Racing is in Alex Johnstone's (Mircea Monroe) blood. It was her father s life and it ultimately caused his death so her uncle Bill (Dwier Brown), who runs the local speedway, is determined not to lose his niece the way he lost his brother. But Alex is determined to prove to Bill, to the world, and especially to herself that she has what it takes to be the best in a traditionally male-dominated sport. And when she meets up with handsome professional racecar driver Darryl Sands (Justin Guarini), the emotional stakes are raised even higher. Will Alex crash and burn or can she carry on her dad s legacy and make her dreams come true?
Asa B (ca) wrote: I awarded one extra star simply because Xmas is approaching and it is the spirit of goodwill. I should add though, the kids do keep returning to this festive monstrosity so it must have something they like. What? I just can't tell.
Michael W (it) wrote: The veterans of the Vietnam war were very instrumental in forcing our government out of Vietnam. Where are the veterans of Iraq today? And why are they not doing the same regarding iraq?
Jim H (ru) wrote: While a refreshing idea, Daybreakers remains a pretty poor experience that doesn't stray enough from the B horror nonsense.
Nicole P (ag) wrote: THis was a georgeous coming of age movie about a girl growing up around much more cosmopolitan girls and realising who she is amongst it all. She deals with the cliquey rubbish that girls can dish out but finds herself through exploring it all.
Greg W (kr) wrote: good thriller/suspenser/murder mystery pic felt like TV though oh yeah it is.
Nathan C (jp) wrote: Worse Than I Thought It would even turn to be,This is one of the worst Will Smith films i have ever seen to lebrace my screen, I Just Love Making Words Up! And Now... The Climax of this film is not the best i ever saw and the acting was somehow good but their humour isn't funny, I feel very very bad for Will Smith, I just can't believe i saw a terrible film with one of my favourite actors, Fuck You Michael Bay!Score: 3/10
Orlok W (nl) wrote: This granny doesn't bake cookies, she'd rather bake you--Fun for horror fans!!
Joe C (de) wrote: Van damn in a rare bad guy role, the film isnt all that good even though some of the martial arts is impressive. Its not awful but you can probably search else where for a more entertaining fight fest.
Grant H (es) wrote: Pretty decent movie. Good action, bad plot, not very good performance from Stallone.
Mac D (mx) wrote: I'm a fan of Jamie Curtis so maybe.
Mohammed A (jp) wrote: Let's hop the original movie isn't bad as this one
Alberto B (nl) wrote: I fall in in love with Paz Vega... again!!!
Paul J (kr) wrote: The fact that this ridiculous horror movie is one of the original 39 banned nasties may surprise some viewers. Apart from some gruesome moments, it's pretty tame. (Perhaps the final clever image with the child and axe might have disturbed the censors.) As incredibly stupid as this film is, it's important to note that the filmmaker considered it a comedy. With that in mind, it's probably the funniest of the 39 nasties. (Hands down, the best character is the guy in the wheelchair.) This would be a classic midnight screening-type film. Complete with opportunities galore to holler comments at the hilarious characters on screen. It's also worth mentioning that the film was a huge hit because the shrewd Producer struck a deal with a theatre owner, thus double-billing it with E.T. Can you imagine?