The story of the NHL's early years, focusing on the battle between the players, led by Hall of Famer Ted Lindsay, and the owners, over issues of benefits, pensions and the like. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The story of the NHL's early years, focusing on the battle between the players, led by Hall of Famer Ted Lindsay, and the owners, over issues of benefits, pensions and the like.
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Bryant P (ag) wrote: Serves as a fitting end to a legendary trilogy but it is undoubtedly flawed. Not even Christopher Nolan himself can surpass what he did in the Dark Knight
Kaitie D (ca) wrote: A compelling story that is full of excess, drama, and a fair share of creepiness that will keep you glued to the screen.
Jay R (kr) wrote: Was pleasantly surprised with film didn't even put it on never mind think it was going to be good but kept my interest. I feel like half the cast should have been replaced but Hartnet and Harrelson hold their own in a bizarre aesthetically pleasing movie.
Jei P (br) wrote: fido is more like edward scissorhand of a zombie
Sara J (ca) wrote: Planning on checking out more of his work.
Cameron J (de) wrote: "Flatliners" asks the big questions, and doesn't do much to condescend. It is visually stunning, artfully crafted, and with a committed cast and suspenseful storyline. Besides a few moments where things could have been less obvious, the film is a wonderful psychological drama that excellently deals with the "life after death" question.
Jacky L (ca) wrote: zany, totally enjoyable and likable classic. this 'noodle western' was loads of fun and laughter. really dug the vignettes, some of which were not linked in any way to the main story's characters. the go-to movie for some joie de vivre.
Jack G (gb) wrote: The only reason I know this is that out of the handful of films that Pink Floyd's allowed to use their music for, this was one of them with "One of These Days".
Sara H (ru) wrote: This movie was wicked funny it's a movie that u wanna c over and over again.
Michael A (ru) wrote: Un Noir et blanc sublime et l'un des themes chers a Nicholas Ray, cineaste paria d'Hollywood: deux etres jeunes, amoureux et fragiles en but avec la violence du monde. Pour moi, N. Ray est depuis longtemps devenu essentiel.
Carlos M (mx) wrote: Fight Club represents the desperate cry of the consumerist modern man for something to end his anxiety and conformism - which takes shape as a brutal anarchy of religious echoes -, and this is a dangerous movie whose brilliant, powerful statement may not be fully grasped by a mainstream audience.
Jacob B (kr) wrote: Mr. Bean's Holiday may not be the best film out there and it's hard to think of this film as some sort of remarkable cinematic achievement but the film improves over the Mr. Bean's last movie managing to benefit from its story that pays homage to some French guy called Jacques Tati, Rowan Atkinson's charming performance and the silent gags a la Charlie Chaplin that remain faithful to its well known source material allowing this film to remain an entertaining diversion for kids and Mr. Bean fans.
Jack H (ag) wrote: My God, how do you go from First Contact, to this? It's dull, boring, forgettable, and worst of all: it completely shits on the entire philosophy of Star Trek. This definitely the worst of the franchise. I'd watch Star Trek V over this any day. And my last gripe, what the hell happened to that blue man?
Gruig P (us) wrote: The first by John Milius was better!
Lilia A (fr) wrote: I am absolutely in love with this movie.This movie has everything. Comedy, romance, enchantment, wit. You laugh, you empathize, you commiserate, you despise, and you're enamored by it all. The only flaw I could find in this movie is that a few scenes were too drawn out.Overall though, every minute of this movie is enjoyable. I highly recommend it, and would definitely be watching it again.