Best of the Best II
The Colosseum is the fighting arena owned by the champion Bracus. Now after the death of their friend, Rhee and Roberts want revenge.
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Carlos I (jp) wrote: Slow burning, but very effective found footage movie. You don't see much of anything, but it's got some genuinely intense scares. Great sound design.
Tim T (br) wrote: I made it 36 minutes, by then I was angry that I had wasted 36 minutes.
Bradley O (gb) wrote: I personally thought it was a very faithful adaptation to the book and I wasn't disappointed with this movie at all.
Sophia C (jp) wrote: She's such a baller.
Sebastian D (jp) wrote: A novelette with ambitions to be more than that.
Charlie M (us) wrote: Drug dealers end up dead in Los Angeles in this special effects heavy sequel.
LIGHTS CAMERA IM READY 4 SUM ACTION (mx) wrote: I DONT KNOW WUT DAR SHIT IS I DONT WANNA C DIS BULLSHIT MAN Y I CANT CHOOSE MY OWN MOVIE
Hannah M (fr) wrote: Apparently this film was a box office failure, but I *liked* it. I'm not a huge Peter Sellers fan, so I was surprised by how much I enjoyed this comedy. Its characters are full of humor and, while the story is zany, it's somehow all done in a rather quiet way - as if it really doesn't know that the story it's telling is funny. Victor Mature is wonderful as a former leading man who is unwilling to admit he's aging. Overall, I liked this movie a lot and genuinely laughed quite a few times.
dan u (ca) wrote: Oh, the lovely Gene Kelly.What more do you want!
Art S (ca) wrote: Jimmy Stewart seems an odd match for Marlene Dietrich (although apparently they had an affair in real life); the two stars bring their well-known personas to the American West, contrasting comically with the usual genre trappings. He's the new deputy sheriff, full of droll winking stories about people he knows and their experiences that taught him lessons. She's the tough saloon singer who is also involved in a poker game swindle organized by town "boss" Brian Donlevy (who would play similar roles in the noir context later). The film, under George Marshall's even-handed direction, bookends the action with both prologue and coda, showing the town of Bottleneck before Stewart arrived and then after he's cleaned it up (with his pacifist law-abiding ways). Despite all of its eccentricities (Mischa Auer as a Russian cowboy, Charles Winninger as the bumbling banjo-playing sheriff) - or perhaps because of them -- the film works. If you close one eye, it's a Dietrich picture; close the other and it's Stewart's.
Simon T (ca) wrote: A terse and minimal film, bereft of romantic interpretation, unforgiving and brilliant
Alejandro C (gb) wrote: Una mezcla de western y ciencia ficcin de mediocre calidad. Ni la aparicin de figuras como George Takei, Julie Newmar y Isaac Hayes la salva. No la recomiendo
Ana G (ru) wrote: Loved this movie I don't know why it got so little rating it was really touching story
Roman P (au) wrote: This movie is not about manipulations and intriguing. Manipulations do the visibility that they can conquer reality, but people around you simply not interesting in somebodies arrogant reckonings even if they can kill. The final wedding scene is not the triumph of manipulations but is the triumph of life (complexity).