People always told Santos he was something special. His Uncle told him to get a skill, so he became a hustler and with his three,they became "The Stick Up Kids" Harlem would never be the same. They thought they had it all... Money, cars, the lifestyle and the lingo. The only two words They didn't know were JURISDICTION AND GENTRIFICATION but in their world it was all for one and one for all until an unexpected, mysterious death, forced "The Stick Up Kids"to change their focus from doing crime to stopping the "North Manhattan Project". Now it was up to Santos to pull off one last sting before it destroyed them all. Watch out America. 'The Stick Up Kids" are coming to your town!
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Russell S (ca) wrote: An entertaining Arnie movie that never tries to be anything more than what it is. Pure, straight-forward sci-fi escapism that manages to do pretty well to look as good as it does given it's budget. Not amongst Arnies best but far from his worst.
Alex G (ru) wrote: One of the worst films I have ever seen. Could not complete it.
BJ P (it) wrote: funny... better dan " Grace "...
Joey T (mx) wrote: Mayan zombies and a magical corn field..... This is a waste of time.
Jesse C (it) wrote: effortlessly aesthetically magnificent. the portrait of the artist Andy Goldsworthy in his essence: Scotland and beyond
Christopher B (gb) wrote: Not sure how to describe this but entertaining movie. Something different.
Aidan H (nl) wrote: Dames Judy and Maggie head an all-star Brit cast in this sugar-coated slice of stiff upper lippery set during the Nazi occupation of Italy during the 2nd world war. As to be expected, neither Hitler nor Mussolini manage to ruffle the feathers of these octogenarian ex-pats and its a pretty drama- and action-free 2 hours (albeit handsomely photographed ones) until the Allies arrive to remind us there's a war going on between breaks for tea. Cher is no stranger to a bit of scenery chewing and she more than holds her own amongst the old bats, providing the glam as an ex-actress whose secret bequest prolongs their survival. Although stunning to look at, Zeffirelli's nostalgia lacks bite and the hotly-anticipated fireworks between Cher and Maggie is a damp squib. That said, it's a polished and handsome affair and not a bad way to spend an afternoon. Extra star to the costume department for some mouth-watering period clothing.
Robert G (de) wrote: I really enjoyed this movie,more for the idea than the actual movieIt's good and I recommend you watch it,but it's not gold,it's just good.