When Randy (Chris Carrara), is forced to stash his remote control toys in a model home, he stumbles across the hideout of three prison escapees. With the use of his remote control toys, Randy manages to apprehend the three fugitives.
- Stars:Chris Carrara, Jessica Bowman, John Diehl, Tony Longo, Stuart Fratkin, Derya Ruggles, Jordan Belfi, Kenneth A. Brown, Lorna Scott, Ann Randolph, Michael Keys Hall, Robin Westphal, Bobbie Chandler, Ronald F. Hoiseck, John Rubinow,
- Director:Ted Nicolaou,
- Writer:Tommy Sledge (screenplay)
Home Alone clone about a 13-year-old boy, obsessed with making remote controlled toys, decides to put them to use when he's trapped in a vacant model suburban house with three moronic ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(gb) wrote: Grade - B'Imperium' is a highly effective and aptly disturbing thriller with good direction and good performances. Whilst it doesn't do anything new as such, what it does do it does very well, and is worth seeing if you're a fan of this type of genre.
(de) wrote: this is a film for children so for critics to say bad about it is daft the only critics that can say anyting are peaple aged 10 and under anyone els is just a dumb ass
(fr) wrote: Love the Step Up serie an this one bringing lots of the old dancers together is amazing!!
(gb) wrote: This movie actually wasn't that bad. As far as these lower budget films go, this one was very good. It still has it's fair share of faults, but overall I think the good outweighs the bad. Pretty messed up, but in a somewhat entertaining way.
(ru) wrote: Grindhouse effort with terrible production values and even worse acting, which really lets down the film, although the story is fairly simplistic too.
(de) wrote: A very intense movie.
(de) wrote: Exceptional story! I hated that she had to go thru that when she was 8 years old. Now her mind is all messed up.
(au) wrote: Charming for a nice little Period Drama. All around though, average.
(ag) wrote: Part of my post-war German film course. This is a very good WW-II era film, which focuses on an event I wasn't aware of and I don't think has been covered before, so right out of the gate, the concept is at least totally unique. Its a very definably German film about the protest of German women whose Jewish husbands have been imprisoned around 1943 (I think this was the year, might have been '42). It has a decidedly feminist agenda, but I don't see how this can be avoided considering the nature of the story. In the end, its a pretty powerful, emotional tale that contains a great performance by Katja Riemann and the work of clearly talented director. It comes off as somewhat by the numbers, but I think it would be very, very hard not to like this film. It just has a universal resonance, and it is quite well done, and respectful to the subject matter.
(us) wrote: Tragic, beautiful, poignant, compelling. A well told story not easily forgotten. This was one of the most moving films I've seen in a long time. It's golden colors seem to breathe the very heat of the desert itself, and the cinematography is breathtaking. The actors do a brilliant job with their performances, a fine example of perfect casting . I don't see this is as a story about revenge, or even hatred, but more about one's willingness, or unwillingness, to blindly accept a ritual based on an idea which is not valid. Excellent film!
(au) wrote: Sweet and funny. The guy was a bit annoying, but I loved Milla Jovovich.
(ag) wrote: Robert Louis Stevenson's classic novel is translated into a modern tale - again. Initially, the movie has an interesting feel, and Dougray Scott is far from the worst I've seen in the lead role, but it soon falls into a slow, predictable trot. The final act of the film is an annoyingly cliched courtroom drama, which I believe was one of the worst story solutions imaginable. Could have been interesting, but turned out a forgettable experience.
(ca) wrote: On his way to a meeting with a publisher, aspiring novelist Sam Wexler (Josh Radnor) finds Rasheen, a young boy separated from his family on the subway. When the quiet Rasheen refuses to be left alone with social services, Sam learns the boy has already been placed in six previous foster homes and impulsively agrees to let the boy stay with him for a couple days. Dropped into Sam's chaotic, bachelor lifestyle, Rasheen is introduced to Sam's circle of friends; Annie (Malin Akerman) who has an unhealthy pattern of dating the wrong men, as well as an auto-immune disorder which has rendered her hairless, Mary-Catherine (Zoe Kazan) and Charlie (Pablo Schreiber) whose potential move to Los Angeles threatens their relationship, and Mississippi (Kate Mara), an aspiring singer/waitress who tests Sam's fear of commitment. When Sam's unexpected friendship with Rasheen develops, he realizes adulthood is not about waiting for the right answers to get the life you want, but simply stumbling ahead and figuring them out in the process...Josh Radnor (CBS' Emmy-nominated How I Met Your Mother) wrote, directed and stars in "happythankyoumoreplease", a movie that tries to capture young people on the cusp of truly growing up, tiring of their reflexive cynicism, each in their own ways struggling to connect and define what it means to love and be loved. "happythankyoumoreplease" premiered at the 26th Sundance Film Festival in 2010, where it won the 'Audience Award' and was further nominated for the 'Grand Jury Prize'."happythankyou moreplease" is about uncertainty and angst of what it is to be young, vulnerable, and desperate to find out who you are and who you want to be. I reckon nothing new under the movie moon, I kind of wonder how many coming of age movies the industry can push out. I think this is a blend and not really believable movie with a storyline that tries so hard to be "indie" but misses by miles. The characters and their actions feels "forced" at times, yet we get to see some ok acting. However, the biggest issue is that Radnor is stuck in his Ted Mosby character and most likely will forever be so. He plays kind of the same messy guy as in How I Met Your Mother and that is just not intriguing from any angles. And the idea of "kidnapping" a child on the subway is just not a good plot line in my book. Always a treat to see Kate Mara, but not her best role characterwise. Not sure how "happythankyoumoreplease" won the 'Audience Award' at the Sundance Film Festival to be honest.
(kr) wrote: The real talent is keeping your eyes open.