The famous Captain Spaulding returns from Africa and attends a gala party where a valuable painting is stolen.
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Nels N (ag) wrote: Terrible performances from some of the older actors, as well as bad horror direction, are somewhat offset by a good script and genuinely funny parts. Bring low expectations and you might have some fun.
Heather M (ca) wrote: So far, it doesn't sound like my kind of movie.
dylan s (br) wrote: dear god this is cheesy...like it stayed out all night from the fridge kind....news reel shots of tornados.....ehh...only reason to watch it is for bruce campbell and ernie hudson... one star for bruce other for ernie
The Critic (mx) wrote: This captivating insight into a sport that most may not have otherwise been exposed to offers a wonderful look into the lives of an assortment of competitive men that range from attitude-laden Mark Zupan and youth Keith Cavill, whose first interaction demonstrates why a film such as this deserves recognition, to tough-as-nails coach Joe Soares. More than just another sport movie, this is all about heart and determination, illustrating that it's now whether you win or lose, or even how you play the game, but rather how you get there.
Pure Rock Fury (jp) wrote: This sequel was HG Lewis' return to filmmaking, revisiting the Ramses' family of cannibal caterers. Absurdity has always been the name of the game for HG Lewis' many gorefests and as a fan, I can safely say that this one a true addition to his catalog. The story is basically a modern rehash of the original Blood Feast, though comedy seems to be more at the forefront of the tale this time around, at least in a directly blatant sense. Like most HG Lewis films, the gore here is prevalent, in-your-face and utterly hilarious (and occasionally stomach churning). If you've seen the original, you already know 80% of what is going on. For my money, the gore is more creative and disgusting than the original with equally humorous results. Combine this with the utter density of the people closest to Ramses III and this is a can't miss 90 minutes of blood, guts and gore. Highly recommended.
Zack B (jp) wrote: Shohei Imamura had perhaps more than any other Japanese director, and this is saying a HELLUVA lot considering pretty much all Japanese directors are wizards at shot construction, the most intuitively brilliant flare for shot construction. This gives his films, which usually deal with difficult social subjects, a haunting precision. But it's not merely observe and record. His films have a certain attentive care for the characters, and in the process oddly moving scenes are captured. Think about the premise of this film. A small-town family doctor rushing back and forth between different cases of hepatitis during the end of the Second World War. What could possibly be endearing or moving in that? Well, Dr. Akagi, played beautifully by Akira Emoto, is followed by the camera sparingly along with all of the other town characters. The moments that are captured are filled with wonderful pathos. We see Dr. Akagi sweating and huffing down the streets past soldiers and workers, carrying his medical kit and stopping every once and a while for a quick breather. We see the same Dr. Akagi attend to a Dutch soldier beaten and wounded by torture. We see him in front of a commission of doctors, pleading for a crusade against the rising cases in hepatitis. And then we see odder things like Dr. Akagi going on a boat with the ex-prostitute so that she can catch a whale for him. It's all of these episodes, whether odd or obviously reassuring, all come together with savage synthesis only Imamura was capable of. I loved this movie.
Antonio d (mx) wrote: Absolutely hilarious! I gets better everytime you re watch it.
gary t (it) wrote: well umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch...............its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie....................i think that dudley moore, liza minnelli, john gielgud, cynthia sikes, paul benedict, geraldine fitzgerald, kathy bates, barney martin, stephen elliott play good roles/parts throguhout this movie...............i think that kathy bates, dudley moore, liza minnelli were great throughout this movie................i think that the director of this comedy/classics/sequel/follow-up movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie i think that this is a good sequel/follow-up movie its a really good movie its got a good cast throughout this movie n its a really enjoyable movie 2 watch
Kristopher W (kr) wrote: I was a big fan of this movie when I was a kid, so I was keen to see it again to compare my memories to reality. I was pleasantly surprised to find it isn't the worst movie I've ever seen. Kenny Rogers gives his best performance (which still isn't saying much), but Diane Lane really shines as the oldest of the orphan children. You can see shades of what was coming later in her career. Anthony Michael Hall isn't bad either. The story isn't amazing, but it's a NASCAR movie, so you shouldn't be expecting anything amazing. There has been a lot said over the years about the sexualization of children in this movie, pertaining to Diane Lane's teen in trouble performance. It ain't as bad as people make it out to be. I'd let my kids watch this movie. I think people would like this movie more if they just stopped trying to compare it to classic films like Casablanca and started comparing it to family movies like any of the crap Adam Sandler made after Billy Madison.
Josh M (ru) wrote: Battle Royale tries to take itself seriously, but I am not fooled.
Jordan A (es) wrote: Liked it as a child but not so much now.
Ryan H (ru) wrote: Glad I watched it... Will never watch it again! No thanks!
Josh T (ca) wrote: Funny, depressing, a little creepy, and endearing. Hader and Wiig show they're more than just SNL goofballs and really shine.