French Connection II
"Popeye" Doyle travels to Marsailles to find Alain Charnier, the drug smuggler that eluded him in New York.
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Yvon M (au) wrote: It's OK, but a little over the top. Wait for it to come out in VHS.
Jason T (es) wrote: Solid action scenes despite a predictable by the numbers story.
Ella H (jp) wrote: Well I guess I'm a sucker for this kind of movies.
Natalie M (jp) wrote: Good history of the records business and what the artists perceived they were getting, often to their detriment.
Manal W (kr) wrote: Superb film. Loved itt!! It was amazing. Shahid was great as always andd kareena was good too.
Kyle A (es) wrote: Marion Cotillard gives one of the greatest onscreen performances ever, in a film that oozes with tragedy in nearly every moment. The end result leaves a lasting impact that stays in the gut the morning after. As sad as it is to watch, "La Vie en Rose" is refreshingly honest with its look at Edith Piaf's life.
Ash C (kr) wrote: just like china strike force..
Robert M (jp) wrote: If you want to rip -off The Thing, The Abyss, and Alien, fine; just don't make your movie so boring. It makes the movie all the more shameless.
Jeffrey M (br) wrote: While among Oliver Stone's less known work, Talk Radio is one of his most interesting films nonetheless. The film looks at a shock radio personality, whose shtick both endears him to some and alienates him from others, culminating in his eventual death, being based on actual events.Taking place predominately in one setting, a radio studio, Stone was able to create a very noticeable level of intensity and earnestness, albeit a very confined intensity. This is a testament to his style of scene building, with an especially keen sense of framing that both underscores the emotion of the scene, and creates great tension. This works, as the film is essentially a character study, and an exploration of the medium of radio as well, a medium both intensely personal and yet also impersonal.The performance by Eric Bogosian really anchors the film. His manic energy, his seeming callousness, his cynicism, embodies the role perfectly. Through the progression of the film, we see his character arc, which is done in both an authentic and organic way.The themes explored in Talk Radio are done well. It captures the societal fascination with decadence and the mundane in powerful way, while also being a commentary on our modern media culture. Some of the dialogue used in the radio scenes can be stilted at times, but it's always sold well by Bogosian.An overall underrated and overlooked smartly executed gem by Stone. 4/5 Stars
SarahLambert C (br) wrote: A wonderful movie with one of the greatest endings I have ever seen. Stewart Granger is great!
Augustine H (es) wrote: Can a pickpocket be a patriot? The Red Scare shown here may be way over the top but Communism indeed sucks by its nature. Great performance from Richard Widmark.
Benjamin W (us) wrote: A little slow to start, "Harakiri" is a classic, if not quintessential samurai film. Having less to do with ritualistic suicide, and everything to do with honor, this film digs deep into the plot and builds momentum until the very last drop of blood hits the floor . . .
Paul N (ag) wrote: What a good film, great t see Tom on top form.
Diana O (us) wrote: Aos de no verla!!!!!!!!!
Brinn O (es) wrote: Deep and thought provoking. A sad and chilling tale of Sy the Photo guy.
Bobby K (us) wrote: Average film. Thought it wouldv been a lot better. not enough depth to the ending
Riyad F (de) wrote: The simple yet brilliant mind of Charlie Kaufman. Enough said!