When a friend of Charlie's is found kicked to death by his own race horse on board a Honolulu-bound liner, the detective discovers foul play and uncovers an international gambling ring. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Charlie Chan at the Race Track
When a friend of Charlie's is found kicked to death by his own race horse on board a Honolulu-bound liner, the detective discovers foul play and uncovers an international gambling ring.
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Farah R (nl) wrote: I hoped there would be something genuine and fresh to see in The Borderlands but unfortunately, it's nothing but a train wreck of mediocre performances, absurd theories, and worn-out scares.
Karsh D (de) wrote: Tries hard to be a new Shaun of the Dead but ends up in the same category as Lesbian Vampire Killers. Probably missed a load of "in" science fiction jokes which would have helped me to enjoy this a bit more than I did.
Chris G (de) wrote: A solid piece of agit-prop on one of the greatest frauds of our age...Brave New Films cinematographer Richard Ray Perez and fellow film maker Joan Sekler teamed up with Oscar-nominated veteran editor William Haugse (??Hoop Dreams??) for this fascinating little muck-racking expose which picked up numerous awards on the festival circuit and was the first of the ??Un-trilogy?? from Exec. Producer Robert Greenwald.The first part exposes the underhand tactics used by Secretary of State of Florida Katherine Harris to remove mainly Black voters from the electoral roll, the second part chronicles the turbulent recount process eventually blocked by a US Supreme Court ruling and a 2004 epilogue reveals the dangers of computer balloting.Danny Glover provides a curiously stilted 2004 framing for the film, sparsely narrated by Peter Coyote, which is driven by revealing interviews with journalists, such as the great Greg Palast and Jake Tapper, as well as those, such as election supervisors Pam Iorio and Ion Sancho, who were actually caught up in the fraud.The debut filmmakers wisely chose to eschew editorialising themselves and rely instead on the interviewees to drive and shape the story which as well as racking Katherine Harris over the coals ensures that the politically motivated ruling of the Supreme Court and the anti-democratic decisions of Al Gore do not go un-scrutinized in a solid piece of agit-prop.??The identity of the loser is perfectly clear.??
Jessica B (fr) wrote: This seems like it should have been a solid movie. The characters are all there, and they stay true (mostly) to their personalities. The side characters are there and stay true to themselves, but the plot of this whole thing...why this? Why did the fans get this? Why didn't we get the one everyone wanted? The one about Arnold finally finding his parents. That's the movie everyone wanted; that's the story everyone wanted to be told. This just seems like a whole bunch of Hey Arnold episode ideas rolled into one. It's not bad, it's just not what anyone was expecting, and I mean that in a bad way. The whole plot of this movie is just the basic 'save the town/store/club/school/band/whatever' story, one that Hey Arnold had already done at least three times over. My other overall problem with this film is the message, because that was something Hey Arnold was actually good at. Here it seems like the message was actually 'Change is bad, let things dilapidate with no updates whatsoever and leave it all alone' but I'm pretty sure what they wanted to get across was 'Don't fix what isn't broken' or 'Just because it's old doesn't mean it's bad' or even 'Progress for the sake of progress is wrong'. It just comes out completely confused and muddled. And the humor at times was wrong, and the focus of the movie is wrong. I mean, just look at the ending: who cares if the bus driver with the one leg learned to care about people again and got back together with his girlfriend? He was never a prominent character! Why was time wasted on his development like that was a long standing problem throughout the series?! It wasn't! And even the moment fans were waiting for was done terribly wrong and felt completely rushed. Yes, the moment Helga finally confessed her love for Arnold. And it sucked. She just turns into a simpering sap for the rest of the third act, then immediately rescinds her confession, therefore making the entire thing pointless! And that brings me to my final point: this movie was pointless. Why did this get the greenlight? Why didn't the creators just make the movie they knew everyone wanted, the one they had been leading up to? This movie accomplished nothing! It wasn't to introduce anything, it wasn't to wrap up anything, and it wasn't even to create anything new. It was nothing. The only thing mildly interesting about this film is the villain; sort of a 'Big Brother is watching' type of guy. In a couple of scenes he actually managed to be slightly intimidating, especially when he used that level voice of his, he sounded so smooth. In reality if he's been introduced in the series and given time to grow he might have been something to remember, but instead he just kind of shrivels and dies here. There isn't even a big face off between him and Arnold. He actually almost acts like a sidekick to the real villain in a sense, because he rarely interacts with the main character, and so the viewer never gets to know him or why we should even care about who he is. There's a million other things wrong with this movie, but I can't write that much, even though I want to. My point is: this movie should have never been made, the creators should have made the movie they themselves were building up to. It was one of those rare moments that they should have given the people exactly what they wanted. And it was a terrible end to a wonderful tv series.
Les S (it) wrote: I love most movie's about money hustlers
Zachary Y (ru) wrote: very average film. instead of watching it just go buy Bruce Springsteen's Born to Run album. Afterall, people only watch it for the music.
Cas M (it) wrote: "Infamy, infamy, they've all got it in for me!" one of the best one liners in a movie ever ...
Nicholas L (jp) wrote: Great special effects and a lot a nostalgic moments make "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea" a fun submarine flick.
Zachary M (ru) wrote: It's like a dream. I bizarre, haunting, and yet compelling dream. Like a lot of Dracula adaptations, this takes place in a world that seems so unrealistic that it could never have happened, and maybe that's the point. Where else but in a dream could such mesmerizing and fantastical things happen? Only in a dream, or a Werner Herzog film, of course.
horse c (ag) wrote: Mindless Drivel of the Worst Kind
Dano The Preposterous Bard (de) wrote: A little known gothic tale that borrows aspects of noir and musical cinema and 80fies it into a morality tale. Great performances in paticular by Dalton, and Pryce. Twiggys little musical number is out of place but light hearted enough to intensify her danger later. Some genuinely creepy and disturbing scenes...but nothing to turn the lights on for.