When an apparently exemplary cop abducts and secretly imprisons a beautiful dancer, a deadly battle of wills between captor and captive ensues.
- Stars:Kate Beckinsale, Gabriel Macht, Tom Skerritt, Columbus Short, Alex O'Loughlin, Shawn Doyle, Joel Keller, Jesse Todd, Arthur Holden, Erin Hickock, Bashar Rahal, Julian Cain, Dennis Keiffer, Brandon Ambrose, Helen Dinand, John Martin, Andy Jean, Robert Day, Dan Doan, Yen Mericle, Louis Fernandez, Chris Richards, Mack Wei, Greg Sproles, Brett Hipsley, Rafael Blanes, David Tate, Asia Argento, Helen Shaver, Lochlyn Munro, Charles Frederick, Alex Zahara, Alejandro Abellan, Fred Keating, Philip Granger, Joe McCoy, Angela Uyeda, Brad Loree, Robert Saunders, Charlie Gudgeon, Garfield Wilson,
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Travis D (au) wrote: Austin really needs to take some acting classes. He has so much potential as a action hero but lacks basic acting skills. If they had changed some of the stupid 80's style one liners (they were really bad and porly written)and had another lead, this movie might have had some potential.
Josh M (de) wrote: Very amusing, but not enough gore and death. Grabbers totally forgets about monster domination and substitutes massive casualties for witty dialog.
Maxwell D (kr) wrote: Okay documentary about the first annual Miss International Transgender pageant, or something like that. (Don't remember the name of the pageant). Interesting look at pretty unfamiliar territory, worth a look if you're looking for something different.
Boris M (kr) wrote: The last half of Pervert! is borderline disappointing, but the first half at least partially captures the spirit a Russ Meyer movie. Sandy Carey's nakedness has a lot to do with why I enjoy Pervert!, even if her acting ability is questionable. There's quite a bit of food eroticism, which I'm not really a fan of. Overall, though, I had a pretty good time and appreciate what the movie was going for.
Douglas L (mx) wrote: Terror Train is a decent horror flick from the 80's with one of the greatest scream queens, Jamie Lee Curtis!! The revenge plot has been done so many times within the horror genre as well as other genres, but this movie is actually pretty inventive in what the killer does. He keeps changing his disguises, which is perfect because of the masquerade party on the train. It has a cool twist with the killer at the end as well. Definitely a decent horror/slasher worth a watch!!
Bheema D (fr) wrote: Excelling in character dynamics and message, lacking in pace and production values, and swaying back on forth in dialogue, For Whom the Bell Tolls will still leave you emotionally drained at the end, and has lasted longer than many would say it has any right to.
Darine S (au) wrote: It's a lovely day ;)