When Daphne is given the opportunity to design clothes for a company in Hawaii, the entire gang travels along with her. As they are leaving for their destination a man warns them that there are evil spirits on the island but the gang is doubtful. When they arrive in Hanahuna they are excited to watch the Big Kahuna of Hanahuna Surfing Contest which Manu Tuiama (a local) had won previously. Because the Mayor of the area welcomed everyone including mainlanders to the Surfing Contest they Tiki spirit was angered. The gang and everyone still in the area are threatened by little Tiki demons and the much bigger Wiki Tiki. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Sylvester K (au) wrote: There's is no free lunch in this world, an immigrant learns the harsh truth by participating in a deadly game of Russian Roulette. Chilling and suspenseful, 13 Tzameti is a thriller that challenges your psyche to the very limit. I liked the unique style and the lighting but the acting was just pathetic. Some parts really did bore me too, it could have been trimmed down.
Nelson B (us) wrote: Grade: B- (73%)Rating: 7.3/10 - Good
Dee R (br) wrote: I rate this film purely for the soundtrack which is sublime. Toni Collette is always a joy to watch & the story is simple but strong.
Emma L (ca) wrote: Rend service bertrand, il vous le rendra en chiant... mais mdr cette expression... :)
Eric R (de) wrote: Johnnie To creates a very slow burning film taking place over one night about a team of various cops all looking for colleague's missing gun. The film is gorgeous, with heavy use of spot-lighting. They flood certain area's with light, while leaving other areas basically in the dark, creating a very unique and beautiful atmosphere of Hong Kong at night. The film lacks any major action set pieces like most of To's films but rather wants to dive more into the hearts and minds of these various cops and criminals on their pursuit. This is a world where cops and criminals are bad mean mother fuckers...Lee Marvin would have fit in well here.
John G (jp) wrote: Big disappointment, but I did enjoy it. The 12th movie in the series is about a crisis in Otherworld, where a worker ogre is transformed in a explosion, into a creature known as Jeniba. Jeniba proceeds to distort everything, causing the dead to rise in the real world, thus bringing back old villians in the process. It's up to Goku and Vegeta to defeat the monster, but when there efforts are not enough, they must Fuse into one fighter to defeat him. Did not think it was a bad, it was just not as good as I had expected.
Dana W (jp) wrote: this could have been really good...but it just went downhill.
Kevin R (de) wrote: Every once in a while I like to take a piss on a bush. Am I going to go to hell for that? An infected zombie is killed and cremated by our local government. The ash, once released into the atmosphere, infects those within close proximity of the government facility, turning them into zombies as well. As the outbreak spreads, the government tries their best to quarantine the area. Some survivors within the danger zone try to escape the clutches of the zombies as well as the government's extermination attempts. "She's been clinically dead for two hours." Lucio Fulci, director of Zombie 2, Demonia, Conquest, Manhattan Baby, Zombie Hell House, and Black Cat, delivers Zombie 3. This movie has a common zombie storyline similar to the Night of the Living Dead series. The action scenes are solid and the gore is outstanding. The plot is not as good as the original picture while the acting is just mediocre. "That's ridiculous, pure science fiction." While the action scenes were well delivered in this film, they were not as realistic as the previous picture. I couldn't get over the overuse of zombies falling from trees, roofs, or randomly from the sky. Fulci relied too much on the cheap scare tactics rather than his usual outstanding kill scenes. This is still a must see for fans of the zombie genre. "I bet that fridge is empty too." Grade: C+
Diego D (de) wrote: Robert Deniro is top Cool. Super expressive with few gestures. It's a must. Everybody I know who's seen it likes it very much. Except my sister, who didn't understand it and would rather watch Zac Efron DJ happy party instead. But its really cool and one of the best actings i've ever seen.
Anne F (ca) wrote: A rather brave film t make in 1941, the tale of German u-boaters trapped in Canada who attempt to make their way to the still-neutral USA, as the Germans weren't all depicted as caricature Nazis, although one was not expected to have any sympathies for them. the film did its propaganda job well nonetheless.
Allan C (kr) wrote: How old is this movie? It has pay phone hacking, dial-up modems, cassette tape recorders, and Fisher Stevens is the biggest star of the film, who's cast includes a 19 year old Angelina Jolie. Up until this point, her biggest credit was "Cyborg 2," a sequel to a Jean Claude Van Damme film, where JCVC didn't even appear the even worse sequel. Even though this film isn't all that good, I do remember thinking at the time, "that chick with the short hair is really awesome!" When I was a video store clerk, this was a favorite film of mine to put on, not because it was a good movie, but because it had a good soundtrack and wasn't rated R. The film really hasn't gotten any better with age, other than the quaintness of the technology and Seeing Angelina Jolie in a before-they-were-famous role. The film does have a solid cast that includes Jonny Lee Miller, Jesse Bradford, Matthew Lillard, Lorraine Bracco, Marc Anthony, Penn Jillette, and Felicity Huffman. Overall, it has the quaint early internet charm of "Wargames" but the film is populated by an irritating group of young people, is ridiculously over directed, and has just about every young people vs old people film cliche in existence. Still, there's enough good to make the film watchable, but I'm not going to give it any more credit than "watchable".