A few miles off EXIT 33, lies IKE'S LAST CHANCE GAS. A secluded sleepy hideaway where Ike prepares a special jerky for customers, and a terrifying secret. Ike and his son are controlled by a mysterious ghost, whose bidding lead Ike to abduct and torture beautiful women travelers. But, there is more to this story than meets the eye... literally!
- Stars:Kane Hodder, Antoinette Kalaj, Jerry Reid, Maria Hildreth, Paul Elia, Virginia Bryant, Christian Koza, April Canning, Tim Cole, John Anton, Lon Tedder, Josh Tobias, Sonya Warrick, Eddie Koza, Julian Jeberaeel,
- Director:Tommy Brunswick,
- Writer:Norman Koza, Mark Myers
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Exit 33 torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Literally a Half Ass movie. I fell asleep watching it, a lame knock off of any monster hunter movie ever made. it is watchable I guess but the over douchyness of the hero characters is painful.
(au) wrote: it's better than I thought!
(fr) wrote: I wouldn't call Baby Mama the most hilarious comedy ever made, but it does make me laugh a lot. Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are outstanding together and the film has a surprising amount of twists near the end.
(au) wrote: There are far to many flaws and poor performances to ever sustain its mediocre storytelling.
(ru) wrote: Looks like it will be a cute show.
(ag) wrote: Many words came to mind when I was watching this. Boring. Infantile. Immature. Pointless. Shit. It is extreme, but that doesn't make this worthwhile in and of itself. Where Passolini or Miike have used a lot of the same situations in their films, the violence was there for a purpose as a plot device or to make a statement about something. Here the gore is just there for gores sake and for that reason this film and Fred Vogel in particular get no respect. I'm not offended by the film's subject matter at all, nor do I think it went to far at any point. This was just boring, unintresting and pointless. And poorly made on top of that. Most of the violence happens off screen and what we do see is the aftermath. This movie would shock all mainstream audiences, but since the people who will end up seeing this have already seen everything done here, done better elsewhere, I really don't understand the rep this series gets in the extreme horror community. SUCKS.
(br) wrote: I want to like this film and I watch it every few years, but it really isn't as good as it could've been had there been a script.
(ag) wrote: Very silly, but enjoy it all the same. One sticking point for me - Northern Soul nights in a Cornish fishing village hall, I don't think so (at least not with so many people there).
(gb) wrote: One of the better old Jackie Chan movies with great fighting and lots of humor. Enjoyable even though it is so old.
(kr) wrote: I Am Number Four is a fun movie and has something for a variety of audiences. It is obviously a YA novel adaptation, which probably accounts for a great number of negative critical reactions, and of the book fans' negative reactions. Remembering that no movie can mirror any source material to everyone's satisfaction and that adaptations of YA novels will always bear some tropes which have been seen time and time again.... this movie is an enjoyable time of entertainment. Though it may be unlikely to have a sequel, and in my opinion a sequel would have to depart from the book series a bit in tone and storytelling, I'm hoping that the filmmakers will take a chance on it. I would love to see the story go forward from here. For those with younger children, there certainly are places to watch out for and use your judgment on when your children are old enough (or ever will be) to watch I Am Number Four. Certainly, because the movie has something that a wide variety of audiences will enjoy, it also has something that such a variety will dislike. For me, I love action sequences and especially enjoyed the amazing climax of this movie. If you love action, you will love parts of this movie at least.
(kr) wrote: It has some tonal inconsistencies and the music is all over the place, but Sullivan's Travels also has assured direction from Preston Sturges, excellent cinematography, fine performances, superb script, beautiful ending and very important and wonderfully realized theme and message. The movies teaches us that despite their often lack of recognition, comedies are as important as any other genre by making everyone laugh and forget about life's hardships and therefore should be respected more.