Joy Ride 2: Dead Ahead
While driving to Las Vegas for the bachelor party of her sister Melissa and her fiance Bobby, Kayla stops the car in the gas station to meet her date, Nik, a guy she met on the internet. Nik convinces her to take a secondary road under the protest of Bobby but the car breaks down. They find a house in the middle of nowhere and decide to take the car parked in the house's garage to the next city...
- Category:Thriller, Horror, Crime, Romance
- Stars:Nicki Aycox, Nick Zano, Laura Jordan, Kyle Schmid, Mark Gibbon, Krystal Vrba, Kathryn Kirkpatrick, Rob Carpenter, Gordon Tipple, Rebecca Davis, Daniel Boileau, Lyle St. Goddard, Mackenzie Gray, Sean Tyson, Chris Kalhoon,
- Country:USA, Canada
- Director:Louis Morneau,
- Writer:James Robert Johnston, Bennett Yellin, Clay Tarver (based on characters created by), J.J. Abrams (characters)
The film begins with a trucker at a truck stop in an unspecified rural location. Come here, they realize many things that they have to pay a high price for what they did. This film not only helps us relax but it also brings us many exprience . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Joy Ride 2: Dead Ahead torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Sort of a Korean take on the "Ocean's Eleven" series. A large team made up of thieves from Korea and Hong Kong plan to rob a casino and take a valuable diamond from a dangerous crime lord. Competing motives and shifting loyalties within the group complicate the job. Like the American series, this is an extremely light and breezy take on the heist procedural. Still ... it's massively entertaining, and a huge twist at the mid-point of the film keeps it suspenseful even with an over 2 hour running time.
(ag) wrote: Very well done, but this is why having boys terrifies me. They can make such stupid decisions.
(kr) wrote: oh, puh-leeze. Could have been fabulous except for the lame script, lame storyline, lame character development.
(us) wrote: I don't know if I buy everything this guy is selling, but he definitely gave me something to chew on! He has some interesting ideas which are supposed to be based on both objective and subjective science. Does the "subjective" part mean he made some of it up? I don't know for sure, but he's a lot more plausible than some preachers I've heard and seen!
(fr) wrote: Likable stars and decent acting do not save this otherwise jumbled plot. It is trying for the feel of the (much) better Grosse Pointe Blank, but fails. Skip it.(V)
(mx) wrote: By far one of the best brazilian movies that portrays not only the daily violence suffered by the rio de janeiro population but the "brazillian way",how do the population manage to deal with the situation kind of in a smart ass way
(es) wrote: 1972's The Godfather Is My Fourth Favorite Film Of All Time And 1994's Pulp Fiction Is My Seventh Favorite Film Of All Time.
(nl) wrote: This movie is depressing. Its ending is not a happy one. And despite that, it's an exceptionally good movie. The chemistry between Vincent Kartheiser and Taryn Manning is great, and the plot grabs your attention at the very beginning and holds it throughout. I was very pleasantly surprised with this movie.
(es) wrote: Ruthless and beautiful. City of God, which tells the story of the lives of assorted hoodlums living in an especially violent slum outside of Rio, captures the energy and negativity of such a life in Brazil over the course of twenty years. Its main character, Rocket, serves as a type of straight man that provides the viewer a place from which to approach the madness. But the real treasure of the film is Lil' Ze, the ruthless slum lord addicted to power and violence. Hard to watch at times, nonetheless one of international cinema's best films and sure to leave a mark on the conscious. The film's seemingly infinite 'rewatchability' is just another feather in its cap.The film's style and pacing is hectic to say the least, berating the viewer with constant action, mirroring the nature of the life. Beautiful cinematography lends the film an essence of romance, and the central theme of corruption throughout society and one young man's success in resistance of nihilism through his love of art contrasts with the desperation of the episode to leave the viewer feeling defeated, though all the better about the nature and the power of cinema to tell a story that transgresses boundaries of race, class, nationality and language.
(es) wrote: A visually decent snooze-fest that has mediocre performances and direction, and a story and ending that were never explained and they never made sense
(de) wrote: Blend of Cinema Novo (New Wave) and film noir. The slow pace undercut the tense atmosphere, but it still managed to be an artful riff on feeling unmoored due to the failures of the "New World."
(jp) wrote: Of the Heisei Godzilla flicks where Godzilla fights another monster, this one is probably my least favorite, but I still enjoy it. I'd say that this one has the most camp of any of the Heisei films, which may be unbecoming to some viewers. The plot is also pretty generic, in which Space Godzilla attacks earth and Godzilla must defeat him. As a die-hard Godzilla fan, I admit that this movie has many faults, but it's still fun to watch.
(es) wrote: One of the most beautiful movies ever.
(jp) wrote: wow, what a dark drama, this was an intensely intriguing story. if you haven't seen a real non-action asian film, this or Raise the Red Lantern might be a good start because they're dark and Kubrickian.
(ag) wrote: Wilson is a well-made film. It is about the political career of US President Woodrow Wilson. Alexander Knox and Geraldine Fitzgerald give wonderful performances. The screenplay is well written. Henry King did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the drama and history. Wilson is a must see.
(es) wrote: A Curiously Generic Spy Pic At one point, the movie makes a confused reference to Nazis, but mostly it's "their side" or "the enemy." The truly odd thing about that is that the film was released late enough in 1942 so that it was almost certainly made after Pearl Harbor. After all, it's not as though the average Bob Hope movie took a lot of work. There's one shot which has obvious optical effects, but other than that, special effects weren't a big issue. Filming would not have been complicated. In short, I can't see that this would have taken more than a month or so to make, and while I don't know how long it would have taken to get into the theatre after that, it still seems odd. The Hollywood system was another aspect of US industry gearing up for war, and it's true that there was a little bit of lag between the declaration of war and the real era of Hollywood war movies. But this is a war movie that's basically ignoring the fact that there is a war. Karen Bentley (Madeleine Carroll) is a British agent carrying plans for the deployment of some bombers, I think. She is being pursued by every spy in Manhattan. While she is hiding, she ducks into a vaudeville theatre, where she claims to be a friend of Percy and Haines--but Percy is a penguin, with Bob Hope as Larry Haines, the penguin's partner. Through a convoluted series of events, she ends up on a cross-country chase dragging man and penguin along. They go to Chicago, to various small rural towns, to Riverside, to Los Angeles. Pursued by the same group of spies, so I guess it's every spy in the US. Along the way, the spies convince the police that the pair are the killers, and I suppose it's true that there is a body in the Chicago apartment they go to. They're also taken out of there by the police. But the whole thing gets a little ridiculous, because this is a Bob Hope movie. There's even a gratuitous Bing Crosby cameo. Really, the point of any Bob Hope movie is to listen to Bob Hope make wisecracks. The plot is basically superfluous, and we all know it. Including Bob, of course. He tended to use a gimmick of some sort; in this case it's the penguin, to which his character really does seem genuinely attached. Oh, he cares about the money he'll get from putting the picture in show business. A penguin act can pay for a lot of fish. But probably one of the reasons the penguin is such a great gimmick for him is that it doesn't have any lines. Meaning that, unlike Bing, the penguin can't step on them. Though I'm not sure there was ever a girl in a Bob Hope picture who wasn't there to feed him straight lines, and it's true that the penguin can't do that. Still, he gets to make all sorts of snarky comments about her, about the penguin, about the spies. About anyone who'll hold still long enough, in short. And that's exactly what we expect from him and from the picture. I don't know if it was the intent, but movies like this serve to remind us that the war wasn't just fought by heroes. At the same time that Bob Hope was battling Nazis, whether the word was used or not, a lot of ordinary guys were heading to recruiting offices. Many of them would see Bob Hope perform, wherever they ended up, and not all of them would make it home. Oh, yes, Bob Hope's character wasn't exactly planning to go into uniform; no one even suggested that he would. And Bob Hope himself didn't actually join. I feel certain I must have read why once, though I don't know quite when, and I don't remember the reason anymore. (I read a book about the USO, and it was probably in that.) I know the British government told Cary Grant he was doing more for the war effort by not joining, and it's possible Bob Hope had that going. Not to mention that he wasn't exactly a young man anymore, though that didn't stop a lot of the greatest names in Hollywood. Even if they weren't attempting suicide through it, like Clark Gable. This is light, whimsical fare--well, it's a Bob Hope movie. It never even really feels as though Bob Hope and the girl (she has a name, but it really doesn't matter any more than the name of his character matters) are in serious danger. About the only people we see in uniform are cops. There's a plane crash, but it happens offscreen and no one is even injured. Really, the villains of this piece could have killed Bob Hope half a dozen times with no worries before he even knew what was going on, and they never do. The fact that the story doesn't entirely make sense also doesn't matter. A lot of this sort of movie was made, and the goal was to be a mild distraction from what was actually happening at the time. Bob Hope chases a girl and dodges danger all at once. Accompanied by a penguin. If you're looking for something more complicated than that, what are you doing watching a Bob Hope movie in the first place?
(ca) wrote: My love of westerns overcame my general dislike of John Wayne ... and I watched this movie. It is funny to see the naive and innocence of the westerns created in the 1930s. This was a simple plot ... the acting was very much from 80 years ago! My favorite character was "Blind Pete" who apparently ran the local saloon ... he was literally blind!
(gb) wrote: Chief Wiggum was great!
(ca) wrote: This movie literally had no point. Nicole Kidman was the only reason that kept me going.
(it) wrote: A very cool and stylish crime thriller that I forgot about since i was a kid...used to love these movies (they made a 2nd film) and even though it appears dated it is original enough to stand on its own.