44 Minutes: The North Hollywood Shoot-Out

44 Minutes: The North Hollywood Shoot-Out

After a failed bank robbery, two heavily armed men hold the Los Angeles Police Department at bay for 44 minutes.

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Henning R (kr) wrote: Written, directed and acted well. And hilarious!

Andrea E (ru) wrote: Horror russo sul declino dell'Unione Sovietica. Ottima colonna sonora, violenza e cinismo gratutiti. Molto meglio di Evilenko

Ramon M (kr) wrote: Tan real como la vida misma.Es como las Tapas, que hay un poco de todo.As the real life. Very good movie. Life is like Tapas (spanish dish) made by moments of every taste, every kinds.

Ted B (it) wrote: Crimes and Misdemeanors is a seriously underrated Woody Allen film, and one of his most even handed. With the seamy elements of unbridled careerism, adultry, murder, and dead-end spiritualism laced through it's deftly constructed narrative, it is a precursor of Allen's 2005 critical success Matchpoint, a good variation on the film maker's themes. But it is C and M that is the more potent film; the characters are complex and unlikeable and their respective fates embodies as Clint Eastwood's slogan at the end of Unforgiven ; "Deserves got nothing to do with it". Moral and ethical structures are fictions that work for us sometime; at other times they have no effect at all, with the consequences being incomprehensible to a psychology that prefers closure and a "just" conclusion to events and situations.The comedic and dramatic are finely twined around each other here, and one realizes finally that each is what makes the other possible. While there is an ongoing reference to a God who is blind as well as silent--the idea that the Deity has perished before his finest creation, Man, has is fascinating--there's a the perfect irony at film's end, the distinction between being in the world, committing acts and taking responsibility for them. The doctor who has his wife murdered by a contract killer suffers suffocating guilt for what he had put into motion, and feels himself twisting in the breeze coming off the abyss. The documentary film maker, dreaming of starting an adulterous affair with a woman he works with, does not act on his impulse and feels guilty for the lust in his heart. At movie's end, both meet by accident at a party and begin to talk , in a general way, about their state of being. The film maker is still burdened by guilt for his impure thoughts and regret for his failure to act on his attraction to his work mate; he is not happy.The doctor in turn, the man who entered into a successful conspiracy to kill his wife, offers up that sometimes it seems that life is one long catastrophe you're waiting for to end with some horrible , calamitous consequence, that the world you know will crash and you will be condemned, but that after awhile you notice the sun still comes up, household and work are still waiting for you to attend to them, the guilt and shame fades, you start to feel okay, and then, after a period, you have to admit to yourself that your life is actually pretty damn good. It's a choice and, I think, iconic scene from Allen's work, with the man who sinned in fact (Martin Landau) giving a big , smug grin while the film maker (Allen) , who sinned in his imagination alone, slumps in a pose of freighted self-loathing, punished without reserve for refusing to take the risk.

Andrew C (kr) wrote: Just re-watched this the other night. As good as I remember it when I first saw it. LOL Oh 80's movies where have you all gone? :)

Jon H (kr) wrote: Not as entertaining as the first It's Alive, but still not a bad horror-thriller. The plot of the original is basically tripled (3 Killer babies instead of 1), and the father from the original and the father of another monster-baby try to stop them.

Joe M (ag) wrote: May be very worthy but Herzog's usual freaks turn up, this time in Wisconsin, to give us their drearily dystopian take on life.

Jos M (us) wrote: Extrao film , sobreactuado , a su favor algunas buenas escenas de suspense

bob t (es) wrote: a great story line that plays out as somewhat silly to less versed movie go-ers.

Gregory M (au) wrote: Why is true love always so hard?Why do people always suffer because they love?This movie felt so real! It was devastating. Amazing cinematography and a beautiful setting set the atmosphere of the movie. The theme is real, feels true , is there and is hard for everyone. Our protagonists suffer and Gyllenhaal manages to voice accurately how much this hurts his characters. Ledger is breathtaking to watch at, you see him struggling internally and voicing his fears and doubts only with his eyes. They were the best choice for this. Williams was a powerhouse of emotion! This felt so real, so authentic and so true and it ripped my heart into million pieces. I loved it.

Andruw F (ca) wrote: (I'm referring to the extended cut.) The first two and a half hours are a pretty great king kong movie! The last 50 minutes are just unnecessary and weird, especially the end.

Adam B (fr) wrote: This third installment of The hangover series goes in a total different direction. which is good...