Night Wolf

Night Wolf

Sarah Tyler returns to her troubled family home in the isolated countryside, for a much put-off visit. As a storm rages outside, Sarah, her family and friends shore up for the night, cut ...

Sarah Tyler returns to her troubled family home in the isolated countryside, for a much put-off visit. As a storm rages outside, Sarah, her family and friends shore up for the night, cut ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Reina G (mx) wrote: My daughter loves the WINX CLUB!

obscene c (gb) wrote: Usually I don't like movies called "an off-beat comedy"...this one was no exception...

Stephen H (br) wrote: Fantastic. Just a wonderful work. Only one problem: it occasionally felt like Lang was over-acting, though that may have been me.

Caleb C (it) wrote: I remember enjoying this as a kid. Probably sucks though. ha

Philip L (nl) wrote: In his second feature Errol Morris introduces us to various eccentric locals from a backwoods town (from which the title takes it's name) in the Florida swamps. A man who explains the art of turkey hunting, a preacher who shares with us his idea on semantics, and an elderly man who catches and keeps a wide variety of wild critters are among the few oddballs we meet. But it's through the simple ramblings of these seemingly simple townsfolk that the film becomes quite complex and often hilarious. Beautifully done.

Collin T (it) wrote: Very very underrated film with top notch acting from the whole cast and I think a very intense thriller.

Jonathan B (fr) wrote: Of the three Ray Harryhausen Sinbad movies, this one is probably the best and certainly has the strongest overall casting. The story is essentially the same as both the 7th Voyage of Sinbad and Golden Voyage of Sinbad in that the Arabian sailor has to go on a perilous voyage to try to undo a wicked spell. Along the way he and his crew have to battle fantastic creatures and mythical dangers before completing the quest and going home for tea. Here, Sinbad is played by Patrick Wayne, who isn't the greatest of actors but is helped by clutch of strong performances from the likes of Jayne Seymour, Patrick Troughton, Margaret Whiting and Nadim Sawalha. There's also some terrific examples of the Harryhausen art of stop motion at its very best. There's a great sequence with a giant walrus and Kassim, a bewitched baboon is an impressive character. Best of all is the troglodyte who appears towards the end of the movie. This is a stunning creation and manages to portray a whole range of believable and realistic facial expressions. The movie is well directed by Sam Wanamaker and like all of the Harryhausen movies cracks along at a pace that will keep all the kids entertained.

Mike W (es) wrote: Stone Cold kicks butt in this movie.

Nolan M (mx) wrote: A good teen flick, but also a cliche-filled sports story.