The Poker Club
Four friends discover and accidentally kill a burglar -- who may not be alone -- in the kitchen during their weekly poker night.
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Vincent P (ru) wrote: This goes for both Zombie Night 2003 and Zombie Night 2013. Both got smushed together on a single page by Flixster... but it's okay cause both are equally horrific
Mark H (br) wrote: Really like this movie. Have seen it more times than I care to admit.There are better movies, but it's great none the less.
Justin L (ag) wrote: I've seen many terrible zombie movies in my day. This one takes the cake...and not in a good way.
Christian M (de) wrote: Ugh y wont they let me watch these movies!
Rebecca F (mx) wrote: Maybe I'm just biased from all the great memories of filming it, but it really did turn out pretty awesome! It was a well developed story line & action that keeps you at the edge of the seat! Just wish it would hit theaters here, instead of going to DVD... I'm still hopeful! But, you all should definitely support it - esp all the fans from the VG! :)
James K (nl) wrote: Some vignettes work better than others but, all things considered, 'Coffee and Cigarettes' is a varied, enjoyable---and often very funny---film about the art of conversation.
F B (au) wrote: I didn't really understand what was going on or what it was about until last ten minutes. Probably a good film but not for me
Adrien T (ru) wrote: les rpliques cinglantes fusent pour notre grand plaisir avec des acteurs l'aise dans leur rle. noter que la cours de versailles sous louis XVI n'etait pas tout fait ainsi mme si la realite du nombre de solliciteurs n'est pas exageree
Barbara J (jp) wrote: Easily Seagal's best action flick.
Adam R (mx) wrote: An uncomfortable and disturbing thriller that keeps you on edge. A little graphic at times. Jennifer Jason Leigh was excellent as the psychotic roommate. (First and only full viewing - 4/1/2009)
Anthony G (it) wrote: "American History X" can be simply defined as it's own. It delivers multiple and intertwining messages about as powerful as I've ever seen a film. It opens your eyes to the subject of racism and how violent humans can be at times. However, it is unclear of what the main purpose of the film is because there is so many. Is it racism? Is it the use of violence to make inhuman points? Is it the bond between two brothers? When we want a film to express certain themes, they need to do it in a balanced and organized fashion. American History X is distinguished by it's incredible performances, but fails to give a clear message of why we are really watching it.