The Chicago 8
Based on actual court transcripts of 8 anti-war protesters on trial for conspiring to cause riots at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago.
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Dan L (au) wrote: Definitely on the cute side, but chemistry lacking between the leads (despite these actors being engaged in real life at the time of filming, now married!) and the plot is a little simplistic. That said, it's a sweet movie.
Cynthia S (au) wrote: Based on actual events, and consequently a book titled "The Last Victim". Fascinating topic. I have always found the subject of serial killers an extremely interesting one, anyway. PLUS the case of John Wayne Gacy is an especially interesting one, since I grew up in the same area, and remember it well. For a college student to choose to try to befriend serial killers for a school project is crazy. Jason Moss talked to some of the most notorious serial killers to ever exist. This apparently affected him so badly that he ended up committing suicide on 6/6/06. There are very interesting interviews with him on YouTube. Check it out...
Eugene B (it) wrote: Lone Survivor's pulse-pounding combat and emotional grips make for a dramatic portrayal of brothers in arms. Mark Wahlberg and the rest of his comrades, along with a striking direction from Peter Berg, do a just treatment that compliment the courageous individuals in uniform and those who contributed in their fight for survival. 4.5/5
Lucy W (de) wrote: Love this film, it's totally kwl and freacky, but i love it ^^
Said R (es) wrote: Probably one of the all time worst movie. After finishing it with very hard effort, I was simply angry that it wasted my valuable 3 hours. No plot, no acting, no music, no action, no romance, no science, no fiction.... no nothing...!
Carolyn F (gb) wrote: The main priest isn't very likable, but his convictions are impressive. The most interesting thing is the cultural gaps between the French and the different Native American groups.
Bente E (au) wrote: Den tristeste filmen ever!!! buhuuu.....
Heart C (au) wrote: Here I was, a 80's movie nut, and I had never even heard of this one. In fact, I only watched it because I knew someone who claimed to be in a background shot. This movie was nothing more then the stereotypical 80's flick; for that, I loved it. It doesn't try to be something it's not. They didn't take the movie in the direction I thought, which made it feel fresh and kept my attention. Corey Haim is adorable, Kerri Green is beautiful, and a young Charlie Sheen with his shirt off is reason enough to watch this movie. Even appearances by young Winona Ryder and Jeremy Piven make this film worth a glance. A must see for any 80's fan with a little extra time on their hands.
August C (jp) wrote: DragonSlayer 1 out of 5 stars (2017)4 out of 5 stars (1981)A young curly haired wizards apprentice must rise up and save the girl next door princess using only his spear and his charm. (See what I did there?)So let me take you back to a time before Lord of The Rings a time when Starwars was still the best thing with the recent release of Empire and true sword and sorcery films were few and far between. It's important to take that into perspective because back then nerds had to take what they could get.Flash forward to 2017 past the renaissance of the 80s scifi/ fantasy genre and Dragonslayer becomes nothing more than a footnote in bizzare Disney history.Trust me its almost unwatchable. The dialogue is about as fun as listening to your roommate sit on a toilet with diaerreah. The cast is just painful to look at and watch, Seriously, I hope who ever was in charge of wardrobe and the drab set pieces never managed to worked in Hollywood again.Anyway there's brief nudity and gore which is cool because I'd be hard pressed to give out that one star otherwise. The spear/sword fight has magical sparks flying about for some apparent reason, because magic I suppose and the sound effects make it all the more hilarious, im sure this was added to distract fom the choreography because its about as graceful as a Hippo on a trampoline (imagine it).So all in all, is it worth your time? The Dragon FX are decent for 1981and were even nominated for an Oscar and if you are in need a drinking buddy, like me last night, Dragonslayer is your man.
Veniea T (kr) wrote: Don't care for Elvis and any others that have to do with him
Rka (us) wrote: Ezt ltni kell!!! :D
Kevin M W (gb) wrote: There's drama afoot in the exclusive halls of the Grand Hotel as the rich and famous cavort to their wont and pleasure. Filmed pre-code, some of yhe drama boldly crosses over into salacious territory: witness as Joan Crawford fields the age old query as to whether she like to "take dictation", and see Greta Garbo dance around in an all but sheer nightgown, heavens! There's very little subtlety here, old style written as if 3rd grade grammar school printing, but, per Thalberg undoubtedly, still a quality presentation. A must for history buffs.