Point of Terror

Point of Terror

A nightclub singer has nightmares about being involved in adultery and murder, only to wake up and find that they may not be nightmares.

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Point of Terror torrent reviews

Trent R (ru) wrote: Great tour doc that does not ignore the multiple contexts involved, but is still fun.

Fran P (mx) wrote: It's not as stupid as "Napoleon Dynamite" but it's still pretty darn stupid. The funniest bits were presented in the trailers and those are typically the worst because they hype up the movie. I rarely laughed while watching this picture but, I must admit, I did chuckle here and there. Believe it or not, I did enjoy some of the wrestling matches even though they were really corny. Jack Black is a funny guy; it's just that the script is really unfunny. There were a lot of slapstick jokes and I'm not exactly the biggest fan of that comedy subgenre. Just when I thought the movie was going to get better, it did not. It's a good thing I saw this movie in a good mood or else I would have written a harsher review.

dylan s (fr) wrote: johnny knoxville just knocks this one out of the park he is just great in it and mike shannon bouces off him perfectly a great true story

Wayne L (us) wrote: Woody Allen's first musical comedy, like good piece of cake with icing. Delightful.

Melissa R (fr) wrote: Wow! I'm the only fan in the Alicja fan club. I watched this movie merely for Jack Wild because he's the best. Also, Tracy Hyde from Melody is in it and she's great as well. The movie is a bizarre musical based on Alice in Wonderland. I enjoyed it. It has some real catchy songs that I listen to on my Ipod.

Greg W (au) wrote: Reynolds plays a stuntman at the end of his career jan michael vincent plays his up and coming rival this film also reunites reynolds sally field & director hal needham from 'smokey & the bandit' & 'Smokey II"

Fran H (it) wrote: A great cast in a Mel Brooks movie. And Mel Brooks movies are, well, Mel Brooks movies. Either you like him or you don't. Personally, I'm not much of a fan of lowbrow stuff like this, with silly sight gags and insider humor. But this one is watchable and fun, mainly because of Gene Wilder and Madeline Kahn. For me there weren't any belly laughs, just some fun amusement.

Kory P (es) wrote: One of the most unrealistic and ridiculous movies I've ever seen. I'm ashamed of myself for having watched the entire movie.

Chris M (fr) wrote: Meh, I find this a lackluster. The animation isn't anything special and the live action scenes looked like they were filmed in the early 1930s if it was shot in color rather than the mid to late 1940s. Sure there are a couple of scenes where the animated character interact with the live action actors, but Roger Rabbit did it better in my opinion. The only thing worth remembering from this is the song "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah" and that's because this song is been heavily used in other Disney medium second to "When You Wish Upon A Star".

Jack C (it) wrote: A beautifully done adaptation of a whimsical children's book. A children's movie that touches on the tougher parts of childhood

Mike B (mx) wrote: Dirty and unpleasant film with a dismal storyline and bleak characters. Great if you want to see Ewan and Tilda naked.