Nick and Ruben are hoodwinked into a "shootfighter" (no-holds-barred, to the death) martial arts match by the evil Mr. Lee, who has a grudge against world shootfighter champ(and teacher of ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Shootfighter: Fight to the Death
Nick and Ruben are hoodwinked into a "shootfighter" (no-holds-barred, to the death) martial arts match by the evil Mr. Lee, who has a grudge against world shootfighter champ(and teacher of Nick and Ruben) Shingo.
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Jason K (us) wrote: Quite the surprise on this one as Cusack AND DeNiro have a 40% rating in my book when it comes to crime movies. This one seemed to have all the pieces aligned in the right way though: not to cheesy, great DP work, good pacing, good twists, and a fairly well placed cast all around.
Patrick K (br) wrote: I thought it was pretty funny and entertaining. With a low budget movie like this you cant pick apart the directing and acting. The whole ring thing for proposing caught me for a nice little loop. The dialog was pretty hilarious.
Vivienne D (gb) wrote: God this movie let me down. Big time. It sucks because I really like Bob Franklin and Glenn Robbins, and thought maybe the movie would be good too. I guess I've been used to watching the good Aussie Movies that have come out lately (like Romulus My Father and even Hey Hey it's Esther Blueburger) but this one was just crap. Crap crap crap crap CRAP. I don't even know where to begin on this one. First of all everything happens way to easily for them. They just walk into the record studio and go "sign us again!" and the guy's like "Yeah alright." The songs sucked. Sure the lyrics were kinda funny - but the melodies were not the least bit catchy. Part of the fun of these kind of movies is the fact that you get hooked on the songs, no matter how average the movie is! Josie and the Pussycats had really catchy original songs, and who doesn't secretly love "Pop goes my Heart" from Music and Lyrics, and "Somebody Kill Me Please" from The Wedding Singer? I couldn't sing along to any of the songs in this film because the tunes were annoying and there was no rhythm whatsoever! The thing that pissed me off the most (I was going to give this two stars but I had to take a whole star off for this) was the scene when they were in Rio de Janeiro and the bar people were speaking Spanish. Here's a film-making tip for you. If you're going to make a movie and set a scene in another country, DO YOUR GODDAMN RESEARCH. It may have even been acceptable fifty years ago to make that sort of mistake - but GodDAMN - you can easily type Brazil into Google and find out that WOW THEY SPEAK PORTUGUESE.
micky (gb) wrote: salute to the animal trainers ~
Ben H (mx) wrote: A film where the star rating system doesn't exist.
HansIvar H (br) wrote: Svenskene slr til med en bra film om ungdomsproblemer. Agnes er forelsket i Elin, noe som er problematisk i begynnelsen av tenrene. Filmen er bra, men litt treg.
Kristi M (gb) wrote: Complete dreck. It isn't campy, it isn't so bad it's funny, it isn't cult classic material....somehow they actually managed to make a movie about an attractive alien in woman form who wants nothing but to mate so she's baring boobs with a sex scene that is neither sexy or remotely interesting. even in a guilty pleasure sort of way. That in itself is the only impressive thing about this movie.
Chris C (ru) wrote: Great movie....highly under-rated.Tony Todd is the quintessential villan.
Connor L (us) wrote: it is original and unlike anything ive seen most musicals which seem to make me doolally this one does not even bother me in the slightest
Toni H (gb) wrote: Anything with a young Harrison Ford has to be outstanding
Jason T (fr) wrote: It's a fun watch but doesn't add a whole lot new to the end of the world genre. Decent performances that are stronger than the narrative. Good ending.
D M (de) wrote: Over-sized lava-spewing tarantulas rise out of the depths of the Santa Monica volcanoes only to wreak havoc all over Los Angeles. Steve Guttenberg (Police Academy) stars as a washed-up 80s actor who battles the creatures. Also from Police Academy are Leslie Easterbrook, Marion Ramsey and Michael Winslow! Patrick Renna (Sandlot) and Nia Peoples (lookin' hot!) star as well. There's a funny Sharknado reference. Also, there's a sequel!