The Born Losers
A ruthless motorcycle gang rides into a California town and terrorizes its denizens.
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Mikey P (ag) wrote: Whether you like it or not is irrelevant. What this movie achieves in recreating the 1940's Shanghai is nothing short of amazing. Also the Blu-ray transfer is just mind-blowing. The movie itself seems like a modern take on Casablanca. It's a pleasure to watch but it's storyline is not it's strongest point. To say it's weak or mediocre, however, would be a major understatement. It's just not on par with the visual splendour. You owe it to yourself to watch this one - if good, but not great plot isn't enough for you, do it for the eye-candy.
Jho R (gb) wrote: I wish I could've seen more of the drama of the historical tasting rather than the other dramas this movie focused on. It seems like you wait and wait for it to happen...and then the moment just gets lost in all of these other stories. Rickman is the total highlight of the movie.
Brent F (ru) wrote: Any movie that can have a interpretive dance sequence, apropos of nothing, and not detract from the film as a whole deserves to be watched.
Mike T (mx) wrote: This stand up is hilarious. Lewis Black is the man. I'll never look at "Moo-cow-fuck-milk" the same way ever again! "Lactose free? KISS MY DICK!!"
Rix C (de) wrote: Such a lovely movie with an amazing cast. Hawke and Delpy really teach us what is into the world these days and before about this whole love situation. They just talk and talk for like an hour but you just doesn't feel it like that. It's amazing. What a history.
Jason H (es) wrote: It actually looks good, but i have always come for the words.
Mark T (de) wrote: The nadir of Neilsen's career. Stick to the genius of the cartoon, avoid this like the plague.
Javor B (es) wrote: At times disgusting, but all in all a pretty entertaining french film.
Jeff B (gb) wrote: A very poor-man's "Leon." This movie could've been much better than it was but the weak directing and questionable writing dragged it down.
Jaime R (it) wrote: It just might be Gus Van Sant's most thoughtful film to date.
Adam T (nl) wrote: Masculine, no frills drama about blokes in the outback making a living as shearers. Jack Thomson is particularly memorable, but the film is just a good, solid yarn.
Ben W (us) wrote: it was almost interesting. story of a powerful man in a time of political turmoil in sicily. beautifully shot, but way too long, way too convoluted, and way too many bits that could have easily been left on the cutting room floor.
Cali Fornia C (it) wrote: Good cast and interesting plot. Heavier than I expected, but with funny bits. Enjoyable.
Eduardo R (ag) wrote: Entertaining rubbish.
Kai R (ag) wrote: A movie that could have been so much more, 'Let Me In' isn't particularly worth watching without fully exploring the book beforehand.
Jonathan M (fr) wrote: Lindsay Anderson's "This Sporting Life" is a fantastic film primarily about frustrated desire (rugby player for his landlady, the director for his star) with a bit of overdone symbolism offset by great performances and Anderson's ability to frame Harris on the screen as this monumental physical presence.
angelina r (fr) wrote: Rubbish movie. I was hoping to see some valid arguments but left so disappointed. When that stupid kid is talking about how the universe started he implies that the big bang was how god created it but..."The earth was formless and void, and darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of God was moving over the surface of the waters. Then God said, "Let there be light"; and there was light." How was there water if the universe wasn't yet created? Come on people the arguments were rubbish and everyone in that classroom should have called him our for it. Its kinda sad how this biased movie was the definition of Christian stupidity. I expected better. Also, why make not only the atheists the villain but also the Muslims? Most Christain and Muslims believe that its the same one...