When Harry Burck (Harmon), an American engineer on loan to Colombia, is taken hostage and held for ransom, his brother Corey (Schoeffling) and friend Jack (Busey) are among a group of men, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Let's Get Harry
Harry Burck has been kidnapped by South American terrorists, and when the US Government refuses to intervene, Harry's friends decide to take matters into their own hands!
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Michelle M (gb) wrote: I loved this movie. It's worth a look.I loved that it scared the crap out of me the first time I watched it.
Martin M (de) wrote: Despite a great cast, didn't think this film punched any punch.
Angel G (br) wrote: I actually liked the movie and still do
David G (ca) wrote: I think we can all agree this was a funny movie; not because of the acting and not because it's story but because of the constant energy that Chris Farley brings to the table despite his lack of a certain physique.
Rameshwar I (es) wrote: I was actually dreading to watch this movie since most similar genre movies end up to be melodramatic, preachy and finally sappy. My expectation started to turn out true with an irritating opening song through the credits and character introductions, but like the movie - I couldn't get the song out of my head now. Be it Michael Rapaport's unending bickering and whining, suave looks of Uma Thurman and then a masterstroke in a mature than her age teenager role of Natalie Portman. Adding her performance with 'Leon - The Professional', Natalie Portman is yesteryear's Chloe Mortez - but that is being generous for Chloe. Every serious, melodramatic moment has a fresh twist to make it entertaining, every character superbly defined and stay true to their character till the end. It was all in all an excellent ensemble performance from all involved appraising an equally well written script. Willie (Timothy Hutton) is at a crossroads with his career going nowhere as a musician and his relationship stuck due to his commitment phobia. He decides to comeback to his hometown to attend his high school reunion while catching up on his old friends Tommy (Matt Dillon), Mo (Noah Emmerich) and Paul (Michael Rapaport) each going through different phases in their life and relationships. When Willie thinks nothing could go any worse, he falls for a 13 year old Marty (Natalie Portman) There is a wicked sense of humor here commonly not associated with movies of that era. While the director treasures and elevates some key moments, also tries to keep it a little lighter and borderline quirky. What this movie required was not great performances but spontaneous ones and gets plenty of them from the able cast, especially little Natalie Portman. The background score could have been better except for the irritatingly catchy opening song which is used extensively throughout the movie. There is a little lull somewhere before the last quarter part of the movie, but picks up quite well leading to a predictable yet well executed finish. A rare male perspective romantic comedy with a superb spontaneous ensemble performance
Cassandra M (us) wrote: I can't believe some of the reviews I've read on this site about The Road to Wellville. Some people complain that it was crude and disgusting, others complain that it didn't have a coherent plot, and still others whine that it wasn't historically accurate (concerning Dr. Kellogg's methods). Those reviewers clearly missed the boat. As for those who thought the movie was crude and disgusting, what did you expect from a comedy set in a turn-of-the-century health sanitorium run by a well meaning but eccentric doctor? Such a movie is bound to contain scenes of patients vomiting, getting enemas, and having a sexual tryst or two, just as undoubtedly occurred in many health sanitoriums at that time. Furthermore, none of those scenes were graphic, so I don't understand anybody being offended by them. As for complaints that the movie didn't have a coherent plot, it didn't need one. It was a comedy, not a drama! The health sanitorium setting was a perfect vehicle for satirizing turn-of-the-century attitudes about health, and it was the dialogue and comedic situations that held the movie together and kept it moving, not its plot. Finally, for those who complain that the movie wasn't historically accurate about Dr. Kellogg's actual methods (such as his character's use of electric-powered machines for health therapy), the movie was a comedy, not a biography! It was meant to elicit laughs, and in that respect it was a smashing success. I haven't laughed so much during a movie in a long time. Some people should take Sargeant Hulka's ("Stripes") advice and "lighten up." Good comedy is not dependent on plot or historical accuracy to be entertaining; all that matters is that it's funny, and Wellville was one of the funniest comedies I've ever seen.
Alex R (ag) wrote: Horrible just horrible
Zachary M (mx) wrote: The town of Cut Bank, Montana is apparently filled with liars, crooks, and psychopaths. None of the characters are sympathetic, but none are so bad that you feel any attachment to them in that you want them to get their componence. In fact, the only feeling I got from this movie was anger after it was over because, spoiler, the man character, who really is to blame for all of this, gets any consequences. None. Lie to the authorities, scam your friends and townsfolk, unleash a psycho murder on the town, and neglected your dying father, if you do all that you apparently only get a stern talking to and then you get to ride off with your beauty pageant girlfriend, who's father was almost killed because of you. Nice to know.
Liam C (gb) wrote: While the reveal may feel forced, The Canal's first 75 minutes remind me of Kubrick's "Shining". The slow burn, beautifully shot, great acting, and terrifying build up makes The Canal a must see.
Brandon S (nl) wrote: Its a movie that's so shamelessly clawing at raunch and controversy that it's sad. It really doesn't feel at all like they tried to make a good movie.