Billy Budd

Billy Budd

Billy is an innocent, naive seaman in the British Navy in 1797. When the ship's sadistic master-at-arms is murdered, Billy is accused and tried.

Billy is an innocent, naive seaman in the British Navy in 1797. When the ship's sadistic master-at-arms is murdered, Billy is accused and tried. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Sonny S (nl) wrote: Loved it. But then I was in it

Johnny T (de) wrote: Don't expect anything special or complex. Don't expect anything high brow at all. Don't even expect anything medium brow. It's low brow all the way. If you still believe in the Tooth Fairy or are young enough to remember the magic of pillow exchanges-teeth for money-you might think this is funny. Me? I was just creeped out and reminded that I'd better check all the doors and windows before I went to bed. The plot is essentially the same as the first no-bite comedy. A guy ruins the magic of believing in the Tooth Fairy for a youngster, and the next thing you know he's sentenced to do time as one of the regional fairies to make amends. Weak sequel lacks laughs, clarity, and likeable characters. So in essence, "Tooth Fairy 2" is the same plot as "The Tooth Fairy," only on a much smaller budget and with more flab than rippling muscles. And it plays out exactly that way. VERDICT: "Hit The Exits" - [Panned Reaction] These are some of the worst films ever made. These films do everything wrong and do it worse than bad. Audiences should never see this film under any circumstances! (Films that are rated 0.5 or 1 stars)

John R (kr) wrote: Great movie in the style of 'you are there as it happened'. Just returned from Ireland and toured the town of Derry. So sad to know what those poor people endured back during The Troubles. Glad to see peace returning. Derry is a beautiful city! And so were the people we met there.

John R (mx) wrote: Not a bad movie. Definitely not a good movie, but it was enjoyable. Had I seen it on TV before knowing who Dolph Lundgren was, I'd have thought it was a Sci-Fi Original.Dolph Lungren + .50 BMG = Badass. Period.

Meredith W (it) wrote: I've always quite liked this movie and I'm not sure why. Floppy-haired Hugh Grant plays a man whose life with girlfriend Julianne Moore is near perfect... until she announces her pregnancy. He has to decide whether he wants to be a father and give up his old life. With Tom Arnold, Robin and Joan Cusack there is much comic talent of display in the formulaic but enjoyable film.

Phil P (es) wrote: It wasn't all that bad.

Dustin D (mx) wrote: (Regarding the American cut, not the bloated, mean-spirited original version.) Cinema Paradiso is a beautiful coming-of-age story involving nostalgia and a love of the movies. We get to know the characters in a small town in Sicily, and are transported in time and space.

Cory O (it) wrote: A great western movie with a perfect balance of action, drama, and comedy.

Patrick L (au) wrote: "Love the Coopers? How about "Hate the Coopers" for taking away two hours out of our lives"Movie Review: Love the CoopersDate Viewed: November 19 2015Directed By Jessie Nelson (Corrina, Corrina and I Am Sam)Written By Steven RogersStarring: Alan Arkin, John Goodman, Diane Keaton, Olivia Wilde, Ed Helms, Jake Lacy,Anthony Mackie, Marisa Tomei, June Squibb,Amanda Seyfried, Alex Borstein, Timothee Chalamet, Maxwell Simkins, Dan Amboyer and Blake Baumgartner.The first Christmas turkey of 2015 has arrived already. I expect "Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road to Chiphell" to be the ultimate holiday turkey of the year but it may have some competition. It is not only the worst holiday comedy since "Deck the Halls", it also features an amazing ensemble cast. It stars Alan Arkin, John Goodman, Diane Keaton, Marisa Tomei, Anthony Mackie, Olivia Wilde, Ed Helms, Amanda Seyfried and June Squibb from "Nebraska". What were they all thinking of? This Christmas movie has no fun at all. Nobody is having a good time, various family members get involved in embarrassing situations, unexpected events and arguments ensue and the movie's narrator is the family dog who's voiced by Steve Martin. The dog doesn't actually talk but the narration is unnecessary and feels completely hackneyed. This movie even touches on one of Fox News' favorite subjects, "The War on Christmas". I thought we were all past this silly issue, guess not. After being layed off from his job, Hank (Ed Helms) can't afford any Christmas presents for his kids so his daughter says these four words throughout the entire movie, "You're such a dick!" WOW Movie! You're going downhill really fast! Meanwhile, Hank's parents, Sam and Charlotte Cooper (John Goodman and Diane Keaton) are struggling to keep their marriage alive and Hank's arrogant and self-loathing sister, Eleanor (Olivia Wilde) is desperate to find a boyfriend to bring with for her Thanksgiving dinner.When Eleanor meets a G.I. Joe and Christian conservative named Joe (Jake Lacy), she needs him to pretend to be her boyfriend because she doesn't want her mother to brag about marriage and disappointment. The Coopers' gruff-ass grandfather Bucky (Alan Arkin) befriends a diner waitress named Ruby (Amanda Seyfried). The relationship between Bucky and Ruby is the most believable element of "Love the Coopers" and I wish the movie were about them. Unfortunately, Arkin and Seyfried are not playing real characters here, they're just cashing a big holiday paycheck. Also, Charlotte's sister, Emma (Marisa Tomei) gets arrested for shoplifting and she gets to take a ride along with Officer Percy Williams (Anthony Mackie). The two of them of course have a long conversation about their holiday troubles and Spoiler Alert! Percy lets Emma go allowing her to spend quality time with her family. Then we have Oscar nominee June Squibb as Aunt Fishy who is suffering from severe dementia.Oh "Love the Coopers", just stop it! So many characters! So many subplots! So many terrible jokes! So many arguments and misunderstandings! Kill me now. This picture is nothing more than a giant lump of coal. Most of these actors are playing pale imitations of characters they played dozens of times before. Not a single line of dialogue in Steven Rogers' script is believable and Jessie Nelson's (Corrina, Corrina and I Am Sam) direction is pedestrian and lazy. Nelson was also responsible for writing "Stepmom", "The Story of Us", "Because I Said So" (which also starred Diane Keaton) and "Fred Claus". Yep, that's a pretty stale resume.Diane Keaton has already played the mother patriarch role before in "The Family Stone" ten years ago. Why does she want to play this part again? Has her distinguished career finally gone down the toilet? First "Because I Said So", "The Big Wedding", "And So It Goes" and now this? Keaton it's time to find a new agent. Alan Arkin and the always warm and likable John Goodman should really know better, they were in "Argo" together for crying out loud. Ed Helms, Marisa Tomei, Olivia Wilde, Anthony Mackie... everybody in this movie is capable of doing better work than this. "Love the Coopers" is like a piece of your grandmother's awful fruitcake, it's terrible on the inside and on the outside. The same can be said for the movie itself and it's terrible-looking trailers and TV ads.I have a feeling that everyone involved with "Love the Coopers" is going to be on Santa's naughty list this year. It is that bad. Even Old St. Nick would say, HO! HO! HO! HO! HO! NOOOO! "Love the Coopers" is another turkey to add on my list for the Worst Movies of the year.

Dimitri C (de) wrote: An excellent horror anthology. Maybe not the best, but one of the most clever.