A genetically re-engineered dog develops a psychic link with a monster created in a lab experiment which goes awry.
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Sean L (de) wrote: This movie was terrible! It was disjointed, hard to follow and boring. The characters were predictable. The plot was just not that interesting. Don't waste your money (or time) on this one.
Steve S (de) wrote: really couldn't get into this one. it just felt lame, and like i've seen it all before. the best death scene doesn't happen until like 10 minutes from the end. it looks like the danish have taken over the "floating waif" movies form the asians.
Elaine W (br) wrote: Not the greatest thing she's ever done, and after "Panic Room" this type of role is getting very old for JF. However, the storyline itself really did keep you guessing nearly to the end. It was OK... If I could take out one line it would be the one right at the end: "She never gave up." Give me a break.
Josh M (ag) wrote: Maybe this is auto-biographical and that's why she's with Ashton.
Dustin D (fr) wrote: In Jean de Florette Gerard Depardieu plays something of a Clark Griswold character, a father with a bold vision for his family and himself, and driven to the brink of insanity to fulfill it. Claude Berri's film is a fascinating and believable character study.
Senor C (mx) wrote: Doin Time was always one of the vulgar 80s comedies that I wanted to see. What a great cast in John Vernon, Richard Mulligan, Collen Camp & Jimmy Walker. It's a crying shame there is no DVD release for this. The only time I had came across it was @ a flea market in one of those old clam shell cases for $1. Unfortunately the person manning the booth was no where to be found & I had to wait even longer to see it. Years in fact. I should have just stole it. What the fuck is a buck? Sure it loses steam after a while but it is a hell of a lot better then any of the Police Academy movies in the series. Fuck it's even better then the likes of Porky's. A real found gem for what it is
The Phantom C (it) wrote: Oh, those silly giant flesh-eating mutant rabbits...
Michael W (us) wrote: Motocross racer trades his bike for Hollywood dreams. It starts out well, gaining quick promotion from the club parking lot to a bouncer; although it seems half his work time is spent on the dance floor. A product of its time, featuring an in-bar funeral for a bouncer--one of many tragic ends.
Matt T (it) wrote: Skip McCoy (Richard Widmark) is a low down dirty hood, a pickpocket with a string of offences. One more conviction and he'll be in Sing Sing for a long time. But you got to earn a living some how. On a packed subway train Skip spots a target, a young attractive woman (Jean Peters) and lets his wandering hands steal from her purse. Unbeknown to him, two FBI agents are following her. She's carrying microfilm with important atomic information that's to be passed on to a Communist organisation. Skip has finally hit the jackpot and reckons a big score is to be had. The FBI and the Reds attempt to track him down. Director Sam Fuller certainly packs a punch with this hard hitting drama. And punches are literally laid out to the females, especially poor old Jean Peters as Candy, the prostitute who gets socked on the jaw as well as being tossed around like a rag doll. One often feels sorry for her, although she does get retribution. Weasel faced Widmark plays to type as the cocky tea leaf all dressed in his trademark fedora and suit. Sexual chemistry between the leads add fission as they try to outwit each other. Although it is Thelma Ritter as Moe who steals the film as a police informer with scruples. Pickup On South Street is very much of it's time, a propaganda film that points decidedly at the "Commies" as the bad guys as oppose to the more sympathetic characters such as the stool pidgeon and the prostitute who become more patriotic as events unfold. All that is except Skip who will do anything for a quick buck. The Cold War casts a large shadow over the film. Interestingly the French, not liking the anti-Communist message, dubbed in a plot using drugs instead. A dynamic, violent thriller, Fuller who also wrote the script delivers a visually rewarding film noir that never lets up. With action and interest in every scene and the location shots of New York excitingly staged. All in all, a cracker!
Tina S (it) wrote: Fluffalo should have hooked up with Shirley Maclaine.
I am A (ca) wrote: Yeah it was pretty bad