La semana que viene (sin falta)
- Stars:Akshaye Khanna, Darshan Jariwala, Shefali Shetty, Bhoomika Chawla, Daniel Janks, Ilanit Shapiro, Mithilesh Chaturvedi, Rajendranath Zutshi, Bomie E. Dotiwala, Gregg Viljoen, Rustom Irani, Imanol Arias, Charlie Levi Leroy, Roberto San Martín, Bárbara de Lema, Rosario Pardo, Nuria González, Josu Ormaetxe, Nuria Mencía, Esther Toledano, Enrique Berrendero, Junio Valverde, Antonio de la Fuente, Jarek Bielsky, Juan Viadas, Benjamín Seva,
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Lyndsay C (de) wrote: No surprise here. It's not very good.
Kenneth G (au) wrote: Greatest movie in my collection. Tells us how our government is screaming for your money and how we can fix it.
Panit C (mx) wrote: not the best in every categories but still hold my heart when the music started
Dave C (ru) wrote: Rather too complicated
cli o (es) wrote: ehh. . . . no thanks
FilmGrinder S (nl) wrote: 62%"You're not a gorehound are ya?"-Lodger (Barry Corbin)Corbin is the only funny thing in this black "comedy" (for black comedy, watch VERY BAD THINGS). Unfortunately, this movie is about one joke, and that joke is......"Uhh...awk...Gab...Gabriela..."-Paul Guell (William Baldwin)
Emilia P (ru) wrote: This was actually really bad, bad acting and all, but still really funny. Somehow I liked this.
David A (ca) wrote: Another Cary Grant in WWII movie. This one has a pink submarine. How could you go wrong?
Tim S (mx) wrote: The Dungeonmaster (AKA Ragewar) tells the story of a computer genius named Paul who is having relationship problems because of his obsession with his home computer. He and his girlfriend are suddenly taken to another world where they must meet a set of challenges set by a demon of sorts who wants to make sure that they never return to their own dimension. Armed with his computer on his arm, he must find it within himself to beat all of the challenges and defeat the demon. This is a pretty interesting movie, to say the least. It has a lot of sci-fi and horror elements, but it just feels bland in the long run. It's notorious for featuring the band W.A.S.P., as well as Richard Moll as the demon. It's various challenge sequences were directed by a number of people, including John Carl Buechler, Ted Nicolaou, and Charles Band. It was due to have a sequel, but the unfinished movie was never released due to the collapse of Empire Pictures. It's not an amazing movie, but it does have some fun elements and is worth checking out at least once.