Out in Fifty
A reformed ex-convict enters a love triangle and gets manipulated into being a scapegoat in a murder scheme for revenge.
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Kean Hooi T (au) wrote: Truly moving and absolutely inspirational! Nkosi Sikelel' iAfrika. (God bless Africa.)
Ofe M (gb) wrote: Movie is slow and boring and characters are unrelatable
Countess N (ca) wrote: Totally OTT and stupid but worth one watch...just one watch,just so you can laugh at the tacky ending.
Ransom K (ca) wrote: "let's take this one to the drumline!"
Jeroen B (it) wrote: The beginning was not really funny, but in the end the film shows it true colors.
Kristi R (fr) wrote: Not just for teens. This touches the universal desire in all of us to love and be loved unconditionally and securely. Of course there is the fascinating storyline, action, drama and all the beautiful people, but there is so much more to love. The characters are thought provoking and layered. But be forwarded young girls, there are no Edwards in real life. Edward is a supernatural character that no mere mortal will ever live up to so hope girls don't have unrealistic expectations. I actually fell in love with the movie because it deepened my Christian walk. Reminded me in a fresh and unexpected way of my Saviors love for me; He provides, protects, lives eternally and never sleeps nor slumbers but watches over us. Like I said, touched me on a spiritual level.
Muffin M (gb) wrote: On a remote Caribbean island, Army Ranger Joe Armstrong (Michael Dudikoff) investigates the disappearance of several marines, which leads him to The Lion, a super-criminal who has kidnapped a local scientist and mass-produced an army of mutant Ninja warriors. also stars Steve James, Larry Poindexter, Gary Conway, Jeff Weston, Michelle Botes, Mike Stone, Len Sparrowhawk and Jonathan Pienaar.directed by Sam Firstenberg.
Luc L (au) wrote: This movie manages to have a cult following for many years, thanks to horror fans. But this isn`t actually a truly bad movie as many people think. It is an independent horror fantasy movie with a good sympathetic performance by Clint Howard. You do feel sorry for his character and when he finally takes revenge, it is great, nasty fun.There is many unlikeable characters in this movie, who deverses to die greatly. Don Stark (That`s 70 Show) as the leader as the bullies. Richard Moll (Night Court) as a sanatic leader! and he is certainly an important plot point in the movie, his character. Since the movie does remain you of "Carrie" but the movie did have one original idea is not really talked about in most reviews. When Howard character decided to translate the book of Moll`s chatracter in English into a computer and then use it for black magic! It sounds silly to say the least but it works!Howard in a rare lead role makes this fascinating horror movie work. The script does have some serious story holes. It is loaded with some nasty black comedy and a few moments of memorable gore. The 2-Disc Region 2 Set does have an alternative version with more than 10 minutes of additional footage. Mostly character developement and while the director's cut is unrated with additional gore with remastered soundtrack. The region 1 DVD stayed true to the original mono track. Which the region 1 is already out of print. Horror fans, who loves 1980's movies should check this out.
Kenneth B (us) wrote: Sonetomes its difficult to express an opinion immediately after seeing a film. Eraserhead, for example. Hour of the Wolf comes under that category. It is a typically enigmatic piece of work from Bergman and one I feel I may need to watch again if it is to sink in fully.
Courtney S (gb) wrote: Very awesome movie. A bit like 'Viridiana' - set out in the country in a house full of weirdo. Playful, naughty, bizarre. I found Moreau, whom I've never seen i n a whole film before, to be very plain-looking - which comforted me because she is one of those French beauties, but she is classic. Then who did you? That's what I was left with - and a weird feeling that she married that guy.
Danielle S (mx) wrote: Basically the film explores how society reacts when a woman from a blue collar background (Warren) accuses a prominent small town doctor (Hannah) of rape. On a larger scale it is also an exploration of problems involved in many rape cases, where the accused is a prominent individual, and the victim becomes not only a victim of her attacker, but of society as a whole. Estella Warren is pretty good as the victim. She's no tiny prey, but a tall, full-bodied, and abrasive young lady. She doesn't know the meaning of the word "simper." She turns into a positive pest, and that's what the role calls for. John Hannah, as the doctor, comes across as not much more than another seasoned actor. He's not bad, but he doesn't bring anything extra to the role. The direction is competent too. There's no confusion about where we are or who's doing what, and no unnecessary displays of directorial razzle dazzle. The story is told without unmerited garnish.