Destroyed in a dramatic and highly-publicized implosion, the Pruitt-Igoe public housing complex has become a widespread symbol of failure amongst architects, politicians and policy makers. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Adrienne B (ag) wrote: This was a remarkable, inspiring story.
Pittaya S (kr) wrote: (TM)? (TM)? make sense (TM)? (TM)- make sense (TM)(TM) -(TM)???>?
R P (us) wrote: I want Eddie Murphy!
Martin K (es) wrote: Final nonsense, the same duet of actors are now fighting a guerilla against a gay dictator. Crazy last minute but not as much as the first dead or alive.
Ethan P (ca) wrote: The dancing scenes were very well done and the final performance was good, but overall there was nothing special about the movie.
Hannah D (ag) wrote: Watchable- it wasn't boring, if only for the feeling at many points that this movie was made aliens imitating their idea of human behavior (who also have stereotypical ideas of Italian americans, "hicks" and Japanese people). The one star is for Dolly, the one star in this movie!
Steven B (mx) wrote: Hm. Fascinating. But the footage isn't as revelatory as I was expecting. Most of the "amazing" things of which Koko is capable is told in the perma-grinning hippie-patois of Penny Patterson's talking head interviews. And she's quick to elaborate on Koko's less-than-dextrous signing. But there are a few "oh, wow" moments--one of which involves Penny asking Koko "why are you sad?" to which she receives a very confused and, dare-I-say, human reticence...
Darrin C (ag) wrote: The action is very few and far between which disappointed me although the acting and musical score was exceptional and is why I can't give this a rotten score.
Joseph F (de) wrote: A quintessential gangster flick and an early predecessor of French New Wave. Classic.
Ryan H (br) wrote: I realize that Wes Anderson film's aren't for everyone but I know they're for me. Possibly his best yet!