Tuscany, August 1944: the Allies have just entered Florence, Italy is devasted by the war, and the people are hungry. "Dieci", who claims to have been a boxer and a manager, gathers a group... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Tuscany, August 1944: the Allies have just entered Florence, Italy is devasted by the war, and the people are hungry. "Dieci", who claims to have been a boxer and a manager, gathers a group...
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Terry H (de) wrote: This was just horrible
Dov D (ca) wrote: In the directing/writing team of Joe Smalley, Tess Smalley, and Ian Holt's first attempt at filmmaking, they have (hopefully inadvertently) birthed unto this world a heinous abomination of odious content and nearly insurmountable egregiousness. Why did I write out the names of those involved? Because they must be held accountable for this monolithic cataclysm infecting unsuspecting viewers. Did I know if this was there first attempt at filmmaking? Nope, but if it's not, I don't think even they deserve the humiliation that would entail. Surprisingly, I'm going to echo the one critic to endure through this shipwreck by saying that the first ten to fifteen minutes looked pretty good, and by good, I of course mean horrendous, but incredible by the "standards" set in the rest of Episode 50. But congratulations!! the wretchedness of your cinematic excretion has earned a spot on my list of the worst films of all time, along with such reprehensible rubbish as Darkness Falls, Dracula 3000, The Fourth Kind, Shark Night 3D, Aeon Flux, 2-Headed Shark Attack, Grown Ups 1&2, Jack And Jill, Apartment 143, Super Cyclone, Silent Hill: Revelation, Grave Encounters 2, One For The Money, Resident Evil: Retribution, Prom Night, What To Expect When You're Expecting, Saw 2 3 4 5 6 3D, [rec]3 Genesis, Mega Shark Vs Crocosaurus, The Lucky One, The Last Will And Testament Of Rosalind Leigh, The Devil Inside, Transformers: Dark Of The Moon, The Bay, Act Of Valor, R.I.P.D. Storage 24, and The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence)... Don't worry though, Episode 50 is far from being the worst film ever made. That abysmal distinction goes to the one and only Mr. Jingles. Compared to that, Episode 50 is Oscar worthy... So take solace in that, since it's probably the only thing you can at this point. Bottom line, this doesn't deserve a bottom line, but just in case someone hasn't gotten the message yet, DO NOT WATCH THIS MOVIE.
Dave C (nl) wrote: "He's more mosquito than man."An entertaining tale of a prisoner who is exposed to a dose of radiation in a lab experimenting with mosquitos and then begins to transform into a giant mosquito. The best way to describe this film is to compare it with the last part of the 1986 remake of The Fly. Some of the special effects are quite good, and if they had spent a bit more time with the convict and what he is going through this could have been a decent film. It gets a solid three stars thanks to a good idea, that line and as always some fun deaths.
familiar s (nl) wrote: The story sounds interesting on paper and does succeed in grabbing your interest in the initial moments. But over-drama replaces action and adventure as the story unfolds. I've no problem with some emotional quotient, but the film goes completely overboard its genre and loses its track. The melodrama gave the feeling of "been there, seen it all", and not in a pleasant manner. Having said that, I'd like to add that unlike "Julia's Eyes", it didn't make my head spin as its after-effects either.
Millo T (de) wrote: Not bad, watchable, but quite light.
Johnathan M (it) wrote: Loved it, PSH is excellent. Great characters and although it's not a feel good movie it does have some funny moments.
Jenny H (ca) wrote: 80's rocker movie - I liked it