Pinup Dolls on Ice
The Pinup Dolls are a hot retro act who put the tease back in striptease. But when an old friend (Suzi Lorraine) hires them to put on a show at a secluded campground, the girls find themselves being stalked by a homicidal maniac with a sick obsession with ice. As they're hunted one-by-one, they soon realize they'll have to rely on more than just their looks to survive this nightmare named Moe.
The Pinup Dolls are a hot retro act who put the tease back in striptease. But when an old friend hires them to put on a show at a secluded campground, the girls find themselves being stalked by a homicidal maniac with a sick obsession with ice. As they're hunted one-by-one, they soon realize they'll have to rely on more than just their looks to survive this nightmare named Moe. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(es) wrote: "Yoo-Hoo, Mrs, Goldberg" is a charming and informative documentary about Getrude Berg, nee Tilly Edelstein, who was not only the star of "The Goldbergs," an immensely popular sitcom that originated on the radio, but also wrote the scripts in the days before word processors and computers with bad handwriting that puts my atrocious handwriting to shame.(One interviewee refers to her as the Oprah of her time.) What's especially noteworthy about "The Goldbergs" is that it is the prototypical family sitcom, influencing many sitcoms in the years to come.(Norman Lear is on hand to testify to this.) Although, to be honest, any television series that lasts for any period of time will have rising stars passing through at some point. "The Goldbergs" not only has an important place in television history but also in the current events of the times by presenting a Jewish family in New York City without stereotypes in a time of growing anti-semitism in the 1930's. And the television program would be adversely affected by the Blacklist of the 1950's, despite its huge popularity. Sadly enough, "The Goldbergs" has faded somewhat from memory as it has not found a new audience with younger generations which hopefully this fine documentary helps to rectify.
(ca) wrote: Cheap crap. Not worth the time spent.
(it) wrote: I liked the concept, its just the story goes nowhere. Its like hearing alot about a video game, hearing its decent, then discovering it sucks.
(kr) wrote: "The word suicide isn't only made for dictionaries...it has to have a practical application." Therein lies the inherent moral dichotomy of suicide, the focus of this patiently engaging (if oddly a little emotionally flat) Kiarostami film. Love the way he plays with perspective through the camera, never afraid of putting space between us and the "action". A slow film, but not a dull one.
(de) wrote: Exciting at points and most of all, scary.
(ca) wrote: The solo directing debut of visual visionary and Monty Python member Terry Gilliam (who happens to be one of my favourite directors).To be honest, it's more a Monty Python than a Gilliam film. His visual style is only rarely apparent and the black humour is Pythonesque all through.The story is silly but funny enough to keep you amused and even has some really great moments but lacks the plot coherence and eye candy of Gilliam's later works.Not his best, nor his worst and neither a showcase of his visual excellence Jabberwocky is not really a must-see if you're not a die-hard Gilliam or Monty Python fan.
(jp) wrote: I love this movie! It's the quaintest and most jovial movie about school girls getting killed ever!
(fr) wrote: fresh, smart, sassy a great sequel
(br) wrote: A very decent Viking action movie with a relative simple plot, but a decent story and well acted.
(ag) wrote: (Sorry for my bad english) The reason I like this so much is because it still being powerful and interesting nowadays even if you are not an athlete. It is a superation story, where the strength and muscularity of the bodybuilders can be compared with their own attitude and constancy. Its not only a competition, its also a deeper struggle.
(fr) wrote: Longish but intense at moments. John Frankenheimer makes great action sequences.Decent casting but Toshiro Mifune is always a pleasure to watch.
(de) wrote: It's just a dumb doll-murderer movie that's not really scary and has terrible acting.
(es) wrote: "People come, people go. Nothing ever happens."