A horror film that depicts St. Nicholas as a murderous bishop who kidnaps and murders children when there is a full moon on December 5.
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Tom T (nl) wrote: 7.2/10Hands of Stone follows the same story arch as many boxing/fighting movies; a fighter comes from humbled beginnings, makes it to the top, falls and then finds redemption. However, it just does an average job of it. It is clearly trying to evoke emotion in the audience, but does, again, does an average job. Duran comes from poverty where he was constantly harassed by American soldiers stationed by the Panama Canal, which is where he gets his severe distrust of "Yankees", but he is portrayed like such a douche (and maybe he actually was) you don't really feel sorry for him. The one part I did really enjoy was how they explained the "No Mas" fight and how he was thrown to the wolves, ironically enough not by any "gringo" that he hated so much but by one of his fellow countrymen leading up to the 2nd Leonard fight. However, I do wish they spent more time on his eventual "redemption". If you're a fan of boxing and interested in a take on Duran's story, Id recommend it, but if you're just looking for a movie to entertain you, you wouldn't be missing much if you skipped it.
Wesley W (gb) wrote: This movie had me crying and laughing, confused.. angry.. and then really happy.. Not sure what it was about it, but I loved it.
Blaq P (es) wrote: Praises to brother Jackson your vision lives on
Jonathan H (gb) wrote: It was good for a one time watch
Tim W (br) wrote: A surreal dark French comedy horror in a dystopian setting. Strange, but creative, even artsy.
Lanky Man P (jp) wrote: Cheesy, stupid, fun. It reminds me of a crappy version of The Monster Squad.
David C (kr) wrote: An eerie period piece about young women from an Australian boarding school who go missing during a picnic at an unusual geological site. The film is intentionally ambiguous about what happened and why its characters behave the way they do-much more ambiguous, it turns out, than the novel by Joan Lindsay upon which it is based. In this way it is not unlike "The Innocents" (1961), an adaptation of Henry James' psychological horror novella "The Turn of the Screw." My wife, who has read the novel "Picnic at Hanging Rock," explained aspects of the story to me that the book makes explicit but the movie does not, and I think this knowledge was a necessary addition to the viewing experience.
Michael T (es) wrote: Colorful MGM nonsense was one of the top box office hits of 1948.
Alex S (it) wrote: Christmas Vacation is a consistently funny holiday movie that has stood the test of time well to make itself a Christmas standard even if some of the sophomoric humor doesn't always land.
David B (it) wrote: The second film in John Ford's Cavalry Trilogy and it's rather grand. Some solid acting by all, good comic relief and most importantly of all plenty of Injun fighting