Jim Carter moves in on the McWade's carnival concession which shows scenes from Dante's "Inferno". He makes it a going concern, marrying Betty along the way. An inspector calls the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Ca S (gb) wrote: not much to say about any of these movies, they are what they are. but I will say that 3 is definitely my favorite. body count is highest, the kills are the goriest, and the horror movie star power is off the charts...you have lead characters from the texas chainaw, gremlins, halloween, friday the 13th franchises and captain spaulding! A lot of fun for any slasher movie fan.
Karine N (au) wrote: Very bad special effects, with a cardboard whale, and a ridiculous script
Alex L (ag) wrote: can you watch it from this? If so please tell me how.
Tobuscus M (nl) wrote: this is a GREAT movie! UNDERRATED and fantastic! My favorite movie in awhile, seriously, check it out!
Mike T (kr) wrote: Robert Towne's uneven character study has sparse great moments, but there were enough strong ideas to keep me engaged. This is a flawed piece that requires a lot of patience, especially considering the fact that its first act is its weakest. However, the unorthodox protagonist and sexual energy keep it afloat enough for its positive elements to shine through. Colin Farrell, who is a consistently impressive actor, is not given enough credit for his talent. He does quite a good job in this, and Salma Hayek turns in a respectable performance too. If you're willing to overlook its faults, it's an engaging watch.
Paul A (ag) wrote: Brilliant ! Keeps you thinking what next all the way !!!
mariejoe m (fr) wrote: its really fun u will love it
Leigh G (gb) wrote: Typical John Hughes! Unexpected highlights - TAGGART as the dad constantly cracking it, and AL BUNDY (uncredited) being accosted by some street tough!
William O (jp) wrote: An Al Pacino classic
Matthew A (nl) wrote: I like Malle, but I didn't care too much for this one. :/ whatever. Has it's elements...interesting transition from the classical styles of film at the time and New Wave beginnings.
Hailey M (au) wrote: i LOVE shirly temple
Bonnie C (br) wrote: A must see movie for all Americans! We could be great with a paradigm shift putting human dignity ahead of white male power, corporate greed, and voter suppression.