The photographer Leon lives with his girlfriend and waitress Maya waiting for a chance to get in the photo business. When Maya contacts their friend Jurgis, he schedules a meeting for Leon with the successful owner of arts gallery Susan Hoff; she analyzes Leon's work and asks him to improve the quality of his photos. During the night, the upset Leon decides to wander on the streets taking pictures with his camera, and he follows three punks down to the subway station; when the gang attacks a young woman, Leon defends her and the guys move on. On the next morning, Leon discovers that the woman is missing. He goes to the police station, but Detective Lynn Hadley does not give much attention to him and discredits his statement. Leon becomes obsessed to find what happened with the stranger and he watches the subway station. When he sees the elegant butcher Mahogany in the train, Leon believes he might be a murderer and stalks him everywhere, in the beginning of his journey to the darkness.
Writer:Jeff Buhler (screenplay), Clive Barker (short story "The Midnight Meat Train")
A New York photographer sets out to catch a sadistic serial killer who enters the New York City subway at midnight and stalks the late-night passengers of a subway train and then ultimately butcher them in the most gruesome ways imaginable. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Michael E (kr) wrote: A fun and great superhero movie. sure it is very short but it is entertaining to watch
Kay P (es) wrote: Strawberry Shortcakes follows the lives of four women as they seek love and vaguely contemplate "God". Satoko is the childlike, purportedly ugly telephone operator of a prostitution service. Akiyo is one of the prostitutes in its employ, but what she really longs for is the love of her best friend, who has no clue about her work or her adoration for him. Chihiro is a pretty secretary who tries far too hard to please in her desperation to be loved and married, resulting in a tendency to have sex with men who care nothing for her. Chihiro's roommate Toko is a solitary artist who has been commissioned to draw her personal interpretation of God for a book cover. There's a vein of tragedy running through each of the women's lives. The film opens on an adolescent girl in her pajamas (a younger Satoko) being dragged down the street by an older guy decked out in casual punk style. She clings to his ankle, crying and begging for him to take her back. Eventually he pauses, sneers, "Shut up," and shakes her off like a dog. Satoko says that after that day she felt she could endure anything, and it might be so because she seems to be the happiest of the four for most of the rest of the film. Strawberry Shortcakes is delicate, and, at times, difficult to watch. However, what it has to say about life, love, personal growth, luck, and making one's own destiny should not be dismissed. The women seem real and even a little too human, with the pleasant and ugly sides of their lives equally on display. The film's ultimate lingering emotion, I think, is one of hope.
Matthew B (gb) wrote: Oliver Stones 2006 film 'World Trade Center' is easily flawed and it's no way near perfect. But the movie dose have a beautiful score and Oliver Stone directing was great as usual. Overall I thought the movie was pretty decent.
Kenny N (fr) wrote: No stars. 1% is far too high of a rating for this film. I hate this film. It left me feeling angry and depressed that someone somewhere thinks our children don't deserve any better than this. Avoid like the plague unto film-making that it is.
WK J (de) wrote: ...but you're not Buchanan!
Sylvester E (ca) wrote: It's a great film that I'm sure all of you guys will enjoy. John Wayne and Maureen O' Hara work together like a charm.
Jenny V (ca) wrote: Can never be disappointed by an Edward Norton Film
Calvin R (kr) wrote: Transformer: Dark of the Moon an improvement, but it still the same as the first two.
Juan S (gb) wrote: its still one of the best classic movies
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