It's a dreary Christmas 1944 for the American POWs in Stalag 17. For the men in Barracks 4, all sergeants, have to deal with a grave problem - there seems to be a security leak. The Germans always seem to be forewarned about escapes and in the most recent attempt the two men, Manfredi and Johnson, walked straight into a trap and were killed. For some in Barracks 4, especially the loud-mouthed Duke, the leaker is obvious: J.J. Sefton, a wheeler-dealer who doesn't hesitate to trade with the guards and who has acquired goods and privileges that no other prisoner seems to have. Sefton denies giving the Germans any information and makes it quite clear that he has no intention of ever trying to escape. He plans to ride out the war in what little comfort he can arrange, but it doesn't extend to spying for the Germans.
Harry G (us) wrote: It's predictable, but sweet, silly and rather fun. So long as one avoids dwelling too much on the more ridiculous parts of the premise, it's a perfectly adequate way to spend an evening.
emilia l (nl) wrote: Seems well recieved by the critics.
Luciano G (ru) wrote: This formula piece was certainly predictable except for the ending, and it was also unrealistic, but it presents a romance about which many dream could happen to them, even if it is unlikely and not very real, and that, with Lane's charm and performance, make it worth seeing.....
Sakae I (it) wrote: Not bad. It is not dramatic, but very funny like a sit-com. Scott Prendergast is adorable.
Nikol K (ca) wrote: Horrible CGI animation, abysmal writing and terrible voice acting plaque this movie. It could have possibly worked due to the intriguing premise. But alas, what we got was far from intriguing.
Jacob L (kr) wrote: Netflix:Antz is full charm and very intelligent!! This one came before Pixar's 'Bug's Life', and I think Antz is a better film than Bug's Life. If you reviewers said this is a 'Bug's Life' ripoff, not even close and it's wrong since it came out before Pixar's did. The cast (nor the characters) were surprisingly incredible!! Dreamworks always make good movies for the best part. This is the 'GREATEST' work that Dreamworks made hands down!! 100% best film of all-time and way better than 'Bug's Life'!!!!!
April W (br) wrote: This is one of the funniest movies ever! I love it!
Greg G (jp) wrote: Great cast, great movie all round, one of the best all time for me! :)
William S (jp) wrote: This film is what a 70s vampire classic should be. Slight amount of cheesiness, slight amount of action, slight amount of creepiness, mixed with a great storyline makes a wonderful movie.
Tim M (nl) wrote: Michael Douglass and Matt Damon transform into Liberace and his much younger lover respectively. Lots of great supporting players here too. Debbie Reynolds as Liberace's mother and Rob Lowe as a plastic surgeon steal their respective scenes. While there times the pacing is a bit slow the movie is nonetheless entertaining. There is a lot to like here but we don't learn too much about one of the most fascinating men of the 20th century. Final Score 8.0/10
Gimly M (au) wrote: I won't tell you that Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers is bad, you read the title, you know it's bad. I know it's bad, the movie itself knows it's bad. Hell, it goes out of its way to deliberately ensure it's bad, that's the whole point. But what I will tell you, is that I'm all about bad 80's horror, and I was willing to give Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers two and a half stars, which is not too shabby a rating from me, but they completely lost me in the climax, where the badness went from funny to awkward and cringeworthy. So I ended up giving it one, because, as shitty as it is, it's no Ouija.
Misty D (kr) wrote: Not many movies are worth remembering, this one however, seems to have the potential of being a "cult classic." It's one of the few that I actually found creepy and recommend as a "must see."