Mars Canal - Within absolute silence, a naked man wanders through a dark and depressing landscape recalling the excruciating details of his last encounter with his former lover. Mirror Hell - When a series of women are discovered with their faces burnt and skulls charred, a young detective investigates, discovering that a unique hand mirror is always found at the scene. Caterpillar - A war hero returns home with no limbs and only his eyesight remaining. His beautiful wife, tired of taking care of him, turns to torturing her crippled husband for amusement. Crawling Bugs - A sexy actress is returning home from a successful night on stage, until her limo driver decides that she should be coming home with him.
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Josh B (es) wrote: The action in this martial arts film is good, but the five million pans on the same person really annoyed me. The ending didn't work for me either.
Ian M (jp) wrote: I hadn't heard of this film, but I'm intrigued and wanna see it.
Ben B (it) wrote: Best movie I've seen, forget the low scores, this movie has so many laughs packed in it, and a bunch of action.
Matt W (ru) wrote: Forgettable in every respect. Not a worthy followup.
Free My BabyDaddy (it) wrote: this is my favorite movie i love big mama and my favorite part is when hamad gets everybody together for a famliy dinner and when they find out he lied he sys big mama wanted me to get everybody together for a family dinner but i didnt kno how to do that cause all yall do is fight so i lied i lied so you can come so we can be a famliy again yall kno thats wat big mama wanted it and he was crying i love that part its so touchin!
Gavin M (nl) wrote: Definitely deserves to be among the ranks as one of the best mob movies ever made. Al Pacino is fantastic as always and reminds you of his star quality watching him in this movie as Lefty Ruggerio. Johnny Depp equally steps up to the plate as well in the title role of Donnie Brasco aka Joseph D. Pistone. But we can't forget Michael Madsen, who gives a very underrated supporting performance as Sonny Black
R S (it) wrote: Just goes to show: if you're an alcoholic or a prostitute and expect to have a non-dysfunctional (and non-judgmental) relationship with someone, you're going to have a bad time...
Landon M (jp) wrote: Just discovered this film today and it is already an instant favorite! Winkler and Keaton worked perfectly off of each other and Shelley Long is always a joy to watch, especially in this top-notch movie. Very reminiscent of Risky Business...just add some dead guys. ;)
Niklas S (gb) wrote: Although I favor the direction of Kenji Misumi when it comes to the Lone Wolf series I really enjoyed this chapter. This movie has everything you need from this franchise limbs flying and boobs being flashed at the drop of a dime. I just gotta say that I love this and I will keep watching.
Russell G (ru) wrote: Another Warners war time kitchen sink musical. This one was pretty fun, Eddie Cantor is great in the lead, but who thought Errol Flynn would steal this show?
Jenna I (ag) wrote: I applaud what he was trying to do but I didn't buy any of it. Perhaps losing a solid half hour to and hour of this movie would have made it less odious but then again it's just a movie about fucked up people fucking up. I wish there had been any more insight to the how's and whys of these siblings, as opposed to only the juxtaposition of their existences. I also just found them to be closer to caricatures than believable but at the same time Cassavetes at least never makes them laughable.You'll do a lot of sighing and looking at your watch while watching this movie, and in a lot of ways I think that's the point-but it's just not my idea of a point worth making.