National Lampoon's Vacation
Clark Griswold is on a quest to take his family on a quest to Walley World theme park for a vacation, but things don't go exactly as planned.
- Stars:Antonio Aguilar, Leela Desai, Najmul Hussain, Jagdish Sethi, Wasti, R.P. Kapoor, Nandkishore Mehra, Dhruba Kumar, Rajani Rani, Kalabati, Pankaj Mullick, Chevy Chase, Beverly D'Angelo, Imogene Coca, Randy Quaid, Anthony Michael Hall, Dana Barron, Eddie Bracken, Brian Doyle-Murray, Miriam Flynn, James Keach, Eugene Levy, Frank McRae, John Candy, Christie Brinkley, Jane Krakowski,
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Daniel P (gb) wrote: Strange yet highly intriguing
Justin A (de) wrote: It wash't as bad as I remembered, but still a major step down. I compared Hellraiser 2 to Dream Warriors, and if that is the case, Hellraiser 3 is more like A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: Dream Master. Higher production values, arguably better direction, tighter editing, but just flat overall. Anthony Hickox is a more exciting director than Tony Randel, but the action feels out of place for this Hellraiser series. The gimmicky cenobites is really cheesy and definitely takes this once original and creepy franchise into MTV territory. It reminds me a bit of Robocop, where it's obviously an ultra violent movie for adults, yet you can't help but get the feeling it's marketed for kids to sell new cenobite toys. I remember hating this movie as a kid (I saw the first four when I was about 10/11-years-old), so even if this movie was intended to sell toys (which would be dumb as hell if it was the case) they did a terrible job. The acting has its ups and downs. Terry Farrell is actually a pretty good lead (and possibly the best in the series), but the rest of the cast is either hit or miss. I would likely put a lot of the blame on the script, though, as there wasn't much to work with and a lot of the dialogue is cringe worthy. It's unfortunate too, because the editing was better and the movie was more polished, but Anthony Hickox may have been the wrong person to be at the helm for this movie. Not recommended.
Alexander C (nl) wrote: Would like to see at some stage.
Stuart K (au) wrote: Directed by Martin Campbell (GoldenEye (1995), The Mask of Zorro (1998) and Casino Royale (2006)), this is a very entertaining sci-fi action film, based on The Penal Colony by Richard Herley, it's a product of it's time and proud of it. Plus, Campbell got together a very good cast for the film, and it uses old school special effects and although it drags a little bit, this is a film which still manages to be compelling for most of the time. It's 2022, and prison colonies are owned by huge corporations. Former Marine John Robbins (Ray Liotta) murdered his commanding officer a decade prior after killing innocent civilians, and after escaping from 2 high security prisons, is confined to an extreme prison, whose warden (Michael Lerner) has Robbins sent to the island of Absolom, where prisoners have become feral tribes. As soon as Robbins lands, he's captured by The Outsiders, led by Marek (Stuart Wilson), but Robbins escapes and meets another group, The Insiders, led by The Father (Lance Henriksen), who has been planning to overthrow Marek, (they're fierce rivals) and find a way off Absolom, which is exactly what Robbins wants as well. It manages to do quite a lot with so little, with cameos from UK TV actors such as Don Henderson and Ian McNeice, it's not all perfect, but it makes the most of it's locations in Queensland, Australia. Plus, this film got Campbell the job of doing GoldenEye (1995), good on him.
Bronte S (es) wrote: I don't get what all the fuss is about! This is a FANTASTIC movie........ I just can't stop watching it :0 Nicole Kidman and Will Ferrell have the greatest chemistry. Nicole plays the part so well. so adorable!!!! This movie is full of laughs and romance. I love the modern - day technology used with the witches tricks. The storyline is written really well aswell as acted out amazing! Will Ferrell is hilarious as always, although all the screaming kind of got annoying. Overall, BEST MOVIE EVERRRRRRRR!!!!!!
Gabriel C (jp) wrote: I am convinced that Aaron Seltzer and Jason Friedberg are trying to kill the spoof genre, and perhaps all of comedy.
mark d (ca) wrote: MubiFollowing the film's restoration, Wake in Fright screened at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival on 15 May 2009 when it was selected as a Cannes Classic title by the head of the department, Martin Scorsese. Wake in Fright is one of only two films ever to screen twice in the history of the festival. Scorsese said, "Wake in Fright is a deeply -- and I mean deeply -- unsettling and disturbing movie. I saw it when it premiered at Cannes in 1971, and it left me speechless. Visually, dramatically, atmospherically and psychologically, it's beautifully calibrated and it gets under your skin one encounter at a time, right along with the protagonist played by Gary Bond. I'm excited that Wake in Fright has been preserved and restored and that it is finally getting the exposure it deserves.