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When Peter's wife, a famous writer, is murdered in a hotel where she spent the night with her lover, the police begin investigating. Peter and his wife didn't get on well and she was ...
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Lenny R (ag) wrote: OK ending to the series (providing they don't renege on the title a la Final Destination). I'd forgotten what happened in the last one, but it doesn't really matter that much - the story is pretty simple. I do, however, remember enough of the earlier films to be pretty sure this one completely contradicts the plot of Apocalypse, in which Alice has to save the young daughter of the scientist who developed the T-virus, on whom the Red Queen was based. But maybe I'm wrong. Regardless, I actually prefer this version. The 'trinity of bitches' line got a good laugh in the cinema where I saw it, and it's a cool idea.The whole thing's a bit dark and murky, making a lot of the action scenes hard enough to follow, and the ridiculously rapid editing makes them even worse. It's not all like this, but more than I'd have liked. Milla is right at home, of course, as is Larter, and Glen is suitably villainous. Rose isn't around enough for my liking, and her character's kind of stupidly conceived - her dad ran a chop shop, so she's good at building machines out of other machines. Her dad? Why couldn't SHE have run the chop shop? Or been a legit engineer or something? It's 2017, guys. The rest of the team are just redshirts (or rather brownshirts - they're all pretty grimy). The traitor twist kind of fizzles out. Also, I think a couple of opportunities for badass one-liners go begging - but that's just me, I suppose. I like that it brings Alice back 'home' to the Hive for the final showdown.
Daniel S (nl) wrote: I checked it out cuz its from the director of the blair witch project, and even though it's a return to the found footage format after lovely molly, its nowhere near the same quality of those 2, released the same time as the other bigfoot movie willow creek, which almost never showed the creature, this takes the opposite approach, showing him in full view several occasions, and while some of those scenes are admittedly intense, all the characters are either annoying or just not developed that you dont even care about them, and the final scene is pretty weak too, its also super short, lke 80 mins, could have maybe been better if developed more
Andy L (jp) wrote: 90 points, great movie with Daniel Wu + Louis Koo + Ching Wan Lau
David S (de) wrote: Fantastic, extremely emotional and really gets you thinking.
Maureen E (br) wrote: Magical, beautiful....at last, something I absolutely loved.
Rafael F (au) wrote: "Jason Statham, Jason Boune, Jason Argonauta"
Brenda M (us) wrote: Mr.Deeds! Adam Sandler so 5-Star!
Ryan C (br) wrote: A mediocre kids film about a young who is a billionaire and wants to experience what it is like to be a normal child.
Calum B (ag) wrote: This is a middle of the road but enjoyable action comedy. John Badham a veteran of the action genre handles proceedings with flair and paces the movie well. The film hardly lulls despite a someone choppy ending set in a zoo. The film is routine but gets by with the likable leads, Mel Gibson and Goldie Hawn. Gibson was making a name for himself as an action man by this time having already done 3 Mad Max films and 2 Lethal Weapon movies. Gibson's everyman likability and at the same time tough guy physique worked well in these movies, despite wasting his acting ability, with the exception of a great role in Lethal Weapon. At the same time as Gibson evading death by the pursuing dirty lawmen, David Carradine and Bill Duke, Goldie Hawn seems to be in her very own light-hearted Goldie movie about the posh bird who learns there is more to life than money and essentially she is still acting from her previous movie, Overboard. Despite this Hawn is likable and has good chemistry with Gibson. The trademark showing of her ass is once again here and Hawn parades her derrire in her movies even more than Jean-Claude Van Damme. The film also features the gorgeous and future queen of soft core, erotic, B-movies Joan Severance.The film has some good action scenes and plenty of on screen carnage and thanks to Badhams brisk direction it engages. The story maybe wafer thin but the film moves by so quickly it is difficult not to enjoy. The chemistry between the two leads more than make up for the clichd by the numbers performances of the bad guys Carradine and Duke. Carradine is so far from his great performance in Kill Bill 2 that you have to wonder why it takes so much inspiration to coax a performance from the man whose wooden demeanour has led to him being a B-movie staple for nearly 20 years.Overall this is enjoyable stuff and typical of the sort of harmless and moronic fun action movies of the 80's.
Dr F P (gb) wrote: Pee-Wee grows up. Well, not REALLY, but he does find out that he is in possession of a penis and a lot of hormones. This does lack a lot of the quirkiness and creativity that inhabited Big Adventure. It isn't ALL bad though. Danny Elfman's score is enjoyable and Paul Reubens can sing! (SONG - Girl on the flying trapeze). I guess the spirit of the Pee-Wee Herman we all love and know doesn't exist too much here, he's kind of an ass, but it is enjoyable if you don't give a crap.
Tony M (mx) wrote: Silly film that captures WWII small town Italy... 3/5
Ryan J (de) wrote: A young girl partakes in a game on the behest of a boy she has just met, she receives money for this but there are dark consequences. Leigh, a real estate agent, is trying to sell a house for a struggling family, she confronts a girl, believed to be the families runaway daughter, which leads to some dire consequences. Enter Leigh's artist sister into the fray and things start getting worse. This is a eerie little possession horror film that works, the script is a little ho hum but it makes up for it in atmosphere. Takes cues from some notable classic horror films so it's not original but I did enjoy it and it had a few good scares. Worth a viewing.
explodingboy1989 (ru) wrote: "It's okay- we don't work together anymore." "Do me a favor- call me Alex." "I'm a little insulted, sir... This is a funeral!" As far as REEAAALLLY bad DTV movies, this could be one of the crowing jewels of the artform- right up there with 'Future War,' 'Samurai Cop' and 'Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans.' In all seriousness, this could be the new 'Plan Nine from Outer Space.' Former WWE superstar (and current TNA headcase) Kurt Angle shines in one of the most hilarious roles as Brad Mayfield, a guy with a penchant for disguises who also likes to kill strippers while doing them doggystyle and asking them repeatedly: "you want me to make you cum? Huh?" Jenna Morasca (who was in TNA with Angle at the time) plays a stripper who doesn't strip, and a bunch of other borderline retards also rise to the occasion with acting and production values a little below that of higher budgeted porn. Kudos to Angle for not taking a typical tough guy wrestler-turned-actor role, but this is beyond his range. And that is a very good thing for all of us bad movie lovers. Viva Buffo the clown!
Julio S (ag) wrote: This one had great action...plot...and effects!!