Outlines the history of 40 years of the skinhead subculture, beginning with the most recent versions of the culture.
- Stars:Nils Poppe, Hjördis Petterson, John Norrman, Claes Esphagen, Sten Lonnert, Carl-Axel Elfving, Morgan Andersson, Tage Severin, Lena Brundin, Inga-Lill Åhström, Arthur Fischer, Svea Holst, Hilding Rolin, Gert Landin, Sven Holmberg, Laurel Aitken, Buster Bloodvessel, Jimmy Pursey, Ian Stuart, Gavin Watson,
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Zoki G (gb) wrote: truth is always good, pffffffffffffff:D
Tristan A (br) wrote: The gore was okay, but after 39 minutes I stopped it. Yea, it was that boring. Visuals are important, but content is key.
Pablo B (jp) wrote: Yeah, I liked it, SUE ME.
Tristan P (it) wrote: It has a couple good performances, but an uninspired script, laughable characters, boring narrative, and several terrible story decisions make Alien3 less than watchable.
Brian P (br) wrote: Quite a poor movie to say the least..... Certainly not worth the time to watch it.
D M (jp) wrote: Some aliens investigating earth's atmosphere mistake a NASA rocket launch for a missile attack. They shoot it down. Inside is a military android (a "United States Astro-Robot," to be exact) on his way to Mars. He crash lands in Peurto Rico and, because of his injuries, terrorizes the island. By the order of the hot dyke commander, the aliens also land on the island in order to kill him and kidnap hotties to have sex with. Very uneven, but some really good parts....for fans of Ed Wood. Interestingly this was distributed by Futurama Entertainment.
Vicci O (us) wrote: Fascinating to see this - felt like being immersed in a bedtime story and interesting to compare with 12 monkeys and Looper. A great cinematic trio
Anthony S (fr) wrote: Very witty Cagney/O'Brien collaboration. And the usual great cinematography by James Wong Howe.
Skoobie M (jp) wrote: I must have watched this film 50 times by now
AndrClaude L (kr) wrote: I surprisingly liked it, it's different from the other Tarentino films, but it has it's own reasons to be good. Mostly, it's the characters that make it a winner.