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Rip V (gb) wrote: It is constantly dreary, but also it's an idylic, meticulous and honest study of romantic relationships and its conflicts.
Rebecca E (fr) wrote: This is definitely not for everyone, but I really enjoyed it. I love action/comedy combos, even if this went a little overboard sometimes, like the Cosmos Kick and the little whirlwind he made at the end. It would have been better without those outrageous "Kung Fu Hustle" bits, but it was still a great mix. Love the blend of kung fu and big Bollywood musical numbers. Some great action, a gorgeous cast, and a decent story. And I always enjoy a nice 'zero to hero' story.
Carlos S (au) wrote: It's a good comedy, not a great movie, but some very honest laughs in this one.
Eddie K (ag) wrote: saker som inte stmde tyckte jag... hm... nt som strde... :P
Corey S (ag) wrote: Love Tom Cruise his character is hilarious and fun in this film is great very different to toms normal films he's actually really good at action comedy and cameron well she great as per usual
Amy P (jp) wrote: this was an amazing documentary...I was amazed at the cgi effects and the labor our amazing engineers at nasa put into this journey. a must see!
Neil Charles Kevin S (gb) wrote: Smart and shocking. This is one unique movie.
Piglitt W (it) wrote: It's a solid film, slow at times but it's well done.
Habib A (au) wrote: Solid. They never released this in the threatres and I have no idea why. If you like gangsta thriller's though then look no further. Complex plot that will keep you focused throughout. Amazing - it's almost like "New Jack City" albeit without a household name cast.
Miguel A (au) wrote: Mesmo sem ser totalmente capaz de defender a sua histria de vingana, "School of the Holy Beast" um nun-exploitation visualmente espantoso e suficientemente fascinados pela sua intriga hertica (que envolve por acaso traumas ps-atmicos totalmente inesperados num filme de convento).
Edgar C (kr) wrote: A celebration of absurd and jolly neorealism, which itself is a concept very alienated from Buuel's general style, and still he displays a massive amount of empathy towards a rural Mexico plagued by folclore and man's insatiable passion for women. A Streetcar Named Illusion would have been the best spoof title in history.96/100
bernard a (es) wrote: When you think of 30's gangster films and the actors who starred in them...Gary Cooper would probably be the last actor you would think of. With his hayseed screen persona and slow delivery, Coop just doesn't lend himself to one's idea of the tough gangster. Cooper may have been too handsome for his own good because I just do not see the evilness that one can perceive, say behind James Cagney's snarling mug in THE PUBLIC ENEMY or Edward G. Robinson's scowl in LITTLE CAESAR. Cooper too fails miserably at the punch - here giving an awkward looking roundhouse swing (akin to a baseball pitch - with the requisite leg-lift, for goodness sakes) that you would never catch former boxer Cagney doing. But all kidding aside, the young Gary Cooper is adequate in CITY STREETS, a story penned by Dashiell Hammett - which works more as a kind of "morality tale". I don't think Cooper's character was meant to be a gangster anyway. Cooper here plays "The Kid" - the cash-strapped boyfriend to Nan (Sylvia Sidney). Nan was raised by her step-father, "Pop" Cooley (Guy Kibbee), a seemingly jovial underling to succesful beer racketeer "Big Fellow" Mascal (Paul Lukas). Nan is conditioned to the ways of a racketeer by her step-dad, who would go so far as to reward her for keeping secrets - something which will come in handy when "Pop" later becomes prime suspect in a shooting. "The Kid" is employed at the local carnival shooting gallery, but is himself very proficient with the pistols - and pleased to show off his marksmanship to potential customers - a talent not lost on Nan. She tries to persuade "The Kid" to quit the carnival and join up with her "Pop"... but "The Kid" wants no part of the dark side. He is proud of making an honest living: Nan: "We can't even afford to get married." The Kid: "If you love me, you'd marry me anyway." Nan, disappointed: "Yeah...and live in a tent." The Kid: "Why not?!?" Nan: "I don't like tents..." The Kid: "It isn't the tents. It's me..." * MILD SPOILERS TO FOLLOW * The above romantic scene was nicely shot at a moonlit beach by cinematographer Lee Garmes who takes full advantage of the use of light and shadows in this film...but, I think this is merely a warm-up for Garmes, who would use the same techniques to much better results in SCARFACE (1932). Director Rouben Mamoulian eschews the showing of graphic violence here - opting instead for off-camera killings...something that may disappoint some viewers - especially the climactic scenes, which comes off as possibly too non-confrontational for modern audience (referred to as hokey, or out-dated by some reviewers I've read). But I think it's very well in keeping with Dashiell Hammett's story of a couple trying to break free of the circle of violence created by the racketeers in this story. I too laughed at first, but "old fashioned" as it may seem - "The Kid" being able to disarm his adversaries without the use of violence is actually refreshing, now that I think about it...and plays very well with the morality of the story...and shows us that the ends doesn't necessarily have to justify the use of the "means" (if ya get what I mean...heh heh) and thus Mamoulian shows us the soaring birds to symbolize true freedom. Hmmmm...there are actually other "bird" references sprinkled throughout this film but I'll let you discover them for yourself. Of special note and interest to trivia buffs is the use of voice-over narration in this film. Filmmakers were still experimenting with sound at the time and Rouben Mamoulian and actress Sylvia Sidney would be credited with the first use of this story-telling technique here... 8
Vince N (ag) wrote: Best portrayal of a "Comic," book coming to life! Watch it.
Brad M (jp) wrote: Great movie one of my fav ones...fun