Alain Lefevre is a boxer paid by a Marseille mobster to take a dive. When he wins the fight he attempts to flee to America with the mobster's girlfriend Katrina. This plan fails and he seeks escape by joining the foreign legion. As part of the legion he tangles with abusive lieutenant Steinkampf and bonds with legionnaires Luther, Mackintosh and Rosetti.
- Stars:Jean-Claude Van Damme, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Steven Berkoff, Nicholas Farrell, Jim Carter, Ana Sofrenovic, Daniel Caltagirone, Joseph Long, Mario Kalli, Joe Montana, Kim Rømer, Anders Peter Bro, Paul Kynman, Vincent Pickering, Takis Triggelis,
- Director:Peter MacDonald,
- Writer:Sheldon Lettich (story), Jean-Claude Van Damme (story), Sheldon Lettich (screenplay), Rebecca Morrison (screenplay)
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(au) wrote: A classic film by the great Don Knotts. We used to watch this every Halloween after trick or treating with the family.
(mx) wrote: Thursday, February 13, 2014 (2013) Antisocial HORROR The very low budget equivalent of the "Night Of The Living Dead" and Kiyoshi Kurosawa's 2001 movie "Kairo" centering on five college students locking themselves into a home after hearing about a virus breakout. Michelle Mylett as Sam is the main star as viewers figured it out way before the characters do that the so-called virus was a result of the characters going on-line social media through a website called "Redroom" which is supposed to be another 'Facebook'. Bomb
(br) wrote: Terrible acting but descent gory effects.Good if you watch it high.
(br) wrote: God bless Christopher Plummer, what an inspiring performance.
(au) wrote: Superficialmente, HISTRIAS CRUZADAS at parece ser uma obra eficiente como ferramenta anti-preconceito. Aos crebros mais crticos, entretanto, o filme deve soar maniquesta e contraditrio, sendo parte do elenco e a direo de arte as suas nicas qualidades.
(es) wrote: aika outo, mut jotenkin tykksin tst kyl. awws ne hsuunnittelijat <3
(au) wrote: Sappy, corny, thin plot, predictable, boring, impossible, tired actors - but other than that, a great movie.
(mx) wrote: A hurried unfunny sequel.
(fr) wrote: I haven't seen this in a loong time but I remembered almost every scene, lol It's a badly acted, cheesy but fucking hilarious film with many memorable moments. This was one of my favourite comedy films when I was a kid and I was a big Damon Wayans fan since his 'In Living Color' days but it's too bad just about everything he's done since then has sucked.
(mx) wrote: To be perfectly honest I didn't watch much of this... I guess it was ok, not really scary but not really that interesting. To summarize I guess that you might like it, but for me it was a dissapointment...
(mx) wrote: One of my favorite childhood movies! It was great fun to watch!
(ag) wrote: J. Lee Thompson returns to direct. This final sequel was taken back to a G rating and the budget was actually increased slightly (by $100,000). John Huston makes a cameo as The Lawgiver ape sometime between the time of this movie and the 1968 original. A major theme of this series, as always, is whether enough has been done to affect the course of history toward more peaceful rather than destructive ends. The majority of the plot involves the apes who have followed Caesar since the previous movie. It is somewhat unclear as to how much time has past. Some sources say ten years, but it is not specified how long the war lasted that decimated so many human cities, or how long it took for the apes to establish their little village, then, of course, Caesar (Roddy McDowall again) and the chimp Lisa (Natalie Trundy again) have a son who is about ten. So, it seems probable that more than ten years would have past, but with new writers (husband and wife team John and Joyce Corrington) developing an initial story by Paul Dehn, the filmmakers were probably not concerned with these details. Without the genetic manipulation of the reboot, the apes somehow have learned to speak and some are learning to write in this short time. Claude Akins is impressive as the gorilla, General Aldo, who doesn't do well in school, craves power and weapons, and rebels against Caesar's leadership. Caesar has named his son Cornelius. Bobby Porter as Cornelius does some great stunts in some trees. Cornelius overhears Aldo's plans to seize power and ends up dying after a fall. It is a bit like an Ape Cain and Abel story. Veteran actor Lew Ayres is an orangutang who guards the ape armory. Pop music composer Paul Williams is another wise orangutang named Virgil. There are also a few humans that are living relatively peacefully with Caesar and his people. Austin Stoker, in his first movie role, was one of the humans. He is MacDonald, the brother of the character from the previous movie and, therefore, trusted by Caesar. Caesar takes MacDonald and Virgil with him to the archives of the forbidden city, despite the radiation poisoning, to see if film recordings of his parents survived. Cheaply, the filmmakers only show still frames with audio recordings, rather than film clips from Escape. Severn Darden plays the same character from the previous film. Somehow he has survived and is now the governor of the people in the bombed out city. Again, radiation poisoning makes humans incredibly campy. The adventure aspects, the ape/human war, the gun-play, and all the explosions become dull after awhile. The internal struggle between Aldo and Caesar is the most interesting part.
(ag) wrote: This time the creature is kidnapped from the lagoon , chained to the bottom of a tank & exploited @ sorta a Sea World. He escapes & seeks revenge against those who had done him wrong; especially the woman. Sorta dissolves into a repeat of the first flix only this time the creature design isn't as good & you can see air bubbles coming out of the top of his head
(es) wrote: "I always adore finding new places to wear diamonds!"Marilyn Monroe. What can I say? In her short lifetime, she was adored by her super attractive looks, dominated in her beautiful charms, and was also very, very, funny. In today's time, she's known for her funny comedic role as Sugar Kane in the mega-funny comedy Some Like it Hot. But her first huge mega-hit is the 1953 Technicolor musical Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, a sexy and hilarious musical comedy filled with wonderful Marilyn beauty.Gentlemen Prefer Blondes is about two attractive showgirls, the dumb blonde Lorelei Lee (Marilyn Monroe) with an obsession for diamonds, and the brunette Dorothy Shaw (Jane Russell), with an obsession for men. Lorelei is engaged to the rich Gus Esmond (Tommy Noonan), but his father refuses to let him marry a spoiled woman like Lorelei, but Esmond still wants to do it anyway. The two women go on a cruise ship to Paris, where Lorelei is obsessed with the elderly diamond merchant Beekman (Charles Coburn). Dorothy on the other hand, is smitten with an Olympics team, but soon falls for the suspicious Malone (Elliot Reid), who's actually a private detective sent by Esmond's father to ruin Lorelei's career with a phony scandal. Craziness ensues.The film also features George Winslow as the young millionaire Henry Spofford, who's literally a little kid falling for Monroe and Norma Varden plays Lady Beekham, the strict wife of the diamond merchant.Why is Gentlemen Prefer Blondes an excellent film? Well, it's got an excellent cast. It's got two attractive leading ladies (Monroe and Russell), filled with wonderful Technicolor cinematography that's still an impressive marvel after 60 years after release, loads of hilarious comedy, and delivers in outstanding musical numbers. Technicolor started as an expensive marvel, but audiences were wowed by it, especially in early Technicolor hits as The Adventures of Robin Hood, The Wizard of Oz, and Gone With the Wind. But due to the expensive costs, it was hard to make these kinds of films in the 40's, with the struggles of WWII. But by the 1950's, the costs of color were getting cheaper, and more color films were being made, especially in the musical genre, with 50's musicals as An American in Paris, The Band Wagon, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, and Singin' in the Rain. In Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, the Technicolor is just stunning. Positively stunning. Marilyn's beauty, Russell's beauty, and the background sets of the cruise ship stand out more than ever, thanks to the new restoring technologies, and even in the future, the old Technicolor classics will always stand out in its excellent color techniques.I was impressed by the wonderful cast in this. Besides Monroe and Russell, there's Charles Coburn as the diamond merchant who falls for Monroe's charm, who was very funny, Elliot Reid as the private detective who intends to make a celebrity scandal, and George Winslow as the child millionaire. For a kid actor, he was not annoying and was very funny. There's also loads of comedy in this, and I laughed so hard I nearly peed my pants. Monroe and Russell's seduction scene to Reid by gassing him is a hoot, Monroe getting stuck by climbing out a round window is a riot, but the funniest scene of all? Russell disguising as Monroe in the funniest courtroom sequence ever put on film. No spoilers, but it's a riot.But it's the unforgettable musical numbers that makes Gentlemen Prefer Blondes an excellent film, well, for me at least. Monroe and Russell open the film with "Two Little Girls From Little Rock", which opens the film brilliantly, introducing the main characters and delivering in their charms. The two leading ladies then perform "Bye Bye Baby", which is very catchy and very fun. Russell then performs the memorable "Anyone Here For Love", featuring some playful lyrics and an Olympics team wearing nothing but swimming trunks. (a little something for the ladies to enjoy, while the men fall for Monroe or Russell). Monroe and Russell then perform the ballad "When Love Goes Wrong", which delivers in the vocals and the charm, especially Monroe's dancing. But the best song of all in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes is the unforgettable "Diamonds are a Girls Best Friend", sung by Monroe (with a little dubbing assistance in the high notes) in a snazzy pink dress in probably the ultimate Marilyn experience ever put on film. I was wowed.Some say Some Like it Hot is the ultimate film featuring the great Marilyn Monroe. For me, Some Like it Hot is a very funny film, but Jack Lemmon stole the show there. Here, it's Marilyn's show, and Gentlemen Prefer Blondes is an excellent film, filled with crazy humor, brilliant musical numbers, and performances from Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell that's an unforgettable musical experience. And this came from the same director who made Bringing Up Baby.