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Ioannis P (kr) wrote: The title is very clever!
Alex H (ru) wrote: Moderately entertaining on the grounds of being laughable. Punisher: War Zone bizarrely lifts elements from Tim Burton's Batman and thinks that they'll work in the context of a violent revenge movie. A baffling, terrible film.
Morten P (ru) wrote: Tom Sizemore at his best....
Calvin R (es) wrote: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is way more darker, clever, complex storytelling, great performance by all the cast yet again. This proves that the third film can surpass the first, and second film! Thanks to Alfonso Cuaron direction.
Chris A (au) wrote: Oh perfect!!!!!!!!!!!
Shane D (nl) wrote: A lot sappier than I remembered and it does stray into "lifetime movie" territory, but when its basic premise is firing - time travel, father & son solving an old string of homicides, etc - it's good stuff.
Jake H (gb) wrote: This is probably the greatest high school movie ever, unless you count Dazed and Confused.
Bloodmarsh K (ca) wrote: Dangerously good performance by Ron Eldard - a performance that could have hurt his career, if his career had ever taken off. Either way, 'Daddy Glen' steals most of the scenes.
Bruno C (de) wrote: Finney delivers a fine performance, watched it on the fine occasion of dia de los muertos....
Senor C (au) wrote: Nothing more really then a compilation of horror movies from Continental Video but Terror on Tape holds a soft spot for me. Back in high school & rented this along w/ the XXX erotic art film House of Dream. I was having a fair amount of people @ my house & when ever we were heavily under the influence we would watch these 2 tapes. I was enjoying them so much I kept them for a month. The video store I rented from wasn't impressed @ all & put me into collections for 30 days rental & sale of the tapes. It was something like $500. A friend of mine who used to work there said an alarm would go off when you put in my account stating don't rent to this person. They never did get their money & the entire franchise has gone bankrupt which is really too bad because @ one time it was a haven for VHS. Anyways enough about Jumbo Video..When I had originally seen Terror on Tape I had seen 1 movie on it (The Prey). Now Ive seen 8. This clips make these movies look a lot better then they actually are but I seriously think that I need to watch Nightmare in the Damaged Brain again. There's 20 gory schlocky movies featured (including Herschell Gordon Lewis's blood trilogy) where they are introduced in horror movie rental shop to the customers that come in by a weird store owner..or maybe he just works there. The customers rang from a geek who wants to be scared but not too much & these clips are too off the charts for him; a construction work who likes a good zombie movie & likes to see some boobie too; & a chic who want to be so scared she peaks. It has all the production value of community TV but if your going to have a promo for a bunch of cheap gore flix it suits it perfectly..besides it has high nostalgia value that I'll never be as fucked up as when I originally saw this on VHS tape
Richard S (mx) wrote: This is not my favorite Jane Fonda film.
Scott R (us) wrote: One of my favorites.
Randy R (gb) wrote: Not bad as a western movie back then. Its a classic.
Dennis G (de) wrote: Incredible movie on many levels: trash to high art. Influenced Fassbinder, Almodovar. And the good news is the color has been restored. Ebert said to understand it requires more sophistication than Ingmar Bergman.
Alan W (mx) wrote: This is a great movie
Ivy Y (ca) wrote: Loved the movie ! I can't wait to see part two!
Ondrej (br) wrote: Again directing and music take over. Ending makes all repetitions worth.