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Friso C (br) wrote: This movie has officially reached the point which I thought was impossible, and I know I'm not alone on this one. I'm talking about the point where it doesn't even make a lesbian Milla Jovovich worth while sitting through the rest of the 101 minutes of complete awfulness.
MF J (br) wrote: Heard a lot of great things about this film and finally got a chance to watch it. what a great comedy! Really well done, acted and produced, this film is a great romantic exploration of relationships and how things can turn from one unexpected event to a complete change of dichotomies between characters. Cher is brilliantly leading this film and display an amazing talent for both drama and comedy. A must see.
Stuart K (de) wrote: Directed by Jonathan Kaplan, (The Accused (1988), Unlawful Entry (1992) and Brokedown Palace (1999)) and released by American International Pictures. This blaxploitation film was the acting debut of singer and musician Isaac Hayes, who had just won the Best Original Song Oscar for Shaft (1971), and he was looking to get into acting. It's a good film with some good action set pieces along the way. Truck Turner (Hayes) is a former football player turned bounty hunter who has been assigned by bail bondsman Fogarty (Dick Miller) to look for pimp Richard Leroy "Gator" Johnson (Paul Harris) who has skipped bail and gone on the run. Following a tip off from Gator's old pimp friend Duke (Scatman Crothers), they manage to find Gator, but it ends up having bad repercussions, especially when Gator's former prostitutes, led by Dorinda (Nichelle Nichols) and crime kingpin Harvard Blue (Yaphet Kotto). With Truck's life in danger, he's forced to go on the run across Los Angeles, to stay ahead of Blue. but also find a way to fight back. It's heavily layered with a lot of action set pieces, but it is a suspenseful and exciting film to watch, plus this is what you'd expect from the blaxploitation genre. Violent yet enjoyable. and Hayes is a likable presence, plus he also scored the film, some passages of the music were later used for the Kill Bill films. Oh, Quentin!! :P
Tanner B (jp) wrote: Harold and Maude (1971) C-91m. ? 1/2 D: Hal Ashby. Ruth Gordon, Bud Cort, Vivian Pickles, Cyril Cusack. Pickles' brilliantly subdued performance is only virtue of this overly self-satisfied, boring film about boy who's fascinated with death and routinely kills himself out in public to embarrass his mother. Not the film it should have been; a confusing misfire.
Jonathan S (de) wrote: It's the cinematic equivalent of reading a Halloween joke book with every bad ghoulish pun you can think of, but if that book were read by Vincent Price, Peter Lorre, Basil Rathbone, and Boris Karloff then I wouldn't mind hearing it.
Matthew L (ca) wrote: A middling effort from Hammer, that only features one vampire and is only seen in the last ten minutes of the film. Kronos spends most of his time killing the local villagers and bedding future 'Bond Girl' Caroline Munro. This could have been so much more than it is, however it's still infinitely better than Van Helsing.
Rick P (fr) wrote: Arguably the best movie Burt Reynolds ever made. The plot is good, the acting is excellent (it allows humor to have a role in propelling the plot,a technique that too many movies don't avail themselves of anymore...) Much of the success of the movie goes to the TEN star SOUNDTRACK. It's tight, it's classy and it reflects a culture that isn't 100% sourced on post-rap music revisionist history. This WAS the 80's in many ways that many people don't think it's profitable to portray.
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