Real love and fate collide in a small town girl's life as Amy falls in love with a mysterious drifter who brings with him a family curse and the unimaginable horror that follows. Bender, who shares the curse with his son, brings hell to Amy's small town. As Dan and Amy's love is put to the test, Thibodeaux, an ex-cop from another city who has witnessed Bender's lust for blood firsthand, Sam, the local sheriff and an ex homicide detective, and John, a local farmer and Amy's father, head for the ultimate showdown with Bender and the evil web of terror that he has drawn them all into. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Andy P (br) wrote: As if the film wasn't already lacking in humour, the jarring and unusual shift in tone towards the end with a genuinely violent interlude stifles the comedy, which was quite frankly almost non existent anyway. Deacon and co, please don't make Anuva.
Tavis B (es) wrote: Why wait? If these people want to die soon I think it can be arranged!
Christopher P (ag) wrote: Beautiful yet bleak.
Paul S (de) wrote: an american human traffic..a relative story but badly acted in parts..
Filipe E (au) wrote: really, really bad, a piece os crap with terrible actors, the movie does not seem to understand what is samba.
Leo B (kr) wrote: How do you grieve someone's death when there is so much guilt surrounding it? That is the basis for this most truly powerful and emotional film. What begins as a boat trip for two brothers ends in the sudden death of the older brother and the dissolution of the family. With feelings of guilt over surviving the accident, suicidal Conrad falls into a deep despair. Despite his hesitation about trying therapy, he meets and befriends a therapist who slowly helps him to open up and deal with not only his brother's death but the issues that came about with his parent's due to the accident. Hailed as a box office winner in 1980, it went on to be nominated for 6 academy awards...winning 4 of the awards, including best director for Robert Redford, best actor in a supporting role for Timothy Hutton and best picture. Although due to it's very heavy subject matter and content, be very cautious in how you approach this film...it is worth the watch though!
John R (mx) wrote: 110721. This movie has had high reviews. I don't see why.
Tracy S (kr) wrote: Great dancing scene with Gene Kelly and Jerry Mouse!
Charlie D (de) wrote: A great movie with a lot of positive messages. I think they should make more movies like this one, it is a good feel good movie. The only thing that was wrong was the acting, could have been better.
Onie S (ca) wrote: I had never watched this movie completely, as I heard only poor things about it. So I finally decided to watch it, and try to keep an open mind about it. Well, I can see what everyone was talking about, this movie isn't very good. A few of the problems I had: Spock had a brother? Who knew? We never hear about him ever again. The humour...it just doesn't work. Take the scene where Scotty breaks the others out of the brig, and bumps his head on a ceiling strut..he knocks himself out. I don't know, it just wasn't as funny as let's say, the Voyage Home. I understand this movie almost killed the franchise, it's not hard to see why. Pass if you can...
Faisal A (mx) wrote: An unapologetically silly movie that manages to hit the right notes, this free-wheeling comedy makes up for its corny premise with sharp writing and acting. What saves the film are its two leads, who aren't afraid to show their sensitive sides -- along with other parts of themselves. For the first time ever Kevin Hart mellowed out and didn't scream his lines like a chipmunk on amphetamines.
Patrick L (mx) wrote: "This punchline is a total bust. "Batman: The Killing Joke" is a major letdown to me and to the millions of DC fans who have been waiting to see this movie for a very long time"DVD Movie Review: Batman: The Killing JokeDate Viewed: September 3 2016Directed By Sam LiuScreenplay By Brian Azzarello, Based on the graphic novel by Brian Bolland and Alan MooreFeaturing the voices of Kevin Conroy, Mark Hamill, Tara Strong, Ray Wise, Robin Atkin Downes, John DiMaggio, Brian George, J.P. Karliak, Andrew Kishino, Maury Sterling, Nolan North, Fred Tatasciore, Bruce Timm, Anna Vocino and Rick D. Wasserman.Let's get one thing out of the way before I do this review. I didn't see most of the DC animated films from Warner Bros. Animation. The only one I've seen was "Batman: Mask of Phantasm" (1993), it wasn't a great "Batman" movie but it was interesting and more involving than the two cheesy and cartoony live-action "Batman" movies that came after it. After seeing the disappointments in both "Batman v Superman" and "Suicide Squad" this year, there was another DC Comics movie that slipped through the cracks. "Batman: The Killing Joke" was originally supposed to go to straight-to-video but since every fanboy or comic book geek was talking about it, Warner Bros. decided to release it in a limited amount of theaters for two days. As every "Batman" fan knows, "The Killing Joke" was based on the controversial 1988 DC Comics graphic novel from Brian Bolland and Alan Moore (V for Vendetta and Watchmen). It received rave reviews and it was cited as one of the best stories ever to center around The Caped Crusader and The Joker.Despite it's great reviews from critics and fans, it was shrouded in controversy due to it's graphic and violent nature. I'm not into seeing DC animated films but since this movie had so much hype, I decided to take a look at it even though I never read the graphic novel. Does it live up to it's hype, not really? "Batman: The Killing Joke" has good voice-over work and it is faithful to the book but the first 30 minutes of this movie and an out-of-nowhere love scene between Batman and Barbara Gordon serve no purpose to the story at all.If you take out those the first half-hour and the unneeded sex scene, it would've resulted in being a great animated "Batman" movie. Unfortunately, this is the only "Killing Joke" movie we have. It is a major letdown for not only me but also for the millions of DC fans who have been waiting to see this movie for a very long time. While attempting to stop a robbery, Batgirl, a.k.a Barbara Gordon (voiced by Tara Strong) and Batman, a.k.a. Bruce Wayne (voiced by Kevin Conroy) manage to take down a criminal named Paris Franz (voiced by Maury Sterling). For some reason, Franz (who's the nephew of a powerful crime boss) attempts to make a move on Batgirl but she ignores him. The criminal develops an obsession with Batgirl but the movie never explains why. Batman fears for Barbara Gordon's life because of Franz's weird sexual obsession with her so he takes her off the case.Batgirl is outraged at Batman for telling her to back off so she psychically and verbally attacks him and then they have... make love to each other? Seriously People! What went wrong with this script? First Batgirl has a major fight with Batman and then they have sex. What is wrong with these people? You guys are superheroes fighting crime, this isn't "The Young and the Restless".After Batman gets ambushed by Franz and his henchmen, Batgirl jumps in to finally put Franz to rest. Barbara Gordon eventually quits being Batgirl because she realized that Batman was right. We finally are introduced to The Joker (voiced by Mark Hamill) who attacks Barbara and then shoots her in the stomach and he also kidnaps her father, Commissioner Gordon (voiced by Ray Wise).The shooting leaves Barbara paralyzed as Batman sets off to find the Joker. We then cut to flashback scenes of the Joker's past before he became the Clown Prince of Gotham. He struggled to support his pregnant wife while trying to become a stand-up comic but everybody didn't get the punchline. After his tragic past, he engaged in criminal activities at a chemical waste plant where he met Batman for the first time. He eventually tripped and fell into a pot of chemical waste which scarred his face but he became Batman's greatest adversary, The Joker.Things get more insane in an abandoned amusement park where the Joker subjects Gordon to physical torture by stripping him naked and by having him look at pictures of his daughter naked and in pain. Directors Tim Burton and Christopher Nolan saw "Batman: The Killing Joke" as an influence to their "Batman" movies and their twisted versions of the Joker. I can obviously see why the graphic novel was disturbing because the movie is rated R, one of the few DC animated movies to have such a distinctive rating.Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill are once again terrific in their voice-over performances as Batman and the Joker and it has a strangely creepy ending but "Batman: The Killing Joke" has way too many unsettling moments. Will fans like it? They can decide for themselves. For me, this punchline is a total bust because an acclaimed graphic novel like "Batman: The Killing Joke" doesn't deserve a movie that has unnecessary plot threads that don't add up to the story and an underdeveloped woman superhero.