No Right Turn

No Right Turn

A haunting fairy-tale thriller set between snowy landscapes and a neon city.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:91 minutes
  • Release:2009
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   revenge,   betrayal,  

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John B (nl) wrote: wonderful to see this book come to life as I really enjoyed watching this one with good acting and story line. It's gotta be true if a 4 year old can show us

Martyn M (ru) wrote: Sam Shepard is superb as the tough, grizzled James Blackthorn of the title, in reality the legendary outlaw Butch Cassidy living out his later years as a peaceful horse breeder in Bolivia. An encounter with a Spanish thief leads to his ruthless streak surfacing and a deadly adventure to recover his money. A gritty and believable plot, gunplay in which guns are used as they should be (i.e. not 50 shots from a six-shooter without re-loading) and stunning scenery provide for a western that is much superior to most of the others of this genre.

Muffin M (de) wrote: I own this on DVD in a four movie pack along with:* Scooby-Doo (2002)* Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed (2004)* Scooby-Doo: The Mystery Begins (2009)

Adam P (jp) wrote: The production value is pretty amateur and it occasionally skims over the details to get to the (often-biased) drama, but on the other hand...it's filled with tons of candid footage of the Wu Tang Clan's formation. And viewed as a compilation tape it's fascinating.

Robbie N (ag) wrote: Monster House boasts impressive stop motion work, with a strong plot that goes above and beyond the story arch of your average kids movie. It manages to deliver enough scares to keep children on their feet, but isn't too much they can't handle. The dialogue and steady direction are definitely impressive, as Steve Buscemi lends his wonderfully "old-man" voice to the film. As a child, I was hesitant when this first came out, fearing it would be too scary, however, it is a lot of fun Not only for kids, either, as Monster House takes a step further, and makes the film entertaining for adults, not just kids, which is a rare feature in kid's films these days. Monster House is an impressively spooky and wonderfully executed movie, for kids and adults to enjoy.

Asif K (it) wrote: need to see it again

Sarah D (de) wrote: It's soft core porn disguised as a horror movie.

Ola G (br) wrote: A serial killer and an expert on martial arts is preying on strippers in Manhattan's Times Square in New York. Night after night, he visits smoky strip clubs, waiting for his victims and then randomly slashing and killing them. Matt Rossi (Tom Berenger) is a former boxer trying to escape his past whom is currently employed at a talent agency which caters exotic dancers to mafia-controlled strip clubs all over Manhattan. Matt and his business partner, Nicky Parzeno (Jack Scalia), are relentlessly dogged by Al Wheeler (Billy Dee Williams), a persistent police detective on the case of the murdered strippers, and is hoping to find something to nail both Matt and Nicky on. Matt is trying at the same time to reconcile with his former flame, Loretta (Melanie Griffith), whom also works as a dancer. With the police constantly hounding them, and under pressure from the mob to do something about the killings, Matt must somehow face his inner demons to find the killer before he strikes again..."Fear City" is a low budget b-movie thriller from Abel Ferrara adding a mix of sex, nudity and violence to portray Times Square in the early 80s, but at the same time he was most certainly looking for tabloid headlines and shock value to get an audience in the cinemas. The movie was originally made by 20th Century-Fox, but they decided that it had too much nudity, sex, violence and drug references for them, so they sold it to the independent Aquarius Releasing. Compared to Ferraras quite disturbing, but much more effective and visual "Ms. 45" (1981), this follow up is pretty disappointing. First of all the antagonist, the so called Karate killer makes no sense in my book. I guess due to the success of several martial arts movies back then, they decided that the killer should use martial arts and some how connect his killings to a cleaning of both himself and the city of New York in an eastern philosophical way. Did it work? No. Despite some ok names in the main roles (Berenger, Williams etc), I hardly believe any of them feel all that happy about their performances in this film. Melanie Griffith has never been a very good actress and "Fear City" doesnt change that fact. It was however nice to see some old 80s crushes passing by in the shape of Rae Dawn Chong and Mara Conchita Alonso. Abel Ferrara is good at showing the sleezy side of NYC and that has partly become his brandmark. But, he is quite uneven as a director, and this is a good example of the downside of his profession. The acting is so so, the dialogue so so, the action pretty ridiculous. But, you get a glimpse of some ok tension/ drama once in a while in the film. Nice to have seen it, but "Fear City" is hardly something you would see twice.

JeanSbastienF (nl) wrote: These movie did help me with my coming-out in June 1982.

Samantha S (de) wrote: This might be one of my new favorite films! Every frame had meaning and information that built the story. Ever moment was essential to the larger message. My own boredom, if any, came from incorrectly reading the information presented.

WS W (au) wrote: Directed by Catherine Hardwicke ("Twilight I", "Red Riding Hood", "Lords of Dogtown", "Thirteen"), so probably you could already anticipate what you will get from this film. It basically has got every element in it- MTV, behind-the-scene mocumentary, erotic, soapie, & then wrapping up in horror out of nowhere. In other words, nothing after all.

Plain C (ca) wrote: amazing stuff ballz deep in sci fi pie fi

Jared T (fr) wrote: great movie if you like vampire movies

Leonard D (kr) wrote: A childhood nightmare which still gives me the creeps till this day! Modern CGI won't be able to recreate the uniqueness and quality that this one has after the past few decades!