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Art S (ru) wrote: Actually from 1974, this is considered by Kiarostami to be his first proper feature: A neo-realist tale of a neglected boy (in pre-revolutionary Iran) who wants to go to a big soccer match in Tehran, but needs money to do so. The boy is like 10 years old, so this is quite an adventure, and involves numerous transgressions (creating suspense about what will happen both in the near future and to this boy as he grows up). Foreshadows some of Kiarostami's themes and mature style.
Alok V (nl) wrote: Eh. Nothing special. Maybe children would enjoy it -- but since its so long and gets kind of slow and draggy in the middle, I doubt any child would have the patience to watch the whole thing.
bill s (de) wrote: Cheadle and Ejiofor are terrific in this fun,fast paced biopic.
FilmGrinder S (jp) wrote: Made tolerable, by Madea and her brother.
Kevin R (fr) wrote: Never ask for a soda unless you're prepared to pay the check Rocky grew up the son of a boxer. His father never got to live out his dream due to legal concerns and marital commitment. Rocky wasn't smart enough to see he was following the same path until a trainer grabs his arm and tells him he could get paid for the reasons he often finds himself in jail. Rocky quickly becomes a famous boxer on the verge of becoming a champion but his legal past and potential marriage threats to ruin his chances of becoming a champion. "I look at you and I see the devil." Robert Wise, director of West Side Story, Audrey Rose, Helen of Troy, The Body Snatcher, Blood on the Moon, and The House on Telegraph Hill, delivers Somebody Up There Likes Me. The storyline for this picture reminded me of a mix of Cool Hand Luck and Raging Bull in the way that it presents both prison sequences and the rise of a boxer through the slums. The acting is magnificent and the cast includes Paul Newman, Arch Johnson, Harold Stone, Robert Duvall, Sal Mineo, and Steve McQueen. "I didn't marry a man, did I? I married a middleweight." This is a movie that grabbed my attention when I discovered that it starred Steve McQueen and Paul Newman; unfortunately, McQueen only had a bit role. Fortunately, Paul Newman is awesome and delivers a captivating performance as good as De Niro's performance in Raging Bull (which is my all time favorite Scorsese picture). While Newman's performance is awesome, the picture is a bit predictable and seemed a lot like Rocky (Stallone) in some scenes. Overall, this is a must see film for those who love triumphant boxing pictures. "There goes another little grease ball on his way." Grade: B+
James H (ru) wrote: First rate crime revenge drama, a good film noir example. Great black and white cinematography and a fine cast, particularly Dick Powell. Well made, suspenseful. The slow pacing really works for the film.
Paula M (us) wrote: Thomas Jane and John Cusack in a very low budget movie the plot was good but the action sequences left something to be desired. not a bad flick but could have been so much better.
Conrad T (it) wrote: This movie starts at an earlier life of Steve Jobs, when he was in university. Not as good as the later production by the name of Steve Jobs played by Michael F.
Connor F (ca) wrote: It walks and talks like a brainless Michael Bay production, yet it isn't. Just another crazy Nicolas Cage action film, except with a little more spunk and sophistication than most of his movies. So fun it will "fly" by in no time.