When high school senior Maddy Beauregard falls in love with a college frat guy, Maddy's over-protective mom strongly disapproves and murders him, leading the police to accuse her innocent teenage daughter of killing the man. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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JunKai L (mx) wrote: >-~?- 1/2?'-->... 1/4??,? 1/4>, 1/2(TM) 1/4 (C)?
Kevin E (kr) wrote: Quite simply one of the worst films I've ever seen.
Matthew S (ru) wrote: This is a movie that is made to go right to vcr.
Marie T (gb) wrote: Quelques blagues absolument hilarantes.
Monica B (br) wrote: I really enjoyed this film. There was a lot of tension, including sexual tension... it examined relationships, lust, families, entanglements, and being set free. A great drama - didn't disappoint like some other Australian films of that era.
Katie C (mx) wrote: Good movie, it makes me smile :) I grew up on this movie, so it's good to watch every now and then :P
James H (it) wrote: Rather fascinating short film, a very good filming of the F Scott Fitzgerald story. Great cast, very enjoyable. Nice period flavor.
Annie Y (ca) wrote: like the story idea but too much talking in the film
Steve N (ca) wrote: What a dark and scary place it must have been inside writer/director Sam Fuller's head, noir-ish in tone and texture and populated with all manner of Runyonesque reprobates. That Widmark's sneering grifter Skip McCoy is the "hero" of this odd blend of crime drama and espionage thriller is testimony to the notion that Fuller had unconventional ideas about characters and archetypes. He dispenses with good guys and bad guys, replacing them with flawed cops and virtuous villains and making people out of protagonists. In constructing such complex characters he was, in many ways, far ahead of his time. Thelma Ritter is wonderfully tragic as an in-the-know small-time information broker whose greatest ambition near the end of her life is to avoid Potter's Field and be buried in a plot all her own. Like many of its dramatis personae, the film has a coarse exterior that can be hard to penetrate, but has a beating heart underneath that may take a second look to fully appreciate.
Timothy S (nl) wrote: Mitchum kicks decadent amounts of ass in this supremely well-crafted slice of noir.
Denae B (us) wrote: It could not hold my attention at all. When you keep pausing a movie & getting up to do things you know you have a problem.
Robert H (kr) wrote: Reteaming with his ROBIN HOOD: PRINCE OF THIEVES director, Kevin Costner stars in a post-apocalyptic thriller set far in the future, in which Earth is submerged underwater due to the polar ice caps melting. While there is a slight subtext about global warming and pollution, WATERWORLD is mostly an action star vehicle for Costner (and his massive ego). As far as big budget action/sci-fi goes, this film isn't too bad, though. The production values are fairly high, special/visual effects are well-done, and the acting is mostly above par. However, the biggest hurdle to enjoying the film is getting past how utterly ridiculous the science is. If you can do that, this film can be enjoyed for its visual spectacle and "silliness" factor. And there is quite a lot of silliness. The fashion sense of people who live in this water-covered world tends toward "Mad Max" levels of absurdity. However, no one is more absurd than the "Smokers," the WATERWORLD equivalent of biker gangs who steal and plunder, use copious amounts of oil and, of course, smoke cigarettes...and often all at the same time. Dennis Hopper plays their leader and is yet another great over-the-top villain in his resume. My only quibble is that he's mostly absent for the middle part of the film. But even beyond that, even past the "science," the script just isn't that good. It did a decent job of setting up this world, even if it does require major suspension of disbelief, but it resorts to too many cliches to drive it forward. The worst of these is using the "child in peril" trope as the major conflict to be resolved in the third act. Gene Siskel didn't care for it, and neither do I. Ultimately, when compared to other post-apocalyptic films, or even Kevin Costner's own work, WATERWORLD doesn't hold up too well. Still, it is an entertaining action flick as long as you check your brain at the door.
Debbie G (gb) wrote: I usually love Kristin Bell, but this movie is barely watchable. It is more like a Lifetime made-for-TV movie. I did make it to the end, so gave it 2 stars...