When two good-natured but rebellious young boys stumble across an abandoned cop car hidden in a secluded glade they decide to take it for a quick joyride. But things only get worse when the small town sheriff goes looking for his missing car. The kids find themselves in the center of a deadly game of cat and mouse they don';t understand and the only way out is to go as fast as their cop car can take them. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Maivy L (us) wrote: Could have been better at some parts: sometimes, I couldn't understand a thing Strangeglove and Fishlips were saying, but for the most part, it was a very action-packed, suspenseful, and entertaining. If Mind Candy does decide to make another Moshi Monsters movie, I recommend making the characters talk slower (I'm 12 and I could barely understand Strangeglove's words; how would a 5 year old?) and adding in some more suspenseful music to keep the audience on edge.
Kent L (it) wrote: I would have given this film a 4.5 rating because of the great fight sequences and an ok storyline for the main character, but the crap ending and the depressing hooker storyline dragged this film down to a 3, makes wonder if they did this on purpose so that they would easily be able to top Fatal Contact with the next Wu Jing film, or were they afraid that Wu Jing won't be able to sell as good as the old timers (Jackie Chan, Jet Li, Sammo Hung and Donnie Yen?) Well, whatever it is this film certainly showed Wu Jing is the next Jet Li and can hold a main character role. Anyway great acting from Wu Jing, his character has a real good guy feel, the rest of the cast were pretty lame, wire work is used in this film but it isn't used in a clumsy way, and isn't as obviouse as some other films. A way better film with Wu Jing is Invisible Target which in my opinion topped Flashpoint as the best action HK film of 2007.
Kenny O (jp) wrote: Gee this was a powerful movie!!!!
Leslie R (jp) wrote: An intelligent, resolutely unHollywood police drama. Smart and well-acted.
Kera M (nl) wrote: Goes really well with Hofstadter's "I Am a Strange Loop."
Leslie R (ca) wrote: Hi, I watch this last week when my computer was mess up and it was a cute movie despite I thought I watch it before. Lea Thompson was pretty good to me as a worried wort mostly this was set in the 80's when AIDS and other diseases was the main focus in this movie she was mostly scared on getting that while her friend play by Victoria Jackson was just wanted a guy to like her for who she is (she plays mostly the friend that didn't get hardly any dates Lea play mostly the popular woman). They get tried of staying around there town so they go to a health resort to find the Mr. right in this movie some of it was corny (you can tell it was set in the 80's the hairstyles and the acting too). Andrew Dice Clay was pretty funny to trying to hit on Lea character too in this movie. All in all it was a cute movie that tries not to be too funny and mostly how men and women feels about each other too.
James M (br) wrote: The true story of Karen Silkwood, a metallurgy worker at a Texas chemical plant who campaigned against her company to provide safer measures against exposure to plutonium and it's carcinogenic effects.The movie itself has a TV movie feel to it, with low-key direction by Mike Nichols, but the trio of performances from Meryl Streep as Karen, Kurt Russell as her boyfriend & Cher as her lesbian housemate make this movie eminently watchable. It's like Erin Brockovich from the 1980's.One little criticism is maybe due to hindsight and probably wasn't a big deal in 1983 when the movie was made, but it concerns the way Karen Silkwood is a habitual chain smoker. She smokes in every scene. Even when sitting with a union campaigning against the dangers of plutonium and it's potential cancers. It just seemed like Ronald McDonald campaigning against the dangers of eating fast food.Nevertheless, a very good biopic and a unique insight into the unscrupulous practices of a nuclear plant.
Sean V (au) wrote: An excellent film examining life on the home front during WWII. The perfect casting (Claudette Colbert, Shirley Temple, Joseph Cotton) and carefully crafted story engrosses you into the story. Everyone has seen Saving Private Ryan. More people need to see this film because of how clearly it delves into the meaning of sacrifice and the culture of 1940s America. It beautifully captures elements of domestic life during war (uncertainty, despair, hope, and courage) that we experience to this day.
Greg W (ca) wrote: my fave screwball comedy in hawk's skillful hands is just genius
Rodney P (ca) wrote: Ugh....another classic from Cage.