Falsely accused by the corrupt Governor Elden of Charleston of fencing stolen pirate booty, young Davey Crandall and friend Tom Botts buy passage on the ship of local buccaneer Bloodthirsty Ben. They avoid being killed by faking a case of the pox, which causes the panicked captain and crew to desert the ship. The two find themselves alone, and when a lucky cannon shot hits a mast on a British ship, they find themselves mistaken for pirates. They sail to Tortuga, where they recruit such notorious corsairs as Henry Morgan, Captain Kidd, Anne Bonney, and Blackbeard to lay siege to Chaleston and expose the villain Elden.
Ryan C (ca) wrote: "Zombeavers" relies on its tongue-and-cheek humor to distract viewers from it's horrible effects and terrible story line, but watching three girls and their asshole boyfriends be terrorized by zombeavers is actually more enjoyable than it should be. It's a gory satire horror film that fully embraces how ridiculous this is.
Chris B (es) wrote: Harmless enough film but where this film fails in a massive way compared with Mamma Mia is the songs feel forced and like the writers went we have a song about America how can we fit this in. The performances are ok but I finished not really understanding some of the character choices and again it felt lead by the music rather than a compelling story to underpin it.
Ino M (jp) wrote: Once again, the best martial arts movie I have ever seen. True martial arts, realistic historical context and thoughtful message for all students of Budo. I saw this movie almost by accident and was pleasantly surprised that it contained a deeper message.
Samuel M (au) wrote: Quizs el punto ms bajo dentro de la fantstica filmografa de James Wan. Dead Silence es una pelcula que baraja tantas ideas tan distintas que su trama es catica y sin sentido en gran parte del metraje. Por no decir que las actuaciones no son nada del otro mundo, y esto hace que el giro final de la historia sea un poco...flojo, a pesar querer intentar partirte el cuello.Hay que reconocerle sin embargo que tiene un gran trabajo a nivel visual, una fotografa que va a juego con lo que se nos quiere contar y un diseo de produccin interesante (ese teatro sobre un lago, bravo).Una pelcula que fue olvidada tan pronto llego a las salas.
Matthew T (nl) wrote: Surprisingly, this movie has received very little (if any) attention since it was released last year. I guess the only explanation is that "Sinners & Saints" was buried by all the other junk coming out of Hollyweird lately. Overall I thought this was a great movie. Sure, there were a few little bits in the plot that I could have nit-picked over BUT the quality of the cast and the obvious dedication they put into training for their scenes more than makes up for that. The main actor, Johnny Strong, obviously received a LOT of quality firearms training as did the rest of the supporting cast. There's one thing you won't find in this movie: the typical idiotic slide racking sound that H'weird inserts in all their films when a character so much as touches a firearm. The big thing I noticed in S&S was that you never hear that sound unless you see someone actually chambering a round. For the shooters out there, you're going to really appreciate the weapons handling: no-shit reloads (no limitless "Hollyweird magazines" here folks), weapons transitions, non-standard firing positions and someone actually transitioning from pistol to a long gun taken off a dead guy. Most of us have heard Clint Smith's quote "The only purpose for a pistol is to fight your way back to the rifle you should have never laid down" and this is probably one of the few times I've ever seen it seriously done in a movie.So here's the quick wrap-up. Pretty good storyline, excellent cast, great gunfights and if you didn't notice it, a pretty bitchin' soundtrack in the background.If "Sinners & Saints" ever comes out on DVD/Blu-Ray (there's no release date that I know of yet) it's definitely getting added to the collection, probably right next to "Heat" and "Thief". For now I'll settle for the downloaded copy on the laptop, but this is one that deserves to be watched on the big-screen TV.
Ty M (es) wrote: The plot makes no sense, but the movie is incredibly funny and Will Ferrel's cameo's the best.
Ciara L (au) wrote: I love true stories and this was no exception, however the only downside is that I found it really sad and don't think I could bring myself to watch it again...
Barney o (ca) wrote: WHAT I LIKED: Tomorrow Never Dies has all the great elements of it's predecessor, but it's a big step up because we actually get to see this version of Bond properly developed, to the extent where he feels like a real human as opposed to a meaningless action hero. Because of this, it's easier to take the crazy action with a bit less lateral certainty, and it instead becomes a harmless and engaging bit of fun. That action is great too, and it's helped immensely by the incredible score...WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: Look beyond that spectacle and it has to be said that the plot is fairly poor and the structure is pretty thinly laid out; particularly in the moment-to-moment build-up.VERDICT: Sit back and enjoy the action - it's a return to fun from Bond with some really great moments. Shame it's just a little too formulaic.
Stuart P (gb) wrote: A deep and interesting film, anchored by brilliant performances from Coburn and Nolte.
Vinnie F (ag) wrote: The recobbled cut is better. This is crap
Brendan N (us) wrote: Too fake at times and very long, I saw this on the big screen but it has no impact at home. The film is way too long and no where near the spectacle of the original.
Private U (us) wrote: I have to admit I was slightly confused at the film. Was the man who died, a national hero, actually a secret fascist? His death was plotted so the world could be saved, but the lie to the world that he was a hero is propagated? Regardless, Spencer Tracy and Katherine Hepburn were great.
Chelsey K (de) wrote: Oh I really liked it! A horse movie made by people who actually know something about horses, it's refreshing.