Nico is a guitarist who , after eleven years playing from town to town , is expelled from the orchestra unable to suppress the power within. Only in the road Nico meets Ferrari, a young man traveling with his girlfriend but has also left alone, and that will run from the police in a dilapidated 1500 . Their meeting is not exactly cordial , but Nico does not want to keep walking and Ferrari needs someone to push the vehicle . So they decide to stay together , but the journey is interrupted when they steal the car. Lost in the night, Nico and Ferrari 1500 found in a small wooden house in the woods , owned by " The Hot Rod " . The Hot Rod, well known for his radio listeners, is a man of integrity , who has not left gobble by commercial radio circuits formula .
Phil H (es) wrote: Old school DTV ninja action film that delivers value most Hollywood films could only wish for
James H (ca) wrote: Poorly acted piece of crap, with a particularly annoying and horrible score. Cliche ridden, the kind of gay movie that give gay movies a bad name. Superficial, downright boring at times and ultra cheaply made. They can call it a thriller all they want but it sure didn't thrill me.
Tea R (jp) wrote: Svidio mi se ovaj film jer nisam ocekivala da ce ici u ovom smjeru. Sve ocekujes da ce upast u ekipu, da ce sve razbit i onda ce ona tako dat pocast svom preminulom bratu. Ali zapravo se sve odvijalo suprotno, cak i kad je trebalo bit sve puno kliseja. Drago mi je da je sve ispalo ovako i zbog toga visa ocjena.
Hoss R (jp) wrote: Awful, nearly to the point of hilarity. For 2003, the special effects are truly horrid. The eels look like 2-dimensional paper cut-outs, which is more than can be said of the characters.
EvaLena I (gb) wrote: This was a good swedish movie about an actor that wants to put up a play an the actors are prisoners. They only want to join the play because they want to Break out. It was really a good movie. Bjrn Kjellman was good in the roll of the actor with a vision. :)
Mike B (au) wrote: Has some funny moments: just enough for a SNL skit.
Brendan M (ru) wrote: One of the best acting ensembles of the 2000's with a compelling story at it's centre that offers no sure answers.
Andrew L (ca) wrote: Terrible and boring. Norton is not a good actor (his performances in every film he's done are the same), Ralph Fiennes and Hopkins are completely over the top in their roles. Nowhere near as good as 'Manhunter'
David S (ru) wrote: The Smurfs is a terrible re-imagining of the iconic little blue characters. Every aspect of this movie is a train-wreck from beginning to end. The acting is terrible, the story is predictable and basic, the product placement is shamelessly obvious and deterring to the already lack-luster story, and the dialogue is simple and boring. The humour is dreadful and non-existent, whilst the cheap CGI makes the already poorly written movie hard to watch and entertain. There is nothing to enjoy with this atrocious excuse of a movie.