Two men running a carnival airplane ride are hired to fly to retrieve what they think are photos for a reporter. Actually, they are retrieving diamonds stolen from a noted gem dealer. As it turns out, their plane crashes on the very estate of the dealer. Thinking the duo are police officers, the dealer offers his home for their convalescence from the accident. Meanwhile, the diamonds have been snatched by a kleptomaniac dog and buried on the estate. When the smugglers track down the pair, they try to convince the dealer that they are officials from an institution from which the two have escaped. Before long, the carnival fellows, the crooks, the gem dealer and his family, along with a platoon of cops, are tearing up the grounds to find where the dog has buried the diamonds.
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Jason C (us) wrote: The one film I wish I had been able to see in 3D. Still, it's beautiful and awe inspiring at times. Couldn't resist including those albino alligators could you, Werner?
Raphael S (jp) wrote: Um poltegeist reformulado mas bem mais assustador. bem bacana ver algumas coisas que o diretor usa depois em seus outros filmes mais recentes.
Lara D (jp) wrote: "It's never a bad movie, but it can't quite gel into a good one either."
Tom H (ag) wrote: What sounded like an interesting concept disappointed with wooden acting from half the cast and flashbacks that seem to be just padding. Shame
Jacob B (ag) wrote: I love all these movies and I just hope they keep making them
Jason D (mx) wrote: In the HIGHLY unique and original Sympathy, we are quickly introduced to reckless bank robber Steven Pritchard, whose just arrived at a seedy motel room alongside new-found hostage Marina Shtelen. The two hole up in the room for the night, and already they are at each other's throats. It's not long before another mysterious person joins their motel room; escaped convict Aaron Boucher, whose much more sinister and darker side takes over and forces an every man (and woman) for themselves dilemma. For the duration of the film, the three play several mind games on each other, leading from one twist to another, thus ultimately resulting in no one really being who they seem to be. First off, Sympathy is a TRUE, fantastic venture into low-budget filmmaking. Thought it's confined to three simple actors in one single location throughout the entire movie, it doesn't stop the movie from being 100% intense and suspenseful (a la Hitchcock) the entire way through. Kudos to the three actors for (gasp!) turning in top-notch performances, as well as clever, professional direction from debuting director (would've never guessed) Andrew Moorman. Great job to script writer Arik Martin, whose clever adaption of his play is tough as nails and carries over onto film very well, in fact, MUCH better than the somewhat similar play-to-movie set in a motel room "Bug". I fully expect to be hearing great, great things about these 5 extraordinary people. I strongly urge anyone in the mood for a smart, psychological horror/thriller to check out Sympathy. Definitely NOT recommended for morons.
Dalton N (fr) wrote: Goes from being an interesting look into the relationship between heckler and performer and just becomes an all out attempt to establish the performance industry and performers as an unquestionable diety. It seems this documentary's main goal was to attempt to make a fool out of anyone who has a negative opinion on anything. This film tries to compare a heckler (who is obtrusive to a performers act) and critics, who pay to see a film and express their opinion on it.
Mikey P (ag) wrote: greatest movie ever, townes is amazing
Rowan L (mx) wrote: This movie was funny, creative, and I enjoyed it thoroughly. People hate on it way too much.
Mare Q (de) wrote: Not terrible, but not great.
Cheryl N (mx) wrote: Bad, just plain bad.
gary t (au) wrote: wow.....what a trashy movie......it is nothing bad it is nothing good it is a trashy movie but its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie......i think that linda blair, john vernon, robert dryer, johnny venocur, sal landi, play good roles/parts throughout this movie......i think that the director of this drama/mystery/suspense/action/adventure movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie.....Awards Razzie Awards1986 - Linda Blair (Winner) - Worst Actress Saturn Award1985 - Linda Blair (Nominated) - Best Actress1985 - Linnea Quigley (Nominated) - Best Supporting Actress1985 - Danny Steinmann, Norman Yonemoto (Nominated) - Best Screenplayits got a good soundtrack throughout this movie......i think that this is such a really trashy movie 2 watch but its an enjoyable movie 2 watch......its got good fight scenes throughout this movie......i think that this is an enjoyable movie 2 watch it is a really trashy movie 2 watch but its such an enjoyable movie 2 watch i think that linda blair was good throughout this movie....This is one of the few non-horror films that both Linda Blair and Linnea Quigley star in.i think that this is a really trashy movie 2 watch but its such an enjoyable movie 2 watch its got good fight scenes throughout this movie.....its such an enjoyable movie 2 watch with a good cast throughout this movie......its got good car chases throughout this movie its such a really trashy movie 2 watch but its an enjoyable movie 2 watch with a good cast throughout this movie.......
Matt D (nl) wrote: I can see how this may have been a rip-roaring good time in 1973 but it sadly doesn't hold up well at all. I chuckled here and there but it's really hard getting past the painfully dated nature of this cheaply made piece of sci-fi comedy.
Julie P (nl) wrote: probably my favourite of the Carry On's, early women's lib and classic bawdy brit humour. Barbara Windsor, June Whitfield and Patricia Franklin are a joy to watch.
Peter L (gb) wrote: [Rated 3 of 5 Stars] "Children of the Damned" note, ="Village of the Damned Part II" (1963)
Deepak C (de) wrote: My Favourite Fellini...Masterpiece!!!....
Kevin M W (kr) wrote: Over-the-top dramatics move this bit of populist fantasy about some Irish falsely imprisoned for bombing innocents in London. Once you accept that some liberties were taken to sell the tale the thing is palatable.
Kjetil H (au) wrote: Hey hey! Klassisk B-film!!! Mark de biter var norsk titel og greier! Swell stuff!