Three people driving into Los Angeles for a Dodgers game have car trouble and pull off into an old wrecking yard where they are held at bay by a bloodthirsty psycho and his crazy girlfriend. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Joney Z (fr) wrote: Brings mono-ocularity to a new plateau.
Charlie G (jp) wrote: Ya, we really need another snow movie of kids with serious mental problems trying to get a lodge or club going against opposition.
MEC r (ca) wrote: I did not really like this movie.
Marti T (au) wrote: aww this movie was adorable... i wanted a pet baby beaver soooo bad after watching this!
Nicki M (jp) wrote: Little bit slow in places, and Thomas C Howell really isn't that great an actor, but didn't mind this for what it was (straight to DVD movie). Jay Underwood does a good creepy guy and the actresses who play the wife and JoJo are pleasant enough onscreen. The little girl is a bit grating, though. Wouldn't buy this or seek it out, but free on TV and no complaints.
Bobby W (au) wrote: A relatively short, simple simple mix of dramatisation and archive footage manages to say more in its 85 minute run-time about war and the young people forced to engage in it than the 3 hours of gratuitous, self-congratulatory jaw-jutting shit that was Saving Private Ryan.
Mike A (ru) wrote: Comes across as a reworking of The 39 Steps. Not one of Hitch's best but still has its moments.
Brandon S (mx) wrote: An embarrassment. Where did Peter Webber get the notion that people were just dying to see a lazy horror movie that makes its best attempt at ruining the mystery behind the most psychologically fascinating icon in the history of the horror genre? Also not to mention the fact that Gaspard Ulliel misses everything that made Anthony Hopkins' original performance great. Unnecessary, horribly written, lazily directed, and acted with little to no passion or subtlety.
Scott S (nl) wrote: Murder on the Orient Express (1974) -- [7.0] -- Director Sydney Lumet (12 Angry Men, Network) takes on Agatha Christie and delivers a light-hearted souffl of a murder mystery. I always tend to enjoy ensemble films within a claustrophobic setting, so being trapped on the Orient Express during a blizzard with Lumet's star-studded cast was a real treat. Albert Finney headlines the venerable collection of stage and screen actors as Christie's famous detective Hercule Poirot. Lauren Bacall is put to terrific use as a loud-mouthed actress, Wendy Hiller is delightfully wicked as a Russian princess, and Ingrid Bergman puts in a surprising, Oscar-winning turn as an anxious zealot. The rest of the players include Sean Connery, John Gielgud, Vanessa Redgrave, Jacqueline Bisset, Martin Balsam, Michael York, and Anthony Perkins. The film was Oscar-nominated for best picture, actor (Finney), cinematography, score, costume design, and screenplay.
Matt G (br) wrote: A child's misunderstanding leads to a stirring vision of truth and perception in this immense romantic war drama. More aesthetically stimulating than most costume dramas, the camera and score pulse with beauty and insistence as these characters learn to find purpose in a torn world. Far from the yawn-inducing film it seemed to be from afar.