Cowboy Dan Somers and oilman Jim "Hunk" Gardner compete for oil lease rights on Indian land in Oklahoma, as well as for the favors of schoolteacher Cathy Allen. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Daniel P (us) wrote: The production values of this low budget supernatural thriller are variable, with very impressive make-up and music one moment and then amateurish footage and disappointing effects the next, but the standard of the acting is strong and the overall atmosphere more than makes up for its limitations.
Brandon S (mx) wrote: Awesome SciFi movie!
WS W (au) wrote: There were always some stupid bitches popping up from nowhere keep screwing things up.
Kanwal S (mx) wrote: I think the split screen really worked, though a lot of times there was too much going on, on screen. Nevertheless, it was adorable!
Allen G (us) wrote: Quite possibly one of the most brutal motion pictures I've ever seen.It's so difficult and grotesque but it's commitment and obsession not to move on from this gives it a thunder which leaves the viewer fully engaged whether they are comfortable with it or not.Occasionally funny, always interesting, often disturbing and occasionally downright shocking. The final part of this film is exceptional body-horror that has a basis behind it- it doesn't even feel like it's trying to shock- it's already so trapped in itself that if the viewer has made it that far then they are ready for this. Striking film making and certainly a memorable piece of work.Imagine John Mayer's "Your body is a wonderland" but by a Hungarian Black Metal band who feature a self-evisceration scene in the video. Every line in that song will now freak the hell out of you if you associate it with this film- thank me later.Don't dwell on it though... wouldn't want you to lose your head. (or hump a pig or spout out fire from your penis or get eaten by cats.)
Franois C (ag) wrote: Bon Tsui Hark mme si parfois un peu confus scenaristiquement
Zack B (gb) wrote: ok kinda funny but you know whats gonna happen
Paul H (de) wrote: Watched 20years ago, really good film.
Fong K (kr) wrote: A very young Isabelle Adjani in her heart-rendering Oscar-nominated performance as the daughter of Victor Hugo whose unrequited love for a lieutenant propels her into desolating madness.
Real G (gb) wrote: The basic idea behind Jail Bait is pretty simple and that's sort of the problem with this film. You have a hardened criminal who murders the son of a cosmotologist who is covering for his son's murder. Yea I made it sound more complex than it really is. Anyway, so the crimial kills the son and goes to the cosmotologist to have his face changed because the cops are breathing down his neck. Now who do you think the cosmotologist is going to change the criminal's face into?? I won't tell you, you can probably figure it out for yourself if you think about it for a second. That and the dames in this film cannot act who a squat, it's like they're reading off cue cards or something. I got this film paired with The Great St. Louis Bank Robbery so I watched it for the hell of it. If you see it in a discount bin somewhere, leave it be and find another film.
Jordan L (nl) wrote: Lame movie. Charlize Threon is cool but this movie sucked.
Brian B (gb) wrote: I found Requiem For a Dream to be much more scarier than most modern horror movies nowadays. It is probably one of the most horrifying horror movies created.This movie details how 4 people have their lives ruined as a result of repeated drug use. The film shows how their actions affect their lives.This is a movie where you can't watch it a second time. It has nothing to do with its quality but the reason is because you don't know if you can put yourself through another viewing of it. What makes this film so horrifying is that the events that are detailed can actually happen and they have happened before. The first 2/3 of this are bearable but near the end, it gets highly frightening as it shows how their actions effected them.The acting is magnificent. All main characters give strong performances which allow us to get more immersed in certain parts of it. Ellyn Burnstyn and Jenniffer Connely did amazing performances and Marlon Waynes was a shocker in such a serious role. Sara (played by Ellyn Burnstyn) is the saddest character who we feel sorry for the most. She plays someone who gets addicted to diet pills her doctor prescribes. I felt sorry for the rest of the characters but I felt sorry for Sara much more.This film must be watched by everyone. Not just for its frightening imagery but for its educational value. In school, we've been told "don't do drugs" several times in but in order to know how truly frightening the consequences of drug use can be, you need to watch this film. It's hard to watch but it will stick with you long after viewing it. This is by far the most powerful anti-drug film ever made.
Ian C (au) wrote: An Arizona sheriff heads to New York to bring back a fugitive. Don Siegel and Clint Eastwood team up yet in again, in this predictable but enjoyable rural versus urban cop flick.