The story of a friendship between Victor, owner of a magazine, and Bruno, a car thief.
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Todd G (ru) wrote: Plots and reversals abound in this madcap romance. Cepeda plays the beautiful and vivacious lead, determined to do anything and use anyone in order to get back her ex-lover. A mix of Mama Mia and Midsummer's Night Dream, but entirely Spanish.
Don G (au) wrote: way to go Billy another great performance
Richard D (gb) wrote: The 3rd adaptation of Jack Finney's story "The Body Snatchers" is a strange, hybrid affair. Robert H. Solo, who produced the 1978 Philip Kaufman version of "Invasion of the Body Snatchers", started up the project in the late 80's with Larry Cohen attached. Cohen wrote a treatment that barely referenced Finney's story, but utilized a lot of elements from the 1956 and 1978 films. When he couldn't get the Cohen film financed, he tried again with Stuart Gordon, and Gordon and Dennis Paoli wrote a script. Finally, Abel Ferrara was brought on board to direct, and he had his writing partner Nicholas St. John rewrite the screenplay. The result is a film that feels very little like a Ferrara film, except perhaps in mood and tone and the extremeness of some of the imagery. At the time it was made, it was the least of the three films based on this story, but it's still a mighty entertaining early 90's horror/sci-fi outing. Meg Tilly is the standout here, and she gets an amazingly creepy monologue.
Corey P (gb) wrote: Philosophical, complex, plot-driven, great characters, fine writing, great acting, and brilliantly stylistic. However it doesn't realize its own potential, causing unnecessary short-comings with cliches and expected plot twists.
Jimmy M (jp) wrote: A powerful tale of the troubles that love must over come in order to survive.
Mickey M (us) wrote: A young outlaw (Robert Clarke) is accused of a murder he did not commit. Now, an express company detective (James Warren), who is sent to the area to solve a bank robbery, is determined to find out the truth as payback when the outlaw saves his life. Let me say right at the top that this movie is way too short. Lasting only 64 minutes, they had to rush the story. Due to the movie's length, there was no chance for the story to develop as it should have. There was also many problems with the plot and various subplots. The main plot does not show until the last part of the movie. We do see some development on the romantic level, as well as relationships between the main characters. There were some impressive performances in this film. Warren was fantastic in one of the main leads. I also enjoyed Nan Leslie in the leading actress role. As for the supporting cast, there were some good performances, and some bad. Only a small group of the supporting cast appeared to have just stood there as they said their lines, and were unbelievable. Character development is completely horrible in this movie. The characters' individual stories were completely rushed, and I found it confusing trying to remember who was who, and how they were related to each other. I was also not impressed with the soundtrack in this movie. You have two on-screen performances of a couple of short, boring songs. You also have some music during some horse chase scenes. Every piece of music is completely forgettable. In fact, even the two performances is as well. The songs which are performed on screen are slow, and the singer is completely boring. As for action, there is only one real good gun fight at the climax of the movie. It too felt rushed though. You get some other gun battles, but they are tame in comparison to the one near the end of the movie. The gun battles are not violent, due to the movie being produced in 1946. You don't get any blood at all to show gunshot wounds. All you get are the actors grabbing where they were hit after falling to the ground. In comparison to today's movies, the violence is extremely tame in this movie. If you like Westerns, or Zane Grey, who wrote the novel this movie is based on, then I suggest you check this out. However, thanks to the length of this film, it's not the best. For the rest of you, this one is one you can skip. I can only suggest this to the audience not into Westers only for the pretty strong performaces from the main cast.
Ryley R (es) wrote: It's hard to not admire the caliginous tone that's set up in this comic-book enmeshed world that seems to not rely on connecting to a bigger universe. Watchmen relies solely on a one-time-only experience, and Snyder gets the job done, and for the most part, he knocks it out of the park.