Railroad owner Dagny Taggart and steel mogul Henry Rearden search desperately for the inventor of a revolutionary motor as the U.S. government continues to spread its control over the national economy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Atlas Shrugged II: The Strike
Railroad owner Dagny Taggart and steel mogul Henry Rearden search desperately for the inventor of a revolutionary motor as the U.S. government continues to spread its control over the national economy.
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Nathan M (ru) wrote: A great concert documentary, but an even better investigation into hipster culture and what it means to be an artist in the minds of some.
Al M (it) wrote: AL's Disclaimer: Don't watch The Bunny Game unless you are one of my select sicko friends. That being said, I actually didn't find The Bunny Game all that disturbing. Exquisitely filmed with breathtaking/haunting Black and White cinematography, the film is intelligent and brutal, but I ultimately felt like it didn't build towards a truly brutal conclusion like such films should. It starts off with an absolutely brilliant pairing of shots that equate suffocation with rough oral sex. And the film's opening is ultimately more interesting than where it goes. The Bunny Game itself is interesting but is too short and not elaborated enough. A solid effort at artistic yet brutal transgressive cinema, The Bunny Game just didn't quite reach the heights that it could have.
Heather S (us) wrote: This a heartwarming fun watch year after year! We love it!
Jillian L (jp) wrote: This is a lot of fun. Does it exactly make sense? Not really. For some inexplicable reason, whenever the group plays on something, the cop can't hear any noise from that object anymore. (They played on a guy, he can't hear anything that guy says, etc.) You never get why that is, but it does lead to the end, so the movie gets away with it. It is also cool how they pinpointed one sound to take out, while everything else in the world was still there. The main reasons to watch this, however, is the music. The percussion pieces have this really fun Stomp feel to them, but on a much larger scale. All of the musicians are awesome, and whoever actually composed all of the pieces is a genius. It's also fun trying to figure out where they are going next, and solving the mystery along with the cop character, who is also a lot of fun, being born tone deaf in a family full of famous classical musicians. Overall, this is a lot of fun and definitely worth a watch.
Jennifer M (mx) wrote: Ending was a lil weird
jason c (nl) wrote: all the skulls were good but 1st kicked ass
Robert P (it) wrote: Powerful acting from Alan and great script (of course) from Dennis. Mysterious and enticing
Matthew J (fr) wrote: "Married to the Mob" suffers from the problem most (if not all) mafia-related films suffer from and that is the fact that the good guys (in this case the FBI) can never be as interesting as the bad guys (in this case the Mafia) specially if there's Dean Stockwell involved on the other side. In the light of this I failed to see Matthew Modine as the hero of the film and I found myself rooting all the way through for the mafia to win and when they of course don't I found myself slightly sad. The problem lies partly in Modine's performance. It is so goofy, uncharismatic and (at times) creepy that I hoped more and more that he'd just disappear (be reassigned to find the Black Lodge if there's any luck). More over as the secondary romantic lead, the otherwise good Michelle Pfeifer poses for a contradictory character (first being a first class bully with a pee-sized brain and than suddenly turning into this kind, considerate and intelligent person). I never found myself much involved in their mediocre love story that takes up half the film. On the other side (the Mafia side) we have the ever-so-brilliant Dean Stockwell in a charismatic, hilarious and yet strangely realistic performance as the mob boss Tony "The Tiger" Russo who is afraid of nothing but his wife played brilliantly by Mercedes Ruehl. There are several great scenes featuring either of them (like the one in which she threatens Pfeifer by breaking a package of eggs with her bare hands or the action scene in which Stockwell has a shoot out with a clown in a parking lot of a drive-through). The problem (again) lies in the inability to marry the two stories in a satisfying narrative. The movie jumps from one side-story to another with a reckless disregard of the main story involving the murders of Alec Baldwin and Nancy Travis (another pair of performances better than the ones given by Pfeifer and Modine). The film does eventually come together to a great climax in Miami (possibly the only satisfying part of the movie actually featuring Modine) but it somehow feels too late. I do however have to admit liking "Married to the Mob" to a fault and enjoying it while it lasted. It's entertaining as long as you aren't in it for the love story.
Trent R (es) wrote: Lau Kar Leung directing in top form with Shaw regulars: a classic! It's heavier on the comedy than his more recent "Drunken Monkey" or work in the early parts of "Drunken Master 2". The Hung Gar variations on display may annoy some in the effort made to emulate a twitching monkey. Nonetheless, it really delivers in the end. I recommend seeing this widescreen, in Cantonese with decent subs.
Suncica M (kr) wrote: Excellent film, pre-Deer Hunter-like. Structure is good and I liked it, but it's definitely not one of the best films I've ever watched.
PAM (jp) wrote: The car was great! Saw this movie on one of my very first "dates". I loved it. The plot was stupid, but I just loved the car.
Rodney E (es) wrote: This has to be one of the most forgettable movies of the 90's. Does it suck? Mostly. Maybe it's that "Got You Where I Want You" song that I have a soft spot for and I'm not even sure why I even kind of like that song. I don't recall why I saw this as it looked bad in 98 yet I still watched it and recalled thinking that while it wasn;t very good it wasn't as bad as what I thought it would be. But this is entirely forgettable and even as I rated this before I wrote this I even forgot that I gave it a star rating. Maybe I was a victim of a mind wash like the teens in this. Wasn't that the plot? Teens being brainwashed? Still I have no desire to see this again.