Cherrybomb

Cherrybomb

Cherry Bomb follows teenagers Luke, Malachy, and Michelle as they embark on a wild weekend of drink, drugs, shop-lifting and stealing cars. But what starts out as a game turns deadly serious when the three discover that they can't get off the wild ride they've set in motion.

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Gary G (us) wrote: Fun, silly formulatic 80's C. Thomas Howell vehicle about a law student entering a volleyball tournament. I swear I kept watching because I thought the new best-friend who runs the dead celebrity tours was gay and was going to come out. He never did. LOL. It was still a fun ride though.

Kevin M (au) wrote: it is a perfectly good movie and it is entertaining

David M (mx) wrote: One of the best and most tragically underrated of all fantasy films. Faithful in spirit but not in letter to R. E. Howard's short fiction, it at least captures the bleak brutality, unyeilding warrior ethos, political incorrectness, and philosophical depth of his vision, without a shred of post-modern irony. The sets are amazing, and Basil Poledoris' phenomenal orchestral score is among the best ever written.

Greg W (it) wrote: for me one of his better Bond outings

Bradley M (jp) wrote: This edition in the series was gory and showed us new demons but that was about it. Should have had a better story.

Tristan M (es) wrote: After seeing the reviews I didn't have a whole lot of great expectations for this one, but I have to say I was surprised. Of you think really hard into what's going on you will find some basic flaws. The police don't do anything, which makes it nice for our main characters, who don't play the good guys or heroes. They take Heineken, he sits in a room that is cleverly built, and for the rest of the movie, family issues ensue, along with feeding Heineken, and members losing confidence in what they were doing. The pace is actually good, the plot is interesting and keeps up interest, and the acting is pretty good. The action is ok, the cops suck at everything and can't hit anything so it's never a fair fight. I have no idea how this played out in real life, I don't doubt the amount of time it took, or how they were caught or split up, but it does feel altered for the sake of film. Overall the movie does depict, to the best of my knowledge, well, and if not it does a good job of making it feel that way. The ending it good, wraps it up well, without lose ends. Was actually impressed with this one, and am curious to look into this historical event.

Jeff L (gb) wrote: Interesting documentary about the importance of film preservation and the role of the National Film Registry in that process. Ironically though, the documentary feels redundant. Isn't the fact that a government funded program is preserving films a testament to the importance and widespread appreciation for film preservation?

Daniel S (de) wrote: A witless, nonsensical mess of sub-Tales from the Crypt schlock (but without Tales from the Crypt's sense of fun). This one entertains a rough impression of a framing device, like the previous two films in the series, except it doesn't actually do anything to tie itself to any of the short films shown (with one exception). That's right - the framing device doesn't actually FRAME anything. One of the shorts even lurches clumsily between documentary, found footage, and regular "the camera is just a floating ghost held by nobody in particular" style film. The parallel dimension short is just cryptic and strange enough to be interest-holding, but its bit of creativity on offer is completely washed out when a later short shifts between "boring YouTube skate video" and "boring horrible video game."

Leena L (br) wrote: While waiting the Black Mass film on Whitey Bulger to come out I went down to the darkness of intrigue, cover up, corruption and organized crime. Watch this and you get paranoid, and start wondering about a lot of things, or not. Things often are not what they seem.... Truly a fascinating documentary, which concentrates on the alleged relationship between Bulger and the FBI, not so much on his crimes as such. Worthy of your 2 hours easily!