A maniac with a suitcase full of razorblades unleashes a super human killer upon a group of kids in a small Alabama town. They must take up arms with a insane Chili enthusiast if they want to survive. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A maniac with a suitcase full of razorblades unleashes a super human killer upon a group of kids in a small Alabama town. They must take up arms with a insane Chili enthusiast if they want to survive.
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Andrew S (au) wrote: An old movie, but the plot and storyline makes for a great Action/Thriller.
Matthew M (br) wrote: Triple hit of the end of the world: zombies, robots and asteroids, Oh my. REally funny at time while being introspective too. visually beautiful and completely fresh
Paula K (fr) wrote: Very straight forward examination of the history and evolution of the Talmud.
William M (nl) wrote: ADDING TO ONE OF MY FAVORITE INDEPENDENT FILMS EVER!!!!!
Charles P (au) wrote: Jackie Chan's stunts lack his usual sophistication, and Chris Tucker's manners are so unbearable and unpleasant it's a wonder no one told him to stop.
Porschea D (nl) wrote: I've never seen anything like it.
Joanna W (jp) wrote: Not a perfect movies, but pretty close. I enjoyed this movie as a kid and now own all four of the movies on DVD. It's great getting to watch 3 Ninjas with my nieces and nephews and other young kids in my family. It stands the test of time as younger generations enjoy it just as much.The characters of Rocky, Colt, and Tum Tum are fun and interesting. Grandpa is a goof ball as the boys say, but they respect him because he listens to them and respects them. The dad has an integral part in the story being an FBI agent and unlike most family movies, he's not useless as he actually saves everyone from Snyder in the very very end. The Mom character has the least development but one of the best line, "You think being a ninja is hard try being a mom." I know the line will be lost on most kids but not on adults. My only gripe about this first installment in the franchise is 1. The poster using that stupid quote comparing the movie to Home Alone & Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles when obviously the mostly foreign Asian film makers probably more inspired by children films from China and Korea about groups of three martial arts brothers such as Kung Fu Kids.and 2. That in the USA we got the G version (actually rated PG but seriously it's tame for a PG) while some countries in Europe got the uncut PG version which shows bad guys actually firing their guns, the boys loosing the basketball game and then beating up the bullies another day to get their bikes back, and a few other little bits here and there that where shaved off of some scenes, I want that uncut version too!Final word, most people are under the false impression that this is a Disney movie, it isn't. It was created and filmed by a young start up company comprised of mostly Asian film makers from all over, some of their producers didn't even have any thing to do with movie making but education. The main man at the helm was the late great Simon Shin. Their intention was to make a movie that fused Asian culture in a family film that would be easily excisable to Western audiences, I think they could have leaned a little more on the Asian culture, but other wise they hit their mark quite well. So how did Touchstone a subsidiary of Disney get their hands all over the cover? I'm not sure exactly, perhaps Global Venture felt they needed help getting in movie theaters and a connection to an established brand like Touchstone/Disney would help.
Allan C (ag) wrote: "Ruprict!" I really like this silly story of two con men, debonair big time con artist Michael Caine taking small time con man Steve Martin under his wing. There's a lot to like about this film, but I have to say that Barbara Harris' small supporting role is my favorite. She is unquestionably one of my all-time favorite actresses. I really wish she had chosen to appear in more films.
Steve W (br) wrote: In the vein of WWII thrillers that supposedly happened (The Eagle Has Landed), Eye of the Needle has a fantastic performance from Donald Sutherland as a dangerous Nazi spy who gets vital info about D-Day, but must get out of Britain before getting captured. He gets caught in a storm and gets integrated into a broken family, the father an ungrateful soldier who lost his legs in combat. Donald Sutherland and Kate Nelligan have lots of chemistry, a lot being said with just a glance. The nuance is off the charts in this thriller, even if the ending is a bit on the soft side.
Doug G (ru) wrote: Fun. Plain and simple. Walter Matthau was excellent in this.
Jessica H (br) wrote: Occasionally funny with a few out of the line moments.