Priest, a suave top-rung New York City drug dealer, decides that he wants to get out of his dangerous trade. One day he makes a proposal to his partner, they take their 300,000-dollar savings, buy 30 kilos of cocaine, then get profits from it, which allows them to get out of the business for good. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Super Fly is a cocaine dealer who begins to realize that his life will soon end with either prison or his death. He decides to build an escape from the life by making his biggest deal yet.
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Jack Q (mx) wrote: Watching and Listening to Metallica in an Imax 3D cinema was as almost as good as their headline slot at Sonisphere but not quite the same, good setlist, trying to add a storyline to match it was difficult but just was very bizzare yet enjoyable.
Dr F P (au) wrote: A sweet little tale about not having to settle for incest. Ghibli as ever provides edible animation.
Liliane S (fr) wrote: Funny. Oh my goodness, I love Gilles Lelouche and Karin Viard.The end was quite weird though.
William W (es) wrote: Very high quality 2D animation.
jeannie l (jp) wrote: goooood great wonderful
Scott C (us) wrote: I think this was a tad overrated, but still enjoyable.
Luke B (it) wrote: What a godawfully hilarious film. Naked Weapon is a film where not one single person has been cast because of their acting abilities. The delivery of the stale dialogue is painful at times. Once you get past all the hot girls kicking arse, there's nothing else. Its ultimate sin is to take itself too seriously. The editing is a huge pile of gobshite. People dive through the air and just don't stop. Sometimes it seems like a spoof. One scene has two women diving over a sofa in slow motion, without it feeling like part of the fight. By the end the film just gives up, introducing a new antagonist, despite the obvious build up of the Madame M character. The final fight makes no sense, like a lot of the dialogue, as people balance on the heads of their opponents and spin round and around. Delightfully cheesy, and painfully bad in equal measure.
Kayla A (au) wrote: Best movie to watch with your friends!!
CARMEN (it) wrote: MY ALL TIME FAVORITE
Joseph C (kr) wrote: I liked this film found it funny with a silly story that I think worked and I do think Mel Gibson and Goldie Hawn work together well on screen to make some good laughs.
Jessica H (es) wrote: Everything expected and less.
Josh G (us) wrote: A pretty much silent film with no subtitles about the Big Food Industry. Thought-provoking. Worrisome. Good pick, Gerry.
otrablue (ca) wrote: all in all its a cheesy fun movie for a rany day ...seee it if you like monster movies from japan im a big fan of gammera movies ive seen most of them on asutralian tv on sbs .... GEEZ its even got its own kid freindly cheezy theme song naming all at the time 9 planets (plutos now not one but nibiru dawns closer apparently....) speaking of nibiru i think that nibiru is the planet featured in this film (not by the same name but by the sudonym X ) so its basicaly 2 little boys (little sister stays home) hijack a spaceship .....and so on ... its pretty rediclulus but its quite fun! with all the exitment of going to the moon in 1969 well face it it was verry exiting , who wouldnt want to meet sexy alien girls who look extreamly earth like (being in a japanese movie ...) (i love japanese movies! ) the fx were probibly good for the time cool battles , the little boys arnt too anoying -mayby its just the horrible transeration (see what i did there" ) now monster battles the gayos are back and a new dude whos abit like bargonal (from the 2and gameramovie not the one called 2-confusing iknow.)....some of the physics are questionable , but hey its for kids -thats no excuse.
JD H (br) wrote: Really good movie. Very solid acting and great music. Won't appeal to the self-absorbed snotty critics who are looking for tortured angst, but your family will love it!
Sara T (it) wrote: really enjoyed this movie, although the plot seems pointless at times the characters unfold in a genuine, honest way.
Rob S (gb) wrote: One of my favourites ?