A money-to-burn and girl-chasing Texas oilman, Jeff Longstreet and a sensitive, dignified entomologist, Laura Weeks, find themselves together in Winchester, England charged with taking care... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Two Grooms for a Bride
A money-to-burn and girl-chasing Texas oilman, Jeff Longstreet and a sensitive, dignified entomologist, Laura Weeks, find themselves together in Winchester, England charged with taking care...
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Private U (kr) wrote: The director can create a good atmosphere. Ar Sa was acting very well. Just don't like the off-screen voice talking about paranoia...
Joseph H (es) wrote: Doesn't seem interesting
Keith R (gb) wrote: This movie is the BEST!!
Grant H (mx) wrote: Pretty good. Better than Monsters Unleashed.
Isadore H (de) wrote: Never before has the roller-coaster of raw emotion that is high school sports been captured so accurately on screen. The cast all gives excellent and convincing performances, the plot is realistic and often surprisingly thought-provoking. It all adds up to a heart-wrenching finish that genuinely brought tears to my eyes, something pretty rare for me. This is the greatest football movie ever made, and yes it's even better than Remember the Titans.
Steven V (es) wrote: This sequel was released in 2001. It takes place after the events of Second Stage and unlike the first 2 installments which were TV series, Third Stage is instead a full length movie. The story in this movie is pretty good. Besides Takumi Fujiwara, characters like Bunta Fujiwara, Takeuchi Itsuki, Mogi Natsuki, Kouichirou Iketani and the Takahashi Brothers are back and most of them are still likeable as ever. There are a few races in this movie. And as always, they are fun to watch. The art and animation in Third Stage has been improved over in Second Stage. The character designs are a little better looking, the CG for the races still look awesome and the environments look great. The music contains the same old eurobeat music that was used in the previous installments, though there are newer tracks here that weren't in the old entries. And as usual, they are a blast to hear. M.O.V.E. comes back again to do the opening theme for this movie and it's a pretty good song. It may not be as good as the songs used in the first opening and ending theme in First Stage and the opening theme in Second Stage, but it is better then their song used in the second opening theme in First Stage. In the end, Initial D: Third Stage is a great sequel to the Initial D series. You need to have past experience with the previous installments of the series in order to watch this so that you can get a better feel for the characters and the plot of both First Stage & Second Stage combined.
Thomas B (kr) wrote: This movie lives and dies with Sandra Bullock, so it's helpful that she's actually kind of great. But the film itself is not much chop. Full review later.
F B (ca) wrote: Loved this film from start to finish. A good old fashioned easy to understand gangster movie
Ronnie C (es) wrote: this movie is in the same class as the Die Hard series, a must see for any Bruce Willis fan
Eric R (ru) wrote: Look at that title. It's so strange. The letter F and X with a slash between them. It's such an odd title that it no doubt attracted a lot of viewers just to see what the hell the plot was about. Well F/X means "effects" as in "special effects" and that title is just the beginning of one of my all time favorite suspense thrillers from the 80's.The film opens with a shootout at a high class restaurant and it ends up being a movie set with special effects wizard Roland Tyler (Bryan Brown) at the helm. Due to his reputation he is a approached by the witness protection program to stage a phony death in public of a well known mafia member who is going to testify against his former partners. The fake death of course ends tragically and Tyler ends up finding himself the target of the police! It's now a cat and mouse chase as the corrupt police are after Tyler while he uses his special effects talent to escape and clear his name. What's wonderful about this plot is that during Tyler's story there is a secondary story following detective Leo McCarthy (Brian Dennehy) who finds the whole aspect fishy and does his own personal investigation into the mess. His flirty relationship with a computer tech is priceless!What's ironic about this film is thought about a special effects artist, the film isn't about special effects. It's about characters and story. The film is tightly directed by Robert Mandel and the pace is just perfect for a suspense thriller but sadly the film does have some flaws. The first flaw is Tyler's girlfriend who seems underdeveloped and when she bits it, Tyler by the end of the film doesn't seem to care. Some love relationship! Tyler's special effects helper Ellen is also severely underdeveloped and after Tyler uses her for some help, he drops her off at some street corner and she's never heard from again! However there was a cute sequence when Ellen was waiting up for Tyler in her apartment lobby and fell asleep in a chair in which Tyler ties her legs together. The film also gets a little ridiculous with Tyler using his special effects technique to defeat some goons at the end. All that time and effort for setting up those illusion traps and it had the same outcome if he just went in with guns blazing. However, to the films credit, it is a film about a special effects artist so it should have him using his talent to bring the corrupt assholes down.Despite some of its character flaws this is a solid suspense thriller with a great cast, solid pacing and eye-catching title The film kept me glued to the screen and actually, when I was younger, made me want to be a special effects artist myself as the film does go in depth on how to do many movie effects. Sadly the profession Tyler is in the film is a dying art and it surprises me that MGM is currently in the works for remaking it. Are they going to make Tyler a computer effects artists instead? Oh god no! Just leave it be... a solid suspense thriller form the 80's, a decade where it remains to stay.
Gillian M (ag) wrote: I didn't have high expectations as I had read some reviews that complained that this was a poor Hitchcock swansong. I disagree, I thought this film was great fun. My only complaint was at times Barbara Harris was way over the top and highly irritating but everyone else in the film made up for that especially Bruce Dern, he was a delight. Great Premise and the right amount of drama and humour. loved it!
Andreas O (gb) wrote: One of the movies that launched the disaster film era of the 70s, Airport is an interesting piece, really. The movie is all about building up to the incident, which doesn't happen until over an hour an a half into the story, introducing characters and subplots and eventually having them converge. This differs from the usual disaster drill of getting the incident out of the way quickly so the movie can focus on the disorder and the characters trying to survive. Thus, Airport has quite a unique feel. If anything, the ending is a bit flat. You would have wanted that one last deterioration before the resolution. Still, it's an enjoyable movie. Helen Hayes' character is absolutely great.
James H (ru) wrote: Ultra low budget horror flick. The acting is pretty bad, the score is even worse. It does have a few scares at least, but this is just minor stuff. Forgettable.
Amanda H (us) wrote: So many great actors... such a horrible film. Juno Temple's character is the only one with even a glimmer of redeeming quality, and I spent most of the movie wishing everyone would just kill each other and get it over with. Everyone and everything is trash and there is not enough plot to make it palatable.