When a young woman comes home from college to her redneck family, a mutated new entry to the alligator family starts attacking her kin and the rivaling family in their bayou. They must ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ragin Cajun Redneck Gators
A group of mutant gators attack the cajun people. Pouring blue chemicals in a Louisiana swamp causes the alligator population to morph into monstrous creatures including a clan of cajuns living in the bayou.
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Walter M (mx) wrote: "Map of the Sounds of Tokyo" starts with a feast that Michael Fassbender's character from "Shame" would definitely approve of. On the other hand, Nagara(Takeo Nakahara) is less than thrilled but calms down when told that eating hot sushi out of a woman's navel is occasionally the price of doing business. But then he erupts when told of his daughter's suicide. Still angry days later, he does not think it fair that while his daughter is dead, her lover, David(Sergi Lopez), a Spanish wine merchant, is walking around...and that's where Ryu(Rinko Kikuchi), a night worker in the fish market, enters our story. During the day, she is followed around by a sound technician(Min Tanaka) who records her eating soup and accompanies her to the cemetery. Isabel Coixet's films are usually concerned with loneliness and her latest, "Map of the Sounds of Tokyo," is no different with its moody atmosphere. Thoughtfully made, the movie explores the lack of communication between people that cannot always be blamed on different languages. In his three years in Japan, Sergi has only learned the most basic of words. Learning the language would definitely be useful not only in his line of work, but also in not having Nagara hate him. In any case, we can never with any certainty know what the other person is thinking, especially if they are not willing to let us in.
kevin j (es) wrote: Possessed of innate street smarts and a dead-eyed stare, Chiko (Denis Moschitto) dreams of success in the drug trade. His chief liability is combustible best ?bro? Tibet (Volkan Ozcan), a blustery fighter who can?t grasp the big picture. Tibet?s mom ...( read more)(Lilay Huser) is undergoing kidney treatments, and the young men chafe at being unable to do more to help her. Setting his sights on a job with violent local drug kingpin and gregarious family man Brownie (Moritz Bleibtreu), Chiko elbows his hapless mule out of the way and earns the formidable task of moving a great deal of weed in a short time. The only caveat: The product must be sold from an apartment, not on the street. When Tibet breaks this rule and is spotted selling at a schoolyard, Brownie?s subsequent discipline --a nail in the foot -- drives a wedge between the two friends that rears its ugly head when Chiko becomes Brownie?s successful cocaine lieutenant and Tibet sinks into a drug-fuelled anger that manifests itself in revenge.
Adam M (jp) wrote: sadly underrated film. the film is like a mix between indiana jones and uncharted
Gregory W (nl) wrote: good kinda noirish drama.
Anthony B (au) wrote: Highlander Endgame is a compleate and utter mess why? While Christopher lambet and Adrian paul do their good jobs in both TV and Film series, this film has about 5 problems. 1: Their are Too many flashbacks in every scean just stick with one or 3 so it can be easy. 2: The Villian is one dimensional and cartoony he may have been a laughing stock in Dungeons and Dragon's this must be one of his worst performance in history. 3: yeah WWE Hall of Famer Edge did have a cameo but it was a waist. 4: Connor Mclould was waisted while 1 2 and 3 made him an iconic character hear he looks like he wanted to retire. and finally 5: The ending was a complete mess up, We have no idea how faith survived her death from Kell. This movie was piss poor and not worthy for the Highander Franchise.
horse c (mx) wrote: Heart-Warming & Uplifting
Staffan (gb) wrote: Seg och inte alls s bra som jag minns den.
Lucas Y (kr) wrote: I'm loving that cover, but no.
Matt M (au) wrote: When his identity is given away, a man who was under a witness protection program finds himself a fugitive from a bunch of criminals he helped put in prison with a woman who fifteen years previous had been his lover. A mixture of action and comedy which is essentially nothing that hasn't been seen before.
James R (fr) wrote: This film is quite a dark film for Richard Gere!
Jordan W (jp) wrote: the movie wasnt that good
Frdric I (it) wrote: Des hommes et leurs problmes, d'argent, de couple, d'amiti... Des choses de la vie... Un film agrable mais sans surprise. Sautet a trouv une petite musique qui va marquer les annes 70, mais pas au del. A revoir pour les acteurs.
Scott C (ca) wrote: I remember watching this as a kid and it's probably the reason that I now own an Old English sheepdog ! Think a British comedy version of King Kong !!! Digby drinks an experimental liquid which causes him to grow and grow to gigantic proportions - this leads to national panic and the army are sent in to destroy him. I'm not going to give it all away but watching it again all these years later I still love it :o)
Kevin L (es) wrote: Jane Osgood is trying to support her two young children by running a lobster business. After one of her shipments is ruined by inattention at the railroad station, Jane decides to take on Harry Foster Malone, director of the line and the "meanest man in the world".
Bruce B (it) wrote: Rogers and Astaire are perfect in this! Great dance/sing numbers, comedy and really cool art deco. If you like classic film/musicals, check this one out.
Akramul i (jp) wrote: The masterpiece and epic that Charlie Chaplin never made.
Rado V (ru) wrote: This one easily stands out from other horror movies that came out the same year.This is scared me so much. The gore was good,the atmosphere was good,the music was good.The only thing I didn't like about the film was the bad acting.Overall All hallow's eve it's a really creepy film that will stay with you for a long time after viewing it.
Jesse O (fr) wrote: Not as terrible a film as the reviews made it out to be. It's definitely a movie that requires a lot of patience as a lot of the story hinges on the reveal of what is actually happening in the midst of red herrings and misdirection. You're kept as much in the dark as the characters in the film...that can be a positive and a negative. It's a positive in the sense that it keeps up the suspense. It's a negative because it pretty much stalls character development. It's all about finding out who they were and not getting to know them as they are right now. I guess you could say the film does find a balance between the two, but I don't think it does at least. Because of that, in some parts, the movie can drag tremendously and feel completely aimless. You've no idea what the endgame is and you're completely left at the mercy of the screenwriters and the film crew. If they wanted to throw in aliens out of nowhere then, no matter how cheap it was, they'd be able to get away with it since they pretty much sidestepped addressing the issue until it absolutely needed to. I had to watch this in two sittings because I was so tired I had to sleep, so because of that the film probably flowed much better than it would've if I had watched it in one sitting. It's just one of those movies. While the film is certainly trite and unoriginal, I think it does a good job at keeping you intrigued enough to make you watching until the end. I think there's a sense of intrigue and mystery that makes watching somewhat interesting. You're invested in finding out what happens. The acting is perfectly fine, if unspectacular, but it also lacks a bit of consistency. Can't put my finger around it, but something about the acting felt really off to me. I found the climax, everything before the last shot itself, to be a little sentimental and melodramatic for what is supposed to be a tense experience. The last shot itself is pretty dark and depressing where all hope is gone and the future is incredibly uncertain. So many people have been lost, that it's hard to believe that, if you think about it as a continuous world even after the film ends, then finding a cure for this plague, that wiped out a large chunk of the world, will really make up for how many people were lost. But this reveal feels really cheap in my opinion, because while it has everything to do with what's going on in the actual film, it also has nothing to do with it. It's weird how that works. The reveal that they're a group of scientists working a cure for a plague has nothing to do with the amnesia all of the characters have. To me, it comes across as a way to needlessly complicate the plot. Instead of telling a simple story about the zombie apocalypse, they had to complicate matters by adding in the amnesia stuff to make it seem like it's fresh and original. It accomplished the exact opposite, cause it's obvious why it was done. I appreciate the effort, but it didn't work. If you look at Contracted, an anti-zombie film if I ever saw one, it tells the start of the zombie apocalypse in a very clever way that, if it would've been seen by enough people, would've pretty much revitalized the genre. I think this doesn't try as much to revitalize it as much as it tries to throw you off from ever thinking about the fact that it is a film about the zombie apocalypse. It does so in a hackneyed manner, but at least it makes an effort. Ill-fated, but an effort is made nonetheless. Wouldn't exactly recommend this film, doesn't really offer anything new or that interesting. Requires a lot of patience and will probably annoy more people than it will satisfy.
Kristal C (fr) wrote: A classic from my childhood that's unfortunately suffered with age. Both stars are for the Vixen cameo as they are the most awesome of the '80s hair bands.