Beware of Dogs
Four friends rent a house and always manage to get in trouble with their landlord. One day, the group is forced to leave his rented house and flee to Pondicherry where a new journey awaits them.
- Stars:Sundar C., Vinay, Santhanam, Hansika Motwani, Andrea Jeremiah, Steve Colbern, Russ Dizdar, Brien Foerster, Steve Freedman, Juan Navarro Hierro, David M. Jacobs, Aaron Judkins, Chase Kloeztke, Roger Leir, L.A. Marzulli, John Matrisciano, Paul McGuire, Ron Morehead, Robert Salas, Gary Stearman, Jasmine Bhasin, Joseph E.A., Koottickal Jayachandran, Manoj K. Jayan, Wilson Joseph, Hari Krishnaraj, Sekhar Menon, Dinesh Nair, Simhaa, Sanju Sivram, Sunil Sukhada, Parvathi T.,
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Christophe C (nl) wrote: MOTHER'S DAY n'etait qu'une virgule. Avec THE FOREST, Bousman revient ce qu'il sait faire de mieux: du tout pourri!!!
Jocey D (es) wrote: Very dark, end-of-world, survivalist movie with all the good vs. evil and haves vs. have-nots concepts explored. Concentration camp on rails.
Akko T (jp) wrote: nice movie!! but, Why did that man take her drawing away....?
Anne S (mx) wrote: Kawaii Movie about love between two Kawaii girl ^^
Michael G (de) wrote: Every piece was a horror cliche. It was okay for a low budget film.
Ed M (it) wrote: Cool animation, but this one is pretty gay...It was a poem. It seemed like it was trying too hard to be Seuss-like. I actually had to fast forward through some of this one...
bill s (kr) wrote: Not one to remember but a decent golf tamely done one time watch.
Ryan S (jp) wrote: Definatly low budget however it did well all things considering
Scott R (gb) wrote: extremely well acted, socially powerful, and incredibly tense, a true classic
Jessica H (mx) wrote: Not at all scary, but it is amusing.
Mike M (fr) wrote: A fun 70's blacksploitation pic that plays well as a straight horror - sort of like a Kolchak the Night Stalker with a wah-wah peddle soundtrack - even without the all-too-obvious urban-for-the-sake-of-being-urban touches: including Blacula's name; how Blacula began as an African noble visiting Translyvania to gain support for abolishing the slave trade; how the white cops initially think the Black Panthers are behind the series of killings; Blacula's serious pork chop sideburns he grows during each transformation; and, how members of the urban club scene think nothing of a grown man walking around with a cape in 1972. Curiously, the film exhibits a tremendous amount of bigotry toward homosexuals, odd, considering it's a film helmed and produced by minorities struggling for equal rights. Not without its genuine shocks and creepy scenes. Better than expected.
Mitchell M (jp) wrote: "Eastern Promises" is an expert blend of brutal violence and tender morality, and features a stellar performance from Viggo Mortensen.
John M (nl) wrote: Kind of hard to believe this got made. So this is a universe where the purge exists, one night a year where all crime becomes legal for a 12-hour period. A father (Mike Epps) moves his family out of Chicago to a gated community inBeverly Hills in the hopes of raising the chances of overall safety. The one thing he didn't consider was the fact that these mansion owners are even more blood hungry than the people in the Chicago suburbs. Now I actually like this idea on paper; the modern horror parody nowadays is so jam packed with references that it actually is kind of refreshing to get something contained, even if it is for something as niche as The Purge. It even has a bit of social commentary, but it isn't long before it crosses that line of offensive too many times to get a pass. I like Mike Epps as an actor; he's got a certain bit of charm in his performances, even though he never landed himself a role that pushed him to true leading man status. He also knows how to improvise, and while this movie suffers when it is being obtuse and racially offensive, it does work with offhanded comments that you can tell was made up on the spot. I did get some laughs out of this, and they almost all came from mutterings dished out underneath the breath of Mike Epps. It is kind of bizarre to see this, just because I don't know who out there would have thought that this was a good idea. There just isn't a demand for it, and I am surprised that anybody ended up seeing this at all, which is probably why it popped up on Netflix streaming so quickly. This isn't the bottom of the barrel, but it certainly isn't good. It's actually way funnier at the beginning when it does play in the humor that is based on stereotypes. Meet the Blacks does nothing but lose steam as it goes on, and it really gets bad when it just turns into the movie that it's parodying. I don't know how much you remember about the 2013 film, but it has some truly awful lighting; you can hardly get scared because you can't tell what is going on. The same can be said with Meet the Blacks, except there are cynical jokes thrown into the mix. Add in some pretty random C-list cameos and you have a movie that flounders more than entertains.