Fueled by revenge, Michael sets up a meeting with Clef Robie, the man who murdered his wife and child 6 years ago. His plans of killing him come to a standstill when two gunmen rob the diner. Michael takes matters into his own hands when he shoots them and holds the entire diner hostage until he kills his target.
- Stars:Philip Bulcock, Kim Estes, Sean Galuszka, Amy Weber, Matt Jones, Nathan Reid, Bryna Weiss, Ben Corns, Larry Marko, Sarah Dale Payne, Jasmine Jade, Robert John Brewer, Olivia Dunkley, Tess Hunt, Brittany Ganiere,
- Director:Shervin Youssefian,
- Writer:Shervin Youssefian
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(us) wrote: If it is infectious it is because Wayne White and his zany creations are fantastically infectious and delightful.
(mx) wrote: Nothing that I hadn't already heard here: the Bush family, ENRON, Iraq, oil, etc. More than anything, it's a sad reminder of how morally bankrupt the executive has been for the last 20 years. Final grade: B
(jp) wrote: nick palumbo's much hyped serial killer film is interesting enough but loses steam in its desire to push boundaries and dwell in repugnant excess. well directed but weakly acted. a minimal plot based around shock scene after shock scene. there are things to like about "murder-set-pieces" though. a few chilling stalk sequences. and the gore effects are top-notch. not recommended to mainstream horror fans, but gore fans should seek it out. look for the director's cut though. the domestic dvd is cut to pieces.
(it) wrote: i love this movie I LOVE THIS MOVIE!!!!!!!
(ru) wrote: Anmeldt fr-alarm. Det beste med hele filmen er en scene involverende en hoppende motorsykkel som er rasende festlig. Mest fordi den er drlig. Coolio er med og det er et pluss. Jeg og Pl Skaugen lnte denne, det var koselig.
(gb) wrote: A very funny little Canadian indie movie directed by Bruce McDonald, Highway 61 is a charming dark comedy with unexpected turns on a delightful road trip with a corpse on the roof. In a small Canadian town, a barber finds a dead body. On top of that, a strange and spontanious outoftowner comes to town and stuffs the dead body full of drugs to transport over the boarder. Now the naive barber helps the strange girl transport the dead body to New Orleans without knowing about the drugs. Oh, and the Devil is after them too. Highway 61 is just a funny, campy comedy that's well written and well performed. There's not a very big moral to the story, but the characters are likeable and fun. And for an added bonus you have the Devil chasing the characters to get the dead body, and while on the way he gets people to sign a contract with their blood for their soul. Don't worry, it works with the story, it's not completely random, at least not completely. A very nice directing job by Bruce McDonald. For an indie film a lot of effort was put into making this movie look good. This little highway adventure has some good cinematography, and an camera trick where the camera completely passes through the car, which looks completely awesome. Trying to think of how it could have been done like that, it really is a cool shot. There's some highway shots at night that look pretty cool too. Just driving into oblivion. And this movie has some nice music for its soundtrack. Highway 61 is an unexpectedly entertaining movie with weird and hilarious moments. I would have liked to see a little more of a conclusion for the ending though, but this movie is enjoyable.
(us) wrote: Some moments were too dramatic they were almost ridiculous but it's still an intense film. This is some AHS: Asylum material! At first i wanted the mother and the aunt to shut up but in the end i felt sorry for the aunt. Also i have to say Montgomery Clift was awesome and handsome and i can't believe the director and the producer were treating him badly.
(kr) wrote: Director, Clint Eastwood (Director, One Million Dollar Baby) directs a stellar take on a true story that's truly amazing, and jaw-dropping.