A story of a high school girl Angelina, who leaves her toxic parents and moves to San Francisco with her best friend Andrew. She finds a job in a strip club and falls in love with a coke-addictive lawyer. She meets a porn director and starts to join the industry of making porn. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Franco S (mx) wrote: its a really nice start
Lonnie S (gb) wrote: Yeah, no... why didn't she run when she had the chance? Unrealistic - it probably was integral to the storyline that the writer wanted to elaborate on, but I was bored of the girl pitter-pattering around in the forest. The guy seemed kind of harmless when the girl didn't put up a fight. Just another unnecessary torture porn, in my opinion.
Robert P (fr) wrote: not top of my list but may be worth a look.
Jack S (au) wrote: I liked this movie. It's a fascinating (and surprisingly rather un-PC) look at life and race relations in what was still colonial times. The white anthropologists are in New Guinea to study a local native tribe and the whole portrayal of the whites on the island is how you would expect colonial whites to have really behaved. It's set at the outbreak of WW2, and there's no cultural egalitarianism in this movie. There's romance, conflict, a dose of feminism, and eventually the Japanese invade the island and the whites flee.
Steve D (es) wrote: Very underrated. Good music and is honors the original (and the cast members who diead).
Robert C (fr) wrote: It's a little slow in places but sometimes makes up for it with sensational horror and sex. It's not particularly profound, but it at least provides an alternative vision of an extremely familiar fairy tale.
Lanky Man P (au) wrote: A way better version of House of Wax with a great plot.
Jonathan Y (ru) wrote: The Disney company half-heartedly tried to recapture the success of '20,000 Leagues Under the Sea' in this Jules Vern-esque adventure yarn about a group of explorers who journey to a mysterious, semi-mythical island in the Arctic, where they find all manner of peril. Lava-spewing volcanoes, glittering ice caverns, churning whirlpools, rampaging killer whales, and a lost tribe of Vikings figure heavily in the plot... so why does 'Island' seem so lackluster? Much of the blame falls on the screenplay, which is not only clumsily paced but also dishes out some truly wooden, uninteresting (and even, in the case of Donald Sinden's unintentionally obnoxious millionaire character, downright loathsome) heroes. Disney vet Robert Stevenson directs the proceedings with businesslike efficiency, but he fails to give the film much in the way of mystery or wonder - two things a film like this desperately needs. There's also the matter of the special effects, which pale in comparison to some of the live-action films Disney was producing decades earlier (including '20,000 Leagues'). The orca attack is particularly dismal, showcasing little more than oversized rubber bathtub toys being clumsily tossed against a styrofoam iceberg. This is not to say that 'Island' is a total bust... there's a crude throwback charm to some of the proceedings, and Jaques Marin's haughty French balloon captain interestingly provides some of the few moments of genuine poignancy. Still, it's hard to watch 'Island' without a growing sense of disappointment at the thought of the wondrous adventure it could, and should, have been.
Terri H (ru) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested
Scott R (au) wrote: Good idea using old movies pieced together for a silly film noir comedy. But it ultimately dragged a bit.
Stuart K (fr) wrote: Burt Reynolds made a good few films with stuntman-turned film director Hal Needham, they made silly road based capers such as Smokey and the Bandit (1977), The Cannonball Run (1981) and Stroker Ace (1983). Here, they took on a subject close to director Needham's roots, the cutthroat world of being a stuntman, it's a silly but touching caper. It follows stuntman Sonny Hooper (Reynolds), who is a well renowned stuntman in the industry, he's done loads of films, but now he's a bit past his prime. There's a younger generation of stuntmen trying to take over from him, and even a few stunts Hooper does have gave him a few injuries which may put and end to his career. He's currently on a film, where he's the stuntman for Adam West, (who appears with a moustache!! :D) Hooper decides to go out with a bang, and has one last spectacular stunt planned. It's a silly caper you'd expect to see in the late 1970's/early 1980's, Reynold's is a likeable lead, and the stunts you see on screen are daring and well done, and it's complented with good support from Sally Field and John Marley. We need more films like this!! :D
Francis M (jp) wrote: Hard to take movies like this seriously. A brainless romp.
Michael H (us) wrote: Your don't have to be a fan of Metallica to appreciate this warts and all documentary, in fact it may make your appreciated them more... Includes fights, slamming doors, raging egos, rehabilitation and judges a smidgen of Spinal Tap, I'm surprised this everything saw the light of day!
Tasos L (br) wrote: Emotional reasons...
Jessica L (es) wrote: Another crude humour comedy which, unlike others, is actually surprisingly funny. I sure had a good laugh with this one...and that's all one can expect. The plot isn't too bad. I'm not a huge politics person so don't care how good of a political satire this is.
Ashley H (jp) wrote: Michael Collins is an amazing film. It is about the controversial Irish revolutionary Michael Collins. Liam Neeson and Aidan Quinn give excellent performances. The script is well written. Neil Jordan did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the drama. Michael Collins is a must see.