Rusty Nail is back on the road again looking to punish injustice at every turn - and this time it's with a group of hotheaded street racers on their way to the Road Rally 1000. As they drive through a desolate shortcut on the way to the race, an encounter with Rusty turns sour and soon he is tracking, teasing and torturing them until the end of the road. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Jerome K (gb) wrote: I went to the Reeling Film Festival a few years ago and saw a couple movies. This was the first one I saw. (The Reeling Film Festival is an annual chicago gay and lesbian international film festival.) It's a good thing I saw this first because this was one depressing movie. This french film is about 2 gay lovers and their girl friend, and it is set in WWII Paris. As you can imagine, they have to hide their love (and it's also complicated by the girl being in love with one of the guys). However, the Nazis have taken control of France and things soon become a matter of life and death. There have been so many stories about the Jews during the Holocaust, but so very little about the other groups (such as homosexuals) that were targeted by the Nazis. This movie just made me really angry because it made me realize that while we have learned a lot from the Holocaust, we still have a long way to go before overcoming homophobia. The only part I didn't like was the ham-fisted ending where, in present time, the survivor visits the memorial for the victims. (I guess cliche would be the best word to use.) Otherwise, even though the plot was simple, it was very real and told a compelling story.
Pete S (nl) wrote: A simple story about waring nations and a Romeo and Juliet romance. There are complex turns that may be beyond the understanding of young children. The animation is top notch.
Heidi S (au) wrote: dumb and funny. i enjoyed it. :) make sure you watch the special features and see 2 of the dudes from The Turtles, in current time, and doing a flow chart of all the managers who screwed them over, on a dry-erase board. very funny!
William B (ru) wrote: The best part of this movie is the explanation that comes on before the movie starts (assuming you're watching it on DVD), where Asia Argento says, "I know you've heard a lot about this movie, but it's not true-- it's actually a pretty good movie" (that's a paraphrase). I think that's a brilliant strategy-- lower the audience's expectations before you even leave the gate.This movie is by no means terrible-- it's probably better than anything her father's made in a decade, anyway.
Brooke B (nl) wrote: Pretty funny! Great flick!!
Martin T (ca) wrote: A telephone technician schemes his way to the top of a bookie ring, but gets in over his head when he becomes involved with a national syndicate. By-the-numbers but enjoyable gangster noir, it gets the beats right and the tone right although it doesn't stand out much from the pack. I thought the particulars of the bookie business were rather confusing, but ultimately such details don't matter much. The highlight is the climax, a chase through the bowels of Boulder Dam reminiscent of the sewer chases in He Walked By Night and The Third Man. Like so many noirs, the worst of it is in the final moments, in this case a ridiculously preachy voice-over about the insidious evils of gambling.
Van R (us) wrote: John Wayne's production company Batjac bankrolled this war movie about the rise of the state of Israel in 1948 when everybody thought that the Arabs would devastate the Jews. "Houseboat" director Melville Shavelson stepped out of his usual comfort zone of directing comedies and musicals and it is apparent that he couldn't integrate the sprawling action scenes with the intimate moments. Shavelson penned the ambitious but muddled biography of World War II military hero Colonel David 'Mickey' Marcus (Kirk Douglas of "Spartacus") who graduated from West Point and served as an adviser to Franklin Roosevelt. Marcus behaves like an insubordinate S.O.B. when he ignores the orders of his superior officer and bails out over Normandy. He carries on a love & hate relationship with a two-star American general. After the war, Marcus trades in his uniform for a lawyer's Homburg and an attache casebut he is persuaded to act as an adviser to the fledging Israeli army. Yul Brynner, Frank Sinatra, Angie Dickinson, and John Wayne co-star in this sluggish war movie that has more soap opera than shooting. Mind you, it isinspirational stuff, especially when you consider the David versus Goliath predicament in which the Israelis found themselves. Shavelson's screenplay solidly establishes the character of our protagonist as a man who would rather fight than love. The battle scenes are rather tame, butthe explosions are well done. Angie Dickinson plays the wife of Colonel Marcus, while voluptuous Israeli freedom fighter Senta Berger cannot take her eyes off him after her own husband dies in the war. The prologue of the semi-fictionalized "Cast A Giant Shadow" struggles to reinforce the film's authenticity: "The major events in this film actually happened. Some of them are still happening. The major characters actually lived. Many of them are still living. Although it was not easy." Reportedly, Douglas feuded with Shavelson throughout the production. Neither Wayne's production company nor Douglas' Bryna Productions scrimped on production values. "Cast A Giant Shadow" looks well-produced with no end of extras trudging off to fight the war. Unfortunately, Shavelson doesn't conjure up much momentum. When he does get things moving, they inevitably bog down in long dialogue sessions. Nevertheless, the film presents a realistic enough view of the problems that confronted an army without any ranking officers, soldiers who didn't know how to switch off the safety switches on their weapons, and an army that spoke in many different languages. The language barrier would prove fatal in the long runh. Matters are not helped by a downbeat ending after the underdog Israelis construct a road out of solid stone to relieve the besieged town of Jersualem before the United Nations calls for a truce. The ending is a downer and "Cast A Giant Shadow" didn't cast a giant shadow at the box office. Composer Elmer Bernstein contributed one of his least memorable orchestral scores. Filmmaker Otto Preminger fared much better with his earlier epic"Exodus" that covered similar ground. The action was lensed on location in Israel and Rome. Douglas provides his customary bravado, but all he really does is stand around and give orders. Shavelson's direction isbarely competent and only one battle sequence when Sinatra flies over an Egyptian tank column tossing home-made bombs is memorable. Naturally, John Wayne is cast as 'General Mike Randolph,' but he appears to be a composite of General George Patton and other American generals. Future "Fiddler on the Roof" star Topol steals the show as an feisty Arab sheik.
Cle S (br) wrote: A nice, surprisingly violent action comedy. John Cusack starrs as an eloquent, zynical semi-hero who abandons his assassin career to come back to his childhood love. While some important questions surrounding his history are left open, the story is told with the right portion of satire. It's quite entertaining, though the ending seems to be very clichd.