The Bowery

The Bowery

"In the Gay Nineties New York had grown up into bustles and balloon Sleeves ... but The Bowery had grown younger, louder and more rowdy until it was known as the 'Livest Mile on the face of the globe' ... the cradle of men who were later to be famous.

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The Bowery torrent reviews

Carlos M (jp) wrote: An engaging drama that gives us the impression that the excellent actors are improvising in the many long takes, so natural and unaffected they seem in their roles. But this Romanian film could have opted for close-ups in its key scenes to enhance the dramatic intensity.

Kate D (ru) wrote: A refreshing upgrade of Stephen King's Cell. It's weighed down at bit for unneeded dramatics and spotty plot, but surmounts to a pretty decent movie.

joao b (de) wrote: Roland Emmerich's 2012 transfere bons efeitos visuais e timas sequencias,mesmo assim prejudicado pelo roteiro ridculo e horrvel.

Gary S (ca) wrote: Whilst not overly exciting, it probably summed up well the boredom punctuated by potential sudden death which the soldiers in question suffered. Even with the periodic mortar/artillery attacks the soldier announcing "incoming" or "hit" said it in a bored, "I've seen it all before" voice. Demonstrated well how in modern warfare, especially over the past few decades, you do not see who is actually trying to kill you.

Matt A (gb) wrote: ggggggggggrrrreeeeaaatttttt !!!!!!!!!!!!

Brian L (ca) wrote: Not much of a plot or a story but a fun film to watch. I liked it! :)

Marty H (kr) wrote: A big bag of bull-crap.

WS W (it) wrote: An absolute French romance classic in the 90s. I think I began falling for French Cinema since this one. Both Sophie Marceau & Vincent Perez at their primes & made themselves a perfect item in the movie. Some really beautiful scenes & ideas- as beautiful as fake. Sweet!

Weul S (gb) wrote: A lonely white widow & a robust moroccan immigrant make an unlikely love in this touching film that focuses on racism & ageism ever prevalent in society. Love is beautiful, man.

Scott S (gb) wrote: The Giant Behemoth (1959) -- [3.5] -- Just six years after directing "The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms," director Eugene Lourie goes back to the well for another giant lizard movie, only this time the monster is radioactive. While production values are high for a low-budget British production (British B-movies put American B-movies to shame, really), the resulting film is a far less successful one. Willis O'Brien's stop-motion animation in the last half-hour are not as accomplished as Ray Harryhausen's work in "Fathoms". The action scenes are un-focused and the first forty minutes of scientific mumbo-jumbo is pretty intolerable.

Matthew S (fr) wrote: Though many of the themes and ideas Lars von Trier explores can be interpreted in various and often controversial, this remains a potent and magical film. This is evocative, disturbing, touching and an oddly inspirationally-based study of faith and the love it creates. Emily Watson is always brilliant, but this is her film. She owns it and her work will leave a shadow in your soul. Brilliant and a must see for any person who loves cinematic high art.

Adam W (mx) wrote: was fun, but completely unrealistic. Not great.

Brian B (us) wrote: Whatever happened to these types of movies? Nightmares, Tales from the Darkside, Creepshow... They were all great with horror shorts in them. My favorite in this one is the giant rat.