A hippie radical, Huey Walker has been a fugitive for decades, accused of a crime that he may not have committed. Finally apprehended, Walker is escorted to trial by uptight 20-something FBI agent John Buckner. While the two seem to be polar opposites, it turns out that Buckner may have more in common with Walker than is initially apparent, a point that is driven home when the pair faces off against a sinister small-town sheriff.

In 1989, clean-cut FBI man John Buckner is detailed to escort heavily-bearded Huey Walker back to jail for offences dating back to his days as a celebrated hippy radical. After Walker dupes... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Dan M (gb) wrote: The fighting scenes are cool, the cinematography was great and the backdrops looked amazing. Zhang Ziyi, beautiful.. but this was kinda dull, not gonna lie. The fact that this was the story(well sorta anyways) about Bruce Lee's teacher was pretty neat.

Inta K (es) wrote: mm.. idea is not bad.. but not one of the best afterdark movies.

Private U (de) wrote: A gem of a movie, very moving and a beautifully crafted portrait of life in modern rural Ireland.

Fernando S (jp) wrote: Simptica, nada del otro mundo

Colm M (ca) wrote: Refreshingly original premise with a nice twist even if it is unrealistic. What is realistic are the characters the interactions and the outcomes. Scandinavia can always be relied on in this regard.

Joseph A (us) wrote: This movie is ok, if not very sad but somewhat hopeful I suppose.

Jack W (ag) wrote: Decent acting, some dramatic moments and brutal fight scenes - Green Street is a rare example of a decent football hooligan film.

Mohammed A (kr) wrote: It's good movie to watch

Randy L (ca) wrote: don't know why this movie did so poorly... as a scientist, this movie was very entertaining and I have promoted this movie to no end. Not for the dull, institutionalized or liberals--just not smart enough to enjoy the marvelous creativity

Tor H (jp) wrote: Stjernespekket og kaotisk videreutvikling av miljet fra "Smoke". Brer preg av vre delvis improvisert, men er tidvis svrt morsom.

Glenn C (jp) wrote: The Legend of Boggy Creek was the first film of it's kind. Its the movie that gave life to the faux-documentary which later heavily influenced The Blair Witch Project and subsequent mockumentaries. To fully appreciate Boggy Creek you need to put it into context. Ask any Gen-Xer who saw it as a kid and they'll tell you it scared the shit out of them. Of course with today's standards, its hokey. It investigates the legend of Sasquatch (Bigfoot) in a small Arkansas town where locals are convinced it roams the backwoods. Livestock go missing and shrieking howls haunt the town at night. The film follows several characters as they hunt for the creature and it's genuinely creepy. Lots of anticipation builds to a suspenseful story with frightened townfolk being spooked. It was made in 1972 and the format was unique to audiences. Of course it constantly breaks from it's doco approach into a straight narrative and Im not even sure its aware of it... but kudos needs to be given to them for giving audiences something audacious and new. While maintaining a safe G rating, it has the ability to truly unnerve those who are willing to step back in time and appreciate it's significance.

Patrick M (ca) wrote: I'll maybe revisit it in the future, but for now I have to say that it was really boring.A film about how every man has evil inside him waiting to come out. A thief (Alain Delon) that kind of looks like George Clooney meets up with a murderer and together they plan a heist.I'm looking forward to watching all of Melville's filmography, but I haven't been all that impressed with this and "Army of Shadows". Not only did it not impress me at all, it also failed to leave me with something to think about like Stanley Kubrick movies when I first experienced them, I wasn't a big fan at first, but after all weeks of not being able to get his films out of my mind I realized I had experienced something I had never felt before and had taken a while to really appreciate them.I didn't feel anything for the characters, they all felt like elements forced to do something for the greater meaning of the movie which is that all men are guilty. I probably wouldn't have watched it if it weren't for Quentin Tarantino's love for Melville's work, but I can say that I might enjoy it a bit more after seeing it again like I did with Godard's films.The only thing saving it from me giving it a lower rating is that the cinematography was pretty good, other than that I don't see what all the love is about.

Walter M (nl) wrote: "Daisies" is an experimental film from Czechoslovakia about two young women(Ivana Karbanova & Jitka Cerhova) who mostly just hang out all the time in their apartment(one might have a job or not), in one case literally. For food, they conspire to get free meals out of middle aged men before sending them on their way at the train station. All of which is shot in black and white and color and everything in between with any number of filters, accentuated by sound and visual effects. This is all very playful and that's pretty much it. Well, except for the opening and closing sequences which contain archival shots of aerial bombardments. To paraphrase the epigraph at the end of the movie, compared to people killing each other in a war, what these two women get up to is so minor that it is not worth complaining about. Since "Daisies" was made in 1966, maybe it has little to do with what was going on in Czechoslovakia at the time but maybe elsewhere like the escalating war in Vietnam, especially considering this was two years after the infamous 'Daisy' political ad.

Erika F (jp) wrote: I'm hoping for authentic Scottish accents.

Tori M (ca) wrote: Has some beautiful shots, but the plot is not very engaging and wastes the potential of the cast.

madeitrun r (mx) wrote: Hanya lil' steph yg membuat terpesona seperti di street dance..