A med student, a teenage runaway, a lawyer, a drag queen, a high school basketball player, a drug dealer, and a teacher all cross paths in the Ecstasy-riddled L.A. underground party scene. Rolling is a turbulent journey that takes a tough yet entertaining look at this unique drug phenomenon. With the pace and style of a documentary, Rolling captures the essence of Ecstasy culture, exposing the delicate balance of relationships and responsibilities with chasing this drug-induced euphoria.
- Stars:Sanoe Lake, Garrett Brawith, Rachel Hardisty, Joshua Harper, Clinton Cargile, Erin Cummings, Angie Greenup, Albert Rothman, Brian Toth, Calico Cooper, Christine Cowden, Aaron Perilo, Brent Stevens, Eric La Barr, Jason Seitz,
- Director:Billy Samoa Saleebey,
- Writer:John Paul Cooney (screenplay), Billy Samoa Saleebey (story and screenplay), Cody Parrish Thompson (screenplay)
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(kr) wrote: ART: in every angle. Rampling's masterful gaze depicts: sorrow, beauty... cinema in canvas!
(fr) wrote: Oh my god why do i persist on watching these? LOL
(ca) wrote: It's actually quite hard to comprehend why this exceptional Aussie crime drama was beaten by Romulus, My Father at the 2007 AFI (Australian Film Industry, for those who don't know) awards. As great as that Eric Bana film was, it pretty much relied on the performance of young Kodi Smit-McPhee to make it truly award worthy. Noise also has a fine leading performance by Brendan Cowell, one of Australia's finest, if not the finest, actors, but unlike Romulus, the whole film matches the brilliance of it's fantastic lead performance. The film, directed by Matthew Saville, follows the story of two murders, possibly linked, in suburban Melbourne; one of 7 people on a train, and another of a local resident. Cop Graham McGahan (Cowell) is sent to investigate, simply by sitting in a caravan and interviewing local residents around the area of one of the murders. McGahan not only has to deal with his job, but also with a growing case of tinnitus (a constant ringing in the ears). What really anchors this restraint that is present throughout the film, and the fact that the film is not exactly what you'd expect. There is an unmistakable Australian feel to it, which really serves the film well. It's also very engaging and nailbiting, despite the slow pace, which may turn some mainstream viewers off (and perhaps why it didn't do as well at the Aussie box office as it should have). The performances are all fine, even if some of the characters may be a bit hard to connect with. The character of McGahan is the type of character that's easy to dislike, but ultimately find yourself having sympathy for. He's not the stereotypical cop character you'd expect, and Cowell plays him with some slight humour. The film is called Noise, but the final scene shows you that silence can be just as involving and powerful as noise. Occasionally, the film feels like a made-for-TV Australian crime telemovie, but this is only a minor flaw in one of the best and overlooked Aussie films in years.
(ru) wrote: ok this may be cheating, i did not see the movie but i caught the lord of the dance performance at the ferguson center last nite. it was capital Awesome. i am not sure if ever saw a performance where the entire crew seemed totally jacked up and lovin their performance as much as the audience. i have some technical questions to ponder . . . were the ladies wearing wigs? those were some impressive do's. and do you ever suspect there is really only step/dance move for the irish dance, they just move around on stage and sometimes speed up or slow down. i am just saying . . .also, i had a very pleasant swedish date as an extra bonus
(nl) wrote: Not a great film, but it's a very interesting idea with some okay performances.
(ca) wrote: Haunted Honeymoon is an enjoyable comedy with some small reminders back to Gene Wilder's best, Young Frankenstein, but otherwise it's just a poorly done 1980s comedy, which there are so many of already.
(de) wrote: The movie was great, but it would've been better if Jabba the Hutt wasn't a major character in the first part and the Ehawks weren't so annoying. But I enjoyed the final fight between Luke and Darth Vader and Emperor Palpatine.
(es) wrote: Music was good! Typical early Clint.... not at all sure what this is, but I'm assured it is a classic.
(gb) wrote: 1/17/2016: Meh. A decent cast but nothing great or memorable about this film.
(gb) wrote: Good movie with N. Cage and its reminds a bit like "Deja Vu" . He plays a magician and he can see in the future but only for a short time.. and now some people wants his help. Worth seeing.
(jp) wrote: This movie has received a ton of bad reviews and they are not deserved. Its a movie that will get your brain acting in over time. When the movie ended I was on the edge of my seat, grinning and saying "what the fuck" with my mind completely blown. Its nice to have a change of scenery with movies and find one that is not predictable which seems to be what the critics would have preferred. Watch it, it will blow your mind. It's one of the best movies I have seen this year and I've watched hundreds.