Gang Tapes

Gang Tapes

When a brutal carjacking yields a videocamera, a teenage boy decides to document his life and the lives of his fellow gangbangers.

When a brutal carjacking yields a videocamera, a teenage boy decides to document his life and the lives of his fellow gangbangers. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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PS H (ru) wrote: Mugamoodi Inspirations from many Hollywood superhero & martial art themed movies. the movie is 40% of Batman, 40% of Ip Man, 5% of Spiderman, 5% of Mortal Compact, 8% of other Super hero movies & 2% of Sin city! felt the movie dragging from the beginning till last scene. but compensated by the overall performance and effort of Jeeva made it worth watching!"Mugamoodi" is Good, but not good enough!

W James S (ca) wrote: Very strange little movie with some interesting cameos from some minor but familiar TV stars. It's violent and bizarre and not particularly entertaining.

Dolby M (fr) wrote: The best of the first four Underworld movies - great action and awesome brutalist buildings abound.

Richard D (gb) wrote: I have trouble being too hard on this film. What the concept promises is a hotel with a bunch of cute pups running around it, and it really delivers on that promise. You don't just get a hotel full of dogs, you also get a whole bunch of fancy contraptions that feed and entertain the dogs and take care of all of their needs. What surrounds this central idea is not too challenging ... orphans, evil step parents, a non-threatening teenage love interest for the girl orphan, friends who just come out of nowhere and volunteer to help, evil dog catchers and Don Cheadle. I won't for one second suggest that this is a conventionally good movie, but I kind of enjoyed it in a "don't think very hard about any of it" kind of way.

Samantha D (gb) wrote: I maybe want to see this movie.

Liam U (au) wrote: Impressive and surprisingly good. Extremely well acted by the kids aswell as the adults, creating either genuinely likeable or utterly hideous characters. Often quite harrowing to watch, even moreso considering it is based on a true story, this movie is exceedingly good at tapping into emotions. Definitely well worth a watch.

Jordan K (au) wrote: Maverick is an all star western comedy with a fun nature and a fun main character. The acting is superb, as Gibson's glory days really are shown here. One of the best TV to film adaptations.Maverick is a tale of cons and poker. Smooth talker and poker champ Bret Maverick and thief Annabelle Branford are determined to get to a poker championship and get the large sum of money needed for it in a series of cons, leading into a big reveal in the end on who should have trusted who.Maverick is good fun and one of the notable comedy westerns of film. It's not perfect and Maverick can be pretty forgettable, albeit not very bland, just forgettable. Gibson especially stands out as a convincing character and a likable one, as does Foster but hers can get a little stale after a while. Maverick is a good watch but isn't one of the most remembered films of its kind.

Samantha G (us) wrote: An excellent movie. Great ensemble cast with Leslie Howard as the wondering tramp and Humphrey Bogart as a hardened criminal. Each character's story is wonderfully portrayed through a great script. Definitely a bittersweet ending but worth the watch all the way.

Donnie B (nl) wrote: "your firm, young... body... commingling with... withered flesh... sagging breasts... flabby b-b-buttocks... makes me want... to vomit." Enough said.

Najd G (it) wrote: In one scene, Colin Farrell mutters "you two are weird" to a midget and his hooker, and I feel like this quick exchange encapsulates the entire movie.It's hard for me to get behind a movie that has no likeable characters, but the plot is so well-developed and the characters are so interesting (particularly Ralph Fiennes' character) and the comedy comes so far out of left-field that, against my better judgment, I really enjoyed this film.

Paul R (ru) wrote: Offbeat, weird, dystopian. Just what you expect from Terry Gilliam.