Point Blank

Point Blank

Convicted corporate criminal Howard engineers a prison break as he and a number of fellow inmates are being transferred to a new facility. The escapees storm a shopping mall and take a group of shoppers hostage (after killing many more of them) before making their demands. Only Rudy, a former mercenary and brother of one of the fugitives, can take out the criminals before more of the hostages die.

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Ranny L (ag) wrote: This film is very cute, funny, and it has those lovable little puppies, the Buddies.While they are on a field trip to the space station with their owners, a pack of golden retrievers, the Buddies, take an unexpected trip to the moon. Everyone on earth is worried sick about them. While they are in space they meet Spudnick (Voice by Jason Earles) a dog who has been kept on a space craft fuel center, he also is trying to return home. They are having the time of their life. I really like this film because I like how it has the traditional buddies, it(TM)s cute and funny. I love the puppies! My favorite scene is right before Mudbud, (Voice by Henry Hodges), goes to get on the school bus, he leaps into a mud puddle after he just had a bath. My favorite character is Rosebud because she is the only girl with four other brothers. I love the space suites and how the dogs are acting. With the funny lines and situations, it keeps my interest throughout the entire film.Robert Vince directs Space Buddies and Kevin DiCicco (character Air Bud?) is the writer. It stars F.T. Anderson (Investor #2), Diedrich Bader (Yuri) and Field Cate (Buddha).A great message that I found in this film is that your dreams can come true if you believe. You have to really want it and work hard at it. Another message I found is that you should do whatever you can in your power to fix your problems. The Buddies have a big problem where they are stuck in Space, they keep trying to get back home and never give up. They have to depend on each other, cooperate and do what needs to be done to get back home.I recommend Space Buddies to ages 5 to 13, but it(TM)s also a great film for those who love puppies and outer space. This is defiantly a great film for the whole family to sit down and enjoy. I give this film 4 out of 5 stars, because I really like the messages, lessons, and it caught my attention from the very beginning. I love the tag line One Small Step for Dog. One Giant Leap for Dogkind. Reviewed by Brianna Hope Beaton, KIDS FIRST! Film Critic

Adam C (kr) wrote: This one sucks even more than the second.

Helga T (ru) wrote: You'll find your true love at the end ^.^

Chris G (mx) wrote: Uses Scenes from death race 2000

Brett H (ru) wrote: Sixteen Candles is one of the benchmark Molly Ringwald/John Hughes collaborations from the 80s about a young teen who goes on a string of rebellious misadventures after her family are too distracted to remember her 16th birthday. The film also stars Anthony Michael Hall as a supreme geek who has a bizarre bond with Ringwald's, Samantha and their chemistry together carries the movie. There isn't a "plot" per se, which was a little disappointing to me; the film is basically just an assortment of scenarios that our characters find themselves in, but it never stops being enjoyable thanks to the great writing from Hughes. There are some notable pop culture elements to this film such as the infamous pantie-lending scene, the characters sitting on the counter at the end having cake, and the partially racist portrayal of the Asian exchange student named, Long Duk Dong, which isn't as bad as Mickey Rooney in Breakfast at Tiffany's but it's borderline! In all honesty, this film is just passable, not too much happens, and the only thing that keeps you invested is the characters and some very funny dialogue, but compared to some of Hughes' other classics, it barely resonates. There are surprise appearances by John and Joan Cusack from before they were famous that I truly didn't know about, so that was something!

Elena M (nl) wrote: The best fairytale I know!!!!

Elise C (jp) wrote: a really bizarre and fucked up look at rural quebec.

Nathan H (gb) wrote: An absurd comedy, in the same vein as "Airplane!" or "The Naked Gun," but obviously not a parody, and smarter and definitely more serious at times. So using those as a comparison, is should come as no surprise that the plot makes very little sense. And just like those movies the success of the humor can very greatly from scene to scene depending on the effectiveness of the bit. Still, it should bring enough laughter for those who like a little insanity in their comedy.

Rob P (br) wrote: Fairly pathetic movie.

Tim R (ag) wrote: What a wonderfully realized film. I loved the wit, the music, the shots, the writing, and fantastic pacing. It is a bit strange and at times too clever for it's own good but if you're willing to try, this movie hits the mark in every way. And if this was meant to be considered a romantic comedy, truly the best I've seen, especially compared to most.

Lauren T (de) wrote: GUILTY PLEASURE! that is all.

Daniel P (ag) wrote: A superb drama comedy that is affecting, truthful, funny, wise and satirical. Tessa Thompson and Tyler James Williams give brilliant performances and the script is sharp.

Peter R (ru) wrote: This film just feels all wrong. It starts off reasonably, with some promise, you think this could be ok - then it starts to fall apart before your eyes. The performances and direction are pretty ordinary, not helped by the confused plot which never really adds up to much. Miami Vice, meets MTV, meets a muddled recollection of Angel Heart. Ving Rhames does a pretty reasonable job as the bad man but it all feels like they tried too hard to make something a bit out-there and tough and ended up with a mangy mongrel no one wants to give a home to.