Scarface

Scarface

After getting a green card in exchange for assassinating a Cuban government official, Tony Montana stakes a claim on the drug trade in Miami. Viciously murdering anyone who stands in his way, Tony eventually becomes the biggest drug lord in the state, controlling nearly all the cocaine that comes through Miami. But increased pressure from the police, wars with Colombian drug cartels and his own drug-fueled paranoia serve to fuel the flames of his eventual downfall.

Power ambitions since he was a refugee, one of those who fled to the US entry in Cuba now is a mafia boss. Watch film Don Scar Face with the participation of the actors Al Pacino, Steven Bauer, Michelle Pfeiffer.... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Brian C (it) wrote: Great story and very interesting villain. Too bad the acting was so bad and flat

Alfredo G (ag) wrote: A laugh out loud hilarious movie with a great message. Every American hating liberal should watch this movie and maybe they too can get a clue. God Bless America! USA! USA! USA!

Chad H (fr) wrote: I would just like to say that every director has a film they probably should not have made....unfortunately for Danny Pang, this is his. The story was weak, as was the acting. A forest where people go to commit suicide - and holds the true secrets a to how they died. It's a mix between the realm of Poison Ivy meets the grudge....Maybe "In Love with the Dead" will redeem my faith in Danny.

Menon D (br) wrote: An almost perfect movie for anyone who thought it might be too late to change. Tunde's performance actually let's us see in believable way how a mild-mannered, shy, quiet man could risk everything for a girl he met briefly at a party.

Greg P (ca) wrote: Pretty funny movie with some good actors. I love Martin Starr (if you're not sure who he is, you have to watch Freaks and Geeks). I'm also a big Psych fan so seeing Maggie Lawson when she was younger is cool. This movie centers around a group of seniors in high school who cheat on tests. Some of the thngs they go through seem kind of out there but it turns out most of the movie is based on actual events in the filmmakers' lives. Some pretty good lines throughout the movie too.

Ane B (au) wrote: How to make a sequel to a bad film? Well, make it worse. While the first Mortal Kombat is entertaining and to some (including me) a guilty pleasure, it's not a good film. But this film takes "shitty" to a whole new level. The acting is horrendous, the story sounds like it was written by a five-year old, ... It actually hurt my eyes by how bad this thing even looked. Let's just put a bag over it's head, throw it in the basement and forget it ever existed.

Chester Y (ca) wrote: Freaking hilarious hk movie. Stylistically similar to Shaolin Soccer, but replace Soccer with Cooking and you're good. (Heck, might as well have been called Shaolin Cooking). If I didn't know any better I'd say there was a Canto version of a song I heard in Boys Be's anime. Weird. Worth a watch though!

Ian B (us) wrote: Brian De Palma's obsession with all things Hitchcock continues. Psycho was the obvious influence on Dressed to Kill, but this time De Palma decided to throw a handful of Hitchcock films into the mix. Body Double is essentially a trashy take on Rear Window, with bits of Vertigo and Frenzy thrown in for the hell of it. The story revolves around a claustrophobic actor who sees his beautiful neighbour murdered while spying on her from his apartment. Of course, not everything is as it seems. On the one hand, Body Double is an extremely stylish thriller about obsession, repression and 80's excess. It takes shots at mainstream Hollywood, the MTV generation, and Regan-era America. On the other hand, it's a sleazy, predictable T&A flick with endless plot holes and a sluggish pace. This movie could be the very definition of style over substance. The camerawork is magnificent, Pino Donaggio's score is wonderfully hypnotic, Craig Wasson and Melanie Griffith give terrific performances, and De Palma proves once again why he's a master at manipulating his audience. The other obvious highlight being Frankie Goes to Hollywood's 'Relax' music video actually being apart of the movie. All of my problems with the film come from the nonsensical script. It's a shame such brilliant technical work and great acting is constantly dragged down by one of the most bland and predictable scripts imaginable. Still, the movie is so bizarre and daring that it's definitely worth checking out for yourself.

Eric R (fr) wrote: John Cassavetes last film could actually be his best film. There are parts of this film that remind me of Minnie and Moskowitz, Faces, Killing of a Chinese Bookie, etc. Its a film about a brother and sister, both played to perfection by Rowland and Cassavetes, whom are just whom would be classified as good people. Robert (Cassavetes) is a full blown alcoholic whom needs multiple woman in his bed nightly. He is a horrible father, and we still are absolutely fascinated with him, and in fact; care for him. Sarah (Rowland), has just gone through a divorce and lost custody of her kid. She is in a poor mental state, because she believes love is continuous and never dies; which leads to her downright disorientation and mental anguish. Cassavetes uses these characters to explore love, family and really just life in general. In a less capable directors hands we would have just hated these characters; they would have been shallow and one dimensional but not with Cassavetes behind the wheel. The reason this very well could be my favorite Cassavetes is how Love Streams is surreal and even experimental compared to his previous work. The dream sequences are powerful and downright hypnotizing. Just another masterpiece by maybe the best director, when it comes to relationship drama, of all time.

Tanner B (au) wrote: This is Spinal Tap (1984) C-83m. ??? D: Rob Reiner. Rob Reiner, Michael McKean, Christopher Guest, Harry Shearer, Tony Hendra, R.J. Parnell. One-of-a-kind parody of a rock documentary with Reiner as Marty DiBergi, filmmaker recording a concert tour of the most incompetent heavy metal band that ever made a return to the stage. Machiavellian and often very funny, with now-legendary scene with the amplifier that goes to "11".

Steve W (nl) wrote: At a brisk 90 minutes, it manages to shove five separate groups of people in a hunt for gold on a mountain. The main one is Gennosuke, who is being chased for killing a man under orders.It does feel a bit rushed, but flashbacks manage to keep the character development afloat. The few sword fights are well done, but it ended in a way I disliked.

Scott S (de) wrote: It Came from Beneath the Sea (1955) -- [4.5] -- This atomic-age monster movie features a giant octopus that attacks San Francisco. With the help of special effects maestro Ray Harryhausen, the creature topples some skyscrapers and whacks a piece out of the Golden Gate bridge. Unfortunately, the visual effects are the only reason to recommend this flick, which suffers from many of the same ailments you find in other atomic-age fare, including pointless narration and annoying characters from a long-outdated gender paradigm.

Doug R (gb) wrote: Entertaining and goofy... certainly not the best example of its kind, but also not nearly the worst.

Karen M (es) wrote: "team jacob, bitch!"

Al S (au) wrote: A top-notch classic. A smart, well-crafted, exciting and intriguing action-thriller. A tense, topical and riveting thrill-ride packed with exciting climbing sequences and action scenes. Clint Eastwood is terrific, he`s stylish, cool and very confident in his performance and as director. A surprisingly effective and thrilling movie that's worth the visit. Even with today's standards this film still works.

Christopher D (jp) wrote: I've always had a soft spot in my heart for the music this movie is about. Legends like Muddy Waters, Little Walter, Howlin' Wolf, Etta James, and Chuck Berry are handled very well and with a lot of love. This is highly fictionalized though. Not a very accurate portrayal, but it does serve as a nice introduction to the roots of American popular music.