Bikers, Nazis, Mafiosi, and the FBI all clash in this wild and wooly exploitation picture from director Al Adamson. Mark Adams (John Gabriel) is an FBI agent who has been assigned to infiltrate an organized crime ring that has obtained a set of printing plates that will allow them to produce nearly perfect counterfeit 20-dollar bills. The plates were made in Germany during World War II, and were discovered by a radical right-wing group hoping to restore the Nazi Party to power. The American gangsters are in cahoots with a group of wealthy American neo-Nazis sympathetic to the new German cause, led by fugitive war criminal Count von Delberg (Kent Taylor); the count has in turn recruited a vicious motorcycle gang, the Bloody Devils, to do his dirty work.
Kirsty N (es) wrote: The beasts themselves were fun to watch and generally well-executed, but even the most visually striking scenes couldn't distract from a web of tangled plots and too many characters with too little significance. By the end of the film, those of us watching agreed we had more questions than answers. Would only recommend for die-hard Harry Potter fans or to put on in the background, while you're doing the ironing.
Christian S (es) wrote: une prsentation des maux de la France; un malade qui cote cher, un mdecin qui ne jour pas son rle et s'enrichit au dpend de la scu; et une extrme gauchiste qui aide les clandestins venir profiter du pays mme s'il faut faire des faux papiers. Vite agaant mme si la fin se veut positive.
(au) wrote: fantastic film for Taiwanese cultur
Justin B (ru) wrote: Genuinely cool setup for a b-movie but like almost all entries in this awful, awful series what little good is there overshadowed by terrible special effects and an over-serious tone.
Jackson M (it) wrote: Not the best in the series, but it is some good fun
Mark D (au) wrote: After a few "downer" fliks, I thought I would pick something lighter to watch. This was definitely it. What a bizarre movie. There's a lot of funny moments here, but some of it is stretched a bit too far, and just gets obnoxious. Still, it was fun, and entertained me, and that's all I was really hoping for.
Ionn M (mx) wrote: Marseilles is plagued by a gang pulling robberies dressed in Santa outfits (or P?re No?l as he's called France) and ?milien is pulling his hairs trying to catch them - without success. This has made him totally oblivious to his family situation and Petra has something important to tell him. Daniel is spending a lot of time tuning his taxi - too much time according to Lilly, who wants him to prove his love. Until then she moves back home to her dad, the General. By chance ?milien runs into Daniel and enlists his services - and so they're at it again. In this movie they will pay Switzerland a visit on their hunt, where they travel snowy slopes with their Peugeot taxi equipped with treads. The cast is the same as in the previous movies; starring Samy Nac?ri as Daniel and Fr?d?ric Diefenthal as ?milien, and co-starring Marion Cotillard as Lilly, Emma Sj?berg as Petra and Bernard Farcy as police chief superintendent Gilbert. The movie was written and directed by Luc Besson and Gerard Sterin was the photographic director. In my opinion this movie has the weakest story of them all. An interesting cameo by Sylvester Stallone didnt actually help much (I couldn't tell whether he actually spoke French of if the dubbing really was that good as they had found a voice very much resembling Mr. Stallone's own). There were also other cameos, but these were made by persons mainly known to the French people.2,5 out of 5 stars
Adriano B (fr) wrote: I'm proud of Chuck Norris !
Erik G (ca) wrote: When pollution, real-estate scams, and social insects coexist at the same time, an 'Empire Of The Ants' comes to being. Released in the late '70s, this is a weird midnight movie with fake ants, primitive special effects (SFX), scary moments, and Joan Collins! And yes, I liked it.
Thorne W (us) wrote: Despite having the grit and general tone that goes hand in hand with most Spaghetti Westerns, Nero's acting, an overall disjointed style of editing, coupled with a lackluster story and quite possibly the worst musical score that I have ever seen accompanying a film (wherein male and female singers constantly repeat the main character's name over and over again while describing, in the most mundane and uncreative manner, exactly what just happened in the film), let alone a Western, mar Keoma and make it an overall forgettable experience.
Bengt W (gb) wrote: Det r sex, det r vld, det r humor...det r hemskt, det r lngt och i slutndan ganska trkigt.
Scott W (mx) wrote: A lesser known Hammer classic from 1964 that boasts fantastic Bray (Studio) sets, atmospheric photography and enjoyable performances from the greats, Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee. Lee in particular is in bombastic form as a boomiing Leipzig Professor, unimpressed by local legends and the constabulary alike. He rants at almost everyone during the film, which is great fun. Cushing gives a much more subtle and sensitive performance as a man unable to come to terms with being in love with a monster. His customary attention to detail here includes a thorough washing and drying of hands in his surgery!! The supporting cast includes Barbara Shelley, looking ravishing here, Richard Pascoe, Michael Goodliffe and Patrick Troughton as the local chief of police.
Ashley H (au) wrote: Green Fire is an excellent film It is about Rian Mitchell finding an emerald mine in South America. Stewart Granger and Grace Kelly give fantastic performances. The script is well written. Andrew Marton did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the adventure and drama. Green Fire is a must see
Jeshelle V (de) wrote: Boring and kind of dark at times.
Mohammed B (br) wrote: the dancing was great especially the last rendition, but poor acting performances I must say! the first two movies were much better in this perspective.
Johnny L (it) wrote: Hader and Wiig are comedy forces who show they can do drama just as well.