Hoop Reality

Hoop Reality

Hoop Reality is the sequel to the 1995 documentary "Hoop Dreams" and explores what happened during the last decade from where "Hoop Dreams" left off. It follows the original basketball hero past his dream and into reality, examining where life has carried him over the decade, and taking a look at where he is today, as the torch gets passed to the next dream seeker. Along the way he mentors and inspires the up-and-coming basketball star, Patrick Beverly, who leads his team, the Marshal Commandos, for the first time since the original "Hoop Dreams", to the State Finals.

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Justin P (kr) wrote: What can be noted as the best DC Animated film; Under the Red hood is an hour and a half epic that takes countless turns to become an insanely engaging story. Even if you're aware of the source material and the twists it can present, it doesn't change the film's near-flawless pacing. Complaints can be noted towards a group of warriors sent to stop Batman, and the action while creative in that sequence ultimately is stale...luckily that's the only SLIGHT misstep from an otherwise near-flawless movie. A perfect movie to get introduced into the DC-Animated world, and the best DC-Animated movie to date.

Leah F (ag) wrote: A new definition of 'dirty old man'. Interesting story in some parts. Funny at others. I'm glad I didn't pay to see it.

Logan B (de) wrote: Do not watch this movie. It is terrible. The second is much better (5 stars). If you have work to do and you watch this movie, you'll be wasting time. As I said, do not watch this movie.

Yana A (ag) wrote: that story wouldnt ocuur in life, that's for sure, and not in russia, but i am interested in nuclear problems, that's why i watched it.and this is true that authorities often didnt care about the workers and what was happening in reactors.i think the end sucked.kinda hilarious that Jason Flemyng played a russian gangsta, but he was better in lock,stock,and 2 smocking barrels.

Stephen C (it) wrote: crap of the highest order I hated this film and I'm fairly willing to let most things slide .its hard to care about a film when most of the characters are so hatefulJustin Timberlake is good but it can't save what is a Scarface wannabe that can't touch that film in the interesting stakes.Bruce Willis turns up in a hairpiece and adds nothing and Sharon Stones prosthetic makeup is so bad in the latter parts of the film you can as Eric Morecambe used to say see the join.Somebody said I wasn't in the right frame of mind to watch this film.Well I was and I really don't know why you would want to spend your time with these people .Awful with a capital A

Sean D (ru) wrote: Open Water was impeccable garbage. And was so for a number of reasons not short of including things such as, but not limited to; the world's dumbest and most stupid people. The latter of the plot is just completely horrible and stupid. Our married main characters are so stupid, especially the guy and the film just wastes so much time and it's so boring. Pass this film immediately and don't look back!

bill s (nl) wrote: One of Altman's best has a fabulous cast,wonderful settings and a wry style with usual dry British wit to go with a great script,other than that it's mediocre.

Serdar S (mx) wrote: Nielsen's second worst.

Jairo A (mx) wrote: The critics liked this movie, the audience did not...I agree with the rest of the audience. The killer, the actors, the plot are all generic. As a horror film it doesn't provide many scares, very mediocre film. I gave this movie a chance but I just couldn't get into it...and I like horror movies! 5/10 or 2.5/5

Grifty G (mx) wrote: Dark, funny, and occasionally shocking satire about the decay of America, especially New York, in the 70's. One of the great Elliot Gould roles, and every supporting character is used to the fullest. Great cameos by Donald Sutherland and Alan Arkin (who directed), and Vincent Gardenia as the father -in-law is hilarious. The dialog in this is great. This is an overlooked film you should check out.

Allen G (it) wrote: While it doesn't stand its ground when viewed as anything other than a movie for kids, it's still an okay movie for kids. It's not one of the rare gems that the whole family will likely enjoy but the genre could, and has, done a lot worse.I feel that it's only fair to take into consideration a film's target audience when judging it and this is most important with regards to children's films. Indeed, the true greats from The Wizard of Oz to Toy Story hold up in anyone's eyes but most films in this genre aren't so lucky. Bearing this in mind, I think that Nim's Island pretty much achieves what it sets out to do- it's an enjoyable kid's film with an interesting idea here or there to make it all feel like less of a mission for the older members of the audience.While it does retain much of the downsides from other films of the genre- simplistic characters, nonsense storylines, etc., it also has a nice feel to it and a story with enough going on that one could become emotionally invested in it- certainly younger viewers anyway.It's a good looking film (unnecessary CGI aside) and the acting is fine (though no one is at their best with Breslin seeming to come out on top) but it's the story that makes this one work. It's predictable and far from complex but I think it may have some interesting elements from the eyes of a child.Connecting with fantasy for example is a theme that is covered well here from various angles and the use of Butler's Alex Rover as a character that both of the heroines imagine in their own way, is pretty well-done and certainly would have kept me engaged as a kid. It also covers emotions without feeling overly-manipulative (again- for a kid's film anyway). It also succeeds in having a storyline told from the perspective of an adult at the forefront as well as one with a child which is important because too many kid's films are told solely from a kid's perspective or adult character's and dumbed down to the point that they may as well not be in there. Foster's Alex Rover and her battle with agoraphobia makes for a good adult-based element to the film. Sure, it wouldn't hold up outside of the context and it's still simplistic and humour-based but kids are still gonna like it more than if Rover's thoughts were just extensions of Nim's. Here we get that through Nim's expectations but we also get into Rover's head through her own self-doubt and it flows.Most kid's aren't likely to question how silly the film is or how basic its elements are- they are surely gonna look for something relatable, interesting, exciting and memorable and I think this film offers that. The adults probably won't fancy watching it on DVD wit them very often though...