At 10 years old, Owens becomes a ragged orphan when his sainted mother dies. The Conways, who are next door neighbors, take Owen in, but the constant drinking by Jim soon puts Owen on the street. By 17, Owen learns that might is right. By 25, Owen is the leader of his own gang who spend most of their time gambling and drinking. But Marie comes into the gangster area of town and everything changes for Owen as he falls for Marie. But he cannot tell her so, so he comes to her settlement to find education and inspiration. But soon, his old way of life will rise to confront him again.
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(ca) wrote: I am utterly confused... But I also laughed several times, so it's a good movie! Also, it's made by Matsumoto from Downtown. :D
(jp) wrote: nice reality check...on consequences of train balsts in mumbai. How lives of different people in different sections of society get changed due to it. Great watch.
(ca) wrote: Haha, get'em Soul Man/Kid at Play...
(br) wrote: Cheesy but better than I expected.
(mx) wrote: I typically enjoy battle of the bands type movies, and this is no exception. I also enjoy seeing Disney Channel stars going on with their careers and not wrecking their lives in the process. Aly Michalka and Vanessa Hudgens seem to have their heads on right. The movie has great music and is funny and touching. The characters grow, the moral is intelligent, and the story grabs you.
(ca) wrote: about as good as his professional career and yes i hold a grudge about the year he played for the celts
(kr) wrote: The story isn't much, but the visuals are beautiful.
(ca) wrote: one of the most influential art photographers of the last decade makes a psychotic horror movie with the best cast available!!!!!to die for! she creates the most terrifying and spine chilling death sequences out there without ever showing anything happenning! pure brilliance!
(br) wrote: Hil-ar-i-ous! For any Beatles Fan!
(au) wrote: A nice classic to watch around Halloween time for the family.
(fr) wrote: Jailhouse Rock Starring Elvis Presley Jailhouse Rock, gives probably the earlier outlook of Jails business, which although brief yet has got amazing environment, set-design as well as plot lay-out. It perfectly transcends into far greater timely-plotted-scenes. I think together with Flaming Star Presley gives one best performance in this entertaining-film as Vince Everett. I must praise the ever-classic dance-moves and evergreen title-song 'Jailhouse Rock', a dance-move that brought Gene Kelly's applauds for whole dance choreography.
(br) wrote: "That's the saddest picture ever made. It would make a stone cry!" -Orson Wells speaking about Leo McCarey's Make Way for Tomorrow. He wasn't far wrong.
(br) wrote: Poor Edith takes revenge on rich twin sister Margaret for stealing the man she once loved. After killing her sister, Edith takes on the unexpectedly dificult task of assuming her sister's identity. This is the kind of entertaining thriller that would seem silly in the wrong hands, but is emmensely worthwhile with Bette Davis playing a dual role. Karl Malden is dependably solid as a policeman who loved Edith, while Peter Lawford is amusing in a smaller role as a devious playboy.
(au) wrote: -Semi spoiler-I can't stand movies that leave you with no one to root for at the end. And I actually didn't enjoy most of the performances, aside from Matthew McConaughey's.
(jp) wrote: Love all the characters except Mia the office tart....what a cow....
(gb) wrote: It's my grandpa's favorite movie, but I can't say the same for me. It's not a bad movie by any means, but I noticed some parts that could have been a lot better and some of the more cheesy scenes with Laura San Giacomo could have been cut out. Tom Selleck is great, but it's Alan Rickman who steals the movie, as he does with almost every movie he's in. It's still a really good movie, though. "Heck yeah."