Class of Fun is the hilariously funny family film chronicling the misadventures of a young intern teacher at an elementary school.
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Fabien R (ag) wrote: un ovni, mais un ovni tres sympathique.La bande son est excellente.
Scott C (au) wrote: Strange movie. Somewhat watchable, but not my cup of tea.
Peetah M (br) wrote: Umm I use to watch this movie when I was little. And for the longest time, I thought ticks were actually THAT big.
Simon D (mx) wrote: A very weak entry into the Star Trek series. The team of cheesy bad actors try to save a community of smiley do-gooders from evil Aliens who want to kill them all for some reason or another. It all looks like a bad episode of lost. I really think Patrick Stewart was a terrible choice for this role. When the main star of these films is so bad, it lowers the bar for all those lesser paid actors, and seemingly, the storywriters too.
Khris N (de) wrote: Wesley hits the air time again, as a US Marshall pursuing a computer genius who was kidnapped at high altitude by a group of elite parachutists and ex law enforcement and soldiers. Knowing that the kidnappers and his prisoner is still alive, he takes to the skies with the aid of a crazy drop expert and her equally crazy team , learning how to parachute, as well following the trail of the kidnappers, who have a bad guy agenda to make millions, by utilizing their skills. Wesley can't get enough of high altitude, and honestly, if we had mroe cops and security like Snipes, we'd be a hella lot safer! But anyways, this movie, like Passenger 57, set the bar again for a new kind of action. A mix of gun play, fist-cuffs and sky diving embroiled in an average though believable plot, makes for a pretty good flick.And why not? This is one of the earliest movies to take extreme sports to the big screen in a big way, and the sky diving cinematography was excellent, most of the time. But the cast was good, another bad guy in the form of bad ass Gary Busey. Snipes, once again, is a flawed and vulnerable character, and is pretty much a novice when it comes sky diving. But considering what he's up against, he had to learn how to fly pretty fast, before the ground or the bad guys get him, whichever comes first. So welcome to the daredevil world of sky diving.... and Wesley Snipes. XD
Demonic N (ru) wrote: This looks really crap.
Gordon T (br) wrote: Dialog John Saxon as Captain Pearson: A puppy was found on the beach this morning; he had his head torn . . . off. And we have a Susan Watkins from Encino: slumming I presume: in the hospital, her legs mangled and her mind blown half-way to the moon. Fellas: talk to your friends, talk to your wives, have a few stiff-drinks! Someone Come-Up with what The Hell it is we're dealing with here. -- Capt. Pearson: So doc, are you going to give me any scientific information I can use or just a bunch of mumbo jumbo I'd find on the side-panel of a cereal box? Dr. Dimitrios (Stefan Gierasch) smiles, puts his pipe in his mouth Mumbo Jumbo John Saxon as Capt. Pearson: (sighs) Okay, get the Hell out of here. -- Burt Young as Sergeant Royko: You know Cap, if this was Chicago, we'd already have caught this nut. Capt. Pearson stares into Royko's eyes: Another remark like that Royko and Chicago is we're you'll end-up being. -- WHO THE HECK keeps giving these WONDERFUL FILMS like BLOOD BEACH low ratings? The dialog is soooo funny and engaging!!!!! (And there are a few in-jokes, one being Sergeant Royko [played by Burt Young] is based on Chicago columnist Mike Royko who was always stirring up trouble for Chicago politicians. Even Gene Shalit on the TODAY Show enjoyed BLOOD BEACH . . . he showed the ending of the movie in his film-clip. Burt Young and John Saxon Steal the Show; both guys are soooo real and funny. BLOOD BEACH "came-out" in summer of 1981 but I saw it as the third feature of JERRY GROSS' TRIPLE HORROR SHOW (on October 31, 1981 with Dad at the Mayfair Theater in Philadelphia, PA). Later, I'd found out that THE JERRY GROSS ORGANIZATION self-financed BLOOD BEACH, lost all its money and released ZOMBIE, THE BOOGEYMAN, and BLOOD BEACH as a TRIPLE-BILL (Jerry Gross 1940-2002 Rest in Peace). The tag-line: Just as you thought it was safe to go back to the water, you can't get across the beach. Gene Shalit LOVED BLOOD BEACH and I (aged 10) LOVED and still LOVE BLOOD BEACH to this day. It seems like it would be rated PG-13 today . . . . Oh: After the would-be rapist is attacked by the Monster, these kids come running past Sergeant Royko screaming, "We've found it! We found it! We found the guy's wiener!! And throw the guy's balls to Royko who reflexively catches them and looks around dumfounded for a place to wipe his hands off. FUNNY!!!!! And then when "they're" excavating a "disappearance site," they find a victim's eyeball and SERGENT ROYKO asks "the Guy:" What color eyes did your friend have, or had? Dude: even George Lucas say a film is good if it makes you either laugh or cry. BLOOD BEACH is a very funny Monster-Movie . . . I guess without Burt Young and John Saxon, BLOOD BEACH wouldn't be a hundred percent fresh. Also, on the MEDIA HOME ENTERTAINMENT VHS tape, the Boom (the microphone is present during an entire scene the hero and the heroine are conversing on the boardwalk. Maybe only Good Sports (people who don't take things Way Too Seriously) can appreciate films bearing the qualities of BLOOD BEACH, take for instance Gene Shalit . . . I watch Sponge Bob Square Pants with my family and there's a Gene Salad characterization of the real-life Gene Shalit . . . Maybe That's It: Film Critics are very analytical and take things waaay to seriously causing them to "hate-on" perfectly entertaining films like BLOOD BEACH.
Nicole M (fr) wrote: One of my favie movies. Stockard Channing was so pretty in it and her performance was hilarious!
Mark B (us) wrote: i actually dig this movie .. but understands why it flopped .. great soundtrack and lee marvin steals the show .. not i just have to get "wanderin star" outta my head
Aaron P (de) wrote: A fantastic character piece.
Alailson B (ru) wrote: Acossado ajudou a mudar muitos dos caminhos que o cinema tomaria na parte final do sculo XX.
Steven H (nl) wrote: way ahead of its time in more than one way
An P (kr) wrote: Gardner is super beautiful. Peck is super handsome. I don't care about the rest...