Santa and his brother Dingle as a couple of Pirates? That's where the fun begins in this madcap adventure where Santa must go to Fiji to retrieve the Elves (kidnapped by Dingle) and save Christmas. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Kathy U (au) wrote: it would be perfect for a non-Tagalog speaking film critic as long as he canread the subs. the problem here is I can understand everything they're saying and the way the dialogues are written is sloppy. I would understand that the actors had to act out using an english script which they had to tranlates themselves, but they couldve done better. also, as usual, subs do not properly translate the dialogues.
Sean M (nl) wrote: Excellent movie, I highly recommend this film. A story that should be told and not forgotten
Selwyn L (ag) wrote: A fun "B" movie with the king of B movies - Bruce Campbell. More realistic than Twister, but not the level of effects.
Dominic J (ag) wrote: AMAZING MOVIE!!!!!!!!!!!! You must be able to relate or empathize. If you cannot do either...jump!
Alex T (mx) wrote: Though a dynamic break from the usual format of the Hellraiser series, and being so dramatically different that it could be viewed as unrelated: the film may of potentially upset some Hellraiser puritans. That being said, the break is refreshing from the earlier concepts of the series, which were beginning to become tired. Playing on the perversions of the mind, the eternal nightmare, paranoia, isolation and waking sleep, the film has some memorable moments and some gory elements that make it an above average entry to the series. Imagine a gritty cop thriller taken, turned on its head and distorted into a maddening world where nothing is safe. The ending is good, if a little predictable, but this does not spoil its over all enjoyment, nor its quite memorable nature. One of my favourites of the series, despite its differences, Inferno is worth a watch for those that may of fallen out with the series earlier along.
Adam R (us) wrote: (First and only viewing - 9/28/2008)
Jamie C (br) wrote: Jim Carrey was made for films like this, His over the top acting was brilliant and some shocking, Hysterical scenes will have you screaming in laughter.
Jed D (kr) wrote: A very entertaining "Who-Done-it". Bruce Willis and James Garner make a great team. Malcom McDowell plays the villain to a "T".
David D (de) wrote: It's hard to give a bad review to a movie you loved as a kid so ill just say it's what you would expect from a cheesy 80's comedy/werewolf film. Nostalgia is what it's got for me.
John N (nl) wrote: Great unknown low budget gem with killer cannibal grannies with a drill. Highly recommended
Robert F (us) wrote: Sans Soleil is more intuitive than rational, so proceed with caution.
Scott C (ru) wrote: I wouldn't mind seeing this again one day.
Jacob G (br) wrote: Old-school musical & 1950s themes of gender roles. Irrespective of what is now considered sexist, it is good clean fun.
Carole M (nl) wrote: Loved this movie, like an old friend capturing the flavor of the Seattle scene.
Brian C (es) wrote: Trick or Treat is so awesome. It has it all. Wicked soundtrack, a balding Gene Simmons as a DJ, Ozzy as a priest against rock and roll (and rock pornography), AND Skippy from Family Ties as a headbanger.So immensely entertaining; a bullied Skippy plays a record backwards unleashing a heavy metal Sammi Curr back to life (of course it was played backwards), and hilarity ensues.Charming throughout and great fun.