Manila Kingpin: The Asiong Salonga Story
Tondo. The Ancient Gangland. Year 1950. Gang wars were in. Violence was the name of the game. Gangsters carried Thompsons and grease guns in a bayong...
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J B (de) wrote: Sharply written and relatable showcase of female friendship. Leighton Meester and Gillian Jacobs are charming and hilarious.
Miedy B (nl) wrote: Forget "Snow White and the Huntsman" and "Mirror Mirror"! Watch this one instead!
Moya W (mx) wrote: This is a silly and weird and kind of boring comedy. But it wasn't silly or weird or boring enough for me to want to turn it off. Because despite all this I still wanted to know what would happen next. But it isn't a movie I would recommend and I probably won't see it again.
Matt M (es) wrote: A series of vignettes based around one of the simple pleasures in life, the combination of coffee and cigarettes. One only needs to see the cast Jarmusch has assembled for this experiment to be at least intrigued. And while some vignettes are inevitably funnier and simply better than others, this experiment whilst simple, from its concept to its mostly static black and white photography, is largely effective and enjoyable. That is because Coffee and Cigarettes is still able to surprise with the element of improvisation and lack of a sense of direction, as well as some great chemistry between its players.
Darcy C (mx) wrote: I'll never forget this one.
Martin D (de) wrote: This legendary pop film follows Swedish super group ABBA on a very successful tour of Australia, showing all the magic and excitement of one of the top live acts in the world. The hit singles include 'Waterloo', 'Mamma Mia', 'Dancing Queen', 'Fernando', 'Take A Chance On Me' and 'Thank You For The Music.'A movie detailing ABBA's mega-successful tour of Australia during mid-1977. It contains unseen back-stage footage as well as ABBA's famous songs such as "Dancing Queen", "Tiger", "Name Of The Game" and "Eagle" filmed during their concerts in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Adelaide.The film has the sub-plot of a young country and western radio disc-jockey, Ashley, whose boss orders him to have an depth interview with ABBA. He has tremendous problems trying to reach the band as he forgets his press pass and ABBA's main bodyguard is determined to stop him...
Keith W (es) wrote: The epic photography, acting and attention to detail make this a wonderful film worthy of multiple viewing. The only reason I give it 4.5 not 5 stars is that I think it would have been even better without some of the factual changes. The soldiers were mostly from a Warwickshire regiment rather than Wales; Otto Witt was younger and left to join his family at a nearby farmstead; Hook was not a malingering rogue; there were native Natal forces fighting with the British; the Zulus did not sing to salute them but because they were short of supplies and a relief column did appear; starting with 20.000 rounds the defenders ended with only 900! However, the basic story is told accurately and the attack on the hospital is more or less exactly what happened as was the retreat to the inner redoubt. In fact, there's so much detail in this film it could well have been longer rather than shorter.Those that complain about colonialism, racism and sexism in the film miss the point. This film tells it as it was and I think is probably the most accurate film of a single battle that has ever been made. In retrospect Michael Caine is given top billing but this is surely Stanley Baker's film from start to finish.In reality, the colour sergeant eschewed a VC and asked for promotion instead. He went on to be a Lt-Col and was the last survivor of the battle to die aged 91!
Kristen L (gb) wrote: Kaye is great...still funny today.
Mikael S (ru) wrote: That head mistress ruins this film, otherwise, terrific flashback of the horrors of private school, dishonest politics & YAY breaking glass!
King C (gb) wrote: I want this movie to hurry up & come out
Myna W (de) wrote: This is an incredibly frustrating movie that starts out pretty strong and goes into a tripped-out universe at the centre of the film, the animated Congress, of the title. But it stays too long there and by the time we get out and see the bleak Dystopia that's left of the world, we're past caring. Ambitious & but overly-realized. Still, glad I saw it, as it's wholly original and quite a head trip.
David F (nl) wrote: Retains a great amount of momentum even though it's the sequel to a sequel, this film is quite funny even though it's recycling some of the same material of its predecessors. Where's Oz?
Kiel C (ca) wrote: Delivers exactly what it promises. The action scenes are incredibly underrated! Some of the best ever for this genre.