The Double Deuce is the meanest, loudest and rowdiest bar south of the Mason-Dixon Line, and Dalton (Patrick Swayze) has been hired to clean it up. He might not look like much, but the Ph.D.-educated bouncer proves he's more than capable -- busting the heads of troublemakers and turning the roadhouse into a jumping hot-spot. But Dalton's romance with the gorgeous Dr. Clay (Kelly Lynch) puts him on the bad side of cutthroat local big shot Brad Wesley (Ben Gazzara).
When it becomes too violent at the Double Deuce road house, the club owner hires Dalton, a professional "cooler". Dalton's attempts to clean things up put him in conflict with Brad Wesley, the town bully and rich person. Things heat up. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(gb) wrote: Every bit as good as Band of Brothers, The Pacific is an HBO Series produced by Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg, that tells of the war in the Pacific during World War II. The show is based on real-life accounts from veterans of the war, and focuses on three soldiers: Robert Leckie, Eugene Sledge, and Medal of Honor winner: Tom Basilone. Through the 10 action-packed/drama-filled episodes, we see the horrors of war in the jungle against the Japanese. The show is gut-wrenching when the soldiers lose their friends and comrades, while trying to endure and live on, one day at a time, at an enemy that is every bit as determined to win as they are. The series is in the same vein as Saving Private Ryan; it doesn't glorify war as other Hollywood films - it shows war is brutal, unrelenting, and downright horrific! The Pacific is a must-see for every World War II affeciando, and one of the best TV series ever created! Hopefully, they make a World War I series!
(es) wrote: Noel Clarke wrote the original screenplay, produced and stars in this Brit sci-fi horror flick. I like him so I don't want to be too harsh. He's one of the best things about this movie. Otherwise, disappointing!
(mx) wrote: What a piece of work this movie would have been turned into, if loud Rani Mukerjee and various cheesy elements could have been omitted.
(de) wrote: After watching a man get castrated and several more die bloody and violent deaths, I made up my mind that this film was about how they can gross out the audience and not really give a story at all. I couldn't wait for the film to be over.
(es) wrote: Frankly, one of the most moving endings to a film you'll ever see!!! Awesome
(it) wrote: OMG this movie is so funni i was near wetting myself(jk) with laughter but snippy is so hilarious haha
(nl) wrote: The topic is interesting, but the story is developed in a simple way and seems completely predictable but not believable. It's clear from the beginning where the director wants to take the movie, but doesn't do anything to do it properly. In the end it's just something like: it had to go this way, so I made it go this way. Well...not a good starting point I think!
(de) wrote: love this... saw it on one hbo or something and a big woman making it..
(fr) wrote: Not bad but wasn't as impressed by Spall as others, didn't think he was convincing at all in the scene with his wife at the end. It was a great story though and well told.
(de) wrote: nu tre sa incepi sa fumezi iarba doar pt k mori
(nl) wrote: How I hate Jimmy Fallon right now.
(de) wrote: With this cast alone, the movie should have been a whole helluva lot better. Instead, it was obvious and plodding. Meh.
(br) wrote: Some critic used the word "pastiche" in his review of this movie.Buddy, if you use words like "pastiche" in your reviews, I don't think Demolition Man is the movie for you. I'll just tell you that right now.Demolition Man is the kind of action movie that doesn't get made anymore. By that I mean it's a movie with great action, dumb-as-hell one-liners, and standard action movie things like a pointlessly topless lady and an appearance by Jesse Ventura. And it's a dumb action movie that wasn't TRYING to be a dumb action movie.People will often tell me that I need to see shit like Machete. Guys, Machete sucks. That movie can't stop wanking itself long enough to make MACHETE DO SOME STUFF! All I wanted was for Machete to do some stuff, and all I got was weird plot and Lindsay Lohan's boob-stunt-double.If you're not sure whether you should see this movie, good news, I've put together a little quiz. Answer Yes or No.1. Do you like the idea that the main characters are named "John Spartan" and "Simon Phoenix"?2. Do you celebrate just a little inside when a movie has a ridiculous title and characters in the movie say that title aloud MORE THAN THREE TIMES?3. Are you a person able to relish lines like "You're gonna regret that for the rest of your life...both seconds of it"?If you answered Yes to those questions, then watch this movie. If you loved Tango & Cash, then watch this movie. If you didn't, then don't be surprised if you hate it. And go pastiche yourself.
(es) wrote: serious filmmaking from Stephen Gyllenhaal. Irons is very good in the lead role of a film that shifts nicely between a fairly pieceful place in England during the war and Pittsburgh in the seventies. Hawke, Heard and Headey all give good performances too and Robert Elswit's cinematography is as impressive as always.
(es) wrote: Not as funny as I thought it was going to be.
(kr) wrote: I didn't like this movie. Movie about a woman who is obsessed about sex and a man who couldn't say no to her. The only plus of this movie is its honesty in depicting emotions.
(us) wrote: Bergman is consistent with his ability to create rich characters and Saraband is no exception, but the tame cinematography, and awkward experimentation with the fourth wall make this film a better example of what great acting can do for a mediocre movie.
(fr) wrote: Orson Welles having fun with this fake documentary about fakes and fakers. A bit self-indulgent & too fast at times, but still an enjoyable experimental piece. CHECK IT OUT.