D4 follows a team of special ops mercenaries on a mission to rescue a kidnapped kid believed to be held in an abandoned government facility. Hired by the boy's mother, a wealthy doctor with... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
D4 follows a team of special ops mercenaries on a mission to rescue a kidnapped kid believed to be held in an abandoned government facility...
- Stars:Andrew Prine, Jason London, Carlos Lauchu, Allison Lange, B.J. Britt, Vicki Askew, Ella Bell, Eric Berner, Clay Brocker, Erin Elizabeth Burns, Darrin Dickerson, Montana Dickerson, Laine Dubroc, Randall Edwards, Jeff Hime, Dan Kassis, Ted LeGarde, Jennifer McReynolds, Jaimee Gray Simon, Kerwin Strong,
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Farah R (fr) wrote: A delightful drama about the depth and understanding of true love. Le Weekend is heartwarming in more ways than one and that's all by virtue of the charming performances of this great cast. This movie is simply lovely.
Jim S (au) wrote: Terrible rip off of the Kung Fu Panda movies with horrible voice work. In this one, the panda is the villain. Too much violence for the really young viewer and it has no pacing at all.
Omar L (jp) wrote: Dull, boring, with nothing new to offer in any way. What a waste of time.
Steph O (au) wrote: "Dying Breed" starts off really slowly, without any of the usual creepy moments that these movies like to shove into the first 20 minutes or so. Actually, the only genuinely scary moments in "Dying Breed" come at the very end. The rest is just gross, and predictable. The dialogue's pretty bad too. Worse even, than the average horror movie. Okay not that bad - but bad dialogue for an AUSSIE horror movie. We expect better from Aussies. The movie drives home some of the basic horror rules. Don't have sex - or bad things will happen to you. Don't provoke creepy old guys in bars. Don't eat mysterious food... and all that jazz. The movie concept itself was a good idea. And the little notes about the real cannibal guy and disappearances and such at the end will probably make me rethink ever going to Tasmania again. Just kidding - Tasmania's cool. Also, I DO like Nathan Phillips. He's been in some great Aussie films. And TV shows. Hello - he was in The Saddle Club. Therefore he rules. Phillips plays the dick-ish best friend character in this one though, so you can pretty much guess from the start that "Dying Breed" won't end well for his character. Basically "Dying Breed" isn't horrifically awful, it's just a completely unremarkable horror film that I'll probably forget in about 30 seconds. Torture porn.
Zahra R (ca) wrote: interesting story and a great funny movie!
J D (us) wrote: Makes you realize that your parents actually are people too, and certainly don't always appear as they actually are...
Donnie B (ca) wrote: It's charming and more than it has to be.
Dann M (it) wrote: Rotten to the core, Children of the Corn III: Urban Harvest is festering garbage. Fundamentally flawed, the film tries to completely rework the series mythology while also keeping to the core themes. But it just ends up being a mess of half-baked ideas that don't work together; especially the switch to an urban Chicago setting. And the acting is atrocious, yet not nearly as awful as the special effects (which are cartoonishly bad). Attempting to rebrand the series as slasher horror, Children of the Corn III: Urban Harvest betrays He Who Walks Behind the Rows.
Joyanna W (nl) wrote: This is a really good movie, it's very realistic and based on a true story. It is well worth the watch. It has an uneven pace but is still a great movie. Oldman is a great great actor, and does a great accent in this one. Very moving character. I loved the part where he sings Jesus Loves Me. very moving. please watch!
Stephen T (au) wrote: Think about the time period when the film Brubaker was made: the late 1970s. Released in 1980, Brubaker became the perfect coda film for Robert Redford's 1970s films a.k.a. "the era of intrigue". Fresh off a string of wildly diverse films, Redford returns to a film genre he knows and loves: expositions on crime, corruption, and reform; close Redfordian cousins of the era include The Candidate (1972, Michael Ritchie), Three Days of the Condor (1975, Sydney Pollack) and All the President's Men (1976, Alan J. Pakula). Brubaker (1980, Stuart Rosenberg) highlights prison abuse and Redford's "noble liberal" [respectively] character attempts to reform it. He is blocked by power drunk prison officials, willfully ignorant townspeople, and the classic corrupt (state) government. Viewers can tell Redford enjoys playing these parts as much as we enjoy watching him play them, he's very much at ease in this picture and that is a major compliment. Since "exposition pictures" tend to get preachy and over-the-top, Redford infuses badly needed pathos and at times physicality into his role as prison warden. Lastly, a final note on the filming and location: Redford and Rosenberg use a documentarian camera style which is light of art and angles; and instead focuses on the subject and the immediate interactive environment. Redford and Rosenberg do a fine job of substituting Ohio and Pennsylvania for eastern Arkansas. While its true Eastern Arkansas has had a checkered past (and what places haven't), Redford takes a few un-necessary jabs at the region and its culture. Either way, Brubaker does a satisfying job of holding viewer's attention for over two hours on a documentary subject, while allowing audiences the pleasure of viewing Redford in his element.
Steven C (mx) wrote: As a classical pianist, I loved every bit of this campy romp. A great deal of the humor will probably be lost on viewers who know little about Liszt's life, though.
Ramses C (mx) wrote: Hay pelicula que envejecen y esta es una de ellas, lo que fue comico e interesante en los 70s (el film se desarrolla en el 1968), en el siglo 21 resulta aburrido y poco interesante, a mi personalmente NO ME GUSTO. Aceptable
Tasha D (es) wrote: ahhh klasik...I forgot to tell you something. I fell in love with somebody. M: Oh, isn't that wonderful?I'm going to make love with him! I'm in love.M: You're in love? How delightful.I'm in love! I'm in love, you understand? I'm in love, I'm in love! Oh! You know, you're old!- You're getting fat.M:Fat, is it? How unkind.Half of your hair is out and the other half is almost white. M: In ten years, you'll be playing soccer with your tits. What do you think of that? You know what I'm gonna be doing?You will be on a... wheelchair!M: Well, maybe. But, you know... I'll be smirking and giggling all the way to eternity.How poetic. You know, he and l, we make love.M: Oh, really? That's wonderful. Is he a good fucker? Magnificent.You know, you're a jerk. He is like everybody but... at the same time he's different.---------You know why I'm in love with him?M: I can't wait.Because he know. He know how to make me fall in love with him. M: You want this man you love to protect and take care of you.Yeah.M:You want this golden, shining, powerful warrior to build a fortress where you can hide in. So you don't have to ever... have... You don't ever have to be afraid. You don't have to feel lonely or empty. - That's what you want, isn't it?- Yes.M:- Well, you'll never find it.- But I find this man.M: Then it won't be long until he'll want you to build a fortress for him out of your tits and your cunt and your hair and your smile and the way you smell. And... and some place where he can feel comfortable and secure enough so that he can worship in front of the altar of his own prick.- But I find this man!M: - No, you're alone. You're all alone. You won't be free of that feeling of being alone until you look death right in the face. I mean, that sounds like bullshit, some romantic crap, until you go right up into the ass of death. Right up in his ass... till you find the womb of fear. And then,... maybe... Maybe then, you'll be able to find him. But I find this man. He's you! You are that man!
Yvon M (de) wrote: Had a few funny moments, but truly a tacky movie.
Kushal M (gb) wrote: Tina Fey is the sole saviour of this attempt at comedy.
Jenna I (de) wrote: Okay I guess White Lightning was better than I thought cause this movie was wildly uneven and bizarre. Everything in this movie is x2- the outrageous characters, the southern quirks, flirting-with-bigoted stereotypes, car chases to helicopter chances, seedy underbelly... Gator doubles up on everything from White Lightning and manages to be dumber too. Jerry Reed as a villain is pretty great and I definitely loved the "I love you" "I know" line initiated by Burt Reynolds and responded to by a woman who chooses her career over him (yknow an excon who literally lives in a swamp with his 9 year old daughter, not a high bar there). I don't know man. This was too long, too cartoonish, too serious, too messed up, too dopey, too everything. But then again I'm a New York Jew and the movie all but states "y'all New York Jews don't get squat!" So I guess what do I know - maybe this ain't FOR my kind.