Elias of the 16th Precinct follows three friends – Elias, Thomas and Vangelis – who face considerable financial hurdles with their debts rivalling the size of Everest. They decide the only solution is to snatch money from Vangelis’ boss, Labros ; a cafeteria owner, pawnbroker and fence. While Thomas will attempt the breaking and entering, Elias will be disguised as a police officer – for security reasons, of course. Hilarity ensues as this comedy of errors sends their plan spiralling off in a totally different direction. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
O Ilias tou 16ou
Three friends (Thom, Elias and Vaggelis) decide to rob Vaggelis' boss and they come up with a plan to dress Elias as a police officer so that nobody will suspect them. From that point on, everything goes wrong.
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Casey B (ca) wrote: A different side of the relationship/breakup that we rarely see on the big screen. This is an amusing, realistic, and touching gem.
Jos C (nl) wrote: Vaya pelicula, sdica y retorcida. Las actuaciones son muy convincentes. Buena produccin espanola
Yanelis M (es) wrote: eh....bad acting, not funny at all
Kairene B (ca) wrote: just like every dance movie
Roy K (us) wrote: M si jeg likte denne godt. Litt spr historie om parallelle liv som flettes inn i hverandre.
Angela F (ag) wrote: Really interesting story with one of the oddest happy endings I've ever seen. I'm really liking this Jeremy Renner!
Alyan H (de) wrote: One of the best films of 2004, Pure hilarity and genius
Caque A (us) wrote: Testimonios inslitos y aterradores de la WWII, salvan la pelcula de un tratamiento melodramtico y unilateral. Ambas partes debieron tener el mismo peso, si se hubiese rodado hoy, sera muy diferente.
Ian M (br) wrote: Utterly hateful film
SV G (jp) wrote: Great performances here, especially by Matt Damon in this story by Cormac McCarthy (who also wrote No Country for Old Men). Two young cowboys from Texas in 1949 ride their horses to Mexico and find far more adventure than they are looking for. This is nicely directed by Billy Bob Thornton, and the cinematography in this film is just glorious, the down side of this film seems to be in the screenplay...which is just too gappy and does not flow along as nicely as the book itself did. Cruz and Damon's chemistry didn't work here either, but over all still a good ( just not great) movie.
Ville T (ca) wrote: Mikrouunimurha on hieno, muuten pelkk skeidaa koko leffa.
Jukka H (ag) wrote: Bad Biology is so much better.
Gavin P (ru) wrote: A tour de force from Stewart, carrying the entire film as the naive junior senator, just trying to good and finding what it takes to change the set-in-their-ways politico. Funny/sad that 70+ years later, nothing has really changed...
Howard E (ru) wrote: I was first introduced to the work of Terrence Malick when I was in university. The film was his second feature sitting in the director's chair - DAYS OF HEAVEN. It starred the then relatively unknown Richard Gere but I went to see it because it also starred Sam Shepard, whose talent as both a playwright and an actor I greatly admire. An hour and a half later, I was a Terrence Malick fan. He not only tells a story with incredible poetry, he also knows how to get his actors to convey a world of emotions with just a simple glance. And he knows how to pick his cinematographers. Nestor Almendros went on to win an Oscar (R) for his work filming the beauty and wonder of Alberta, Canada (standing in for the Texas panhandle). The film remains one of my all-time favourites.Over the next 34 years, Malick directed just four films, the most recent being TO THE WONDER, starring Ben Affleck and Olga Kurylenko and Javier Bardem. Like Malick's other films, this one is light on talk and heavy on visuals.An American environmentalist (maybe, we're not sure) meets a Frenchwoman in Paris and they fall in love. He asks her and her daughter to return with him to Oklahoma but, while life in their new home starts out well, problems ultimately arise and the women return to France. Meanwhile, a Spanish priest in the same Oklahoma town has a crisis of faith. The American man renews a relationship with his childhood sweetheart who is recently divorced but that ends abruptly when the Frenchwoman returns.Although I want to remain a Terrence Malick fan, the director makes it very difficult with this piece of tediously ethereal garbage. If spending 112 minutes watching the back of Ben Affleck's head is your idea of a good time, then this film is for you. You can count in the single digits how many seconds his face is seen full on during the film. Olga, for her part, does a great job twirling and prancing around - in their backyard, at the supermarket, on the beach at Mont Saint-Michel (which was once known in France as the Wonder) - but, really, her character whose name we only know from the end credits is in serious need of a dose of Focusyn. She did give up custody of her daughter to her husband (or ex-husband, maybe, we're not sure) so perhaps there were some psychological issues that were never explored. That's the thing with Malick's films. So much is never explored. Everything is in the moment.The dialogue, which is really just a series of monologues or shared thoughts, wafts in the air for a brief moment before dissipating. Half the time you can barely hear what anyone is saying. Between the combination of Olga speaking in French and the film's spacious shots of Paris, Normandy, and later, Oklahoma, you could be excused for thinking you're watching one very long, boring TV commercial for something like Chanel No. 5. In fact, if think of that awful spot Brad Pitt did last year for the product and extend it to almost two hours, you have this film.It has been suggested that TO THE WONDER is autobiographical. Malick apparently had a romance with Michele Morette in France in the 1980s. They married in 1985 and they moved to Texas together. After their marriage ended just three years later, he reconnected with and married Alexandra Wallace, whom he dated when they were both students in Texas. Is this movie about the loss of love and faith then? If Malick sees himself as Ben's character (whose name, Neil, we also only find out from the end credits), then he's quite the brooder.As with most of Malick's films, there was no formal script. Malick would describe the characters and the actors would improvise. That much is quite evident. At least a half a dozen actors, including Rachel Weisz, Jessica Chastain, Michael Sheen, Amanda Peet, Barry Pepper and Michael Shannon had scenes in the film which ended up on the cutting room floor. They are the lucky ones.Unless you're a masochist, give this film a huge miss. It's deadly boring. Better yet, get a copy of DAYS OF HEAVEN and watch that.
Michael R (ru) wrote: Decent Gangster / Revenge Picture....