After the Allies liberate Naples in 1943, the life for the locals is not much easier, especially for women. Many sacrifice their dignity and morale to survive. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Naples, year 1943, in the middle of World War II. The city has just be liberated by American troops in an era in which nobody knows just when the war or where begins the peace; winners and losers face...
- Stars:Lau Lauritzen, Betty Söderberg, Victor Borge, Johannes Meyer, Victor Montell, Karen Jønsson, Hans Egede Budtz, Poul Reichhardt, Paul Rohde, Sigurd Langberg, Thorkil Lauritzen, Marcello Mastroianni, Ken Marshall, Alexandra King, Carlo Giuffrè, Yann Babilée, Jeanne Valérie, Liliana Tari, Peppe Barra, Cristina Donadio, Rosaria della Femmina, Jacques Sernas, Claudia Cardinale, Burt Lancaster, Gianni Abbate, Anna Maria Ackermann,
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Tyler W (fr) wrote: Homefront is an exciting flick with more to offer than the average popcorn-muncher. Gritty action, a unique setting and some solid performances help to make up for a script that probably needed another revision or two. The film opens with a night shot of busy New Orleans, but the real story takes place in backwoods Louisiana. Some great shots of the bayou alongside the dirty, nowhere town give Homefront a unique backdrop for a story that might go unnoticed in a New York or L.A. The social setting, too, provides its own twists and turns in a place where folks don't call 911. Statham is convincingly out of his element when he brings his young daughter to Rayeville to start over after a career in the DEA. It's not Statham, however, who steals the show in this movie. Come for him, stay for the rednecks. James Franco plays the fittingly named Gator Bodine, a small-time meth dealer with big plans and Kate Bosworth gives an excellent performance as his addicted sister. Both antagonists find themselves in over their heads when they try to make trouble, and their panicked reactions in those situations make the characters of Homefront human, not one-dimensional cannon fodder. However, the script feels like a second or third draft in some instances. A few subplots are begun and then abandoned, with no resolution. And while the scenes between Statham and his daughter are touching, they are a little syrupy for this kind of thing, and you begin to wonder if the tension surrounding the deceased mother is really necessary. Also, while the action is exciting and rewarding, it does seem a little too perfect at times. In a film set in the swamps of the South, it might have been exciting to see a little less polish on Statham's inevitable beatdowns. We never truly fear for his character once he starts punching or shooting. All in all, while Homefront is not perfect, it is certainly enjoyable. Very few action films take the time to build up to an action sequence anymore. It's the intimidation factor that makes this movie cool. With lots of good moments and one or two great ones, Homefront definitely deserves a passing grade.
Beast B (es) wrote: I am NEVER going to watch this
Jingbo W (jp) wrote: True story or not, unvividly underdramatized it is.
Morgan W (kr) wrote: not a bad film at all but lacks alot of things. to me it comes off as a little kids version of the movie nightbreed which is based off of the book cabal. i know that nightbreed came out a year after but the book cabal came out a year before little monsters.
Private U (au) wrote: surrealism with mysterious enchantment. umum not bad for me who is a bit sick of ordinary life
Paul C (kr) wrote: Goofy, fun (if somewhat inconsistent) 1981 spoof of the then-new teen slasher genre.
Aj V (fr) wrote: A very fun movie, glad I got to see this for Halloween this last year. Price plays a vampire and tells us four horror stories about monsters. Plus, there's some bands playing good music too. The stories are cool and scary. I really liked this movie, and I highly recommend it.
Paul B (kr) wrote: Ingrid Pitt is great in the lead role as Countess Elizabeth Bathory, a woman who realises by accident that the blood of young girls can restore her youth. Some nicely shot scenes, moments of gore & a great finale add up to another solid Hammer movie.
Jim T (ag) wrote: It's such a shame the VFX were so bad. This is a well acted, produced and paced movie. Just, those effects. Damn.
Lanky Man P (de) wrote: These two put together with a plot like this is just amazing!
Kevin R (nl) wrote: I lost my hammer. Use mine.Brandon gets some friends to reluctantly watch him do an Ouija board session with a consistent spirit he's in contact with, David. The attempt doesn't go well as they encounter a different spirit. A girl within the group, Linda Brewster, becomes infatuated by the spirit, takes the Ouija board, and stays in regular contact with David. Her life is quickly flipped upside down leading her friends to try and save her. The spirit will attack the friends wherever they are."I didn't know that you had more than one brain cell."Kevin Tenney, director of Night of the Demons, Pinocchio's Revenge, Witchboard 2, Arrival II, Peacemaker, Endangered Species, and Brain Dead, delivers Witchboard. The storyline for this picture was very clich, awkward, and clumsy. The acting was terrible and the horror elements were very inconsistent."I see danger ahead."I came across this on cable this past Halloween and decided to DVR it. This was very mediocre, clich, and not scary at all. This film has little going for it and doesn't add much to the genre. I recommend skipping this."David, is that you?"Grade: D