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The makers of this parody of "Night of the Living Dead" took George Romero's classic and wiped the soundtrack clean, then redubbed it with comedic dialogue.
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Larry C (us) wrote: Very Clever writing by Zoe Kazan
Ricardo H (gb) wrote: SHORT DOCUMENTARY...is really what this movie managed to achieve by doing a quick tour of Egypt and the beauty of that country. Aside from that, the story had little to offer. Despite the good and understated performances of the two protagonists, the movie started nowhere and finished nowhere. At times, I thought it would slow to a stop.
Stefanos T (us) wrote: Cool gunfights is one thing, but the way you show it on the screen is another. The composition of the shots and the rhythmic montage of the gunfights really stand out above the rest of the film. The plot and the characters are banal and empty.
Brett B (br) wrote: It was nice watching this show after playing the game for awhile!
David M (gb) wrote: wanna see this again--it's been awhile
kim t (ru) wrote: Fuck big brothers, this is your tourettes viewing of choice. genuinely good and sad and moving and makes you wonder what the hell happened to the cast?
Stuart K (ru) wrote: Directed by Frank Oz, who by the early 1990's had moved away from the Muppets and had become a successful director in his own right. Having worked with Steve Martin on Little Shop of Horrors (1986) and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (1988), they were looking to work together again. They found it in a script by playwright Mark Stein. It's a very silly romantic comedy, but it has some fun along the way. Architect Newton Davis (Martin) built his dream house for him and longtime girlfriend Becky (Dana Delany), but when Becky refuses to marry Newton, he's heartbroken and goes back to work in Boston. One night, in a fit of despair, he has a one night stand with Gwen (Goldie Hawn), a waitress and con-woman who he met in a Hungarian restaurant. Gwen finds a drawing of the house Newton built, so she goes out to where the house is, and moves in. However, this is Newton's home town, and she lies that she and Newton married, which becomes complicated when she meets Newton's parents (Donald Moffat and Julie Harris), and then Newton arrives... It's a very silly film, but Martin and Hawn have very good screen chemistry which lasts throughout the film. It's a good old fashioned farce, that wouldn't have been out of place as an Ealing comedy, and there is a lot of lies and misunderstandings along the way. You don't get clever little comedies like this now.
Tio B (gb) wrote: Man takes recreational drugs, develops a turkey head, and starts killing people. This displeases God.
Bleak M (us) wrote: A product of its time, but not the snoozefest that "Easy Rider" was, nor does it apologize for counterculture excesses. Nice score by Pink Floyd, good nudity by the estimable Mimsy Farmer, lots of psychedelia, drugs, free love, and lost youth. Very entertaining if you lived through this time, although in many ways it's a creaker, and shows its age all too well.
Eric R (au) wrote: With the 1958 version of "Hercules" being a worldwide success, it didn't take long for filmmakers to return with a sequel as "Hercules Unchained" followed the next year with beefcake actor Steve Reeves returning to the role that made him famous.This sequel set up a formulaic plot that would be the model for many "Hercules" cash-ins to follow. What we got here is two women striving for the affection of our muscle bound hero. We get Hercules wife returning form the first film and an evil queen who has taken control of Hercules' home city of Thebes. When Hercules travels to Thebes to stop the evil taking over, he loses his memory due to a spell and an evil queen convinces him that he is her husband. Now it's up to Hercules' real blond bombshell of a wife and friends to bring back his memory and in turn taking the evil corruption of the city down.What helps this sequel is that most of the cast and crew from the original return (including future director extraordinaire Mario Bava as the director of photography). Because of this the film feels exactly like the first and only comes out being a hair worse, but not enough for me to knock down it down a star rating.The plot and acting is unintentionally laugh enduing (enough for Mystery Science Theater 3000 to take a stab at mocking it) but compared to all the other peplum films that infected drive-ins at the time this is far ahead of the pack and is definite one of the highlights of the genre. Trust me if you think this film is bad, pick up a value pack of peplum films and you will find that I'm right in thinking so.The highlight of the film for me was the climactic battle which was bigger in scale than anything featured in the first adventure. It's a large scale battle in which Hercules pulls down three towers. Definitely the highlight of the film.If you enjoyed the original then there is no reason you shouldn't enjoy this sequel which follows in the same mold. It's got the same messy plot flow, the same silly dialogue, the same beefcake hero, the same curvy heroine, and same cheese effects and the same wonderful photography of Mario Bava.Like its predecessor it was also a worldwide success and more official sequels were planned but actor Steve Reeves bowed out wanting to branch his horizons by taking on different roles... you know other muscle bound Greek mythology heroes. Way to branch out Reeves! Though no more official sequels were to follow a shit ton of unofficial ones did giving other body builders a chance to get their faces and pecks to appear on the big screen. Some consider the films "Hercules and the Captive Women" and "Hercules Against the Moon Men" to be "official" sequels but alas they are not and the quality of those cash-ins are an insult even to Steve Reeves two official B-fantasy epics.Note: Like the original this film is in the public domain and many varying quality DVDs are available. I own the film both in a Mill Creek multifilm pack entitled "Clash of the Olympians" and a double feature from VCI with the first "Hercules." Both are full screen but the Mill Creek version has the scope screwed up making all the characters look skinny and tall. The VCI version is superior because at least the full screen transfer is framed properly.
Alyan H (kr) wrote: A decent performance by Jude law! But the screenplay and story where not up to par
Statira P (kr) wrote: I love colin firth but this movie is a definite NO.
George I (es) wrote: A truly great, great bad movie! Martial arts vs. zombie ninja, monks, samurai and what have you. Sad looking strippers, cannibal monks, prop swords that bend, and character actors I know but can't name or place where I've seen them without IMDB. An interview with the director reveals that the sequel would've co-starred Johnathan Winters.
Logan M (ag) wrote: "Modern Times," Charlie Chaplin's relevant satire of the Depression era, is both funny and powerful.
Karsh D (us) wrote: Excellent drama about a young boy growing up in Eighties Britain and is drawn into a rascist skinhead gang.
Jos C (mx) wrote: Gran guion, con un inicio flojo pero un desarrollo y final muy bueno, ademas de ser educativa
Ricardo A (ru) wrote: If you think the premise is fun, you're gonna have a blast enjoying this over the top horror comedy, that is scary, funny and gross.