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The American Gangster
Program provides an historical archive of how gangsters took advantage of changes in public policy to gain wealth and power in the first half of the twentieth century and how they met their...
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Mike N (kr) wrote: definitely not for everyone, but i loved it. great performances, and story to show what addiction is and the recovery process.
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Freddie J (us) wrote: wish I can skate like that
Brian B (de) wrote: Terrific! Snipes is tailor made to be Blade!
Christopher C (ru) wrote: I remember my grandfahter taking me to see this and i thought it was funny!
Leo F (fr) wrote: A must-see for anyone who's ever been in water anywhere. This film encompasses the essence of surfing and its joyful purity. Surfer of every type are depicted here; from the shores of Hawaii to the Great Lakes, all are equal at the mercy of the adrenaline rush.
Guilherme J (ag) wrote: Interessante drama criminal que se concentra mais na interao entre os personagens do que no desenvolvimento da trama, se saindo vitorioso no processo principalmente graas s excelentes performances de Ben Kingsley, Ray Winstone e Ian McShane.
Kasra S (ca) wrote: Saw it years ago on late night,it was very boring and it had one good sex scene but it was not the main character but the stereotypical cheerleader,.The whole movie is field with stereotypical characters.Thje bitchy cheerleader,the ass jock boyfriend,the gay guy ,the friend.The main protagaist who is always scared because of her mom being killed by the killer .The mysterious guy.this film is bad ,the great Christopher Plumber is in this crap fest.I hope he gets a better agent.
Erin O (us) wrote: Roger Vadim: Funny, I never knew they wore such skimpy garb in the Middle Ages ... It's somewhat interesting, but mostly forgettable.Louis Malle: Fine ... but that scene where the girl is stripped naked, tied down and basically threatened with murder in front of a group of strangers is complete and utter ludicrous. Any normal human being, regardless of gender, would be screaming or at least trying to escape.Federico Fellini: Love it! Easily the best of the three segments.
Kristina K (au) wrote: I'm a big Fantasy fan, but even I can't excuse the dullness in this production. I know that it may be huge temptation to play a queen but Miranda Otto should pick her roles more carefully.
Dee T (es) wrote: This struck me as the quintessential Boomer film. It also cemented my view that Giamatti is one of the most gifted actors working today.
Ola G (it) wrote: Carly Norris (Sharon Stone), a book editor, moves into an exclusive New York residential building, not long after the previous tenant, Naomi Singer, falls to her death from her balcony. In the apartment building, Carly meets two of her new neighbours, author Jack Lansford (Tom Berenger) who writes thriller novels and Zeke Hawkins (William Baldwin), a handsome and mysterious computer game developer, but also the secret owner of the apartment building. Carly and Zeke soon enough start meeting and subsequently they begin a sexual relationship. Carly is also being romantically pursued by Jack, whom she is a bit more unsure on. Two of Carly's neighbours suddenly die under suspicious circumstances and the police suspect that there is a serial killer in the apartment building. Carly is unaware that Zeke has secretly wired the apartment building with hidden cameras and he has been watching the lives of each tenant living in the apartment building including Carly. Carly begins to suspect that Zeke or Jack may be the serial killer responsible for the murders and she may be the killer's next victim..."Sliver" was heavily panned by critics and the main criticisms were that the film provided little in the way of compelling thriller elements, that it diluted some of the plotlines of the novel, and that the actors were not on form. Many also singled out the editing and ending, calling the latter hasty and unconvincing. It was also nominated for seven Razzie Awards, including Worst Picture, Worst Director, Worst Actor (William Baldwin), Worst Actress (Sharon Stone), Worst Supporting Actor (Tom Berenger), Worst Supporting Actress (Colleen Camp) and Worst Screenplay, but failed to "win" any. When re-seeing "Sliver" it makes me think of a poor mans Brian De Palma thriller. It wants to be a De Palma film, but is nowhere near the heydays of the mentioned director. The plot is too thin (so much seems to be fillers), the dialogue campy, it lacks real suspense and the characters arent intriguing or for that matter interesting. Yes, the main topic of personal privacy, surveillance and the notion of someone playing Big Brother/Peeping Tom is there, but its just no very well handled by Phillip Noyce. The lovely Sharon Stone is ok, but shes been in better shape while both Baldwin and Berenger (I reckon one of his worst roles) are out of shape. The sex scenes are initially ok in my mind. I think the first sex scene between Stone and Baldwin has a touch of hotness to it, but then it goes pear shaped after that. The pillar scene is just over the top ridiculous. In the original ending Sharon Stone and the killer fly over a volcano when the killer suddenly confesses his crimes. He then veers the aircraft into the volcano as the end credits roll and leaves the audience to decide whether they survive. The preview audiences disliked this ending and we got "Get a life!" as the ending instead. Well... neither of them seems satisfying in my eyes, but I havent red Ira Levins book so I dont know if he keeps things together and the volcano ending (if that is actually the ending in the book) works or not, but the ending in the movie just feels halfassed and rushed due to the preview audience.