Death Race 2000
In a boorish future, the government sponsors a popular, but bloody, cross-country race in which points are scored by mowing down pedestrians. Five teams, each comprised of a male and female, compete using cars equipped with deadly weapons. Frankenstein, the mysterious returning champion, has become America's hero, but this time he has a passenger from the underground resistance.
- Category:Thriller, Sport, Action, Comedy, Sci-Fi
- Stars:Reed Howes, Ruth Dwyer, Henry A. Barrows, Billy Franey, J.P. McGowan, George B. French, Dot Farley, David Carradine, Simone Griffeth, Sylvester Stallone, Mary Woronov, Roberta Collins, Martin Kove, Louisa Moritz, Don Steele, Joyce Jameson, Carle Bensen, Sandy McCallum, Paul L. Ehrmann, Harriet Medin, Vince Trankina, Bill Morey,
- Director:Paul Bartel,
- Writer:Robert Thom (screenplay), Charles B. Griffith (screenplay), Ib Melchior (story The Racer)
In the not-so-distant future, the United States has become a totalitarian regime overseen by the charming but sinister Mr. President who for entertainment only, creates a cross country automobile race that requires contestants to run down innocent pedestrians to gain points that are tallied based on each kill's brutality. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Death Race 2000 torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Great performances from Hutton and Strathairn.
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(fr) wrote: Damn funny... and here is the point where I quote my favorite line. "Is it necessary for me to drink my own urine? NO! but its sterile and i like the taste."
(nl) wrote: Loved it as a kid haven't seen it since
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(fr) wrote: Slow paced and difficult to watch, but I've been told this movie is much better if you watch it a few times.
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(de) wrote: Begins somewhat deceptively as a sort of neorealist homage - obvious references to Bicycle Thieves - but soon enough descends into an exotic, psychedelic underworld of violence and perversion, beautiful and sad while never becoming sordid or indulgent.
(ru) wrote: One of parkers better if less known films.
(es) wrote: wow! this is great! you have to remind yourself this isn't a science fiction movie the whole time you watch it!
(us) wrote: Joel Grey's MC, the iconic centerpiece of "Cabaret," is a fool in the Shakespearean sense: his outrageous makeup and clownish demeanor give him license to speak the most embarassing truths and to broach the strictest taboos. We never see him out of his MC persona, but do see two layers to his performances. As the host of an interwar Berlin burlesque, he is on one level-and perhaps for him it is the only level-an entertainer for Nazi fat cats and wealthy Yanks and Brits on continental vacations. But art imitates life, and we can also see, perhaps all too plainly, how the songs that the MC presents are mirroring events in the world outside the club. The Nazi party's growing boldness is displayed through rapid cuts between mob violence in the streets and the MC's cartoonish goosestepping on stage. The unusual love triangle between Liza Minelli's hopeful actress and her British and German paramours has its telling parallel in the song "Two Girls." Most shockingly and ambiguously, the MC lampoons anti-Jewish miscegenation laws by romancing a person in a gorilla suit and asking why society should stand in the way of their love. Would the Nazi party view this routine as an endorsement of their policies, since the idea of a human and a gorilla in love is patently foolish, or would they understand that the fool MC's question had truly moved the audience in spite of the veneer of absurdist comedy? The music of "Cabaret" underlines the plot points in very bold strokes, but it works because everything is so unabashedly theatrical. Matching Joel Grey's achievement and far outshining a weak turn from Michael York, Liza Minnelli gives a great performance, particularly in the songs "Mein Herr" and the title tune.
(jp) wrote: A much funnier film than I remember it being. Class (about class).