A Horrible Way to Die
An escaped murderer is in pursuit of his ex-girlfriend, who has fled to start a new life in a small town.
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Mayank A (kr) wrote: The movie doesn't have much to offer besides the ending performance which is emotionally charged. I watched the movie expecting some great Choreography moves but was disappointed in that department. The movie only digs into the present day Iran situation for personal melodrama which was kind of boring. Either they should have focused on the dancing or the Iran situation, frankly Afshin Ghaffarian life is not dramatic enough to be made into a movie
Kelsey C (ag) wrote: Loved it it was funny and day day was cute omg if I would have seen nick right now I would give him a standing ovation ~,~,~,~~~loved the movie -Kelsey
Wanderley C (gb) wrote: Imagine que o mundo real foi invadido pela fsica (e a lgica) dos desenhos de animao no seu sentido mais buclico. Onde a paixo o suficiente para desenrolar qualquer novo relacionamento, e a dana o suficiente para alterar as paredes de um quarto. Imagine, enfim, que estamos em um filme completamente tomado pelas loucuras inventivas de Michel Gondry.
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Alan B (kr) wrote: Great feel good movie with songs that never age :-)
Sophie F (ru) wrote: [font=Garamond][size=4]Started reading Alan Moore's Watchmen last night...very bloody cool. Also watched a ridiculous movie called Roadracers (thankyou, crappy late-nite telly) but I fell asleep before the end. Somehow, watching David Arquette pile handful after handful of grease into his hair doesn't appeal to me.[/size][/font][font=Garamond][size=4]Nothing came in the mail yesterday. How disappointing. I'm expecting rather a lot of things. Spike Milligan book, nice dress, some more comics...the list goes on.[/size][/font][font=Garamond][size=4]I got to go to the island on Animal Crossing today. It was a bit crap, but I enjoyed hearing the little sea turtle captain singing about "cukes and beets" making his tummy sore.[/size][/font][font=Garamond][size=4]I suppose I should go do some dishes or something...ugh. I need a new dish-brush.[/size][/font][font=Garamond][size=4]Can't find my PC interface cable for my camcorder, dammit. I've gone to camera shops and have had no success getting a replacement - probably because my camera's more than just a couple of months old. Hence, OBSOLETE. Bleah. Damn technology, developing too fast for me to keep up on my pathetic income.[/size][/font][font=Garamond][size=4]Anyway. I'm going to procrastinate some more, then maybe do some housework, oh joy of joys.[/size][/font]
Elena S (es) wrote: jet lie. As always. His action was captivated md
Emod L (ru) wrote: 47%It's pretty bland.
Jason D (au) wrote: Code of Silence is another piece of 80's Chuck Norris action goodness where Norris leads a large scale drug bust that goes awry when mobsters set one another and a bunch of unexpected bodies pile up. After the incident, the mobster responsible for the set-up flees Chicago while head boss Henry Silva (the of the best 80's bad guys ever) goes on a hunt for him until turning his focuses on slaughtering his entire family, leaving lone eldest daughter Molly Hagan. In swoops Norris and his one-man army as he attempts to keep the girl in safe hands until finally having to open up a can of whoop ass on dozens upon dozens of henchmen and mobsters, without the help of the police force. I side subplot involving a crooked cop (played by none other than the late Ralph Foody, best known as the scary gangster Kevin watches on TV in the Home Alone movies) who kills an innocent victim and is under review adds a little bit more substance to this mostly brainless action flick. Norris is in tip-top shape as usual and plays it straight, no matter how silly it gets sometimes. Silva is fun to watch as always. Good direction from then-rising director Andrew Davis (whose also given us The Fugitive, Under Siege, and Above the Law). Overall, another entertaining Norris action film, but I'd suggest this only for fans of Norris, 80's action films, or the work of Davis.
ScubaSteve Walter M (mx) wrote: Outstanding story, I was blown away. Perhaps one of the best Chambara film there is. Love the twist and turns!
Brian S (it) wrote: Starring Marshall Thompson, this movie isn't actually all that bad. It's campy 50's sci-fi horror. But even though it's good, this movie hasn't received that much recognition for what it is and it was even ripped-off by James Cameron for the 1979 extraterrestrial classic Alien. The spaceship effects and monster effects are cheesy but the acting is good for this type of genre. Recommended !!
Daniel F (fr) wrote: Intriguing vampire film a little hampered by budget but still very creative.
Arch A (gb) wrote: A WW-1 thriller set in Orkney, made just before the outbreak of WW-2.Conrad Veidt (German U-boat commander on a spying mission) and Valerie Hobson (German agent living on Orkney as an English school mistress) 'smoulder' wonderfully.
Tim W (ag) wrote: Ok it wasn't THAT bad, but it was kind of dumb and ripped off a whole bunch of other movies. And the characters weren't well developed and THINGS kept on HAPPENING! Plus our protagonist was an emotionless asshole. Also Kevin Costner has the acting talent of a rock. It was mildly entertaining, and despite being one the the biggest flops ever, it has grown a bit of a cult following (either that or it's many peoples guilty pleasure dirty secret).
Shawn W (br) wrote: Lots of twists in this film about a rich high school girl who executes an elaborate scheme with her guidance counsellor and fellow high school student to defraud her mother of millions with a phony rape allegation. What's wrong with the kids today? Had not seen this one in years but has held up.