The bikers are the heroes and the lawmen are the villains in this vintage action drama. The Spirits are a motorcycle club who ride the highways and country roads of Michigan; while they look rough, wear beat-up denim and favor Harley Davidsons, the Spirits are good guys at heart, more likely to help a stranger change a flat tire than rough him up. Northville Cemetery Massacre is a 1976 motorcycle exploitation film written and directed by William Dear and Thomas L. Dyke. Nick Nolte did an uncredited voice over for the film's lead actor, David Hyry.
Malcolm G (jp) wrote: There simply is no point in being nice about movies like this one, all this does is encourage the movie-maker to make more of the same. I see notes in Rotten Tomatoes saying that a better script and a bigger budget would have improved the final product - this rubbishes (quite rightly) the script and the special effects. All that leaves is the acting - which was ham in the extreme. Most year-end school productions are better than this. How dare they even release it ???? This is utter twaddle !!!
PH H (jp) wrote: Un film bien pourri. On rigole une ou deux reprises pour les btises d'Eric et Ramzy, mis part ca ... meme si c'tait une satire et non une comedie, c'etait chiant :)
Erica W (au) wrote: very comical. my 2 year old adores this movie
Anvesh M (kr) wrote: Excellent in every department! A solid plot, different kinds of characters, smashing music & the heart-stopping John Abraham! 1 of the finest movies of 2004. Totally changed the action level of Bollywood.
Brian V (us) wrote: This was one of the most predictable movies ever produced and putting it in the category of suspense is laughable. If not for the courage of the great Vincent Cassel, Derailed would be lost.
Becs D (ru) wrote: A film for me that at times were impressive and others boring. The main focus is much like a lot of Hitchcock films, the whole storyline is based in one room. The storyline doesn't get anywhere quickly, but when it does it starts to make sense and becomes intriguing. Watchable but missable
Tim M (au) wrote: Sommers really loves O'Connor. While the annoying actor does great as Igor in Van Helsing, his role in Deep Rising will have you wishing the beasts would get him already. Instead, a beautiful woman is killed off, a damn shame. It also would have been better if Hounsou didn't die so early. Otherwise, a solid late-90's monster movie starring Famke Janssen. It's hokey and the effects are dated, but it's still a fun time. "Poseidon Adventure, Alien Resurrection, any heist movies, Jaws, and a little art house flick called Titanic all in one."
Zach O (gb) wrote: Sure, it's a cash-in. It's also widely underrated. The film doesn't really know what to do with itself at many points, giving it an aimless quality, but it still manages to have several very funny moments. The outtakes with Sellers are pretty effective. Not a bad way to end the series, considering that at this point Sellers was dead. It offers up a little closure that would be quickly ended by two even more ridiculous sequels.
Jonathan M (de) wrote: Totally insufferable political cinema from Goddard. There are 2 or 3 interesting scenes, but the low budget, poor acting and tiresome script leave "Tout va bien" as little more than an historical curiosity of post May 1968 France.
Kay L (us) wrote: Good, but I enjoyed Marius more.
Jason K (es) wrote: WHAT IS THIS!?WHY DOES THIS EXIST!