AM1200

AM1200

Haunted by recent events and on the run, a man finds himself the unwitting pawn of a possessed evangelical radio station and like his unfortunate predecessor must ask himself whether it is better to reign in hell than serve in heaven.

Haunted by recent events and on the run, a man finds himself the unwitting pawn of a possessed evangelical radio station and like his unfortunate predecessor must ask himself whether it is better to reign in hell than serve in heaven. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Purav M (de) wrote: The most disgusting movie I have ever seen.

Zombie M (gb) wrote: Pauly Shore being himself in Africa. There are a few funny jokes but it's not even really worth a rental.

Gabo L (us) wrote: Me gusto me parece bien hecha... interesante plateamineto de esta mujer sumamente manipuladora... pero sutil, aunque no logre conectar del todo con los personajes...

John R (ca) wrote: 2011-05-21: Very slow start but picks up about half way through. I like these little known films. Great actors, quirky story and guns (even better single action peacemakers). I'd like to give this film more than a three star rating but the first hour is almost painful.

Asif K (mx) wrote: ok maybe not his best but he is seriously a very different filmmaker .... his ideas and ways truly shocks me.

David H (au) wrote: A funny and entertaining Chuck Norris Movie

John M (kr) wrote: Bounty hunting has never been so badass. So this is about a pair of bounty hunters (Clint Eastwood, Lee Van Cleef) out in the West. The reward for the capture of notorious outlaw Indio (Gian Maria Volont) is plentiful, but can they work together when they are so used to operating solo? If you've been following me for the past few years, you know that the genre that I geek out hardest about is the Western. If you've been following me most recently, you've noticed that I've been watching some of my favorite films in my rotation, popping in movies simply because I feel like it instead of my usual high intake of current movies. Well, now the two have met, and I'm reviewing one of the best Westerns out there, For a Few Dollars More. This is the middle segment of what I believe to be the best trilogy of all time from a consistency basis. The Dark Knight is great, and Indiana Jones is fun (I don't know about this fourth movie you speak of), but they both have a movie that is noticeably lesser in quality. You can even say the same thing with Return of the Jedi, for that matter. The only other properties that I think you can make a valid argument for the best trilogy of all time are Toy Story and the Lord of the Rings, but for me, personally, I will take a Western any day of the week. There is no decline in quality, and I really get into these movies whenever I watch them, so much so that time fades away as I become indescribably absorbed with the story that I am taking in. One of my favorite high points about For a Few Dollars More is even though Eastwood gets the lion's share of the credit due to his clout, this is actually Lee Van Cleef's movie; he may be best known for being the antagonist from the unparalleled the Good, the Bad and the Ugly, but he can lead a movie, and does exactly that here. This is a trilogy that constantly fires on all cylinders. It is a team effort, as the iconic music from Morricone is just as important as Eastwood and director Sergio Leone. It is filled with these memorable showdowns, and you hold on to every single one of them. From the hat shooting scene to the match striking scene, from the heist itself to the final showdown that features a locket that plays music that will haunt your dreams, everything fits together in fantastic fashion. The Dollars trilogy boasts some of the best Westerns you will every witness, and I recommend all of them the same.

Adam S (jp) wrote: For me, this is the Elvis Presley film that stands out above the rest. All the other Elvis movies seem to be very formulaic to me, and while this one contains some of those elements, it's packaged in a way that makes it much fresher to me. This is probably to do with Mickey Shaughnessy's solid performance, and the killer soundtrack, which contains some of my favourite songs from the King.

Lewis M (it) wrote: Amazing story, great ending!! Loved it!! :)

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