The Frightened City

The Frightened City

A London accountant (Herbert Lom) forms six gangs into a syndicate which he tries to control with a killer (Sean Connery).

A small time thief is recruited by a mobster to help with the racketeering. He doesn't like the job, but with the mob on his back, a femme fatale in his bed and a sick friend to care for, he will have to keep all his wits about him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Javier E (gb) wrote: La historia de 3 hermanos y sus frustradas vidas, las cuales toman rumbos inesperados a raiz de la hospitalizacion de su madre. Ligera y divertida. (Texto intencionalmente sin acentos).

Jamie B (us) wrote: Homosexual northerners who go to watch footy a slash peoples faces with stanley knives..... crap

Bryan M (fr) wrote: Superb...in most ways.

MiYon R (jp) wrote: Four young, well-endowed hotties rent a cabin in Hicksville, USA where they've been followed by a group of morons consisting of an ultra-feminine art student, a mentally challenged (?) pervert, a geriatric war veteran in a wheelchair, and their sadistic ringleader. Also hot on the girls' tails are a couple of greasy, dirty, toothless country bumpkins whose most impassioned lines are, "God damned city bitches!" Let me not forget to mention two detectives who are pursuing the damsels in distress. Only they're not damsels in distress. At the stroke of midnight, they transform into bloodthirsty demons - bloodthirsty lesbian demons. This is... one of the worst I have ever seen and I have watched some major stinkers. Unfortunately, not even all of the T&A could save Wicked Lake. The tone of the film is constantly changing and confusing for the viewer. Am I supposed to laugh? Is this character to be taken seriously? Much of the movie looks like it was shot with a camcorder, the dialog made my ears numb, and the acting is deplorable. I live for B-movie horror and low-budget amateur efforts so I've made it a habit to overlook sub-par acting but, in this case, it's so bad that it's unforgivable. Even worse, when they're not 'acting', they're zoning off, unresponsive to anything that's happening with the rest of the characters. It's a complete mess. I'm irritated that I wasted 95 minutes of my life on this cinematic piece of excrement.

Amanda H (de) wrote: For about half an hour, I was thinking this movie was way better than I expected it to be... and then, suddenly, it was like everyone stopped caring and decided they weren't going to bother any more. I completely lost interest and left it in for background noise while I did other things, because not a single one of the characters was worth being invested in.

David G (ca) wrote: Hard to enjoy a movie that is based on ideas that you are bitterly opposed to.Guy Fawkes was a traitor who would be called a terrorist by today's standards. He tried to bomb parliment and would have killed hundreds had his plot not been foiled. So for the main character to be chosen to associate with this monster is wrong. Next, there were supposed to be parallels drawn to the Bush presidency? I don't see this but I do believe it's wrong to try and demonize a president who tried to uphold the office with dignity and acceptance of the democratic process, which he did, even if you disagree with his policies.Finally, if the themes that are supported in this movie don't disagree with you then the scene where the "protagonist" takes 100 rounds and in his death throes still has the energy and speed to deliver 30 fatal knife wounds to as many soldiers ruins the movie. Its just so unrealistic I don't know where to begin.That's my take on this movie.

Lisa C (br) wrote: I didn't care for it.

John L (ca) wrote: This has possibilities if not to slimy.

Paul R (de) wrote: I honestly hated this movie.

Justin and Denise S (mx) wrote: Mildly entertaining and funny although very bizarre. I liked parts of it rather than the whole.

Enrico M (gb) wrote: Great stroke of genius by Mr E. Kusturica! Fantastic actors.

Dan M (mx) wrote: A movie I so fondly remember from the past, if this movie had come out today I would probably rate this way lower. Still watching this now I can't help but laugh at the silly shenanigans that take place.

Shane D (it) wrote: A youthful Seagal, slight, lean, flexible. Interesting to note he hadn't yet embraced the wig nor resorted to midrift clothing kind on an expanding waistline. I still prefer Hard To Kill if I were to choose, there isn't much that stands out here other than Pam Grier pre-Jackie Brown.

Greg W (es) wrote: so so vehicle for Bob Hope

cli o (ca) wrote: no thanks not my kinda thing

Greg R (gb) wrote: For such a short and simple movie, Dumbo still manages to pack a lot of charm, imagination, powerful emotions, and brilliant Disney animation all into one. It may not have been as ambitious as Snow White, Pinocchio, or Fantastia was for it's time, this film is still one of the best Disney classics.

Gary S (mx) wrote: What a great and powerful true story this is. This pisses me off that black people are treated the way they are. We all bleed the same blood and we are all human. This film had really got to me and how disgusting humans really far and can be!!!

Harrison R (jp) wrote: Really liked this bromantic comedy. The only movie I can think of that men can use to show women what men want.

Bobby N (kr) wrote: Wasn't great, but kept me entertained with the performances.