Walking Tall Part II
Sheriff Buford Pusser continues his one-man war against moonshiners and a ruthless crime syndicate after the murder of his wife in late 1960's Tennessee.
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Cyn Z (es) wrote: bizarre, but brilliant!!
Terri H (ca) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested
Dov D (de) wrote: A low budget film who's lack of resources is far to evident. The acting and the premises are a joke; however, the makeup and the sound editing are done with precision and skill. The storyline is interesting I guess, but it turns stale quickly. Bottom line, if it wasn't for the incredible makeup and sound direction, I'm not sure this film would get a single star, but I have to give credit where credit is due. Genre fans should give it a watch, but outside of that, I'd stay clear.
Heidi H (ag) wrote: Well, boring, not interesting, I felt that Juliette Binoche was about to break into laughter all the time, as the story went downhill right from the start. Wase of time
Daniel M (br) wrote: There's something about porno films that makes me angry, I understand the story and acting is suposed to crap, but you'd think that the camera operator would at least read the script and then find more creative/logical ways of filming the scenes. Otherwise the women were hot, but I wanted to see the choufer get something in the end.
Patience W (us) wrote: i felt like this movie was just a good and very original idea that just got lost in excitement. I'm not sure what to think about it. It seemed to be missing so much that it transcends as just being there stuck in between the Drama and Comedy genres. It didn't "grab me" enough to consider itself a neo-nazi drama about love defyin hate. At the same time it certain was't funny enough to be worthy of the "comedy" category. I feel like a little more time and effort could have really made this movie great. It just doesn't work for me.
Leong C (fr) wrote: Imagine zombies + highlander + kill bill + yakuza.......
Justin H (gb) wrote: You know you're in for a bizarre ride, when a movie begins with two skeletons in large pots talking to each other. This film is what something like "Boxer's Omen" should have been; whereas that movie somehow managed to be boring despite all the weird crap that was going on, "Spooky Encounters" (to take one of the myriad titles this thing seems to have) keeps the action coming at a solid pace. The fight sequences are very creative and fun to watch, the funny bit tend to actually be funny, and a handful of scenes do manage to be a little spooky (the scene toward the beginning where "Courageous" Cheung looks up and all of his friends have suddenly vanished comes to mind)."Spooky Encounters" also happens to feature the absolute WORST "professional" subtitling I have seen in my entire life. We're not just talking the occasional misspelling, or word used in the wrong place. No, we're talking 1s where exclamation points should be! Grammar nazis out there could easily make a drinking game out of this.That wrinkle aside though, "Spooky Encounters" is a pretty fun kung fu flick. Parts of it don't make a whole lot of sense, but when you've got Sammo Hung fighting kung fu zombies, (or in one memorable scene: fighting off an entire restaurant full of people, while trying to subdue his own possessed hand!), it's hard not to enjoy it.
Joe M (es) wrote: Wow! What a bomb. The Cheese factor is beyond Cheese. The movie could have been better if it was made by a couple of teenagers.
Michael W (kr) wrote: Van Damme and Lundgren together at last. A code zebra is declared in the aftermath of a deadly confrontation, with Vietnam adversaries regenerated as superhuman soldiers and settling differences from Nam. A film that underachieves given the stars and budget.