Two pretty young women are abducted to be the featured stars of a snuff film produced by a couple low-life goons. The ladies are bound, gagged, tortured, burned with cigarettes and forced to dig their own graves. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Great American Snuff Film
Two pretty young women are abducted to be the featured stars of a snuff film produced by a couple low-life goons. The ladies are bound, gagged, tortured, burned with cigarettes and forced to dig their own graves.
- Stars:Kishore Kumar, Mumtaz, Laxmi Chhaya, Master Bhagwan, I.S. Johar, Tun Tun, Sujit Kumar, Raj Mehra, Leela Mishra, Johnny Whisky, Mike Marsh, Ryan Hutman, Melinda Lorenz, Holi Tavernier, Jason Dinger, Melanie Trimble, April Hinojosa, Jeff Tretta, Kierra Bowden, Andrea Villa, Stayce, Angela Graham, Jennifer Pisa, Jeff Funderburk,
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Dave R (us) wrote: It was a funny movie had action to it as well wasn't to bad at all
Patrick W (kr) wrote: If you took Taken, threw in Crank, and bits of humor, along with the Bourne Identity, you'd have this movie. The plot literally drops in your lap the very second the film begins. Costner does well in his "older badass Taken guy" role. Heard is pretty forgettable as his CIA handler. Good father/daughter story and decent action saves this from a lesser rating.
Jos M (ru) wrote: Parece un telefilm con algunos buenos actores.
Asa D (fr) wrote: A frighteningly real and uncomfortable movie. Great performances by Sillas & Noonan.
Archibald T (fr) wrote: Jonathan Stryker admits a great actress Samantha Sherwood to a mental facility. It's for research in the next Stryker role "Audra". He has other plans and that's to keep Samantha in the mental ward and invite six women to a mansion where they fight for the part, sort of. Samantha, however, gets out of the mental ward to drop in on Stryker's invitee's to also bicker and banter with him.One by one each of them is killed off by someone in an old hag mask, but who is it that's doing the killing?Great performance's from John Vernon and Samantha Eggar in this highly original slasher flick.
Daniel J (mx) wrote: Don't except anything more than something to laugh at with friends. The murder scenes are pretty hilarious, but that's about it.
Frank M (nl) wrote: Im amazed, very few have seen it. If you like spoof movies, well this one you may love.
Daniel K (nl) wrote: 4: Wow. Truffaut certainly knows how to work with children. I can't think of another picture, except perhaps his own 400 Blows, in which the children appear so natural and brilliant. It's seems almost like watching a documentary at times. Every performance seems to be everything but and is ridiculously watchable, entertaining, and moving. The various kids and their stories force the viewer to run the whole gamut of emotions. And the adults may be even better. This could very well be a perfectly cast film. Some of the scenes are almost impossibly hilarious (i.e. the little girl using the blow horn out of her window and the baby falling out the high rise apartment window and bouncing, etc). Every scene seems true to life and to have been rendered on screen completely faithfully according to Truffaut's childhood. He seems silent and absent behind the camera as well. He doesn't force his personality onto the screen, despite the fact that each and every scene is recognizably his own, but simply steps back and tells a brilliant story. The punctuation of various stories with his very own freeze frame works admirably as well. I am very sorry he isn't still working like so many of his contemporaries (Godard, Agnes Varda, Resnais, Chabrol, etc). He may be growing into my favorite of the nouvelle vague. I started with Godard, will always love Resnais, and may now be gravitating towards Truffaut. I need to watch the Antoine Doinel cycle again. I feel like Truffaut's work is about the only directors one can legitimately compare the Seven Up! series to. They seem a bit like kindred cinematic spirits.
Thomas M (es) wrote: Once again, an abstract French arthouse film uses brilliant pieces to build a lacking whole. And once again, I am wholly thankful for the existence of such films.
Daniel R (mx) wrote: A brilliant and very sarcastic Bill Murray shines as a war veteran that helps a boy that moved in next door. Moved me to tears, but that was probably because of the wine. Great, great film.
Mark D (de) wrote: It weren't too bad but very dumb. I do love vincent price though. Always lights up the screen. Fairly enjoyable. Influence on Austin powers.