Ticked-Off Trannies with Knives

Ticked-Off Trannies with Knives

A group of trannies are violently bashed and left for dead. The surviving ladies regain consciousness, confidence, and courage ready to seek out revenge on the ones who attacked them.

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Richard D (au) wrote: The idea of a who-done-it set in a fantasy version of historical China sounds intriguing, but I kind of hate this film. It's long, needlessly convoluted and has some of the worst CGI I have ever seen. Large sections of the film look like bad video game cut scenes.

Berthina K (kr) wrote: Ja til hsten og melankolske franske filmer!"Ren, Nous pouvons tre amis. Et mme tout ce que nous voulons"

Ken M (fr) wrote: It gave me some chuckles but was mostly boring and predictable.

Evan C (br) wrote: With a story that's so cheesy it works, you, along with NBA fans, young and old, will surely have a fun time watching Like Mike, which includes fresh acting and a good lesson.Bow Wow, known then as Lil Bow Wow, made a successful film debut, as the leading actor for Calvin could have easily been a mistake. He seemed so relaxed and pumped on camera that he looked as if he could have re-shot the film all over again, no problem. Like Mike, being in my point of view a children's cult film, somehow worked in a way I'll never understand. I guess the flow of the film went in the perfect direction, because the film was so close to going off the deep end and being considered a plain, bad movie. I mentioned that NBA fans would love Like Mike. This reminds me of Marvel's The Avengers (2012). If you aren't a fan of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, chances are, you will not understand or be interested in The Avengers and anything they do. In Like Mike, however, you do not have to understand a thing about basketball or the NBA. There's a coach, a team, a ball, and a loving kid who turns the court upside down. Like Mike is a movie that includes humor, love, and a great group of characters that you will probably be thinking about the next day after you first watch the movie, as they are all memorable.

PieterJan V (nl) wrote: A fascinating yet very subjective piece of filmmaking.

Tim F (it) wrote: 'Wankers!!' We see the escpades of Trevor, an utter delinquent, also in his head. He's realy got a mental attitude, I think he's got ADHD two (the extreme need to keep moving, long stamina). After he's done something wrong for the hundredth time, social workers bring him in, but he's certainly not easily kept. His room mate tags along, but he mainly uses him, probably because he's black. He's real good at stealing cars, but not the best driver. He just turned 16! A cool intermezzo is where he gets to participate in a stock car race, but he doesn't do well at all. There's also a way to long , huge conversation scene where he gets a choice, but he mainly states his point. The rest of the movie the camera is stuck on his face and nothing much happens besides stealing, vandalism of all kinds and heavy, proud marching through the streets. Indeed, a very good performance of Roth, so young and with the camera at his face all the time. There is also no background music except the punk-rock for the intro and outro. Raging!

Richard N (jp) wrote: Bizarre. Unusual. Frustrating. Claustrophobic. Slightly surreal. Just a few of the adjectives that sprang immediately to mind when considering Bertrand Blier's dark comedy Cold Cuts. Filmed mostly (and appropriately) at night in and around the newly constructed La Defense, the film certainly makes for interesting if not exactly easy viewing, and demands the viewer's attention from the outset. Alphonse, the Depardieu character, can't seem to hang on to a woman for very long owing to a murderous aquaintance, who blames his 'addiction' on his dehumanized surroundings... Alphonse thinks he may have killed a man on the subway, and is then hired as a hit man. Bizzarely his only neighbour in the high-rise tower block is an inspector of police, who seems to tacitly approve of the mounting body count, despite, or because of, his job. The murders continue as the scene shifts from suburbia to rural idyll... The scenario isn't therefore an obvious source of comedic situations and humour, yet the film is put together in such a way, the performances strong enough, to carry it off as a darkly funny, quirky and intriguing satire on modern life and our supposedly civilised society. Depardieu as usual is worth the entry fee alone, helped by a strong supporting cast. French film-making at it's best.

Cody C (mx) wrote: I thought I'd like this one way more than I did. Maybe it was overhyped. As it stands, it's not bad though, and there's good stuff in it. Maybe I need to see it again with my expectations lower.

Ryan V (au) wrote: Disney is at the top of their game with this one. Every little kid refers to a deer as "Bambi"; a testament to the massive place this holds in our collective pop culture.

Angel B (it) wrote: such a classic movie

Lorena S (nl) wrote: I have watched this movie several times over the last few years and it can still bring tears to my eyes. Hirsch's best can be seen at his worst in the film... Pe, is brilliant in her anguish. And, those eyes, are hauntingly beautiful yet broken.