Johnny Walker is a cowboy and a boxer. He is very shy and a bit of a fool. He is in love with Ruby, but he cannot tell her. He is also a bit old to keep on boxing, but its the only thing he... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Johnny Walker is a cowboy and a boxer. He is very shy and a bit of a fool. He is in love with Ruby, but he cannot tell her. He is also a bit old to keep on boxing, but its the only thing he does well.
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Christopher B (ca) wrote: Not funding this piece of garbage.
Ola G (mx) wrote: While traveling cross country, couple Betty (Laura Ramsey) and an unidentified man, referred to as "Driver," (Luke Evans) encounter a gang of robbers. The group, led by dedicated criminal Hoag (Lee Tergesen), his daughter Amber (Lindsey Shaw), girlfriend Tamara (America Olivo), Amber's boyfriend Denny (Beau Knapp), and the psychopathic Flynn (Derek Magyar). Suspecting the couple to be wealthy and wanting to redeem himself for a robbery he botched, Flynn has them kidnapped and interrogated about accessing their money by Ethan (Brodus Clay) in a gas station. However, Betty commits suicide by cutting her throat on a knife Ethan had against her neck, which leads to the Driver breaking out of his handcuffs and killing Ethan. Meanwhile, Flynn, having brought the Driver's car to the group's hideout, finds a girl in the trunk of the vehicle. Amber realizes the girl is Emma Ward (Adelaide Clemens), a wealthy heiress who disappeared after 14 of her friends were murdered at a party, and the kidnapped man is the one responsible for the massacre. Amber attempts to be kind toward Emma; however, Emma angrily spits in her face. Following Hoag's orders, Denny and Tamara head to the gas station to contact Ethan, only to find his and Betty's bodies and the Driver missing. They bring Ethan's corpse back to their hideout and inadvertently bring the Driver along with them, who had been hiding in Ethan's body. The Driver wont be stopped in his elimination of his attackers and recapture Emma..."No One Lives" is just a bloody, campy and violent slasher horror B-Movie that adds nothing new accept poor dialogue and poor acting to the list in the genre. Its a low-budget production with a true touch of amateurish handling. Maybe that was the goal, but that hardly entertained me at least. "No One Lives" is truly forgettable and I cant be bothered to write anything more about it.
Sausages M (au) wrote: Imagine if Heathers went academic had a bit of heart and was set in a university instead of a high school- that's kind of what "Damsels In Distress" is, but it's so much more than that. As in "Last Days of Disco", Whit Stillman gives us a talky, philosophical film about humanity with added satire and bags of humour transmitted through oodles of witty dialogue. Besides that, it has an absolutely undeniable charm and works thoroughly well. Greta Gerwig is the stand-out performance here. Her turn as a neurotic, arrogant, pseudo-intellectual is an absolutely spot-on satire of your typical overly-confident student type.Besides all this, it works as a great satire of the university (college, in the American terms this movie is set in) experience- the over-seriousness, the overly-analytical day-to-day existence of what is essentially a soap opera with learning attached. The real genius here though was the filtration through the classic old-Hollywood romantic stylisation. There are few films I've watched and had a smile on my face throughout, but this was one of them.
Robert C (de) wrote: this one is a hard hitting one with Batman and Superman covering for esch other shows how too different people can have such a good friend ship all about taking down the Evildoers. I like this one.
Rasheed T (au) wrote: Excellent performances from Forrest and Oprah! Everything else was slightly above average.
Isaiah J (ru) wrote: Halirious movie dispute it's terrible reviews
CJ T (ru) wrote: This was so good a french foreign drama that is very explicit. As with most foreign films this was unrated, and for good reason a very explicit film about two women who were fired from a strip club and choose to live together. They pledge to climb the corparate latter using sexuality. A very provactive drama that gives a very strong twist at the end. You will never look at your boss the same again after this one superb.
Dimetre A (ag) wrote: An absolutely gorgeous movie. Director Robert Lepage is an absolute genius. I think this is the greatest transfer of a stageplay to film I've ever seen. Tilda Swinton did a fantastic job.
Dave R (br) wrote: a cold war drama about western powers and the soviets racing to get to the north pole for some mysterious reason - one that isn't revealed to us until about 2 hours into the film...it's a long film. lots of details are shown about the operation of a submarine. it's not a film that would be made today. the performances are ok and there's good tension when they reach the north pole but it's not a "great" film.
Anthony V (nl) wrote: Great early musical. The "I Only Have Eyes For You" number is really something.
Robert I (es) wrote: I expected it to be terrible, but it wasn't. Score one for Pacino's career. However, I know way too many B list celebrities and based on the cast, I figured out who did it within 10 minutes.
Nick M (ru) wrote: God's Dead and Kevin Sorbo killed it!!!!
Paul S (gb) wrote: we give hollywood the finger...
bill s (de) wrote: Jim Carrey is hilarious and steals every scene.