Beautiful young American tourist Janet Cooper goes on vacation to a remote South American country. After being arrested by a corrupt cop and subsequently found guilty of a trumped-up charge... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Former Miss Spanish Basque Country, Pilar Orive, stars as American Janet Cooper who is drugged and shipped to a remote women's prison managed by a sleazy warden and a Nazi-type lesbian guard. 90 minute of graphic sexual abuse ensue
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Mischelle H (kr) wrote: daughter likes very much.
Eliabeth R (de) wrote: Que decepcin con esta pelcula, Supuestamente es una comedia sin embargo son muy pocos los momentos que producen risa, una pareja de compaeros de trabajo que por cosas de la vida bajan de nivel en su trabajo y quedan como secretarias...el final totalmente predecible
Saidur S (br) wrote: Fantastic movie. The passion for football is Brazil is shown nicely. Liked it very much.
Larry C (kr) wrote: Katherine Heigl does her best to ruin every movie. Add the horrible Seth Rogen and a bad script. Avoid this disgusting movie.
Joe A (ru) wrote: One of those indie flicks that's too quirky for it's own good and can't really construct a solid or engaging story around it's cute, offbeat concept. The talent among the cast is wasted as we watch a ho-hum battle between rival cereal bistros that's a result of a rivalry between a disgruntled girlfriend and her beau. More exciting if you just went into your kitchen and had a bowl of your favorite cereal.
Jamey P (gb) wrote: I don't know what was more amazing, Thorton's direction or his portrayal of Karl. Spectacular film making. Ritter as a supporting actor also turns in an amazingly strong performance as does the rest of the cast. Using movies that are this heavy handed with foreshadowing fall a bit flat/flatter, but Slingblade isn't hampered by letting you see what's coming in the least. Which is also sad because it means the film didn't need to go down the tragic road it does to have the impact it does; it's so strong and complete it could have been a predictable feel good formula film and still felt just as worthwhile with a sappy and happy ending instead of the sad and dark one it foretells from the bear beginning.
Pierluigi P (es) wrote: As in his mighty "Amadeus", Milos Forman again narrates a picaresque drama within aristocratic circles in this adaptation of "Les Liasons Dangereuses". Less energetic and lush than the one directed by Stephen Frears, even with a younger and fresher, cast. Forman bets for a subtler, classier approach and decides to concentrate solely on the tribulations of the character that names the film, finishing it before other characters' fate come to full circle. In my view, a controversial decision that gives the upper hand to Frears' previously released take on the same story.
Brad S (ca) wrote: Cheesy fun if you enjoy the series, otherwise skip it. One of the funniest films in the series with some creative/fun set-pieces. Not a great movie by any means, but I enjoyed watching it again.
James R (au) wrote: One of Jess Franco's comparatively good films, full of softcore lesbian vampirism and flagrant zoom-lens abuse, blessed by that famous soundtrack, and clearly not troubled by any suggestion that it should possess such basic features as coherence, logic or pacing.
Orlok W (ru) wrote: A B-17 crew arrives in Hawaii the morning of the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor and then chases the enemy fleet to a showdown in the Phillipines--It's a richly textured work, with several sub-narratives weaved into one another... Tail gunner without a tail gun!!
David D (nl) wrote: THIS MOVIE WAS GREAT CRITICS DIDNT LIKE IT MUCH TO FRIGGIN BAD. IT WAS THE BALLS. MAYBE YOU SHOULD WATCH SOMETHING MORE YOUR SPEED LIKE CHARLOTTS WEB OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT.
Andy K (ru) wrote: Even though I love period pieces like this, I can't give this film any more than a couple of stars. It was pretty bad. The film tried so hard to have a gritty and dark atmosphere, but it just didn't. Mainly because of the directing and camerawork which seemed very lazy to me. There was no creativity in the directing which is exactly what this film needed to be able to capture the atmosphere that it wanted so desperately. Also, Nick Nolte's character, Max Hoover, came off way too strong and unbelievable. I know he's supposed to be this badass LA homicide detective, but there's a few parts in the movie where he just does the stupidest shit, and at that point I just stopped caring about his character and the movie as a whole. The first act of the film was actually very good, especially the opening scene, but it all went downhill from there. The climax was laughably bad when it decided to be an action movie for 5-10 minutes, and the last words of the actual murderer were so horribly delivered and it honestly made me laugh pretty hard. Which is sad because he was trying so hard to be dramatic. I suppose I should say some good things about this film, because there are some. The witty dialog between the detectives was great, the first act, and Nick Nolte's suits. Eh, I guess that's it.
Sterlin R (us) wrote: With horrible acting, bad story, and disgusting CGI, "Spy Kids" is a silly excuse for a kids movie.