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Without a Paddle: Nature's Calling
Venturing into the woods causes nothing but trouble and hilarity for three misguided males in this straight to video spin-off of 2004's "Without A Paddle".
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John K (ru) wrote: Jackie Chan's last "action film" could have been better, or maybe Jackie is just getting too old to do the stunts he 20-30 years ago. Entertaining, but don't expect too much "action" from Jackie.
Edgar C (ru) wrote: The work of Stephen Chow seems to be both of respect and innovation through comedy. The fact that his films of the past decade introduced Kung Fu as a discipline capable of unrealistic physical and spiritual wonders confirms his vision to be that of comedy rather than spoof, because the essence of martial arts remains there.Incorporating that to modern settings is an idea beyond ridiculous that few studios with any sanity remnant would accept consciously, including the cheap CGI aspects which suckness is compensated almost completely by the creativity involved in something seemingly superficial, yet actually humble. Still, the film delivers what it originally set out to do, with a no-holds-barred energy and enthusiasm that so many movies are lacking today.The argument that the film pays homage through comedy can be confirmed with the prolonged version, and not the chopped U.S. cut; this version, however, is specifically aimed at fans of the movie, because it won't add anything to those that have already found this experience as something indescribably bad.But it would take three more years for Chow, a name who I miss in the industry, to perfect his vision and bring his trademark amalgamation of genres to complete cohesion.79/100
Suerasonichi S (es) wrote: nice movie n good to watch for whole family.
Robert I (de) wrote: A classic, but very long and it does drag.
Ryan L (gb) wrote: Paul Thomas Anderson's porn epic is a masterpiece of film making. hysterical dark comedy blends with graphic realistic sex scenes and perfect characters to create a really fascinating and mind blowing character study. The acting is sharp, the writing is spot on, the directing is masterful, the cinematography is beautiful, and the way character arcs turn out is very satisfactory, if not disturbing. very very very smart movie and a great introduction to Paul Thomas Anderson.
Michael R (us) wrote: Bad, laughable and irritating, that is all I can say about the fourth installment of this diminishing series.
Kelly H (fr) wrote: Cant believe i haven't seen this!
Ross M (mx) wrote: Excellent cinematography, needing few words to convey a rich storyline. If only everything was short and sweet...
Michael H (mx) wrote: Santa Clausis a film that(TM)s often mocked for its cheap sets and bad acting, without pausing to think about what(TM)s really going on here; the kind of twisted, alien imagination at work or the ideas that Cardona is sneaking in under their smug noses.Santa Clausis a deeply strange and disturbing work, a visionary work on a miniscule budget and one that says more about the holidays than we may care to think about.
Wrik S (it) wrote: Demi Moore in the 80's and the initial part of the male lead, the only parts which deserve any note
Rolf S (ca) wrote: Glemt nr du har sett den. Lite med historiske hendelser gjre.
Tim S (jp) wrote: The Bloody Pit of Horror is about as useless and 'so bad that it's good' as they come. It's a story about a group of models coming to shoot in an old castle that turns out to be the home of a sadistic maniac who wishes to torture them one by one. It features Mickey Hargitay in a role, which is the only actor of note in the film, to my knowledge. It's not very good, and it's obviously Italian, but it was also based on the writings of Marquis De Sade. It has some nice unintentional comedy sprinkled in bits here and there, but overall, it's mostly boring. The crew at Rifftrax recently had a go at trying to get some levity out of the proceedings, but even they had a difficult time keeping me awake. I wouldn't recommend it otherwise.
John L (jp) wrote: "There once was a man whose balls were made of brass and when he walked sparks came out his ass"That line never gets old! Verne Troyer's best movie!
Manch F (fr) wrote: Couldn't even finish it, it was THAT bad.
Alex K (ag) wrote: My Favorite Science Fiction Film Is 1968's 2001: A Space Odyssey.