Jon Lansdale is a comic book artist who loses his right hand in a car accident. The hand was not found at the scene of the accident, but it soon returns by itself to follow Jon around, and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jon Lansdale is a comic book artist who loses his right hand in a car accident. The hand was not found at the scene of the accident, but it soon returns by itself to follow Jon around, and murder those who anger him.
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Jamie C (ag) wrote: I've always been a big fan of post apocalyptic films but for some reason I never got round to seeing this film until years after, And yet again I kick myself for waiting so long to watch it, The film seems to be nothing new at first just an average survival movie but soon a deeper and more religious story unravels and it's very gripping from start to finish with some pretty good action scenes too, A very strong cast all act brilliantly, And the twist at the end was brillant and people will either love it or think it's too silly but a second watch of this film will change your mind, Its religious plot will not be for everyone but it doesn't go too deep into it, But in the end it's a great film that deserves much more praise.
Daniel G (mx) wrote: Ever wondered how "The Parent Trap" could've gone terribly wrong? I mean like a complete trainwreck. Well, this is it.
Frank S (mx) wrote: pretty good, lots of mma stars, good action, some humor, i think it was better than people think
Tiana R (us) wrote: It has Robin Williams in it, what more do I need to know?
Surya V (ru) wrote: By far the most stylish action thriller in bollywood..cool , cool performances...Hrithik Roshan was perfect in the movie..
Sherry M (gb) wrote: Interesting study of growing old. Good characters.
Cynthia N (mx) wrote: very well done. excellent depiction of a relationship between two complex men.
Luis C (us) wrote: One Of My Favourites of Federico Fellini
todd h (it) wrote: Has some pacing issues, but it's professionally acted (by Hudson, McGoohan, and Borgnine), beautifully filmed and designed, and has some tense set pieces.
Art S (gb) wrote: The circus scenes here are incredible -- who imagines a circus experience based on the life of a "fallen woman"? Are there kids at this circus? Max Ophuls adds a painter's eye for color to his talent with the moving camera and pictorial angle. Martine Carol is like a black hole sucking up any vibrancy that surrounds her into a world weary stillness (despite being prodded across the tightrope). In flashback, we see how she got this way (and are dazzled by set design).
Eli N (it) wrote: All the brutality of the original, with none of the art.