Muggs and Glimpy, two East Side Kids in the army, return to their neighborhood, supposedly on furlough; actually, Muggs has been honorably discharged with a physical defect, but he tells no one of this. Danny, another East Side kid, is in jail because a large amount of medical supplies have been stolen from the warehouse where he works. Muggs see Spider, a new member of the gang, flashing a large amount of money around, and Muggs shrewdly turns toughie, boasting that he has a dishonorable discharge because of thievery. This leads Spider to confide in Muggs that he is the one who has been aiding in the theft of supplies from the warehouse, and he gets paid for the loot by Larry, operator of a nightclub where Muggs' sister, Milly, is an entertainer. Fingers, a henchman for Larry, kills Spider when he learns that Muggs has been let in on the operation. The police then suspect Muggs of killing Spider.
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Dave L (de) wrote: typical Jean-Claude Van Damme movie really good story acting is sub par at best has an ending I did not see coming
bill s (gb) wrote: One maybe two laughs but otherwise worthless.
MEC r (de) wrote: An ok movie at the time...
Priyu K (us) wrote: sam fuller's masterpiece - a hard nosed brutally honest picture about racism and its relevance to the nature vs. nurture debate. a great movie for overly politically correct fucktards and social dreamers.
Steven H (mx) wrote: from the makers of the Godzilla movies, and starrin Bond girl Mie Hama (You only Live Twice), comes the only movie in the world where a giant gorilla swims and digs thru arctic snow. there's an odd mixture of genres. it borrows elements from the original King Kong, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, a James Bond film or two, and a godzilla film. I see simularities with this kong's behaviour to that of Peter Jackson's Kong. Though not in appearance. The Kong suit is sloppily made, but i've seen worse (KK vs. Godzilla), and the music is repeditive, but well composed. it was made by the Japanese company TOHO, in association with the makers of the U.S. cartoon series, so the cast is made up of both American and Japanes actors, and thus is only partially dubbed. some of the mattework in mixing the miniature with the live actors is impecable, while other effects scenes are inconvicing. at the same time, they did monster scenes that no other studio would dare do. the movie is just so different that you have to see it, even if only to mock it afterwords.
Miranda B (nl) wrote: Funny...I loved it esp. dean and frank
Tony Eddard S (gb) wrote: The first Hellraiser is one of my favorite films of all time. The only horror movie (I've seen a lot) that tops it is H.P. Lovecraft's Re-Animator. Luckily for me I read about this movie before I saw it. So I knew it wasn't the remake that many folk were talking about. I am thankful too. It was crappier than the last three sequels and marginally better than part 5.