In Eli Regrets, we are submerged in the darkly comical life of a presumptuous teenager as he is faced with his impending manhood. As Eli enters into the world of timid love, hard drugs, and spilt milk, he must overcome his fears or face the ultimate regret of not knowing.
Eli Regrets... It's an often funny, somewhat heart wrenching look at the life of a boy just leaving high school and heading into a life with no real options: His mom's an alcoholic, his ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(de) wrote: "Whitey: USA v. James J. Bulger" does its best to wrap this long saga up but, as in real life, there's still too many questions unanswered and too many government officials not behind bars. This documentary shatters the illusion that those paid to protect citizens from murderers are no worse than the criminals they apprehend.
(fr) wrote: Watching former executioners reenact the crimes they are still proud of themselves for committing is warped and painful. The "film" they produce is somehow both disturbing and charming. The former mass-murderers are so simpleminded and lack any self-awareness of how awful their crimes were.
(nl) wrote: Pretty sure this is the second time I've watched this film and I still didn't really understand what was going on. It has a bit of a top notch cast of experienced US TV character actors and bizarrely Julianne Moore (I imagine her agent was sacked shortly afterwards). None of them can make head nor tail of the preposterous 'X-Files'-lite plot either.
(de) wrote: A sorrowful, deeply felt tale of a man lost in himself, trapped inside of a more sleazy tale of decadence. the two go hand in hand, and Modine is terrific, but at the very end it just kind of lost me. A shame, since at certain points it had me completely.
(gb) wrote: Entertaining if you like making fun of poorly thought out horror movies. Good thing I do!!
(ca) wrote: This one is just a bit to syrupy for its own good.
(fr) wrote: remeber the coffin magnifico made? nuff said
(us) wrote: This film was horrible. It did absolutely nothing for me. It wasn't funny. It wasn't charming. It wasn't dramatic. What was the point? Sometimes I wonder how actors don't just run away and hide mid-production with embarassment. I mean, they have to realize that the a film like this is going to suck. Diane Keaton, what were you thinking?
(br) wrote: Had to watch this in history class...lecture would have been preferable.
(fr) wrote: Showcases a serious and darker Bond closer to reality than past itterations. Dalton really shines in this edgy film, although at times the film feels like a Miami Vice episode. Still one of the best in the series proving once again why we need Bond...
(fr) wrote: Decent. It tries to be a lot more epic and sweeping than it is, not that Nolte doesn't give it his all...
(de) wrote: This Japanese sci-fi film is laughably bad. Why it took three directors escapes me. Relentlessly silly, dreadful special effects and the ultra cheap production is way too clearly evident.
(gb) wrote: What a great and fun and also very stylish heist film that is filled with great performances, adventure and dashes of comedy. The film is about a former Colonel named Hyde (Jack Hawkins) who recruits seven other former army officers whom are all the best in their respected fields of operations. He has been formulating a plan on robbing a bank and each man who joins him will receive 100,000 pounds for their services. Every detail is methodically thought out and planned for, or is it? The film is a fun and entertaining watch and while all the remakes of it are quite dreadful, the original here is a blast to watch!
(au) wrote: It's a B level boxing movie. It just so happens to have been directed by Robert Wise and stars a Paul Newman who is out to prove he's a contender in Hollywood. The result is a movie that never really surprises you, but you love it anyways. The first half is kick in the guts authentic and plays more like a gangster film. Second half is one of the great boxing films.
(it) wrote: Less than the sum of its parts.