Carl Panzram is sent to Leavenworth Prison for burglary. While there, he is brutally beaten by a guard. Neophyte guard Henry Lesser feels sympathy for Panzram, befriends him, and gets him ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Killer: A Journal of Murder
Carl Panzram is sent to Leavenworth Prison for burglary. While there, he is brutally beaten by a guard. Neophyte guard Henry Lesser feels sympathy for Panzram, befriends him, and gets him ...
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Foong M (br) wrote: This is an historical epic which meaningfully celebrated the 1911 revolution that brought prosperity to today's modern China.The movie was filled with lots of serious and action battles, showing the memorable bloody moment where the elites were fighting for the bright future of China. However, typical chinese movie explained too much of the background, and the performance of Sun Yat Sen in Europe was overly dramatic. Also the over emphasizing the facial expression of Jacky Chan and other chinese who tried to sacrifice their lives for the revolution were overwhelming.Otherwise, this could be a good movie.....
TerriAnn S (ca) wrote: Very sad I always end up crying
Michael W (de) wrote: Band of nomads in post-nuclear world have repeated encounters with savages and a voodoo band of women who engage in human sacrifices. A disjointed slow-mover from the Phillippines and generally substandard for the genre. Had some potential.
George K (fr) wrote: Well done film about a Jewish boy who befriends a Muslim shopkeeper. Omar Sharif brings warmth and depth to his character Ibrahim. As we see life through Momo's (Pierre Boulanger) eyes...we digest every bit of wisdom from Ibrahim bet it family, women, and life in general. My only beef with this film was the ending. I won't spoil it for you...but I didn't feel the necessary emotion that was required. But despite that...this movie is worth watching.
Christopher B (us) wrote: This is a must watch for political junkies. Informative for all who remember the Vietnam conflict and Water-Gate.
Patti T (au) wrote: Patrick Stewart as King Lear is great--but this is obviously a made-for-TV movie.
Ben C (kr) wrote: This plodding meditative Australian drama strives and fails.
Andy S (br) wrote: This is a film I've heard talked about many times over the years and I heard enough to decide it might be worth a look and so it was duly added to 'The List'. It came up in the listings this week and so I finally got to see this study of The Marquis de Sade. Maybe not quite as fulfilling as I'd expected, but a worthy watch nonetheless. I'll tell you more after this very brief summary.The film concentrates on the final years of the notorious Marquis de Sade (Geoffrey Rush) in an insane asylum run by The Abbe du Coulmier (Joaquin Phoenix). The Marquis is having manuscripts smuggled out with the help of a maid, Madeline (Kate Winslet). These are being published much to the outrage of the establishment and even Napoleon himself. Something must be done and to this end one Dr. Royer-Collard (Michael Caine) is dispatched to the asylum to oversee the running of the place. What follows is a game of cat-and-mouse as The Marquis finds ever more cunning ways to outwit the doctor and get his manuscripts out. This cannot last for long and eventually even the good doctor must stoop down to his level in order to get what he wants... But at what cost?A pretty well made film with some excellent performances, particularly from Geoffrey Rush and Kate Winslet. It did, however, seem incomplete; there were a couple of threads that didn't seem to tie up. I was interested in the story of the doctor's wife and also the wife of the Marquis. Both of these characters came and went without any reference to them again; I found that a little odd. I have never read any of the works of the Marquis de Sade, but having seen this I'm tempted to take a look and see if it's really as depraved as they say. As for the film, definitely worth a look although I did find it a tad drawn out and a tad too long.SteelMonster's verdict: RECOMMENDEDMy score: 7.1/10
Josh H (ag) wrote: A remake of the 1975 David Carradine cult classic, Anderson's Resident Evil franchise is nodded at in this gory version of Death Race 2000. The story is, yes, drastically different to that of the original and the tone is much darker but it's a brilliant success, and uses modern-day effects to great extent.
Joseph G (ag) wrote: I respect when directors break the mold and do something a little different. In this film Scorsese creates a film with a dream like feel. The lighting the special effects, and camera work are all a departure from his usual style. That being said I liked this film but I also felt there just wasn't enough there to keep my interest, it felt like the same thing happening over and over. It's worth a watch for the great music, and creative shots and effects that Scorsese's lends to this film.
Andy F (de) wrote: Not seen it for years but still immensely enjoyable and probably the best movie adaptation of a Stephen King novel.
Vadim D (us) wrote: It's cute and charming, and Goldie Hawn is irresistible. This is a great 80s comedy and still fun to watch.
Anna L (ag) wrote: This practically screams 1950's.
Eddie R (mx) wrote: This is an amazing story, with a very even and gratifying portrayal of all the justice league characters fairly.There personalities are amazing and the villains are perfect for this storyline.