A police officer faces challenges from his family, gangsters and politicians and what happens in the end forms the crux of the story.
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Mary W (ru) wrote: Great documentary and history lesson. As a small business owner and a Gen Y member, I found this movie to hit right at the core of what small business owners are facing right now with the current state of government spending and pending tax increases. You cannot throw money at problems. The vast majority of Americans find great joy in working and do not want government handouts.
Preston B (au) wrote: It's not as bad as the cat in the hat or the grinch and the animation nice and colorfulBut it still sucks in capturing the spirit of the dr suese book Instead of being clever and imaginative it's dull and dated and it tries way to hard to Amuse stupid teenagers. don't believe me there five songs in the whole movie and only one of the tells us to give a flying turd about the trees and it's only played at the end and it's still an omage to frozens let it go
Kristen G (ag) wrote: Couldn't even finish it. It was THAT horrible.
Roger R (us) wrote: Strange shit happens in life. The world and the legal system choose to see it in simplistic terms. To tell the real but seemingly bizarre truth exposes the teller to jeopardy. The world chooses to accept its preconceived notions of how things transpire rather than to entertain the possibiity of the truth
Scott R (gb) wrote: a tense film with the right amount of humor.
Gavin M (us) wrote: Disturbing but essential viewing.
Maia T (ru) wrote: I wished they continued the story farther
Rob G (es) wrote: In one word, terrible. A part of me died when I watched this film.
Joe A (kr) wrote: Rewatched this and feel, I was a bit too harsh on this and have re-evaluated my thinking on it... Madison County's biggest fault as a horror film is not what it does but, what it doesn't do. And that is deviate at all from the backwoods horror sub-genre formula. The movie follows the clich (C)' blueprint of getting five attractive twenty-somethings to a secluded rural area where they can be placed in proximity with the trademarked deranged locals. In this case they are going to research a book about a serial killer who may, or may not exist in secluded rustic Madison County. Director/writer Eric England seems to have seen enough of these films to put one together competently on a technical level. There is some nice production value for a flick reportedly made for around $70,000. The visuals are fine and creepy and he does create some nice atmosphere and some tension. His cast of young attractive characters are likable enough and there is some blood once things get going. But, England follows the formula so closely that there aren't many surprises. You know the locals are suspicious and strange for a reason and that there really is no question as to whether the killer really exists. His leads while likable are not overly interesting. The locals are generic creepy hillbillies and the villains are never given enough screen time to build their characters and thus aren't that frightening. They never rise above the clich (C)' evil redneck stereotype and we just can't generate enough interest in them to care or be afraid. Even the pig masked killer, Damien Ewell, that is the main nut job, is very ho hum even when on the attack. It's as if England thought a pig mask was enough to create character and menace. And, as far as these films go, Madison County is bit too tame. In this case a little over the top would have been welcome as nothing grabs us, shocks us or horrifies us. There is blood but, it is basically some routine stabbings and ax wounds. And since we've waited till the last act to get to the good stuff, we feel a bit cheated by what little we get and how soon it's over. (With credits County is barely over 80 minutes.) If you are going to present a classic scenario like this, shake things up a bit (ex. Cabin In The Woods). Or at the very least, throw all the classic elements at us with a bit of good old fashioned ferocity. For a horror flick, Madison County is far too laid back. No, I don't think Eric England is a bad filmmaker, he can create tension and atmosphere and I've seen far worse then his Madison County but, he needs to learn that innovation is far more effective then imitation when it comes to the horror movies he obviously enjoys. And if you can't innovate, throw some blood and carnage in our faces to keep us awake. Madison County is still a mildly enjoyable horror but, I think England has the potential to deliver much more.
Ben T (kr) wrote: A hilarious comedy that has everything I love from the National Lampoon movies, including Chevy Chase's perfect performance and a great cast, a great script filled with laughter that last through the film, and the great spirit of the 80's that is so fun to watch in film. This is one of those comedies that is amazingly rewatchable and iconic enough to quote whenever you feel like it. This is one of the best comedies of the 80's and is must see for all fans of comedies and road trip movies.