Gone in 60 Seconds
Insurance investigator Maindrian Pace and his team lead double-lives as unstoppable car thieves. When a South American drug lord pays Pace to steal 48 cars for him, all but one, a 1973 Ford Mustang, are in the bag. As Pace prepares to rip-off the fastback, codenamed "Eleanor", in Long Beach, he is unaware that his boss has tipped off the police after a business dispute.
- Stars:H.B. Halicki, Marion Busia, Jerry Daugirda, James McIntyre, George Cole, Ronald Halicki, Markos Kotsikos, Butch Stockton, Phil Woods, J.C. Agajanian Jr., Christopher J.C. Agajanian, Gary Bettenhausen, Edward Booker, Anthony Cole, Mark Cole,
- Director:H.B. Halicki,
- Writer:H.B. Halicki
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(mx) wrote: Brilliant acting by Cillian Murphy though I hoped for a more satisfying ending. Even so, it's a must watch.
(ca) wrote: love the music and songs only haven't seen the moviejust music is mindblowing
(us) wrote: Grew up on bad movies like this
(kr) wrote: This is one fascinatingly creepy film, brilliantly executed, filled with hypnotic and bizarre imagery and a gripping atmosphere.
(ca) wrote: Would be fun to modify and remake, but Hollywood would probably make it needlessly dirty.
(au) wrote: Tuesday, June 4, 2013 (1951) Early Summer (In Japanese with English subtitles) DRAMA Co-written and directed by Yasujir Ozu which has showcased something I don't see too often in drama movies, and that is to allow the daughter to have a choice who she wants to marry despite the family being slightly objectionable. The poster is an introduction to the family in question which has single daughter living with her grandparents in the same house as her brother and his wife with two sons. Currently, they're many films which always have a single mother looking for another companionship or spouse such as "Jerry McGuire", "Alice Doesn't Live here Anymore", and "Murphy's Romance" to name a few... here is one movie in which the roles are reversed and is uncustomary to what anyone is used to seeing, and it's handled quite well since it looked like another one of Ozu's popular arrange marriage movies again. I was quite relieved to see that it wasn't. 3.5 out of 4 stars
(us) wrote: Movie is alluring and emotional. Leaves you wondering about characters such as Valentine. What happens to her the night she goes out alone ... or when the two go hiking to find the snake??? Excellent performances!!!!
(gb) wrote: A horror movie with out horror and with bland as hell characters Final Destination is a pile of bull.
(ag) wrote: Go Pirates of the Caribbean! <3 Love all the movies
(ag) wrote: Kristen Wiig is pretty terrific in this as a troubled woman who wins the lottery and then uses her newfound wealth to create her own TV show, completely dropping her psychiatric meds in the process, which leads to an increasingly unhinged situation for all of those around her.Well worth a rental.
(gb) wrote: Sorry Doug, this was really horrible. I watched it all and it didn't get any better. The main characters voice was extremely annoying! Horrible acting as well. I must say that I was mesmerized by the animals though!
(it) wrote: An absolute masterpiece, which is likely attacked by "critics" because it requires intelligence to appreciate, a scarce commodity indeed in our age. The director, like an archer, slowly draws his bow, locking all details into place as the plot unfolds, and nimbly intersperses moments of philosophical reflection as an invitation to the audience to consider the fate of men and the consequences of their ambition and decisions for those around them. Lee Byung-hun plays the mysterious shadow of a man, the carrier of death in the most literal sense. The demise of this psychologically constructed shadow is fittingly in a church, the wife of the protagonist being literally sacrificed upon the altar of his ambitions. All the while an open grave lies before them, a most masterful composition. The beauty of kerman and her counterpart, expertly cast for the roles of once-mistress and wife, is striking and makes one reflect not only on how fine and valuable a treasure a naturally beautiful woman is, but by direct extension these women signify the human being whose fate is examined, as big players vie for wealth and status. The two actresses are placed in a framework which enhances their effect, as is the case with all characters. The film is full of memorable scenes, the hospital arrival of the shadow just as the wife of the protagonist is ready to administer the injection that could guarantee her husband's safety, it plays out from start to finish like a game of chess, and its true value lies in the general perspectives of questions which it paints for the audience. The lament and guilt of the protagonist, the crumbling facades of Hopkins and Pacino, as they are dealing to themselves and to each other defeat and victory, combined with the visual beauty of the tragedy, make for a film as films should be made, in stark contrast to the enfeeblement engulfing so much of the film world today.