Katie is a free spirited independently minded 21-year-old. The film follows her as she reflects on the men in her life. Along the way we meet her drug addict boyfriend Bobby, her lover Jack... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Katie is a free spirited independently minded 21-year-old. The film follows her as she reflects on the men in her life. Along the way we meet her drug addict boyfriend Bobby, her lover Jack, close friend Baldy, and her father.
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Jeffrey L (jp) wrote: I thought this movie was interesting. There were some disturbing elements, however, the story was good in some ways, disturbing in other ways.
Sergio A (gb) wrote: One of the most original movies I`ve ever seen.
Jessi F (gb) wrote: Thought it was stupid just like american pie
Michael F (jp) wrote: no story but very entertaining and jason statham can do no wrong in my books...where is JASON BOURNE!
Jonathan C (au) wrote: Sappy and stereotypical feel-good film. Robin Williams is typical him, as is the buzzkill for hire Bob Gunton, and Monica Potter continues to be the "poor man's Julia Roberts". The film will make you smile, but it's a load of rubbish.
Courtney S (au) wrote: As much as this documentary is not about Aileen Wuornos' life or crimes, it does an amazing job of showing how crooked the cops were (never implicating Tyria as an accomplice, trying to sell her story, etc) and how everyone she came to trust betrayed her, either for money or just to save their own asses. After seeing Nick Broomfield's second documentary about Wuornos, I found myself thinking about how a sane person could possibly withstand her life. Her mother left, her father was a child molester and killed himself in prison, she had incestuous relations with her brother very early on in her life and then her dad blamed her for his death, she was kicked out at 14 for getting pregnant and she was a hitchhiking hooker most of her life. No one gave her support and no one seems to have cared as much or more about her than themselves. While Broomfield thought she was driven insane by a brutal rape and fell apart, resulting in the latter 6 murders, in the second documentary, this comes apart as well. I believe she killed each one of those men for nothing they did. But the fact that her hippie pothead infomercial lawyer was collecting fees for interviews and was clearly unprepared, even worse than her negligent public defender, and her adoptive mother was, as Broomfield told her in the film, deceptive and her wife, whom she was with for 5 years, turned her in and worked with the police (but not until the 7th murder had been committed) all wreaks. As much as her crimes shows what is heinous about society and the awful things humans are capable of, I think the way everyone around her and how those politicians who wanted her to die in their county jockied for her, is just as heinous. She was forgotten by society. If she had been taken in by any institution or person, things could have been different, but everyone turned their back on her and there are consequences. She showed enough signs of being dangerous before she killed anyone - her entire life was hell and no one deigned to recognize that this might end in tragedy.
Darrin C (it) wrote: Pretty bad. I remember sort of liking it when it came out, but I was 12 and didn't know better. It was made to be taken seriously, yet has a child-like plot and a hokey show-down at the end. Buy this crap for a dollar to have around when friends want to make fun of a bad, bad movie.
Ian M (it) wrote: Hysterical! (and clever)
Harry W (ru) wrote: Wondering how on earth anyone could adapt an entire film out of a board game, Clue caught my attention for also featuring a prominent role by Tim Curry.Clue is essentially a film bereft of story. Clue is a film which offers three alternative endings which are all potentially valid. However, as a means of achieving this feat, it means that the entire sense of story development is obsolete. There is a sense of character development that goes on, but there is no genuine plot progression as the story has to retain a certain level of mysterious ambiguity in which any of the characters could have perpetrated the murder at the heart of the story. As impressive as this is to pull off and still have a good film, it just puts into perspective how thin the narrative is. There are so many characters who are intentionally thinly sketched comic archetypes who maintain greater value for the gimmicks of the actors in the role than anything else and luckily enough the film is clever enough to work it way around this in many ways, but when you really think about it there is no story at the heart of Clue, and the rapid attempt to explain things at the end can prove a little too fast to completely fathom.That being said, Clue was a wonderful movie. Maintaining a plot which keeps its ambiguity so consistently in any film is difficult, but in one where the ambiguity has to leave an ending open to three possibilities is a genuine challenge. Without hesitation, director Jonathan Lynn proves himself up to the challenge in an impressive directorial debut. Though the story doesn't have any genuine development, the screenplay keeps the material lively because it is packed with many zinger one-liners for the cast to work with and a lot of slapstick to ensure that the film is funny on the surface level. The writing in the film loosely strings a plot together before it lets the natural energy of the film take over and develop itself, and more often than not, that is enough to distract viewers from the shortcomings. For me, I got lost in the delightful dark comedy mood of the film and the way that it put a classical film style on a whodunit narrative device with an ensemble of brilliant cast members.Like I said, there is plenty of funny slapstick moments in the film, even if the humour comes from sadistic plot points that would not often be considered funny. The gags are all given a brilliant visual edge because of the natural sense of style in the film. Building off the beautiful scenery and extensive production design, Clue easily creates the feeling of a Vincent Price horror film like House on the Haunted Hill due to its sense of isolation in the atmosphere and sophisticated stylish edge. And though the film has the dark appeal of a neo-noir, there is an understated but clear sense of colour that emanates from the experience thanks to the beautiful sense of costume design and production setup. This lightens the mood a little bit and contrasts with the darker nature of much of the narrative, reflecting the silly humour in the face of a murder story through a visual medium. Clue is cleverly constructed because it uses a limited collection of settings but emphasizes them with strong production values and atmospheric cinematography.And like I said, the cast in Clue really do a wonderful job.Tim Curry's performance is the greatest thing about Clue. Taking on the role of the fast-talking Wadsworth, Tim Curry has the most fun of any cast member. While they all attempt to balance taking the story seriously and using comic charm, Tim Curry flagrantly throws it all out there with an over the top performance the just flashes comic passion and charisma like a spotlight. Saying every word at breakneck speed with complete understanding of everything he has to talk about, Tim Curry steals the screen with an ecstatic determination to capture the hearts of audiences. As the film goes on, he just gets better until he fuels audiences with a hilarious climax which pushes him to go at the fastest speed he can while delivering every line with energetic comic grace. His effort is magnificent and one of his greatest screen performances to date, perhaps his funniest outside of his iconic performance in The Rocky Horror Picture Show.Christopher Lloyd also makes a wonderful effort. As an actor experiencing his heyday in the 1980's, the man is a distinctive celebrity of the decade and therefore brings a sense of welcome notoriety along with him to the part. His voice is always so serious and yet his material is comical, allowing him to establish a Leslie Nielsen gimmick about him which he uses to bounce energy off the other cast members. Christopher Lloyd's natural charm is a certainty as an asset to Clue, and his brisk ability to stay intense yet speedy with his sense of humour is exactly what the film needs more of.Leslie Ann Warren makes a notable presence about herself with a slick sense of seductive charm, as does Madeline Kahn whose darkly restrained performance makes her a figure of intrigue at the heart of the whodunit narrative. Martin Mull is also funny, and it's great to see Leslie Ann Warren continuing to flex her comedic muscles many years on from her heyday because her determination to keep up with the mood of the film ensures that viewers see her maintain the same natural spirit that she's always had.So Clue may have a thin narrative so that it can successfully get away with marketing its twist ending gimmick, but the constant sense of energy in the film keeps it all alive with Tim Curry and the rest of the cast delivering plenty of clever one-liners and slapstick to sustain the atmosphere all the way from beginning to end.
Walter M (es) wrote: [font=Century Gothic]"Gate of Flesh" is set in Tokyo just after the end of World War II. Sen(Satoko Kasai) recruits the starving 18-year old Maya(Yumiko Nogawa) into her gang of prostitutes whose headquarters is in the remnants of a bombed out building. They seem nice enough and look out for each other but there is one rule they must never break: no freebies. So, things get complicated when Shintaro(Jo Shishido), a returning soldier who recently has been busy robbing an American Px and stabbing an MP, shows up on their doorstep.[/font][font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic]"Gate of Flesh" is a raucous, wild, risque and downright kinky view of a society that is one step away from collapsing totally. Any authority is corrupt including the American MP's which means the gangsters are really in charge with all the power that matters. Considering how men have so badly screwed up the world, then it should come as no surprise that Sen's gang is going to want to have nothing to do with men except as a source of income.[/font]
Alex S (fr) wrote: Good 70s cop thriller with John Wayne playing a Dirty Harry type.
Manny R (gb) wrote: I dunno bout this one it looks like twisted metal combined with the condemned
Raul M (es) wrote: Had the pleasure of seeing this film for the first time this year after not caring to see it in its award-sweeping prime. I was left speechless, totally spellbound by its story of strength, love and perseverance. It oozed style from the very beginning, but Danny Boyle never let it overshadow the film's emotional core. Both charming and dark, in my opinion Slumdog Millionaire is a masterpiece.
Russell G (br) wrote: Combining aliens, gateways to unknown places in space and time and the history of ancient Egypt is a unique and exciting idea. By studying Egyptian ruins and artifacts, a team of historians and scientists under control of the United States military, open a gateway to another world. The story takes time to introduce you to a likable but overlooked historian character played by James Spader. The audience parallels his experiences as his pessimism slowly turns into curiosity, then excitement and then ultimately of wonder. Spader's enthusiasm and sheer joy of uncovering ancient mysteries keep the movie fun. It is particularly helpful to the movie by sharply contrasts the stern attitudes of the military crew around him. The light situational humor and Spader make for a playful take on a conceptual science fiction adventure like this. Action during the climax does quite not hold up to the rest of the movie. It does not look particularly bad for its time, but has a somewhat campy feel to it. Without establishing the playful tone earlier, this could cause the entire production to collapse, but because it is there, it still works. It is a wildly imaginative concept. No wonder a successful television series followed it to expand the idea and build off this story.
Private U (jp) wrote: Unusual plot and a good quality production. If youre a horror movie fan you should have this piece in your collection
Dax S (ag) wrote: Very funny and cool, good entry to the buddy cop franchises.
Peter N (mx) wrote: My favorite of the Bogart/Bacall features. Excellent story, tense pacing, and a satisfying ending.
Lyn B (jp) wrote: There almost! Desperately needed more for money for actors and scriptwriters. Editing was abysmal towards the last third of the film. The film had quite a good premise but unfortunately paid the price for third rate actors, The production looked good with some nice visual moments but it was totally let down badly by the terrible shit sympathetic typical American 'All is now good' ending.