Ten years after he was pushed down a well, a young man kills off the neighborhood bullies who tormented him and leaves their body parts as presents for the one girl who was kind to him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ten years after he was pushed down a well, a young man kills off the neighborhood bullies who tormented him and leaves their body parts as presents for the one girl who was kind to him.
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Mirko V (de) wrote: The thing is simple: if you like rock, this movie has to be seen and there's no chance you won't enjoy it.
Garreth S (it) wrote: I went to Japan last month to visit my wife's family, and we rented this while I was there. It was excellent! I'm claustrophobic and this movie made it hard for me to breathe. The lead chick is hot and she can act, too. Great combo. I like the director's style, and after a little digging around - it looks as though this is going to be a trilogy of films. I definitely look forward to the sequel.
Dylan C (jp) wrote: After watching "Trailer Park of Terror", I felt as if I should make some clever introduction for it in my review. Perhaps a comment on how I shouldn't have expected a movie that's called "Trailer Park of Terror" to be any good. Or maybe some comment on the decline of horror films, as this seems to be pretty far down there. But in the end, why bother? This movie obviously felt no need to even make a attempt at cleverness, so why should I? Why should I spend my time reviewing a movie that doesn't even stoop to shallow jump-out-at-you surprises, but instead throws the idea of suspense out the window completely. Why should I spend my time on a movie that won't spend any of it's time providing an ounce of reason to it's story. Why should I spend any of my time on a movie that lacks any sense of scariness, campiness, or even enjoyment in a guilty pleasure sort of way. Why should I spend my time on a movie that ends on such a cop out, with no explanation to any of the questions it creates. Why should I? And for that matter, why should you? The plain and simple answer is that you shouldn't. I shouldn't have, but I did and if it's not too late for you, let me implore you to not watch this film. Please, please, please do not waste your time watching this movie.
Muffin M (it) wrote: A young female surfer's focus to win the prestigious Pipe Masters surfing competition is shaken when she falls in love with a quaterback and nearly throws away her best friends.stars Kate Bosworth, Michelle Rodriguez, Sanoe Lake, Matthew Davis, Mika Borem, Fazion Love, Layne Beachley, Chris Taloa and Kala Alexander.directed by John Stockwell.
Brad B (nl) wrote: I sort of liked it. Like watching a car wreck. It almost makes me want to grow one back out but it would look really bad. But I do have a new respect for the mullet-ers and their acheivement of identity.
Gabriel L (kr) wrote: come on man that movie was the shit back in the days its normal that you dont like it when you watch for the first time at 20+ years old... its like seeing 60 years old people watching teletubbies and saying its horrible if you didnt see when you were 10 years old then you got nothing to say
Jens T (gb) wrote: Before Russell Crowe made it in Hollywood, he was just another Aussie actor, with a music carrier on the side, Romper Stomper was his international and critical breakthrough. In this film Russell Crowe plays Hando, a neo-nazi, a skinhead who lives in the poor side of Melbourne, where in the same neighborhood as many Vietnamese immigrants whom Hando and his gang is occasionally harassment and beats them up. But one day, the immigrants decide to take down the skinheads once and for all, with hordes of baseball bats out numbered. And Hando and his gang is on the run.Romper Stomper is good little Aussie indie, with a good insight to the skinheads environment, and with characters with such depth even though they are neo-nazi, I could even swear there where some doubt. A terrific film about three fugitives on the an constant runaway. Thumbs up.
Scott C (us) wrote: I love Kim Basinger, but this just wasn't that great.
Brad W (au) wrote: Bizarre crime comedy with Jay Leno's big screen debut.
Yusuf S (us) wrote: One of Subhash Ghai best, a bit of a copy of romeo and juliet except the lovers don't die in the end and their families unite against the real villain.
Michael W (gb) wrote: Another entertaining account of WWII intrigue from the Italian film factory. Five Nazis engage on a secret mission to kill the Allied Big Three at a conference in Casablanca. Lenzi does help matters by portraying multi-dimensional characters and appropriate settings.
Jay B (br) wrote: Holds up remarkably well.
Aj V (us) wrote: Beautiful! That's how I'd describe this movie. Perkins and Hepburn are fantastic in this movie, and the rest of the cast is great too. The story has adventure and romance combined wonderfully. Some scenes in the beginning are a bit slow and slightly boring, but it doesn't matter in the end. The ending is perfect. I really enjoyed this movie, and I highly recommend this movie.
Tristan D (fr) wrote: The relationships with the G.I.'s are handled very well and despite moving at such a slow pace it never really gets dull. Loved Faith Domergue as the Cobra Woman. It would have been so much better if the reality of the transformations were left up to to the audience.
Chris M (us) wrote: Sadly so much talent wasted by a very bland script.
Jim T (kr) wrote: Ardman never fails and neither does this. Never has so much been said with so little words
Felipe F (fr) wrote: A powerful story that suffers from lack of a gripping direction but nonetheless rises on the strenght of its leading ladies - particularly a radiant Jessica Tandy whose performance is more than enough to keep the audience captived.