Hey, Stop Stabbing Me!

Hey, Stop Stabbing Me!

Recent college graduate Herman Schumacher has just taken up residence in an apparently great house with apparently great roommates. But all is not well. Why did the roommate Herman replaced...

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Hey, Stop Stabbing Me! torrent reviews

Greg W (mx) wrote: good cop/heist thriller

Gary P (gb) wrote: From the same people who gave us Obama....less than favorable ratings on one of 1985's most memorable endearing contributions to the same Arts that gave us that year; Rambo ll, Rocky lV, Police Academy 2..... Cocoon??? really folks! Let's put 1985 IN PERSPECTIVE for these less than magnanimous critics. Microsoft Windows 1.0 came out that year. Remember Wilfred Brimley's computer scene? In fact, all the computer technology scenes in this movie provide chuckles for all! Hezbollah was still hijacking planes back then. Marlina Navratilova was still playing Chris Evert for goodness sake! The Chicago Bears won the Super Bowl. "he Unabomber had his 1st kill. What I'm saying is that for a step back in time....oh, Back to the Future was also released that year....who doesn't want to see Kate Mulgrew in a starring role?

cotie f (mx) wrote: This movie was very good. I recommend it for families to see and watch together a little sad but all in all a great movie

Kristel B (au) wrote: Everyone has a lil drama queen in them

Eldin B (br) wrote: "I don't know if any of you are aware of this, but it's a federal offense to make lascivious remarks on a television network broadcast. The penalty for this disgusting, un-American behavior is one year in prison, or a ten thousand dollar fine. Or both! Anyone making a sick or subversive remark tonight will be arrested immediately. I then will personally escort the offender to federal prison for booking under edict number 364 of the Broadcasting Act of 1963. And it's a long drive to that prison, baby, just you and me. No witnesses."

Branham N (nl) wrote: It holds nothing against the original, its more suited for children.

Ashley H (ru) wrote: Maximum Risk is an okay film. It is about a policeman who takes his twin brother's identity and inherits his problems and lifestyle. Jean-Claude Van Damme gives a good performance. The script is well written (for an action movie) and is face paced. Ringo Lam does a decent job directing this movie. I like this motion picture for the action and adventure. Maximum Risk is fitting for a Friday night movie.

David C (ru) wrote: A waste of time movie. Not entirely bad, just dumb. Two guys trying to score is the premise and a bunch of antics happen along the way. Stars Coolio and some good hip-hop music.

omar s (ru) wrote: Finally a movie about Charles Manson without the lies..

Greg W (au) wrote: good crime caper/comedy

Kevin W (ag) wrote: It is a rare event when every aspect of a film comes together in a perfect way. The lighting, the cinematography, the story, the acting...everything about this film is perfect. Emil Jannings' performance is, in my opinion, one of the greatest ever put on film, and he did so without ever uttering a word.Murnau faced a tragic end, and it's a shame because with this and then Sunrise, he was on the brink of something special. He was taken from us at his peak, but what he left behind is cinema history that holds up amazingly well today. These aren't just some of the best silent films in history, they are some of the best films... period.

Eric H (br) wrote: First of all, it needs to be said that F For Fake is an entertaining film as quick witted as it is briskly edited and strongly featuring Orson Welles on superb form. The bulk of the film concerns the art forger Elmyr de Hory in a separate documentary made for the BBC in 1970 by Franois Reichnbach. But Welles' overdubbed introduction, his re- worked edition of Reichenbach's work and the tumbling, fragmented overlaid additions including those of his girlfriend Oja Kodar and the hagiographically soft-focused Chartres cathedral turn this into an extended solipsism of what counts as 'real'. The art 'forgeries', driven by the market might not have been forged by the artist but by the dealer - and of course, works that have been on gallery walls for years are now the art anyway. The most famous artist of them all, Pablo Picasso, is quoted as denying his own work with 'even the real Picasso can make a fake Picasso' before the film dissolves into a dubious narrative about how Oja duped the artist into producing an entire period of his own work that retrospectively he couldn't claim. All the while, Welles brings up moments in his career in his steady, articulate, confiding drawl, reminding us that he started as famous and everything declined from there - the same trajectory of fame as that 'enjoyed' by the builders of Chartres cathedral, a totem of civilisation whose provenance is entirely irrelevant. The whole film is quick, colourful, sexy and fun and rendered even more so by the light but cultured jazz touch of Michel Legrand.


F B (mx) wrote: An enjoyable film with a slightly unusual story with several conflicts of personalities all going on during the overall main plot.

Daniel P (jp) wrote: Put together with verve, wit and panache, this refreshingly honest coming of age drama doesn't condescend or pull punches. The three leads give layered and rich performances and the animated interludes fit perfectly with the idiosyncratic tone.

Broformer J (ca) wrote: We really don't need this black parody of things do we it's really the rasist thing to do