de) wrote: i just kept wishin' that duchovny would sing. haha!
Claire T (ca) wrote: it was ok, this version is a cartoon version it was ok, it was an good movie and Simon Callow did the voice of Ebenezer Scrooge and Kate Winslet also starred in the film, I would like it on DVD
Tom W (br) wrote: Perhaps the greatest and most honest documentary on wrestling ever made. Produced by Ron Howard and filmed /directed by Barry Blaustein one of Howards closests friends and shot during a brief hiatus between the pair,. This is one extraordinary documentary not only of professional wrestling but also sports in general - If you can find it watch .you will not be disappointed
Jake B (es) wrote: Hilarious, involving, brisk, and deeper than the surface indicates. A wonderful change of pace after the first installment of the trilogy. Exemplifies Kieslowski's stylistic dexterity as a filmmaker.
Wahida K (us) wrote: I watched this Movie because of Vinod Khanna, but for my surprise there was Madhuri Dixit in it too. The Movie itself is very bad. I have nothing against Nudity in the Movies but Feroz Khan use to cross the lines and ruin the Movie, no matter as a director or actor. His Brother was a better actor.
Catherine S (jp) wrote: For Keeps is a decent teen film that shows the life of a pregnant teen and while it's tolerable, it's nothing special that leaves the viewer unsatisfied. Our main character is Darcy, an "A" student who dreams of being a journalist, and her boyfriend Stan who is attending CalTech. During a "fling", Darcy becomes pregnant even though she had been taking the pill before hand. Instead of aborting the baby or putting it up for adoption, the two at the ever all seeing ages of 19 and 17 decide to keep the baby and even get married, even though the parents on both sides strongly disagree and kick the two out. The young couple try to keep everything together and for a while it works, until the birth of their daughter Theodocia. Things begin to fall apart as Darcy and Stan try to keep everything together. I understand that this film is an important one and that it talks about teen pregnancy and what your life could be like if you had a child at 17, but this film takes a lot of liberties. The treatment and lifestyle of the couple is softened to the point of laugh worthy. I've had friends who got pregnant at around the same age, and believe me, it was a lot harder than what was shown in the movie. The acting is very subpar and the humor that they tried to inject into the movie felt very forced and uncomfortable. The final nail in the coffin is just that it's incredibly boring to watch. While I can see this film being shown to kids in a health class (that's where I first watched this film), anyone outside of that group will not be interested. If this film was more realistic, then I'd probably excuse the issues I stated above. But the fact that it isn't realistic and makes teen pregnancy look easy just lowers the credibility. Overall, if you want a good teen pregnancy movie, just watch Juno. It's better acted, more realistic, and just is a better film. (Real rating:42%)
Justin V (gb) wrote: Well this is a good example why people either like Fassbinder or hate him. The music can be annoying at times, but with the low budget, which this film had, it is apt. Also this film is a great film-noir, detective story, classic.
Peter F (us) wrote: En Passion contains all the hallmarks of classic Bergman (beautiful cinematography, dense themes on isolation, film making that blurs the line between art and product), but those looking for a stirring plot might not find what they're looking for here.
Stuart K (kr) wrote: Directed by Jacques Tourneur (Cat People (1942) I Walked with a Zombie (1943) and Night of the Demon (1957)), this is a very silly comedy-horror written by Richard Matheson, which just seems like an excuse to get the cast of Tales of Terror (1962) and The Raven (1963) together again, just to ham it up. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't. Somewhere in New England, drunken and scheming undertaker Waldo Trumbull (Vincent Price) is looking to drum up a little business, as no-one seems to be dying lately, and when they do die, they dump the body and reuse the same coffin. His money-grabbing landlord Mr. Black (Basil Rathbone) is on the verge of evicting him, his loud wife Amaryllis (Joyce Jameson) and her father Amos Hinchley (Boris Karloff). But, Trumbull has an idea how to speed up business, he decides to bump Mr. Black off, so that he doesn't have to pay the rent. So Trumbull and his assistant Felix Gillie (Peter Lorre) go to Black's manor to do the deed, and they scare him off, but they find out Black has had bouts of bouts of death-like sleep, and he won't stay dead when Trumbull wants him to. It's a very silly comedy, not scary at all, but with Price hamming it up to high heaven. It has some good set pieces, and it's reminiscent of the Black Cat segment from Tales of Terror, only this is played for laughs with a ginger cat called Rhubarb that steals the show.
Andrs B (gb) wrote: Genial! La vi hoy en Cinepolis (En el cine, pantalla grande, excelente calidad de imagen y sonido) y verdaderamente constato que Chaplin es uno de los genios mas grandes de la cinematografia mundial!!