Denise Watson is a TV station worker who is the only survivor of a unexplained, horrific airplane crash in which she is completely unscratched. Soon, Denise becomes haunted by feelings of unworthiness as well as seeing strange people following her and hearing voices calling her name which no one but she can hear. Disregarding warnings from a psychic actress friend, Denise tries to get on with her life while it's revealed that she was supposed to die in the crash, but somehow escaped, now the unseen specter of death wants to collect her by sending its minions, people that have recently died, to kill Denise and finish the job what death had planed for.
Steve N (br) wrote: Reading reviews was prepared to suffer for the children, but was actually really good. Would reccomend to parents and would watch again. It was a slow start, and didn't have major plot twists, but taken as being what it is, I'd reccomend!
Charlie R (de) wrote: I want to see, obviously.
Private C (ru) wrote: enjoy the movie. fast your track, speed up your life.
shena p (it) wrote: this is the coolest movie ever!!!!!!!!!!!
Steve G (fr) wrote: I thought it had potential at first but it ended up being really stupid. The only salvation was the tits. It was just so 'surface' and cliche. I didn't give a shit about any of the characters except for the grower. Horrible acting, just really painful to watch for the most part.
Dave K (ag) wrote: A very hard hitting film that blew me away with it's gritty and quiet disturbing storyline in which a prostitute called kelly pulls a homeless 11 year old girl into her world of prostitution. The film is rather predictable but none the less very entertaining however the film does have some very un-nerving moments that are really stomach churning such as rape scenes, drugs and prostitution but the most horrific is the pedophilia. All this aside though the film really keeps you gripped to your seat due to the fact there's so much emotion and the characters you see on screen are constantly in peril A good film with a great story 8/10
dojo k (fr) wrote: ovo je jedan od najlepshih filmova koji sam pogledala u poslednje, jednostavan, iskren, prelepi kadrovi i glumci savrsheni svakako preporuchujem ^^
Abel D (ag) wrote: Perhaps a little blaisse, American Outlaws still makes for an enjoyable, if basic, Western ride. Good production values and a charismatic cast are undermined by pedestrian direction and a very odd soundtrack that feels very anachronistic to the period with synth and teenish tunes.
William L (fr) wrote: David Schwimmer as a boob job surgeon = a little more than slightly creepy.
javier l (de) wrote: I freakin love this movie even cry also used to watch it over and over even rent it 3x story of my life
Jacky L (ag) wrote: mostly it was hilarious, but some parts toward the end you dunno whether to laugh or hurl. very 'cuckoo', this one. the cheating husband and the actor who played his clueless friend were good. definitely a twist at the end alright.
Jay P (kr) wrote: Awesome! What a gorefest should be.
Jason R (ru) wrote: Such a weird movie. It is the touching story of a boy with a heart condition and his killer rat Ben. The events of Ben start up immediately after Willard (hence the tagline Where Willard ends, Ben begins) and the story of the boy having a rat as his only friend is contrasted with Willard's rats rampaging through the city and killing whoever they encounter. Is it a drama? A horror movie? It is too ridiculous to be either but there is something half-way watchable about it. It is also fun to see Meredith Baxter as his teenage sister that connects more to the boy than his mother. It is really strange to think that any nominations came out of this movie but "Ben" by Michael Jackson was nominated for an Academy Award. It however was beaten by "The Morning After" from the Poseidon Adventure.
Connor G (es) wrote: Compared to the first two, this is far superior. The interactions and character work were incredible, and far better than before.
Michael G (ag) wrote: While Mr. Majestyk wasn't the extravaganza of awesomeness I'd come to expect over the years, it was definitely a fun movie. Charles Bronson literally plays a tough as nails, down to earth melon farmer (and probably the reason that "melon farmer" is substituted for "motherfucker" whenever you watch an edited movie on TV) who calls them as he sees them and goes to war with a high-ranking mob hit man. Again, Mr. Majestyk isn't particularly great but where it lacks in story it makes up for in action and where it didn't age well. Bronson is great and the watermelon execution scene was pretty damn hysterical.
Matt M (jp) wrote: Two New York detectives attempt to track down a serial killer whose targets are only vicious criminals; the film, however, starts with one of them telling the whole story that feels like a confession to a CCTV camera. De Niro and Pacino are to be blamed for having picked this project in particular to star in. Their meeting, which should have been a big deal, in fact becomes the only 'deal' the movie has to offer the viewer. It is a rather dull cop movie, which in fact feels a lot like a longer episode of any average cop TV series.
Donna L (br) wrote: This is not an easy movie to watch emotionally.
Alexander K (ca) wrote: classic movie..cain is awesome!
Jason D (de) wrote: I, Madman comes off as a slight Nightmare on Elm Street rip-off about a book salesman, Virginia (Near Dark's Jenny Wright) who loves herself some pulp horror novels. Her latest author is Malcolm Brand, an unstable madman who cut all most of his facial features (hair, nose, lips, ears) to gain the love of someone. In fact, as Virginia gets deeper and deeper into her story, Malcolm Brand's fleshed out character, Dr. Kessler starts to become very real as he comes out of the book to kill all of Virginia's accquiantances, taking a piece of their face and making it his own along the way. Naturally, the police, including her detective boyfriend, all think Virginia is the loony one, so its up to her to try and stop the killer. The standard slasher story isn't really anything new, but its certainly an interesting watch. I can see how this Tibor Takacs (The Gate 1 & 2) directed film caught a small cult-classic status for its look and feel amidst a bevy of 80's horror films. The gore effects are somewhat engaging, but the inclusion of the stop-motion monster (a deadpan lookalike or rather leftovers from Takacs Gate movies, which he shot just before and after I. Madman) is both silly and outdated. Still, the film was nominally entertaining. Not bad.