Red Hook Summer

Red Hook Summer

When his mom deposits him at the Red Hook housing project in Brooklyn to spend the summer with the grandfather he’s never met, young Flik may as well have landed on Mars. Fresh from his cushy life in Atlanta, he’s bored and friendless, and his strict grandfather, Enoch, a firebrand preacher, is bent on getting him to accept Jesus Christ as his personal savior. Only Chazz, the feisty girl from church, provides a diversion from the drudgery. As hot summer simmers and Sunday mornings brim with Enoch’s operatic sermons, things turn anything but dull as people’s conflicting agendas collide.

A middle-class boy from Atlanta finds his worldview changed as he spends the summer with his deeply religious grandfather in the housing projects of Red Hook, Brooklyn. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Calvin R (au) wrote: This was HOT! Channing Tatum best performance and Alex Pettyfer was not far behind he held his own. All the guys in this film were hot, even kevin nash did a great job. Very entertaining, and strong performances.

Tanya S (nl) wrote: I got the feeling she was developing feelings for Nick and they weren't reciprocated. even I felt the kick in the stomach when he wanted to take the "cute girl" out for a night on the town. funny how Kate insisted the camera was coming. stopped that dead in it's tracks.

Stuart D (fr) wrote: Enjoyable film, but the pieces never quite fit together. Both the young leads give good performances.

Dani A (it) wrote: One of the worst movie I have seen this year. It successfully featured one of the most irritating main couple ever grace on wide screen. Revolved around people who cheat and not in a cute way. I can see toward the end the writer seems to make the main characters' acts somewhat disposable which even get me on my nerve. Joyless movie with morally bankrupt characters. Pass this.

Deb J (au) wrote: "Let's explore the topics of religion, murder, marriage, capitalism and prostitution...and still try to keep things light." This film gets some interesting points for effort, but it absolutely bit off more than it could chew. The crude and juvenile humor is actually the low point. On the bright side, Schwimmer is surprisingly good as a tortured priest.

Spencer H (br) wrote: A really really terrible movie.

Dana K (jp) wrote: Art for the sake of art; weirdness for the sake of weirdness. While images of this bizarre spectacle won't be leaving me for some time, I question what else I was supposed to walk away with. In fact, I asked Crispin Glover this very question during the Q&A period, and the sum of his answer was that he'd be content with his audience walking away with any question at all. Pfft. While C.G. gave us some clue to us wanting to question taboos, this film is so chock-full of them, you tend to stop noticing. With the muffled and incomprehensible dialogue to boot, I gave up trying to decipher much else. If you want to see something you've absolutely never seen before, well this is it. But I wouldn't recommend it.

Leon B (us) wrote: Brilliant movie! Nick Nolte and Eddie Murphy's best movie!

Rodney M (fr) wrote: This is a sweet flick good old 80's action

Inviigo N (mx) wrote: Souvent tiquet comme art du vide, du manque, ou du zen, le cinma de Yasujiro Ozu n'est pourtant jamais vide de sens.Il est mme dcisif pour comprendre le rapport au monde dans le temps et dans l'espace.Les films des annes 50, souvent caractriss par la systmatisation d'un certain asctisme formel, ne sont vritablement pas plus rigides que les oeuvres, plus libres, du muet.De Choeur de Tokyo Printemps prcoce, apparat la mme sensibilit l'gard de situations soumises une difficile mutation:volution de la socit et de la famille japonaise, passage de l'enfance l'ge adulte, transformation des lieux et des corps...Sous son apparente rigueur, la forme filmique volue elle aussi.C'est toujours travers de subtils dplacements qu'apparat la dimension universelle du cinma d'Ozu.D'un monde l'autre...

Mandy W (gb) wrote: I'm not too fond of Joan Crawford but this was a great story of a gutsy woman.

Barrett C (jp) wrote: Um y'all this isn't the twilight saga so stop rating it. Just saying

Dean S (us) wrote: This is one of Adam Sandler's best movies. Sandler and Barrymore have good chemistry in this film.

Michael A (ca) wrote: I thought this to be a pretty funny movie and jon voights overacting had me laughing out loud..don't take the movie too serious and you will have a great time..

Bobby D (nl) wrote: an enjoyable gangster yarn. impressive stylized film

Chris C (us) wrote: Didn't we all learn from The Exorcist not to play with the board alone?

Danny R (es) wrote: Sidney Lumet's tough, fascinating, true-life character study of Frank Serpico an honest New York City policeman, who discovers wide-spread corruption in the police department during the early 70s. He is ostracize and endures the scorn and mistreatment from his fellow cops while attempting to perform his job with honesty and integrity. Al Pacino delivers a complex, mesmerizing Oscar nominated, Golden Globe winning performance, which is one of the finest of his career, as the nonconformist undercover cop who couldn't keep his mouth shut after witnessing cops on the take. He goes to his superiors but they just ignored his charges, so he makes the potentially deadly decision that will make him a marked man in the police department, Serpico goes public with his revelations to the New York Times newspaper about the corruption within the police department, this action trigger an independent investigation by the Knapp Commission. Based on the book by Peter Mass with a excellent screenplay by Waldo Salt and Norman Wexler. Astute direction by the late great Sidney Lumet, with exceptional supporting performances by John Randolph, Jack Kehoe, Tony Roberts, and Cornelia Sharpe. The film benefits greatly by a solid sense of reality that is conveyed by the great use of New York City locations, focusing on the habitues of street crime. This is one of the great gritty works of cinematic art from the early 70s cinema. Highly Recommended.

Teela M (nl) wrote: A new look at the Mary Poppins story with a nice twist. I ADORED this movie...