A young manager of a factory encounters a man walking along a road who says his family traditionally are servants to the manager's family. The manager offers him a job, and as he watches out for the other man's welfare, begins to see how the company mistreats its workers. The manager is challenged between his ethics and the pressure from others to protect his own interests as dire problems surface at the factory . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Derick K (mx) wrote: Taking place after the events of the first movie Light joins the task force headed by L and a new Kira emerges. Running at over 2 hours the suspense never lets up and is a satisfying conclusion to the live action death note movies. As with the last movie the preformances and direction are excellent as with newcomer Erika Toda who stole the screen as Misa Amane and Kenichi Mastuyama as L. 5 of 5 stars.
Francois A (gb) wrote: One of the Best adaptations of this Classic. Loved Susan and Mr. Teatime!!
Aisha S (jp) wrote: it kept dragging on and on..I thought it was never gonna end..that Herman guy acts and looks too much like Hrithik..I didn't like that fact..he copies him too much..
Joey S (ru) wrote: I think the worst movie I ever saw
Dean M (us) wrote: This unusual coming-of-age movie is charming, warm, witty and full of delightful surprise about a naive but sexually uninhibited girl arrives in an old-fashioned Southern household and soon has all the men in the family, indeed in the town, in a tizzy.
Tammi S (mx) wrote: Classic late 80's movie starring hip hop musicians, what's not to love.
Rubie Nichole G (us) wrote: I thought it was great to see original Jim Carrey. He doesn't have all his quirks we see today yet. The story could have had some work, but all in all it is enjoyable.
Alex K (jp) wrote: Jon Voight Is Going To Turn 75 Years Old This December.
Tim M (kr) wrote: One of the most fun movies you'll ever watch. American Graffiti meets the "Thriller" video. Just the right measurements of cheese and genuine emotional weight (albeit a relatively light weight). Also has a crazy soundtrack ranging from "Bad Moon Rising" to "How Soon is Now?" A must-see Halloween picture that's great any time of year.
Timothy S (br) wrote: Frankly, looking back on it now, it amazes me that "Terror in the Aisles" got made at all, let alone played in movie theaters across this country. It's lovingly referred to as a "documentary", which may be the worst application of that word ever since this is basically just a compilation movie. It's a cluttered and unorganized but nevertheless fun trip down memory lane with a lot of hilariously silly written material for stars Donald Pleasance and Nancy Allen to intone during and between the clips. They really don't have anything impactful to say as this isn't a deep exploration of why people love scary movies or their history, but it's fun to listen to. At one point the writers pretty much bite the hand that feeds them as Allen goes off on this tangent about sex always leading to violence and how these films seem to glorify violence against women. It just seems kind of odd to throw something like that into a movie of this nature. The clips themselves offer the viewer a chance to revisit some great moments in horror cinema over the course of about five decades even if a lot of them lose their impact when taken out of context like this. The only other issue I had was the fact that so much time is spent showcasing non-horror films like "Nighthawks" and "Vice Squad," but it's even kind of neat seeing those scenes again. "Terror in the Aisles" is an unique picture, a grab bag of quality and entertainment value that won't have any meaning for a lot of people. The hardcore addicts, however, will eat it up.
George P (ru) wrote: Bunuel looks at the fifth-century ascetic saint as only he can. Shortened in length for budgetary reasons I found the conclusion satisfying. Claudio Brook is excellent as Simon.
Orlok W (mx) wrote: Good ideas in a low-budget film--Almost Bearable Baloney!!
Glenn C (mx) wrote: In this film, it seems as if Steve Wozniak came up with the design for the computer all on his own. In the original film they tell the truth. They got all the research & development from Xerox Corp.
Shamylla v (jp) wrote: A sweet Christmas film that is great for families with younger children (6-10ish).
Jason T (jp) wrote: Love the coopers has its heart in the right place with a good message and an amazing cast. Unfortunately the movie is full of clichs and it's just a ho-hum holiday movie. It kind of feels like something Garry Marshall would direct. The movie is fairly light on laughs and it's just not very interesting or compelling. As far as holiday movies go there are worse ones out there but there sure are a lot better ones than this bland movie.