Gigantes do Rink

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Sarabeth C (gb) wrote: I actually liked this more than I thought I would. My friends and I pick up random suspense/thriller/horror flicks from time to time and most of them are so badly made that it's painful to watch. This one at least kept our attention.

Alexander K (au) wrote: You have the golden locks of David Lee RothI can see how this movie is compared to Napoleon Dynamite because it's weird/different, but it's not as stellar as that movie. The cheezy rock music throughout the movie was great. Can't believe Adrian Grenier is in this. Nothing like his role in Entourage. The way he treats women in this flick is hilarious.

Kinho M (au) wrote: A solid sports drama. Captures the essence of the youth in that time and place. Good acting all around. It's engaging and has a positive message. It's why you watch sports dramas.

Erno K (mx) wrote: Total waste of time. I didn't get anything out of this movie. The lead character is a sad, depressing figure and there is no decent plot to be found. Nothing happens! Except Pacino being a sad, depressing, boozing, broken man. And they even kill him in the end. Yay. He complains about his life throughout the film and then they kill him. He gets absolutely nothing done. I don't get this movie. Why even make such a useless thing? No wonder I had never heard about it before. Nobody ever should! Thank the heavens for the technology of fast forwarding.

Alex S (ca) wrote: While it's not as funny as I think it could've been, it packs plenty of laughs and shows how much of a joke politics is nowadays. John Travolta and Adrien Lester do surprisingly good jobs as their characters and the movie even has a lot of emotion in it. Overall a good satire.

stefano l (kr) wrote: A gothic version of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hide, with a lot of tension and suspance (in the ideas of Stephen Frears). Well...a bit of a rape for the book I think!

Chris W (fr) wrote: It may have been released in 1981, but this film sure has the look, feel, and sounds of the 1970s all over, and that's just fine by me. This is a gritty, cynical, yet still entertaining film about a nistly decent but burnt out veteran beat cop dealing with the continually worsening decay that has overtaken The Bronx. The film is somewhat of a character study, and it has a very loose, episodic flow, instead of a rigidly structured plot. I think this helps the film. However, there are a few scenes that feel like they've been suddenly cut short, and the transitions between them feel really abrupt and choppy. Aside from that though, I don't have too many other issues. I mean the film is guilty of numerous genre cliches, but what film isn't? Newman does a pretty good and believable job in the lead. As his love interest, a nurse who also happens to be a junkie, Rachel Ticotin is okay, but not really excellent or anything. Pam Grier (who sadly doesn't have as much screen time as I had hoped) has a small but memorable supporting role as a junkie prostitute/murderer. She does a really good job, and exhibits some fine method acting. Her memoir gives some intersting details about how she prepared for this movie, as well as some good information about it in general. Asner, Wahl, and Aiello are also all likewise decent.What works best here though, is the location shooting, and the cinematography. It was shot on location throughout The Bronx, and things look quite realistic, run down and grimy. There's some really good long deep focus shots and some nice lighting and framing here as well. As much as I liked this movie, I can't say I'd want to visit that place during that time. I liked the music, but I could have used more of it.Give this one a shot. The critics seem to miss the point with this one. Yeah, it's not really innovative, but it's pretty decently made, has great atmosphere, look, mood, and tone, the performances are good, and it's pretty watchable and entertaining. What more, really, could you ask for?

David H (au) wrote: Classic Noel Coward, and a good adaptation of this play. Great cast, many of whom repeat the roles they played in the stage play. Recommend. Margaret Rutherford alone is worth the price of admission.

Jamie M (us) wrote: i just want to watch it because of the name!

gary t (mx) wrote: well umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n i was impressed with this movie..its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie..i think that both john wayne n adele mara play good parts throughout this movie....i think that the director of this Action & Adventure, Drama, Classics movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect thorughout this movie...its an enjoyable movie 2 watch,,,i think that the gun shoot outs n the fight scenes are pretty kewl throughout this movie..its a good Action & Adventure, Drama, Classics movie 2 watch