Roscoe's House of Chicken n Waffles

Roscoe's House of Chicken n Waffles


The film starts in 1978, In NYC the numbers racket is going out of business because the state is starting a lottery. Down on his luck, numbers runner Clyde Coltrane (Glenn Plummer) gets a call from LA. His friend Roscoe (Anthony Johnson) is in trouble. Clyde joins Roscoe who owns a restaurant and the mafia some money. Clyde plans to make the restaurant profitable and bail out Roscoe, however the only thing they have is chicken and flour . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Rob C (it) wrote: While on a roadtrip to Chicago, a few teenagers are stranded on the side of the road when their van overheats. They flag down a random truck driver and after some persuading on their part, are given a ride to their destination. However, Chicago is not on the drivers mind and they're driven to an abandoned warehouse where they're set up as game to a pack of ravenous vampires. Prowl could have been a greater film and a possible series, if only it had a little more story to its plot. The film felt like an introduction, a sample, a buildup with no exit point, which was a disappointment---it was missing an ending! While many directors are churning out vampire films left and right, director Patrik Syversen had an interesting concept to it all. It was nice to know the vampire genre still had some fight among it's contemporaries. At an hour and some change running time, it got right into the meat of the script, wasting no time in knocking off its characters. The gore was quite lively, with the vampires appearing like ninjas netting each individual character and vanishing with them. At first I thought it was going to be similiar to John Carpenter's Vampires, having the pack consumed by its ever present hunger, but these vampires still had reasoning and normal speech patterns. It sort of threw me off a bit, but it was something I let slide. However, maybe some cleaning up on the jerky camera angles and a little more spotlight on the vampires would have been nice. The atmosphere was kept totally in the dark and the film centered mainly in one location, which was a slaughterhouse; or the hunting grounds of the vampires. That pretty much set the mood for the entire film and added that bit of creepiness to its plot. Basically the film had my attention all the way through, but like I stated previously, the lack of ending was disappointing and I'm hoping there will be more story to this film in the near future. Prowl is an After Dark special worth viewing, so try and make some time on watching it.

Becky T (ru) wrote: Very intense and suspenseful.

HorrorFan (br) wrote: B-movie schlockmeister and former Full Moon impresario Charles Band presents his second directorial effort under the Wizard Entertainment moniker with the low-budget horror flick DOLL GRAVEYARD. The bloody gorefest opens in 1905 as a lonely 12-year-old, Sophia (Hannah Marks), dies at the hands of her abusive father (Ken Lyle) and is buried in the backyard along with her four sinister-looking dolls. One hundred years later, Sophia's vengeful ghost returns to the house to protect the new owner's equally lonely son, Guy (Jared Kusnitz), from the taunts of his older sister's jock friends by possessing the dolls' bodies and unleashing a campy orgy of violence. Bolstered by surprisingly effective puppet-oriented special effects, DOLL GRAVEYARD is a worthy addition to the Band oeuvre.

Michael H (kr) wrote: Decent effects and performances given the time and budget, but it can't elevate itself quite to the cult status it wants to reach.

Jennifer J (gb) wrote: I don't know about this yet!!!!!!!!!

Allan C (nl) wrote: Solid little noir from director Otto Preminger, involving Jean Simmons as the title angel face who is really an angel of death, luring married man Robert Mitchum into her plot to kill her step mother. Preminger has certainly done far better of noir with "Laura," but this one is still worth checking out for Preminger's stylish direction and for Simmons and Mitchum. The rather slow pace of the story is what kills this film, but it's still certainly worth watching for fans of Preminger, Mitchum or noir.

Rob R (ru) wrote: This movie is much more developed then the average American film, which is spoiled on overdone demonic tales and found film. The film is a nice change in pace.

Nolan M (us) wrote: Judd Apatow's third film is definetly worth seeing. Some people might not find it as entertaining as his previous films because the film is both a comedy and a drama. Adam Sandler, Leslie Mann, Seth Rogen, and Eric Bana give great performances. The film also features many cameos that hopefully people will recognize. The movie is funny and does feature some dramatic and sweet moments, and displays how Apatow is grown as a filmmaker. Most critics have complained with the film's running time at close to two and a half hours, but to me that was no problem at all. The movie was entertaining as well as funny and hope Apatow will continue in this direction.

Sanjay T (es) wrote: Okay movie with complex plot!

Anthony T (es) wrote: Without Clint Eastwood this movie just wouldn't work, with him it is one of the best thrillers of the 1990's.