Thank You God for B-O-Zs and 1-2-3s!

Thank You God for B-O-Zs and 1-2-3s!

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  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2007
  • Language:English
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Thank You God for B-O-Zs and 1-2-3s! torrent reviews

Sabrin B (ca) wrote: i want to see this !!!!!!

Chris B (jp) wrote: I went to support a family-valued film. But, I was touched and moved by the honesty and the reality of this courtroom drama as they occurred. Some of the special effects with the window scene were awesome, wish there had been more. Tom Sizemore stole every scene he was in. His funny performance was understated and real. Suing the Devil is a tear jerker, with an upbeat message, and ultimately makes you feel triumphant. For the Christians, this is a wake-up call to all the lost people. I know the Facebook page has 17,500 fans!

Mark Gabriel S (us) wrote: The poster child for syfy original movies.So bad it flew past "B" and landed somewhere around "Q"

Ben R (au) wrote: An interesting film but I felt much was left unfinished. Such as the relationship between her and her dad. How she finished high school or what happened after her fights and if she could go pro.

Sierra H (de) wrote: Complicated and slightly deranged, but also a wonderful, unique film with great dialogue and a soundtrack that I really want to download.

Eytan D (nl) wrote: Coming from Kevin Williamson, the writer of "Scream," you'd expect "I Know What You Did Last Summer" to be a bit more clever. In that department, it partially fails. Also, it is only loosely based on the book by Lois Duncan. It veers a bit into standard slasher territory, but the film is still pretty entertaining and has a likeable, sympathetic cast of teens lined up for the slaughterhouse.

Tuco (es) wrote: John Doe and AdRock set off on bikes to deliver the ashes of an acquaintance to Nevada. If that's not enough for you to check out this movie, commonly referred to as an updated Easy Rider, then the cameos might pique your interests. One of my favorite road movies containing some of the most bizarre anecdotes, along the way. Free Food For The Poor!

Justin O (de) wrote: Another cheesy Seagal action flick, although unintentionally hilarious.

Chris H (jp) wrote: This is a Parks film I'd been dying to see for ages. I'm very glad I included it in my Greatest Parks Performances artcle, as it is indeed one of his coolest performances and a gem of a film.It's not as good as Road House (comparisons are unavoidable), but it's a really decent venture in its own right.I really didn't expect Parks to get killed of so quickly. Before he went though, we got a few great scenes with him like the James Dean one and the unnecessarily aggressive training one. His actual death was great too, though I thought it stupid that there wasn't any blood, even though he was shot several times.We get some interesting and intricate cheesy 80s dancing, hints of a mobster film with the pressure that's placed on Parks and Parsekian's boss (the club owner), and some interesting action (nunchucks!).We sympathise with Parsekian's protagonist as he endures both the loss of Tank and the club's owner, but the ending was a little anti-climactic I thought, as he basically just lets his anger out on the club itself, then leaves. He seemed a bit too passive about going after these guys the whole film - he basically didn't bother and only fought if they attacked him instead.Allegedly Tarantino's (a big Parks fan) Michael Madsen line about "getting Tanked" in Kill Bill Vol.2 is an homage to Tank's character. I can see why he would go to the effort to give a nod to this film.A very good and unfortunately mostly now forgotten gem.

Eric R (gb) wrote: The previous sequels took their time to resurrect Dracula from the awful deaths he suffered at the end of each film before. Not Scars of Dracula, the sixth entry into Hammer's Dracula franchise. This time Dracula is resurrected within the first 2 minutes. These filmmakers didn't want to fuck around with coming up with unique ideas to bring him back. This time they have a bat (that looks so fake I swear I could see the damn strings holding it up) barf up some blood on his ashes which results in a quickly and cheaply done film dissolve into Dracula. This is the best resurrection sequence the filmmakers could think of? If it was that god damn easy to bring him back from the dead why didn't they just have a shitty looking bat barf on his ashes in previous films! This hack job of an opening just ruined my mood for the rest of the film.After the lame resurrection of Dracula we then have an angry mob (more suited for a Frankenstein film) marching up to his castle to burn him to death once and all. Dracula doesn't take kindly to this and sends a group of fake looking bats back down to town to kill all the women and children. Jump to a neighboring town and we are introduced to a young brash womanizing man who gets accused of rape and while escaping police he winds up deep in Dracula territory. Finding his way to the castle he is greeted by Dracula and not surprisingly becomes his next victim. His worried brother and girlfriend track him down to the castle and come face to face with Christopher Lee himself.One aspect I like about this sequel is that the character of Dracula is more like the character he was in the original film. He speaks far more and is the icey, yet polite host he was originally made out to be. I also like how Dracula is more violent and ferocious, even using knives to aid in his killing. Fans of blood will enjoy as director Roy Ward Baker makes this by far the bloodiest entry into the series. He even zooms the camera in on the bloody carnage giving me flashes of Lucio Fulci.What I don't like about this sequel is that it has a cheap quality to it, making it feel more of a B-movie compared to the original films. Bad effects (bats anyone?) and cheap castle sets are just a few of the problems. The humor director Roy Ward Baker injects just comes off campy like he knew the Dracula formula had been done to death so he desperately tried to do something different. Oh did I forget to mention the lame resurrection of Dracula?This sequel is a large step below the other films in the series and the Hammer's faltering financial situation shows up everywhere from the casting, to the plot and the effects. Despite being a disappointing entry into the series this far from the worst. The worst is yet to come...

Marco F (fr) wrote: WHERE EAGLES DARE is a magnificent, great piece of entertainment. It is consistently thrilling from one end to the other. The film manages to mix belivablity and cartoonish impossiblity so deftly and seamlessly that its hard not to be entertained by the real highlights of the movie, including the exceptional plotting and great action sequences. A British intelligence officer (played by the amazing Welsh actor Richard Burton) and an American Ranger (played by Clint Eastwood) lead a commando team to rescue an American general in a fortified German castle during World War II. At least that's what it starts out as- that's only one layer on this multi-layered plot, which has many twists and turns; the film turns out to be very intricate and as a result, it becomes more believable as a crazy tale of suspense and espionage, rather than just another simple overblown spectacle.The film is rather violent for a late 1960's film- I'm surprised it got a PG rating. Just pointing that out as a fault on the MPAA's part. That doesn't affect the film at all; it's still quality entertainment.

jay n (kr) wrote: Jimmy's fine but this is plodding and dull.

Ibraheem M (ru) wrote: It may not be the most fascinating romantic comedy in the world but Cher and her mother flourish it.

Wendy B (br) wrote: Absolutely love this "shim".. Has me literally in fits of laughter everytime i watch the show. Can't wait for season4 to come, already put my order in at Collins Bookstore...