It has been one year since the boys have become rich. Julian decided to keep the money safe, but when it comes time for everyone to get their share, the money is lost forever. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Say Goodnight to the Bad Guys
It has been one year since the boys have become rich. Julian decided to keep the money safe, but when it comes time for everyone to get their share, the money is lost forever.
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Christopher P (ag) wrote: This was indeed a very good movie. Although somewhat depressing, it still made me joyful at the end, and has been affecting my life positively the past three weeks.
Henning R (ca) wrote: Goemon has amazing fight sequences, and borrows heavily its aesthetiques from manga and fighting video games. Characters are very archetypical, but G is a rewarding experience.
Lauren M (gb) wrote: The heart and soul of one of the greatest comedy duos of all time, and a man who stuck to his guns. From thumbing "hippie ideals" and making money off his talent to speaking up for the voiceless in the US penal system. AN INSPIRATION.
James H (mx) wrote: The plot sounds interesting, contestants from a Surviver Island reality series are reunited on a desolate island for a television special. However, when they arrive on the island no one is there...A not so good Aussie take on the reality television craze. The acting is below average, not particularly suspenseful. Cheaply made.
Ben H (es) wrote: Not as good as the first. Great as a teenager seeing the lesbian scene and some good banter in it but not a great second film
Kameron W (kr) wrote: A great chilling piece of psychologically thrilling cinema
Vince K (au) wrote: I usually hate all old movies, because they look horrible and fucking suck (probably the only 2 I like before my year of birth in 1978 are The Godfather and Last House on the Left). But if you saw Juno, you'll remember where Jason Bateman and Ellen Page argue about horror films, and he puts on the classic The Wizard of Gore, and convinces her it's the best gore film ever. I've wanted to see it ever since. It's definitely not the best gore film ever, I've seen hundreds of better ones from the last 40 years since this was released in 1970, but it must've been the best one at the time. The story follows a creepy magician, who does this great illusion on stage where he seemingly brutally butchers a woman in front of the audience. She appears fine after, only later to succumb to her wounds when she leaves. It's great how he gets volunteers up on stage, he's all like "which one of you dumb bitches wants a spike through the head?" And someone's husband is always like, "Hey, my wife is a dumb bitch" and drags her up there. When he later brings her home and she falls apart, he's like "Oh well, my wife must be defective, time to get another one". A chick with a show called "Housewive's Coffee Break" (1970's answer to Ellen) becomes fascinated with the show and tries to book the magician on it. When her fiancee, a sports writer, discovers all these women are dying after the show, they both start to try to unravel the mystery. The gore is pretty good, even though all blood back then was just red paint, and you hear screaming when people's mouths are closed. But if I had seen it in 1970 I would've been floored. Also, the best "Wizard" movie - better than The Wizard of Oz and Fred Savage's 1989 Nintendo film, The Wizard.
Ruair Pan M (br) wrote: b-movie disguised as a a-movie, peter bogdanvoich makes the most out of a small budget and boris karloff is great. The sniper scenes are still shocking today.
Claire T (us) wrote: it was ok but it wasn't as good as the first Aladdin, this one didn't star Robin Williams, it was an good movie but I don't want it on DVD, it starred Gilbert Gottfried, John Freeman and Scott Weinger