A fat rhymer (Rudy Ray Moore) flees to California, where he helps a madam (Lady Reed) and her female fighters battle a local gangster who kidnaps two of her girls and forces her to close down her black Nightclub. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Jesus M (it) wrote: Una buena idea que no acaba de consolidarse. Intento de cine de arte que en su formato comercial acaba por minar su propsito.Tal vez con otros actores.... no se
Tiarnn M (au) wrote: Terrible premise, terrible acting, terrible direction.
James H (kr) wrote: Cliche'd and predictable, poorly acted, the special effects are not very good. The unintentional laughs can be amusing though - and the intentional ones as well. Really hokey, not horrendous, but close to it.
Kristina S (gb) wrote: Disturbing and tragic at the same time. Strong and terrifying storyline. Keeps you guessing right to the end.
gary t (br) wrote: well umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch....its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie....i think that danny trejo, gabrielle fitzpatrick, jaime pressly, pat morita, larry drake, jean-claude van damme, vincent schiavelli play good roles/parts throughout this movie...i think that the director of this action/adventure/drama movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect thorughout this movie....i think that the fight scenes n the gun shoot outs were really good throughout this movie....its a good action movie
Robert I (ag) wrote: Fantastic film where the Cubs win the World Series. My sister is in this.
danster b (it) wrote: Now where's the DVD for this bad boy!? Great tagline!! The rapist losing his "tool of the trade" kills me.
Michael H (nl) wrote: Santa Claus Conquers the Martiansis geared entirely towards children, and was designed to be a harmless bit of Holiday fun that the whole family can enjoy. In fact, the only thing preventing it from becoming a Christmas classic is it??s an absolutely terrible movie, with an awful storyline and horrible make-up and costumes (the Martians wear green tights and have some sort of metallic paint smeared all over their faces). Even the stock footage, some of which was on-loan from the U.S. military, makes no sense (following a report that an alien ship is in orbit around earth, there are clips of pilots leaping into state-of-the-art airplanes and taking off. What exactly was a plane going to do to a ship still in outer space? Well, that??s never really explained). Perhaps the only kind thing I can say aboutSanta Claus Conquers the Martiansis that John Call makes for a convincing Saint Nick, playing him as a jolly old man who takes everything in stride. As for the film??s other characters, they??re either: a. One-dimensional, b. poorly portrayed, or c. All of the above.
Sean C (gb) wrote: A perfectly cute and likeable movie but it's kind of surprising that Quentin Tarantino has the deep appreciation that he has for THIS movie, compared to all the other examples from 60s French cinema. Oh well. A solid film with a wonderful dance sequence and amusing characters, but not a movie I'd really care to revisit.
Chris W (de) wrote: A favorite of Martin Scorsese (who declared it one of the best epic films ever made), this marked a turning point for historical epics, from Hollywood to international production, from studio based, to more location oriented affairs.And it is glorious! I disagree with Marty, but do feel that yeah, it is quite a film. Not the best epic ever, but sure, it's up there. The story is a heavily romanticized look at the life of 11th Century Spanish knight Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar/El Cid, who was instrumental in defending Spain from Moorish invaders, with his efforts helping lead to Spanish unification. The man has gone done in history as pretty much being the national hero of Spain, kind of like what Joan of Arc is for France, though in this case, the man isn't an official saint.The film is typical of that era, in that the hero of the story is shown in generally the best light as much as possible. Like I said, this is a very romanticized film. He's a compassionate warrior and the film details how he gets caught up in various political and military machinations, going from accused traitor to king's champion, and later from exiled hero to lauded martyr. I know my dad likes this movie, as he's talked fondly of it before, and when he told me about it as a kid, the thing that stuck with me is the story/legend of the final battle he participated in. I don't want to spoil it, but let's just say that the story is really cool, if kind of bizarre, even if it may not be true.It's a colorful film about a colorful man, and it has all the hallmarks of a classic sweeping epic. Yeah, it's long, and it could be tightened up in places, but that's a common problem of most, if not all epics. It might be hard to sit through at times, but hey, we get excellent cinematography, gorgeous sets, costumes, thrilling spectacle, and the satisfaction of seeing stuff done without CGI. I really wish they would still make movies like this, just because you get a real sense of accomplishment when you have to bust your butt and not just rely on computers to do the heavy lifting. Oh yeah, and the score by Miklos Rozsa is just fantastic, and maybe the best thing about this movie.Heston adds another memorable character to his resume here, and he is of course, solid. We also get a sultry scheming Sophia Loren, and some strong support from Herbert Lom, Raf Vallone, and Genevieve Page among others.All in all, a sweeping and entertaining spectacle on a grand scale. It does drag at times, but when the film is cooking, it's just a blast to watch, especially the tremendous finale.
Nina D (gb) wrote: My favorite classic film after Meet Me In St. Louis
Ellena S (ca) wrote: Good film but hated the ending y couldn't he have ended up with robin
Chandler A (fr) wrote: Fun movie, great acting by Eastwood.