Mayor Stiles' daughter Donna is killed the night after a lousy date with the shy Mitch. Of course this makes him the main suspect. When Mitch gets free on bail, Styles hires ex-cop Mace to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The mayor of a small town hires a bounty hunter to find his daughter's killer, but it turns out to be a very dangerous job.
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Annette A (ag) wrote: It was ok. Reminded me a lot of "Go." A teen makes a commits a crime in order to show his friends a good w'end - things go from bad to worse.
Ace M (fr) wrote: An incredibly intense film. Michael Mann does not play to the original Vice's strengths. Farrell and Foxx have close to no chemistry, but if you get past that, it's one hell of a movie with great action, albeit not enough, and a good character drama.
Tatjana V (br) wrote: This film? WOW! Gorgeous, haunting amazing. This is a Macedonian film based on a book about the extremely difficult transition many countries had to brave after WWII. The wikipedia description hardly does it justice: The film begins in the present as old Lem (Meto Jovanovski), Macedonian politician who is experiencing a heart attack and while he is being wheeled into a hospital and examined and wired, he has memory flashbacks to his childhood in 1945. He is brought to the 'orphanage' where orphans are children of the enemies of the new regime. There he learns how to adjust to the role of obedient brainwashing. He becomes mesmerized by a new kid, Isak, a beautiful and charismatic boy. The struggles quietly underplaying all of the camp surface activity are many: the dichotomy of a Communist ideology removing the Church from existence with a people dependent upon the spiritual values of religion, the Stalin/Tito issue, the adjustments to the policies of Communist regime in a country where fierce national pride had ruled, and the depersonalization of children into political pawns despite the need for role models and the luxury of growing up with friends and confidants.I found it mesmerizing.
Felipe F (jp) wrote: House of Sand and Fog utilizes the battle of wits between Ben Kingsley and Jennifer Connelly to slowly build a tension that leads to a tragic conclusion.
Emod L (fr) wrote: C-Attack of the Clones is still plagued by uninspired acting and a stale script. but the visuals are appealing, the story is a little more engaging, and there is some character development.
Bob S (mx) wrote: Who would have thought the cast of A Fish Called Wanda would come together and make a crappy movie!
Matthew T (es) wrote: A spiritual successor to Deep Red. Tenebre contains all the tropes we've come to love about Argento and wraps it together with a compelling story. Dario pulls of his trademark directorial style flawlessly once again and still manages to keep it fresh and interesting.Goblin's amazing 80's electro score fits perfectly with the films typically beautiful visuals. Great film for thriller and horror fans, I would label it a Slasher film with a far better story and better actors.
RJohn X (us) wrote: I am convinced now that the fact that all these cannibal movies share pivotal scenes with each other is an elaborate meta-narrative device. Are all these stories happening at the same time, folded neatly around each other? The only scene where the cannibals attack and rape and eat the young girl by the river is lifted directly from EMMAUEL AND THE CANNIBALS and EATEN ALIVE both with reference each other AND the MOUNTAIN OF THE CANNIBAL GOD...A lot of animals were harmed in making this, ultimately, very sweet love story.
Jorge S (au) wrote: Very dated...Some the dialogue is not PC. Grant tell Ms. Parker, at some point, "Don't say much Just be decorative." Ms. Mansfield plays a Monroe type, on steroids...
Jerem M (es) wrote: "There's a lot to be said for making people laugh... It isn't much, but it's better than nothing in this cockeyed caravan." What a classic! Preston Sturges' masterpiece delights and insights. Equal parts humor and meloncholy, it's almost Shakespearean in scope. The screenplay is as good as it gets, and Joel McCrea is terrific. Veronica Lake ain't no slouch either. One of my new favorites!
Karen Eliabeth M (mx) wrote: Wasn't a big fan. It didn't stick with the story line very well.