A teenage drifter finds an opportunity to turn his life around when he joins a high-school football program with a hard-nosed coach.
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Eric N (it) wrote: Amazing movie that dropped of a cliff in the last act... Huge disappointment as it could've been one of the all time greats. The trailer gets 5, but I can only manage a 3 for the movie unless you stop watching half way through. One of the biggest letdowns ever.Also what's with the avalanche of jingoism in Chinese movies these days? They're pretty much racist. Ip Man movies as well.
Christine A (au) wrote: i love this movies...
Ryan H (au) wrote: one of my favourites.8/10
Josh S (au) wrote: Quirky and enjoyable.
Guillaume H (kr) wrote: I remember i didnt like it when it came out but reappraising it while rewatching the whole series, it is much better today, if very mid 90's. Its also the most despised of the Myers series, a dishonor i reserve to number 2, followed by 5, after which this breathes a bit of much needed fresh air. There are some bad score cues here and a few ridiculous plot points (Jamie calling the radio instead of the police, the new and totally random Strodes relatives moving into the Myers house without the whole world telling them etc etc.) but all in all, this one enriches the whole story while standing on its own. I usually abhor retcons but the addition of the runic symbol Thorn in 5 that comes to fruition here is interesting enough to warrant it, so it becomes no big deal that Tommy and Loomis knows about it somehow. Even the fact its quite off from actual celtic lore is not such a big deal. There's a lot going on, with some interesting ideas. I just wish they had spent a bit more time with the cult and Smith's Grove and cut a few minutes off the new batch of young adult cannon fodder. About Paul Rudd; we are not exactly witnessing the making of a star.
bill s (jp) wrote: Light,moderately funny star vehicle that's not worth a second look.
Matt J (br) wrote: Terry Scott's finest hour (except maybe Sgt-major McNutt), and Valerie Leon's amazonian princess will make you go all weak at the knees. Perfection.
Eric J (ru) wrote: Well-made production that doesn't portray the Japanese as harshly as similar films. Ended on a happy note. My favorite film with both Claudette Colbert and Sessue Hayakawa.