Returning to the small Florida town where he grew up, Billy Turner (Nelson) learns that his father has been killed. With little help from the police, Billy will take matters into his own hands and go up against a ruthless local mob boss in a desperate search to find the killer.
- Stars:Judd Nelson, Ally Sheedy, David Caruso, Paul Winfield, Scott Wilson, Anita Morris, Luis Contreras, Julie Carmen, Allan Graf, Hank Stone, Tommy 'Tiny' Lister, Rex Ryon, Felix Nelson, Willard E. Pugh, Sam Whipple,
- Director:Michelle Manning,
- Writer:Ross Macdonald (novel), Lukas Heller (screenplay), Walter Hill (screenplay)
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(jp) wrote: It's good movie to watch
(nl) wrote: The Devil Inside is another cheap shock-drop horror film. It has an annoying style of filming, the story is flimsy and full of holes, the dialogue is ridiculous, and the execution is worse than movies 30 years its elder. It is amazing that in the 21st century, movies still struggle so hard to create coherent stories with any sort of special effects to help alleviate the horror trait. The Devil Inside is a movie fit for no one, and a shame for all those who are doomed to waste their time on this blinded farce.
(br) wrote: Haven't read the book, and although the movie tackles some interesting subjects, it was an utter borefest. The pacing, narration and overall tone of this documentary was slow, monotone and extremely boring. I tried real hard to concentrate on the material, but I could not make myself follow the narrators and their tempo.I have one such professor at college, his speech and method of teaching are so monotone that most of us never listen to a word he says, even if we try to do so. Some even fall asleep in class, and that's what I did numerous times during this movie, so it took me many viewings to finally finish it.I believe the most important thing in documentary film is to present the subject matter in a way that will attract the attention of the viewers, make them care, and not make them feel as if they are reading a book in a dimly lighted room just before bedtime. If possible, people should have fun while learning, or thinking.So overall, this movie deals with some interesting and important subjects, yet I believe it will fail to capture the attention of most people who are used to today's documentaries having a more fun and energetic mood.
(fr) wrote: This was a rilly good Hallmark film it Has a Lordy feel to it This is a rilly good little show .. Young boys father gets murderd boy wants revenge The little girl gives him her hair ribon and he returns years later Its a predictable film .. dont get me wrong and alot might think its crap but the storyline and actors are pretty good ..
(es) wrote: Not impressed. The idea was great, albeit not an original one. But the script is dodgy and unconvincing. and it is hard to build a good movie from that. It's like watching a re-run of hercules with a religious setting
(mx) wrote: I do not like movies about gambling but this one was not bad, good acting and I loved the final trick they did to save themselves from the gang.FINALLY, A WATCHABLE MOVIE.
(it) wrote: There's a lot of teenage angst here, but not over the top even though it remains deep in its themes. The performances are genuine.
(nl) wrote: A very entertaining Mafia comedy with Robert De Niro and Billy Crystal.A sequel was made to this but no way near as good!
(ca) wrote: Robert Downey, Jr. was excellent as always, but Natasha Gregson Wagner's performance was equivalent to a high school play.
(es) wrote: my personal 'Schindler's list'.
(au) wrote: I Spit on Your Grave (Meir Zarchi, 1978)[originally posted 18Jun2001]Meir Zarchi took Craven's idea (with Last House on the Left) and paid homage with a film that, while not all that good, is a sight better than Last House. It's also become something of a cult classic for reasons that I'm not sure I understand (nor want to). Again, the plot is simple and savage: Jennifer Hill (Camille Keaton, who actually HAS managed to find a few other roles, mostly in what seem to be Italian giallo flicks given the titles) has rented a secluded house on a lake to get out of the big evil city and runs afoul of three of the local miscreants and their toady, a twentysomething seemingly retarded virgin. The miscreants develop a plan to get the toady laid, and, as is to be expected, a bloodbath ensues, starting with an almost forty minute long scene punctuated by three different rapes. I mean, we're talking nasty here (but by the time Miz Hill gets around to stalking her attackers, I have to say, the viewer is definitely rooting for her).What about this particularly nasty movie makes it more effective than Last House on the Left? One definite reason is that Zarchi's scenes of brutalization are a whole lot more explicit than Craven's, and as such, the viewer has a deeper gut reaction to what's happening. When Hill starts wandering around like a zombie in the aftermath of the aforementioned forty-minute scene, it's realistic post-traumatic stress. Also, Zarchi gives more of a human dimension to the attackers; one has a wife and kids, one likes to play the harmonica, that sort of thing; details which cause a viewer to see the bad guys as something more (a little more, but still) than cardboard cutouts. Also, the film itself has a kind of endearing shoestring quality about it. Grainy stock, handheld-camera shots, that sort of thing. Zarchi probably had a budget of five hundred bucks and spent it half and half on fake blood and beer for the crew.It's not the best film you'll ever see, but if you follow IMDB's recommendation and double-feature it with Last House on the Left, it certainly won't be the worst film you ever see, either. **
(mx) wrote: Critics ask, "Why do people like this horrible movie?" The answer is the movie (like SinCity) is a wealth of quotable dialogue. That makes it memorable and that makes it cult.
(ru) wrote: Unnerving crime drama with psychological overtones--A boy chases a girl until she catches him!!
(ru) wrote: So good. The book is great, too. It has took a bit of a hit with time, but still holds up as a good late night film.