A hooded psycho is murdering high-school girls. A devil-worshiping, drug-dealing biker gang is suspected.
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Matt H (kr) wrote: Ultimately feels like a forced marriage, although I don't think that was the writer/director's intention. I guess I don't know enough about the world the film inhabits; it feels like something from the 19th century.
scott g (nl) wrote: Terrible film. Jennifer bryer is really bad although saying that not heard of her before this or seems to be doing anything since. the acents on show from her and everyone is bad. it is said, former Blur guitarist graham coxen did soundtrack, if he did hes done some terrible choices here. nothing to recommend this crap
Tom M (de) wrote: With an update in visual effects and a groundbreaking performance by Andy Serkis, Rise of the Planet of the Apes reboots the franchise with care and style.
Westleigh Q (kr) wrote: Worth the price of admission for the Dubai sequence alone. Rather clever for an action flick.
Guilherme V (ca) wrote: REALLY CAPTURES WHAT HIGH SCHOOL IS ABOUT
Tim S (jp) wrote: What a story of perseverance. One of the greatest movies ever made.
Clay B (us) wrote: UNDERCLASSMAN (2004)
Caleb M (ca) wrote: A muddled attempted at asking whether Hitler's art could have prevented him from his foray into politics. Cusack is fine, and Noah Taylor has his moments as a young Adolf Hitler, but the film bites off more than it can chew, and in the end feels a bit like a mildly interesting play crossed with some rather interesting ideas that never really come together to create a truly engaging film.
James W (nl) wrote: great biopic on Abbie Hoffman. Don't know who he is? well then you should see the fucking movie. great acting by D'onofrio (Full Metal Jacket)
Youenn D (us) wrote: Si tu ne viens pas a Lagardere, Lagardere viendra a toi !!
Ilsa L (de) wrote: Considering that this movie boasts the talents of Ben Mendelsohn, Jeremy Sims, John Polson, Susie Porter and many other well known Australian actors, I expected more. A dark comedy about two bored unemployed friends, Kev and Mick, had some great moments but was way too predictable. The scene where Kev and Mick rob the guy in the koala outfit is absolutely priceless though!
Stuart K (fr) wrote: John Hughes was at the peak of his powers in the 1980's and into the early 90's. He'd moved from teen comedy-dramas to family comedies with Uncle Buck (1989) and Home Alone (1990). With this, it was part of a deal with Warner Bros. who tried to sell it as the next Home Alone, but it would prove to be Hughes' final film as a director, and it was the beginning of his downfall before he vanished. Pity really. Homeless drifter Bill Dancer (James Belushi) and his young companion Curly Sue (Alisan Porter) go around doing con tricks to get by in life, they've come from Detroit to Chicago in hope of a better life, and they try a con on rich divorce lawyer Grey Ellison (Kelly Lynch), who thinks she's ran over Bill in her car, but after getting a free meal out of it, she ends up accidentally running over Bill for real. So, Grey puts Bill and Curly Sue up in her apartment, and they enjoy their new quality of life. But, soon Grey learns the truth about the homeless duo, but see's that Curly Sue would be torn apart if she leaves Grey's apartment, but Grey's devious ex Walker McCormick (John Getz) looks set to split Bill and Curly Sue apart by spreading rumours. It's a disgustingly sweet film, the sort that would give you diabetes. It does have it's moments of violent slapstick but it's all too much with it's sentimentality, with smothers you too much. However, it's got the screen debut of Steve Carell, not all bad then.
Jimmy L (mx) wrote: Very good movie. I first saw it when I was 10 at a church retreat.
Orlok W (nl) wrote: Thin but funny Carry On!!
Richard B (au) wrote: Not great, but I still find Fred Williamson to be amazing in this movie. Not nearly as cool as this poster may suggest. The 2nd Black Cobra movie far better. But hey, I still found this movie to be fun.
Sebastin M (it) wrote: Como secuela de "In The Heat Of The Night" hmmmm como que no me gusta demasiado, pero la pelcula es buena, con Sidney Poitier nuevamente lucindose como el detective ms inteligente de la pantalla grande. Tambin hay que destacar la genial banda sonora a cargo del genio musical Quincy Jones!!! la msica en esta pelcual es importantsima porque la hace an ms interesante de ver ya que le da otro sabor a las escenas!.