Jules is put in charge of the Hobby Farm, operating as a hive of illegal gambling, drugs and sex slavery. Jules must overcome the demons of his own past and turn against the only life he has ever known, to save the girls and himself.
- Stars:Paul J. Murphy, Gerard Kennedy, Travis McMahon, Vince Sorrenti, Jessica Turner, George Koutros, John Boxer, Jack Diebert, Brad Diebert, Aaron Ward, Adam Kronenberg, Brett Murphy, Ben Brock, Renzo Bellato, Tim Wardrop,
- Director:Brad Diebert,
- Writer:Brad Diebert, Paul J. Murphy (creator), Paul J. Murphy
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(kr) wrote: A film that educates on so many levels about brave people who survive change and embrace the unknown with hope.
(fr) wrote: This movie takes you on a journey that will have you falling in love the characters and have you on the edge of your seat hoping for the best. Its a powerful emotional journey.
(de) wrote: So stupid and 50 was not worth 1/2 a cent in this one...hated it!
(gb) wrote: This is the first movie I have seen in the franchise and boy is it weird. Its definately not scary in anyway yet funny and gory it certainly is. It pretty much laughs at itself and is so bizarre you can't take your eyes off it.You don't really care for the characters and its almost impossible to say why its enjoyable. It seems the Chucky movies are very tongue in cheek but its something different to indulge in and I look forward to watching its sequels.
(nl) wrote: The Shanghainese dialogue is the soundtrack to the movie. Every scene is so beautifully to look at, they are hypnotic. The slow-moving arthouse masterpiece demands patience to be appreciated, much like sipping good tea with no hurry and enjoying the finer details of the senses. Hong Kong starlets, Carina Lau and Michelle Reis in their finest performances.
(fr) wrote: #heartwarming #tearjerker
(es) wrote: Free adaptation of Choderlos de Laclos' piece is a very different and even better movie than Stephen Frears' aclamed version (released one year earlier). Well paced screenplay by Jean-Claude Carriere and director Milos Forman is loyal to the characters and passion of de Laclos' originals, even if not using his exactly words or situations. One more outstanding visual achievement by Forman. Between great names like Firth and Bening, the young Fairuza Balk delivers the best performance of the movie as Cecille.
(au) wrote: I assume the script was made up as they went along. It's a very entertaining film, but for all the wrong reasons.
(nl) wrote: A forgotten but thoroughly enjoyable 80s slasher film, Blood Rage jumps right into midst of carnage and depravity in the first five minutes, which feature sex, the Freudian primal scene, and death via hatchet. This pseudo-holiday slasher (it takes place on Thanksgiving) features tons of gore, laughs, and everything else that a slasher fan would want from 80s slasher schlock.
(ru) wrote: "Pappa" Bronson on aina yht vakuuttava.
(au) wrote: Robert Downey Sr.'s scathing comedy of race relations and the ad industry circa 1969, opens with a terrific scene in which Putney Swope, the token black man on an ad agency board is "accidentally" elected CEO. Solid comedy ensues for the next 30 or so minutes as the old white guys are swept out and Black Power reigns, highlighted by numerous commercials for bogus products and a unique take on the US president portrayed as a dope smoking dwarf. The movie loses momentum in the 2nd half as the story becomes increasingly disjointed, the script stops making sense, and the funny is replaced with the type of zany, in your face antics and sight gags popular in the day, but badly dated now. Still, always interesting and worth checking out as a product of it's time.
(mx) wrote: Somewhat dated and cheesy, but I still got really into it. I think I have a small place in my heart for these types of films.
(gb) wrote: Melodramas and love triangles should never be the plot of a western. That should be the lesson learnt from this film. It is essentially a love triangle between a young woman - Pearl who comes to stay at a ranch and who falls in love with the Senator's two sons. Both sons are different; one - Jesse is level headed, educated and polite. The other - Lewt is wild, dangerous, ruthless and hot-headed. Pearl subsequently falls in love with both of them; although with Lewt it's more of a love hate relationship. The story does not fit in with what a western should be about!! It is also very slow moving film and mainly consists of Pearl loving and hating the Lewt. It does pick up slightly during the final scenes which are quite dramatic and suspenseful. The other negative points are the amount of time Pearl loves then hates Lewt after a while it does become repetitive. The positive aspect of the film is back ground scenery is truly beautiful and used to its full advantage within the film on numerous occasions. Jennifer Jones is acceptable as Pearl although at times she does seem to overact. An example being every time Pearl bursts into tears it seems she has to throw herself on the floor! However Jones' acting is very good throughout the final scenes. Gregory Peck has the part of Lewt who is seen as the villain of the film and although Peck tries he is not very convincing as a villain! Overall the story does not suit the film genre and the film up until the end is repetitive and dragged out. It does pick up slightly at the end. It is extremely well filmed with beautiful scenery. The principal actor is ok although she does seem to overdo it at some points. The other principal actor is completely miscast.
(ag) wrote: What seemed like it's going to be another American cop film fighting drug crime blah blah blah, But it's far from that it has no real story just the everyday life of two street cops, But their on screen chemistry was fantastic they really worked off each other well, Brilliant acting, Some very gruesome scenes at times, Little in action but when there was it was gripping, A great emotional ending as we start to care for them, That's how good the performances were, One of if not the best cop film around.
(kr) wrote: By far the worst film I've seen in a long time, featuring shockingly unfunny sketches coming out of Lindsay Lohan's underpants - yes, really.
(br) wrote: I remember watching Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby a couple of months ago, may have been longer than that, to see if it held up well considering that the first time I watched it was over 10 years ago at this point. And, much to my surprise, it held up really well. It was still a really damn funny movie to this day. And, really, that's probably the main reason I decided to revisit this movie over a decade after I first saw it. I will admit, though, that, unlike Talladega Nights, I don't have many fond memories of this movie. That's not to say I disliked it, 15 (or 16) year old me probably enjoyed this movie, I'm just saying that I don't actually remember much from this movie. No idea why, I just don't remember much. But, and also unlike Talladega Nights, I don't think time has been as kind to this movie as I would have wanted. Don't get me wrong, it's an enjoyable movie for sure, but it's one that's very inconsistent. Particularly the first 30 minutes or so just did absolutely nothing for me. The rest of the movie is certainly enjoyable, so I think that makes up for the first 30 minutes being weak. And, I couldn't even see this back in the day when I first watched it, but this was a total 80s movie rip-off. Perhaps rip-off isn't the right term. And now that I think about it, this is more inspired by Animal House, but it does have 80s influences for sure. A ragtag group of guys start a fraternity and the dean tries, by any means necessary, to kick them off campus. The fraternity gets into raunchy hi-jinks. Sex jokes are made. Tits are released. People die. You know, your typical raunchy comedy. It comes to the predictable climax where the fraternity has to prove their worth in a series of activities that include debates, academic tests and athletics. They obviously succeed at this, but the dean still finds one last way to attempt to fuck with them and their legitimacy as a fraternity, before all ends well and they're allowed to stay on campus. Stop me if you've heard any of this before. I'm positive that you have and that, to me, is really this film's major problem. Well that and the fact that it's not a consistently funny movie from beginning to end. But the fact is that this is a movie that does nothing more than pay tribute to the films that influenced it. And it's a fun tribute at that, there's absolutely no denying it, but that's just the way it is. The cast is definitely more than good. Luke Wilson, Vince Vaughn and Will Ferrell are all good here and they elevate material that's really as basic as it gets when it comes to raunchy comedies. It might seem like I'm down on this movie, but I'm really not. As a whole, I actually did enjoy this movie, but I can't overlook a film's flaws even if I enjoyed it. At least that's what I try to do in these reviews. I may not always write the best reviews, actually I hardly ever write the best reviews, but I try to be honest in them. I don't really have much else to say about this, if you loved Animal House and other films of its ilk then this would be right up your alley, even if it doesn't match up to its classic influences. Still, this is an enjoyable movie with a wide variety of flaws that help keep it from reaching a truly legendary status.