Rick and Melissa are a pair of young lovers hoping to get out of the slums for good and escape the poverty and crime their families and friends have gotten involved in. All this comes to an end when Rick feels he must rejoin his old gang to avenge the killing of his brother by a rival gang. In the course of getting even, Rick is arrested, leaving Melissa without anyone to protect her. She falls in with a crack dealer and quickly becomes addicted to the drug. When she gets sold to a drug kingpin by a minor dealer to pay off a debt, only Rick can save her.
- Stars:Jim Brown, Anthony Geary, Richard Roundtree, Cher Butler, Angel Tompkins, Clyde Jones, Albert Michel Jr., Heidi Thomas, Kenny Edwards, Joey Green, Jon Greene, T. Rodgers, Louis Rivera, Willie Hernadez, Gregg Thomsen,
- Director:Michael Fischa,
- Writer:Blake Schaffer, Jack Silverman (story)
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(ca) wrote: Interesting story. Nice happy ending.
(de) wrote: Total crap! It's so flat and uninteresting that I almost considered aborting the mission of watching the flick. Just can't see how it is possible to pour more money into that fuck-up Nils Gaup with him putting out stuff like this. Maybe it could have been saved by it's actors, but the story just flunked...annoying stuff.
(us) wrote: Blimey, yet another coming-of-age movie. This one sees home-educated son of hippies take to normal schooling and kinda getting too pally with his homosexual teacher. Brave filmmaking that's well acted and awkward to watch at times but captivating nonetheless.
(it) wrote: well, i sat through this and i get to the end and i'm like "why did i just sit through that?" not that it was bad, it just wasn't really that good either...
(kr) wrote: I kinda want to rate this movie higher because it got really interesting in the last hour or so, but this movie started well, dragged a lot in the middle, then got good again. The movie got interesting when its two main characters (Cornish and Worthington) actually started doing things and affecting each other. The characters were so internal that I really wanted to get to know more about them, and it seemed to be going somewhere in their relationship until it ended, not abruptly I guess, but I feel their arc as characters could've gone farther. I'm not asking for a happy ending or a clean resolution, I was just ready for more, maybe that's a good thing, I don't know. I can't help but feel two big missing opportunities on exploring both of these characters a little more.
(ca) wrote: This is the only one of my favorites that I will readily admit is a "bad" movie. The story is as contrived and shallow as any portion of the series, the humor rarely inspires more than a minor chuckle and the animation is a continuous bombardment of mediocrity with a few moments of grandness and spectacle. Even so, that does not matter to me. It features some of my favorite characters and monsters in original, contained stories, the action is exciting and the voice acting retains the strength from the series. This is a movie that was unabashedly made to appeal to a specific audience, but for those of us who fell into that category it was the greatest thing at the time, and it is still the most satisfying theater experience I have ever had. It is a fine reminder of the time before this franchise descended into utter ridiculousness.
(fr) wrote: Phone Booth will always be one of the greatest suspense thrillers that I'll have ever seen. And it's one of those movies where the best character in the movie is actually the maniac, with a perfect chilling voice performed by the great Kiefer Sutherland. It's in general a very captivating, suspenseful and very bone chilling movie. Recommended !!
(it) wrote: Layered, complex, yet eerily compelling, Basic Instinct shows all of us what an incredible actress Sharon Stone is, in a performance that breaks her into the film industry. Michael Douglas's gradual spiral out of control shows just how strong her control is over his character. A great thriller, that is definitely not appropriate for anyone under the age of 17...
(de) wrote: If David Lynch and Gregg Araki teamed up to make a kids' movie with an R-rating, it probably wouldn't get a wide release.
(kr) wrote: Spellbinding testament of obsession and paranoia, breathtaking in its scope and unprecedented special effects that enhanced the senation of demonic dementia. Magically, Wegener, behind and in front of the camera, also managed to create a fantasy perspective of heartwarming appeal and insightful topics through an iconic image. Pure genius. 99/100
(us) wrote: I know I saw this movie, why can't I remember it? I really want to see this movie again, it stars one of my favourite actresses, Barbara Steele.
(mx) wrote: My favourite film of all time, the beautiful, thoughtful and yet gritty and bitter epic is assuredly the most powerful piece in cinematic history. It was born to succeed-the greatest director (Leone), the greatest actor (De Niro), the greatest writer of film scores (Morricone) and an incredible ensemble (both in terms of cast and crew) create perfection. Whilst the length, the rape scenes and panpipes have put people I know off this movie, I recommend it wholeheartedly to anyone who can appreciate fearless filmmaking which doesn't bog itself down in satisfying every sensitive viewer around. Best film ever, 10/10
(au) wrote: Definitely entertaining.... enjoyed watching this thoroughly. Well scripted, the characters are diverse, each one with a different story...Thumbs up.