A newly-wed NYC couple move into a low-rent luxury apartment only to be harassed by cryptic elderly neighbors. Matt (Dean Cain) and Jackie (Portia de Rossi) are living in NYC, brimming with that certain "glow" all newly-weds possess. They are in love despite failed attempts at pregnancy and a tight budget. One day, Matt meets a group of health-obsessed elderly people in the park. They seem kind, and offer Matt and Jackie a beautiful low-rent apartment in their building. How can the couple resist a luxury apartment with a state-of-the-art gym, cheap rent, and friendly neighbors? Jackie believes it all too good to be true when she notices a young couple in their building disappears, and elderly neighbors are watching her every move...
Writer:Brooks Stanwood (book), Gary Sherman (teleplay)
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jay n (br) wrote: Conceived as a morale riser for an England under siege this accomplishes that well, that it's full to bursting with the cream of the British and a smattering of American film world at the time makes it a very special viewing experience. Parts of it are achingly affecting.
Estudio P (us) wrote: muy buena peli. excelentes actuaciones. becker, definitivamente es un director a seguir.
Jim F (br) wrote: Watched with no knowledge of any TV series. Again, i find myself reflecting on Police Acadamy. Not to say i didnt enjoy it because i did although some parts were a bit odd, like the motel windows scene
Rhesa A (nl) wrote: Not a great movie, but really fun to watch whatsoever
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Jim B (us) wrote: In my nearly 50 years, this is definitely one of the top 10 movies I have seen. I did not see it until 9 years after it came out. It seems now quite prescient.
Zach T (br) wrote: There's no reason this should have had the "Heavy Metal" name. The story of Heavy Metal 2000 felt like it couldn't make up its mind to have a plot or be more off the wall like its predecessor. It's as if they looked at everything that made the original so great and unique and said, "Nah, we'll do the exact opposite." By itself and without the name, Heavy Metal 2000 is nothing more than a D list animated movie with a few awesome and funny moments.
Songeehn C (fr) wrote: Only saw this because it was a freebie that has a "cable movie" feel. A war movie that does a good job of showing some of the decisions involved in the face of war and likely death.
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Neil E (ru) wrote: "Who said a white boy can't sing the blues?!?"One of the funniest films I've ever seen! I wish someone would give this a proper DVD release NOW!!! Very hard to find but completely worth it!
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Luca D (de) wrote: Commedia simpatica e incredibilmente attuale.
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Alex B (es) wrote: Ninja Bacchantes! Deadly parsnips! Cub's first kill! But the son taking care of the father really takes the cake. And that's just the first (personal) half, climaxing at the well. The second (professional) half is just as good.
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