High above the tiny hamlet of Grockleton stands Beesley Manor, home to the ominous Landlord and his...shall we say, genetically ambiguent...minions, including Pooch, a cross-eyed marksman, and Dobbin, who likes to drink gasoline. The Landlord keeps a watchful eye over his domain, brutally dispatching any strangers who enter - except for females he needs to (involuntarily) sire a Beesley heir...When three unsuspecting travelers arrive, the Landlord plans to make two of them his trophies and the other his bride...unless they can beat him at his own game.
Writer:Natalie Conway, Chris Musselwhite (Knackerman scene), Dan Palmer (additional material), Peter Stanley-Ward, Chris R. Wright (additional material)
There is a place... a place called Grockleton, wherein, high on a hill-top stands the lonely Beesley's Manor, governed by the villainous 'Landlord' and his lowly male counterparts (Pooch, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Danny M (ru) wrote: This was pretty shit. Didn't really like it
Andy M (mx) wrote: You know when a golden retriever is the best actor in the film it's gonna be a shitter. This was gash from start to finish with horrific acting and low budget as fuck.
Jonathan A (it) wrote: This is one of the greatest stories/films to come out after 2000...Bixby rocks!!!
Pamela D (ca) wrote: A good companion to The Jacket and Jacob's Ladder.
John M (ru) wrote: Great cast, great premise but overlong. Veiled attack on George W. Bush and his administration. Good to see Danny Huston in a lead role.
Jennifer A (kr) wrote: loved very realistic
Chris C (nl) wrote: While this sequel may not be as successful as the predecessor, Hot Shots! Part Deux is still over-the-top hilarious due to Charlie Sheen's 'First Blood' lead role.
Nicky N (kr) wrote: Lethal Weapon 3 Is The Worst Sequel In The Series.The Action Was Bad.The Movie Was A Big Mess.The First Two Were So Much Better.D+
Omar L (fr) wrote: I first ran into this film years ago when I was in the 7th grade & I just happened to catch it edited on television. I immediately took a liking to the four characters I was seeing on screen and found myself laughing out loud through most the picture. I called up a friend to have him tune in and it turns out he was already watching the same movie. Years later I??ve seen this film several times with close friends and it has never failed to lose my interest. ??Hangin?? with the Homeboys?? was made in 1991 and it captures a crazy day and night in NYC within that time. Four different characters are brought together to have a boys night out and what ensues is the type of comedy you only wish you could remember half the time when you really do go out with your boys. There is Tom who is an inspiring black actor that has the never quit attitude, and Willy a welfare case always insisting the white man is keeping him down & Fernando who is a Puerto Rican womanizer who passes himself as Italian & lastly main character Johnny played by John Leguizmo who is a neighborhood supermarket employee who knows there is something better to be had in life. They fight; they laugh, get kicked out of parties, clubs, get apprehended by Italian cops, & get in car accidents all in one day & night. The drama is overshadowed by the comedy, but the heart of the film is conquered by themes of friendship, attitude, & morals. This is a great low budget indie comedy that many haven??t seen and that??s why I consider it to be a hidden gem within the world of film. It??s funny and the viewer may pass it off as pure comedy, but if you watch closely you??ll see a very fine film with characters as real as you and me. 9/10 from me.
Victor M (br) wrote: This bizarre animated sci fi film is a little treasure with its ethical and philosophical issues as a plus.
(ru) wrote: Script, power, pace, acting, lighting... everything in this film is perfectly tuned, delivering an exceptionally crafted anti-war message.
Cayo H (ru) wrote: Great cast...great director....amazing movie!
Johnny G (kr) wrote: tv movie, not that good.
Private U (gb) wrote: A bit slow, but excellen story. U get to see a very different side to WW2
Jason K (mx) wrote: Remember when everyone hired Moore for movies? Why was that? PS- 90'sssssss
Peter P (au) wrote: Brilliant acting from Richard Burton and Peter O'Toole, and a great story about friendship and conviction. I can totally see why it was up for so many Oscars.
Charlesdebattista D (kr) wrote: Absolutely wonderful movie. great story. if you are looking for a family movie. this it.. loved every minute.