The stooges don't know it, but they are all engaged to the same girl, a gold-digger who plans to get an engagement ring from each of them and then abandon them. When all three show up at her house at the same time, a wild fight ensues, as each stooge accuses the others of making time with "his" girl. The gold-digger gets it in the end (literally) with tacks shot from a repeating rifle.
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(jp) wrote: 'Inspired' by the real story of one of the past presidents of South Korea, this is a very well-executed film of a likeable tax attorney who takes on a human rights case involving students detained and tortured for reading books sympathising with North Korea. In the first third of the film the tone is lighter with the self-trained lawyer making a name for himself through hard work (and specialising in real estate and tax) in Busan. Then there is a much darker tone when the son of the attorney's local restauranteur goes missing until the police finally reveal he is under arrest. The court case itself is not as gripping as it could have been in terms of rhetoric or incidents, but it is nevertheless an inspiring film.
(kr) wrote: A profoundly disturbing, gruesome psychological head-trip.
(au) wrote: Fantastic story about a man seeking revenge against those that killed his brother. Piggy is tense, and wonderful. The characters are amazing, and tragic. The relationships are deep and three dimensional, and very real.
(de) wrote: Offers so much more than a typical 'band' documentary in terms of insight to Iraq.
(jp) wrote: Whether you're a infanticide loving Feminazi or a women hating Bible thumping fundamentalist, Lake of Fire makes a couple rather cogent points. I kid of course with those labels, director Tony Kaye spent 18 years making this documentary on the most controversial of issues and actually went bankrupt in the mid 1990s only to conclude that he still doesn't know where he stands on abortion. He gives both sides a fair hearing and a chance to air their views in substantial detail. The movie is unflinching: he shows photos of dead fetuses, women who died from botched abortions, and footage of abortions being performed. For many viewers, your views on abortion will be challenged. Mine were reinforced. I am as convinced as ever that the abortion debate is between two camps: one side that basically believes in choice and secular liberal democracy and another side that cares little about unborn babies and is more concerned with tradition, imposing their beliefs on others, and keeping women in their place. Of course abortion is not a pretty thing and ideally should be a rare occurrence, but the pro-choice side wants to limit the grisliness to the embryo or fetus; the pro-life side in their willful refusal to recognize that abortions are going to happen no matter what, supports in effect TWO victims to every abortion. Alas, I digress. As someone who majored in political science and has read extensively on the subject, I wish I could recommend the documentary more highly but there are quite a few points I found lacking. Kaye has shot the 2 1/2 hour documentary in black and white which is harsh and unforgiving on every imperfect follicle that makes it seem more grueling than it otherwise would be. Lacking in color Lake of Fire doesn't feel-surprisingly-that personal for Kaye and could have used more shape to give it a rhythm and catharsis (looking at the documentary is like seeing a tent with the poles poked through its fabric but not yet erected). The movie also might have been more powerful and more urgent if Kaye had it revolve around one woman resorting to abortion and return to her specific story several times throughout (and counterpoint that with a comparable story on the pro-life side). Doing so what have done quite a bit to tie the movie together, making it feel more organized and cohesive. As it is Kaye gets too bogged down with showing looney, terrifying physician killers along with the perfectly sane religious movement, and academics on other side. By spending so much time around these opinionated, passionate men, he's made the same mistake that almost everyone has for the last forty years on abortion: he's forgotten that the whole debate is about women, fundamentally, and their well-being.* As an aside, it always fascinates me to hear about the Christian Reconstructionist movement (which is chillingly depicted in Lake of Fire) that wants to execute abortionists, sodomites, those who blasphemy, and many others. All of this is advocated for and would be done in a Christian society in the name of Jesus. Now, we can all debate where Jesus would stand on the issues if he was here today. But isn't safe to suspect that as a person who was brutally and unjustly executed, Jesus would be just a little wary of all these state-sanctioned killings?
(kr) wrote: Crazy ass flick, starts out slow but gets better. I love Asia she is one hell of a actress, nudity, foul language, and violence, not recommended for kids..
(us) wrote: As far as low budget nature attacks movies go, this one's not bad. You obvously can't go into it expecting too much, as it was clearly shot on the cheap, with unknown actors and crew. The effects are actually pretty good, especially considering that it was shot over 10 years ago. A good blend of CGI, models, and animatronics. The cast is not particularly good, and are exceedingly overdramatic. Billy Burke in particular thinks he's in a production of 'Hamlet' or something. Plot line is questionable, as these kind of movies always are, but nothing that really makes you scratch your head. Something that both helps and hurts this films effectiveness is that its taken seriously. Often way over seriously. There are a few campy moments, but for the most part it tries to maintain its serious nature. One of my favorite campy scenes is the last minute or so of the movie, in which the survivors are walking down the street after their escape. This scene is shot in slow motion, as they walk dramaticly with dramatic music and a serious look of badassery on their faces. Too funny. Despite its overdramatic nature, this is indeed an above average monster movie.
(es) wrote: Golden oldie. I liked the pranks he was playing on the Mayor. No real plot, no real message. Its from '85, whaddya want?
(mx) wrote: I'm guessing with this that each movie from the Ilsa series has identical cringe inducing talent, so prepare for a different scope of expectation, one associated with sexploitation of the 70s, and the experience shouldn't be as bad. Having seen it over a year ago, what vague parts I remember are an emphasis on exaggerated sex, female degradation, and torture fixations. This is the first in the series and I don't think it's as graphic as it's hyped to be. The taboos are rather flippant and underline a flaky sense of humor.
(nl) wrote: With the exception of some great live musical numbers, this movie is just a bunch of gross people being gross.
(ca) wrote: More of the same, but with a mermaid.
(gb) wrote: This is a really freaky movie, full of pre mod and psychedelic hippie types who enjoy torturing the poor lady. The youth of today probably took lessons from this movie, What is this world coming to ?
(jp) wrote: It was okay. I will do in a Disney version of Animal Farm could lighten things up & make it appropriate for kids.
(de) wrote: The East Side Kids in "Mystery House"--Propaganda Dead end style!!
(us) wrote: I kind of liked this movie when I saw it in my World History class in High School. Its good in some parts then flat in others.
(kr) wrote: Robert De Niro and Phillip Seymour Hoffman both give flawless performances.
(mx) wrote: 2 sense offense. Sight and sound. Just horrible. The writer an director should be banned from filmmaking for life. Mr. Deniro, Mr. Whitaker, what dirt does 50 cent have on you? You are better than this! Potential viewers, stay far, far, away.
(es) wrote: This one's kind of rough...