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Jackie S (br) wrote: abridged: i liked this one.
Keith W (gb) wrote: Ok, not my fav vampire movie
Brent M (es) wrote: The original 'Wall Street' has always been one of my favorite films of all time, so the thought of a sequel naturally peaked my interest. Could Michael Douglas bring back Gordon Gekko with the same powerful and evil nature he'd first portrayed? Could Oliver Stone make a sequel that rivaled the tones and story of the first film? Would Shia LeBeouf make a good addition to the cast and story? The answer to all three questions was a resounding YES! Gordon Gekko is back, and Mr. Stone superbly crafts a story that takes you through numerous emotional curves. I left the theatre wanting to change myself for the better because of what I learned through the story.
Greg W (br) wrote: nothing worse than a not scarey scarey movie
Jim M (nl) wrote: Writer/Director Dolph Lundgren's revenge flick is a treat for fans of 80's action. We've got are hero, the mecenaries he hires to help him, and some really nasty baddies. Basically this is Lundgren putting foot to ass for th first 3rd, slows down a bit in the second then ends with a western inspired showdown done better then any DTV flicks got a right to. Check it out if your a fan of Lundgren or action in general.
Matt F (jp) wrote: It was a gay movie. In so many ways...The acting was fine; although sometimes forced. The plot lacked a few things but still held together inspite of the corn. I felt this film would hold together better as a memory play rather than a film, because there was more dialogue than was necessary which caused the forced acting. However, I did enjoy the film. The performers were charming, and helped us see into these characters hearts. The direction/screenplay had an honest but inexperienced appeal, yet didn't fail to win us over inspite of it's campy feel. I would recommend it those need a little simple, a little campy, a little gay, and a little dorky...
Film C (mx) wrote: Its a good movie and watchable obviously a low budget film which i surprising because of the cost but its good funny and not to bad of a storyline!
M C (gb) wrote: Most B-movies are very goofy, so they're only road to decency is being entertaining, and this is pretty much as low as you can go- a boring B-movie. I honestly only really enjoyed one scene in the entire film. 18/100
HEATHER H (nl) wrote: holy crap i have never seen the old flicka but the new one is good
Ryan G (au) wrote: Influence on Mad Dog and Glory?
Kelly B (ca) wrote: Simplistic Western about a man whose horse is stolen, and he handles his pride in a journey to get it back. There's nothing special about the story at all, yet Sidney J. Furie's direction(The Ipcress File) is impressive, and Marlon Brando and John Saxon deliver solid performances.
Waleed A (ru) wrote: great movie, intesnse, fun, serious, action, funny, story. very entertaining (about 3 viewings)
Lisandro Z (mx) wrote: I've never read the book, but was pleasantly surprised by the movie.
Danny R (ag) wrote: John Carpenter's compelling horror film about an evil murderous car which is based upon the best selling novel by horror genre master Stephen King. Keith Gordon excels as the shy, nerdish teenage named Arnie Cunningham, who buys a used red 1958 Plymouth Fury; which is a malevolent car with a long history of death behind it. The car which is named Christine will slowly transform Arnie personality completely because of its evil domination of him, it will turn him into a tough, no-nonsense rough-neck with a cocky arrogance that seeks deadly revenge on all the bullies that have tormented him for years, and one by one the bullies will meet gruesome deaths from the merciless Christine. Fine direction by John Carpenter, with superb supporting performances by John Stockwell, Alexandra Paul, the late Robert Blossom, Harry Dean Stanton, and the late Robert Prosky. A slick creepy and highly watchable revenge horror film. Highly Recommended.
Edwin D (es) wrote: Often hilarious and always entertaining, it's a great look at a pop culture phenomenon full of great jokes and some nice performances.