Raymond Saxx Jr., a powerful record producer, wakes from a drug-induced blackout to find himself locked up and classified "K-11." Plunged into a nightmarish world ruled by a transsexual diva named Mousey, Raymond is truly a fish out of water. Complicating matters are a troubled young transgender named Butterfly, a predatory child molester and the ruthless Sheriff's Deputy, Lt. Johnson. Ray's struggle to contact the outside world and regain his freedom seems impossible, but he must learn to navigate this new power structure if he is ever going survive and be in control of his life again.
Writer:Jared Kurt (story), Jared Kurt, Jules Stewart (story), Jules Stewart
A record producer comes around after binging on drink and drugs. He finds himself in a section of the Los Angeles County Jail reserved for homosexuals, which is ruled by a transsexual named Mousey. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Niclas H (gb) wrote: Usel thriller som inte ens De Niro kunde rdda!
Jonan G (br) wrote: It was strange, to taste the humour, and realise that the aftertaste was quite unfunny, and serious, and poignant, and beautiful. I've never tasted anything quite like it.
Shane A (fr) wrote: Shot for the clouds, landed in the sky. It's something!
Brian S (ag) wrote: As delivering scares go, The Strangers does not fail you. Apparently based on some frightening true events, it's a very good and disturbing home invasion flick with good actors, a lot of shadow use and a camera that doesn't always stay still, which gave me the impression of a lot of movement going on. It's a rather simple plot, but it's truly on scary movie. Recommended !!
Jonathan C (nl) wrote: People who watch this movie expecting it to be entered into the academy awards are the fouls. It set out and accomplished what it intended to do. Movie goers need to be less serious these days!
Thomas E (ru) wrote: When I saw Vantage Point on TV, it was my lucky day. Because I might have actually paid for watching it.This is one of the low points so far this year when it comes to movies. Sigh. Where to start. First of all, we're being smothered in badly drawn clichs. Unbearably so. Everything in this movie has been done better elsewhere. And unforgivably, the movie is boring while portraying breathtaking action. This is because for some reason only known to the director and his team, we're seeing the same shots and camera material again. And again. And again. And... OK, you got it.
Matt T (gb) wrote: I watched this because of Ben Foster, and I understood it was a movie most people will never hear of let alone see. If you ever do though, chances are you'll enjoy the simple pleasures and unique factors this story employs.
Brad W (au) wrote: Needed to have Hopper as lead, but got Woods. Still a little light in the loafers, but tries to be heavy drama.
Joshua M (fr) wrote: one of the worst movies I've ever seen. i would have rated it lower if not for John Saxon's surprisingly decent performance, the only bright spot in an otherwise dreadful film.
Francesco D (ca) wrote: Brilliant, elegant, an amazing ironic comedy about the single and the "femme fatal", Jack Lemmon is fantastic and Virna Lisi wonderfull. I would like to post a quote of the movie so we can understand the soul of this movie: "Stanley Ford: Oh Harold, I think you've been brainwashed. You're missing a very important point: marriage is not a basic fact of nature, it's an invention. It's like the infield fly rule; it exists only because the women say so and like idiots we just go following right along.Harold Lampson: Uh...no, no, no, uh, Stan, I don't know what I would do without Edna. She...she...she plans the meals, sends my shirts to the laundry...Stanley Ford: [interrupting] Harold, you're making another basic common masculine mistake: you're confusing love and laundry."One a moment have you meet "the woman/man" that can you change your life? Let's go to rent this movie and you can reply this question.
Eduardo C (gb) wrote: Communist propaganda film, made by both the Soviets and the Cubans, which show the great suffering of the people under dictator Bautista, and thus shows the need for the rise and success of Fidel. Banned in the U.S.A, and not shown here for 28 years. It was restored for American release by directors Coppola and Scorsese, who consider it to be a masterpiece. They are essentially correct, as the film, divided up into four unrelated short story films, is so brilliant and mesmerizing, featuring occasionally some film techniques that have to be seen to be believed. So whatever you think of the overall message, this film cannot be ignored or denied its place as one of the greatest films.
Kimberley T (it) wrote: Love everything about this movie. Great songs, fantastic dances, what could be better?
Jeff H (de) wrote: The story is better than the execution of the movie. Last 20 min has good reveals.
Kristian I (us) wrote: This is best cops and robbers movie I have watched. The plot is just way intertwinning and the thrill is always there. You got to watch this if you love cop movies.