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Byron B (de) wrote: thoroughly enjoyed this movie
Matt C (kr) wrote: This is a solid underdog boxing movie, basically a true story version of 'Rocky'. Crowe and Zellweger have a decent chemistry and although it's going for low hanging fruit with the lump in the throat moments it pretty much succeeds. Perfect for a long flight!
Atheer O (au) wrote: There is some funny moments here and there but as a whole it's just not worth your time.
Tit M (au) wrote: trop mal jouescenario ininteressantque fait anthony hopkins dans une merde pareille.
Deb K (us) wrote: Only made it about half way through this one. Was boring! Just couldn't get into it... And I like movies about technology and internet stuff, so that's saying something!!
May T (es) wrote: Married Women arround 30's will enjoy this movie. Its not just comedy or love story its all about Family.
Michelle O (ru) wrote: Awesome! Love John Candy!
Jacki Peyton (mx) wrote: Cried from beginning to end every time !!
Eric R (jp) wrote: I'm very forgiving towards ultra low budget drive-in type horror films of the 70s and 80s for the simple fact it was actually hard to make movies back in the day with limited funds and resources (unlike today where any talentless ass wipe can buy a cheap digital video camera, edit their own filth on their personal laptop and somehow convince Lionsgate to release it on DVD). However, even with a promising title like "Mardi Gras Massacre", this film comes off completely incompetent with no entrainment value what-so-ever, even on an unintentional level.The simple plot has an rich, high class asshole who goes around flashing cash and asking bartenders and pimps where he can find the most "evil" women. He then proceeds to take these hookers to his secrete chamber where he brutally sacrifices them to his Aztec God while wearing a gold mask. He disposes their bodies on railroad tracks (why I don't know as this seems like a terrible place to "hide" a body) and two bumbling cops somehow can't crack the case despite oodles of evidence pointing them in the right direction.Die-hard horror fanatics will notice the similarities between this and the plot to Herschell Gordon Lewis's splatter classic "Blood Feast" where a psychopath also sacrifices women to an ancient God. Unlike that film, "Mardi Gras Massacre" lacks any of the campy charm that made "Blood Feast" such a hoot.Lewis also knew he didn't have enough plot to pad it to a full hour and a half and made it last comfortable hour. Not director Jack Weis as he loads up "Mardi Gras Massacre" with so much filler that I nearly fell asleep on numerous occasions. Each killing is shown in its entirety and by the third time it grows very weary and boring. We also get plenty of filler with him stocking up on footage of disco dancing and cops beating the streets asking pedestrians questions. Mix all that with a low speed chase with a station wagon, shoddy editing, non-acting and boring point-and-shoot directing and your guaranteed a film to cure your insomnia.There's tons of female flesh present for people that judge a films quality on that aspect alone but "Mardi Gras Massacre" just a BAD movie, and NOT so BAD it's GOOD. There isn't one aspect of this film that I can recommend, it just plain and simple sucks. I knew I was in trouble when the title card on the film literally had the title painted on a piece of plastic held up in front of the camera complete with shadows of people moving behind it. A sure sign of quality!What kills me more is that Code Red DVD, one my favorite companies, put so much effort into releasing this hunk of crap. They did a tremendous job transferring the film from its last remaining 1" tape master source (all prints and negatives have been lost). Well I believe all films, including awful one's like "Mardi Gras Massacre", deserve to be preserved in the digital format even for historical context and for that I thank Code Red. I do appreciate them also including a beautiful horror host on eh DVD release that bookends the movie which eases the pain of the film experience.
Muhammed S (it) wrote: Not bad, but using the same old formula over and over wont get you anywhere, zombie comedy with bad acting. Watch with friends.
Kelly B (jp) wrote: This is a great feel good kinda movie. Toni is fantastic in it. "You're terrible Muriel!"
Adrian M (ca) wrote: Dumber than a sack of rocks. The way they're painting him as an unstoppable force is so over-the-top and cartoonish it's practically telling me I'm stupid to my face. I couldn't make it to the 30-minute mark before I had to stop the movie, I couldn't take the stupidity anymore. The dog was the best character in the half hour I did watch, so 1 point for that.