The Devil's Dominoes
On their way to a weekend hunting trip in the Ozarks, four friends get in to a car accident, killing the driver of the other car...
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Leena L (nl) wrote: ZFF2014: This film got silver bear in Berlin and is praised by everyone. I got out half way through, mainly by a request of my friend, but I also found the fundamentalist catholic teaching and life imposed to young children so oppressing that I did not want to take it. Now I am sorry I did not stay, as I will not know the end I endured 4-5 stations of the Cross. It all made me happy that there is nothing fundamentalist with the religious connections I have had in my life. Any fundamentalism. Bad. Big time.
Vivek R (fr) wrote: Could've been better. Starcast is good, especially for Gwen (Galadriel Stineman) and Kevin (Nathan Keyes ), But plot was weak. Transformations were good to watch!
Nyk P (jp) wrote: This is only for fans of Professional Wrestling... I'd go as far as to call it a follouw up piece to Beyond The Mat, but solely focused on Indy wrestlers. 9/10
Timothy S (nl) wrote: "How She Move" continues the glut of urban dance flicks and film titles that are grammatically incorrect, and while it's no better than the others it seems to think it is. Just because this was released under Paramount's indie label doesn't make it better. I must admit that the dancing is completely mesmerizing, but as proved by "You Got Served" and "Stomp the Yard", it takes more than that to make a movie. Newcomer Rutina Wesley is a bright new face with plenty of talent and charisma, and she carries the film. The rest of the cast is great when they're on the stage, but emoting isn't their strong suit. See the documentary "Rize" because the dancing is great and you don't have to wade through a plot. This movie is far too concerned with being hip and soundtrack sales to worry about coming up with an original story.
Jayson G (ca) wrote: The rooftop fight with 2 opponents who have opposite martial arts skills makes this one of Jackie's memorable movies.
Peter P (nl) wrote: Incredible looking film about family and never giving up. For most of this movie, it is set in the jungle, and I can only imagine how hard it must have been to shoot in, so hats off To everyone right there. Now as for the rest of the movie, it is based on a true story, that is always a plus, and has pretty believable acting. The main story is that a damn builders son is stolen by a little known tribe of the amazon called The Invisible People, and after 10 years his father still has not given up hope of finding him. As for the son, he is living quite happy as part of the tribe and is just about to go through the rites of manhood. From there we will just say Father and Son get reunited, a neighboring tribe starts a war, and mayhem ensues. One of the things that made me laugh about this movie I am pretty sure was not meant to be funny, and it is about nudity. You see, The Invisible People wear very little clothes, so there is a fair bit of indigenous nudity, and near the end of the movie when the women of the tribe are taken as slaves and forced to be dancing girls, they are made to put on clothes. So what is funny about this is that when they are set free by the men of the tribe the first thing they do is take off the clothes and throw them down on the ground with disgust. How opposite compared to films where women get taken hostage and are forced to be naked, and when they are rescued the first thing they do is put clothes on. I don't know, maybe it is just me, but that kind of made me laugh.
Alex S (it) wrote: The soundtrack is so good.
Cody S (fr) wrote: One of the finest martial arts movie out there. I can't remember how many times I saw this one
Cara D (es) wrote: Part two, a bit more far fetched but with even more imaginative sets.
David M (fr) wrote: The best in the Sergio Leone trilogy! Better production value than the first, and Eastwood's and Van Cleef's characters are fun to watch. So much better than the two other films!