Amsterdam Heavy

Amsterdam Heavy

CIA Agent Martin Keele (Michael Madsen - Reservoir Dogs Kill Bill) sets the wheels spinning in this gritty urban action thriller, as mysterious gangster J.D. goes on the rampage in Amsterdam, stopping at nothing to uncover those who have betrayed him

A mysterious gangster goes on the rampage in Amsterdam, stopping at nothing to uncover those who have betrayed him. Now it is up to CIA Agent Martin Keele, to stop him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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sarah t (ca) wrote: Fab film, love Vince Vaughn!

Diana F (ru) wrote: Tinker she is prity and funn

Jordan F (us) wrote: Wow! visually stunning

Hunter H (jp) wrote: Worst romcom ever!!!

Thomas C (ru) wrote: Dario Argento creeps out the audience with insects, decomposing bodies, monkeys, sleepwalking and freaks. What sounds like a messy circus actually manages to be a very good horror movie.

Kurt R (nl) wrote: Love it, this was out when I was 11 and still love the music

Marco M (es) wrote: una obra maestra exquisitamente perturbadora sobre el deseo, la frustracin y la locura... y de como las mujeres pueden hacer lo que les de la gana con los hombres... sobre la histeria pues... eso entre otras cosas.

jay n (us) wrote: Completely overwrought, absurd meller. One of Doris' worst through no real fault of her own. It depends on how you look at it, if you're looking for a superior motion picture with a quality script and social value..forget this. However if what you seek it a lurid cinematic equivalent to clutching your pearls for ninety minutes and you need a good laugh...this will be right in your wheelhouse. Doris truly gives it all she's got maintaining a level of hysteria throughout which completely fits the tenor of the film.

Scott C (jp) wrote: Pretty silly and tedious 1930s melodrama. It's only cool to see Bogart and Davis and Howard.

Bryan M (nl) wrote: Middling outing for Hammer's Dracula as played by Christopher Lee. While Lee gets more screen time, and acquits himself well in the title role, the effects are uneven at best. The story is not the most original, but serviceable as man searches for his missing brother within the dreaded vampire's castle. Fans will appreciate little moments, like when Dracula crawls up the outside walls. It is also among the more violent entries in the series.

DC E (au) wrote: Quite possibly the sappiest movie I have ever seen, "Boys Town" is a solid black and white classic.The movie focuses on Father Flanagan (Spencer Tracy), a priest who decides that there is no such thing as a bad boy and sets up a community for down and out kids. After years of struggling to barely stay above water, Boys Town is on the verge of going under due to a lack of finances. On top of that, a troubled boy that Flanagan just can't seem to get to (Mickey Rooney) comes to the community and trouble ensues.To be honest, the movie was sort of slow and boring right up until Rooney appears on screen. I mean, Tracy was good in the film, but for some reason it wasn't all that interesting to me. Rooney, however, stole the show. 10 Scale Rating: 6.0 ...

Gav R (nl) wrote: poor due to man cast. Cribbins isn't a lead actor and Juliet Mills struggles

JordanFlynnYT (mx) wrote: I will take Bueller's advice someday

J (au) wrote: Fever Pitch is a 2005 romantic comedy drama sports film produced and directed by Peter and Bobby Farrelly, written by Lowell Ganz and Babaloo Mandel, based on the novel by Nick Hornby, produced by and starring Drew Barrymore, and co-starring Jimmy Fallon, Kadee Strickland, Jobeth Williams, James B. Sikking, Ione Skye, Marissa Jaret Winokur, Evan Helmuth, Miranda Black, Andrew Wilson, Jack Kehler, Lenny Clarke, Willie Garson, Johnny Sneed, Scott Severance, Jessamy Finet, and Maureen Keiller.Ben Wrightman (Jimmy Fallon) is a huge fan of the Boston Red Sox baseball team, which is still under the Curse of the Bambino, having not won a World Series since 1916. Ben's love for the sport and the team borders on addiction. He lives in an apartment that looks more like a Red Sox gift shop. One day, Ben scores a new girlfriend in the form of businesswoman Lindsey Meeks (Drew Barrymore), who's reaching 30 and is tired of dating sharp, competitive guys. And thus begins a love triangle between Ben, Lindsey, and the Red Sox, where Ben must choose between the girl he loves and the team he's worshipped since he was a child.Well, would you look at that? A romantic comedy that's well-acted, well-written, and is both funny and sweet. Very rarely do we see a good rom-com these days. If you're looking a genuinely good rom-com, then this movie fits your bill. Fever Pitch is based on an autobiographical novel by High Fidelity author Nick Hornby. The novel was also adapted into a 1997 film of the same name written by Hornby and starring Colin Firth and Mark Strong. I haven't read the novel. I think I saw the 1997 film, but I don't remember it quite well. This is the American remake of the 1997 film, and I really liked it.I have to praise the performances from Jimmy Fallon and Drew Barrymore. They were both great in this film, as were the supporting actors. Not only are Fallon's and Barrymore's characters well-developed, likeable, and believable, but the two have fantastic romantic chemistry. When I look at them, I don't see two actors portraying people who fall in love. I actually see two real people in a romantic relationship. They don't just kiss all the time. They actually talk about things real couples talk about, and in a way real couples should.Fever Pitch manages to be the Farrelly brothers' most mature and serious film while still maintaining some of their trademark humor. As a matter of fact, there's only one gross-out gag in the whole film. On their first date, Ben finds Lindsey sick from food poisoning, and we hear her throwing up in her bathroom. Not only that, but it's implied through a line of dialogue that Lindsey's dog actually ate some of her puke. Yeah, I know, pretty disgusting shit. However, this scene isn't really played for laughs as much as it really shows how kind and thoughtful Ben is (well, before his die-hard Red Sox fanboyism kicks in).Ben also takes care of her when she's sick. For example, he undresses her and then helps her put on pajamas, helps her to bed, places a hamper near her in case she needs to vomit again, cleans up her bathroom, offers her Gatorade (gotta replenish those electrolytes somehow), brushes her dog's teeth, and even sleeps on her couch. Okay, I'll admit, this is a tad bit excessive, and some people actually found this to be creepy. That's understandable, but considering that she seemed really out of it and Ben proves himself to be a likeable character, I found it to be rather good-natured and considerate than creepy.The screenplay, penned by the legendary comedy writing duo of Lowell Ganz and Babaloo Mandel, is well-written with unfailingly funny humor, believable dialogue, and good characters. Seriously, the humor in this film is incredibly hilarious. One of my favorite bits is when one of Lindsey's friends calls their bike instructor a Nazi spin bitch. I also really liked one bit where Ben's in the shower and he's asking his doctor friend why he's shaving his testicles. Trust me, it's funnier than how I'm describing it.Craig Armstrong delivers a really good musical score. It's a shame this score hasn't gotten a CD release, even nearly ten years after this film came out. However, the soundtrack is awesome. There are lots of quality songs on that soundtrack. The cinematography by the Farrellys' current go-to cinematographer Matthew F. Leonetti is pretty solid. We get some really nice shots of Fenway Park and of the city of Boston. Also, if you're expecting some T&A, don't worry, you'll get it (watch the bike/cycle gym scene that takes place eight and a half minutes into the movie in case you don't believe me).FINAL SCORE: 8/10Some things could get a little too sappy and clichd, but overall, Fever Pitch manages to hit a home run, benefitting from an intelligently-written script, incredibly funny humor, and wonderful chemistry between Drew Barrymore and Jimmy Fallon. Fever Pitch is a sweet, hilarious, and genuine film, one of the better romantic comedies to come out, and one of my top five favorite films from the Farrelly brothers. I really enjoyed this film and I recommend it.