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A team from the United States is going to compete against Korea in a Tae Kwon Do tournament. The team consists of fighters from all over the country--can they overcome their rivalry and work together to win?
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Bernard B (mx) wrote: A 3 word review: utterly ridiculous trash.
April W (us) wrote: Interesting POV about the ratings board!
Bilbo B (jp) wrote: Really awful attempt at a britsh urban drama. Find a 1980 film called babylon instead, yes a uk film yes probably the worlds first urban/ghetto film see what came before boyz in the hood, la haine and city of god. As for life and lyrics it pales in comparison to other modern uk urban films like bullet boy, rage, kidulthood, rolling with the nines, a way of life. All much better films.[FONT=Times New Roman][SIZE=][COLOR=]
Eric L (ca) wrote: Changing Lanes is one of those films where the two protagonists duke it out under escalating circumstances that threaten to completely ruin their lives. One man (Samuel Jackson) is an is a divorced alcoholic fighting for custody of his kids. The other is a blissfully unaware lawyer (Ben Affleck) who wakes up to some dark truths about his business and how greedy people succeed.These characters struggle with their conditions in thought provoking ways that raise philosophical questions without overduing it or neglecting the momentum of the story. By not pushing too hard on the philosophy aspect, it becomes a very philosophical movie, one with a real resolution that brings a proper end to the drama of the film.It all starts with a freeway accident between two strangers with important court dates. Gavin leaves Doyle high and dry and as a result Doyle misses a custody hearing. Gavin's day gets worse when he realizes a crucial file for his case was left with Doyle at the scene of the accident. The two then irrationally, but understandably, try to bully/get back at each other as Gavin attempts to get his file back.The rising conflict is a little harder to watch. On the other hand the film does a terrific job of making you care about the characters and still understand that they are bringing all of this trouble onto themselves and that they deserve each other. For this reason their constant unraveling is endurable and the depth of thought beneath the tumult makes it worth watching and investing in.It's a delicate sort of film and this movie was handled by a surgeon. The story and screenplay credit goes to Chap Taylor, although Michael Tolkin gets screenplay credit as well and may have been the surgical hands involved. A
Ryan C (ag) wrote: "Invincible" tells the true story of Vince Papale, a South Philly bartender who made the Philadelphia Eagles at an open tryout. Through an inspiring performance from Mark Wahlberg, "Invincible" is a decent sports flick that does embellish Papale's career quite a bit (he really wasn't that great), but it's a gritty, fun movie for the entire family.
Alejandro A (au) wrote: The dialogs, just the dialogs, very inteligent. You can see, and feel the chamestry between the actors. The casting was briliant, a movie made by friends, you can see that. Strong personalities, powerful story, very close to those who came from similar enviroments. LIfe is a bitch in a very beautiful way...
michelle c (ru) wrote: a nice film, makes you wonder what if you could send a letter to God what would you write? and what if He answers back.
Katie (it) wrote: you can only watch this when eatting mint ice cream
Pawel B (ca) wrote: interesting version of the gangster movie.