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Jesse B (mx) wrote: A minor improvement / adjustment to the usual diarrhea they throw together.Just cuz you see Kimbo on the display front and center, dont think it stars him! He only has 2 scenes and the later is laughably stupid.Its still the same old smack ( an old favorite fighter is forced to step back into the cage and compete for what he loves ) but this time they got a new guy in the lead role. Hes a much better but still no where near a Mickie Rourke or Sly Stallone.Of corse they managed to include a heaping helping of overtly foul language and gratuitous sex scenes just for the hell of it. Again we have an actual fighter playing the main villian, well at least he used to be a fighter. talking about Heath Herring whose gone from the likeable tough guy from the first film, to the hateful beast of a man in ths role. Oh look they even managed to throw Frank Mir in their so he could get beat up for a few minuets on camera. Way to go Frank, man that was a horribly mediocre and random fight scene. Perfect for this film!The whole movie is overlayed in this heavy metal / rock music that gives it this trashy vibe and puts you in a dazed trance of scattered thoughts and emotions. Horrible. Even with the help of Dean Cain ( in a wheel chair no less ) the acting just fails over & over. Can hardly stand to watch and listen to all this hard headed, ego -centric, brawn before brains, im bigger and better than you crap.
Zoltan G (es) wrote: a big man japan utan hitoshi matsumoto iden is hozza a legbizarrabb filmet. zsenialis abszurd humorral ertelmezett "isteni szinjatek"
Gabriel C (nl) wrote: Grown Ups brings together a once in a lifetime cast, but doesn't give them much to do besides crack stale jokes and urinate in swimming pools.
Mats V (it) wrote: I have grown to not like Jarmusch as much as I did.
Fidel Antonio M (it) wrote: Best seen before watching The Dark Knight Rises.
Robert B (it) wrote: 2001 Maniacs (Tim Sullivan, 2005)2001 Maniacs, which despite is name pointing to it being a sequel is actually a remake of Herschell Gordon Lewis' microbudget 1964 gore-film classic Two Thousand Maniacs!, actually does have a few moments of genuine, albeit mean-spirited, comedy. In other words, I don't seem to hate it quite as much as most people who pour bile over it on the IMDB boards do. Which still doesn't make it timeless cinema, to be sure, but I don't think you will feel you've completely wasted the hour and a half (the way you would with something like Vile or Train, for example).Plot: after a useless (and you know it's useless) intro that seems to exist only to give Peter Stormare a cameo, a trio of dunderheaded college students head off for spring break-Anderson (Hellraiser: Revelations' Jay Gillespie), Cory (Old School's Matthew Carey), and Nelson (Raspberry and Lavender's Dylan Edrington). On the way down, they stop at an out-of-the-way gas station and bump into the impossibly beautiful Kat (Little Athens' Gina Marie Heekin) and Joey (The Watch's Marla Malcolm), heading the same way with Ricky (Sorority Boys' Brian Gross). Nelson and Joey make plans to get together in Daytona Beach, little knowing that neither car is going to make it there-they follow a detour and end up in the small Southern town of Pleasant Valley, run by genial Mayor Buckman (Robert Englund), who seems to take "the South's gonna rise again" just a little too seriously. Things get tense when another pair on a motorcycle follow the detour-Malcolm (Conspiracy Theory's Mushond Lee), an African-American, and his Chinese girlfriend Leah (Amazing Race contestant Bianca Smith). Mayor Buckman invites the motley crew to stick around for their annual jamboree, which culminates in a massive barbecue; while most of them are apprehensive, Anderson-the only one of the bunch born in the south (he is, he mentions to the mayor, South Carolina born and bred)-convinces the group that his upbringing in the Suthun niceties will get them all through and out the other side. It should not be a spoiler to say that this is not, in fact, the case.It's dumb, but come on, the original was dumb, too, so you can't really dock points for that. And like I said, the movie does have some moments of genuine comedy (the semi-running gag with the town minstrels [played by producer Scott Spiegel and actual rockabilly singer Johnny Legend] following Malcolm around and serenading him culminates with the movie's best punchline-a complete anachronism, but so's most of the second half of the soundtrack). On the other hand, well, the original was dumb, so why are you remaking it in the first place? It's stupid and predictable, but reasonably well-made, amps up the gore and T&A factors from the original (Lewis, of course, was pushing envelopes, while Sullivan is simply pandering to the crowd), and has reasonable performances from the principals especially Englund and female lead Lin Shaye (Insidious); if you have nothing better to do on a Saturday night, this isn't the worst thing you could dial up on Netflix. * 1/2
Russell H (ag) wrote: There are a lot of visual improvements. The story and character development are terrible. Halle Berry must have been hot around this time. She was almost as bad as Denise Richards. I enjoyed some of the scenes, particularly when Bond was fighting a dude while lasers were shooting around sporadically. Another OK bond movie.
Tristan P (br) wrote: This is really more like bad fanfiction and the Robby Benson's Drake lacks all the personality and charisma that Sean Connery's dragon had.
Private U (ca) wrote: The best low budget setting ever!
Knox M (nl) wrote: Even with Guy Hamilton in the director's chair and Peter Ustinov as Poirot, that doesn't stop EVIL UNDER THE SUN from being slightly dull. Nice ending, though.
Robert D (jp) wrote: A very best classical movie. No matter how many times I have seen it, It is always good.
Alexandra W (kr) wrote: One of the most boring fim noirs I've ever seen. Good performances but so slow, and it was revealed way too early that Claudette Colbert was being gaslit.
Jonathan B (ca) wrote: I had no idea about the riots that occurred in New York during the height of the American Civil War until I saw this violent and brilliant movie. A stellar cast headed by Daniel Day-Lewis and Leonardo DiCaprio show how violent gangs wielded power in a corrupt and effectively lawless period of the life of the growing city. The scale of the film is impressive with hugely complex, sprawling sets giving a real flavour to the early days of the Big Apple. Martin Scorsese certainly knows how to craft a blockbuster that is both visually impressive and well plotted. There are several twists in the plot that I just didn't see coming at all and despite being nearly 3 hours long, I was hooked from the start.
Heather N (ca) wrote: I'm not really sure about this one... I heard it was pretty funny, but I think it might have some sexual stuff that I don't want to waste my time over, so I might change my mind about this one....
Dustin D (mx) wrote: A mesmerizing film and probably the best telling of the gunfight at the OK Corral story.
Emily B (br) wrote: Michael Powell's first collaboration with Pressburger. Whilst clearly not as good as their later works, 'The Spy In Black' is still an entertaining War thriller with enough twists in the plot to keep you interested throughout.