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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Dan Kenneth Gigernes's rating of the film Catchfire

    A seriously twisted love story where assassin Dennis Hopper falls in love with his intended murder victim Jodie Foster. John Turturro steals the show seemingly channeling the spirit of the dead Harold Lloyd, but, I want to see the director's cut even if it is enormously flawed and twisted since the version I saw miss at least one hour and has huge plot holes and strange character motivations due to it.

  2. tyb's rating of the film Catchfire

    A mob hitman kidnaps and rapes a women until she falls in love with him. Hopper opts to play the charming rapist himself. A truly disgusting movie that even Foster's performance can't help. Hopper should have stopped directing after Out of the Blue.

  3. Terri Wise's rating of the film Catchfire

    All kinds of indulgence here. Dennis, Dean, Jodie... I love you all, but Jenny Holzer can't even save this. It's terrible.

  4. Checkpoint Charlie's rating of the film Catchfire

    Saw the studio-butchered version, in which Vincent Price's presence is approximately less than one minute's worth of footage. Granted there's a director's cut about 18 minutes longer and an original version about three hours long, I'd be willing to give this one another go with the missing footage.

  5. Catherine Krummey's rating of the film Catchfire

    If you want to see a spectacularly horrible movie going off Netflix June 1, this is your best bet. (Note: It's not on Netflix as Catchfire, it's title is Backtrack.)

  6. Luka's rating of the film Catchfire

    Probably the worst film I have ever watched.

  7. Jaspar Lamar Crabb's rating of the film Catchfire

    It rambles here and there and most of the characters are not formed, but the cast is astounding & there's great chemistry between Jodie Foster & Dennis Hopper. Vincent Price as a mafiosa is a touch of genius