Dead Heat follows Roger Mortis, an LAPD police officer, Roger Mortis who is killed while attempting to arrest zombies. In order to chase down supernatural criminals, Roger has been reanimated by the head of Dante Laboratories. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
LAPD police officer, Roger Mortis is killed while arresting zombies who have been reanimated by the head of Dante Laboratories in order to carry out violent armed robberies.
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Carlos M (mx) wrote: This charming biopic about Serge Gainsbourg is definitely not special, and I really don't know what is so heroic about him, but it is a delight to see how he wrote some of his songs and met the women of his life, in a surreal and stylish depiction of part of his existence.
Private U (br) wrote: Honestly, I would have given this 4 stars were it not for the absurdly abrupt and unsatisfying ending. Until the last moment it manages to steer between the usual cliches to create something genuinely gripping and honest. But once that title rushes up from the black, signalling the end, and you realise that, nope, the gay plot gets no resolution, and, nope, the competition gets no resolution - well, it feels a cheat. It seems like an ending on paper that sparkles with poetry but fails to translate effectively to a finishing point on film. Pity. Because other than that the movie is brill.
Andrew S (ru) wrote: Interesting premise but the script was considerably weak along with the acting and overall direction of the film. The best scene of the movie was the group sex scene the director nailed the mixture of awkwardness and pain the couples go through. But unfortunately that the only genuine moment of good acting the film gives us. Macaulay Culkin just comes off as awkward the entire film and I don't think he is suppose to. Eliza Dushku just digs her self an even deeper and deeper hole proving she is a one hit wonder the only good performance she ever gave was on Buffy.
Greg W (mx) wrote: May not be exactly "critic-material", but this movie is hilarious. Epps is as goofy as he always is and Cube plays the role of a serious bounty-hunter perfectly. The two of them make this a great movie.
Thomas F (mx) wrote: I enjoyed the psychology of the film...how rough men treated each other...loyalties of the daughter and her father, and the robbers toward each other...I wish we could see it colorized--don't hate me for that. The B/W treatment is too muddy, and not well-enough carried out. But, the story was interesting, and the acting generally superb. Nice to see a young Anne Baxter, too.
Keira R (jp) wrote: I heard horrible stuff about this movie, but I kinda liked it. Hugh Jackman can do no wrong, but I really enjoyed the movie. LOVED the little boy who played "Nullah." I thoroughly enjoyed this film. Almost 3 hrs long, but I was riveted....or maybe I'm just an easy audience (and Hugh Jackman is a bonus) :)
Michael T (es) wrote: Nicolas Cage plays another wacko-bird in Werner Herzog's wacko-bird film.
William F (gb) wrote: Aardman at it's least best.
Tired of P (br) wrote: Directed (and written) by Baillie Walsh, Left Turn Films, 2008, Starring Daniel Craig, Harry Eden, Eve, Mark Strong and Olivia Williams. Genre: Drama Question: Do you receive recommendations to see a movie and most of the time you wonder what people saw in the movie that made them like it? Yes, I know I review and recommend movies all the time so maybe just ignore this question. I am still flustered over a movie I just finished viewing on Netflix: Flashbacks of a Fool. Anyway, I wasn't going to review this movie because it hit me hard. I am still trying to figure out exactly why. A friend recommended this movie and their opinion is one that I always take into consideration. But as I like to always say: DON'T TELL ME ANYTHING about the movie so they did not. I am still undecided if that was a good thing or a bad thing. The movie stars Daniel Craig (a.k.a. Bond, James Bond) as a self-indulgent, alcoholic, narcissist who is a very emotionally bruised man. He is obviously trying, desperately, to forget about his past and winds up alone, beaten and at the end of his rope emotionally. He receives some news one morning after a night of debauchery. It's probably the first connection to the past that he has had in years, decades. This just finally pushes him over the emotional edge. The first 20 minutes or so you see the life he has chosen for himself and why he comes to the beach to reflect back on his life after receiving this news. That is when the flashbacks come - it's the late '70's somewhere in England on the coast. We see him as a youth - perhaps 15 or 16 years old with his friend. The story then lends itself towards a sexual coming-of-age story or so I thought. I really don't want to reveal anymore because what happens over the course of the next hour should be viewed with little prior knowledge. But I will say something happened that made me an emotional wreck. Then something happened at the end that ripped me apart. Maybe you won't see it but for whatever reason I lost it and had difficulty containing myself for the next hour or so. This is a profound movie. This is a film about choices and the consequences of those choices especially when it is a selfish one. Daniel Craig was brilliant in this movie. I always knew he could act and I can watch that blue-eyed actor in almost anything. He may even be my favorite James Bond (Yes!). But the first 20 minutes of watching him spiral down the emotional valley was something that everyone should see. I am not sure why this didn't get anymore PR or press when it was out a few years back. It baffles me some days - movies like Flashbacks of a Fool or other wonderful small indie films that don't get more notice. Well, hopefully, with my small little blog I can help people discover these wonderful gems. I also have to give credit to the young man who played the younger version of Daniel Craig's character: Harry Eden. He really did a fantastic job as did all the actors in this small film. My favorite thing: Well, Daniel Craig, of course! My least favorite thing: I can't say... Rating: R Length: 100 minutes Review: 8 out of 10