A hot summer day six young men and two young women meet at the beach beside a deep river. After a while they go for a swim. At a point where the river is 8 meters deep, one of the boys gets... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A hot summer day six young men and two young women meet at the beach beside a deep river. After a while they go for a swim. At a point where the river is 8 meters deep, one of the boys gets...
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Raul V (jp) wrote: A funny comedy with no morals what so ever.
David J (mx) wrote: Another great Eastwood acting job. Gran Torino had solid characters and a powerful story.
Pdominic S (jp) wrote: didn't know any of the actors but thought provoking premise that was well acted and well followed through
Sebastian I (mx) wrote: as good as original and expands on what happens next to each person. some people i didnt like in 1st still bothered me.
Cory T (fr) wrote: Ray Harryhausen would be flattered with the stop-motion animation that adorns Quetzalcoatl, a prehistoric reptile who decapitates window-washers with a single munch. In the midst of it all is Jimmy Quinn (Michael Moriarty), a scurrilous low-life wheelman for criminals. It's as if Larry Cohen gestated on interjecting Ratso Rizzo from 'Midnight Cowboy' into a cartilage-laden creature-feature and against all odds, the raw, seedy B-plot of Jimmy Quinn is a stupendous switchback on archetypal horror-movie protagonists insofar as Quinn is a profiteering scoundrel who is flailing with reforming his felonious tendencies ("Maybe I can't make it outside the slammer."). Cohen is a Roger Corman-esque shlockmeister at heart and the titillating sight of a nude sunbather is juxtaposed with an ineptly shot scene of the droplets of the women's blood descending on pedestrians. Mostly due to budget, Cohen refrains from showing too much of the titular character and it extracts palpable suspense. Truthfully, 'Q - The Winged Serpent' is a wistfully scalene endeavor as it jostles back and forth between Moriarty's filching scheme and the occult angle with human sacrifices to appease the Aztec god Q. Nevertheless, the strain of self-effacing humor (Quinn states he never wants to "see eggs again" after witnessing Q's hatchling in his Chrysler Building lair) assists in digestion of the more disparate elements and it emerges as another unexpectedly witty character study with New York verisimilitude masquerading as a monster movie.
Matt D (fr) wrote: Audrey rocks a sweet mom perm but then everyone dies. Not a fun film by any means although they sure as hell tried!
Suraj S (us) wrote: The plot is terrible, the characters are all annoying, and even the "perfect ending" is annoying.
Michael T (us) wrote: A showcase for Michelle Williams' ample talents; small, intimate and somber.