In a precursor to Trading Places (1983), the Bowery Boys are enrolled in a fancy college by a pair of rich snobs who think they can turn the Boys into classy guys. Sach becomes a football ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Hold That Line
The Bowery Boys are enrolled in a fancy college by a pair of rich snobs who think they can turn the Boys into classy guys. Sach becomes a football star, and is kidnapped by gangsters to keep him out of the big game.
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Eric the e (gb) wrote: great b movie horror film. top acting and storyline. worth watching on TV
Wesley W (nl) wrote: an absolute borefest and a painful horrible experience to watch, wooden dialogue, wooden performances, and nothing memorable happening whatsoever and will never ever want to see it again i had to watch this at school because my stupid teacher can't find a more entertaining movie for me and my class to watch there were other people who looked bored as hell and some were sleeping and talking during it.
Jason A (br) wrote: Lame documentary about a fascinating subject. Read "Lords of Chaos" instead.
James H (it) wrote: The film really means well, but it is very slow moving and at times very boring. The acting is very good though, but it's hard to sit through the whole movie. It seemed far longer than it's 95 minute length.
Alex S (nl) wrote: Enemy of the State is an above average thriller that succeeds at being entertaining and smart. Will Smith is very good in the lead role and Jack Black adds the comic relief. Gene Hackman is naturally good and, aside from a few preposterous plot points, Enemy of the State satisfies as a smart action movie.
Luke M (kr) wrote: Long and boring until Geoffrey Rush gets on screen properly, then we have a masterful actor in his most brilliant role to date.
Joe R (mx) wrote: Hadn't seen this since I was in high school. Wow. I guess I didn't realize at the time how awful it was. It's horrifically bad on so many levels. The acting is atrocious, the writing is worse, and the effects are complete cheese. Hart Bochner was the only thing that kept me watching to the bitter end.
Kenneth B (au) wrote: A rather muddled and frankly a forgettable thriller from Hammer's twilight years.
Christopher S (ru) wrote: Superior Hammer gothic melodrama works once again because of a strong plot by screenwriter Anthony "John Elder" Hinds and an intense lead performance by Christopher Lee at his glowering best. The usual quality Hammer production values makes this great B-movie entertainment for fans of Hammer horror and otherwise.
bill s (au) wrote: Everything ends rosy as long as you believe in the direction this dictator brings us.
Tamara R (ca) wrote: Great movie! It's a refreshingly cute and wholesome movie! The world needs movies like this more often nowadays. I recommend watching it with your significant other.
Bob M (mx) wrote: I'm rating this from my daughter who is 5 and she thinks this movie is amazing, she loved tinker bell has a sister & the snow but sad Terence wasn't in more
Brian C (es) wrote: First up, the acting was great; especially by the three children and Sara Bolger playing Anna. Just wonderfully done with very chilling interactions. But when the movie is done, I had no answers. Why? Why this family? Why kill the real Anna? None of it made any sense as there were no motivations at all.