Talented rookie race-car driver Jimmy Bly has started losing his focus and begins to slip in the race rankings. It's no wonder, with the immense pressure being shoveled on him by his overly ambitious promoter brother as well as Bly's romance with his arch rival's girlfriend Sophia. With much riding on Bly, car owner Carl Henry brings former racing star Joe Tanto on board to help Bly. To drive Bly back to the top of the rankings, Tanto must first deal with the emotional scars left over from a tragic racing accident which nearly took his life.

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Nick U (jp) wrote: 12/27/14 NetflixAn excellent film that does a good job of telling the story from all sides, Whitey's, victims families and the governments.

Michal G (jp) wrote: Un film propos d'une crise d'adolescence tardive. L'ide est intrigante, mais en vrit, le film entrane le spectateur dans une remise en question de sa conception de la socit. A voir.

Cem Regi Pixelmannen (nl) wrote: it's a pokemon flick...haha

Ryan M (us) wrote: *** out of **** The location is Florida; the middle of some woods that rests apparently not very far from or on a farm. Three men find themselves there at night, clearly hunting something. They bring with them high-tech weaponry and have traps already set all around them. If the dark shadows that linger nearby and sometimes make a peculiar noise before vanishing yet again are any indicator, what they are hunting is at least not of their own species. When one of these things falls into one of their traps (the famous rectangular-hole in the ground), we get confirmation that it isn't human. And these guys have got some serious beef with its race. The names of the men are Cody (Paul McCarthy-Boyington), Duke (Brad Henke), and Otis (Michael C. Williams). They bring the creature, alive, to their friend Wyatt's (Adam Kaufman) house. So that officially makes four of them. Four men who we learn in due time were all at once abducted by the strange beings that dwell in the farmland forest about fifteen years ago. The beings (let's just go ahead and refer to them as aliens; that's what they are) took the life of a mutual friend, and now they are hungry for not only vengeance but answers. Once they're at and inside Wyatt's house, upsetting his girlfriend Hope, most of the action occurs there. They tie the alien down and cover its eyes with duct-tape so that it cannot influence the brains of the mortals present with its mind-controlling powers. They make an incision in its torso and emerge with an organ of some sort that will signal an entire army of extraterrestrials to its current location. It's only a matter of time before the shit hits the fan. But what's a movie about people waiting for something to happen without an up-close-and-personal study of the people themselves? This is where Eduardo Sanchez's "Altered" is one of the best alien horror-thrillers since M. Night Shyamalan's "Signs"; the characters and the overall situation both feel incredibly real for a film that, at a glance, might seem to have bigger B-movie aspirations than it actually does. It's fun, sometimes quite gruesome and thoroughly creepy; but also surprisingly human. The film scores big in representing the grueling psychological effects that the abduction must have had on the boys; Wyatt appears to suffer the most. I've heard word of the film being initially conceived as a horror-comedy. For the first half or so, it's a completely serious horror film that deals in ambiguity and claustrophobic tension. Within the second half, or whenever the aliens finally show themselves, it more or less becomes some embodiment of the film that Sanchez originally wanted it to be. In this second half, it gets over-the-top with rubber monsters and even a bizarre scene where a guy's life is in the hands of an alien with his bloody intestines in its own, until it all kind of simmers down in a somewhat disappointing and ultimately forgettable climax. Nevertheless, I enjoyed "Altered" throughout and found Sanchez's balancing of these different tones most impressive. The film proves that there is life after "The Blair Witch Project" for Mr. Sanchez. He is clearly a talented filmmaker who knows how to turn rags into riches when it comes to his material (as exemplified brilliantly in that spooky first film of his). "Altered" is low-budget and low-key for the most part, but that never completely goes to its head. It does so much with what it's got, which doesn't seem like very much on the surface, and I admire it quite a bit. This isn't extraterrestrial, claustrophobic terror at the level of John Carpenter's "The Thing", but it's a whole lot smarter than you probably think it's going to be. I recommend it as long as you're one of those movie-goers who won't mind waiting for that thing to happen along with the characters so long as that thing is good payoff and the build-up is solid. In my honest opinion, the build-up here is more satisfactory than the payoff; but they can't all end well. It's the bulk of it that really counts.

(au) wrote: There were at least two conflicts I didn't found an answer for 1:Velintin gets more younger with the time modesty gets older in , 2: modesty tores her long skirt before she kills the vilon and after seconds she is shown in fuil skirt

The F (kr) wrote: Cool ! please do yourself a favor and go support the filmmakers and buy a copy of this wonderful piece of story telling!

Brett B (ag) wrote: Only reason it's half good is because Bruce Willis. The kid is really annoying

Sonya M (gb) wrote: mouhahaha jai jamais aussi rie :P

p b (gb) wrote: Forest Whitaker is a fav. He can act and direct, a pity he didn't direct this one, it might have been better.

Peter W (nl) wrote: I don't quite understand critics who don't get this movie. I read the negative reviews below and assume these critics loved the execrable "Forrest Gump" think Sally Fields and Tom Hanks represent the acme of their craft, and would run away from a small-hours East Village drag review. 'Pretentious melodrama' is the starting point for Southern Gothic: I thought Variety would know better. Brando and Taylor are in top-form, and Harris and Keith are pros doing what they do best (and to think that this was contemporaneous with 'Uncle Bill'). All things considered an extremely entertaining night at the movies.

Neil A (it) wrote: Charming. Simply charming

Thomas P (jp) wrote: Great, Fresh take on a western - and back when country wasn't cool: 1985.Beautiful scenery, solid script, great characters, especially memorable: Linda Hunt, You are brought directly into the action, characters and camaraderie, so there is a refreshing perspective here. So much so that you don't even consider the western traditions/cliches bc of the care and vibrancy percolating throughout the relationships and perfectly toned scenes.This is a model for westernsand how to get them "right".I loved this in the theatre and it holds up Very Well, even on just tv.4 Yippy Ky-Yays out of 5