Suburban Commando

Suburban Commando

Shep Ramsey is an interstellar hero, righting wrongs, etc. His ship is damaged after a fight with an interstellar nasty and he must hide out on Earth until it can recharge. He leaves his power suit at home, but still finds himself unable to allow wrongs to go unrighted and so mixes it up with bad drivers, offensive paperboys, muggers and the like.

The movie centers on Shep Ramsey, an intergalactic warrior seeking refuge on Earth until his ship can be revived. There he spends his downtime with a mild-mannered architect and his family. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Suburban Commando torrent reviews

Zack F (es) wrote: The screwballiness of this screwball comedy is wonderfully fun, but seems out of place when Julie Delpy tries to use 2 Days in New York to express serious ideas of, relationships, art, and souls.

Brett F (us) wrote: Pretty funny stuff. Although I may have enjoyed the company more than the movie.

Tiffany L (ag) wrote: That was a great movie and i cried

Sharon B (it) wrote: Cannot say I 'enjoyed' the film given the subject matter.... deeply disturbing what the human race is willing to inflict on one another!! But deeply absorbing all the same......

Aaron G (ag) wrote: Too smart for me. If I have to use a chart to figure it out then count me out.

Gregory W (de) wrote: a real head scratcher from the director of cinema paradiso amazing movie.

Henrik S (ag) wrote: Good movie about greed and addiction. Not the best I have seen but it could be worth your while and it's also a true story so it's "extra interesting" or something. Give it a shot!

Ashley H (ca) wrote: Tea with Mussolini is an excellent film. It is about Luca Innocenti and his struggle to assert his independence and find his way into a life of art. Cher and Judi Dench give amazing performances. The screenplay is well written. Franco Zeffirelli did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the drama and humor. Tea with Mussolini is a must see.

Stuart K (de) wrote: Loosely based on Ruth Rendell's 1986 book of the same name. Pedro Almodvar adapted it and added his own exotic, erotic style of directing to a very English story, setting it in Spain. It makes for a compelling and complex mystery, very well filmed and with a good, strong cast. If this had been made in the Golden Age of Hollywood, Hitchcock would have killed for this story. It begins at Christmas, 1970 when Spain was under the rule of Franco, who has declared a state of emergency, and young prostitute, Isabel Plaza Caballero (Penelope Cruz) gives birth to a baby on a bus, who she names Victor (Liberto Rabal), who 20 years later, is dating Elena (Francesca Neri). But when she fires a gun, two cops Sancho (Jose Sancho) and David (Javier Bardem) turn up, Sancho confronts Victor, and the gun is fired again, paralysing David. Victor is sentenced to 6 years in jail. He maintains his innocence, claiming it was Sancho who fired the gun at David, because he suspected David was having an affair with Sancho's wife Clara (Angela Molina). So, Victor goes back to Elena, who is now married to David. She is reluctant, but Victor ends up seeing Clara too. It's a complex love pentagon, but it's brilliantly filmed with good camerawork and music too. Bardem is great as the paralysed cop, this got him noticed internationally. Almodvar shows maturity with this story, and he was making more serious films by this point. But, it's a good erotic thriller mystery, and this was the first of a few films Almodvar made with Cruz, who would hit superstardom shortly after.

Sean C (au) wrote: While this is nowhere near many of Ingmar Bergman's later films, it's still compelling. It starts off slow but that last half is worth it.

Matthew R (nl) wrote: A silent film in which only one title card is used, The Last Laugh is a marvel of visual storytelling. It would have been much better without the forced happy ending, however.

Matt K (fr) wrote: Interesting but ultimately disappointing. The only reason I watched this is because I want to have seen every Chaplin film. This one is easily the worst of his (that I have seen). It isn't a total failure, it is interesting slightly, but mostly just dull and boring. The ending is pretty good though, and highly emotional. The problem is that for the previous hour or so I have not cared at all about the characters so the ending held no weight with me. I'm still giving this a semi-positive rating because it does have some merit, and in its defense I did have to watch it in three installments because of interruptions. Maybe if I watched it all at once I would like it more, but that's not going to happen for a while.

Jason B (it) wrote: When I looked at the final score for Kumiko I was a little shocked. I typically punch in the numbers as soon as possible after watching the film but when I look back I cannot question my attributions. Kumiko is an interesting film about a woman who clearly has some sense of mental illness, probably depression, and becomes entranced with the idea of seeking out and finding the buried treasure from the Coen Bros. film Fargo.The lowest scoring attribute, in my opinion, is the editing. There are times that the film lags on and I feel it could be re-organized to work a little better. It is a good movie, and I expect to watch it again down the line, but I don't really think it is for everyone.