'H3' is a universal story of endurance and courage set inside Europe's most secure prison, the Maze prison in Northern Ireland. Here, in H3 - the bleakest of all the H-blocks - a group of young republican prisoners hold out for what they believe in, refusing to be labeled as criminals or co-operate with prison authorities. However, British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher is determined that these Republican prisoners will be treated like all the other common criminals in British jails, ending a special regime which allowed the inmates political status to organise life inside the jail along POW lines. The republican prisoners immediately start a 'no-wash' protest, refusing to wear prison-issue clothes or perform work duties, a protest which results in their being locked in their cells for hours on end without exercise, recreation, reading materials and with only blankets to wear for heat...
Bennie G (mx) wrote: 0 stars for this crappie film
Oriol R (ca) wrote: Very funny the story is clever and good animation Flushed Away is a very enjoyable film for all the ages not a 10 but it's very good
Rick L (fr) wrote: Well, I still like stories but don't let the crime/drama description fool you. This is definitely a chick flick and a thin one at that.
Adam A (br) wrote: "Swingers" feels authentic and mostly due to a fine cast, but also due to its nicely paced and relateable storyline.
Christy W (gb) wrote: This movie really didn't get its day in my opinion. I thoroughly enjoyed rid movie. In fact, I've enjoyed it MANY times!!!
Guido S (ca) wrote: In a world with Game of Thrones on TV, this film is interesting. Coming at a time when fantasy was pretty much non existent in mainstream media, it is an interesting piece of film. Dennis Quaid is a knight who befriends a dragon and is on a quest to dethrone the king who has gone crazy. It's not really much deeper than that. The characters aren't as well developed, the world isn't all that fleshed out, and the villain is more of a joke than a threat. The CGI, while good at the time, really has not aged well. In today's world of fantasy with GoT, LoTR and others, this isn't very good. Young viewers might like it, but more seasoned viewers might find this one lacking.
Josh S (it) wrote: Best Madea movie yet.
Paul M (gb) wrote: I was sad when I learned that Valrie Quennessen actually died in 1989.