Belle Starr's Daughter
The daughter of famous outlaw Belle Starr arrives at the town where her mother was murdered to find her killer.
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Robbie L (it) wrote: interesting to say the least
Mitch Q (us) wrote: Too quiet and 'little' a film for me. I had trouble staying awake! The languid atmosphere of the unused pool fills the movie but there is very little development. However, there was a certain hypnotic beauty to the film that makes me give it a passing grade.
Nik M (ru) wrote: Not as strong as Part One, but then the story is now less determined and more ethereal. The growing weight of evidence against the guilt of the boys is clear, but the time spent apparently trying to implicate Byers makes for slightly uneasy viewing. I guess knowledge of the ultimate result of all these shenanigans dilutes the full impact of these films, and seeing them at the time must have been a hugely impactful (??) experience
Don S (jp) wrote: A run-of-the-mill comedy kidnapping movie featuring high schoolers taking on their mean teacher. The acting is decent; the story is forgettable. Nothing stood out here. Worth a watch on a really slow night, if for nothing else but Katie Holmes' cuteness.
WS W (br) wrote: Like [Head On], tragic stories about social outcast- Turks immigrants in Germany, homosexual, transvestites, hustler. It surely looked stereotyped & cheesy sometimes but sorta neat & decent overall.
Jeff A (jp) wrote: Laid-back and very easygoing, not to mention an improvement over the anemic, unfunny "Major League II"....Scott Bakula's performance and Bob Uecker's priceless quips are the real standouts here!All in all, okay for what it is!
Gena D (it) wrote: I'll never know if I loved this one because of childhood memories but I definitely preferred this one to the others. Proctor and Harris always did it for me.
Alex T (it) wrote: This was the first Godzilla film I ever saw. I watched it when I was about three and at the time I didn't realize what a favor my dad was doing me by fast-forwarding through the parts that were not fights between giant monsters. I re-watched it for the first time at 19 and it is appallingly bad.
Art S (ag) wrote: Exceptionally gripping prison drama directed by Jules Dassin and featuring a large cast of bit players,some of whom (like Dassin) would go on to be black-listed a couple years later. The film does show the prison's inhumanity to man (and Hume Cronyn plays the stereotypic Wagner-loving petty tyrant to perfection) but the social message doesn't overwhelm the action, which builds to a violent climax. Raw! Rough! Ruthless!
Private U (it) wrote: The third film from legendary director Carl Theodor Dreyer is a dark examination of evil through the ages. Heavilly influenced by D.W. Griffith's epic INTOLERANCE, Dreyer composed this film in four segments, each one showing Satan's involvement in different historical time periods. We see his involvement in the death of Christ, the Spanish Inquisition, the death of Marie Antoinette, and finally in Dreyer's own time, during the Finnish civil war in 1918. Helge Nissen's haunting performance dominates the screen in this silent gem.
Matt C (ag) wrote: Tries to go for one Meta gag about knowing it's a crappy sequel and flogs to death that mildly amusing joke for the next 2 hours. Avoid.
Kyleigh T (au) wrote: Wow. All that I can say is wow. This movie is amazingly acted, made me sob, and is shot beautifully. Kiera Knightly and Benedict Cumberbatch are perfect in this role together, with a broken love and relationship. The twist had me shocked way after the movie ended, and it's just an amazing movie. Cumberbatch portrays a nerdy, sociopathic Alan Turing very very well.
Christian W (ru) wrote: Caine and Kingsley are both magnificent actors in their own right, and together they make a hilarious combination that can't be beat. A fun and silly twist on the Sherlock Holmes story that is a must see.
Rikki C (ag) wrote: Really like this Doris and Rock film- probably as it was the first one I ever saw