Jan-Michael Vincent stars as Mike, the grandson of Native American shaman Old Man Hawk who is called back to his village to help defeat evil forces threatening the tribe. After years of living in the city and working in a business world altogether apart from his roots, Mike is contacted by a freelance reporter, Maureen, who was enlisted by Old Man Hawk to track his grandson. When Mike assents to returning with Maureen, they find that the village is beset by the evil spirit of an ancient sorceress, Dsonoqua, animating beasts and objects and causing strange, deadly accidents. Only the heir of the tribe’s shaman can stand in the way of the evil and protect his people, but will Mike be able to harness his power in time?
Konrad A (gb) wrote: So this is a sports movie on a true story where they play hockey but I feel like they don't play it a lot and I think the do a lot of talking and not being out there playing and I don't like this movie that's how I see it
Private U (kr) wrote: What Can I Say, its Baywatch! It was GREAT!
Peter P (us) wrote: Interesting true crime story with Thomas Jane putting in a good performance, it is a little slow in places and has some unneeded nudity, so that brings it down in it's rating.
Alexander P (ru) wrote: Actually not bad - yeah it's not similar to the original but some good performances from McDowell and Hopper give it credibility. The kids are a bit annoying and slightly unbelievable - but a good flowing plot and decent set pieces
Mark F (br) wrote: Ok plot but the chemistry between FPJ and Jessica Biel made me smile after the movie was over.
Deb W (es) wrote: This is a good little movie... of self discovery plus a sweet father and son relationship...way before Russell Crowe became a big screen icon.
Brianna N (nl) wrote: I give my this movie 5 stars
Matthew H (jp) wrote: This heartfelt, dazzling Disney movie will make audiences laugh, cry, and maybe even make someone's day. It can't compete with the Disney heavyweights, but it's still a well-made film.
Josiah U (ca) wrote: I loved American Me. It has a Godfather sort of trait.
Mark R (it) wrote: Coming of age in a strange and uncertain time and place makes a good story.
Grant S (es) wrote: July 1940. France has fallen and Britain braces itself for theinevitable German onslaught. In order to invade Britain, Germany mustfirst gain air superiority. All that stands in its way are the bravefew - the fighter pilots of the RAF.Stirring telling of the RAF's finest hour. Great aerial battle scenesand some good insights into the strategic aspect of the conflict. Not perfect though - pacing and continuity are a bit choppy. Plus, somescenes are unnecessary, thrown in for extra human drama but whichdetract from the story. Still, a great war movie.All-star cast delivers in spades: Laurence Olivier (as Air ChiefMarshall Hugh Dowding), Michael Caine, Christopher Plummer, TrevorHoward, Susanna York, Kenneth More and Michael Redgrave plus futurestars in Ian McShane and Edward Fox.
Leah T (us) wrote: Great story I never knew.
Garrett (nl) wrote: Insipid and predictable, Shall We Dance has its moments, but quite frankly the dude the movie's about creeps me out: going dancing (which isn't bad), to regain some kind of sense of self-confidence (or something like that), all while discreetly hitting on the dance teacher for no reason. Weird...
Lisa B (gb) wrote: well made, but boring. Odd, huh?
Rawballs B (ag) wrote: Enough as a pic to entertain you for a while... The dogs are fun and enjoyable...