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Shantel D (mx) wrote: This was fun like some of the 80's horror! Great movie!
Robbie T (kr) wrote: Though it is totally unrelated to The Beast Stalker, but with the cast and Chinese title, it is hard to not comparing the two. The Stool Pigeon is a fine movie, Nick Cheng and Liu Kai Chi are still great. The story is ok, but Nic's character is flat and not well-developed comparing to the complicated but way-too-dramatic's Nick's character. Nic did a better job than in The Beast Stalker, but I found that he acts really alike in all his recent movies.
Alehee N (fr) wrote: Worst of them all. Great CGI, but I never thought action could get irritating.
Eric T (de) wrote: While it isn't the BEST Adam Sandler film, it definitely accomplishes what can be expected. The acting is great, the 3D is brilliantly used well, the animation is PHENOMENAL, and cements itself as one of the best CG animated films I've seen! Genndy Tartakovsky has yet again delivered something that is just brilliantly well done!
Ryan W (nl) wrote: I thought it was just a lacklustre film which all it does was bang shoot them up and by the end I was just waiting for the credits to roll
Johan W (fr) wrote: This one was weird...
david i (mx) wrote: one of the best canada has to offer
Sam C (it) wrote: Had to sit through all the Resident Evil movies because my girlfriend wanted to see them. Things I'd rather do that watch another Resident Evil movie with Alice the manhater: go to the dentist, watch another Once Upon a Time episode, dig my own grave, get sick on an airplane, clean out a cat box, eat vegan oysters, paint baseboard and watch the paint dry.
Sue B (nl) wrote: Pauly shore is a dickhead
Orlok W (fr) wrote: The eight-legged vengeance of nature--An arachnophobe's worst nightmare!!
Alec L (mx) wrote: Engrossing look at the bodybuilding community.
Glen O (it) wrote: Another Warners social conscience melodrama, this one about prostitutes ('clip joint hostesses' as they are euphemistically called here) who stand up to the mob boss Johnny Vanning who has them under his thumb. Bette Davis chews up the scenery as Mary who becomes the chief informant after her innocent little sister meets an ugly fate at the hands of Vanning (played menacingly by Eduardo Ciannelli). Bogart's performance as upright prosecuting attorney David Graham is more restrained. He had not yet reached A list status at this point and was still married to Mayo Methot, who has a small part in this film, though their marriage would be on the rocks by the time Bogart met Lauren Bacall on the set of "To Have and Have Not." The romantic coda at the end is clunky, doesn't really convince and is out of step with the tone of the rest of the film. Far from either Bogart's or Davis' best performances, it's good to see them on screen together, and this is still an entertaining picture from the consistently reliable Warner stable of melodramas.
Matthew A (ag) wrote: not much redemptive about this one
Zoe S (ru) wrote: Was not as good as i thought it would be... it had a really good built up but the ending was disappointing... could have been so much better... thought Marc Warren played the part of Dracula well....
Steve T (de) wrote: Here's an ironic review: I hated this move. I hated, hated, hated, hated, hated this movie. Girls were cute though - with that 60's go-go dance thing going. Hence two stars. Here's another tip. Watch it with the volume turned down while listening to NPR. Let's see if you get the first reference.
Darren B (mx) wrote: If you loved the 80's ridiculous action movies - then this will wow ya!! Non-stop absurd action with ample body count. Don't expect an intelligent film here. Dominic Purcell owned this flick and totally deserves more lead roles - in action flicks. Perhaps my only minor complaint- it's a tad long for what it is. Regardless it's great!!