A killer bandit decides to become a politician in order to avenge deaths in his family.
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Colton M (it) wrote: I had the so called pleasure of seeing this during SXSW at the paramount theatre. I will say before I begin that this is NOT my kind of movie and my review will reflect that. This is some hallmark channel bullshit. This is not a good film. Again, an Austin TX dick stroking fest. It's crammed full of musician cameos just for the hell of it, to the point that it's one of it's only draws.
Gustavo T (us) wrote: Bollan masterfully encapsulates the legacy of violence left by the Spanish conquest in Latin America while delivering a compelling film about filmmaking itself. A provocative perspective about art, compassion and justice. Tosar and Aduviri, more so than Garca Bernal, make it a brutally honest one.
Shraddha P (ca) wrote: I've only just found out it released straight onto DVD. No wonder it looked so cheap.
Wilma M (br) wrote: Scary movies now adays ain't what they used to be but as far as a Horror movie goes. This one is great....scary shit
Joe M (de) wrote: Amazing nothing more that turtle be lit tho lmao hashtag lmao hashtag nigher
Tyler S (it) wrote: I found this movie to be absolutley annoying. The film was really contrained to one setting. If a movie is going to have just one setting in a film it better be a damn good film, and it just wasn't. I thought Barrymore was casted wrong as her performance wasn't believable at all. I didn't like the chemistry between Barrymore and Stiller, and I thought the old woman was just annoying. It was a black comedy that I didn't find funny in any means. I wanted the film to be over halfway through.
Eric H (kr) wrote: Two Chicago artists, Darius (Larenz Tate) and Nina (Nia Long), fall clumsily, beautifully in lovelove after meeting in love after meeting in an upscale nightClub. director Thedore witchers' s featurefilm debut is a pitch perfect all too rare look at contemporary African American middle class American middle class life.
Meagen C (nl) wrote: omg and they wonder what happens to a child that watches this movie without parental supervision. seventeen years later you learn the hard way that you can't pay children off and that there is a thing called human resources. i still credit this movie with giving me the critical thinking skills that my school couldn't have given me even if einstein or dorge was on the cericulume. this movie created creative accounting.
Chelsea H (fr) wrote: want to see it!! got to see it got katherine heigl in it!!!!!!! i think its this one.
Wieland R (jp) wrote: Regarded as the greatest Belgian film ever made by a large part of the Belgian moviefans, and rightly so in my opinion. It tells the story of Father Daens who backs the workingclass in Aalst and therefor is expelled from the catholic party. Some great performances in this film (Jan Decleir, Antje De Boeck, Michael Pas) and the film itself is very touching with an emotional peak when a child dies in a factory.
Anuwat U (de) wrote: (TM)(TM)(TM)-(TM)?(TM)....?
Olly H (br) wrote: a sci-fi classic....
Christina R (ca) wrote: A Really cute movie!
Julia L (ca) wrote: I never believed that Sienna Miller was a "real" actress but she actually managed quite well in Factory Girl. I am not sure if it is because she can act or just because - having been an IT girl herself - she identified with Edie Sedgwick, the IT girl of the 60s. Whichever way, it worked out.Based on the real story of Sedgwick, we follow her from her art studies to the world of the Factory, where an exploitative Warhol is ready to take advantage of her beauty and connections to get a hold to the upper class of New York. It is not clear what Edie's talent was, as she was a mediocre actress and modelled very little, but talent was not a requirement for Warhol's superstars.Warhol was a complex figure, perhaps a great artist or just an able manipulator, but his unpleasant nature is no secret. He had an adoring gang of "superstars" and would be artists, working for him in the Factory (probably the most pretentious art lab of the time). In the movie we see how he liked to pick the next "superstar", to replace the previous one he grew bored with. The script suggests Sedgwick was replaced by Nico (who undoubtedly was a more complex and interesting woman).More controversy is added by the mystery love story with Dylan (which might or not have happened, but is denied by Dylan). According to the script, Edie interest (even love?) for Dylan was another reason why the jealous Warhol dropped her. Not being able to have her undivided attention, not her money - since her father cut her of her inheritance - Edie was dropped by Warhol to deal alone with her addictions.Luckily the script does not even try to make the audience feel sorry for poor little rich girl Edie. Coming for old money, she had a difficult relationship with her father and tragedy struck early in her life with the suicide of her brother. However, her problems were compounded by her self-destructive nature and her Factory experience contributed only to send her down faster, where she probably would have ended anyway.
Harry S (us) wrote: My favorite movie of 1997!
Nick B (jp) wrote: interesting perspective of war and its hardships. some slow points
AD V (ca) wrote: Another 80's slasher that I had never heard until my friend Beefy brought it to my attention so thanks. Theres ample amounts of skin and skin-tight clothing but its sorely lacking in the creative deaths department although the killer does use one of the most original (and ridiculous) murder weapons--a giant safety pin. What signifigance it has or what purpose it could possibly serve in the real world is beyond me but it does make for some humorous deaths. I also have to give it props for leaving me guessing as to who the killer was even though there were several clues along the way that I seemed to have misconstrued as red herrings. Far from the best of the subgenre but it does fit nice and snuggly right in the middle.