No Man's Land: The Rise of Reeker
A sheriff and his son who are tracking down a group of bank robbers on their way to Mexico, only to discover that they are being stalked by a far more deadly enemy — The Reeker.
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Jeremy K (br) wrote: Hero? Boring. Secondary Female Lead? Dreadful. Guy who sort of looks like Bryan Fury from the game? Yes- for about two minutes? Cary Hiroyuki_Tagawa? Check (But watch Mortal Kombat if you actually wanted him to do cool stuff.). 90 minutes of my life I will never get back. Be warned!
Tengku Z (it) wrote: Brilliant movie. Not sure what's with the bad rating but certainly one of the most satisfying one.
Carmen V (es) wrote: MUY BUENA PELICULA...
Paula R (de) wrote: I saw this movie on Starz Real and it was titled Forever Lulu. I am a sucker for a schizophrenic storyline. The plot moves fast and it was a tearjerker as well as pulling off some really funny lines and scenes.
cli o (kr) wrote: no thanks not my kinda thing
Claudine M (kr) wrote: This is from when Gere had black hair??!! O.o
Mohammad H (jp) wrote: one of da best love triangle movies made salman was ona roll by dat time i have seen dis movie like 10 times when i was a kid and i have da dvd for dis i cant stop watchin dis again and again..........salman does play a aashiq awara role very nicely he us makes it look so real and sanjay dutt amazin and madhuri has been da best throughout her career..........da music is super hit dude wanaa listen em again and again especially da title song
TTT C (ru) wrote: (** 1/2): Thumbs Down Whimsical and charming but not entirely exciting/compelling. A near-miss.
SV G (mx) wrote: This is one of those I can't quite love it but I don't exactly hate it either kind of a movie. VERY strange lil film over 20 yrs old now - storyline has a moral and a tale to tell but the script needed lots of work - however very strong and impressive performance here (very) by John Turturro which made it worth the watch, so if you are a fan of his as I am, then this should be on your must see list. Nice job by Jodie Foster and Tim Robbins as well - but this was Tuturro's spotlight.
Jason S (mx) wrote: so fucking bad. I love it. gonna watch this and breakin 2-electric bugaloo
Marta R (mx) wrote: Really didn't keep my interest...
Millo T (es) wrote: More relevant for the historical fact itself than for the development of the film.
Luis Diego R (ru) wrote: Great Latin American film that through the life of an intellectual writer and some documentary-like stories shows the post-revolution Cuban culture.
Sarah F (ca) wrote: I would like to see this, i think...
Tommy D (de) wrote: Even though it isn't as majestic and mesmerising as other Terrence Malick movies, the patience of the viewer is well rewarded with a stunning direction and photography, as well as the terrific performance of Christian Bale.Knight of Cups manages to give exacltly what Malick fans are looking for.
Farah R (br) wrote: I've been wanting to watch this film ever since I heard it was forbidden from release in the Middle East. And considering I've lived in Saudi Arabia for a few years I can honestly say that although there's some truth to the comedic aspects, a lot of the movie is inaccurate and I might even add inappropriate in terms of representing Islam. Tom Hanks did nothing more than give a good performance as always so it's the storyline itself that fails to captivate and entertain.