Sherry Conley, a street tough and cynical woman with an unhappy family background, is taken from prison to a hotel, where the DA tries to convince her to testify against a mobster. Sherry ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A former model, serving time in prison, becomes a key witness in a trial against a notorious gangster. She is put under protective watch by the District Attorney in a posh hotel, but the crime kingpin makes attempts to get to her.
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Bruce B (es) wrote: Everything you don't want to happen to youre daughter or if you a teacher in this film,, why do we always blame the teacher. 3 stars 12-2-12
Greg W (fr) wrote: The story begins in gritty realism, ends in pure fantasy and leaves out most of the alphabet as it makes its way from A to Z.
Yaseen A (de) wrote: One of those gems that nobody knows about but you end seeing by mistake. This is an absorbing movie about a warrior that is destined to unite the different Khazak tribes against the invading Mongols. I would definitely recommend this movie. It is not 100 percent accurate historically but its good enough. The fight scenes are good to watch.
Elissa S (kr) wrote: There's a lot going on, and Susan Sarandon's accent is terrible, but so many great performances and a great story about US and Theatre history.
Paul M (ru) wrote: A far more graphic and arty look at the mind of a serial killer which due to budget and acting probably won't appeal to many but it is worth a look for those that like their films a bit more edgy.
Jim H (gb) wrote: This is the biopic of jazz legend Bird Parker.Forest Whitaker gives a tour de force performance in the titular role of this biopic. It's a complicated role for Whitaker, filled with moments when he battles segregation with strategic charm and other moments when he's so strung out that I found it difficult to sympathize with him. Whitaker handles all the acting challenges with the poise of a seasoned vet.Clint Eastwood's direction captures the feel of jazz. Smoky nightclubs, some quick dialogue, and an ever-present brassy score bring back the environment of the time with a bygone verisimilitude.While the narrative structure - telling the middle of the story at the beginning - works toward the start of the film, it falls apart halfway through. Also, Diane Venora can't keep up with Whitaker, and the reasons why Chan loves him become less and less clear.Overall, you should see this film because of Whitaker, and if you like the music of the era, you're in for a real treat.
Shauna M H (gb) wrote: God, this was the first movie that really creeped me out when I was little. I thought there was something wrong with me because it was so horrible and yet I wanted to watch it over and over again. lol. Then I just came to realise I like twisted things.
KARLA E (nl) wrote: First naughty flick I ever saw lol
Tim W (ag) wrote: Dark for a Disney film. It was a bit of a simple (and somewhat generic) storyline and left out some character development and exposition. Also the music didn't really fit and was rather distracting. However, I was happy to see real sets, set locations, props, and special effects again (none of this modern everything CGI crap). Fans of the old fantasy adventure genre won't be disappointing. 6.5/10
Frdric H (nl) wrote: well the story is actually not bad but the acting is extremely poor and special effects are old school
Lunatic E (fr) wrote: I enjoyed this film, If you're a fan of the 1950's horror flicks this movies worth watching. Released by [i]Universal Studios International[/i] in 1955 it's the story of six G.I. buddies that are stationed in India and bear witness to a secret ceremony performed by a cult that can turn from humans to snakes. After interrupting the the ceremony while in progress the guys are forced to make a daring run for it barely escaping with their lives. After returning to the United States it seems as though they're all falling victim to a curse that one of the cult members has put upon them. One by one our band of bothers are killed off by a revenge driven femme fatal Lisa Moya ( played by Faith Domergue ) who is determined to destroying them all. The film stars [i]Richard Long, Faith Domergue, Marshall Thompson[/i], and [i]Kathleen Hughes[/i] other notable actors in supporting roles include [i]William Reynolds, Jack Kelly, and David Janssen.[/i] I think the old films like this are really important, not only are they a helluva lot a fun to watch but they also provide us with a window to the past. The horror genre in the 50's was a much more innocent age, free of the blood, guts and gore prevalent in today's films they had a certain charm that is of course been lost forever. Try comparing [i]Cult of the Cobra[/i] with Rob Zombies remake of [i]Halloween[/i] and you'll see what I mean, it's like night and day to say the least. Both films fall in the to the same Horror / Thriller category but what a difference 50 years had made to Hollywood. I'm not gonna comment on weather it's good or bad, to be truthful I'm not entirely sure, it is what it is I guess... If you have a chance to see this film I think you'll enjoy it, just don't expect to see people with burned-out eyes gettin their heads lobbed off, it ain't gonna happen. Movies such as this remind us that the the horror genre did exist long before [i]Halloween[/i] and [i]Carrie[/i].
Michael T (nl) wrote: It's all Loretta Young is this fast-moving thriller.