In "The Tango Dancer," Johnny Alonso (Joey D) of the WB's "One Tree Hill" plays the lead character, Sabatino Gardel, who is terrorized by a psychotic phone caller at 4:20 a.m. with a voice ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Tango Dancer
In "The Tango Dancer," Johnny Alonso (Joey D) of the WB's "One Tree Hill" plays the lead character, Sabatino Gardel, who is terrorized by a psychotic phone caller at 4:20 a.m. with a voice ...
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Robert S (it) wrote: Great Characters, great setting... Love this movie and see it every chance I get... Use of local "celebrities" was ingenius and added credibility to this quirky movie... Tichiganblues
Salim S (ru) wrote: In addition to the critics consensus, This movie is also a masterpiece directed with a new style by David Fincher's. By far one of the best acting performances to have come from Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike.
Jordan P (kr) wrote: Pretty good and def worth the watch if u like 2 crazy girls fed up with men and on a mission to kill the ones that hurt them!
Ethan P (au) wrote: Arbitrage is exciting, competently acted and well done, but the story is very cliche and predictable.
Michael T (ag) wrote: Rather stagy and predictable.
Kristina F (kr) wrote: Good actors but the movie...
Kade C (gb) wrote: A very slow paced, nothing is truly happening movie, though It does have a few very well done sequences. At the end of the day, this is the least important film in the Star Wars series.
Scott S (kr) wrote: love this show so much
Michael F (fr) wrote: Whoever gives this film a bad review might not understand the influence behind it. I saw this when it came out in 1991 and thought it was a slow, dull, lagging soap-opera. Back then I didn't know much about the art or business of film. Most "general" movie watchers would not like this film for the same reasons. Then I watched an interview w/Sean Penn. He said his big influence was John Cassavetes, who had recently passed away. So I went back & watched some of Cassavetes' films. His films were social dramas between friends, usually in New York, struggling with their own inner conflicts. Once it hits you, the drama within these people and their relationships is so real & so strong, it's really intense. After that, when I watch Sean Penn's first four films (as filmmaker) I can totally see Cassavetes all over his film. Especially Penn's third film "The Pledge," never has his inspiration been so strong than the way Nicholson struggled with his demons. But for people who don't understand this, these will be just average, insignificant movies.
Leon B (de) wrote: Review:I had high hopes for this movie because of the critics reviews and the great cast, but the storyline took some time to get going and I was expecting some arguments between the couples and the sisters. That's not to say that it's not a entertaining drama which covers real life matters, but I was expecting more. It could have done without Woody Allen's character but his storyline ended sweet. Personally, I would have enjoyed the movie a bit more if it was just a drama without any comedy, but it is a Woody Allen film which always has it's Jewish jokes. After watching a few of Woody Allen's movies, this has to be some of his best work which is relevant for nowadays. Watchable!Round-Up:Michael Caine put in a great performance in this movie, along with Diane West who seems slightly out of her sweet and innocent comfort zone. Mia Farrow and Barbara Hershey act the same in most of there movies so there performances weren't that surprising. Basically, it's just another one of those Woody Allen movies that deal with troubled relationships so I wasn't that surprised with the outcome.Budget: $6.4millionWorldwide Gross: $59millionI recommend this movie to people who are into there Woody Allen movies about troubled relationships and religion. 4/10
Okito G (fr) wrote: Pow..pow!! You need this film in your collection!
Mikhail B (au) wrote: Lovable three-time Olympic champion Sonja Henie plays an orphan refugee from Norway who steals John Payne from Lynn Bari. I pity I can't un-watch the movie to watch it as if I never saw it before, the breathtaking Glenn Miller band with their best all-time hits (Moonlight Serenade, It Happened in Sun Valley, In the Mood, Chattanooga Choo Choo), the Nicholas Brothers step dance, skating sequence and the simple, but positive story.
Kate M (fr) wrote: An entertaining sci-fi flick with straight-forward invasion plot. The scenes involving Frank the Pug were hilarious.
Christopher E (it) wrote: With a perfect duo and some gritty visuals, "End of Watch" will manage to surprise its viewers with its realism and thrills.This is the story of two police officers who continually dig up a deathly operation, which soon puts them at the center of attention and a target for one of the deadliest drug gangs in all of California. I still hold to this when I say that "Jake Gyllenhaal" is one of, if not the best male actor in cinema today. I truly mean that and the proof is all of his performances. He's been in so many amazing films in the past few years and has excelled in all of them. The way he's able to take on so many different roles makes him a quadruple threat and this is yet another impressive film to add to his resume. His chemistry with Michael Pena is fantastic and I hope they come together on another film. It's always a treat when you see a pair, or group of actors work so well together. They build off each other to deliver this natural script that feels very real and their performances are something to behold.David Ayer has created a couple of real gritty movies in "End of Watch" and "Fury", giving you a realistic and ugly visual treat. He doesn't hold back on content in this film and although it's not filled with disturbing pictures around every corner, there's no doubt that it's in here. He shows that the drug cartel is not one to be messed with and a lot of messed up stuff happens. He manages to deliver a great story and some memorable moments. One thing Ayer seems to struggle with is making relatable and likable characters. He often goes for a more realistic depiction which works, but there are a couple moments where you look at his characters and just consider them to be plain asshol*s. "Fury" is a great example of that and in both films, the redemption often comes from the climax or the action, so I hope to see a better characters in future Ayer films.This is also one of the best found footage movies I have ever seen. The entire movie isn't found footage per say, but it's shot like one. The camera angle on screen isn't always someone holding the camera, which I actually like. It still looks like found footage without all of the awkward and awful camera angles. It's a great mix between found footage and actual footage, while all keeping the style of a found footage movie. Their excuse to film is not so original but either way, it made for a realistic and unique experience that not many cop films can offer.In the end, this is another fantastic film starring my favorite actor, and even though I admire him, that doesn't stop me from giving my honest opinion about the movie. This is an excellent, well made film that deserves all the praise it gets and I'm proud to own it on blu ray.
Hollywood H (ca) wrote: Thought would be a lot funnier