Twenty years ago, crooks Johna and Ron were able to hide the diamond they stole, just before being arrested, in young Gert's football at the Old Castle Inn owned by Marlène's family. Today,... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Hotel op stelten
- Stars:Trent Willmon, Roy Clark, Mel Tillis, Glynn Praesel, Joanna Goode, Joaquin Jackson, Gert Verhulst, Peter Thyssen, Walter Baele, Walter de Donder, Koen Crucke, Walter van de Velde, Dirk Van Vooren, Patrick Onzia, Nick Verhelst, Werner De Smedt, Maarten Bosmans, Rudi Delhem, Erwin Deckers, Sven Ornelis, Geert Hoste,
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Rafael L (gb) wrote: A direct sequel that fleshes-out the main character and the ramifications of the first film; while forgetting the old structure and giving something fresh.
Devon B (jp) wrote: A cut above, but even that isn't saying much.
Alicia m (de) wrote: Add a review (optional)...
Stephen W (de) wrote: This is impressive. And very expensive-looking! I wonder why it didn't get a bigger release in the states? Hmm...
Abid H (ag) wrote: Has a charm that British films have but overall it fails and is a bit naff. Good dialogues though!
Brian B (ru) wrote: Yes, a typical giant killer animal movie. There's nothting real special here that sets this one apart from the rest.
Gena D (it) wrote: Always loved these :)
scenequeen1livecouk A (au) wrote: another christie who dunnit miss marpleis the comic sleuth yet gain
Sascha W (fr) wrote: This was painful to watch, I cringed so bloody much
Kyle M (kr) wrote: The genuine classic from the film industry groundbreaker and thrills gatherer Spielberg may be frightening on the big screen, but not too much on the small screen with a scene to make you jump. Solid script nicely delivered and cleverly filmed while still thrilling - probably more upon revisiting it - that proved effective by the fine techniques, but it's gruesomely violent. (B+)(Full review TBD)
Giulia C (ca) wrote: Liked the film...wish I didn't read the book first tho!