Robbie Levinson and Trey McCoy suddenly encounter intolerance and hostility at the hands of their new neighbor, Chris Boyd, the son of a fundamentalist preacher. One evening, Trey sets out ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Robbie Levinson and Trey McCoy suddenly encounter intolerance and hostility at the hands of their new neighbor, Chris Boyd, the son of a fundamentalist preacher. One evening, Trey sets out ...
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Charlie G (nl) wrote: An aging guardian of a gate between realms dies and a warrior replacement is always chosen. Since the alternate realm doesn't have advanced weapons they call the guardian a magician.
Jeff B (ag) wrote: Despite being a somewhat formulaic 90-minute slice of life where the protagonist overcomes his flaws to make everything better, the supporting performances and subplots are strong enough to make the story enjoyable.
Greg W (gb) wrote: we have a new bad ass and his name is mandrill-he kicks serious ass and takes no prisoners also i loved the 'john colt' movie within the movie i think even quentin tarrintino (grindhouse) would approve
Dan M (nl) wrote: Well it's supposed to be one of those horribly acted, cheesy fill in the blank -ploitation movies and it does well in said genre. the really bad acting will make you wince, as well as a few other scenes, but it lives up to the name(although only the main character is the one holding the big guns).
Julia L (nl) wrote: the book was so much better!! the acting was really bad.
Chris C (es) wrote: As a loose remake of the 1967 original, Guess Who may not live up to it, but it's funny and charming----with the comic chemistry between Bernie Mac and Ashton Kutcher.
Rob A (fr) wrote: Fantastic performace by Cage
Ken W (us) wrote: Good movei. But why Kirsten Dunst. They could have gotten someone much better than her to voice Kaena. How bout someone with actual animation voice work
Frances H (gb) wrote: Very good, but i long for the days when Allen made such great comedies.
Fiona C (ag) wrote: I might be thinking of GDo 1937 but if this is the one I think it is - fast forward to the piano dance number and be done with it.
David J (jp) wrote: Imagine a 50s Style big bug movie with modern special effects & writers that can get away with jokes frowned on in the 50s. Excellent Director & Cast put it over the top for Must See!!!!!
Brian B (au) wrote: This is a slow moving sci-fi film but it has great themes. It's about a man in the police force who's hired to kill 4 murderous replicants. It's mostly slow-paced but its engaging climax and great production choices are what makes it such a masterpiece. Its themes require audience's to think rather than experience. The voiceovers are unnecessary but later cuts are devoid of them. Ridley Scott has proved to be a visionary artist here by producing a bleak society where it's always dark and raining. Its climax serves as an iconic portrayal of "man vs. machine". Its climax is very moving and engaging and it's one of the more memorable scenes from the 80's. Then at the last shot, the movie pulls the rug out from under you. I liked the cinematography. It made the movie look bleak and it made the society look like it was dwindling. The acting was strong on all parts especially coming from Harrison Ford. Because of this movie's production choices, I can see why it's as famous as it is today. Unfortunately, it failed at the box office probably because it came out 2 weeks later than E.T. the Extra Terrestrial. But it has become a cult classic and today it's regarded as of the best sci-fi and neo-noir films.
Shehad D (au) wrote: pretty twisted but gripping. didn't know Michael Douglas could play such a sick role. I think this movie would be kinda controversial if it were released today
Aaron G (ca) wrote: Great action scenes... which replaced any character work, which was secretly the foundation of the first two.
Cj S (de) wrote: The villain be weak.
The Movie G (gb) wrote: Very stupid, and ridiculous. This is not a family friendly Snow White movie noir is it a good one either. The whole purpose of this film is dumb.
Matt G (au) wrote: Despite their distinct styles, the comparisons between Prince and Bowie are staggering: same death year, extremely unique auras, supreme talent, sexual androgyny, purposed mystery, peerless and singular iconography, and one feature film each that fits their individual je ne sais quoi perfectly. Purple Rain is flawed for sure (problematic treatment of women, comically melodramatic acting), but the characters are interesting, the musical performances are killer, and it's filled with effortless coolness.
Marta R (jp) wrote: Pretty cool to watch... nice acting!