Roots of Evil
A serial killer is after hookers and strippers. A male detective and his female partner are assigned to stop him.
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F B (es) wrote: Rani can light up any movie with her smile, this one is no exception. Not the best vehicle, but a good entertainer filled with great characters with a weak second act that derails the fun.
James H (ca) wrote: Awful, with a convoluted story, very poorly produced, the acting isn't anything to brag about. Just another bad low budget horror thriller.
Philip O (us) wrote: another dancing movie.... woop de do
Phil D (ag) wrote: Very long winded crime thriller but morgan freeman gives a very good performace
corinne c (us) wrote: i like the game of the devil srk-
Vinceno L (de) wrote: Damn this was a bad movie. very airplanesque*. It has michael richards doing a very bad "black-face" which I'm surprised never came out during the whole racist thing. see it if you don't have to pay and want to see something really bad.*the word Airplanesque is copyright vincenzo L 2007
Beln A (mx) wrote: Interesting, I guess, not the kind of film you watch to have fun but rather one in which you end up admiring the way human interaction is depicted.
Brian D (de) wrote: PG 13 Eddie and the cruisers
Kevin G (ag) wrote: A great classic British war movie! They do not make them like this anymore.
John A (mx) wrote: A Strange Spoof & Tribute To Films Of The Silver Screen. Director Carl Reiner & Steve Martin Bring This Great Tribute/Spoof Noir In The Style Of The Cinema Classics.The Film Follows Your Typical 1940's Plot With All The Cliche's Intact. The Film Follows Gumshoe Rigby Reardon (Martin), Who Is Hired By Juliet Forrest (Rachel Ward), To Find Out Who Murdered Her Father. What Ensues Is The Usual Spoof Gags, As Well As Great Script Writing That Allows Seventeen Vintage Hollywood Films To Be Intercut Almost Seamlessly & Gives A Great Interaction Between Martin & The Hollywood Legends, Which Include, Humphrey Bogart, Kirk Douglas, Burt Lancaster, Ingrid Bergman, Bette Davis, Lana Turner, Joan Crawford, Cary Grant & Jimmy Cagney.
Sam M (it) wrote: I am actually quite ashamed to say that I laughed not only once - but on several occasions during this course of this movie.