Satan's Little Helper
A naïve young boy unknowingly becomes the pawn of a serial killer.
- Stars:Derek Cecil, Kathleen Robertson, Nick Searcy, Jennifer Morrison, J Barton, Alex Craig Mann, Rula Elyas, Catherine Haun, Lexi Louca, Annie Murdock, Barbara Murdock, Carlos A. Cabarcas, Alexander Brickel, Katheryn Winnick, Stephen Graham, Amanda Plummer, Wass Stevens, Dan Ziskie, Melisa McGregor, Joshua Annex, Joyce R. Korbin, Anthony Ardolino, Mary Kay Adams, Christian Robert Varley, JoAnna Beckson, Larry 'Ratso' Sloman, Lisa Barnes,
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Jimmy F (au) wrote: A masterpiece about a guy that has had a heart attack and struggles to survive. He encounters Katie, a young woman, who has her own issues. Ken Loach directed this movie, his best movie to date. Recommended!
Collin S (es) wrote: Funny film, no substance to it. Nice dumb comedy to pop in late on a Saturday night
Amy H (fr) wrote: This is nothing compared to the first one! It is so crap! How many scenes do they have to copy from the first one? And the chicks were so NOT hot!
Robert C (gb) wrote: A good film, if you can get past the "made for tv" feel. A very interesting concept that just doesnt feel like it was fully developed / executed.
Peter P (us) wrote: Brilliant acting from Billy Connolly and Jedi Dench, and a well told story, all i can say is this is really deserving of all the praise it got. Excellent movie.
Hani H (gb) wrote: a very boring movie....except for the landscape and liv taylor, otherwise sooo boring
Lukas Z (br) wrote: in remember this not making sense
Ryan V (ru) wrote: A decent little family film, and a childhood favorite. Benji gets separated from his owner, and teams up with some wild cat cubs to survive.
Kathleen H (au) wrote: An oldie but still enjoyable.
Asif K (ag) wrote: i remember it was on TV one ;p
H C (au) wrote: Slow-moving but fascinating for anyone interested in the story of the Mad King, Ludwig II. Great costumes and set design.
Matt M (mx) wrote: Whereas in 1959 with Shadows the whole filmmaking process seemed to have been revolutionised, it was with Faces in 68 that Cassavetes became a fully realised filmmaker with his unique, ground breaking and deeply influential style. The film centres around the disintegration of a middle class marriage, where the husband and the wife cheat on each other during the course of one night. Faces feels genuine, the camera movements are underlooked in favour of a style more geared towards human interaction creating a real gritty atmosphere through actor's performances, some of which are improvised and add to the overall intensity and realism of the drama and the impact of the film as a whole. Faces is also a milestone in American independent cinema and the first to be recognised by the Academy Awards with three nominations; a great achievement which favoured change in mainstream cinema.
gary t (ag) wrote: wow umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch.....its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie....i think that michael anderson jr, michael anderson, mario adorf, james coburn, jim hutton, L.Q jones, charlton heaston, brock peters, ben johnson,richard harris play good roles/parts thorughout this movie....i think that the director of this western/drama/classics movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie.....i think that charlton heston/richard harris were great throughout this movie....i think that this is a great western movie 2 watch with a great cast throughout this movie n its a good classics
Blake P (jp) wrote: A film noir classic! Tony (Servais) has finally been released from prison, and decides it would be fun if he and his friends pulled one last heist. It all goes well, but like in all heist movies, everybody ends up getting greedy, involving killing and theft. Who will be the last one standing? "Rififi" is widely considered THE BEST heist film, as well as being a highlight in the foreign movie genre. I love Italian movies, so I guess I can say I was nervous to see a French one. This film was in my favorite movie guide "501 Must-See Movies", and with my trust in the book, I knew this one had to be good. Was I surprised that I loved it? Heck no. Jules Dassin is a director I know is reliable, and this could possibly be his best film. He not only does a great job acting in a leading role, but every moment that he directs is tense and scary. And that 30- minute heist scene in silence? Need I say more? I found a very good reason to see this is Jean Servais' performance. Usually it's pretty hard to tell if a foreign actor is good or not, but every time he even speaks, I feel like I'm in the presence in one of the most evil men who ever lived. Just seeing this one proved that there are actually actors that are just as good as Marcello Mastroianni. Besides the heist scene, he is definitely a reason to watch, he is such a highlight in his work. "Rififi" is a must-see. Highly recommended.
Miss Annur (de) wrote: not watched it all yet
Aaron M (mx) wrote: Heartfelt, realistic, non-linear portrayal of a relationship and its challenges. The whole film felt more like a 2-person stage play than a film, and several of the scenes would make wonderful audition material.
Jessi T (nl) wrote: the film is thrilling and plays with your mind definitely psychotic but brilliant
Tyler R (mx) wrote: I actually liked this James Bond movie. It had a interesting plot and great action scenes.
Brad S (ag) wrote: Really good biopic that has great performances and solid writing. Glad I finally caught up with this one.
Dave R (fr) wrote: "Let's break out some Winchester!"