Víctor receives an unusual proposal, to carry 7 boxes of unknown content through the Market Number 4 but things get complicated along the way.
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Andrew S (de) wrote: Really really enjoyed it
Marc L (ru) wrote: "Wishmaster 2: Evil Never Dies" Well I guess bad movies don't die either. With the lack of shock, the funny scenes, the bad acting, the lame special affects and overall anti scariness, it seems this particular bad movie seems to live forever, but for all the wrong reasons. First of all, the special affects are downright awful. I could buy a better demon mask from a preschooler working on an art project. The deaths were unrealistic too, particularly the "bee" death at the casino. Maybe this movie would be better if it was a comedy, because I found myself and my siblings unintentionally laughing the whole time. In fact there was one scene where the evil Djinn picks up a rock, makes it disappear and says "Magic!". For no reason at all! Did the director just think "Do you wanna know what this movie needs? A evil demon making a rock disappear and say magic for no particular reason at all!" The deaths are unintentionally funny to. Like the scene where the inmate wants to get "wasted" so the demon makes his fellow inmated kick him to death? Lame, lame, lame, lame LAME!!! Bottom line, this is a pretty bad horror film. Pretty, pretty bad.
Martin D (jp) wrote: Dean Parisot, who won a live-action short Oscar, made his feature directorial debut with this black comedy from a producer team that included Barry Levinson and Lawrence Kasdan. A philandering stepdad is the victim of vengeful Mrs. Lever (Catherine O'Hara), who sends her sons out to scare him to death. Cobra helicopter pilots Dorian (Luke Wilson) and Angus (Jake Busey) accomplish this by strafing the forest at night as the stepdad runs in terror. No one knows that pregnant Burger-Matic cashier Sally (Drew Barrymore) was the stepdad's mistress. However, since Burger-Matic and Cobra headsets share the same radio frequency, the notion surfaces that maybe Burger-Matic workers overheard something; Angus suggests that Dorian take a job at the fast-food joint in order to determine just who knows what. Once on the job, however, the situation gets twisted after Dorian falls hard for Sally. The chain-smoking Mrs. Jackson (Shelley Duvall), Sally's trailer-trash mother, turns up, as does her redneck father, Red (Lanny Flaherty). In an inside film reference, Angus mentions the classic "Lamb to the Slaughter" episode of Alfred Hitchcock Presents. Shown at the 1998 Toronto Film Festival.
Robert B (mx) wrote: If this movie came out about 15 years before, it might have been a hit, but being released long after martial arts films were popular doesn't do it many favors. As add in a totally perdictable story, bad acting, bad scripting, and it doesn't lend itself to being worthwhile. Billy Blanks shows the acting ability that would make him a late night infomercial pitchmen. The action sequences are believable enough, but their just boring. The title theme is just a piece of crap that sounds like a feeble attempt to keep the 80s alive. Some unintenionally funny moments make this sort of watchable, but's hard to sit through the garbage to get to those.
Bengt W (kr) wrote: Pkostat hafsverk med tjusiga Rita och en tjockskallig Glenn. Ett frsk att terupprepa succn med Gilda faller platt nr manuset helt enkelt inte hller. Erbjuder dock tillrckligt med tropikcharm fr att intresset ska hllas uppe hyfsat.
Spartacus E (br) wrote: Hardy is twisted and mesmerizing
Al H (ca) wrote: This is the story of a tortured soul for the loneliness and her beautiful art.