Bo Durant, a volatile, working-class gearhead, sees himself trapped in a world with few possibilities but when he falls off his stepdaughter's bike, suffers a concussion, stops eating, and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
One Way to Valhalla
Bo Durant, a volatile, working-class gearhead, sees himself trapped in a world with few possibilities but when he falls off his stepdaughter's bike, suffers a concussion, stops eating, and ...
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Randy P (it) wrote: Very heart aching, and has some decent performances.But it's ending is a little forced.
Kaelyn W (es) wrote: awesome action/adventure film. DO NOT watch with young children. should be a 15 in my opinion. BUT AMAZING!!! really good but scary.
Stephanie L (it) wrote: Kind of boring. Not "bone-chilling" like I thought it would be
Cody L (gb) wrote: This movie gave me very mixed feelings. The performances are all very good and the story has some interesting ideas, but the characters come off like a bunch of pretentious dicks and too many things are left without any explanation.
Adam H (ag) wrote: I have way too much time on my hands. I should exercise. Read a book. Take up wood work. Anything but watch something as truly awful as this...thing. Few things make for a more miserable cinematic experience than a comedy that actually makes an effort to be funny and is just so horrendously bad that I'm more entertained by the commercial breaks (I wouldn't be watching this if it wasn't on TV). The Happy Madison logo should be warning enough.
Frances H (ru) wrote: Emotionally touching study of familial love and grief set against the breath-taking beauty of rural China.
Suroor A (ag) wrote: Brilliant film about a family caught up in the Gujarat riots. Fantastic performances by Naseeruddin Shah and Sarika. But why is it in English?
Meltem T (br) wrote: uhh... bad movie. i could see what they wanted to do, but the execution was terrible.
William F (ca) wrote: This is one of those very strange films that somehow manages to be even more entertaining than its predecessor, and yet is nothing more than an exact copy of said predecessor. I honestly don't know what it is, but for some reason this movie comes off as being less memorable, yet more of a delight to watch.
Tyler S (gb) wrote: Simplistic fun little film. Sorta just passes from one fish out of water scenario after the next with very little else, but it's got a great ending.
Brett S (mx) wrote: Criminally under-rated, this is every bit as good as both If and O Lucky Man (that are masterpieces in themselves). Nobody gets out of this film alive. A dark and comic masterpiece.
Martin T (es) wrote: With the string of shitty movies that John Huston pumped out during his final years, it's kind of a miracle that he ended his career with something as wonderful as The Dead. This one is another literary adaptation (from Flannery O'Connor's first novel) but is far, far less satisfying. I haven't read O'Connor's work, but I have to believe it's not nearly this condescending to Southerners. Most of the major characters are ignorant kooks, the same kind of smug fake-liberal viewpoint seen in stuff like Junebug. Aww see, they're racist and uneducated, but aren't they lovably quirky? The movie also has a lot of inappropriately goofy music, to help point out how wacky and satirical it all is. There are some unusual takes on religion here, but they're not developed very far, and the movie really doesn't mine anything that interesting until the last 15-20 minutes. Other than that, it's pretty much a waste of a good Brad Dourif performance.
Vadim D (ru) wrote: It's not the greatest film, but has enough style and atmosphere to fill the gaps in storytelling. Having a great cast (aside from Heather Graham) really helps to keep the movie afloat.
Simon C (it) wrote: More valuable as an educational film about 'What Not to Do' regarding Infection Control. Even at its short run-time, still found myself impatient for it to be over.
Andrew M (kr) wrote: Stephen King has a habit of taking ordinary objects - hedge animals, dogs, and in the case of Christine, cars - and turns them into extraordinary, and usually haunted, objects. The problem with Christine is that, aside from a few select moments, this haunted car just doesn't pack many scares. There are scenes that work, especially those when either a specific '50s classic rock song or John Carpenter's mysterious soundtrack come into play, but for the most part, the thrills are mostly flat. It's rare to complain about ambiguity, but perhaps a few more details of exactly what's motivating this car to go on a merciless killing spree would do this story well. The other "half" of this story, dealing with the teenagers and their relationships, is actually handled pretty well: the interactions and overall atmosphere fits the era well, and the performances, while nothing special, get the job done. It's far from the kind of work expected from someone like John Carpenter: fortunately, even the lesser works of a legend like Carpenter are only middle-of-the-line.