Rudy

Rudy

Rudy grew up in a steel mill town where most people ended up working, but wanted to play football at Notre Dame instead. There were only a couple of problems. His grades were a little low, his athletic skills were poor, and he was only half the size of the other players. But he had the drive and the spirit of 5 people and has set his sights upon joining the team.

Since he was a little boy, Rudy Ruttinger has idolized the University of Notre Dame and its football team. However, he is a small boy who will inevitably grow up to be a small man. But he is determined to overcome the odds and fulfill his dream of playing for Notre Dame. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Victoria C (gb) wrote: I'm 37minutes in and am really enjoying this. It's an extremely difficult situation and all too common in Africa.

Marah R (es) wrote: Inspirational story of finding a purpose after losing a loved one. Shia Labouf gives a commendable performance but his skills don't save the movies dull, and poor directing.

Jessica H (gb) wrote: There are so many things wrong with this film, but I can't help, but laugh loudly.

Alexandre A (au) wrote: a slapstick cheesy but funny

Katie L (gb) wrote: I watched this based off of the cast and premise, not knowing who wrote or directed it, but part way through the movie I had this weird feeling that Adam Goldberg was involved - and then the credits rolled and his name popped up and I was weirded out for a fraction of a second... ANYWAYS - great cast but only an okay movie - and I usually love dark movies like this. Ribisi is a talented man - and I always love Jason Lee :)

gurnles g (us) wrote: This movie came out at almost the same time as "Fairy Tale: a true story". This one has a much more cynical take on things. Not cynical about the existence of faires, as much as it is cynical about human nature and the behavior of crowds, hype and sensationalism. It delves into the chaos created by the media frenzy of the photos. Rather dark in tone, certainly not something for kids.

Eric H (de) wrote: Overall, the movie sets out to entertain, and it falls flat. The film gives in to your irrational urges to endanger others and damage their property. It will make you a better person! For example, was it REALLY necessary for Phoebe to wreck her friend's houseboat in order for her to learn how to talk back to her overbearing mother and ditch her sleazy fianc? Evidently yes. But destructive behavior does NOT always, or usually, lead to enlightenment. Frankly only people who can't understand normal thinking would write or believe this.

Jennifer X (ru) wrote: Silkwood felt kind of preachy and also hippie at the same time, but Meryl Streep is a pretty magnetic actress, and she pulls us through.

Movie K (jp) wrote: Slow and boring movie set in WW2. A group of 8 soldiers led by Burt Lancaster was in the forest and met a Count Jean-Pierre Aumont. They stay in his castle and Burt has sexual affair with his wife Astrid Heeren (really classy and beautiful). Jean-Pierre allows it because he can't have erection and want a heir. Patrick O'Neal is trying to salvage the art pieces in the castle. As enemies advance nearer, Burt decide to defend the castle. First they go into town to recruit more soldiers but the enemies attack and they almost can't make it. Then they return to the castle for defense. Holding out till the last breath, Burt order Al Freeman Jr. to save Astrid and leave the castle via a secret tunnel. Everyone else died in the battle and the castle is totally destroy in the battle.

Chris Z (jp) wrote: This is a documentary of the TeaParty movement. Except that it was filmed in 1969. And it's French. And it is totally insane. The most virulently anti-American film I've ever seen, and that has probably ever been made. Oh yeah, so what is this about? Mr. Freedom (who the NYT describes as a "patriotic lesbian drag queen") travels to France to fight off the Red China Man (which is a gigantic inflatable Asian smoking worm ballon in the subway) and the French Anti-Freedom (FAF) which is a big guy in a fat red wetsuit. He is joined by a female sidekick whom he randomly abuses. He runs around in a ridiculous costume doing anti-communist rallies, eating gigantic bowls of corn flakes, killing people randomly, raping his way across France, and eventually blowing up the entire country. This movie is crazy, and fascinating, and stunning in how relevant it is. And how also completely wacky and irrelevant it is in other parts. This is a clumsy disaster of a movie that you just have to see to understand. And even when you do, you won't understand it. This is a movie that clearly had a lot of drugs involved. But god help you if you decide to watch this anything but sober or you'll be having nightmares forever. This is an indescribable film. It has a bunch of rainbow-painted Michelen-Man guys. There are a bunch of hoses and teleporters happening. Mr. Freedom shows up in harlem and kills some black people then darts off. This is a terrible movie, and I really don't know what to think. Absolutely ridiculous.

Jess G (ru) wrote: One Netflix reviewer put it this way: "It's not often that we get to hear the interior monologues of a black girl in Senegal in the 1960s. It's not often that we get to see her doing her hair and getting dressed and flirting and being excited about her future. It's not often we get to hear her great expectations and then see them react against reality. It's not often such a girl is made the subject of great art." Though a little mundane and at times coarse in style compared to Sembne's other work, what really makes it poignant are little symbols like the tribal mask and Diouana's dress style--the subtle reminders of how colonization and spiritual uprooting have destroyed more than just societies.

Fredo S (ag) wrote: James Bond? We don't need no stinking James Bond, we've got Flint...

Davey M (au) wrote: The black and white Scope cinematography, coupled with Preminger's masterful mis-en-scene, is beautiful and expressive, the editing is crisp, the score vibrant, the performances compelling (Olivier's easy charm grounds it and Coward's creepy madman is a highlight), and the story is suspenseful, twisty, surprising, scary, and genuinely disturbing, and can be read as something of a feminist reaction to the Ophelia-like character that crops up in so many horror movies--the sensitive, fragile woman driven to tragic madness. There are some noticeable influences, "Psycho" being one of them, and, like that movie, "Bunny Lake" intricately shifts its audience's sympathies by shifting the role of the protagonist throughout, a difficult narrative sleight of hand that is handled very effectively and nearly effortlessly, with even more subtlety than Hitchcock. The script flirts with camp at times, but the pulpy, stylish execution, the black sense of humor, and the real sense of humanity and compassion for its characters ultimately anchors it all down.

Gregory S (br) wrote: Neo-nasty-noir, crackling with multitudes of zingers and wit, and a knockout performance from Linda Fiorentino as the femme fatale from Hell. You will definitely want to stay out of her way.