A mild-mannered deli clerk finally gets a second chance to pursue his high school sweetheart, a notorious female professional wrestler, when she returns for their ten-year reunion.

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Chokeslam torrent reviews

Mike S (it) wrote: Couldn't quite give this 3 stars. If this film was made in 1989. then by all means it is easily a 4 star film. Let's be honest folks, the imagination can't quite put together two sagging old men to escape a prison like this. The film had potential, but, the casting could have been so much better. I thought the plot was very fresh and the length of the film was ideal, but, fuck, the casting was terrible. It's a one thumb up for me unfortunately.

Nitan B (mx) wrote: cute. although i really didn't like the actress

TJ P (mx) wrote: This is one of my favorites. An excellent mix of drama and action. Denzel Washington played Alonzo at his best and it made the movie in many respects..

Joe E (ca) wrote: This movie is a nice underdog story. With that said the plot seems a bit outlandish. but the performances keep the movie going. But the real problem is the fact that the movie leads to nowhere. It has no ending, or at least one we wanted.

Peter D (jp) wrote: One of Nicolas Cage's finest films. This thriller might be highly predictable, but it's neo-noir setting and the chemistry of the cast makes it work almost to perfection, even if you can guess everything that's about to happen.

Fong K (ag) wrote: A laugh-out-loud mockumentary that wickedly pokes fun at celebrity gossip, psychiatry and the inert conformists in all us with a yarn about a "human chameleon".

Hannah M (ag) wrote: Seeing these people at 7, then at 14, and now again at 21, what's interesting to me is how *few* of them have actually deviated from the plans they laid out for themselves in the earlier installments. The standout is Neil Hughes, who cut a decidedly new path when he left school because he felt he needed to "get away." I found myself extremely interested in how these people were going to progress over the next 7 years.

Nick M (it) wrote: Good gods. I never thought that Hades would be so...poorly green-screened