Roots Time is the story of "Jah Bull" and "Baboo", two Rastafarians that sell LP records in an old colorful car field for the villages within Jamaica. By chance "Farmer Roots," his favorite radio host makes them finger in an emergency by carrying his sick girlfriend to a hospital. "Jah Bull" and "Baboo" by their Rastafarian principles, do not believe in traditional medicine and convince "Farmer Roots" to take his sick girlfriend to a known herbal doctor called Bongo Hu. Getting to the herbal doctor is much more difficult than they expected and all kinds of adventures happen along the way
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(ag) wrote: Great direction and script for this film. The sequences of how the dinner is brough forward is well put together and presented in interesting manners.
(gb) wrote: One of the best films I have seen Brendan Fraser in, and Ian McKellan is superb as always. Gods and Monsters may not delight the more passive viewers but it is certainly a fascinating film that will leave an active viewer with plenty to think about even after the credits are done.
(au) wrote: Some cool fight scenes but its a B-grade fight flick.
(ru) wrote: It's a better-than-average horror sequel with more style and dark humor than the first. However, the script's not as tight and suspenseful, and we're not really exploring new territory here. Terry O'Quinn's performance is again the highlight.
(es) wrote: John Cusack and Tim Robbins, presumably before they had a career in acting. Dire 80s comedy that never manages to have enough energy to get away with its Zucker-Abrahams-Zucker style jokes, nor enough coherence to get away with its story. A film that falls entirely flat and never delivers any laughs.
(es) wrote: One of the funniest films ever made.
(ag) wrote: Well filmmakers decided to reverse and go back down the valley after making headway with "Children of the Corn IV" deciding to go for a more dumbass approach with this fifth entry. I'm sorry but when you hire the guy who wrote and directed the notoriously bad sequel "House II: The Second Story" it doesn't bode well that your sequel is going to be any good.A group of horny young adults that we could care less about run into a colony of insanely religious children led by creepy David Carradine. One of our characters recognizes the "religion" as it was what her brother talked about before running away. Now she is hell bent on risking her friends lives to see her brother and convince him to leave... but his new family isn't too keen on the idea.Writer/director Ethan Wiley loads this film up with insanely dumb shit with plot holes big enough to drive a combine through. First off it doesn't reference any of the events of the previous films so it's safe to assume this is another completely new story into the franchise. The plot hole that gets me the most is our main character arrives in this town and is shocked to find out that her brother might be there. What? Unless the church that follows "He Who Walks Behind the Rows" has multi establishments throughout the midwest then that means she lived near this town hence her brother left to join the cult, yet she's never heard of it? Bullshit!Other dumb plot moments includes our group coming across their car being firebombed by the hellish kids in the corn so they walk to the nearest house for help. Hello! Chances are this is the place where the people that torched your car live! To top it off they fucking go Goldilocks on the place by drinking their beer, eating their food and even having sex in their beds. Fuck, they might as well wear shirts that say "Kill me, we are jackasses". The most unintentionally funny moment is after all this shit with the children goes down, our main character reveals to her friend that her boyfriend committed suicide but she hid the note in order to protect her. Talk about an inopportune moment to drop the bomb! Oh there is also some funny shit involving an internal flame that the children keep burning in a silo to make sacrifices to.Ethan Wiley doesn't seem to know what direction he wants to take the film in. He has some really silly moments and even casts cult actors Fred Williamson and David Carradine no doubt wanting to add to the fun. However he just makes the film unpleasant and completely wastes the talents of the cult cast he cultivated. Thanks for nothing Ethan!This may not be the worst entry in the serious but it still sucks. It doesn't know if it wants to be silly or serious and just comes out being unintentionally funny and unpleasant at the same time.... in sense it's just basically worthless. It was still a hit on video so more sequels were to come. Oh I forgot to mention this film also stars Alexis Arquette, yes the one that had a sex change operation no doubt to help people forget that he/she/it appeared in such drivel.
(mx) wrote: Ermmmm ....... WTF? I was expecting something a little more serious than this, but instead I've got some comical Leprechaun that terrorises some small town folk with the use of some extremely poor CGI. Set around the old Irish legend, this green monster will stop at nothing to reclaim his bag of gold at the end of the rainbow, and can only be destroyed using a four leaf clover. Even that part is debatable given I've just seen there are numerous sequels in this franchise so either he has a lot of long lost brothers, or the old clover legend doesn't have it's rumoured effect. Introducing Jennifer Anniston in her first film role, she provides the only household name, other than Warwick Davis, who is barely recognisable as the primary villain. Hardly a film for her to be remembered by, but saying that, who would have predicted Johnny Depp's rise to fame after featuring in A Nightmare on Elm Street? It's not scary, it's not gory or horror like at all really. There's a lot of red blood produced but it's not very believable and it soon loses credibility after the first few scenes. I think I was expecting an Irish version of Chucky which would make it more terrorising but sadly I was disappointed. Normally originals are the best in a series of films, which is quite worrying if that pattern continues here. Knowing me, I'd probably watch all the other films over time, but it's definitely got to be background viewing whilst enduring a load of ironing.