On the run from the police and a female roller derby team, scam artist Michael Rangeloff steals a coffin and boards a train, pretending to be a soldier bringing home a dead war buddy. He gets more than he bargained for from the train and the coffin.
- Stars:Michael O'Keefe, Beverly D'Angelo, Louis Gossett Jr., Pamela Stephenson, Ed Lauter, David Wayne, Brian Dennehy, Jack Riley, John Schuck, Timothy Blake, Jim Carrey, Robert Clothier, Jayne Eastwood, Alf Humphreys, Barbara Kermode,
- Director:Richard Lester,
- Writer:Charles Dennis (novel), Charles Dennis (screenplay), Ronny Graham, Terence Marsh
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Finders Keepers torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: A good quality, fun DC film.There were a couple of moments, near the beginning where I thought "eh, that could be done better", in terms of animation. But that got better, or maybe I just got used to it.Good story anyway, and has some humorous moments.I advise watching it, particularly to fans of the 'Batman: Arkham' video game series.The age rating is 15 in UK, PG-13 in the USA. I'd say that is fair (the UK rating is at least. I don't know the norms for US ranking) given the maturity level; in other words, this film isn't for young children Batman fans.
(ru) wrote: A decent B grade zombie flick......the script,story and lead acting isn't half bad....but even at 85mins. it seems a tad long.
(ca) wrote: A movie about a painting or the process of conceptualizing a painting -- quite interesting, very carefully put together and beautiful.
(nl) wrote: Hadewijch tells the story of a young woman, whom is in a big of a religious crisis. She has been sent home from the convent because of her issues and soon after she befriends a group of young muslim boys, whom we later found out are part of a terrorist group. Dumont's latest is an exploration of religion as it relates to fanatcism and faith. The film, like dumont's other works, is meditative. The compositions are gorgeous and the film dwells on shots for seconds really wanting us too soak up every image our young protagonist does. Its a strong film but probably a lesser work from the uber-talented Dumont.
(br) wrote: I haven't seen a documentary that has the ability to draw the audience in like this one, and it does so almost without words. From ducks to eagles to puffins, it's entirely devoted in its passion to capture the quirks of the avian class. And some scenes are really cute.
(au) wrote: Epic Weed Growing movie!!!
(gb) wrote: I can see why some people hate this. I thought it was good musically, visually, and storytelling
(jp) wrote: Sugary for sure, but it's a modern fairytale, and delivers exactly what it says on the tin, for better and worse. Inconsequential fluff, but good performances, especially a wonderful Highmore as a child prodigy, slick directing and some strong musical work from Mancina.
(fr) wrote: Nothing to impressive here as No Good Deed just kind of trickles along and though it is never dull it never really becomes good either.