The story of two men on different sides of a prison riot -- the inmate leading the rebellion and the young guard trapped in the revolt, who poses as a prisoner in a desperate attempt to survive the ordeal. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The story of two men on different sides of a prison riot -- the inmate leading the rebellion and the young guard trapped in the revolt, who poses as a prisoner in a desperate attempt to survive the ordeal.
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Jennifer L (au) wrote: This movie is definitely a must see. Critics are definitely right that it is exposing big pharma and the flaws within the medical paradigm. This is something America needs to wake up and open their eyes to. I disagree that it poses no solution other than "go to your local chiropractor." It is giving the masses the POWER of CHOICE: Follow the medical model down the spiraling path that we've seen doesn't work, or try some "alternative" or "unconventional" health care that is actually cheaper and more effective with less risk!
Kevin R (de) wrote: I was raped. Carla Moran and her family are tormented by a demon ghost that haunts her house and sporadically rapes her (sometimes in front of her children). Carla seeks help from psychologists, super natural experts, and friends. Some think the occurrences are from her troubled childhood, wild imagination, or she's just plain making it up; but as each entity investigates her claims, it becomes more and more apparent that she is telling the truth. "I am going to cooperate with him." Sidney Furie, director of Iron Eagle I, II & IV; Superman IV; Ladybugs; Hollow Point; American Soldiers; and Conduct Unbecoming, delivers The Entity. The storyline for this picture is very good and reminded me slightly of the original Poltergeist. The acting is outstanding and I love Barbara Hershey's performance. The cast also includes Ron Solver, Allan Rich, George Coe, Margaret Blye, and David Laboisa. "You are definitely not insane." The Entity was a movie a friend recently brought to town that I had never seen (or even heard of). I was thoroughly intrigued by this entire picture. The use of the music was amazing and Hershey's performance was brilliant. If you are a fan of the horror genre you have to see this movie and it is worth adding to your DVD collection. "Hysteria is contagious." Grade: A-
Joshua D (br) wrote: Looks interesting.... "Degeneration" was ok and in comparison to W.S. Andersons Movies actually pretty good, so I hope this will be good to.
Justine S (it) wrote: This movie was so bad. And it's so disappointing seeing as the book series wasn't so bad. The movie was fast paced yet droned on. It was humourless, dry, and flat. The dialogue was horrible, the actors weren't at all connected to the story. It was such a mess. It had no correlation. They would use quotes from the book in the worst moments or in moments that didn't make sense. They did stick to plot of the original book however.
Ryan W (mx) wrote: I don't know how this movie was so poorly rated from the critics. They must've turned it off 20 mins into the movie. This was a brilliant movie and anyone who disagrees is obviously blind and has no sense. One of the critics said they didn't see where everything added up at the end. Are you kidding me?!!! It all made perfect sense! They will rate a good movie bad and a bad movie good most the time. How ridiculous! At least the users have good taste in this movie! Good job to all the users that rated this a good movie!
Nalini S (ru) wrote: could not even get through the first 20 minutes! unbelievably boring and confusing!
Grant S (fr) wrote: Great documentary on the most unsung heroes of music. As is mentioned in the movie, and anywhere you see them mentioned, The Funk Brothers played on more Number 1 singles than the Beatles, Rolling Stones, Beach Boys and Elvis Presley combined. Yet hardly anyone has heard of them. I certainly hadn't, and my musical knowledge is pretty good. (Though, admittedly, I do lean more towards rock than soul).This documentary examines the history of the Funk Brothers, and also has some made-for-the-movie performances by them, complete with vocals by luminaries such as Ben Harper, Bootsy Collins, Joan Collins, Chaka Khan.The documentary part is well done, covering all the important aspects of their history, as well as interviewing the surviving members. Musical performances are great.A must-see for a Motown fan, or anyone interested in the history of music.
Teppy l (ru) wrote: I just wish I knew why they acted as they did.
Joe D (au) wrote: I'm a Mormon myself, and I will say that most Mormon movies are pretty terrible. But this one does not deserve to be in the same category. Great story, great acting, great moody feeling, and the ending blew my mind. I would recommend this to anyone that likes a good psychological thriller.
Mikael H (mx) wrote: No commentary, minimal cutting, non-intrusive but incredibly revealing and above all, raw - this stylized black and white documentary about a world living beneath another world is completely immersive.
Lewis E (br) wrote: Nice to see an old-school comedy again which, for better and for worse, fully embraces its stupidity right the way through. It could conceivably be interpreted as a one-note stoner comedy....actually let's be honest it is, but if you're a pothead or a Dave Chappelle fan then you're bound to find at least some parts of this hilarious. Luckily I am a member of one of these categories.
Karen S (de) wrote: Nice movie. The little girl was great. The main focus is family relationships.
Rich A (ru) wrote: Not pretty but definitely gritty. Loads of well known faces. Very British old school film
Jussi H (ca) wrote: Novels and comic books were better.
Matt D (br) wrote: What really makes this film work for me is the amazing aerial photography throughout the film. Most notably in an aerial chase sequence that goes through the storm drains in Los Angeles. Roy Scheider is Officer Frank Murphy, a police chopper pilot who is recruited to be the test pilot for a new prototype helicopter known as Blue Thunder. Of course not is all as it appears as Murphy and his observer, Richard Lymangood (Daniel Stern), uncover a conspiracy of murder that leads straight back to the prototype helicopter. The film does have the odd plot hole but you can forgive them when you look at the grandiose final act which involves a lot of aerial photography. The films plot is not strong but what holds the film together is some great performances from the key cast members including one of Warren Oates' last performance. I mentioned earlier on about the aerial photography and the reason that was mentioned first is because it is that impressive. You can tell that director John Badham wanted to have fun with the aerial sequences and the photography really has you on the edge of your seat at times as the camera gets very close to "the danger zone". If you're a fan of high tech thrillers and films about helicopters then this will be a real treat.
Joel T (br) wrote: The ultimate tough guy shows he can play the other side of the law just as effectively. The romantic element slows the film down a bit, but Cagney's character sets the bar for many "maverick special agent" roles for years to come.
Ian M (de) wrote: Well acted by Dougray Scott, but that doesn't make up for a flimsy script meaning there is a dull storyline. Such a shame. Let's hope someone can actually make a decent movie of the classic story at some point.