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alex f (us) wrote: solid doc that build the tension nicely... its interesting to see how it all wen down behind the scenes and its nuts to think thats how some people make a liveing.best of all... highlights the need for a ODB film-boig'... its gonna leave ray and cash in the dust!p.s sage francis is a fucking head case!
Joshua R (es) wrote: too bizarre for words. i felt it's story had little there... but the more i think about it. let just say i'll never forget this film.
Ethan C (gb) wrote: Has it already happened that Rotten Tomatoes has been infected by thousands of jabbering, blithering idiots who all think their uneducated and barely intelligible bowel movements make them "reviewers"? Predator 2 was one of the quintessential action/horror/sci-fi movies of the 90s. You cannot "not like it" unless you weren't fucking born at the time. To see it get half the score as utter garbage like The Maze Runner is truly a sign of the time and the coming of the age of entitled dipshits.
Allan C (gb) wrote: Entertaining horror anthology film in the mold of Creepshow/Tales from the Crypt, mixing horror and dark humor. The film isn't anything all that original, but it's competently directed (which is more than can be said of most horror films), had solid special effects (done by Dick Smith), and features an above average cast including Christian Slater, David Johansen, William Hickey, James Remar, Rae Dawn Chong, Robert Klein and early career roles for Steve Buscemi and Julianne Moore. The first story is based upon an Aurthur Conan Doyle mummy short story of revenge. This one stands out because of the cast Christian Slater as the lead and Steve Buscemi in an early part as the nerd using a mummy for revenge on mean trendy people like Julianne Moore with fabulous 80s hair. I'd also say this is the only time a mummy has seemed scary to me. The second one is probably the weakest of the three, based upon a Stephen King and George A. Romero story that was originally going to be in a Creepshow film. It's about a old rich man who hires a hitman to kill an evil cat that's evil and killed everyone else in the house. The third segment is the least comedic and does have a certain amount of sincerity to it that's missing from the others, mostly thanks to a strong performance by the underused James Remar. The twist at the end of the story is not too much of a surprise, but Remar makes it a story of the three that always stuck in my mind. And then top it off with a wraparound story of a young boy about to be eaten by a modern times witch, played by Deborah Harry, and stalling by reading her scary stories.
Kaitlyn R (jp) wrote: My mom's favorite movie ever, but I haven't seen it......yet.
Jack G (us) wrote: Brilliantly directed Z-grade trash
Sergio C (mx) wrote: Le pesa mucho el paso del tiempo.
Julianna Z (de) wrote: you should just let us watch this full movie why won't you let us
Laurence H (ca) wrote: Such a vivid picture of this town and her people...
Joshua B (de) wrote: While not as good as superman it is one of the best entries of the franchise, The leads still act as good as the first one and Terence Stamp plays a great comic book villain as the powerful Zod. The writing and screenplay give it a sense of epicness and there is a lot more action and the effects are just as good as the first one. The thing that stumps it is Richard Lester's direction wich makes some of the fight scenes devolve into slapstick comedy and the villains seem to spend t much time making jokes at the expense of a poor small town sheriff. Despite this, it is still an entertaining watch.
Nandan T (us) wrote: The ending should've been better in my case. But overall a nice film. Loved the narration.
Thomas S (fr) wrote: It was a fun to which movie but I prefer if it was more on bank robbing that suffering