The Iceman Tapes: Conversations with a Killer
Richard Kuklinski was a devoted husband, loving father--and ruthless killer of over 100 people. You'll meet him in this powerful documentary that features one of the most vivid and disturbing interviews ever recorded--taped behind the walls of the prison where Kuklinski is serving two consecutive life sentences for multiple homicide.
- Stars:Richard Kuklinski, Michael Baden, Robert J. Carroll, Lee Grant, Patrick Kane, Barbara Kuklinski, Kent Manahan, Dominick Polifrone, Chuck Scarborough,
- Director:Arthur Ginsberg, Tom Spain,
- Writer:Richard Kuklinski
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(de) wrote: Perhaps one of the best films out of India in th recent times. A powerful story executed really well with attention to detail n with fab performances by Kumar, Bajpai n Kher. A must watch for con-thriller fans n lovers of intelligent movie making.
(ca) wrote: Looks like the critics are TOO lenient for this among others! You don't need a degree in Norse mythology to see how wrong this film is! Congrats, you just angered a lotta Marvel fanboys by making Thor the villain! Cheesy graphics. Big face palm moment there! The Last Airbender was actually better!
(it) wrote: Watching so many fuck-ass celebutantes die was the best thing about this movie.Barely funny except for Jay's usual exasperated nerdom
(ag) wrote: The movie is pretty much about some women who have been put in a really rough place in life, and they're willing to go up against their friends and neighbors for the hope of a better life. It dealt with a lot more issues than I expected, and had a more serious tone, but it was inspirational, and in parts, especially the ending, beautiful. It''s also a true story.
(ag) wrote: Awesome movie. I LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!
(es) wrote: Oh My God! This kind of movie can be made only in 2 situations: One, when both the director and screenwriter know perfectly well what they're doing, and Second, when both of them don't. This is the first kind. Psychotic, Hilarious, and BrainPecking! I would not rate it as something that can be watched again and again (not me!), but the movie is insanely genius! The funniest I found was the common 'observation' of office seduction: the engaged co-worker says "I can't do this", and then jumps on Curt a second later. Nothing can match the subtle observation of real life.Overall: Worth watching once!
(br) wrote: Ben Kingsley strides across this film like a colossus, tending to obliterate everything else about the film. His Don Logan is an amazing rage fueled monster, spitting out vitriolic absurdities and convincingly intimidating Ray Winstone, which is quite a feat. I can honestly say that I had no idea Kingsley had it in him. It's a bit of a shame that he's so powerful and memorable because he tends to overshadow Winstone's extremely strong, but subdued performance and some great supporting performances by the likes of Ian McShane. It also tends to obscure the subtleties of Glazer's really funny, artsy crime pic.
(ag) wrote: Childhood classic. The film still hold ups up, even though it's an Arnold movie, when Arnold was still in his prime. Everyone should see this once.
(ca) wrote: In terms of Adam Sandler movies, it has a more refined blend of its immature humor and the genuine story its trying to tell. That said its still painfully pedestrian and generic.
(br) wrote: As a critic, my goal is to be honest, be it brutally or truthfully. Most of my friends and colleagues praise Fantasia for its beauty and realism, for its soundtrack animation tie in, etc. I found Fantasia to be incredibly boring, aged, and slow paced, not having a real story and having most of its animation sequences unamusingly long.Fantasia has no real plotline. The concept is classical music pieces by Beethoven or Bach set to animation, or as our only talking character in the film, our conductor, calls it "what you may experience in your mind sitting in an opera house". Most of these pieces and animations are based on tales and some on real events, some with impressive animation for its time and some feeling forced. Nonetheless, Fantasia failed to amuse me. Even if it is considered one of the great animated films, it hasn't aged well at all. Even with impressively done colors soaring by in every scene, the slow pace is distracting and the sequences feel overly long. There is no story and little to no dialogue. Normally I don't mind little dialogue. Silent films can prove dialogue can be prevented and a film can be compelling and have a legitimate story. Fantasia just feels very personal in the eyes of Disney. He considered it his best work in his years of animating but it's a movie you either love or hate. The eyes that see it as a cinematic great are targetted closely. Its target audience following Snow White especially is complex. If it failed to amuse me then how would kids enjoy it? 60 years after the original, Fantasia 2000 was made not just to cash in on celebrity cameos but in a sense to recognize it is a family company, not just in the eyes of Walt, and make a sequel to appeal more to kids.
(mx) wrote: Tough to watch sometimes. Well done.
(br) wrote: HUGELY overrated and awful!