Surfing charters are meant to be a trip to Paradise. With six male surfers stuck on a boat, there's bound to be some friction. When two of the surf crew are replaced at the last minute with girls - the heat is turned way up. The one single girl on board - SAM - enjoys the attention. She has Bull and Rob wrapped around her finger. The frustrated, psychotic, Bull soon decides, "she'll get what she's asking for" and molests her. Outraged, the others abandon him on an island, but the ever-determined Bull returns, and takes control of the boat. He attacks the crew and holds them hostage. He harasses Sam and tortures the others. It's a nightmare battle of wits, on board the yacht, as the five imprisoned friends must survive the fury of the psycho at the helm.
Writer:Adam Blaiklock, Matt Tomaszewski, Joe Velikovsky
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Ian G (de) wrote: Noah Baumbach and Jake Paltrow sit down with the great 70's directors era filmmaker Brian DePalma to essentially do a blow by blow account of both his career and his life influences that have drived his career, from his most notable influences in the French New Wave, Hitchcock and Kubrick, to the influence intentional or not of his father the orthopedic surgeon and how his bringing his son to observe some of the surgeries influenced the bloodiness of his pictures, and most notable some of his studio battles to rally against the ratings board and studios to prevent harsh ratings and cuts to allow for his vision to have the widest possible releases knowing that once they are out their in public domain, especially once they have some distance from the tastes of the time the audience can be objective. Also it is interesting albeit touched on briefly his experiences esssentially being marginaiized as a filmmaker once the big Hollywood pictures became much bigger, previsiualized and pixelated, and having to go to Europe to pursue the types of films he really wanted to make which has led essentially to only 3 new releases since his last big film Mission to Mars. Would have been cool to dwell a little more on that and also hearing some of his gang like Steven, Martin or George commenting on his career as well for a rounded perspective. Otherwise a cool look at his career and what got made and abandoned projects under his watch.
Robert I (gb) wrote: Lame follow up. The two leads return, but the material just isn't as strong for them. Buck also returns, but his storyline isn't worth mentioning. I was pretty disappointed by this sequel.
Johan S (mx) wrote: The best songwriter that ever lived
Khurram A (it) wrote: One star just for sanjay Dutt...
Erich G (br) wrote: This movie is a piece of garbage it should never had been made in the first place. It is not worthy to be a part of the crow franchise.
u can call me Z (ca) wrote: This movie was awesome..hehe;P
Joseph H (br) wrote: I dont care to watch.
Dave J (mx) wrote: Tuesday, May 3, 2011 (2001) Mostly Martha (In German with English subtitles) DRAMA Basically the story is on a self-centered, ego-centric top female chief speaking to a shrink and then the film dwells on the reavaluation and the purpose to see him in the first place! As the film progresses, she ends up looking after her sister's only child who was accidently killed is when her life beomes complicated! The film starts on a very tiresome conventional introduction for the first 40 minutes by showcasing Martha act like a touchy bitch, and the situations don't become interesting until she coincides or collided with another new chief who is Italian and perhaps the opposite of her! The problem with this film is that although she's an awesome cook and a top chief, the film doesn't dwell too much on why she doesn't eat so much on her own cooking, even though everything looks very appetizing since it's amore of a psychological thing! The audience has to figure it out for themselves and the reason is somewhat unmemorable to say the least, but what is fascinating about this film is that the film involves food and cooking in another type of expression I've never experienced before but the effect dosen't appear to be any big deal even as you start watching it! If you like films of this multitude such as "Babette's Feast" and "Eat Drink Man Woman", you might be able to like this film as well except this film doesn't dwell enough on cooking as much as one would like to see- at least not as much as the two aformentioned I just mentioned! 3 out of 4
Kris L (au) wrote: Quirky movie about how 1 act of being unfaithful ruined a bunch of lives. The ending was nice and Marisa Tomei was excellent.
Pamela H (ca) wrote: similar to happy-go-lucky in that nothing really happens. but nice little character study.
Joseph S (kr) wrote: very cool movie. first time i watched it i hadn't seen ghost in the shell, but now i'm watching it again, i can see the similarities.
Jen L (de) wrote: The best part of this whole movie is seeing Leslie Neilson Playing a rapist. Ahhh, fond memories.
Matt F (ca) wrote: Christine Lahti steals the movie.
Patrick L (ag) wrote: The third film and the worst of the three, the first two being more enjoyable though this one also has its moments but really lowers the bar of good taste to the point of bad taste. By the end of the film, one is tired of hearing the Sheriff's son say "Daddy"...definitely a low point for Jerry Reed and Jackie Gleason and I am not sure why or don't remember why Sally and Burt weren't in this film but I am sure they are glad they weren't in it.Jerry Reed takes on the role of The Bandit with an aw shucks admiration for his friend (whose absence we never learn about) while he picks up a blonde companion in Colleen Camp who does her best with a largely invisible role as a tagalong companion. The stunts are not necessarily better and the same villains return with largely uninspired pranks to play on the Bandit. There is more ogling and generally this film had me thinking that I don't want to keep this three film collection, though if I do I probably will just watch the first two films when I feel like doing so. 1/10
Tracie S (fr) wrote: It's Elvis...he's great in everything.
Michael L (gb) wrote: This film, like most of Berkeley's, was made to showcase his incredible song and dance numbers. Because of this, the story is very weak. But, like I said, incredible song and dance.
Michael N (es) wrote: kick ass movie funny action it has it all!
Montana L (nl) wrote: This is the most primaly terrifying movie I have seen in my life.