Determined to pull in the Pulitzer Prize, reporter Johnny Barrett will go to any length necessary to win the coveted award. When he learns of an unsolved murder committed at a mental institution, Barrett devises a scheme to solve it and earn himself recognition. With the assistance of a psychiatrist and his girlfriend, Barrett convinces the doctors at the institution to commit him. Once inside, he begins his investigation -- and gradually loses his mind.
- Stars:Peter Breck, Constance Towers, Gene Evans, James Best, Hari Rhodes, Larry Tucker, Paul Dubov, Chuck Roberson, Neyle Morrow, John Matthews, Bill Zuckert, John Craig, Philip Ahn, Frank Gerstle, Rachel Romen,
- Director:Samuel Fuller,
- Writer:Samuel Fuller
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(jp) wrote: Interesting look at the man that surprisingly talks very little about boxing and focuses more on private audio tapes. Not the best look at him, just the newest.
(es) wrote: very poor, no real theme or message or sense of dread throughout
(nl) wrote: Dreadful..just dreadful.
(fr) wrote: This is the visually most fantastic movie I have seen in a while, and you'll definitely not look at this painting the same way as before watching this flick.
(de) wrote: It's a story that's been done many times, and it's a bit predictable, but American Violet is a gripping docudrama about the Texas justice system that features powerful and award-worthy performances from the whole cast but I expect nothing but greatness and stardom for Nicole Behairie. (Alfre Woodard is also amazing).
(ag) wrote: Will Ferrell is good and everything is eh....
(au) wrote: Surprisingly well acted and real, this indie movie follows the coming out of a young teenager in rough and tough NYC. Claude (Folland) faces a tough life on New York's mean streets but finds love in the form of Lucy (Hailey). Tender despite its homophobic undercurrent within the plot in the form of her best friend's sociopathic boyfriend, who would fit in equally well in London's East End. I enjoyed the movie, and was rather disappointed when it came to an end. It is well worth a watch.
(gb) wrote: Some funny lines here and there, cute animals, Curtis's physique and the presence of two of the Pythons.
(kr) wrote: I saw this movie for the first time last night, and found it truly amazing. I really enjoyed it as it was well acted and intelligently presented as is all of Billy's work. Debra Winger was terrific in it, as was Joe Montegna, Cynthia Stevens, and everyone else in this exceptionally well cast film.
(jp) wrote: This movie is why Hulk Hogan came out of retirement.
(fr) wrote: W/ what starts off rather good w/ a couple of fingers getting chopped off & a beating to the head w/ a meat tenderizer cools off when the A Team knock offs shows up to deal some vigilante justice. Passable 80s actioner that sorta numbs you out after awhile w/ its wooden acting aside of Gerrit Graham (who is sadly killed off rather quickly) & mindless gunfire. Disposable & forgettable that Im having problems finding some bright moments even though I watched this a few days ago.
(br) wrote: un des meilleurs roles de dewaerebon film qui denoncait pas mal pour l epoque
(it) wrote: After the critical acclaimed -but box office failure- "The Killing", Kubrick-Harris managed to impress MGM, a studio that offered them enough money to make a film for them, a film that became the unforgettable anti war "Paths of Glory".During World War I, the French army is in the middle of heavy trench warfare with German forces. French generals decide to unleash a massive suicidal attack in order to take control of a well defended German position known as "The Ant Hill". Throughout the history of cinema, war has been used as a setting in innumerable occasions but the most common ones are World War II, The Vietnam War and the "War on Terror". So when a film is set in "World War I" it is a novelty, but "Paths of Glory" is more than that. "Paths of Glory" counts with a surprising take of the Great War, amazing performances with the highlight being Kirk Douglas as a determined and honorable Colonel, iconic imagery, the cinematography is mesmerizing and perfect (it truly outshines most of the films greatness), the dialog is powerful, mesmerizing, memorable and extremely quotable; the characters are well written and memorable, the moral ambiguity is handled perfectly, it has one of the most beautiful and emotional ending scenes Ive seen in a war film, solid and timeless themes about dehumanization that will provide a thought provoking experience, the courtroom scene is short but striking, and Kubricks directing is as perfectionist, geometrical, precise and beautiful as he is known for. Forget about Douglas, Kubrick is the true star of this film. "Paths of Glory" is a film has that everything that an unforgettable classic needs. It truly shows Kubricks directing style at its finest and shows what's to come in his impressive and admirable career. A must see for anyone who calls himself/herself a lover of the seventh art as it is one of the best anti war films ever made. If you believe that Kubrick was cold and couldn't get an emotional reaction from his audience (other than fear and shock), you need to check out this masterpiece.
(kr) wrote: Warlock is devilishly fun entertainment. Julian Sands and Richard E. Grant are both perfectly cast in the leading roles.