Witness to the Execution

Witness to the Execution

This movie deals with a television network hoping to draw the biggest ratings ever while televising an execution live into the home of every American family.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:96 minutes
  • Release:1994
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:prison,  

This movie deals with a television network hoping to draw the biggest ratings ever while televising an execution live into the home of every American family. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Virgilio L (es) wrote: The brutality that exists in this world is horrifying. Appreciate living on a land not at war

Jose Luis M (au) wrote: Que increible actriz la Tautou, una pelicula liviana y divertida para pasar el rato

Matt K (ag) wrote: A slight but engaging look at two friends who have one last camping trip before both their lives change due to the imminent birth of the married friend's child. Has a fairly profound statement, "Sorrow is joy worn out". Questions linger - were these guys lovers? Or just close friends?

Kylie B (nl) wrote: Somehow this film manages to tie itself into the first and have an almost completely different plot, especially in terms of the ghost's M.O. I enjoyed it, but the first is, as usual, superior due to novelty and slickness (it was a Miike film, what do you expect?).

Mark R (us) wrote: Favorite movie by sandler

Caitlin L (ca) wrote: A cute family movie about finding your voice.

Leonard D (br) wrote: Nothing special to say about this!

Freda W (gb) wrote: i love this movie most of stephen chow !! sooooo funny !!!!

Keenan S (jp) wrote: Robin And Marian is a criminally underrated romance film. I've heard people complain that this film is boring because it is more story and dialogue-driven, rather than being action-packed like the usual Robin Hood film adapation. I couldn't disagree more, because I never found it to be boring because I think it's a perfect film. It's more of a romance film rather than an adventure, which worked just fine for me because of the superb acting, especially the leads who display wonderful chemistry. The film is exciting, funny, and heartbreaking, and I highly recommend it. Why so many people seem to hate it, I'll never understand why. I think Robin And Marian deserves to be acknowledged as a classic.

Chris W (ag) wrote: "Crawlspace" is the first effort from Australian writer/director Justin Dix. It's a modest film with a slim budget, but it doesn't entirely wave in front of your face. The film features a very claustrophobic atmosphere, a lot of dark and creepy lighting, and a few effective tense moments. Writing-wise, "Crawlspace" begins like a branch off of "Aliens" and "Resident Evil" or some other 80s actions flick. Once the film rolls into the second and third act--albeit while dragging its tail behind it--it takes on a bit of a cerebral feel. The plot twist was quite welcomed here though, especially because "Crawlspace" initially comes off as a mindless B movie centered around action and gore. As far as the acting goes, surprisingly, most of the actors are pretty solid. You have the level-headed Romeo, the old friend Fourpack, the brash and noisy Wiki, and her counterpart Kid. Of course you have the central character Eve, and they spend most of the film on her. Overall, "Crawlspace" is a good effort for a first-time writer/director. It offers some interesting ideas and concepts, but it stumbles at the execution. I was a bit bored in some parts of this one, I was expecting some more action. Then again, the budget wasn't amazing huge, so it's understandable. They spent their money wisely in the set design, special, and visual effects.If you're into sci-fi horror, at least give it a rental. Slight recommend.

Lilian W (br) wrote: It's not just a Nostalgic look back to Radio days, but an analysis of how Radio helped shape up people.

Max G (es) wrote: Wayne's World was originally a skit on "Saturday Night Live" during the late '80s and early '90s, it is about two teenage dudes (Mike Myers, Dana Carvey) who host a public access TV show, which is mainly about rock, babes and people who live in the area. One day Wayne and Garth go to a rock concert, and Wayne falls in love with a bass guitarist named Cassandra Wong (Tia Carrere). Wayne spends the rest of the movie trying to get Casandra to fall in love with him. He also struggles with a network executive (Rob Lowe) who wants to buy the rights to his show.It is a classic comedy and is a true influence on modern comedies.9.5/10