A music-infused drama about Joe Meek, the flamboyantly gay, tone deaf, songwriter-producer behind the '60s hits "Have I the Right," "Just Like Eddie," "Johnny, Remember Me" and "Telstar." . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Telstar: The Joe Meek Story
A music-infused drama about Joe Meek, the flamboyantly gay, tone deaf, songwriter-producer behind the '60s hits "Have I the Right," "Just Like Eddie," "Johnny, Remember Me" and "Telstar."
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Ant B (ag) wrote: I waited seven years before watching this movie. I wish I hadn't. It is one of the best Spike Lee films I've seen, but not perfect, thus the 4 1/2 stars. Spike Lee finally learned how to end a movie right; the montage of Black memorabilia during the credits was very moving. No shouting, no random folks saying they are someone they are not: just a fade to black. Bamboozled is totally relevant to today's portrayal of Blacks in the media and entertainment fields.
Stuart K (es) wrote: Directed by Harold Becker (The Onion Field (1979), Sea of Love (1989) and Mercury Rising (1998)), and written by Kenneth Lipper (The Winter Guest (1997), Paul Schrader (Taxi Driver (1976)), Nicholas Pileggi (Goodfellas (1990)) and Bo Goldman (Scent of a Woman (1992)). This thriller is about political corruption inspired by the real life case of Donald Manes. It's a good thriller to watch with a good cast. New York Mayor John Pappas (Al Pacino) is well liked in the city, but he has grander ambitions, like running for President, and his deputy mayor Kevin Calhoun (John Cusack) hails from Louisiana. Calhoun had always put his career and Pappas first, but his loyalty goes awry after undercover cop Eddie Santos (Nestor Serrano) and mobster Tino Zapatti (Larry Romano) have a gun fight, and 6 year old James Bone (Jaliyl Lynn) is killed in the crossfire. Calhoun discovers a link between the murder and Brooklyn politician Frank Anselmo (Danny Aiello), who has been secretly paying Zapatti's uncle Paul (Tony Franciosa) to smear Santos' name. It's a good thriller, and it's not a million miles away from what was to come in Broken City (2013), only there was a lot more corruption there. Pacino is on autopilot for most of the film, but still good, but it's Cusack who shows gravitas here. He's an honest politician trying to do what is right.
Bob L (au) wrote: So 80's! Young Tim Hutton and REALLY young Kim Cantrell take New York 'tagging' culture to try and undermine a corrupt wannabe Mayor. Shallow but alot of fun and letching after Cantrell in Sex and The City is not going to feel right after seeing her in this!
Eric H (us) wrote: Overall, this is more tightly constructed than the novella, and dispensing with the ludicrous violence makes it far more credible. For these reasons, it's more unsettling than King's work could ever be. Once again Singer has given us a cleverly written, beautifully acted, and finely crafted film.
Melanie J (jp) wrote: wow rourke did not age well! he was pretty freaking hot! not a completely terrible movie i've seen worse. i like how everything is sexy!
Paula K (ca) wrote: The miserable, dysfunctional Jewish family played to the hilt, but in a dull way, without getting you to actually care about the characters.