In the middle of nowhere lives a crazed and disturbed inbred family, the Barleys.
When Donna Parker (Eleni Krimitsos) and her daughter Tabitha Parker (Jada Kline) stop for gas, little do they know what really goes on in Flexh, TX.
Once Tabitha disappears from the gas station, Donna summons the help of the local sheriff (Dale Denton) who is not all he is cracked up to be.
Donna becomes convinced that somehow this crazy town is connected. After she encounters Sugar Barley (Kathleen Benner) the local town prostitute, the hunt to find her daughter is on.
She must hope she does not come across the Barley house on the edge of town. No human should ever have to see what happens in the Barley house on Flesh, TX....pop.666
While stopping for gas in the backwater burg of Flesh, Texas, Donna Parker finds herself propelled into a nightmare when her daughter Tabitha disappears. After seeking help from the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Mianur R (mx) wrote: No apologize!!!! just Change the deluge..... Indian film industry acting like as a illiterate group ... before write a movie script they need to study but they dont... Gunday Proved it clearly.... What sensor board did while they were giving the permission?
Michaela H (nl) wrote: notebookov poplenina :D
alan j (us) wrote: light, charming fluff..which isnt all bad as long as you know that going in...fine performances and funny in parts....not a bad way to kill 90 minutes
Karl L (br) wrote: Nice try. Funny in spots, and with potential, but it gets too fantastical toward the end.
Stephen D (fr) wrote: Ultra low budget gorefest with plenty of wickedly dark comedy to boot. Forget CGI, this is old school gore at its finest. If you don't mind the intentionally cheesy acting and dialogue you will have a blast.
Eclectic (es) wrote: This movie is so beautiful!
Chris W (jp) wrote: 5 stars because I've seen this movie 30 times. If you like hero movies you should watch this!
Bruce C (au) wrote: An adventure flick that told the tale of Quartermain on of literatures first "super hero" This movie could not get out of the shadow that was cast by the Indiana Jones series.
Jamie C (mx) wrote: Amazing in many ways, Dull in some, The effects were great but there was allot of green screen used and some bits just came across silly like the scene when the dinosaurs were chasing them looked too fake to really feel the danger, The acting was good, The action and there was allot more than I expected thanks to the adding of dinosaurs and big creatures that were impressive, my only faults were it was overlong which wasn't a total bad thing but the first hour I forgot that I was watching King Kong and thought I was watching a film about a failed actress in New York but apart from that it's one of the best remakes you will ever see.
David F (gb) wrote: This is really kind of a throwaway romantic comedy about a huge movie star who meets a bookshop owner and falls in love. I guess it's supposed to be fresh cause the movie stars the woman and the floundering bookshop owner the man but I didn't notice much chemistry, charm or wit in this film which ticks off almost all the genre cliches.
Jesse O (ag) wrote: This is a smart and insightful sex comedy without relying on the over-the-top antics of the raunchier American Pies of the world. The majority of the film sees Nick and Roger having conversations about the opposite sex and what's the right way to go about getting women to go to sleep with you. Roger has a pretty cynical point of view on this and he's also pretty misogynistic for most of the film whereas Nick is far more sensitive and looking for something more than Roger is willing to help him with. Roger's just trying to get Nick laid, by any means necessary, and I really do mean that. Thankfully, though, the film sees Nick and Roger meeting a pair of beautiful women, Sophie and Andrea, at a bar and they spend a lot of the night with them having conversations about women's point of view when it comes to sex and relationships, so it adds a little dimension to the script that, for the most part, is centered on Roger's point of view, and he's this big macho, misogynistic guy. So the addition of Sophie and Andrea did add a different viewpoint to the film, and it was one that was definitely needed. The script takes an adult look at relationships and sex and, even if the film is 12 years old, it's still a breath of fresh air. And it's not just a film about conversations about the opposite sex, which would still be insightful, but it'd be kinda boring, the film does have a little bit of an arc and seeing how Roger's cynical views on relationships and women change, despite the fact that the relationship he had with his boss, clandestine relationship of course, the gender roles were completely reversed. Roger was, in as unoffensive a manner as I possibly can say this, the woman that was dumped by her boss, the man, in favor of someone younger. So it's interesting to see those roles being reversed, while at the same time seeing Roger's point of view on relationships and women, and how that affects him. That was a pretty good arc and seeing him mend the strained relationship with his family, while not as upfront, was also a good arc for the character. It also helps that Campbell Scott is pretty damn good in this role. Not saying the guy is like this character at all, but it almost feels like an extension of his real life personality, so it almost doesn't feel like he's acting. Jesse Eisenberg is great as always. The rest of the cast is quite, but this is really all about Campbell and Jesse and they deliver the goods. Granted, they have a strong script to work with, so I'm sure that makes it easier for an actor, but they still deliver the goods. Not much else to say really, this is a damn good film. What it lacks in over-the-top raunch, it makes up for in an intelligent/insightful script and a great cast. The directing's a little hit and miss, but the rest of the film is damn good.
Lewis E (ca) wrote: Not incredible but underrated by critics. The rise and fall magician story is fresh whilst providing a strong backdrop for eccentric comedy actors like Carell and Carrey. It offers some unexpected goofy laughs and is almost worth watching purely for Jim Carrey's only entertaining performance in the last 10 years. I repeat, it's not comedy magic mostly due to it failing to utilise its goofy sense of humour consistently but it certainly deserved greater credit than it received.
Aj V (ca) wrote: Sellers and O'Toole are a good team, but the script needs some work. The story is good for the most part, but it eventually gets silly and out of control. Overall it's okay, but it could have been much better.
Alan L (us) wrote: Me gusto lo inesperado y realista del final... Definitivamente una peli bien pensada