In My Pocket
A harrowing journey down the dark spiral of drug addiction. As Stephen Jameson's carefully constructed life slowly falls apart, his belief system is shattered when he discovers that he's no longer the functioning addict that he once was.
- Stars:Gregory Smith, Zack Ward, Shantel VanSanten, Brendan Sexton III, Jamie McShane, Kaylee DeFer, Daphne Ramnath, Bostin Christopher, William O'Leary, Nana Visitor, Richard Brooks, Mo Gallini, Nick Holmes, Glenn Morshower, Saeid Esmaeilian,
- Director:David Lisle Johnson,
- Writer:Joseph Ferrugio, David Lisle Johnson
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(kr) wrote: the waste picture i have ever seen but the music is good
(br) wrote: It's the most depressing movie ever made (I've only seen it once in its entirety), but man oh man it's powerful. Gabourey Sidibe and Mo'Nique are absolutely incredible.
(fr) wrote: Would have liked to see fight seen at motel, especially with a main character losing life. I liked the ending but didn't at the same time! Wonder how much was cut out of this film?
(br) wrote: ookay for an anime film
(fr) wrote: Was shocked how much I loved this.
(us) wrote: Rippingly fun film. Christian Slater and Tim Allen particularly shine. Not a dark film by any means.
(br) wrote: Notable for being a PG-13 film that uses the word "fuck". That is all.
(gb) wrote: One of the best movies in years and the best heist movie ever.
(mx) wrote: Comovente! E lindo!!!
(au) wrote: Painful. Painful film to watch. If you were to look at my movie collection you will notice that I like some of the cheesiest, shittiest action films ever made. But this movie is so bad that I want it erased from my memory. The only reason I can think of that anyone might enjoy this, is that it's Van Damme's first role. Sho Kosugi I love you, man... but you can't speak english worth shit.
(ca) wrote: Dark and cynical comedy that is every bit as vital today as it must have been in 1970. There is a degree of hamminess to some of the performances. But other than that, this is a great film. In addition, the film features a memorable score from Ennio Morricone. Criterion has just issued a beautiful 4K restoration of this film.
(ag) wrote: A primal, elegaic folk tale with gorgeous photography ahead of its time, moving attention to character, and a timeless humanistic quality that leaves a lasting emotional impression.
(gb) wrote: Probably Martin & Lewis's best. The boxing scene is among their funniest moments in any film.
(gb) wrote: Halle Berry's performance, psychological questioning, and atmospheric cinematography all help to make Gothika an effectively creepy thriller.
(jp) wrote: Felt sorry for the tribe