Ben Collins Stunt Driver

Ben Collins Stunt Driver

Ben Collins sets out on a mission to find the perfect stunt car for an epic, high octane car chase.

The movie tells the story of Ben Collins, one of the world’s leading film stunt drivers. Hollywood heavyweights rely on Ben’s skills, but his latest assignment is the toughest of them all, finding the ultimate getaway car for a blockbuster stunt scene! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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KJ P (fr) wrote: Sure, the definition of a dated film ranges from comical, over-the-top, to just downright silly, but 1977s Pete's Dragon is on a completely different level of dated. While I did not grow up watching this film, I was able to put myself in the mindset of a child from the 1970s to try and get the full experience. While I am now able to see through the dated effects, laugh at the comical dialogue, bust a gut at how cheesy the musical numbers are, and chuckle at every scene involving over-acting, there is a certain charm this film has, unlike many dated films of its kind. Here is why I believe the 1977 original Pete's Dragon to both simultaneously be dated and charming at the same time.While it is without question that the effects of the Elliott (the dragon) will never feel the same again, due to the effects of today, if you are able to look past that aspect and view this film from the time period it was made, you may just find that aspect charming. As the film begins in the woods with the relationship of Pete and his dragon Elliott, it is clear from the start that many of the scenes to later occur throughout this film, will clearly be for children. With weird facial expressions between Pete and the cartoon dragon, 1977s Pete's Dragon becomes a cartoon of itself. That being said, their relationship is believable when you suspend your disbelief, which is very easy for you children to accomplish. For that reason, their relationship is the biggest positive of the film, because kids are sure to love it.In a film that is solely directed toward children, there needs to be a few aspects that adults can enjoy, or the film is not an accessible one. To me, whether a film is as auteur as you can get or not, there needs to be at least one relatable aspect or believability. Mickey Rooney was easily the highlight of the film for me, proving that you can both be shocked and terrified about seeing a dragon, while also playing an extremely over-the-top drunk for the adults to enjoy. He is easily the best character in the film, being the father-figure to Pete, being ultimately scared of his dragon, and also being the goofy drunk that he is. He, along with the rest of the townspeople felt very well-utilized, making for a believable story. The family aspect of the film is what makes it soar. Due to the fact that this film is extremely dated, this is where the positives end in my opinion.While I was able to find quite a few positives with this film, and ultimately enjoyed the film more than I disliked it, Pete's Dragon is not without its insane amount of flaws. With the amount of terror surrounding this town, they do not seem to do much once they believe it is a real dragon. Aside from a few henchmen who are out to buy this dragon from Pete, the film is a very one-note mess. When these villains finally come into play, the magical aspect derailed for me, feeling like just another snatch-and-grab story, involving a boy/girl and their pet. It has been done to death, so a film like this needs a certain amount of heart to win me over. While it does shove some of that down your throat by the end of the film, everyone seems like they are in a cartoon, which I believe this film was trying to be the opposite of. In the end, this film is tonally a complete mess.Sure, you can dance and sing along to all of the cheesy song, which are all well-intentioned, but ultimately, this film is all cuteness with no brains. This film felt more like stunt to try and create something unique, but was a jarring tonal mess. While I do admire the effort, the relationship between Pete and his dragon, as well as the family aspect of the film, the rest is too jarring to warrant a recommendation nowadays. This film is about to receive its remake, and among all the remakes currently in the works, I believe this one may just deserve it the most. Pete's Dragon is a fine film if you are able to put yourself in the mindset of a kid from the 1970s, but most others will be laughing at how dated it has become.

Mira Mohd S (au) wrote: A cross cultural rom-com which portrays the love to marriage journey of a Punjabi boy & a Tamilian girl. The prime focus is on the acceptance of cross cultural marriage. The movie is a picturesque of the semi autobiographical novel by Chetan Bhagat. Well the movie is very predictable & I really think the extensive length could have been cut down a bit. Nevertheless the sizzling chemistry & charming performances by Arjun Kapoor, Alia Bhatt & the supporting cast keep the proceedings interesting. The music is alright with an exception of a song or two. If you are looking for a universal melodrama, coupled with mild humor & romance, 2 States is the staple movie to go for this weekend!

Chery O (it) wrote: I really loved this movie & Rory Culkin!!

Tyler J (br) wrote: I Loved the first Chucky movie There's Not Much I want to say about it This was probably my favourite In the series Like everyone else thinks!

Nick O (kr) wrote: If anyone can tell me what song was used to get the party started and how to get it will get a reward lol Its a great song. Other than that, its an ok movie.

Amanda J (ru) wrote: How bad can a chick flick road movie with Jessica Lange, Kathy Bates and Joan Allen be? It wasn't OSCAR material but it was enjoyable; if anything for the amazing vistas and the ensemble cast.

Daryl (ca) wrote: If you can stand him yelling,its funny

David C (es) wrote: I did not like this film as much as I though I would. The original animated "101 Dalmatians" is the best and the live action is ok. This one does not connect to the first as much as it should. I enjoy watching Glen Close portraying Cruela DeVil but that's about it.

Tim S (de) wrote: Amir Shervan is probably the equivalent of a modern day Ed Wood, and Hollywood Cop could be seen as a modern day Plan 9 From Outer Space. Ok, maybe it's not as memorable as that, but it's definitely crap. It's also that good kind of crap, the so-bad-it's-good kind. And when you take a plot about an undercover cop and shove in a kidnapping plot but don't include anything even remotely close to good, then you've got a winner, or a loser, depending on how you look at it. Amir Shervan made a variety of bad movies in the 80's and 90's, including the much-beloved Samurai Cop and Killing American Style. And like those movies, this one is just as bad. I actually can't decide which film of his is the worst, which is part of the fun. After all, he's an Iranian filmmaker trying to make an American style action movie. And it's hilariously bad, in every possible way.

Mistress Genevieve B (mx) wrote: Classic for fetish fans.

Matt S (ca) wrote: Another Star Trek film that gets a bit of a bad rap. Star Trek Nemesis brings more action than the last. After being lured in by promises of a peace talks between the Federation and the Romulan Star Empire, the crew of the Enterprise come face to face with an all too familiar face. This film deals with the idea of Nature vs Nurture. If you have two people and let them live in two different environments, does the environment shape the person or does the person shape the person? More big ideas from Star Trek. This is one of the movies I could pop in and watch anytime. Very emotional and action packed. In my opinion better than most will care to admit. Check this one out.

Daniel K (br) wrote: Heartbreaking and heartwarming all at once.