A group of women afflicted with a horrible disease (which forces them to cannibalism) try to support one another.
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Ganesh S (de) wrote: Rowdy Rathore directed by Prabhu Deva is a loud and brainless movie.The movie's pluses are Akshay Kumar and the dialogues.The movie has a plain story.Akshay Kumar delivers one of his career's best performances.Overall,Rowdy Rathore is not a must-watch nor a bad watch!
Sutinder M (it) wrote: Diaz is in sparkling form in an enjoyable romp with a great supporting cast. Iife lessons along the way I certainly enjoyed it.
Thomas B (au) wrote: Grade - B+'Zombieland' is a very funny zombie-apocalypse movie, with great performances and a sharp script. It may be similar to Shaun of the Dead in many ways, but I don't care, as that's one of my favourite movies. My main complaint would be the films forgettable, slightly cliched story.
Crystal M (de) wrote: Love Love LOVE everything about this film!!
Dave J (fr) wrote: Tuesday, July 3, 2012 (2006) Second In Command ACTION Low budget straight to rental movie starring Jean Claude Van Damme as US Commander Samuel 'Sam' Keenan who just happens to visit a foreign country and has just been appointed 'second in command' when a violent militia held by an ex- president making attempts to overthrow the current gov't by bringing back anti- American 'Cold War' roots like to it's people! Commander Keenan first instructed to protect and escort current gov't from his current place to the US Embassy safely, he succeeds but protestors are killed in the process ordered to use extremly violent tactics, even if it means killing innocent civilians to execute the current leader for something that he didn't have anything to do with. The less Van Damme speaks the better his movies are because this has some of the worst acting thoughout his whole acting carrer. Totally unconvincing as a US commander with plenty of bad acting throughout the cast almost makes this film almost unbearable to watch. The action is dismissable at best resuing the same people over and over again, and then conveniently setting the movie up to showcase Van Damme doing things which is a million to one to be in the situation in the first place which consists of a few lame-oh fights and unimpressive gun fights close to a home made movie without the lighting. 1 out of 4
Bora S (mx) wrote: Cute yet delirious romantic comedy ...
Hannah P (es) wrote: I enjoy this film. I believe in individualism to the most extreme point.
Dustin N (ca) wrote: The sequel was better
Andrew H (ca) wrote: Amazing movie! A must see for any horror fan. This has become one of my favorites!
Emma S (gb) wrote: Why haven't I seen this? I looove Gilliam!
John D (mx) wrote: MST3K! I was about ten or twelve years old and at my Uncle's house for a family birthday party. All of us cousins were sent down into the basement while the adults mingled upstairs, and with nothing else to do we started flipping through the channels and came across the first Gamera movie on MST3K. We had never seen the show, but immediately we were drawn into the dumb movie and clever wisecracks, half of which we didn't understand though we laughed anyway. We watched three Gamera episodes in a row. This was one of them. I distinctly remember that when the aliens shaved the boys' heads it looked more like they were shaving balloons. Was this the one with the 'We're going to ride our bicycles, we're going to have a lot of fun' song? I still sing that to this day. Sweet memories.
Greg W (ca) wrote: later career danny kaye
WS W (ag) wrote: Theatrical in the hand of Kenneth Branagh.
Charlie J (de) wrote: Not as bad popular opinion. Seems as if some of the foundation for the relationships that are built we're left on the cutting room floor.