A wealthy out-of-towner hires an indigent man to abduct an estranged family member.
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Rachael B (au) wrote: This movie was just a basic story that has been done 100's of times in the past. The person has till midnight or Christmas morning to change their ways else they will end up alone and dying.
Terri H (us) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested
Michael W (us) wrote: How could Kristin Kreuk, my ultimate heartthrob, star in this movie? HOW??? Call me, baby! We can work it out!
Toni S (gb) wrote: As rock documentaries go, this has to be among the best I've ever seen.
Rick C (mx) wrote: In this spectacular war movie (incredibly underrated) it shows that behind the orders and training soldiers still feel emotion like the rest of us and show incredible courage,heart and risk they're lives to save others. with the score by hanz zimmer and directed by antoine fuqua.
Ziggy (ru) wrote: She was more powerful than Chucky. She made the little girl evil. Chucky didn't do that to Andy
Doctor S (ag) wrote: Fitfully funny comedy hodgepodge from a handful of veteran directors. Most skits lose steam quickly, best ones include Arsenio Hall having an accident-prone afternoon in his apartment, Ed Begley Jr. who thinks he's developed an invisibility serum, and Monique Gabrielle profiled during an ordinary day with a Pethouse Pet. Yow!
Robert B (fr) wrote: Sad that this was thier last movie as a duo but what an ending. Funny, goofy and an adolescent 1950's male fantasy road trip movie. The scene with dog driving the car is still extremely funny.
Christian P (nl) wrote: Destination Tokyo was such a successful piece of wartime propaganda that it reportedly inspired Tony Curtis to volunteer for real-life submarine service. Despite the schmaltzy reminders of how wonderful Americans are (there are three pauses for prayer) and a few lectures on how evil the Japanese are (apparently their language has no word for romantic love), the film comes across as earnest and entertaining thanks to strong writing and direction from Delmer Davies and a great supporting cast filling out the usual mix of genial personalities in a wartime movie. Particularly good are John Garfield as the skirt-chasing tough guy and Robert Hutton as the green kid.
Molly R (fr) wrote: There were some nice parts, but I found the film a bit boring.
Ty C (au) wrote: Not the "Typical" horror movie. Instead of relying on an abundance of cheap Jumpscares and loud noises, this film is heavily rooted in pure suspense and mystery. Johnathan Breck's performance as the creeper brought life and a depth of terror. Justin long and Gina Phillips held excellent chemistry as Darry and Trish. The true nature of this film lies in the ambiguous nature of the Creeper, and the hopelessness of both Trish and Darry, who cannot escape this unrelenting creature.