Six years ago Jack "The Ripper" Stemmons, an American boxer had his career destroyed by a St. Louis bookie. After Jack seeks revenge he is forced into hiding. Jack disappears half way around the world in Thailand. There he falls victim to the addictive spell of Bangkok's exotic and dangerous underworld. Eventually he finds solace in the arms of a beautiful prostitute who has been set in his path by a Russian gangster in order to get Jack back in the ring, This time in Bangkok's notorious underground fight clubs. No matter how hard Jack tries to distance himself from his past, it always hunts him down like a Bad Penny. When a mysterious fight fan appears, it's only a matter of time before Jack's past, present and future accelerate and collide into a twisted climax.
Wes K (fr) wrote: I demand that Matthew Lillard make baseball movies for all eternity, that way I'll never see him in theaters again.
Andres V (de) wrote: Interesante como por enterarse un poco de la barbarica invasion britanica por medio mundo pasando por Sudafrica y llegado a Nueva Zelanda, arrasando con cualquier cantidad de culturas indigenas y de colonos. Buen argumento pero un tanto clase B, dialogos un poco baratos y un protagonista que no convence del todo. Regularsonga.
Gustavo T (fr) wrote: Tragically uninspiring. Saddest part is post-Franco Spain co-produced it. Like why?
Jenn T (nl) wrote: Well acted as well as well filmed.
Mitrelle C (it) wrote: i think meda is crazy
Chynna R (de) wrote: Just plain creepy. The father gives me the chills.
James H (fr) wrote: I like Shrek a lot. It is probably Dreamwork's best animation after the Iron Giant. Donkey and Shrek are hilarious together and the romance between Shrek and Fiona is well done too. This has a good soundtrack, some funny digs at pop culture and an important message about not judging a book by its cover.
Gabe S (de) wrote: It's a shame how easy it can be to hate white people.
Alejandro C (gb) wrote: Otra de esas pelculas que vi cuando era pequeo y que ha envejecido muy mal. De las 3 historias quizs se salva un poco la segunda.
AD V (fr) wrote: It's laughable in parts and pretty gory in others but overall a pretty standard entry during the decline of 80's slashers. Find it in its uncut format otherwise you'll be wasting your time.
James A (jp) wrote: A funny and deeply moving film, the three stars are a joy to watch. Strasberg says so little, and yet he is often the center of the scene. Carney straddles comedy and drama as brilliantly as he did in Harry and Tonto. Burns is the real surprise here, holding his own, hysterically funny, coldly calculating, heartaching in his poignency.
Alan W (de) wrote: This is a great movie
Caylin L (jp) wrote: Definately... Different...
Tanner B (it) wrote: I Vitelloni (1953) ????Humility-as well as humanity-shines in unusually beautiful movie (often considered Fellini's best) tells warm fable of five men, each seeking love in their lives, their own way. A tour de force; trivial note: this was Stanley Kubrick's favorite movie.
Tim R (de) wrote: I think... if the score werent what it was this movie would not have gotten even close to the amount of acclaim this got. It was a hard movie to watch, that was sad, and just nothing really positive to come from it.
Federico F (mx) wrote: A movie for real fans of video games