A clan of watermen capture a crew of sport fishermen who must then fight for their lives.
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Heather M (gb) wrote: The story was not an original concept, but the way the evening's events kept changing with each new witness statement was very intriguing.
Noname (us) wrote: Okey comedy movie but not as a fun as i thought it should be. Story is about Jake "Cedric" and he wakes up next to a dead FBI agent and he have lost his memory and must now find out who he is and whats has happen. Overall a decent movie.
Allan C (ru) wrote: Weak Hellraiser film did not have any Clive Barker involvement and the original script was actually written not as a Hellriaser film. The story revolved around a police detective, Craig Sheffer, who while investigating a murder finds himself going down the rabbit hole into the world of murder, sadism and eventually The Cenobites. Apparently Pinhead and The Cenobites originally didn't show up until much later in the film, but the studio required reshoots which inserted them into the opening scene of the film, but once you realize the source material for this story didn't involve the Hellraiser universe, it's pretty obvious how they were rather forced into this story. Despite the lack of Barker's involvement, the film does manage to have a creepy atmosphere, which likely can be credited to director Scott Derrickson, who'd later go on to direct some solid horror films like "The Exorcism of Emily Rose," "Sinister," and "Deliver Us from Evil." The cast also includes Nicholas Turturro, James Remar, and Doug Bradley as Pinhead.
Patrick S (fr) wrote: a very enjoyable boxing/comedy. great final fight, really enjoyable.
Aaron C (us) wrote: Balto begins Horribly with an uncomfortably awful framing scene with Miriam Margolyes pretending to be a 75 year old grandma telling a story to her grand daughter as we flaash back to an animated 1925 we pick up on Baltos story a typical loser makes good yarn set in snowy alaskja Balto drags for the first half with awfull comic side kicks but picks up in the second,thank god for the short run time.
Steve S (jp) wrote: * (out of four) Bad acting, poor direction, and routine staging sinks this martial arts film about an L.A. Cop avenging the death of his best friends by some ruthless drug lords.
Jonathan T (nl) wrote: Great blast from my childhood. I loved it this time too. Remember this one Clayton? :)
Maximiliano G (de) wrote: Halloween II It's full of nice details that make it a nice movie. But nice doesn't mean great. This sequel to Halloween starts right where the first one ended. It's kinda cool to see Michael and Lumis back, but the movie has one big problem. "Halloween II" it's not like "Halloween", it's more like the copycats that came after it (Friday The 13th, etc). It is really gory and lacks chills and suspense. If you like that kind of movie then you are goint to like this one, but if you don't, then you should watch another franchise, cos' this one it's over since the first movie.
Issac L (mx) wrote: I am not purposely skipped the first installment, just by coincidence, I could only found the sequel right now, soothingly enough, the omission itself does not spoil the fun of this French slapstick comedy made more than 30 years ago. How many times one could laugh out loud watching a gay/transvestite film from beginning till the very end? What's more precious is without being tainted by vulgar gags sand abominable antics (especially immune of sex-relating perversions or individual sex-orientation humiliations). Plot-wise, although devoid of certain logistics, everything serves up to the middle-age crisis in this gay-relationship, particularly the deterioration of Zaza Napoli's self-confidence (a remarkable performance from the late Michel Serrault), which wisely puts audience into a heartfelt milieu whereas the entire "mini-film case" merely functions as a backdrop, there is no worries about our protagonists' personal security, the only gory murder is underplayed by a poison-dart. The odd-couple route stews in a series of set pieces which strive on the verge of platitude, yet the acting, literally Michel Serrault, does single-handedly overturns the unfavorable condition, also who could forget Benny Luke's transvestite black servant (who changes his dresses in each scene), whilst in the latter returning-to-Italy part, the contradiction is pure simple but effective, which leavens the situation into a more culturally universal understanding. Enrico Morricone's score also is a big selling-point for the film Overall, this super-optimistic farce (I suppose it includes the entire series, there are three films in all) could easily outshines among myriads of melodramatic-sentimental gay genre films even they were made several dozens of years ahead.
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Matt H (gb) wrote: Really liked this movie. Ginger Rogers keeps moving up as one of my favorite classic actresses, just so beautiful and sexy. And she's a great comedic actress, again in top form with Vivacious Lady. Stewart, another favorite of mine, does very good work as well. This movie should be seen more, I think it just falls short of the upper tier of Stewart and Rogers' careers, but it is still pretty great. For being a movie of its time, it's pretty funny that half of the movie is spent with them either talking or looking how and where they can get laid. It's what they can't say because of the times that makes it work so well, I think.
PJ E (kr) wrote: Interesting treasure hunt of a complicated undiscovered photography prodigy
Boris D (mx) wrote: My cat can make a better movie than this. Bad acting, bad special effects bad story.