Two girls pose as hookers for a sorority initiation, then turn into zombies and eat their neighbors.
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Bill B (fr) wrote: Like all great rivalries, this one starts off low key and escalates quickly. It's a fun enough romp, and I have to admit to being something of a mark for the corny titled ones like this; I'd have been in trouble in the '50s with all the crazy atomic scare titles, ending up living in a theater watching bad movies.Rental.
Durk C (us) wrote: This is the perfect way to develop a character driven by drama, plus a great way to storytelling the process to become a Hero, great cast, great performances, a really visionary directorand a great "origin movie" for a hero
Tiberio S (kr) wrote: For more than an hour we are seduced by glitz, glamour, dance, joy, fun, games, music - it's a trip. The second hour is arguably another genre, radically turning on us as the consequences of falling from a peak are met.Mark Wahlberg is sensational; incredibly focused, vivid in his portrayal, consistent to the attitudes of the story, but always entertaining. He gives the fight with his mom a comical twist that could hardly be given any direction beyond what the performance must intuitively know in order to get that idea across; he's determinedly present. In the faux coke-dealing scene scene at Rahad's (Alfred Molina), there's this hopeless gaze that comes over his face as he realizes the impasse of his circumstance, which we all feel as an audience; the situation is absurd, and the odds of escape don't look good. Look at his eyes, they numb over, each moving off in different directions - I'd imagine that could only happen to a person caught in such a situation in real life, but to act this seems impossible. He also develops a strong independent activity in the form of a few karate moves that thread him through key points of the picture, including a hilarious award ceremony, and a brilliant homage to Raging Bull's ending in front of the mirror. Watching Eddie develop as Dirk Diggler, once gets the sense that as we are all truly born to do something in life, most definitely Eddie is a pornographic godsend.I love that this giant 13" protrusion in Dirk's pants is left to the imagination until the very end of the picture. My compliments to the whole third act finale, which neatly tied up everyone's story in a way that so many films frustratingly leave unresolved. It's really perfect, and a nice little comeback from some pretty awful circumstances. It makes the film less judgmental, that we could get behind these characters and actually see them end up okay, a nice little family.Anderson's staging is amongst the best in the history of the craft, with long camera moves, but no wasted space between tracking/dolly moves, quickly picking up the action of the next set of characters, getting into their vibe, their story, and getting a sense of how interconnected everybody is.What an amazing cast all around. Don Cheadle as Buck Swope achieves a total presence through the relation of his various appearances, the 80s New Years party Rick James look being my favorite. This is when everything is budding for changes, including Buck and the girl who will eventually be by his side - they are losing interest in this business and want to do something more legitimate. A new mustached character is introduced, one who will lead Dirk and Reed down a dark, godforsaken path. And then there's the culmination of Little Bill's (William H Macy) crisis with his cuckolding wife, which perfectly transitions us into the next phase of the film.
Lateef R (kr) wrote: very disturbing and sad.
Sarah W (mx) wrote: Best movie of all time I thought this movie was more resent when I watched it I thought it was done in 2000-2007 I just found out this amazing man Chris Farley dies the same year I was born I think he is the most amazing man on this earth I love him lots RIP we lost you too soon
Devon M (es) wrote: Dunder headed, but great in that same prospect.
Justin T (br) wrote: A solid horror/slasher flick. Well acted and somewhat good story.
El M (ca) wrote: One of my alltime favourites!!
Tracey c (jp) wrote: Excitement,adventure,derring-do and courage in the war-torn skies over nortnern Europe are "the right stuff"for this pulse-pounding World War 11 air drama.Two Academy Award" winners headline the sold cast: Cliff Robertson (Best Actor,charly ,1968) and George Chakiris (Best Supporting Actor,West Sidestory 1961). Robertson,an avid flyer in real life,plays a combat-weary pilot whose R.A.F Squardron is ordered on an apparent suicide mission to destory a Nazi rocket fuel plant - tucked deep into a Norwegian fjord. Chakiris portrays a resistance fighter whose fate numbers among the many ironies in the expertly written screenplay. To make the film,which is based on a true story a squadron of legendaryMosquito flighter-bombers was resurrected from near extinction.Dazzling fly-ing sequences bone-shaking sound and superb special effects help make this one of the most realistic air combat films ever to reach the screen.
Joyce R (ca) wrote: Jeanne Moreau in this movie is a study in feminine power and seduction. The lead, Stanley Baker, was HORRIBLE and ruined the overall effect for me.
Julia O (nl) wrote: I love Josh Radnor in HIMYM so I really wanted to love this movie, but there wasn't enough of a plot.
Cathy M (es) wrote: I loved the movie!!! It's exciting and focused. My only issue was never knowing the motivation of the driver. But that in no way effects the movies flow. Stellar performances!!
michael t (es) wrote: The Movie of all-time.