Detective Ben Nolan is sent to investigate the story of a convicted prostitute and known drug dealer Linda Grossel. Linda explains that she was kidnapped and held captive for weeks. As the investigation unfolds, Linda's sanity is put to question, leaving Ben to decide whether to go on with the investigation or leave Linda to the fate of the prison system.
- Stars:Una Jo Blade, Michael Madsen, Hank Cartwright, Meiko Mitchell, Adrienne Vogel, Barrie Wild, Alicia Rose, Nouel Riel, George Castillo, Rick Lord, Lanie Hoyo, Shuhe Hawkins, Joshua St. James, Geno Romo, Spencer Montoya,
- Director:Anthony Pierce,
- Writer:Anthony Pierce
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(kr) wrote: Great cast, lacklustre story.
(kr) wrote: Mind game metafsico: aldeia global enclapsurada num cubo branco - OH!
(es) wrote: An incredibly lame and predictable kids' movie that had hardly any appeal to me whatsoever. I give it 2/10 (instead of just 1) for its positive lesson about staying in school.
(us) wrote: a very well done movie about nothing.
(es) wrote: you should just let us watch this full movie why won't you let us
(de) wrote: Tobe Hooper is Back, Baby--Hollywood Occult!!
(ca) wrote: There's some bad CGI and the plot is predictable but this is a lot of fun and I laughed quite a bit.
(kr) wrote: Maybe because im part italian but i loved this movie. gay bodyguards with guns!
(gb) wrote: Here is an effort wherein you feel sympathy for the actors wading through the dreck but especially for Ray Walston, blessed (you would hope) to be in the movie of the popular television series he helped establish ... and this is what they give him. Where did I put the bottle of prescription painkillers and the bottle of tequila? Have you heard of this movie? There's a reason you haven't.
(au) wrote: how do u watch the movie
(ca) wrote: Wow. Volente gives a mammoth thespian performance. Such a great actor. As for the flick, the premise is superb and well executed. The Morricone score is cheeky and leading you to its conclusion. The ending kinda reminded me of 'Blow Up' in its weirdness, but if thats not a bad thing. Recommend
(es) wrote: Good creepy British sci-fi from Hammer Studios, based on an earlier TV serial. Three astronauts return from outer-space with an unwanted guest. Transmogrification is your word for the day. But what's Brian Donlevy doing in England?
(au) wrote: Hectic action, good story, A really raw movie.
(gb) wrote: This movie is the best movie I've seen in like 10 years
(es) wrote: love is cruel and beautiful
(au) wrote: Directed by Michael Caton-Jones, (Memphis Belle (1990), Doc Hollywood (1991) and Rob Roy (1995)) and produced by Art Linson (The Untouchables (1993), Dick Tracy (1990) and Fight Club (1999), this is an adaptation of the 1989 memoir by Tobias Wolff. It's a hard-hitting drama, which with a brilliant lead performance, and good support as well, it's quite harrowing to watch in places, but it has a sense of hope about it. In 1955, Toby (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his mother Caroline Wolff (Ellen Barkin) are travelling across country from Florida to start a new life out west, they try settling in Utah, where Caroline tries courting with local Roy (Chris Cooper), but that doesn't work out, so they move on to Seattle, where Caroline then meets Dwight Hansen (Robert De Niro), a respectable man, who seems to have everything that Caroline wants in a man. However, Toby then see's Dwight's true colours when Dwight starts abusing him physically and verbally, but Toby wants to get out, and enrol at a prep-school, but Dwight says he'll amount to nothing and tries to hold him back. If anything, it doesn't paint a very good picture of step-parents, but DiCaprio does well in his first big starring role, it was only a few years before he became a huge star and he's able to hold his own against De Niro. Plus, the film is enhanced with beautiful cinematography by David Watkin.