The Last Days of Frankie the Fly
Dreaming of ascending the underworld ladder and gaining revenge on his sadistic boss, Sal, a Mafia flunky, Frankie, tries to take a step in the right direction by "saving" an exploited, drug-addicted porn actress, Margaret.
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Petros T (kr) wrote: "Caramel" finds the perfect balance between sweet, optimistic romantic comedy and depressing drama. It is well-shot, has a notable score and its cast is simply divine. It is moving, funny, interesting, exciting, fresh, realistic, clever... it is lots of things, actually. But, above all, it's a human film while modern rom-coms aren't. Deep breath and back into the machine...
John E (mx) wrote: Exceptional comedy!! Eric Olsen is awesome!! It's basically Bring it On, but less witty with way more hot babes and worse acting!!
Jackson M (kr) wrote: Not as good as GoldenEye, but still a fun Bond film nonetheless
Paul P (mx) wrote: You could've released Killer of Sheep in Italy during the 40s and it would've stood up as one of the better Neorealist pictures at the time. The story is beyond simple. You follow a man and his poverty stricken family throughout there daily lives. There lives aren't sexy, it's just an honest portrayal of regular human beings trying to get through the day. The soundtrack is outstanding. The words and voices to these songs sync up perfectly to the lives of these people, it's a very poetic and moving experience. It's truly maddening that Burnett made this movie with 10,000 dollars and it was his first full length film.
Richard B (gb) wrote: Charlton Heston as a Norman Knight. How good, er bad, can it be? Worth a look, if one ignores the ridiculous droit de seigneur plot device.
Jason K (mx) wrote: very well done, practical effects, good script thats not bloated down with unneeded backstory, and Imogen Poots.....who impresses once again.
David J (kr) wrote: John Avildsen returned to direct the last Rocky film before the turn of the century, "Rocky V" and he brought the grit of the original back as well, but that doesn't compensate for "V" being lackluster, predictable, formulaic, and lacking the depth of the first Rocky.