When a serial killer goes after former convicted pedophiles, it is up to Police Commissioner Abbas and his Chief Celal to stop the killings.
- Stars:Winona Ryder, Barry Pepper, John Bourgeois, Rosemary Dunsmore, Paul Popowich, Adam Greydon Reid, Ellen Dubin, Sarah Manninen, Sarah Dodd, Lynne Griffin, Collette Micks, Kristi Angus, Frank Moore, Peter Windrem, Ugur Yücel, Kenan Imirzalioglu, Nejat Isler, Berrak Tüzünataç, Ceyda Düvenci, Gokhan Duran, Ilker Aksum, Hakan Boyav, Ozan Guven, Kadir Kandemir, Baris Kaçkar, Ezgi Mola, Ayse Nil Samlioglu, Ahmet Mümtaz Taylan, Sanem Öge,
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familiar s (es) wrote: Although the performances were fine, the story was too typical.
Singer P (mx) wrote: SPOILER ALERT! (sort of)The moral is great! Back stab your friends and endanger their lives before changing your mind.
Lindsay C (it) wrote: I had been wanting to see this movie ever since it came out on dvd. What was I thinking? There is NOTHING to like about these characters. and sadly, they are written to be liked. First of all, what normal teenage girl would fall for a guy like Albert Brooks at first sight? Do girls have the hots for men's clothing clerks or what? I think I missed that memo but yeah. and let's not start with the lame stereo types for LeeLee's "gothic" character. The only character/actor I liked was in it for about 5 minutes. The dialouge was pretty bad too. I didn't laugh once in the movie, I didn't cry, I didn't get excited. I don't even know why I wasted my time. Neither should you. Skip it.
Camille L (es) wrote: Tire d'une nouvelle de Kurt Vonnegut reputee inadaptable, eh bien BRUCE WILLIS et ALAN RUDOLPH auraient du s'arreter la. Parce que le film, bien qu'ampli de bonne volonte est nul. Les acteurs cabotins a en pleurer sont mauvais comme des cochons, la musique ultra-mauvaise et surtout le scenario est vain. Comme le film est long, on finit par decrocher.
Darren R (br) wrote: There aren't as many jokes as I would have expected from early Hanks or the ever-zany Dante. There's plenty of good stuff here, but overall the film is stretched too thin.
Dan H (es) wrote: Can you believe this was only Tim Burton's second theatrical film?! The vision of the Afterlife is an inspired, unique, fun one. Alec Baldwin and Geena Davis are great as The Maitlands, as is Winona Ryder as Lydia Deetz. That said, the shining star of the film is Michael Keaton as Beetlejuice. He is at his unhinged, ADHD, hilarious best and makes the character an instant, unforgettable icon of cinema. This is Keaton's best character. The film is not without its slow portions (mainly, it's first act), and the story is inspired but simple, but this film is still a classic and one of Burton's best (Quite possibly my favorite of his films).
Serge C (it) wrote: I think it was US who was most likely to launch a nuclear atack with the religious right in full power in 1983. Although I imagine Reagan wasn't quite as "close" to God as Bush was. Whereas Marxism, believes in historical determinism, it is materialistic in essence, so if all human life gets wiped out, there would be no chance for communism to develop. While Christian Right is metaphysical in nature. And, you know, "immortal soul" cannot be touched by radiation fallout. And even if every last human "leaves out this world", there is there a better world for believers. For that reason, there is a scene where the mother is angry with God. I believe she is angry with people who took the risks of destroying this world (in the hopes of eradicating the "evil empire"), knowing there is a better one out there. We are lucky that Gorbachev was such a pushover. Had it been somebody as cavalier in the power of USSR as Reagan was, we would totally see a nuclear cataclysm, with US striking first.
Tom j (gb) wrote: Loved the whole film especially the special edition when it has hayden at the end
Jamison R (us) wrote: super campy but with a full cast and goofy story. I'll take Full Moon High over Teen Wolf!