A laundry owner's (Robert Englund) employee falls victim to an ironing machine with a mind of its own. Detective John Hunton decides to investigate, but can he know what monster hides behind the machine? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
When an accident involving a folding machine at an old laundry happens, detective John Hunton investigates. While he tries to solve the mystery, Bill Gartley, the owner, wants to find new victims for his machine.
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Joshua B (jp) wrote: I hadn't ever left a review on this site until I saw this movie. The documentary skews heavily in the comedians' favor. Jamie Kennedy is a terribly whiny protagonist who does not lead the view to any conclusion besides that of 'Jamie Kennedy is a whiny bitch.' I watched hoping to see some snappy retorts from comedians but about 40 minutes in, the film begins to discuss the criticism establishment and its effects on their feelings. At this point, Kennedy becomes unbearable. His mistake of taking each review personally and trapping the obviously outgunned internet critics in front of the camera makes the view ask 'what the hell is wrong with this guy.' We get a glimpse of Kennedy's depression after his 'Son of the Mask' flop but someone should have put a stop to this documentary before it got started.
Augustine H (gb) wrote: One of the most twisted spy movie of all time. Credit also goes to the charismatic James Mason.
Jade O (mx) wrote: i wish i could give this movie FORTY stars! favorite movie!
Alec B (ru) wrote: A far funnier affair than the first one. Without the burden of trying to establish the world and pay homage to the original series the filmmakers could do whatever they wanted . . . Joan Cusack is such a great villain here.
kyo 9 (us) wrote: Bad acting..No story in it..Just lust and jealousy..
Ashley I (ag) wrote: Great movie. Shows both sides of what the army is like. Well balanced..funny and meaningful. Easy to watch. :)
Tom R (gb) wrote: Even though it was released in 1980, My Bodyguard is a very 70's movie. Like Ordinary People, it has slow yet tender moments and captures the tension of high school. There is a subplot that seems like only padding that involves the main character's eccentric grandmother and a hotel that pretty much goes nowhere and accomplishes little... I think it's supposed to be funny, but comedy has evolved so much over the decades. The high school bodyguard story is interesting, but a great deal of time is spent in the hotel. Still, My Bodyguard is worth a rental and it's better than its unofficial successor Drillbit Taylor.
Henry M (jp) wrote: A good sequel to a great movie. They tried extremely hard to have this film be different from its predecessor, but it ultimately becomes predictable although still very hilarious and entertaining in its own right.
Gabriel C (de) wrote: Breathtaking animation with a magnificent attention to detail and an imaginative and appropriately dark story are what make Coraline a fantastic animated film.
Kevin R (ca) wrote: You leave the money we leave the woman John Russell was orphaned as a youth and raised on an Apache Indian reservation. As an adult, he receives a house through an inheritance. John is a simple man and elects to trade the house in for cattle and joins a couple on a stage coach on their way to a village where John can sign the appropriate paperwork to make his desired trade. On the way the stage coach is robber by some outlaws and John saves the couple and will do his best to protect the couple under continuous attacks of the outlaws. "You don't want kids, you don't keep house, and now you don't even want to sleep with me..." Martin Ritt, director of The Spy Who Came in From the Cold, Hud, Nuts, Back Roads, The Black Orchid, The Great White Hope, and The Sound and the Fury, delivers Hombre. The storyline for this picture is solid and a nice addition to the western genre. The cast delivers excellent performances and includes Paul Newman, Barbara Rush, Richard Boone, Fredric March, and Margaret Blye. "Have you ever eaten a dog?" "I've eaten one and lived like one." Hombre was a film I came across while flicking through the channels and decided to DVR it. I thought it was interesting to see Newman playing an Indian and was surprised at how well he pulled the performance off. Newman delivers a brilliant performance that was thoroughly impressive. The action scenes were scarce but solid and the conclusion was epic. I recommend seeing this picture. "He had no use for the white man or their ways." Grade: A
Edward C (gb) wrote: Insurgent(2015)Starring: Shaliene Woodley, Theo James, Miles Teller, Kate Winslet, Ansel Elgort, Naomi Watts, Maggie Q, Jai Courtney, Ray Stevenson, Zo Kravitz, Octavia Spencer, Suki Waterhouse, Rosa Salazar, and Daniel Dae KimDirected By: Robert SchwentkeReviewOne Choice Can Destroy YouYou know i'm beginning to see a pattern with all of these dystopian young adult books. They have one good film in their series or no good films, so far with Hunger Games theirs one(catching Fire) and with this series it's zero and getting worse. That is quite disappointing given some of the talented actors I saw in this movie, and actors who have such potential but are in films that are just messy.The second chapter in the Divergent series sees Tris Prior where we left her, hiding in a faction called Animety or something like that. While Janeine(Winslet) has taken over the city and has ordered the dauntless to search for a special divergent to open some box that was found at the Prior home. As to why only one special Divergent can open the box the movie has no clue, no one divergent should be able to open the stupid thing, if only a divergent can open it, then any divergent should be able to, not just the chosen one or something.You know I actually walked out waiting for my mother to pick me up and some elder man asked "what was the moral?" and I wanted to answer better question "What was the point?" this movie is not fun, engaging, have a good story or resembles any awe or enjoyment so what was this film trying to accomplish.The performances may be good from some of the actors which is the only thing that saved the first film, and the only thing that is saving this film, but I hated this one more than the first one. I do not care or know about any of these characters. They are not likeable, they are all a-holes. When Tris's brother try's to help her the first she just yells at him, Four just gets tough for no reason, Janeine is the villain so you probably won't like her because her motive sucks, and MIles Teller plays an a-hole.The film does not come all together in a well constructed formulaic fun or interesting picture it just comes off as an okay Michael Bay movie, the only difference is better acting. I'm giving Insurgent a one and a half out of five.
Kate H (gb) wrote: Grotesquely violent. Could not sit through it.
Walter G (fr) wrote: A lot of directors have taken a shot at making a movie in the Hitchcock style. No one has succeeded yet, but few have failed so disastrously as Robert Benton did with this turkey. ?Still of the Night? was doomed from the start because its two leads, Scheider and Streep, are both miscast. Scheider is persuasive in action films, where he plays someone who is not just a dumb killing machine, but someone actually capable of a thought or two; but as a psychiatrist, he is in way over his head. Hitchcock?s leading ladies were always great beauties. Streep is a great actress, but she is not a great beauty. Watching her impersonate a Hitchcock beauty is embarrassing. I kept thinking,'She could open beer cans with that sharp nose'. I?ve never thought in any of her other films, because in Streep's other films I was paying more attention to her acting than her face. The suspense should have come from the fact that the more Scheider is attracted to Steep, the more he suspects she is the killer. But there is no chemistry between Streep and Scheider. He never seems attracted to her. I assumed he was only pretending to be in love with her, in order to trap her. The ending therefore came as a surprise to me.