Tormented by nightmares, a woman experiences more horror when she goes to relax at a resort.
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Charles G (br) wrote: One of the best movies that I can remember seeing. Not one of the best sports movies but one of the best of any genre. You will laugh, cry, ponder and be inspired.
Shellbie H (it) wrote: im might watch this cause rob loves these type of films
Heather H (br) wrote: it was encouraging to hear the story of sacco & vanzetti. two people who not only had firm ethics, but the courage to stand by them even in the face of a biased and corrupt judicial system... i suggest you watch this dvd, listen to woody guthrie, and get radical.
Jennifer A (es) wrote: This is based on the book. I want to watch the movie before I read the book, that way I wont really be disappointed since the book is alway way better.
Vince S (ca) wrote: The story line wasn't well but the messages of sticking together was manifest.
Adrian F (de) wrote: beneath still waters isn't the worst straight to dvd movie ever made. there is a lot of blood and gore which is always fun, but the story line is really messy and the effects are god awful. its a good movie to watch at 2 or 3 in the morning if you're in the mood for something cheesy, bloody, and unintentionally funny. if there is one good thing to say about this film is that the bad guy is truly creepy, he plays a good, corny, villain.
Ashley H (de) wrote: Cellular is a substandard film. It is about a young man who receives an emergency phone call on his cell phone from an older woman. Kim Basinger and Chris Evans give terrible performances. The screenplay is badly written. David R. Ellis did a horrible job directing this movie. I was not impressed with this motion picture.
Konrad A (ru) wrote: This is a good movie to watch I like the scenery and where it takes place in Alaska the movie characters where good in this movie. And there was funny parts in this movie. Kids will like this movie!! I like this movie!!
Eric B (de) wrote: I laughed before I started watching it and then after I threw it in my toilet. Oh and also while smearing his face with number two.
Kevin B (gb) wrote: The opening and the climax were great, as was the monster, but in between there was a bit too much goofy comedy, melodrama, and hideous 80s fashions for me. Still fun, and worth a look.
Chris H (gb) wrote: A surprisingly well made 80's action film that avoids the head shaking one liners and usual mishandled cliches to form a genuinely enjoyable action film.
Richard D (nl) wrote: A not-entirely-successful fusion of Hammer horror with swashbuckling elements. It's a decent film, but I'm not too impressed with Horst Janson as the titular captain. I think he lacks the charisma needed to make his part work, and that drags the film down a bit for me. I have no such issues with the absolutely stunning Caroline Munro, who's presence here drags the film up quite a bit.
Logan M (it) wrote: It make low-budget horror films, like the works of Ed Wood, look like "The Shining."
Dax D (gb) wrote: Not bad for a confined space flick, but outside of that, its kind of iffy.
Filipe C (ag) wrote: If more proof was needed that Sturges is one of the all-time American screenwriters, look no further. Hail The Conquering Hero is an incredibly witty, astute satire that delves with a great sense of irony into the cult of the "war hero".
Phillip S (ru) wrote: I suspect I might have truly enjoyed this if we could've shaved about an hour off of it. Everything took 7,000 hours to get through. Every take, every exchange, every scene, stretched to infinity. Past the point of tension building or aesthetic reveling, all of which are worthy and justified, but there comes a point when a worthwhile story is hindered by hour-long glances and 17 fruitless stand-offs. Acting is exactly what you'd want to see, aesthetically rich and detailed, gorgeously photographed, expertly scored. There's enough magic here to save it from my personal dog house.
Jayakrishnan R (it) wrote: 84%Saw this on 4/1/16The incredibly unbelievable true story of Papillon is what sets it apart from many prison break films despite it's glacially slow pace. In this Steve McQueen epic, prison escape is extremely different from his own The Great Escape. The escape has no real point, it's simply a desperation of the character to break free and it may or may not be the right thing to do. Steve McQueen provides a terrific performance as the titular character with unbelievable character transformation shown in a mainstream cinema and Hoffman equally contributes. The film has a few strongly memorable scenes, definitely.
Adrian K (br) wrote: This was really fast and furious and stylo to boot!