When Tom Anderson is visited by a deceased high school friend in a dream, she gives him only one warning. She tells him that the Four Horsemen (characters from his latest novel) are coming for him and his friends at noon. But once his friends get trapped in town with him, the battle for their future is about to begin. What they think is a dream is about to become a reality...and they are about to find out...the battle they must face has been inside of them all along. The first dream was a warning. Now, they have no choice but to face Tom's dream along with him...and survive.
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Carol H (us) wrote: Silly, juvenile, and unmagical.
JeTuan S (au) wrote: Decent Comedy- Eddie Murohy is a great actor and the movie was better than expected. Good mix with the cast.
Cameron J (ag) wrote: I have watched this 3 times because my journalism teacher shows it every semester. It's been a good watch every time. Saarsgard is especially good.
Daniel S (br) wrote: One of my top favorites. This is my go-to example for how comedy/horror genre mixing should be done. The horror doesn't damage (and in fact, enhances) the comedy, while the comedy doesn't diminish the scary bits. This is managed through excellent use of pacing. The film maintains a great sense of atmosphere and tension throughout. I was a little let down by the ending, maybe just because I feel like I have a snobby idea of how it could have been done better, but I can find very little to fault in this. Highly recommended to horror fans who like a good laugh and can appreciate a period piece.
Allan C (nl) wrote: Solid crime film in the vein of 70s blaxploitation films, but updated for today and with a strong female cast. The action is done well by director by F. Gary Gray and the characterizations and performances by the lead actresses are fine, avoiding what at first I expected to be typical stock characters. However, for all the films strengths, the film is overlong and the script is somewhat overindulgent in having a few too many subplots and a few too many scenes where the characters are just gabbing. I suppose I don't mind gabbing for the sake of gabbing in say a Quentin Tarantino film, but the dialogue in the film did not seem nearly as clever. Still, it's a solid film with good action and performances, so it's definitely worth watching.
Carlos I (au) wrote: Not a big fan of the conclusion, but it's an alright curiosity if you're a fan of drive-in flicks or post apocalyptic movies. The addition of the vampire bats was a bit...odd...
Callum B (de) wrote: I realy in joyed this because of how they not just showed us what the 60s was like but how they did doctor Who in thoes days.Excellent.
Augustine H (kr) wrote: Brilliant twists, especially at the end. The unconventional ending is somehow sad for demonstrating the manipulation of truth by the media. At the end of the day, how many seemingly guilty culprits are bearing notoriety because they cannot speak for themselves?
William R (us) wrote: One of my all time favourite Harrison Ford Films and Thriller films.
Simon T (ag) wrote: Deeply irritating 'romantic comedy' with a pretentious and repetitive screenplay by Frederic Raphael, clunky direction by the usually reliable Stanley Donen, and two miscast leads in Audrey Hepburn (twee) and Albert Finney (bored). There is no sexual chemistry, France looks cloudy, and even Henry Mancini's lovely theme is done to death.
Jason K (jp) wrote: when you realize that even though most of the other Transporter movies were kinda lame and only had interesting "parts", at least they had Statham.