The Grand Duel
A grizzled ex-sheriff helps a man framed for murder to confront the powerful trio of brothers who want him dead.
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Jeff L (kr) wrote: Like a British version of City of God (less essential and classic though) to the sound of The Streets' Original Pirate Material. For a debut, Ben Drew (aka singer Plan B) delivers on many levels: intensity, grittiness and style, mainly. Some things need to be improved (the rhythm, mainly). Yet, Ill Manors is convincing enough to turn Ben Drew into a talent to watch.
Heidi S (de) wrote: Biggest pile of poo ever. Cheaply made, awful acting...just rubbish.
Clark H (mx) wrote: Some good moments but not a great film. Wouldn't class it as a comedy really.
Marta R (kr) wrote: i liked the music... storyline? not so much...
alitah e (es) wrote: this was a super cute movie i like it
Crystal B (fr) wrote: good movie, inspirational and true!
Mohammed A (au) wrote: i wanna watch, this seems like awesomeness
butch h (gb) wrote: A documentary follows a Canadian fellow working on his dream: building a suit of armor so he can observe grizzly bears from a close distance.
Andy S (ca) wrote: 93% of facebookers not interested in this movie. Shame on you. I watched this film when it came out back in 1991 and loved it. Great cast, funny script and good accents all round. Plus, it is nice to see Ned Beatty singing like an opera singer rather than squealing like a pig.
Henrik M (ru) wrote: Not quite as good as I remembered it.
Justin A (ca) wrote: As a basic zombie movie, this movie is elevated by Cronenberg's style. The problem is that as a Cronenberg movie, this is pretty bland and uninspired. It lacks the oddness of Shivers and the drama of The Brood. And while the mayhem in this movie may be at the largest scale of any Cronenberg movie, it seems to be missing the humanity and dread that his more character driven movies had.Worth watching for Cronenberg fans, but be warned that it is not at the level of his other early horror movies. It kind of gets lost in between two of his better early horror movies (Shivers and The Brood), much like The Crazies gets lost between Night of the Living Dead and Dawn of the Dead for George Romero. That I feel is a fair comparison to be made here.
Gemma S (ca) wrote: one of the best in the series-the ping pong scene is hilarious!
Jamie I (nl) wrote: The best version of Hamlet I have ever seen. For real. David Tennent masterfully commands every single scene. Highly recommended.
Anna L (es) wrote: Who doesn't like a good romance flick?
Miguel A (us) wrote: Very awesome and too bad Paul walkerl
Spencer H (kr) wrote: Superman II is better than the first movie in my opinion.