This movie is suppose to be a sequel to the movie which starred Jean-Claude Van Damme. Only now the movie revolves around the brother of the character that Van Damme played. David Sloan is ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Kickboxer 2: The Road Back
This movie is suppose to be a sequel to the movie which starred Jean-Claude Van Damme. Only now the movie revolves around the brother of the character that Van Damme played. David Sloan is ...
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Ekta H (gb) wrote: If you're remotely familiar to the Goan culture, you'll find "Finding Fanny" incredibly funny. All the actors have performed supremely well, but Naseeruddin Shah and Pankaj Kapur are especially funny. The film, though set in Goa, has several sub plots that may ring true with many. The cinematography is amazing and will make you want to make a trip to non-touristy Goa immediately!
Lee M (us) wrote: This is really not a very good film, but hey, kids will enjoy it -- which was clearly the primary goal of the movie in the first place.
Inta K (us) wrote: quite ok, watchable action movie.
Nandita A (jp) wrote: NICE...First half is good but the second half n ending is as usual of nowaday's hindi love stories,predictable !!
Steph O (ag) wrote: After his father dies, Santi decides to go on a road trip to Mancora, Peru. His stepsister Xime and her husband Inigo come with him. "Mancora" is one of those dramatic road trip movies where the inevitable happens; sex, drugs, and some sort of emotional realisation. I think "Mancora" would have bored the absolute crap out of me if it wasn't for one thing; the actors who play Santi and Xime are ridiculously pretty. Nothing else about this movie is very impressive, really. It reminded me a lot of "Y Tu Mama Tambien". That's a much better dramatic-sexual-road-trip movie though.
samuel j (gb) wrote: While it drags on in one or two places, Crossing Over is a very engaging film. Top notch performances from Harrison Ford, Cliff Curtis and especially Summer Bishil. Wayne Kramer's reputation for brutally honest and well crafted stories remains intact.
Nicholas H (au) wrote: A fascinating look into the world of hired mercenaries and private security companies, with some great footage from Sierra Leone!
Natalie K (es) wrote: I suppose it was worth seeing once, although the end was kind of dumb
Campbell P (mx) wrote: This is the movie that started it all. Wes Anderson brings his awesome directing talent to his film debut, Bottle Rocket. This movie really capture a certain time period that never existed. This sounds like it'll make no sense but the way that the people dressed and the soundtrack and the dialogue made it seem like this was a period piece of a time that never existed. The story follows a group of criminals that go into hiding after their first heist and they get into a lot of funny situations including a bar fight and a cold storage break in. Owen and Luke Wilson are hilarious together, they have great chemistry together and pretty much every scene with them together guaranteed a laugh. The acting was great and as a result these great characters are born that made me laugh a lot. As you can assume I found Bottle Rocket to be really funny. The acting was funny, the situations they got in were funny, the setting was funny, everything was so quirky fun that it was hard not to crack a smile. The story has a lot of different levels but stays kind of simple in the very beginning since the only thing they really talk about is their heist they're planning. Later on though they have a romance, a conflict between Bob and Dignan, and another heist in the works. I was never bored of this movie and what it gave to me. What it gave me was a lot of happiness and a lot of laughs. Wes Anderson's direction is so good and so hard to not like. His quirky direction makes me as a viewer pleased with the setting, music, and characters and he really did a great job on this film. Bottle Rocket is an indie classic and I can see myself seeing it a lot in the future. B+
Sean O (au) wrote: Wesley Snipes (BLADE, TO WONG FOO THANKS FOR EVERYTHING JULIE NEWMAR) stars as a CIA agent acting as bodyguard to a beautiful Russian woman who has become the target of a gang of merciless gun-runners.
Ken D (mx) wrote: With as little screen time that George Burns had and the overabundance of John Denver, this was still a pretty likable flick. George Burns really brought a lot of charm and really is one of the few people who could really portray God and make it fun, but not too blasphemous. For the first half of the movie, I really couldn't stand all the whining that John Denver's character was doing, but in the second half he wasn't so bad. Cute little movie and a decent watch. Teri Garr really reminded me of Sarah Michelle Gellar at times. She did a great job as well. Lots of recognizable faces and only two lines from Donald Pleasance. That was a surprise.
Julian T (es) wrote: While I'm sure I've said this more than once, this might be the worst movie I have ever seen. It makes me want to strangle every single person who had any sort of hand in its creation. I will give Lugosi a smidgen of credit, as he does sort of try a little bit. Mitchell and Petrillio's ultra-lameo rip-off of Martin and Lewis ranks as one of the most pathetic duo performances of all time. Seriously, its just ridiculous even to a seasoned crappy movie veteran. Its so bad that its not even enjoyable in its badness. Just an hour and 15 minutes closer to death. Actually, death might be preferable to watching this again.
Michael T (es) wrote: Durbin's feature film debut (the film was nominated for Best Picture) is a delight from beginning to end, as is Durbin; she sings "Someone to Care for Me" and "My Heart Is Singing."
My C (br) wrote: The only way for Kimberly Pierce to redeem herself is if I like all her other films.
Nicky M (jp) wrote: An uneven romantic comedy/thriller that features absolutely no chemistry between the leads, bad dialogue, and a horrible plot. Other than that........