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Darren W (ru) wrote: Great Kung fu action franchise
Ernst M (kr) wrote: Not that I was passionate fan of the show but I think it was a wise move to not include this episode as part of the finale of the series. I gave a 3 stars for purely for resolving the final scene in the series finale that aired on TV.
Kerfalla S (ru) wrote: Can I watch like mike
Nicolas P (it) wrote: A comienzos del nuevo milenio la Disney realiz muchas versiones de sus antiguos clsicos, en su mayora, realizando muy malas continuaciones... pero esta es una de esas excepciones.
M C (kr) wrote: 'Jason goes to Hell' isn't really much of a Jason movie, it's not a slasher movie at all. It's actually kinda like invasion of the body snatchers. The plot: Jason's body is destroyed and he begins possessing innocent people to use for a murdering spree, attempting to kill his last remaining ancestors. The storyline is actually very good. It's suspenseful and captivating and what makes this one of the creepiest films in the series. And it was a unique and risky move for a Friday the 13th film. Also the special effects here are great, lots of gory deaths, and cool makeup. The movie is a bit too tongue-in-cheek sometimes but overall it's very good, but not really much of a Jason film. 62/100
Eli O (au) wrote: Warren Oates is a FUCKING BADASS, The fact he died proves there is no god.
chandler s (mx) wrote: Amazing movie I saw it about a month ago and it was fantastic I was wondering why nobody ever talked about it and now I see why cuz it hasn't come out yet but trust me you're going to love it
Onno v (it) wrote: superleuke familiefilm
Matthew H (mx) wrote: ehh, don't watch it.
Ryan W (it) wrote: I don't know how this movie was so poorly rated from the critics. They must've turned it off 20 mins into the movie. This was a brilliant movie and anyone who disagrees is obviously blind and has no sense. One of the critics said they didn't see where everything added up at the end. Are you kidding me?!!! It all made perfect sense! They will rate a good movie bad and a bad movie good most the time. How ridiculous! At least the users have good taste in this movie! Good job to all the users that rated this a good movie!
Scott S (au) wrote: From the Terrace (1960) -- [5.0] -- Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward team up again for this long drama about infidelity. Their characters don't really love each other, but they get married anyway. Newman gets too wrapped up in his work to give Woodward attention, and before you know it, they're both seeing other people. There aren't many high points in this movie. Everyone's pretty unhappy the whole time, and unfortunately, they take the audience with them. I have a hard time caring about characters who create their own perpetual strife, but Newman gives a terrific performance, especially in the early scenes with his dysfunctional parents. Myrna Loy is also memorable as his alcoholic mother, but she's only in a couple of scenes.