As a repo chick, wealthy bad-girl Pixxi and her entourage get mixed up in a devious kidnapping plot that threatens to wipe out the city of Los Angeles. Sequel to Alex Cox's 1984 cult film 'Repo Man.'
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Alexander B (jp) wrote: Get's half a star because at least the freerunning part didn't fail; however the fights, acting, and camera work did.
Olga L (br) wrote: There is something beautiful about the idea that there might be a stranger out there trying to save us.
Cormac B (br) wrote: Easy to overlook the movie but not the performances of Norton,Wood, Morse and Caulkin. A tale of real life emotions and dysfunction.
Davin C (fr) wrote: This Christmas classic is criminally underrated, constantly being overshadowed by the Rankin & Bass Rudolph movie, which gets re-released every year in a new special edition, while this Christmas classic just rots away, becoming more and more obscure and unseen with every passing year. That is baffling to me seeing as this movie not only has a better plot than the Rankin & Bass movie, but better characters as well. As the LoS games did with spyro, this movie takes the otherwise flat character that was rudolph and gives him not only a proper back story but some personality as well, making him seem more real than the stop motion puppet of the Rankin & Bass movie. If that weren't enough, this movie has a much more believable relationship dynamic between Rudolph and his love interest, Zoey. Much more three dimensional than Clarice from the Rankin and bass movie. Speaking of Zoey, thats another great thing about this movies, it doesn't take it's side characters for granted the way the Rankin & Bass movie does. Rather than push other potentially interesting characters aside just to develop the main character, they take care to flesh out the side characters as well, even the tertiary characters, the elves, have some personality to them. Some may call the music corny, but believe me when in say they aren't, they have the same charm as the songs you'd hear in Disney films, and always fit the scenes and mood.Lastly, this version of the classic story has a proper villain and something that is actually threatening, that being the ice queen Stormella and her plans to bury the north pole with a storm.Now, i don't have anything against the Rankin & Bass Rudolph movie and i recognize it for the classic that it is, but i find it sad that it constantly gets glorified year after year while this beautiful hidden gem languishes in the shadows, slowing rotting away.I highly recommend this movie to anyone who likes the Rankin & Bass movie and to anyone who likes Rudolph in general.
Leandro G (kr) wrote: Best movie i've seen so far
Jason S (us) wrote: I dunno....I fell asleep.
Cesar J (au) wrote: This could be my personal favorite as I did find myself watching this film a lot as a kid! Maybe because it has a good blend of racing obstacles and villain schemes, as well as love stories between the human drivers and the cars. I just love it.
Matthew L (mx) wrote: This movie is kind of a mess. The Marlene Dietrich character is impossible to sympathize with. Not usually a dealbreaker, but it is when the movie's written and directed in a way that suggests we're supposed to be on her side. She seems miscast her, the delicate, German bombshell playing a tough, American kind of woman. Marlene Dietrich is a lot of things, but she's not a ball-buster.
Jonathan P (kr) wrote: I guess it might have been a fun drive in flick to take your girl too, but now it is just a typical shabby produced and boring movie.