Cadinho93 has written 141 reviews for films rated ★★★★ .

  • Kindergarten Cop

    Kindergarten Cop

    "Boys have a penis, girls have a vagina!"

    Kindergarten Cop is nothing less than great entertainment. It captures the very essence of the simple, feel-good story, here blended together with a bit of action and an edge that works surprising well against the comedy, nearly as well as the juxtaposition that is "bodybuilder teaches kindergarten".

    Arnold Schwarzenegger and Ivan Reitman make a great team! This is such a great film and it has everything in it: action, suspense, comedy, romance,…

  • Twins



    "Money talks and bullshit walks!"

    "How can bullshit walk?"

    Twins is an hilarious buddy comedy film. It's also an excellent film about relationships, family, what is important in life and about how to do the right thing, which at the end the twins do the right thing and get rewarded.

    The story is very simplistic and easy to understand. As well as being categorized in the comedy genre there are many emotional ideologies contained within the hit film. There are…

  • Cliffhanger


    "Don't let go!"

    Cliffhanger is one of the real classic Sylvester Stallone action films. Interesting fact: this movie contains an "aerial transfer" scene in which a zipline is run between two airborne jets. This wasn't CGI, they actually ran a cable between the planes. They paid the stuntman $1 million to do the stunt. Pretty wild to watch.

    The film is wracked with guilt after a lot of things felt apart on that ledge, an ace mountain rescue climber Ranger…

  • Tango & Cash

    Tango & Cash

    "Rambo? Rambo's a pussy."

    Tango & Cash is a great action film. It's insane in a way, but a good meshing of buddy cop and action, with a bit of humor here and there.

    This case we've a pair of cowboy cops, who work in different parts of Los Angeles. Lieutenant Raymond "Ray" Tango (Sylvester Stallone) and Lieutenant Gabriel "Gabe" Cash (Kurt Russell) are certainly known to each other however due to the headlines they've gathered smashing various criminal enterprises. They're…

  • Cobra



    "You're the disease, and I'm the cure."

    Cobra may not be Sylvester Stallone's best film, but sure as heck not his worse work of art. Where's the downside? Hot ass chopped police car, check. Teardrop shades, check. Scared hot chick who needs protection, check. Smart mouthed police bosses lording it over you, check. Thugs who need killing to keep the scum off of the street, check. Guns, girl, racing vehicles, leather, scum of the streets and the disease has a…

  • The Karate Kid Part II

    The Karate Kid Part II

    "For person with no forgiveness in heart, living even worse punishment than death."

    The Karate Kid Part II transported me all the way back to my childhood! I instantly wanted to grow bonsai trees and take karate lessons. I liked the beginning where they showed hghlights of the original "The Karate Kid" as a reminder of where the story left off and that Part II is the beginning.

    In the first "The Karate Kid" film, the plot focuses on young…

  • A Touch of Class

    A Touch of Class

    "My one chance to get raped, and you can't get your bloody trousers off."

    A Touch of Class is a successful romantic film that draws us into its convolutions by making us care for its characters and what becomes of them, which "A Touch of Class" achieves by giving us the realistic trials and tribulations of an extramarital couple.

    A Touch of Class is directed by Melvin Frank who also co-writes the screenplay with Jack Rose. It stars: Steve Blackburn…

  • 10


    "Whenever Mrs. Kissel breaks wind, we beat the dog."

    10 is a brilliant film by Blake Edwards that will make you laugh your head off. It fits so perfectly as a midlife crisis film and a romantic comedy. It even fits well as an adventure film of self discovery.

    10 begins with a surprise party for its guest of honor, George Webber (Dudley Moore), an award-winning songwriter celebrating his forty-second birthday. The party is organized by Samantha Taylor (Julie Andrews),…

  • The Deep

    The Deep

    "I'm goin' down there, and you're gonna have to blow me up too!"

    "As you please, boy."

    The Deep is a delight from start to finish. From the opening sequences of clearing clouds and Bermuda coming into focus, the astonishing underwater photograph, to the action packed adventurous, you simply can not take your eyes off the screen. The music from the one and only John Barry is mesmerizing and suits the picture elegantly. The cinematography is beautiful and gives you…

  • Naked Gun 33⅓: The Final Insult

    Naked Gun 33⅓: The Final Insult

    "Like a midget at a urinal, I was going to have to stay on my toes."

    Naked Gun 33⅓: The Final Insult, like the two others in the series is slap stick comedy at its best.

    The entire cast is superb: Lieutenant Frank Drebin (Leslie Nielsen), Jane Spencer Drebin (Priscilla Presley), Captain Ed Hocken (George Kennedy), Detective Fred Nordberg (O. J. Simpson), Rocco Dillon (Fred Ward), Muriel Dillon (Kathleen Freeman) and Tanya Peters (Anna Nicole Smith).

    The story of the…

  • Spaceballs


    "May the Schwartz be with you!"

    Spaceballs is one of the best parodies of all time. It mostly makes fun of "Star Wars", but they also hit on "Star Trek", "Alien", "Planet of the Apes", even "Transformers" to a certain extent. It's like "Animal House" in that you have to see it at least twice to catch the stuff you missed while laughing the first time! Oh yeah, if you look closely, you will definitely see the "Millennium Falcon".


  • Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace

    Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace

    "Remember: Your focus determines your reality."

    Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace is written, produced and directed by George Lucas.

    The film stars Qui-Gon Jinn (Liam Neeson), Obi-Wan Kenobi (Ewan McGregor), Padmé Amidala (Natalie Portman), Anakin Skywalker (Jake Lloyd), Senator Palpatine/Darth Sidious (Ian McDiarmid), Jar Jar Binks (Ahmed Best), C-3PO (Anthony Daniels), R2-D2 (Kenny Baker), Shmi Skywalker (Pernilla August), Yoda (Frank Oz), Mace Windu (Samuel L. Jackson) and Darth Maul (Ray Park).

    The fourth film released in the…