The "April Morning" here is the famous April 19, 1775 upon which the "Shot heard 'round the world" was fired, signaling the start of the American Revolution. Faithful to author Howard ... See full summary »
Strap in and watch as the horsepower levels continue to climb and the speedometer needles fly past speed limits and approach the edge of sanity. In this chapter of the Super Speeders series... See full summary »
Ovidio G. Assonitis,
Clyde J. Barrett,
Scotty Malloy is a former NFL football player who travels around the world without a care. He decides to come back to Minneapolis to settle down and start a life for himself. He pays a ... See full summary »
The viewers of this movie have no chance of figuring out what and who's behind everything that happens. You've no idea of who the bad guy is until the last scene, although you can sort of figure it out anyway, because as the end is approaching, you think that if they're going to give you an explanation at all, it must be that explanation. But the motive and the villain's feelings aren't explained good enough, though. There's nothing really upsetting or frightening or anything that makes you think and reflect in this movie. There's actually no point with it at all and it's only an excuse to show Lesley-Anne Down walking around looking nervous, troubled or scared. Which she is quite good at, though.
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