Sugar State Women’s Prison. An Everglades hellhole where innocent girls are forced to slave in the swamps by day then turn tricks for the warden by night. A prison camp where corruption, brutality, and sexual abuse are all part of the daily routine. But when reporter Valerie March goes undercover inside Sugar State, that’s when the powder keg really explodes! Follow Valerie through prison life - catfights, knife fights, rape, whippings, prostitution, and the “hot box” - before she and her fellow inmates take bloody, unforgettable revenge on their captors. Inspired by the great women-in-prison films of the past, SUGAR BOXX takes everything one step further. SUGAR BOXX has it all.
Sugar State Women's Prison. An Everglades hellhole where innocent girls are forced to slave in the swamps by day then turn tricks for the warden by night. A prison camp where corruption, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Wes S (jp) wrote: Unmemorable cheap creature flick that is sadly no where as fun as the DVD cover. The plot is simple, the characters are boring, and nothing exciting really happens. Another waste of time.
Deepraj K (br) wrote: a lovely movie featuring comedy and a beautiful touch of romance.
Daren M (de) wrote: Although very shallow the film succeeds in portraying the lonely life of a chubby man with light hearted humour...
Justin R (kr) wrote: a very well done documentary of the influential comic genius, his popularity as an actor and director that made him a legend and the scandals that surrounded him
Conrad T (ru) wrote: 1/2 star. Fate of a sequel and there is not much story to tell. It could have made some extra dollars if it was made and released in 1995 right after the success of the first Mask movie.
Yuri B (es) wrote: This is literally one of my all time favorite comedies of all time as well as one of my all time favorite movies... Frank Whaley was another underrated actor... he truly was hilariously funny in this film... & Jennifer Connelly was simply beautiful.
Hayden Y (kr) wrote: Watched the whole thing waiting for the punchline. It never came. Afterward, i thought to myself, "well, these kinds of Stockholm syndrome scenarios are taken for granted in things like Beauty and the Beast, and the whole romance genre is riddled with problematic cliches, so I guess I understand the critique the film is making." OK, fair enough. I see what he was doing, with the tone and music, which oscillate between maudlin and horrific. OK, OK, I see. But then I keep seeing reviewers say it's a romantic comedy and I didn't really see much of either. The "romance" is twisted and ironic, while the comedy is non-existent. I was bored throughout, and I left the film with a tepid feeling. Also: why does Ricky have to have come from a psychiatric hospital? Do we need more films that demonize the mentally ill? Honestly, that in itself is kind of a deal breaker for me.
Maman K (br) wrote: It's got Mary SM in it - therefore it's good!
Muffin M (au) wrote: I have this in a 5 movie pack with: * Messenger Of Death * The Mechanic (1972) * 10 To Midnight * Murphy's Law (1986)
Brandon K (gb) wrote: A Rather strange but interesting western with Joan Crawford.
Dann M (au) wrote: Criminally funny, Police Academy delivers a lot of laughs. When a new mayor suspends the overly restrictive requirements for being a police officer, a group of oddballs and misfits take their shot at becoming officers by enlist in the academy. Starring Steve Guttenberg, G.W. Bailey, Michael Winslow, and Kim Cattrall, the casting is pretty good, with some hilarious performances. Still, the comedy is uneven and mixes slapstick with hard R sex jokes. But as flawed as it is, Police Academy gets the job done.
Soham G (au) wrote: There is something purely "fun" about this movie. Maybe it's just that The Rock and SWC are a dream team on screen, or maybe it's that Peter Berg finally gives us a buddy comedy that manages to have brains in addition to its carefree sense of humor.