Ripple Effect

Ripple Effect

Believing that bad karma is keeping him from realizing his dream, hip clothing designer Amer Atrash (Philippe Caland) attempts to orchestrate salvation -- with unexpected results -- in this indie drama. Pushed to the edge of financial disaster and facing marital woes, Atrash resolves to right a wrong he committed years earlier when his car accidentally struck Philip Blackman (Forest Whitaker), leaving him paralyzed.

Fashion designer Amer Atrash, perpetually on the verge of success, is undergoing a personal crisis in both his marriage and his business. Attributing his misfortune to bad karma from a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Steve F (ag) wrote: Slow start, in fact pretty slow and predictable all way through but it is dark is not!!

Cheryl L (au) wrote: Very very rubbish! Bad acting and the storyline was terrible!

Wendey D (jp) wrote: THIS POSTER HUNG OVER MY BED FOR YEARS!!!!

Al M (nl) wrote: Even before Ruggero Deodato's Cannibal Holocaust, Legend of Boggy Creek presages the genre to come with its faux-documentary exploration of a Sasquatch-type creature in southern Arkansas. Cheesy and poorly acted throughout, Boggy Creek still manages to craft a creepy vibe despite its completely cheap aesthetic. I am sure it was even more powerful if seen back in the 70s. It feels a bit dated now but is still an enjoyable little horror film that shows how a G-rated film can create suspense, and it is rather revolutionary in its documentary approach to the horror film.

James S (mx) wrote: With the success of 21 Jump Street, you knew a sequel was inevitable. Thankfully, so did the creative team, and they made sure to change up enough of the formula to keep the movie reasonably fresh.The boys are back, but they're at college this time. There's another drug to investigate, and the same pair have to go undercover to find it. The usual hilarity ensues, with a few red herrings to keep the mystery alive. There is also a great deal of fourth-wall leaning, and the metaphors are even funnier than before.A few new characters get to join in the fun. Amber Stevens is great to have around, elevating everyone she has a scene with. Wyatt Russell is also funny; he plays off of Tatum very well. We also get a come-out-of-nowhere performance from Jillian Bell, who killed every scene she was in through sheer commitment and great writing.While I do not think that this film improves upon its predecessor, I do have to acknowledge that it's another fun, if incredibly curse-happy, action/comedy.

Melvin W (us) wrote: Coogan: All right now, I don't like violence, Mr. Wonderful whatever your name is. You better drop that blade, or you won't believe what happens next, even while it's happening."Before "Dirty Harry"... there was Coogan."A pre-Dirty Harry team up of Don Siegel and Clint Eastwood is pretty much what you would expect. It is Clint Eastwood playing his Harry Callahan character even before that character existed. The movie is nothing special, but if you like Eastwood, and you like Siegel; you can't really go wrong with Coogan's Bluff. I liked it for Siegel's cool ariel chase sequences and Eastwood's one-liners. Eastwood's character is a man of few words, fewer rules and many women.An Arizona deputy comes to New York in order to take a prison back with him. When he gets there he is told that the prisoner is in a hospital, tripping on LSD and that he will just have to wait. But he doesn't play by the rules, so he hatches a scheme to get him out and go to Arizona, but the culprit gets away and the rest of the movie I am sure you can guess.The film is definitely fun. It has the standard cop plot, with some awesome camera work. It has its problems, like a horrible depiction of the hippy scene with some of the most cliche stoner behavior I have ever seen. But other than I few plot missteps it is still a good first collaboration between Siegel and Eastwood.It isn't as good as Dirty Harry or near the brilliance of Escape from Alcatraz, but entertaining all the same.