Tango Charlie

Tango Charlie

Indian Army Sepoy Tarun Chauhan is assigned to proceed to Northeastern part of India that has been rocked by riots and violence with orders to report to his superior, Havaldar Mohammed Ali. Once there, he comes to know that things can be quiet for weeks, following by sporadic violence, and casualties on both sides. His group also comes under attack by vicious terrorists, who like to cut an ear from a dead body, then leave the body as bait, in order to kill anyone who comes to the rescue. This is where Tarun makes his first kill.

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Charles W (us) wrote: Utterly annoying and not even funny.

Chris S (ru) wrote: Have you ever seen a movie where the production stills were more impressive than the movie itself? "Madison County" is a lot like that except it's not a complete waste of time either. The horror begins with a scene of a young girl in her underwear waking up in the back of a moving pickup truck. She jumps out, cries for help, and gets hit in the back of the head by the truck driver. Then we're introduced to James (Colley Bailey) and his friends taking a trip to "Madison County" to interview an author. James has been exchanging letters with David Randall, the author. The book is about a serial killer named Damien Yule who has killed over thirty people over a few decades, but nobody in "Madison County" has ever said a word about it. James wants to get the people's perspective for a thesis paper even when all signs point to him and his friends just packing up and heading back home.I fully expected "Madison County" to be your typical B-grade horror movie. The concept art on the DVD box did look kind of promising. A guy in a pig mask killing college kids doesn't sound so bad. A bit "Texas Chainsaw Massacre"-ish, but that's never a bad thing. The acting is much better than the movie lets on though. Nearly all of the college students have natural sounding dialogue and the townsfolk from "Madison County" are fairly creepy as they should be. It's really only ruined by the old woman at the diner named Erma (Adrienne Harrell). It's as if she starts off decent enough, but has the Nicolas Cage effect and begins to get more and more over the top the more screen time she has.There's actually quite a bit of build up before any sort of killing takes place. There's drama amongst James and his friends, but they spend a lot of time searching for David Randall as Erma tells them he moved away long ago and that Damien Yule doesn't exist. The acting is the only real surprise here though other than the attempt at some character development and slow build to any sort of blood being seen. Everything else is pretty stereotypical. The pig faced Damien Yule takes several pages out of Leatherface's book minus the chainsaw. Every one of the college kids is a walking cliche; James is the brave one, his buddy Will (Matt Mercer) is the nerd, Brooke (Joanna Sotomura) is the really feminine girl who doesn't do anything but cry, her friend Jenna (Natalie Scheetz) is the tomboy who actually puts up a fight, and Brooke's brother Kyle (Ace Marrero) is the brooding tough guy.It's as if everything the movie did have going for it is thrown out the window once Damien Yule shows up. Then it's basically just your below par serial killer horror movie. Leading up to that point though is kind of fun. Pay particular attention to movement in the background. There's always something going on back there. The ending is really bizarre, too. It obviously has to leave enough room for a sequel. All horror movies do that, but this leaves things open while wrapping up another character's storyline and ending with this really awkward shot of Damien Yule done with music video-like editing."Madison County" shows potential early on. Its cast is surprisingly decent and their acting is a few steps higher than you're probably expecting. There's this constant "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" and "Wrong Turn" kind of vibe the entire time. I'd even say there's a little bit of "Wolf Creek" in there, as well. But things go downhill fast; characters become more and more overused and familiar to what you've seen in the past, dialogue gets more ridiculous, and events unfold in unsatisfying ways. It leaves several unanswered questions up in the air. "Madison County" only ends up being a partial wasted effort overall.

Riff J (it) wrote: Don't believe the hate on this movie, this is a good horror movie that delivers more than a few scares. The beginning is really good which gets the viewer invested right from the start. Sure, it comes down a bit from there, but that's an argument I fail to comprehend bc that can be said about ANY movie that starts with a bang. Plus, for a change, the movie contains above average acting. There isn't a shortage of horror movies whereby the premise is very interesting, but the lack of quality acting leads to the viewer not being sold re what they're witnessing onscreen. Jeepers doesn't have that issue bc there are several above average actors who actually manage to enhance an already intriguing script. Combined with an atmosphere that I felt was conducive to heightening the fear level, this movie succeeded at what it attempts to do: SCARE!

Taylor B (us) wrote: i love this movie :)

Adam P (de) wrote: 0 percent on RT seems kinda harsh. I can name 1000 shittier films with ratings over 50%

Alexander C (gb) wrote: Worth finding and watching!

Cliff O (kr) wrote: Campy lunacy. It's exactly what you think it's going to be. With some "so bad, it's good" moments and really fun skating sequences. Now, all that's missing is the MST3K puppets!

Angelo Dean B (de) wrote: An Average Film. Good performance by Stephen Dorff, he executed his role nicely

Gavin H (fr) wrote: Robert De Niro is great in this movie, he shined, and brought a new revolution to movies.

Fern G (nl) wrote: Review: It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World4/29/16 It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World is a funny, crazy, entertaining film that strives too much to surprise, but made us laugh. The writers have created an assortment of hilarious characters with their unique accents, personalities, and appearance that made the movie really original.The movie takes place on the highway in California on the way to Santa Rosita, and the goal was to find the big W that leads to $350,000 of stolen dough. There were a group of ridiculous, money-crazy buffoons who witnessed Jimmy Durante, as the criminal who had buried the money, drive off a cliff. As he lay dying, Durante revealed the secret of the big W, and then he kicked the bucket, literally. Our frantic group split up into pairs and small groups and began a race to get to the W. The first to arrive, gets the moola. Meanwhile, the cops, led by Sheriff Culpepper (Spencer Tracy), were surveilling the racers hoping to recover the money and solve the crime. When Ethel Merman, playing Milton Berle's loud-mouthed mother-in-law, declines to take a plane to get to the treasure faster after declaring, "No one is going to make me fly," gets jolted by a truck crashing into the rear of their car and goes flying from the backseat into the front seat of the car, it made me die of laughter. Speaking of flying, Mickey Rooney and Buddy Hackett were hysterically panicking as they goofily struggled to fly and land a plane while the actual pilot, a drunk, played by Jim Baccus, was in the back of the plane knocked out. They almost hit the tower knocking an Air Force general out of it to dangle like a bungee jumper. Finally, all of the zany characters plus a few more get to the park and scatter around the hunting for the big W. After a plot twist, everything gets mad, mad, mad, mad again, ending up with all the men in the hospital with the oldest gag in the book. You must see this extravagant movie.