The movie follows New York City detectives Popeye Doyle and Buddy Russo who hope to break a narcotics smuggling ring and ultimately uncover The French Connection. The more Popeye and Cloudy dig, the closer they get, to where Chanier agrees to an attempt on Popeye's life that results in a brutal train hijacking and automobile pursuit, and eventually to a showdown between police and mobsters outside the city. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Thaina F (br) wrote: overall pretty OK movie. ending was horrible. and it's pretty sad the directors decided to write the girls family dead and had everyone thinking she was insane. very poor ending.
Ruben A (ag) wrote: With a principal being PAUL, completely unsympathetic, without character, stupid, weird and mismanaged, a story that does not give at all, normal performances, without any kind of background or detail, possibly acceptable, a script that is not exactly a bad thing but it is not so good, locations, effects and characterizations salvageable, but the worst is the lack of empathy with these aberrations CHARACTERS,
Jeremy C (de) wrote: This movie is better than King of Kong. Don't let anyone tell you otherwise.
Konrad D (es) wrote: WOW! watched this like 3 times a day for two weeks straight!
shanay m (de) wrote: INtresting to watch his rivalry with Picasso , his love with Jeanne. Poor poor Modi!
Harry A (de) wrote: Absolutely wonderful bittersweet drama from Zhang.
Luis O (jp) wrote: Didn't we all feel like Powder when we where in Jr High? and didn't we wished we had such powers back then?
Kilo D (nl) wrote: "Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle" is an absorbing, Altman-esque exploration of Dorothy Parker and her enormous circle of friends. Jennifer Jason Leigh is a knockout.
Ivan D (mx) wrote: This is my second Gaspar Noe venture, and it makes me more interested in his other works. This short film is very uniquely made, with great editing, and a surreal atmosphere. Though it is violent and graphic, the film in general is very well-made.
Alonso A (mx) wrote: Visually outstanding, engaging in its storytelling and epic in every aspect you can think of, Ran is top Kurosawa, therefore it is pure cinema.
Kevin R (kr) wrote: You can stick that up your ass!Two women locked up in a third world prison get to know each other. Karen Brent is a white woman who works for a revolutionary colony that hopes to free the country and get rid of prisons like the one she finds herself in. Lee Daniels is a former drug smuggler from the city. She wants to escape and get a boat back to her homeland. The two girls work together to see if they can accomplish their goals. "He doesn't have the balls to pressure us!"Eddie Romero, director of Beyond Atlantis, A Case of Honor, Desire, Blood Devils, The Ravagers, Lost Battalion, and The Passionate Strangers, delivers Black Mama White Mama. The storyline for this picture is entertaining and fun to watch unfold. This reminded me a little of The Big Bird Cage. The acting was above average and the action scenes were as you'd expect from this era. The cast includes Pam Grier, Margaret Markov, Sid Haig, and Lynn Borden. "She tells me she's a good friend of yours too!"I grabbed this off Netflix as a nice grindhouse picture I had never seen and needed to lay my eyes upon. The characters were okay and the dialogue was better than I expected. The overall film is a nice addition to the grindhouse genre but far from a classic. I do recommend giving this picture a viewing if you're a fan of the genre, but I would hesitate to add this to my DVD collection."I'm not as stupid as I look. I know who you are."Grade: C+
visitorQ S (kr) wrote: Frher Bergman, der noch lange nicht die Power der spteren Werke hat, doch die Grundatmosphre hat gestimmt und man merkt, welchen Weg der schwedische Meister nach diesem Film noch gehen wrde. gute 3/5
Sabrina A (ag) wrote: Propaganda at it's not so finest. It took me a while to "get" what the film was trying to tell me. As far as I'm concerned, it's a beautifully shot film that screeches to a halt every time one of the "local" actors opens his mouth. This flick was funded by an oil company. Now, normally I'd think that the film is trying to tell me that drilling for oil is good, and the Utopian bayou is just as peaceful as ever after the oil company comes in, makes the family rich, and happily leaves. HOWEVER, this train of thought is stunted by the visual rape of utopia by the drilling machines presented to me. There must have been 5 solid minutes of phallic machinery roughly plunging in and out of a hole in the deck, splashing around water and such that made me very uncomfortable and rather anti-oil company. Is it propaganda? For sure. Is there conflicting imagery? I'd say so. Is it a documentary film, as it was presented to me? Hell no. It was a fiction film. With actors. And a script. And extremely selective editing. Also, if I were raping nature for oil in Louisiana, I don't think I'd let the barefooted Cajun son of mother nature wander around my rig, especially when he's spitting both superstitions about mermaids and werewolves AND actual spit all the hell over the place. There's work to do, buddy.This film made me irrationally angry. Maybe I reacted badly because of my rising fever. *sigh*...documentary, my ass.
Laura Charles M (mx) wrote: Cute movie...definitely a chick flick movie night!