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Randy T (au) wrote: Playing in real time, The Set-Up is the story of a washed up prizefighter looking for one last shot at glory. According to IMDb, the screenplay was actually based on a poem about a black boxer named Pansy Jones. The author, Joseph March, was reportedly unhappy about his character being changed to Stoker Thompson, a white man.Unlike most films about boxing, the fight scenes here seem raw and unchoreographed. Robert Ryan (who, by the way, was a boxer at Dartmouth) is completely believable in his portrayal and director Robert Wise manages to make the dark tension of the piece tangible. You can almost feel the punches and smell the sweat.
Rodrigo R (es) wrote: un 68 de esos que uno evoca
Zack F (it) wrote: Ghost Dog has a very unique and interesting character at the forefront portrayed by a uniquely casted Forest Whitaker who is able to capture the individualism of ghost dog. The rest of the film, however, is a silly caricature of the mafia that prevents any deep study of this community that Jarmusch wants to display.
John Eric D (es) wrote: this is a "bourne like" chase crime film that gives you the adrenaline rush while watching. With a very interesting plot about police corruption, the intensity remains still that gives this movie a top notch class on its own.
Vuk S (gb) wrote: Stupid low-budget action shit, just like every other new Seagal movie.
SHERRELL B (kr) wrote: haven't seen in a while though
Christy L (gb) wrote: Love the chemistry between Turner and Quaid! So cute! Stanley Tucci is a HOOT! Just have fun with it!
Kathy D (mx) wrote: I started watching this before, but thought it was boring so I quit. Well, I watched it again, and it's a really good movie if you give it a shot. Yes, it's slow and drags for the first thirty mins. or so, but KEEP WATCHING. It gets really good after that and I'm glad I watched it.
Vagelakis (ru) wrote: A very original tragical-comical drama story that speaks directly to the human soul.
John P (br) wrote: Amazing Hammer horror movie, loved this so much. The circus is in town...........OMG and then some.......Erotically charged and haunting too. They don't make em like this anymore. Glad Hammer are back up and making films again.
Michael T (es) wrote: MGM's lavish, (over)long, Technicolor extravaganza is wildly uneven, talky,but sometimes delightful; the most famous sequence is undoubtedly the live action/animated "Worry Song" with Gene Kelly & Jerry the Mouse, but it's the quieter musical moments that impress, particularly the ones with SInatra singing "What Makes the Sunset?" and the Oscar-nominated "I Fall in Love Too Easily," and Kelly's Mexican hat dance with Sharon McManus. And then, there's Kathryn Grayson....
George C (es) wrote: Another gem by Billy Wilder. It dragged a bit toward the end, but it still the charm of a Wilder comedy.
bill s (us) wrote: There are moments in another of Thorton's mean spirited comedies but not enough to warrant watching it again.