Kickboxing champion B.J. is jailed for an accidental murder thanks to the testimony of his arch-nemesis Denard. A year later, B.J. is released and then challenged by Denard for $100,000. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Kickboxing champion B.J. is jailed for an accidental murder thanks to the testimony of his arch-nemesis Denard. A year later, B.J. is released and then challenged by Denard for $100,000. Will B.J. accept and get even with Denard?
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George M (ru) wrote: Under the right conditions this can be a tremendously fun 90 minutes. I mean it's a uniformly awful movie, don't watch it by yourself or with children but get a friend or two and just have fun with it. It makes High school musical look like high art.
Thushar K (gb) wrote: nice little fun movie. good performances from a strong cast
Stan C (mx) wrote: Watched it a thousand times and still love it. Best quotable movie.
Mikaela C (mx) wrote: Think I've seen this one... but I'm not sure =)P.s... unfair rating since I don't remember it ;)
Justin C (es) wrote: Spoilers ahead...I wanted to be convinced that Lee was empowered by her relationship with Mr. Grey and that she was in a mental state where she could make that choice. Instead, I was left to wonder if her consent actually showed a vulnerable person being preyed upon.
k r (ag) wrote: One of my least favorite Jared Leto movies. He was ok in it though his British accent wasn't too believable. The best parts were Jared saying "Well what?" and Christian Slater seeing his "ugly" face and jumping off the nearest cliff. not the best...
Stacy A (ca) wrote: It's a Jim Varney 'Ernest' film. Of course, I loved it!! Jim played one of those characters I just love to hate: 'Astor Clement'. But Varney did an excellent job pulling off this hoity-toity, know-it-all character. Ernest is a janitor at Chickasaw Falls High School. The requirement for all employees is that they must be a high school graduate, which Ernest is not. With the help of two scientists played by Bill Byrge and Linda Kash, Ernest gets a brain boost and is suddenly smart in every subject but, unfortunately, he becomes a snooty jerk because of it. 'Astor' begins to alienate his friends and faculty with his holier than thou attitude. When a couple of football players discover what Ernest has been up to, they go in and destroy the brain boosting machine and now Ernest must study like everyone else to pass the test. When he finds out the machine is fixed right before the test, he decides not to use it and do it on his own. He figured out he had it in him all along. He did feel like he let everyone down when he became good old Ernest again and ended up wrecking the half time show by setting things on fire by saying, "I'm sorry I'm me.", which is something he should've never been sorry for. I loved this movie. It shows that with honest, hard work, you can accomplish your goals. In the end, Ernest saves the day. C'mon, it's an 'Ernest' movie. Of course, the underdog is the hero. My school years would've been a lot more fun if Ernest was the janitor. R.I.P. Varney.
Bruce B (ag) wrote: Sounds really good, lol
Jan K (us) wrote: Den vill vara s mycket men r inget av det. Ett misslyckande r allt den r...
Graldine G (gb) wrote: J'ai trouv ce film trs potique. Le choix des mots, la musique, les relations tordues, compliques et sales, ne donnent qu'une plus grande force au tournant de la vie de Kiki. Un soin net travailler chaque image. Esprons qu'elle trouve son gateau au chocolat.
Ethan P (nl) wrote: A determined and distinguished epic, Ben Kingsley's captivating performance and Richard Attenborough's sharp direction combine to create a beautifully shot and fascinating tale of the man who led India's liberation from British rule.
Mike C (fr) wrote: take all the worst acting ever and put it into one film and you have The Perfect Wave. Very disappointing film spolit by very amateurish acting.
Daisy E (us) wrote: This wasn't as bad as expected. Seth Green character was actually quite entertaining. The others were pretty standard. Nothing memorable in terms of the capers they get into. Some of the more promising situations I feel were missed opportunities e.g. the burning of the weed field.