When a seemingly straight-forward drug deal goes awry, XXXX has to break his die-hard rules and turn up the heat, not only to outwit the old regime and come out on top, but to save his own skin...
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Jared H (fr) wrote: cute. good family movie.
Official C (es) wrote: Nope, just nope. There is absolutely no reason to watch this trash. Once again, we have crap effects, sound, directing, acting, dialogues... seriously.
David B (es) wrote: I was completely blown away by this movie. A great combination of directing, writing and acting. What, for me, made this movie amazing was how completely understated and unpretentious it was. I read a review on IMDb that commented on bad acting, but I really disagree. I watch a lot of low-budget films and a lot of mistakes they make is they rely on characters explaining their lives, their relationships to other characters, etc, to make the plot of the movie seem relevant to the viewer. This does the complete opposite. It drops you smack bang into the middle of these people's lives. It's subtle things like the actors' movements, topics of conversation and character interaction that really establish relationships and allow the audience to connect with what they're seeing on the screen. No-one likes to be spoon fed these things and this film has a natural progression that made it easy and fun to watch. If you look beyond the surface of this film, you are in for something truly remarkable.
PieterJan V (kr) wrote: I really enjoyed this film. It's similar to De Niro's 'What just Happened' but this one is better !
Graham J (nl) wrote: This film is very fun and creepy at times, but it has a lot of problems. The effects are god awful, it has a hard time mixing comedy and horror together, and despite being a fun character, a certain character is way overacted. Despite all of that though, it is a fun film and Micheal J.Fox is great. Check this one out when you have a chance.
Senor C (ru) wrote: A carploitation winner from Jack Hil! Brian Donlevy & Sid Haig drag the crazy 8 in a mayhem of speed & crushing metal. Isn't that why people watch auto racing anyways? For the crashes? Well w/ this insane style there is high octane impact galore. Hill gets the most out of the sport that it's a trill ride & w/ the combination of a great powerhouse cast (especially Haig that I always love) & a smoking soundtrax he may have created another cult movie in his catalogue that I've discovered. He damn well may be the king of the drive in feature. A little melodramatic in the end as he tries to drive tragedy home but it didn't leave that bad of a taste in my mouth. Even though you're a winner you can be a loser too
Brett B (kr) wrote: A goofy, swinging spy spoof that offers James Coburn in a very funny turn, Lee J. Cobb as his harried boss (another fun performance), and an endearingly silly premise that starts at "over the top" and takes off from there. In fact, even being a parody, the film does almost go a bit too far, threatening to get lost in its own cleverness, but it manages to stay mostly on track, and the final result is quite entertaining (if a little uneven).
Brad S (nl) wrote: This is a classic that had eluded me until now. Such a fantastic film, I watched it on blu-ray and it looked amazing. Peter Sellers gives a great performance that I really think should have netted him the Oscar that year. This film is worth seeking out if you haven't seen it.
Lee C (mx) wrote: Heart warming and pure, its a well acted movie that captivates from start to finish, even if you don't like the look of it, you will enjoy it :)
Charlotte R (kr) wrote: Rich and intricate, yet modest and dignified, like the lace Ireland has been so well noted for, this was (right down to the 'friendly pity' of the husband towards the wife not really his) a brilliant interpretation of Joyce's best short story (my favourite anyhow). Made by a dying man, the film shows no trace of desperation or self-indulgence in its theme. John Huston's condition at the time of making it seems to have done nothing but enrich the pathos of his touch. A soft, but strong, farewell.