A German zoo hires two hunters to catch a rare breed of panther in Malaysia. The girlfriend of one of the hunters accompanies them on their hunt.

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Tyler D (ru) wrote: At first it seems like one of those unrated comedy skin flicks you'd like to fast forward to the skin parts but it's a pretty good movie that is funny when it tries to be has a plot that can be followed unlike so many of it's kind. I wouldn't really recommend it unless if you're into this kind of movie or have time to kill and just want to turn off your brain

Mohammed A (de) wrote: It's good movie to watch

Sterlin R (de) wrote: I thought this sequel was okay. It was kind of lacking the jokes and the story, but at the end of the day, I consider "Shrek 2" to be a time-waster.

Tim S (ca) wrote: In the vast field of Vincent Price films, there are really two eras in my mode of thinking. There's the William Castle/Roger Corman era where he was used more as a sort of master of ceremonies more than a full-fledged character, and then there's the latter era when he was used more for his acting skills and dealt more in cynical and psychological material. A lot of the British horror alumni went through this, but Vincent Price seems to be the only one of the bunch who was more prolific. Theater of Blood sounds more like a House of Wax type movie than it does anything. It follows a plot more akin to something like The Abominable Dr. Phibes, which was made around the same time. It's about a character seemingly coming back to life to exact revenge against those who wronged him. As opposed to Phibes, this one is much gorier and darker with less cynicism. I liked it, but I kept expecting to laugh along with it, and I didn't do much of that. It's certainly a worth film, being directed by the great Douglas Hickox, but it isn't as clever as its counterparts.

Mike M (kr) wrote: Though it may not hold up in its cinematography to modern day standards, 1970's Love Story feels more real and fleshed out than any 2010s Nicholas Sparks movie. Made with sincere integrity and elevated by passionate performances, Love Story never feels dated in conveying universal themes of true love (duh) and tragedy. Awkward and unnecessary at times? Maybe so, but its hard to deny the endearing connection felt between these star crossed lovers as we follow them throughout happiness and hardship. Just make sure you have a box of tissues nearby for the third act, your gonna need them.

Sarah G (mx) wrote: Really enjoyable. Way better than I expected based on reviews. A quality remake, IMO.

Jc E (ca) wrote: A sobering anti war film added to my list of excellent war films. Another epic film by legendary film maker Ridley Scott with heavy duty guns firing from all cylinders and rockets exploding from all corners, bloody body injuries with blood spurting from femoral arteries, I havent been to Somalia or Mogadishu but the war torn town depicted in the film and the masses of gun tottting somalians were scaresomely realistic. Beautiful shots of fleets of helicopters flying over panoramic stretches of the beaches and ocean into war zone. Wierdly reminiscent of Apocalypse Now but with less mentally unsound soldiers this time round. The political message aside, Director Scott told the fiasco story of Black Hawk Down in typical hugely epic dimensions and loudly rousing music score by Hans Zimmer. Scenes of desmembered body parts and fountains of blood spurting were not less shocking than Normandy beach scene in Saving Private Ryan, just lest sustained and intense. But the most thrilling part of the film was star studded cast giving fantastic performance with Josh Hartnett taking centre stage.Like a child in a candy shop, there were many other eye candies like lesser billed actors that were no less amazing, such as Jamie Lannister or Niholaj Costa-Waldau, like coffee perfecting making obsessed Ewan McGregor, Jeremy Preven, the mercenary and highly effective killler soldier Eric Bana and capable medic Tye Burrell.This intervention by American forces in Somalia was no less a fiasco and a waste of human lives as the Vietnam war. This time it was Bill Clinton to be stimatized by a unwinnable disastrous war. Fighing a foreign war do not have happy endings. Not Vietnam war, not Somalia, not Libya, not Iraq, not Afghanistan. All diastasters and USA is wating for flocks of chickens coming to USA to roost. One of the chicens that came home to roost was no doubt black Americans killing white cops. Gruesome images of wiild black skinneies fighting against the almost all white American soldiers were and are searing to the minds of people who watched them. At the end of film, we learnt that at least 1000 Somalians and 19 American soldiers. Different folks in USA would take different sides for sure.

Riley O (it) wrote: Not a bad Mark Wahlberg action thriller. Lots of spraying bullets and a good revenge movie. If you're a fan, its your movie.

James M (br) wrote: I wouldn't even wipe my arse with the script

Tayyab R (kr) wrote: There was an idea of building a stagnated 'present' time, there was a machinery to take it forward and give it direction. But it appeared that the machine was turned off the entire time, thus defeating the purpose of having it in the first place. Leaving behind an overly elaborated stagnated idea, feigning to spark with the promise of larger-than-life and yet proving no heavier than empty words.The narrations have been good as long as Woody Allen has been doing it all these years but seeing Jason Biggs all stiff and in a place far away from his American-Pie-themed comfort zone, it actually appeared that the amateur actor was subjected to an on-stage torture. Woody Allen films are known for their cynicism, yet also have a purpose (Annie Hall anyone?) - something that totally excuses their lack of flow and patches of stagnated and stretched scenes in the end; rather, almost making them worthwhile and somewhat required. Anything Else, while clearly being no exception to that very lack of tempo, signed its own death warrant as it also lacked having any real purpose or a substantial message in the end. Furthermore, perhaps its safe to commit that Woody Allen films always have this flavor to them. Some might call it a brand label, that seal of originality even; others might call it too stale to be even kept in the fridge anymore.