Cross Bearer

Cross Bearer

Heather is broke. She has a soul sucking job as a stripper. Her live-in girlfriend Victoria has a baby and a coke problem. Her boss Harry is an abusive maniac. Life cannot get much worse... or so she thought. Determined to get out of this living hell, Heather and her lover, Bunny, plan to rip off Harry, ditch Victoria, and leave town to live out their days on the Greek islands in peaceful bliss. One big score is all they need, and Harry gives them the opportunity when he asks them to take care of a drug deal with one of his clients at an old warehouse.

Cross Bearer is a fanatically religious man who always wants to murder any drug addict by his hammer. Heather work as a stripper. To get enough money for running away to Greece with her boyfriend, they agree to do a drug run for her boss. Unfortunately, they face Cross Bearer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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ken k (es) wrote: It has been a very long time since I have been really brought into and scared by a ghost story. This was one hell of a great movie. All the elements for greatness were here. Acting, script, direction and photography all superb, Some may call this slow but to me the pacing of this film was spot on. Suspense like this comes along very seldom. Psycho had it and so does The Innkeepers. Almost forgot, great score too. Do not miss this one. Set aside a night to cuddle up and be surrounded by strange noise in your house. This movie brings out the haunt in every home.

George D (kr) wrote: Who knew John Waters was partly responsible for tea-baggers (the sexual action, not the revived tax revolt movement)? Brought back fond memories of my late night torturing of drunk/high acquaintances with footage of real fecal consumption, winking anuses and scratch-n-sniff farts. Even though it is listed as a documentary, it is more of a stand up act. Fun stuff from a guy who surprisingly has limits to what he condones. I couldn't have picked a better movie to clean my greens to this afternoon.

Kong L (us) wrote: "DIABOLICAL | FAR-FETCHED | THRILLING" (80-out-of-100)

Mitchell M (jp) wrote: A heartfelt and enthralling biopic that respectfully honours its namesake while giving us two captivating performances in Joaquin Phoenix and Reese Witherspoon.

John B (kr) wrote: I can't get enough of Pascale Bussieres. It is such a shame that she is not more well known outside of Quebec. It is a strange series of events in Brian Mulroney's hometown. No the ex-PM didn't suck away the tides.

Sarah T (jp) wrote: This movie is almost perfect. Love it!

Linus K (it) wrote: Not exactly a convicing storyline with plenty of loopholes, nonetheless a good performance by John Travolta.

Tim S (gb) wrote: When it comes to animated films that many feel are unsuitable for children, several come to mind, but when you want to talk about something that's disturbing, scarring, or even soul-stirring, you can't get much closer than the 1978 animated version of Watership Down. Based upon the bestselling novel of the same name by Richard Adams, it's a film that, while successful in its native land of the U.K., left a generation of kids with some very vivid memories that informed their outlooks on life as adults. The lasting impact of Watership Down doesn't simply lie within its visuals or its characters, but also within the many themes and ideals that it brings to the surface. Among them are takes on religion, political subversion, dictatorship, and the human condition. All of these points of interest are woven into a simple storyline about a brace of rabbits who must leave their home in fear of a looming threat, brought on by feelings of dread and intuition. They travel far from their home, seeking out a new place to settle into, but along the way face many of life's cruel challenges. There's nothing that approaches fluffy or cuddly about this film other than the presence of anthropomorphic rabbits. The theatrical poster alone, which is an image of one of the rabbits caught in a snare trap, gives you information about the film's content, and to let you know that you're not going to be in for some wholesome family fun. It was a box office success in the U.K., but mostly came and went in the U.S. without much of an impact at the time. The story was later turned into a much softer and more audience-friendly TV series in the U.K., but other than the original novel, the truest version of the story is in its cinematic form. It's that rare kind of animated film that doesn't come along too often, affecting all ages of people who see it in an almost primordial way. As such, it's considered by many to be one of the finest pieces of animated storytelling ever committed to film.

Paul D (ru) wrote: Likeable musical apart from the fact Betty Hutton shouts her way through what is essentially a romance, so much so it can get a little overbearing after a while. It's not one for animal lovers too, they shoot birds out of the sky frequently and with much merriment.

Anders A (br) wrote: Maybe my favorite Hitchcock movie? Brilliant all the way, featuring James Stewart, with all his special charismatics. Great storybuilding, with the everlasting Hitchcockian ending.

Indira S (gb) wrote: wohoo this Austrian lady was really pretty, no wonder Tony Curtis fall for real for her