Andrew Morton is an attorney who made it out of the slums. Nick Romano is his client, a young man with a long string of crimes behind him. After he lost his paycheck gambling, hoping to buy... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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nika k (de) wrote: The perfect teen chick flick!!
Maximus D (jp) wrote: A freaky and disturbing torture porn flick that could possbily happen.
Mithun G (ru) wrote: Korean version of "In the mood for love." Needless to say doesn't even come close.
Walt K (fr) wrote: pretty hokey, and definitely puts me in mind of 'The Day After Tomorrow.' but as far as "natural disaster" or "storm flicks" go, it's worthy of inclusion on the list.
Koji K (kr) wrote: Anodina. Se deja ver y se olvida facilmente.
Andre C (de) wrote: It's a little (regarding the money invest) french movie. It's base on few place (one for most of the time) and on few actors. The story is very interesting and actors play really good. Very nice too see
Freeman M (ag) wrote: Nothing much to recommend, honestly.
Hosni G (us) wrote: Not the kind that would draw attention, Ironweed still stands as one of the underrated films of the 80's. Jack Nicholson and Meryl Streep gave fine performances as drifters.
cli o (us) wrote: no thanks not my kinda thing
Luke H (ca) wrote: a sequel to Hammer's horror movie 'She' - not quite as captivating as it's predecessor but keep your ears peeled and you may just hear a sample found in a drum and bass tune that i can't name as of the moment!
Alex V (ru) wrote: I love these powerful tales of the hardship of California hoods. It's just such a strongly acted and made film.
Timothy S (ru) wrote: Everyone knows that certain someone who takes Christmas just a little too seriously every year, and the lead character in "Christmas Evil" personifies that person in every way, shape and form. In a way, Brandon Maggart reminded me of a homicidal Pee Wee Herman, and that's a big part of why the film isn't entirely successful. It strives to be something different, and it definitely is that, but it's impossible to take any of it seriously. It's not as campy as the other perennial Christmas favorite "Silent Night, Deadly Night", and it's not as good either. Still, the moments that are supposed to be psychologically creepy are mostly just funny. But the film is not without a certain appeal. I liked the idea of this holiday zealot spreading his peculiar brand of holiday cheer and terror equally, but the film goes nowhere. And then there are touches of weirdness that go unexplained and just left me wondering. But the final scene in which Maggart's Christmas van flies off in front of the full moon is priceless. It's easily the best moment in a film that tries so hard and almost makes it. It's ultra-cheap and hasn't aged well over the years, but in a strange way that only accentuates the film's charm. What little gore there is is unconvincing and poorly filmed, and while the movie is never dull, it is dated and laughable. It admittedly has its moments, but "Christmas Evil" isn't likely to become a new holiday favorite. It has an undeniable quirky charm, but that only takes this oddball picture so far.
Isla B (mx) wrote: Didn't concentrate enough to follow it, but it wasted a couple of hours. She was bloody awful.
Diane A (ca) wrote: A satisfying enough little journey of the portmanteau kind. Although it probably seems a little cliched now, this could largely be due to subsequent films like Vault of Terror borrowing from it's genre pool.