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If you enjoy gritty performances from the likes of the late Heath Ledger, then i suggest you watch this awsome 90s gem. Its filmed in and around Sydney, Australia. Its raw, cutting and has a fantastic soundtrack, a MUST see!
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I most certainly will check this one out..Thanks Willy
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Scissors (1991)

This was a decent psychological thriller directed by Frank De Felitta (Dark Night of the Scarecrow)
He also wrote the awesome The Entity (1982)

Sharon Stone is solid in the leading role and Steve Railsback has a nice double role.
The other stars are Ronny Cox and Michelle Phillips.

The movie starts slowly but there´s some interesting twists after the first 45 mins.


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Originally posted by Pyromantic:
I most certainly will check this one out..Thanks Willy

ill be very surprised if you dont like this. Its extreamly underwatched and even more underated IMO. It was low budget and wouldnt have worked if it was done on a higher budget...its real, raw and done oh so well.
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Interview with The Vampire (1994)
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OK..so I finished watching Two Hands. It wasn't too bad...It didn't blow me away either though.
The actors all gave good performances..especially Rose Byrne who I'd say caught my attention the most. But, I just didn't buy into her and Ledger's relationship...I dunno, they came off as more brother/sister type deal to me. Maybe that's how it was supposed to be though huh? I was kinda disappointed with Bryon Brown's role though as I felt he came off a bit weaker than he should have been. But maybe that's just me.

I also really dug the ending when the kid just strolls in the joint and passes Ledger and enters the room and......welll...you know what happens...I won't spoil it for anyone else. That was a rather cool ending.

So overall, this movie was alright...But I wouldn't rank it in my top 10 action/gangster films.

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Parker Kane (1990)

This is a cool tv action flick (could be a pilot for a tv show that never became reality).
Starring Jeff Fahey, ex-cop turned private investigator.
And how´s this for a supporting cast:
Marisa Tomei, Stellan Skarsgård, Amanda Pays, Zakes Mokae,
Billy Wirth, David Caruso... Unbelievable!
80s hangover, Joel Silver, cool Lethal Weapon style score... Gotta love it!

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Screamers (1995)

This was a surprisingly good sci-fi flick directed by Christian Duguay
and based on the short story "Second Variety" by Philip K. D1ck.

The movie stars Peter Weller, Jennifer Rubin, Andrew Lauer and Roy Dupuis.

Solid acting from Weller and Rubin, haunting atmosphere and cool special effects.

All sci-fi freaks, check it out!

Screamers (1995) Theatrical Trailer

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Missed that one. Im gonna look for it!
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Friday (1995)
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True Identity (1991)

Just watched this movie which some of you guys talked about some time ago.
It was a decent flick.
Some funny scenes and the supporting cast was not bad at all:
Frank Langella, J.T. Walsh, Michael McKean, James Earl Jones...

But i can understand why this one flopped:
the star of the movie, Lenny Henry, just wasn´t good enough.
(He had a 3-movie deal with Disney but it was canceled after this one did some damage)
Also, there´s too many unnecessary F-words and it was too violent for it´s own good.
...I can´t believe i just said that [Cool]

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The Super (1991)
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ASPEN EXTREME 1993

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Even though the last ****ing thing I wanna see right now is snow, I never get tired of this flick.

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Thanks Jay, i need to hunt this down!
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Most def, it's not flawless, but has a very unique feel, that you can't really explain.
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Earlier today i watched Fast Getaway II (1994)
It was a fun flick.
Very stupid but highly entertaining stuff.
Starring Corey Haim, oh so pretty Sarah Buxton, Leo Rossi and Cynthia Rothrock.
Never seen the first Fast Getaway movie anywhere.

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Atomik! I had the choice between Fast Getaway and Dream Machine on one of my vhs finds.....why I limited my Corey Vhs's I don't know but I picked Dream Machine....I still haven't watched it.....I laughed at your "very stupid but highly entertaining" lol goofball....only we could understand that here [Big Grin]
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Yeah, you should have got both!
I also have Dream Machine,
it´s a pretty good flick if you happen to like these early 90s Haimster films.

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Dunston checks in
Watched with the kids funny chimp film quite enjoyed

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It's been a long time since I have seen this 90's classic.

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quote:
Originally posted by oneyedwilly:
If you enjoy gritty performances from the likes of the late Heath Ledger, then i suggest you watch this awsome 90s gem. Its filmed in and around Sydney, Australia. Its raw, cutting and has a fantastic soundtrack, a MUST see!
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This is a great movie. Yes, everyone needs to go and watch it.
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Here is one I watched recently from 1992.

A decent thriller. I am a big fan. I won't go out and say it's great. I just like it for many reasons. I think it is definitely worth a watch.

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What About Bob? (1991)
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The Sweet Hereafter (1997) starring Ian Holm and Sarah Polley. I didn't know what I was supposed to make of it. From the description on ONdemand, there was supposed to be a big "town secret" but they never revealed any such secret.
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