In 1927 Kansas City Pete Kelly and his jazz band play nightly at a speakeasy. A local gangster starts to move in on them and when their drummer is killed Kelly gives in, even though this also means taking the thug's alcoholic girl as a singer. Kelly soon realises he has made a big mistake selling out in this way and that rich girl Ivy is now the only decent thing in his life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Johnny M (au) wrote: Cruda como es la realidad de mexico
Brian P (nl) wrote: slight spoilers: I love end-of-the-world-as-we-know-it films and was hoping for far more from this movie. It's premise is great, but the delivery sucks. If you want to see a riveting story of survival, look elsewhere. This is two hours of people uselessly bickering and arguing about who doesn't love who with almost no focus on the fact that the entire world is falling down around them. Lame.
Asif H (it) wrote: Hardly any funny bits despite being a comedy.
Bobby N (es) wrote: Entertaining enough on performances alone. I did appreciate the intimate scope of Marilyn's life but it just wasn't very interesting, although well made.
Noah S (ca) wrote: Bale, Affleck and Harrelsons's performances were absolutely fierce and incredible. The film had some really dull moments and could've been better if the world inside the film had a much bigger scale. Like it could've been a long revenge, mystery drama but they missed the chance to do so. Scott Cooper is a hell of a director and this film was amazing because of him and the performances he brought out.
Jeremy K (nl) wrote: Lame, dull, and inept filmmaking...and some of the most amateurish acting
Nicki M (us) wrote: For a low budget film, this was really good.I didn't expect to like it half as much as I did and I certainly didn't expect to feel moved by it. This is about two couples who are both having issues in their relationships and decide to try partner swapping to help things along. Obviously it doesn't go as smoothly as planned. It was a little confronting to see Macaulay Culkin in such an adult role, but he is a good actor and he plays vulnerable well. Still looks young as hell, but I guess he can't help that. LOL. Eliza Dushku is also very good.
Carlos R (nl) wrote: ok.. the sequel to the worst movie ever made.. A classic. So bad it has to get 5 stars.. but since this is the real world....no
Li K (gb) wrote: i really enjoyed this movie!!its got a crazy buh simple plot, great twist in the end n even tho i've never heard of the actors in it, they were really gud!! what i loved most is that it could really happen, u kno! it made a good 1st impression on me, i recommend it!
Jude P (ca) wrote: Better we do not say arcane things like critics, but we are sent to a surreal state by the theme and the magnificent performance by the cast . Its a pity that average US morons do to affect other Innocent persons lives thus the story is fictional the same like situation aught to be happening somewhere, perhaps daily ?
Damian L (gb) wrote: Very funny with cartoony sound effects
gary t (es) wrote: wow umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a pretty good movie 2 watch...its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie...i think that susan sarandon, hank azaria both play good parts throughout this movie....i think that john n joan cusack both play good parts as well throughout this movie...i think that the director of this Drama movie had done a really good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie because the director keeps you on the edge's of your seats throughout this movie
Rajkiran P (es) wrote: Movie has all the ingradients which makes it a perfect movie to watch
Matthew H (de) wrote: Paul Thomas Anderson's controversial film Boogie Nights remains great to this day. The raunchy subject material is handled in a sleazy, raw kind of way-- exactly what was intended. Character development is surprisingly good, and the direction is excellent. Haters of the film most likely can't handle the pornographic material. But, the movie captures the 70s porn scene very well, and the film is excellent, albeit a little too long.
Gabriel K (br) wrote: nice cast, fun movie. classic.
Mehmet Y (mx) wrote: Harddisk dusunce kaybettim artik..Yeniden bulabilecekmiyim bilmiyorum..Nedense ilk seyrettigimden beri tuhaf bir sekilde seviyorum bu filmi..Gerard Depardieu nun bir suru abuk filmini bile bu yuden seyretmisimdir..Ama yillar sonra tekrar izleyince neden bu kadar etkilemis olduguna bir turlu anlam veremedim..
Stefanie C (es) wrote: Poe's macabre tales are re-envisioned by three auteurs: Vadim, Malle, and Fellini. Vadim's 'Metzemgerstein' is reinterpreted in the form of a debauched, depraved, decadent countess -- Jane Fonda. Her nature is aptly described as a 'petty Caligula.' Orgies, bisexuality, and hedonism abound. Her costumes were late 60's outrageousness. Falling in love with her cousin, played by her brother, Peter, just added to the creepiness factor. Eventually, she and her spirited black stallion are literally consumed by flames. Malle's vision of 'William Wilson' was my personal favorite. Alain Delon is perfectly cast as a sadist, haunted by his conscience, which is manifested as his doppelganger. Malle's jumpy camera perfectly translates the terror and anxiety experienced by Delon after murdering his doppelganger. By eliminating his superego, he has essentially murdered himself. Fellini's loose adaptation of Poe's story is replete with surrealistic trademarks. This heightens the absurdity of the story. Terrence Stamp is well cast as an amoralist, tormented actor. His joyride to hell is the most shocking scene in the trilogy. The combination of the tales is quite moralistic: the devil will always get his due.
Alex S (ag) wrote: I'd like to think that if I ever took a job on the road in a ore factory and ended up staying with a hairdresser from town that was oddly attracted to me despite the fact that I was probably as old as the mine itself, it would turn out like this. Of course, we may have to take out the dueling storyline about the guy who abuses his wife, works in the factory and has a general disposition of "grumpiness," and that whole sidetrack about hypnosis would have to go since stage hypnosis is about as authentic as this $3 sitting to my right. But otherwise, this would be my story. And Makavejev would confirm this newfound fact I just discovered that he is capable of making a good narrative ("W.R." was all over the map and despite "Sweet Movie" having something resembling a story, that was in no way a good movie). Yeah, there is a lot going on in under 90 minutes and most of it works (sorry awards ceremony and hypnotist guy... you had purpose but amounted to yawns from me) and neither of our lead dudes are going to light up the screen with their talents (save for Milena Dravic who is adorable beyond belief)... and actually, this sort of docu-drama hybrid we have going on doesn't really do justice to either genre... but trust me when I say this is still worth a watch, especially if you want to see what Makavejev is capable of.
Rory Fyfe S (es) wrote: Decent movie, But sequel was bad.
Carlos I (kr) wrote: The weakest of the series for sure. But it's cool to see more of the back story and interconnections.