16 Years of Alcohol

16 Years of Alcohol

16 Years of Alcohol is a 2003 drama film written and directed by Richard Jobson, based on his 1987 novel. The film is Jobson's first directorial effort, following a career as a television presenter on BSkyB and VH-1, and as the vocalist for the 1970s punk rock band The Skids.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:102 minutes
  • Release:2003
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:artist,   jealousy,   dancing,  

16 years of alcohol is about a skinhead named Frankie; his violent childhood, alcoholism and his love for Ska. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Albaab R (fr) wrote: From the director-writer team of "500 Days of Summer"...better in some ways. I miss dialogue like this...felt like a documentary, the banter was so real. A decidedly non-romantic romance...creeps in with the feels.

Tehe T (fr) wrote: It was goo representation of war that found may people with negative views. This heightens this negativity towards a war that people believe shouldn't have been and this is short of negatives of the movie. Showing a one sided view of a issue only helps when the the even is bad that there's no one on the other side (holocaust, Vietnam war, assassination of JFK). Here where they don't show the good things that happened was missed, but didn't hurt it a lot. Great Documentary. 8.5/10

Amy H (gb) wrote: The plot or the story was convincing and interesting. But acting were terrible and the ending was just a bit silly for a true event! Was kind of disappointed as the movie started off real good.

Hardik S (us) wrote: rarely feel this good after watching a bollywood movie, it just sucks that bollywood movies like a wednesday n gulaal don't get many critic reviews, and thus don't make it to the 250 list on imdb, while other foreign language movies are much thoroughly reviewed and make it to those lists.

Josefine L (it) wrote: Superhrlig och hjrtlig film om gldje och sorg, ensamhet och gemenskap, bitterhet och krlek. I like!

Hal M (us) wrote: Utterly nauseating Gay Agenda crap.

Geno H (mx) wrote: One of his best thus far!!!!

Danny B (de) wrote: This Movie Should Have Higher Ratings! It is Very similar to The Martian! I've seen it about 3 times and thoroughly enjoyed it!

Robert R (es) wrote: You'd think that a project featuring such names as "De Niro," "Crystal," and "Ramis" wouldn't possess such a glaring deficit of genuine laughs. But, somehow, "Analyze This" defies the odds, delivering the audience a plateful of undercooked and underseasoned jokes, fueled by half-hearted performances and a truly lame third act. I honestly expected so much more.

Justin T (mx) wrote: More Tarantino like than Paul Thomas Anderson's other works, Hard Eight is an excellent character study about a retired gambler Sydney and his relationship with John. Great casting choices by PTA and satisfying debut from him

Ian R (mx) wrote: I liked it well enough, but I wouldn't say that it did anything strikingly different from any of the other countless film noirs of the 40's. changed setting and races, but meh.

Patrick D (kr) wrote: Good movie to watch on a rainy day. But let's hope it's a long, dry summer cuz this flick ain't that great.

dm S (mx) wrote: A masterpiece. A very good movie which is extremely painful to watch. It shows everything in an ultra-realistic fashion (the crew shot it on 16mm in location and with totally unknown actors), and steps even further, further and further when there is nothing. In the first half you see the modern society, then in the second half you see a carnivoristic wasteland. And I'm warning you: if you will watch it, your soul will be damaged and it takes take while it heals. Or not. If you're faint-hearted, avoid it, please, for you own sake! It's devastating.

Aldo M (ag) wrote: When it was legal to ride a motorbike without helmet ...To see this movie made me 30 years younger ... I have been in that disco.

Grant S (de) wrote: An interesting and entertaining biopic on the songwriting partnership of Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart. Apparently, it is not entirely true to history, and sugar-coats their personalities. However, the music is great, and the story is entertaining. Great appearances, as themselves, by a who's-who of 1940s singers and actors (Judy Garland, Perry Como, Lena Horne, Gene Kelly...)

Haydn W (jp) wrote: Another forgettable A&C flick. I'm beginning to realise there was a reason i only watched the horror-themed ones when i was a kid!

Alfredo S (es) wrote: Small Soldiers hits everything wrong by providing a thin plot, unintentional laughs, and boring characters