After chomping through the fish population, thousands of starved lampreys begin attacking the citizens of a sleepy lake town, and the community scrambles to stay alive. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Gimly M (kr) wrote: While the original is at least moderately endearing, the 50+ years on sequel is bad in every conceivable way.
Eric H (nl) wrote: This movie is a rare gem that combines a great story with great acting; it is a pleasure from soundtrack to cinematography, and everything inbetween. The main character (the acting is fantastic) has shut himself off from emotion in order to survive; he's had a difficult time in life. He's cold & calculating, yet as a gang leader, he tries to look out for his own. Everything changes when he stumbles by accident across innocence, in the form of a baby found in the backseat of a car he steals. What made him shut himself off from the world was losing a dog he loved but couldn't save. Now, years later, he's presented with another innocent creature - this one's fate depends entirely on him, and he can't ignore that...yet won't succumb to it immediately either. So begins his struggle; he resists feeling again, yet can't help feeling again. He wants to give the baby up, yet doesn't want to. As he faces this delimma, there are others to deal with, involving the other characters around him. Ultimately, his reason for existing becomes about more than just existing. However, this is far from a sappy, heartworming story. It's full of an appropriate amount of grit, people forced to accept the unacceptable, grey ambiguities as opposed to black and white clarities, and harsh realities. But, it's realism is part of what makes this movie so enjoyable.
Steve D (ag) wrote: One of the best documentaries ever funny yet very powerful a must see
Doctor S (ru) wrote: 'China Strike Force' Called Out There are two very good action sequences: the first scene and then a chase along a freeway on foot & vehicle. Then for the remianing hour you're left with routine chop-socky, hokey acting, and lame dialogue. The climactic confrontation on a plate-glass window pane particularly falls flat. Bonus points though for an unforseen twist of fate regarding one of the heroes.
Faley A (ru) wrote: Immense pleasure. From beginning to end a rock solid 'cat and mouse' chase.. a game for 72 hours to fulfill the vengeance against them who killed his father. An offbeat action movie with real creative plot and story brought by the creators and artists same as "The Infernal Affairs'' or "Mou Gan Du''.. legendary Hong Kong thriller. great movie to watch.
kat r (gb) wrote: mmmmmmmmmn dean cain & luke wilson
Craig L (nl) wrote: Herzog + Kinski=madness elevated to brilliance!
Jack G (au) wrote: one of the finest tragicomedies to come out of Italy. Lina Wertmuller's amazing, as is Giancarlo Giannini.
Collin P (ru) wrote: The bottom of the barrel for the Die Hard series.
Jeff B (au) wrote: Maybe it's just that it's difficult to maintain interest for this long in a series. Three films is a challenge, five almost an impossibility. Sure, by now we get it. There's a good element and a bad. Here's we've got the gorillas and the "underground' humans taking on the bad element, and there's just not much to be done. But as one knows or feels throughout, you know it's the humans who are the worst element of all, for they are the one's that ultimately end civilization. There's also and issue here with budget. This has more of a feel of a college film than a successful franchise film. Fox was trying to cut corners to extend profits, short-changing viewers in return. Ah, but isn't that just like those evil humans?
Daryl G (gb) wrote: Mel Gibson's family is killed buy a biker gang. He goes after them. Pretty good!
Paul A (mx) wrote: Watched this a while ago and thought I had reviewed it. Don't remember it being that great, not worth watching.