Smokey and the Bandit II
The Bandit goes on another cross-country run, transporting an elephant from Florida to Texas. And, once again, Sheriff Buford T. Justice is on his tail.
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Herman L (ru) wrote: Interessante kykie na tieners. Vloek redelik baie soos te verwagte, baie seks, en baie praat oor seks. Maar ek is nie so seker die gedrag is net beperk tot tieners nie....veral nie die emosionele onstabiliteite nie. Nie 'n algemene feel-good nie.
Matt C (ru) wrote: What an unbelievable movie. Such a strong moral and ethical question at the end, and the slight twist leaves you thinking on a deeper level. Casey Affleck is sensational, as are Morgan Freeman, Amy Ryan, and Ed Harris. Michelle Monaghan is also sneaky superb. Such a Boston movie. Would definitely love watching this with someone who's watching it for their first time.
Xenomorph F (us) wrote: How many f'in Barbie movies?
Charles P (br) wrote: Director Paul Schrader's efforts to create a cultured, dramatic study of sinful desires and human immorality result in an overambitious horror misfire, suffering from unsuccessful psychological suspense, weak CGI, and a poor script.
James H (gb) wrote: Rather cheesy thriller with pedestrian acting and an uninvolving and far fetched plot. Predictable. It seems like it was from a trashy romance novel.
Ryan V (es) wrote: Seagal keeps the streets safe from drugs. And voodoo. Yup, voodoo. It's mindless, over the top violence at its R rated best.
Terminator 8 (de) wrote: This is the funniest one HA HA!
Aj V (gb) wrote: A little too much skiing in this movie for me, and the ending is horribly cheesy, but there are some good jokes thrown in, so it's was enjoyable some of the time.
Brian P (es) wrote: A little of everything, war, western, drama, comedy...well written and directed story.
Tom R (de) wrote: An excellent horror anthology film, that is very close in ranking to the original "Creepshow", when it comes to horror anthologies (:
Pure C (fr) wrote: I'd probably like this more than I care to admit
Bob L (us) wrote: I am a professor who lost his wife of 49.8 years last year; needless to say, I found the movie fascinating. I identified with what Caine's character was feeling, but I didn't like the ending. I don't think that will be my choice. Although...you never know.
Mike D (fr) wrote: One of the most inspiring stories to come out of the U.S.'s involvement in Afghanistan is without a doubt the harrowing rescue attempt to save Marcus Luttrell and his team of Navy SEALs in the mountainous terrain following a botched mission to take out a Taliban leader in 2005. In 'Lone Survivor,' Peter Berg works with an A-list cast to portray the ordeal - and the heroism of all those involved.One of 'Survivor's greatest strengths is its cast. Led by Mark Wahlberg (Luttrell), the actors who portray the SEALs do a great job of bringing to life the men who paid the ultimate price as part of their service to our country. Taylor Kitsch (Michael Murphy), Emile Hirsch (Danny Dietz) and Ben Foster (Matt Axelson) all give it their all throughout the film. Aside from the acting, 'Survivor' is put together very well. As to be expected in any war-themed movie, there is plenty of hard to watch action to go around, but it is filmed in a gritty, authentic way that does not disrespect those who lost their lives, and shows the enemies for who they really are.Perhaps the best aspect of 'Survivor' is the amount of emphasis placed on brotherhood and friendship. Not only are the four SEALs shown to be incredibly close, but we get to see the generosity of an Afghan father and his son who help protect Luttrell as the U.S. military races to rescue him. The fact that these are true events makes the film that much better.With all the negativity out there in a lot of movies nowadays, it's great to see courage and bravery showcased in such a strong way in 'Lone Survivor,' and the film's success should lead to future efforts that seek to do the same.
emily h (fr) wrote: very weird and very creepy
Jeremiah C (fr) wrote: A good western film, however, it conflicts with a lot of stumbles in its time.