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A Chicago mob enforcer is sent to Kansas City to settle a debt with a cattle rancher who not only grinds his enemies into sausage, but sells women as sex slaves.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:88 minutes
  • Release:1972
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   revenge,   chase,  

The movie follows a Chicago mob collector sent to Kansas to collect a debt from a meatpacker boss. He then calls on a Kansas cattleman who not only grinds his enemies into sausage, but sells women as sex slaves. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Callum P (ru) wrote: Terrible, don't bother.

Jamie I (us) wrote: Tropic Thunder follows five actors making a film based on a book of the same name by Four Leaf Tayback (Nick Nolte). The only problem is Tugg Speedman (Ben Stiller) has become a little too primadonna and the film is a month behind schedule five days into shooting. Tayback decides the best way to get this movie made is to drop them in the middle of the hostile jungle. This is where the men get caught up in a heroin ring. This movie was funny yes. It was pretty entertaining too. You might not believe this but the best part of this flick was not Stiller, Black or Downey Jr. Sure Stiller was quirky as always and Black was ridiculous as always. And Downey Jr. was funny as an Aussie pretending to be black for most of the film. You've seen his funniest moments as they appear in the trailer. Problem was he was so over the top (intentionally of course) that he was hard to understand some of the time. (Though my favorite line of his was "We all gay sometimes.") The stars of this film were the little people (and by that I mean minor characters). While this film pulled in some notable cameos from Tobey Maguire, Christine Taylor, Lance Bass, Mickey Rooney and even Jon Voight, I'm not talking about these guys either. I mean people like Danny McBride as the explosions obsessed stunt coordinator. Or Steve Coogan the limey director who doesn't care for land mines. Even Matthew McConaughey as Tuggernuts's undoubtedly loyal agent. But the winner by far (though it pains me to say this) is nigh unrecognizable Tom Cruise as Les Grossman (the guy who's funding the picture). Grossman truly lives up to his name oozing hair from everywhere. He has a penchant for hip hop from Flo Rida to Ludacris and continually threatens people's nuts. It's brilliant. Just brilliant. I do like when Downey Jr. gets back to his blue eyed Aussie hotness. Yum. I say yes watch Tropic Thunder. I don't think you'll be disappointed.

Michelle C (us) wrote: the ending was surprising and quite revealing, it was worth watching.

Kyle E (ag) wrote: Bad attempt at delivering a comedy horror flick, but still the best in the series (if that says something of importance to you) Leprechaun is a cheesy, poorly made comedy horror film about a killer leprechaun. Starring a very young Jennifer Aniston, in one of her first films roles, Leprechaun is a mess of a horror comedy film. The film is amusing, but it's still a misfire in the genre. I've seen better horror comedies than this, and this one is forgettable. The performances are questionable and the mood of the film is laid back and silly. This could have been a memorable film, but it doesn't do anything memorable. The acting is horrible, and the gags are boring and repetitive. The film has an unimpressive plot that accompanies the absurdity of this film. Leprechaun is a failure as a comedy horror flick, and it's funny, but only because it's such a bad film. The cast are terrible, and the direction of this film is unfocused and flawed. Director Mark Jones's attempt a comedy horror flick fails on all levels. Leprechaun could have been much better than this, but instead it fails to be a memorable comedy horror flick. This is one of Warwick Davis' worst performances, along with the sequels to this train wreck of a film. However this is the better film in the series, despite the fact it's still a bad film. Leprechaun is the type of film that is almost embarrassing to even call a guilty pleasure.

Andrey R (mx) wrote: Amazing! the 1990s was the perfect time for movies like this. Beside "Misery" and "The Hand that Rocks The Cradle", is one of the best thrillers.

Peter P (es) wrote: Slow paced but well acted scifi that has an interesting dynamic between the leads and some interesting religious overtones, although it seem to get very convenient near the end for plots sake, but the final scene is a nice wrap up.

Andrew I (ag) wrote: A complex plot like The Third Man with an extra layer of complexity. I'm not sure I understood all of it, and if I did, there may be a few points I would argue with. The cinematography was very atmospheric, music was suitably minimal, but the ever-so-languid direction made the 1hr 40 drag by. At times, it felt like the film was running at 70% speed. Burton makes watchable what would otherwise have been a total yawn. Recommended only for the most cerebral of espionage afficionados.

Ernest A (de) wrote: There's a cool jazz band, man, playing groovy jazz and a stunning beauty with an angelic voice.

Tamekis W (br) wrote: This movie was great. Im not some professional movie maker but to me the movie was beautiful. Scenes,characters and all. What made it really special to me was the heart of the movie. It was refreshing in a world so full of drama to see a movie focus on love, helping others and family. I think its a great movie to show a child who may have lost a family member because it showed how God always send some someone your way with the loving qualities of the one you lost to watch over you. I lost my oldest sister last year and even though my family in the circle have lost now 2,they are still looking over us even during the tough times and with us every day. Beautiful movie. Thanks!!!