The Abduction Club
A group of Irish noblemen kidnap girls in order to marry into their fortune and avoid becoming priests or soldiers.
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Jacob B (gb) wrote: I was a little skeptical at first. But this stand-up routine/act/film/whatever you want to call it proved me wrong. 'Let Me Explain' proves that Kevin Hart does funny bits and may be a really honest comedian. It may be his best from what I've seen.
Jacob P (ag) wrote: A great alien film. Almost as good as "Unearthed." Although it is kind of a rip off of the 1978 film "Alien" and it's sequel "Aliens," it was much different than any other alien film, and had a good location for it.
David M (mx) wrote: Wow. That was a pleasant surprise. Moreso than most which I would call such. Coming from the typically terrible SciFi Channel original movie category, Silent Warnings is a well written and genuinely creepy film. Set up similarly to Signs, Silent Warnings really does a lot of things well. The low budget keeps the visuals a bit weak, but the writing and talent is worth mention.
EpicLadySponge t (nl) wrote: Decent movie to pass away time... but unfortunately should've ended up being what the Jimmy Timmy Power Hour series are right now.
Brett W (br) wrote: No wonder the government "seized this film", they were doing the public a favor. Horrible. Just horrible. It's almost like the creators of this had never actually seen 50's sci-fi. I haven't seen a movie this lifeless since The Castle of Fu Manchu. The "documentary" introduction seemed like it might have been leading to something interesting and then it just gets completely wasted. They could have easily inter-cut more "on the set" documentary portions that gave more examples of why this film was so doomed and tragic.
Mike B (ag) wrote: Film critic Jack Garner recently used this film to make a point. He said film titles made up of numbers are not memorable. While I think fans of 8 1/2 would disagree, I was intrigued enough by his description of Turk 182 to pick up a copy. To my surprise, it was directed by Bob Clark.Not a great movie, although you do root for the characters. The vandalism vigilante plot doesn't have many surprises, although it's amusing to watch through post-9/11 eyes. The inspiring stunts in the movie would enrage the public today -- just look at the uproar over the Aqua Teen Hunger Force in Boston. Kim Catrall was gorgeous, and it was interesting hearing Robert Urich and Tim Hutton do New York accents.
Charlie G (au) wrote: Good. Informercials cut the hell out of it. Halmark, go figure.
Stuart L (mx) wrote: This movie is pretty fun
Bill M (ag) wrote: Daniel Webster doesn't hold up his end of the compelling screen presence bargain.
Laimis Z (nl) wrote: far away into the future...in the 1970s (!), a group of spacemen (and women!) find themselves trapped in a space(rocket)ship with a (man-suit-)monster on board that wants to kill them...for a 68min film its quite fun and exciting. boooh! insipration for alien, anyone?
Daniel G (kr) wrote: A great villain hidden in another decent Bond flick.
BecLee L (ru) wrote: Very good movie and the actors were amazing playing the roles