Welcome to Elliotsville. It’s like your typical American small town, except the residents are kinda robots. Okay, they’re not so much kinda, they’re pretty much robots. So what happens when you take that set-up and add a gang of sexy female bikers (cause if they were fat and ugly, it just wouldn’t be any fun) and some gun-toting redneck types (I know what you’re thinking: what, there are other types of rednecks?) into the mix?
- Stars:Stacey Dash, Frida Farrell, Monti Domingue, Jessika Brodosi, Eliza Swenson, Kristen Quintrall, Jackey Hall, Laura Futch, Brent Lydic, Paul Le Mat, Collin Galyean, Dean N. Arevalo, Marcus L. Brown, Sofia Karstens, Andre Le,
- Director:Leigh Scott,
- Writer:Leigh Scott (screenplay)
After completing a string of high-profile robberies, a group of beautiful but deadly biker girls led by the fearless Lady (Stacey Dash) collide with a bar full of mysterious robots ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(it) wrote: Pretty good for a last minute Netflix pick. I might have to buy this one.
(it) wrote: An entertaining teen action drama with a likeable cast of characters and a good balance in tone between the light hearted and serious moments. The straightforward plot moves along at a quick pace and builds up suspense as part of the explosive action scenes, but it's all too cleanly cut, especially the ending.
(de) wrote: "men will sit through the most pointless driblle just a the slight chance that a woman will take her top off" - Elaine, while that was true for me for about 40 minutes, after that I just couldnt take it anymore
(au) wrote: I thought it was a great movie with a good story and great performances
(ag) wrote: Mainly for kids, but has this charm to it that keeps me watching it every now and then.
(ag) wrote: First rate all the way. One of the best movies of the last decade that you never heard of.
(ca) wrote: The kiss of the spider woman.
(ru) wrote: A nice atmosphere to this film but the plot is a little to dream world like to really hold attention. Some fair acting and not to shabby but lacks a substantive storyline really.
(nl) wrote: I wish I could watch every movie ever made but I sadly don't have the time. I'm not interested in this movie because I don't think I'll like it or don't know enough about it to think I might like it. I may still end up seeing it some day though.
(fr) wrote: The first one was good, the second okay but this was a waste of film
(ag) wrote: This is a Japanese anime film that I used to enjoy watching during my early childhood. 'Little Nemo: Adventures In Slumberland' tells the tale of Nemo, who receives an invitation - and cookies (mmmm) - to go to Slumberland and play with King Morpheus' princess daughter Camille. Nemo is crowned as a Slumberland prince, and meanwhile, a Nightmare King kidnaps Morpheus, so Nemo and his friends attempt a rescue at Nightmareland. Now this is an animated title that would never get old for years to come...'Little Nemo' is all about song and dreams!
(es) wrote: I think I liked this, even though it is clearly a bad movie that was made on a budget. Effects weren't too bad until the last 15 minutes where they tried to do too much. Whats with not having to search for any of the stones though, they just appear along the route he was travelling anyway.
(kr) wrote: After the mixed bag of "Marnie" and the two mediocre Cold War thrillers, Alfred Hitchcock returns to form and directs a film that proved that even in his old age (his 70s), he was still the Master of Suspense in the 1970s. "Frenzy" marks Hitchcock's final return to filmmaking in his native country, and it is a fantastic thriller. A serial killer is on the loose in London, raping woman, strangling them with his necktie and then ditching their nude bodies. A Regular Joe gets accused of the crime after his ex-wife, and then his current girlfriend, is murdered by the killer (who as it turns out is the accused man's friend). It is a fine thriller with suspense throughout and a nice touch of that classic Hitchcock humor that make his films so memorable. It is also one of the most gruesome and explicit films that great director ever made. After years of insinuation, he decides to play along with the times and shows explicit violence and nudity, it makes the subject matter all the more shocking and frightening. Also, unlike "Marnie", the creep who rapes a woman isn't our hero, which is much more acceptable for me. "Frenzy" is an excellent movie, and I really got a kick out of it.
(au) wrote: I'm a Anthony Hopkins fan and I believe Abbie Cornish has a bright future ahead, however, their presence and skills could not salvage this less than spectacular effort.
(ca) wrote: A 80s John Hughes written film, so you know it's hella solid in the dialogue category. Being the 1st film he directed, I thought it was great being John Hughes 1st. Their are some small side gags that would of been better left out of the movie entirely. Overall didn't hurt the movie too much. It's a fun, very enjoyable, and funny movie.