Cats Don't Dance
Danny, an ambitious singing/dancing cat, goes to Hollywood and overcomes several obstacles to fulfill his dream of becoming a movie star.
- Stars:Esa Pakarinen, Masa Niemi, Siiri Angerkoski, Tapio Rautavaara, Helvi Aunio, Tuija Halonen, Pentti Irjala, Kullervo Kalske, Uljas Kandolin, Kauko Kokkonen, Arvo Lehesmaa, Heimo Lepistö, Åke Lindman, Irja Rannikko, Kaarlo Saarnio, Scott Bakula, Jasmine Guy, Natalie Cole, Ashley Peldon, Lindsay Ridgeway, Kathy Najimy, John Rhys-Davies, George Kennedy, Rene Auberjonois, Betty Lou Gerson, Hal Holbrook, Matthew Herried, Don Knotts, Frank Welker, David Johansen,
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Luke B (jp) wrote: Cold Fish is a dank, dark and highly unlikable film...that I just so happened to really like. It sees a meek and feeble fish store owner, Syamoto, come into contact with a much more confident fish store owner, who gives his troublesome daughter a job. But things aren't as they seem once Syamoto is dragged through a world of sex, murder, disembowelment, business and crime. Syamoto is pushed to the very edge of his humanity by a group of depraved and sickening characters. Fortunately it's helmed by Shion Sono, one of the greatest handlers of dark material. He knows when to make us gag and when to make us laugh. We feel at ease with the material because it is so outside of our protected worlds (hopefully). The pace builds fantastically, from a slow beginning, as we are gradually pulled in to this grim reality, which is based on a true story. It looks at the role of men and women in society, and how the inability to handle emotions can spiral out of control. One of the most pleasant unpleasant watches of recent years.
Piotr J (mx) wrote: A Brazilian-Argentinian movie about prisoner's life in a famous CARANDIRU prison in So Paulo. A doctor wants to work in prison on an AIDS program. THe movie is shown from his perspective as well as prisoners. Well directed by Hector Babenco (Argentinian) and cinematography by Walter Carvalho (Brazylian).Very realistic, very dramatic, very convincing...Carandiru was one of the largest and most violent prisons in Latin America...8000 prisoners lived there in a space designed just for 4000...The events that happen in final scenes of the movie happened in rea and are known as Carandiru Massacre.R-rated movie for strong language, violence and sexual content...Good movie but maybe not for everyone ...
David S (us) wrote: Director likes Latin Jazz, films some cool people playing it. Not a dud in the bunch.
Joe G (au) wrote: Awesome concept, great movie, and suprisingly moving. Where can I find it on dvd?
Gregory W (br) wrote: another quirky "western" from Altman
Matt R (gb) wrote: A rousing courtroom drama, with thought-provoking reflections on what it means to be free.
simon S (fr) wrote: I love chucky but this one could have been a lot better the story was lacking
Michael T (fr) wrote: Sigourney Weaver hams it up in this dark version of the fairy tale.