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The Wages of Fear
In a decrepit South American village, four men are hired to transport an urgent nitroglycerine shipment without the equipment that would make it safe.
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Billie M (ag) wrote: An odd twisting movie that seems to head one way of thinking into another that totally warps your understanding of the story from minute one...not really sure that I liked it as much as the producers would hope...feel a little confused.
Seher K (kr) wrote: left me in tatters!!
Jodie P (br) wrote: Dreadful. And not so bad it's good... it's just bad. Don't watch it.
Gabriel C (ca) wrote: Dreamcatcher is a bizarre and ill-conceived Stephen King adaptation that's more silly than scary.
Kirill O (au) wrote: Tinto Brass went overboard hahaha,,, but the innocent sleepovers go well !!!!!!!!!
RiP M (nl) wrote: Revealing, intimate, wonderfully candid documentary of uninhibited, unfettered megalomania and dementia. And it's REAL.
Michael G (fr) wrote: I have never seen so many self-important people who believe that their opinions matter. Get up off your butts and direct something yourselves...that would be the day. --This movie was outright powerful, and those who kid themselves into thinking something different need to go out and do a little LIVING on their own.
Marcus M (gb) wrote: (( some spoilers))When people think of Hackers whether real or fictional we think, Snowden, Mr.Robot, techy computer savants who spend countless hours in front of computer screens sifting through numerical code that would seem like gibberish to the layman. We don't think " highschool" kids ( who look 30), who dress like they're in a madmax film acting extremely flamboyant and depicting hacking as a mish-mash of every popular 80s arcade game with A.I.M trash talk( a.i.m.....Wow I'm old). You know what though?.......1 R3@LLY L1K3 TH15 M0V13. :DHackers was released in 1995; the era of dial up internet, MtV(when it was edgy), payphones, and floppy disks. It stars Johnny Lee Miller as a genius computer hacker named Dade Murphy A.K.A: Zero Cool, Crash Override ( coolest hacker names ever in this movie). He was caught hacking by the FBI when he was 10 or 11, and banned from using a computer or LAN line phone until his 18th birthday.( First:What? Second: Stupid)He moves to New York city with his mom and soon falls in with a group of low level hackers at his highschool (yes, there are echelons of hacking according to this movie.) A young and very hot Angelina Jolie is Murphy's love interest and rival hacker named (Acid Burn); they go back and forth with the love hate relationship in this movie, but this is just the subplot of the film.The main plot involves Overrides lame hacker friend (Joey), who trying to impress his friends accidentally copies a garbage file from a major oil corporation that would expose a couple corrupt executives syphoning money. This is where we get our villian, the best and worst part of this movie. Our main villian is Fisher Stevens (Short Circuit1 and 2 and a litany of television appearances) who's a hacker ,and the C.T.O of the oil company who rides a skateboard everywhere and only lets people call him " The Plague" ( someone actually calls him Mr.The Plague). Our secondary villian is Lorraine Brocca (The Sopranos, Goodfellas) as a ditzy C.E.O who blindly follows everything The Plague suggests. They're an odd mismatched pair and look like Jessie and James of team rocket if James grew a beard.The Plague plans to blame Dade and his friends for a hack he created to syphon money from the oil company. The movie is pretty much a expose the douchey evil corporate fatcats who oppress our lives and try to blame us for their misdeeds. The movie is very campy and ridiculous throughout(Especially Matthew Lillard), but it's also fun. Of course the way they show hacking in this movie is nothing like real life, but how awesome would it be if it was. This movie is like if hacker who was a videogame and anime junkie got to direct a movie. It's ultra 90s awesomeness, and you can totally see elements from this film that have inspired the amazing show Mr.Robot. Yes, this movie is dumb but it's too much fun to pass up.4/5P.s. awesome hacker names in this moviePhantom Phreak Crash OverrideCereal Killer Acid BurnLord Nikon Zero Cool
Andy Z (ag) wrote: Joke after joke after joke. One of the best under rated comedies from the 90's!
Anand K (fr) wrote: apparently the writer, director et al have no idea whatsoever how Marine training actually occurs. These guys come and go as they please, threaten their drill instructor, etc etc etc. Truly lame. Not only that, it's predictable and boring as hell. The real heartbreak is anyone who watches it all the way through to the end....
Art S (it) wrote: Truffaut continues the adventures of Antoine Doinel (and, by implication, his own fictionalized life story) that began with the 400 Blows. Jean-Pierre Leaud (the same actor) is now in his twenties and returns here as a charming somewhat hapless guy who pursues his girl, Christine, and takes on various unsuccessful jobs (night watchman, TV repairman). The centerpiece of the film involves his career as a private detective investigating why no one loves Michael Lonsdale's shoestore owner (by Lonsdale's request) and falling in love/lust with Lonsdale's wife (Dephine Seyrig). Truffaut's easygoing style is marked by a number of beautiful shots and fun sequences (the letter travelling the pneumatic tubes, various montages); he manages to capture an affectionate tone that must be hard to create in reality (since we see it so rarely).
Alberto G (br) wrote: This was not a particularly great movie, but the cast was perfect and make the stupidity fun. But compared to other so called comedies/parodies (Epic Movie, Super Hero Movie, Scary Movie etc.), this is a delight.
Charles P (ru) wrote: This series is so obvious in its monotony, emptiness, self-importance and heavy-handedness, it's a wonder the actors try as hard as they do to save it.