Decisions

Decisions

When a group of friends decide to pull a bank heist to get out from underneath their money troubles. They quickly discover that things can unravel in a hurry! A compromised LAPD Detective (Corey Haim) on the take with a crime syndicate figure want the money back and will go to any lengths to get it! Things go wrong quickly as bullets start to fly and the group finds that one thing affects another and discover that the voice of reason is not always what it appears to be.

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Danny S (ca) wrote: "Thor: Tales of Asgard" 10 Scale Rating: 4.5 (Mediocre) ...

Simon D (nl) wrote: Knowing how much Americans love sport movies and, more understandably, how much they MMA, I fully expect this to be the first of many weak, same old, same old, MMA movies. This is an extremely shallow unimaginative attempt at comedy, not worth the time.

Marcus M (nl) wrote: I love it n I got it

Michael C (ru) wrote: How the fuck did I end up seeing this

Jen H (gb) wrote: good, the real live birth was really not necessary though.

007 W (es) wrote: Coralline is such a great kids movie, it's suspenseful, it's funny, it's greatly animated, it's got a good story and good characters, and at the same time it's scary, it's what most kids films should be

Cameron S (ca) wrote: A rare film that shows the great disconnect between American politicians and the American military. It shows that our greatest heroes are expendable for politics. It shows just how truly misunderstood soldiers who have sacrificed much are. It's a great court room drama & military thriller. A must see for those that need perspective on America & it's military.

Emily E (ru) wrote: I thought the PLOT was the bomb! My girlfriend Natalie turned me on to this movie a few years back. Check it out!

Eduardo C (ag) wrote: Cheesy Frankie and Annette comeback in the 80's when beach movies and surf music were just corny things from the past. They don't take themself seriously so it's really fun and silly. A lot of guest stars, from a horribly aged Dick Dale (that hair) to Pee-Wee Herman singing "Surfin' Brid".

Derek K (kr) wrote: Evidently the nail gun killer find (her?him?)self hilarious, as the swelling robotic chuckles after every murder indicate. The robot voice is pretty amazing, but the killer's sense of humor is pretty lame "Time to do your NAILS, you have look pretty IN HELL"

John A (fr) wrote: By the time the home video market exploded in early eighties, drive-ins and sh*t-hole movie theatres were closing, marking the end of the angry seventies. But as reaganomics kicked in, a few nasty treasures snuck out, and this is one of them. Wings Hauser steals the show not just as Ramrod - the epitomy of psycho pimp bad-guy, but as singer of the opening theme song "City Of Slime". The talented yet inexplicably flat chested Season Hubley is our leading lady, a high priced call girl used as Ramrod bait. Uncomprimising and exciting, no film film nowadays would ever depict a PIMP-STICK (you'll have to watch to find out what that is).

Drew H (jp) wrote: Goes to show Kurosawa knows more than just samurai.

Alexandra S (kr) wrote: Watched in my high school Theater 1 class.

Mary C (us) wrote: Texas still scares me because of this, but it's a good movie to show you the pressures of being apart of a championship team and how that is really your one chance in that small town to be something great.

Guillaume H (ru) wrote: This is one of the stupidest movie ive ever seen. The plot is tedious, boring and has no rythm nor tension. Almost every single caracter is despicable and i very much wanted them all to die, and to do it quick. I cant believe i finished it. I give it one star for their effort of getting up in the morning and making the ''movie''.

Ayden B (gb) wrote: A Fairy tale twisted, or just Tangled?Disney's foray into this fairy tale leaves one word when it comes to the art- beautiful. The attention to the minute details amaze those even inside the world of computer animation. The character development must leave those who prefer other Disney movies (I'm lookin' at you Frozen fans), admitting its superiority. The fact that you want Rapunzel to flourish and grow, and that she does, and as you ache when you find out secrets from the hiding behind the disarming charm, oozing from Flynn and the hatefulness and the greed of those who use others for their own desires.It's no secret that Rapunzel is a classic fairy tale written by the Brothers Grimm; a young girl is kept captive in a tower for a greedy witch, Mother Gothel. While the film isn't 100% accurate in it's portrayal of the fairytale, Tangled finds a way to make the sweet moments and fun story line exciting and fresh. Starting with a narrative, voiced by character Flynn Ryder (Chuck's Zachary Levi), as he gives an account as to how he's coming around to telling the story. Rapunzel, (Mandy Moore's first voice over role) is kidnapped as a baby by Mother Gothel (Broadway's Donna Murphy) to ensure that she lives forever youthful due to the magic within Rapunzel's astonishingly long blonde locks. As Rapunzel grows and learns more about the world from her tiny window, opportunity smashes into her life when Flynn Ryder shows up and is manipulated into taking her on her very first adventure outside; leading to learning how to listen to your guts as you make your way in a brave new world, breaking free from isolation, and in classic Disney fashion, finding true love along the way.The character that Rapunzel garners throughout the movie has it's crowning moment when Rapunzel realizes that all the evil in the world she was so afraid of came from the hands of her mother figure. The emotion that the artists captured across her face as the horrifying realization hails back to the animation of the parents, who have no spoken lines throughout the movie, and the courage Rapunzel has when she goes to confront Mother Gothel is the triumphant moment we have all been longing for: standing up for herself against someone who was trusted and love yet who was damaging. The growth from Flynn was a sweet addition to the film, showcasing that people, when given the chance, can be brave, make difficult choices, learn who to trust. The musical numbers throughout the film also portray the growth that all the characters have throughout the film. Who doesn't want to wish for such a fun and exciting portrayal of the classic by Brothers Grimm?