Poolboy: Drowning Out the Fury

Poolboy: Drowning Out the Fury

In this unearthed lost movie from 1990 that the studio deemed too terrible to release, a Vietnam Veteran Sal Bando(Sorbo), tortured by his past as a Poolboy returns home to Van Nuys, ...

In this unearthed lost movie from 1990 that the studio deemed too terrible to release, a Vietnam Veteran Sal Bando(Sorbo), tortured by his past as a Poolboy returns home to Van Nuys, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jason R (gb) wrote: Edward Burns is a solid director! I really enjoyed the movie. But, I wouldn't recommend this if you are looking for an uplifting holiday film.

Leilani M (gb) wrote: Language was big problem to me.(French) This movie was showing one of bad case of woman's life. I hope to spend good life with my special people. If you have children, check this movie. Probably your tear never dry.

Lyle L (mx) wrote: Another strange, but well made Swedish movie, where nothing much happens? slowly, and very quietly but stills leaves you thinking ??What is that it? Surely not??

Justin M (jp) wrote: Brooding and moody early-'90s take on film noir

Loyal D (us) wrote: A really deep look into the lives of many during this time period in Harlem. There was great acting and the story was okay, but it was really outdated and tedious. It had a few spins and twist and I liked the ending, but it dragged on for awhile to reach that good climax. All in all, not a waste of time, but not a masterpiece in my mind.

Larry W (es) wrote: The secondary villain is a Filipino Hitler with a lazy eye. Everybody important knows martial arts. Monks eat women because it gives them the power to raise their zombie ninja army from the dead. No, it isn't as good as it sounds. Still a lot of fun, though.

Jason M (es) wrote: Oscar for Best Picture? You've got to be joking; although it doesn't entirely surprise me. Spielberg's assassin thriller pits a Mossad/Israeli assassin group vs the PLO in retaliation for the Munich Olympic hostage and assassination events. I wonder if a film glorifying the Olympic murders and condemning these retaliatory assassinations would win an Oscar for Best Picture?This site is meant to be a critique of film and not a political soapbox (i.e. see Birth Of A Nation (1916) comments and reviews!). However, it is difficult to view this film impartially. Spielberg is privileged to have all of Hollywood as his soapbox to project his political beliefs.Munich's narrative is not easy to follow. The action moves quickly and the assassin group moves from one target to another in various countries. It is difficult not to sympathize with a protagonist in any film. However, in this film, the protagonists are organized murderers indirectly working for Israel.The film has a realistic feel and is well acted. It is a good movie, but certainly not a great one, unless you have a sensitive or cultural tie to the protagonist murder squad this film depicts. I personally don't, so I watched this film impartially and critique it as a film. If you're a fan of Spielberg, James Bond, tough-guy action-thrillers, you will enjoy this film.