Wild beasts - Belve feroci
The water supply for a large city zoo becomes contaminated with PCP, and the animals go crazy and get loose.
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Phoenix B (au) wrote: This movie is extremely impressive, Woodley is stunning and in a way it reminds me of the sixth sense- fantastic!
Patrick K (jp) wrote: This is a weird film but not necessarily in a good way. Charlie Countryman (Shia LaBeouf) goes on a trip to Bucharest thanks to a vision from his late mother and whilst in Bucharest falls in love with a girl named Gabi (Evan Rachel Wood) but unfortunately for him a gangster Nigel (Mads Mikkelson) has already laid claims to her who will attack anyone who tries to get near her. The film is full of weird hallucinations, violence and beautiful locations but the story is flat and the acting far from inspiring
Steve Q (jp) wrote: interesting biography of an entertaining thinker
Noname (it) wrote: Hard boiled action movie with a bit of unrealistic scenes but cool ones :) Story isnt the best but its an easy light movie in the same spirit as transport / the marine etc.. Decent flick
Felipe F (es) wrote: About a Boy may be predictable and safe, but it compensates with enough funny, touching and sweet moments and features a mesmerizing performance from Hugh Grant.
Guido S (kr) wrote: Chritopher Walken is kidnapped by a bunch of young guys trying to rescue their friend who was also kidnapped. Walken is easily the best here doing what he does best. Picking apart the guys as he can. There is also Ray Romano as a thug who was part of the initial kidnapping. Eventually, there's more too it and the job was more of a scam than a kidnapping. The ending seemed about right for what happened.
Mike S (gb) wrote: My low expectations paid off. I really enjoyed this little Aussie film. It was funny and endearing. Great acting and an excellent script. And the best part was the closing song "Better Be Home Soon" by Crowded House.
Robert H (mx) wrote: Full disclosure: I haven't seen this movie's predecessor, EVERY WHICH WAY BUT LOOSE. However, I get the feeling that you don't need to see it in order to understand or appreciate this one. Although the plot leaves a lot to be desired and it's probably about 20 minutes too long, it's still good-natured and has a lot of humor, to boot. Clint Eastwood plays Philo Beddoe, a truck driver who also does bare-knuckle fighting, and he's accompanied by an orangutan named Clyde. The basic story is that Philo has quit fighting, but he gets strong-armed by the Mafia into doing one final fight. At the same time, he's being pursued by a Neo-Nazi biker gang called The Black Widows. While I wasn't really into this type of movie, and it certainly is not one of the better things that Clint Eastwood has been in, there were a lot of individually funny scenes that made me laugh a lot. Not only that, but they actually follow up on a lot of the gags. That's probably the highest praise I can give this movie. Other than that, the plot is a muddled mess. It seems like they just threw a bunch of stuff at the wall to see what would stick. Despite having a bunch of elements that were funny on their own, they never really gelled to make a coherent narrative. For what it's worth, all of the performances were at least decent, but Eastwood seemed like he was just going through the motions at times. The best performance of the movie, however, was the orangutan who played Clyde. There's also some good soundtrack cuts, even if I don't quite like country/western music. Last, but not least, the fighting, despite not having a lot of it, but pretty good and well-filmed. Overall, I wasn't too impressed with this ANY WHICH WAY YOU CAN, but I wasn't too bored and I laughed more than a few times. It's on the bottom end of Clint Eastwood's resume in terms of quality, but you could do a lot worse.
Mark M (gb) wrote: Wasn't too impressed by this movie. Yes it had a rather beautiful cast of women and an interesting she-said, she-said plot, but it was rather unfulfilling and it took too long to unfold. Most of the music and dancing was unmemorable: the title song was so-so as Kelly's own dance part seemed lazy and messy; the Ladies in Waiting number was kind of ridiculous and somewhat scandalous. There were a few charming gems, though: Nichol's & Angele's dance on the boat and the scene with Joy and Nichol in the bar was pretty cute. Gene Kelly's a lucky guy.
monty h (us) wrote: Exciting thriller set in LA, about a train station policeman named Lt. Willie Calhoun (super performance by William Holden) chasing down a ruthless kidnapper. The bad guy has taken the blind daughter of a millionaire and holds her for ransom. The kidnapping is seen by the rich man's secretary (a solid Nancy Olson). Calhoun swears that he will find the girl and put the kidnapper down, and everyone believes him because Calhoun is one hell of a cop. A very short film at about 80 minutes long, but it is packed with riveting drama and some terrific action. Holden is top notch as the policeman, this being one of his best performances ever. And Lyle Bettger is memorable as bad guy Joe Beacon, the kind you love to hate. Union Station is one of those little films that not too many people have heard about, much less seen, but it is one terrific movie. One of my personal favorites.-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Marge Wrighter: Gonna send that kid home, aren't you, Joe? I mean after we collect.Joe Beacom: She'll go home...they ever fish her out of the river. Let's have the coffee, huh?
Alex A (ru) wrote: Mississippi Burning comes off as more offensive than informative. I feel that any message Mississippi Burning might have had was tremendously overshadowed by it's racial violence and dialogue. The film has great performances especially from Gene Hackmen and Willem Dafoe, but when it was over, all I could remember was the racist violence and characters, rather than the triumph of the problem.
joey b (gb) wrote: A great film for 'horror' fans who can actually sit through an atmospheric black & white movie without having to be exposed to a bloodbath and the word f**k every 20 seconds.This movie has some of the most eerie music i have heard in a while - those drums pounding over the spoken dialogue were chilling, the skinny Africian American zombie guy was an absolute terror - he was skinnier then Christian Bale in the Machinist and has eyes bigger then my chihuahua and thats hard to imagine! The actors were fine in there roles and the underlying theme of slavery was subtle as it was never actually mentioned but still seeing it in a movie today is weird as it is such a shameful part of Americas past. I always watch anything Val Lewton related and this is one of the best, anyone into zombie films needs to watch this to see that the word zombie does not mean brain/flesh eater.A great classic film.