Wayne Hayes and his beloved wife Eileen live in a lovely house in peaceful place in Pittsburg. One day, Wayne is kidnapped by cruel employee Arnold Mack which makes their life change absolutely. What does she do to rescue him? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Natalia T (us) wrote: Love this movie ~?~?~?~?
Archibald T (mx) wrote: Here's an exploitative goodie. A ripped from the headlines tale of two sisters in Chile who were kept in the woods by their abusive father. In the film, the father is a drug dealer who associates with a kingpin named Costello. The sisters, Ana and Anny, refer to Costello as 'The Boogeyman'. I don't think the Costello element was ever part of the 'true story' this is inspired from. It felt tacted on to further the plot, but worked as an additional exploitative element to the story. Between the years of 1987 to 2010, the two sisters are put through the ringer by their father. When Anny was a little girl, her father raped her and just a few short months later she prematurely gave birth to a deformed son due to inbreding. The two sisters eventually grow up to be very busty girls. It should be duly noted that the director makes this clear in one scene where the girls are picked up by a kind couple and the husband can't stop looking at their massive rack as they lay in the backseat. I wonder how big they'll make the sisters be when the remake comes out. I should note that this film is being remade for the US market since it's been getting a lot of buzz for how sick and twisted it is and will be released sometime in 2014.After getting into some trouble, and killing, two police officers, their father goes apeshit. His connection to the kingpin Costello is also cut when he becomes apprehended. This puts the sisters in survival mode. They, and their "brother", are on the run when Costello seeks them out for the whereabouts of his supply of drugs. He sends his goons to find them, but they have no idea who they'll be messing with.Cannabilism, incest, rape are just a few of the staples you'll find in this nicely toned homage to the exploitative horror from the 70s and 80s. It's not like one of those mock up grindhouse flicks you see nowadays, but really sticks to it's guns with providing a very grosteque series of events. Overall, if 'The Hills Have Eyes' and 'Last House on the Left' were raped by a Chilean miner after having a few beers (and thought it was his sister), you'd get this film.
Daltry G (br) wrote: Cruda, descarnadamente cruda pero al mismo tiempo reveladora. En medio de la violencia extrema que retrata, el espectador es movido a reflexionar en la eterna lucha entre quienes nacen con un exacerbado sentido de la justicia (los que hacen cumplir la ley) y quienes se obstinan en corromperse y buscar la vida fcil.
Reaksmey O (it) wrote: I wanna watch this movie. unfortunatly, it is not available in my country!
Tonya N (gb) wrote: Drumline and Marching band stuff...enough said!!
Emily F (de) wrote: Jake and Ellen - what a great pairing. I love these actors, and they are joined with an awesome ensemble cast, including Susan Sarandon and Dustin Hoffman. The characters are believable as they depict a story of grief, guilt, and figuring out life and their place in it. It's so far removed from a fairy tale that it makes loving it so much more beautiful. The real-ness, the honesty, the emotion - it makes a great film. Not to mention, I think the soundtrack is phenomenal, too.
MariePier D (us) wrote: That movie was classified in teen movie with all-day smokers. But I like those kind of movies, so everything's good! Rich or poor, they're all the same. Dans la branche films d'ados on fume toute la journe, il gagne un prix! Mais j'aime bien ce genre de films, alors tout beigne! Riche, moins riche, ils sont tous pareils!
Cor L (gb) wrote: Old James Bond parody by Stephen Chow. Good stuff, had a few good laughs.
Private U (kr) wrote: This is the most amazing made-for-tv movie ever. Oh, and Matthew Perry is a hottie.
Brandon S (jp) wrote: "Inherent Vice" is as perfectly groovy a film noir as we're likely to see in a lifetime. P.T. Anderson has done it again.Now, there will be people who say that this movie is horrible. I won't argue. There will be those who say this is the best film ever made. I won't argue with them either. Paul Thomas Anderson has never made films that are for the regular viewing audience, and as such he's never really had a film that everyone everywhere agrees on (the closest he's had thus far has been "Boogie Nights").Me personally, I think he's wonderful filmmaker, and one of my absolute favorite artists working today. But he's not everyone's cup of tea. The same could be said about this film.Film noir has always interested me in their use of shadow and atmosphere. What's interesting here is that Anderson flips the formula for how film noir is made. There's no heavy shadows or booze-addled detectives. Rather there's bright colors, a breazy and surreal atmosphere, and a cast of hilarious characters, including our hippie hero, Doc.
Calvin C (fr) wrote: You see one Nicholas Sparks movie, you've seen them all. This one is in the category of recycled plot but with different actors. The first hour was okay with the romance, but the second act makes you roll your eyes at how unrealistic everything goes down. I know love is a powerful thing, but they are stretching it here.Grade: C+