This film shows people with constant psychological and social conflicts: the violence among outlaws, conflicts between man and woman, police and society.
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Erik D (ru) wrote: Uneven at times, and straight out unexplanatory to some degree. But you know what? That's fine, it doesn't aim to be anything else. When it's good, it's really good. To all of us growing up in a small community as the misunderstood blackmetal sheep.
Steve R (ru) wrote: A great little animated short film with a dark theme and some anime-inspired artwork. Also check out Green Arrow, The Spectre and Superman & Shazam: The Return of Black Adam.
Jocelyn R (us) wrote: I really enjoyed this movie.
Jen M (us) wrote: Tom Selleck and Ellen DeGeneres was both two wonderful people, and they were just great. They could have made this story better, but it had nice surroundings and atmosphere and great actors, in was just the story they could've changed, improved a bit .Kate Capshaw and Tom Everett Scott was also great. So were all others in this movie.
Jessica G (gb) wrote: A young and spunky Sandra Oh goes against asian american stereotypes and breaks the mold. very inspiring.
Ed Fucking H (nl) wrote: A pretty amusing and entertaining "animal invasion" horror movie, ala Jaws, but taking place in the Austrailian Outback and dealing with an oversized mutant hog. Opening scene, a grandfather loses his grandchild to the beast. He is put on trial as nobody believes his story of an oversized Razorback Hog, but ultimately his charges are dropped due to lack of sufficient evidence that he was responsible. A few years later an American journalist goes to the outback to do a story on the plight of Kangaroos in the area. However she soons runs into the ghastly hog and meets an unfortunate fate, but not before having a run in with two horny hillbillies. This brings the womans husband to the outback to find out what went wrong. Eventually he has a run in with the beast as well, thus leading to the movies final showdown. This was actually the second time I had seen this and I think I enjoyed it a little more the first time, where I saw it on TV at a friends house over beers and spliffs. In the end it still wasn't very memorbale, but a lot more entertaining that time around. I think the movie suffers due to unoriginality and Austrailians seeming inability to take anything seriously. That being said this is still amusing, I just don't think it's anything overly exceptional. A good movie to watch with friends over beers I suppose, but nothing really special either. Still worth a watch for fans of 80's camp horror and horror comedies.
Grant S (au) wrote: Mildly interesting, but ultimately nothing new here, and went nowhere. Funny in parts, but that's about it.