Eight strangers find themselves waking up in a strange cube-shaped room with no recollection of how they came to be there. Soon discovering that they're in a strange fourth dimension where our laws of physics don't apply, they have to unravel the secrets of the "hypercube" in order to survive... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Derek H (ag) wrote: Other than Kingsley, the quality of acting is on par with a Junior High play. For a while I thought they were going for campy; but instead it was just really really bad acting. And the overall production wasn't any better. Even for a low-budget independent film, it was just horribly done. I'm befuddled how Ben Kingsley ended up in this movie.
Carl M (ca) wrote: Four friends are left stranded on the road to Vegas after their car breaks down, but luckily they find an abandoned house with a running automobile that they decide to use to get to safety. Unfortunately for them, they have just borrowed the car of a crazed killer that stalks them in his giant semi as they head back out onto the highway. It's another twisted game of cat-and-mouse in JOY RIDE 2, only this time, the stakes are stupider than ever! What a misleading title. Rusty Nail returns to torture a new batch of twenty-somethings using childish pranks to match the absurd plotting, but thankfully, there is enough bloodshed along the way to keep us mildly entertained. Watch in horror as one of the characters strips to her panties! Reel in terror as another of the guys has to dress like a prostitute at a local truck stop! Puke in madness at the tired Horror tropes and dated pop culture references! Between the irritating characters and their mindless chatter, it is often difficult to stay awake, but for the precious little nuggets of gore that occasionally make their way to the screen. JOY RIDE 2 should be one of your last stops on the highway of horror. -Carl ManesI Like Horror Movies
Sandy K (us) wrote: Set in German-occupied Holland near the end of WWII, a boy learns the painful complexities of loyalty and knowing how to do the "right" thing. It's a memorable coming-of-age tale.
David G (es) wrote: Although a bit dull at times, it has a very entertaining and eccentric style that gives it personality.
Ken S (ru) wrote: "Waterworld" is basically "Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome" mixed with a waterpark stunt show...and while the action things are goofy, big, bombastic and somewhat fun...they do not make up for the many long boring scenes in between of Kevin Costner telling people not to touch stuff on his boat. Movie failed to really capture me for the most part. A big expensive mess.
John S (us) wrote: Underrated masterpiece!
Panos L (mx) wrote: Raging bull is one of the best movies of all time. It beautifully directed by Martin Scorcese with great dialogue scenes and exciting fighting sequences. The use of black and white makes the film more dark and gritty, while also having some funny moments. The main cast does an exceptional job. De Niro becomes Jake LaMotta and Joe Pesci gives a phenomal performance as Joey. The only issues with the film are some problems with the pace. To sum up, raging bull is one of the best Scorcese movies with some issues.
Bass 9 (us) wrote: girls are interested in losing their virginity too. They even make bets about it.
Fabio D (jp) wrote: Cinema Sergio Leone ou Lina Wertmller.
Justin L (mx) wrote: An innocent Catholic schoolgirl named Candy (played by Susan Sennett of BIG BAD MAMA fame), daughter of a jewelry store manager, is kidnapped by a trio of small time criminals who plan on handing her back over to her family in exchange for diamonds from the father's store. In the meantime, poor Candy is tied up, gagged and even buried alive with only a pipe sticking out of the ground for breathing! If the criminals don't get what they want, they claim they'll kill her. Trouble is, Candy's father is actually a stepfather (not to mention an adulterous sociopath!) and he's happy she's been kidnapped because he wants her dead anyway so he can collect a multi-million dollar insurance policy! And that's not even half the story! THE CANDY SNATCHERS is a genuine sleeper that's well worth your time. It has what most other 70s exploitation movies lack; a well-written screenplay full of clever twists and turns. Just when you think you have an idea where the film is going, you're thrown for a loop. Also surprising is the overall quality of most of the acting. Playing the tough-as-nails female kidnapper, Tiffany Bolling (KINGDOM OF THE SPIDERS) is the only one of the main stars I recognize in the cast, and this is easily the best performance I've ever seen from her. The other lead actors are also very competent, especially Ben Piazza as the most remorseless, cold, greedy, evil and completely unsympathetic stepfather imaginable. There's a lot of brutality, two violent rapes, child abuse, some gore (a shotgun blast to the face, a stabbing, etc.), a little (autistic?) mute boy who knows what's going on but can't communicate it to anyone and a brief cameo by James Whitworth (THE HILLS HAVE EYES) getting beat over the head with a board. The ending is absolutely PRICELESS and effectively ties up all the loose ends. Definitely a keeper. Check it out!
Jacob S (kr) wrote: A fantastic flick filled with emotions and great performances. A description of this movies plot does it no justice.
Claire C (gb) wrote: This is a powerful film about a relationship between two men within the context of HIV/AIDS and homophobia. The film is funny, moving and completely engaging. This is probably one of the best Australian films made in years.
Al P (gb) wrote: U havent seen Another Stakeout?