Some call it tagging, some call it writing, still others call it bombing--it's all graffiti. Whether it's art or not is another matter, but it's undeniably illegal. Tony Silver and Henry Chalfant's historic PBS documentary Style Wars tracks the rise and fall of subway graffiti in New York in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
- Stars:Demon, Kase 2, Eric Haze, Spank, Trap, Kay Slay, Butch, Skeme, Zone, Min One, Cap, Michael Martin, Quik, Mare, Li'l Seen,
- Director:Tony Silver,
Some call it tagging, some call it writing, still others call it bombing--it's all graffiti. Whether it's art or not is another matter, but it's undeniably illegal. Tony Silver and Henry Chalfant's historic PBS documentary Style Wars tracks the rise and fall of subway graffiti in New York in the late 1970s and early 1980s. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Style Wars torrent reviews
(au) wrote: It's a fun movie to riff on because it keeps a straight face though out the entire movie and takes itself very serious considering the plot is a ripoff of the terminator movies
(it) wrote: A movie experience I am not likely to forget and I have seen (and forgotten) many, many Western Movies. Quiet, strong, haunting and magnificent.
(fr) wrote: its one of those stupid as hell ____ movieswhich tries put in more movie references, cameos, fart jokes, and sexthese movies are pure crap do not waste your time and money on these things
(mx) wrote: frankie muniz,me gusta como trabaja a su corta edad
(gb) wrote: Hilarious satire. Yes it is offensive, and in 1999 it wasn't quite as acceptable to make fun of stupid hicks as it is these days so reviews vary. If you find this offensive, you don't deserve to be on the internet.
(nl) wrote: one of my favorite movies
(fr) wrote: John Hughes has got something that a lot of other directors would kill for, a secret recipe. No matter how bad the story, the jokes, and the acting is you always get a comforting feeling watching his films. I don't know how or why, but it surely is a magic key to success. This isn't particularly funny and the story is a cack love story about a mommies boy, it's been done loads of times but still, it's more than watchable. As a sidenote, was that really the bird from Convoy? addition: no it wasn't, just looked it up.
(es) wrote: Harrowing and tragic, El Norte delivers with raw emotional power.
(ru) wrote: a si-fi horror thriller with clever pacing and thrilling tension that never feels outdated a timeless classic.
(nl) wrote: This is a great Vietnam piece. i can't recall how many times I've seen it . Has anyone seen this on dvd yet?
(es) wrote: Forget Antichrist, John Cassavetes handles the ills of heterosexual relationships in a much better and tasteful manner than Lars von Trier. One of the principal indie films of the 60s.
(fr) wrote: "Dokumentrn" horror ve stylu Zhady v Blairwitch, tentokrt z oput?nho tajemnho blzince. Nic p?evratnho ?ekat nelze, ale straideln to rozhodn? je.
(mx) wrote: It tone is off, switching between 70s anti war film and cult horror film, but it delivers on it story and stays true to it from beginning to end no matter how much if shifts in tone.