A gangster named Perrier looks to exact his revenge on a trio of fugitives responsible for the accidental death of one of his cronies.
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Brian C (kr) wrote: If you are a fan, or was a fan, or just enjoy pop culture documentaries, it doesnt get more in depth that this one. How a simple and stupid idea can cross over into the mainstream and be, quite possibly, the biggest thing on the planet for a 4-5 year stretch.
John D (ag) wrote: Before John Wick. There are these couple of Keanu action films which has been on the radar for some time. I would say, this film is his comeback film since The Matrix franchise. I thought it's pretty fun, it's not everybody's Cinderella story though. But this is more like the protagonist has the drive for obsession as he was involved in that illegal underground fighting match to earn more money. More like an internet based fighting match. Keanu as the villain, I thought he's ok, not bad actually. You can see some cheesy lines here and there, but overall a pretty good martial arts flick. It could have been better though, like the fighting scenes could be slicker and more fast paced with good editing. But this is a low budget I get it. I can see Keanu's vision as a director. It shows how he loves to make more dark tone action films. Master vs. the main protagonist kinda stuff. He can make more a lot of these and I love it. Keep em coming Keanu! 3/5
Jason S (ru) wrote: Fast paced, gripping and all too persuasive.
Sarah M (nl) wrote: nice... movie.. priyanka looks pretty... john looks hot!
Alexis W (gb) wrote: ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
Donna L (au) wrote: It was ok. Love Owen's energy.
Megan D (es) wrote: Pretty good. Unusal, but thas me....lol
Anthony D (au) wrote: I actually enjoyed this movie to a certain level, even though I have no reason to have done so. I don't know why. Perhaps it came out at exactly the time I was heading to college myself. Either way, I recognize it as a guilty pleasure.
Russ B (au) wrote: 4/10/2016: An entertaining although not super funny film.
Lasse G (ca) wrote: People definitely shouldn't take Stanley Kubrick for granted, 'cause every time he says that he wants to make a movie different from his previous one, he always deliver. "Full Metal Jacket" is as different from "The Shining" as two movies could possibly be, and yet they are also similar in some ways. The concept of insanity lures in both movies and are shown in very successful ways both times. The first half of "Full Metal Jacket" blew me away and I enjoyed every single insult that came out of the mouth of Sergeant Hartman's mouth, who were beautifully portrayed by R. Lee Ermey. The second half, however, was a bit disappointing, because it took some time for me to get used to the new warfare surrounding, which wasn't really present at all in the first half of the movie. Matthew Modine is really good in the movie and he is without a doubt the best thing in the second half of the movie. This movie is intense, it's dark and it's very good and can definitely be locked into the vault of great Stanley Kubrick movies.
James M (jp) wrote: One of my least favourite Gene Wilder films. The sight of Dom DeLuise in drag makes me feel sick.
TA P (kr) wrote: 7 hours. 4 parts, each of at least 90 minutes in length. A crisis of identity, of what "Hitler" means to Germany, to film, to history, to society. Pithy monologue sequences through long takes, of the minutia of what "Hitler" truly means to us all. Condemning all individuals in space and time for such a creation (which, Syberberg notes is [a part of] us). The primarily Wagnerian score works in parallel fashion to Syberberg's polemic. Beautifully shot, almost ethereal at times, Hitler: A Film from Germany is pessimistic, nihilistic, reflective, regretful, tedious and grandiose simultaneously, and is must-see viewing if one is to understand the historical catalyst of humanity's current (future?) condition.
Morgan S (es) wrote: The music is great, and the dancing is fantastic (whatelse for Bob Fosse!) but the story...meh...I dont I think it was just the ending...Shirley Maclaine isnt bad, But this movie did get pretty long. Buy the soundtrack, watch the dances on YouTube and save a couple of hours.
Al M (it) wrote: Featuring awesome Ray Harryhausen animation, 20 Million Miles to Earth is fun--if rather derivative--piece of 50s sci-fi. There is nothing overly new or original here other than Harryhausen's always fun special effects.
Bruce B (de) wrote: Busby Berkeley's stuff is amazing... singing, dancing,comedy and of course,wall to wall babes!
Andrea R (br) wrote: Fifty shades of grey
Demetrios M (ru) wrote: Christian Bale knocks it out of the park in this desperate and sad tale.