An idealist young dancer named Zoe (Romina D’Ugo) tackles the difficult issue of resurrecting disco dancing in today’s music business. She meets hostility beyond resistance on every dance floor where she spins and twirls. Fortunately, she has at least one ally, a nightclub owner and visionary named Michael (David Guintoli) who shares her zeal for the long-ago dance craze. With money to burn, Michael arranges for Zoe to test market bringing back disco, even with rival choreographers like Malika (Brooklyn Sudano). Soon dance takes a two-step in the wrong direction when hard-hearted Malika and Michael start vying to become Zoe’s dance partner.
Warwick B (ag) wrote: The latest offering from director John Michael Donagh is an off kilter indie crime comedy.Upholding the law could not be further away from their line of duty for two wayward detectives Terry Monroe (Alexander Skarsgrd) and Bob Bolaa (Michael Pea). Drugs, blackmail, assault being just a few of their crimes as they work the Albuquerquey, New Mexico beat. But when the pair come across a dangerous crime ring run by debauched, amoral Brit James Mangan (Theo James) and his right hand man, effeminate strip club owner Birdwell (Caleb Landry Jones), they find themselves in way, way over their heads.The bad to the bones lead duo are joyously over the top and clearly had a lot of fun making the movie. Featuring gratuitous violence, language, drug use, sexy dancing and a deliciously wistful soundtrack, breaking the law has never been so funny.
Kevin P (jp) wrote: Triester dan deze Nederlandse makelarij worden ze niet vaak meer gemaakt waarin het verhaal sneller ontspoort dan een speelgoedtrein !
Patrick W (jp) wrote: ending sucked but overall entertaining
Senghor H (ru) wrote: If you need to be alone for awhile see this movie. It shows you how to make it when all you have is yourself to believe in. It's stillness is what carries it, calm cinematography across a barren landscape pushes the isolation feeling this movie gives you. Not too big on action but metaphors and survival coat this film like a first coat on a fence in your front yard.
samuel n (ag) wrote: A shameful and crusty semen stain on the curtain of cinematic history...
Kristina W (es) wrote: I really love this movie. I love Mads Mikkelsen.
(gb) wrote: Solid story, compelling presentation. However the acting was just dull, I thought Nolte would make a considerable difference, but he didn't add much.Washington Post | Desson ThomsonWriter-director James Ponsoldt's film treats big subjects -- loneliness, coming-of-age and father-son relationships -- with such half-baked conviction, it's a wonder the screen doesn't redden with embarrassment. Which makes it all the more gratifying to watch Nolte pulverize the dramatic banality around him.
Morgan S (us) wrote: I loved this movie!!! I want may boyfriends to be like Cillian Murphys character!! love love love. I think this is Luci Lus best performance. She is so quirky and fun. There is never a dull moments in this cute and fresh film.
Phillip B (ru) wrote: 7 men against unthinkable odds. set in iraq. good pace.
Tim S (kr) wrote: Could be the best filmed comic stand-up performance of all time.
Amy W (ru) wrote: i thought it could of been better, buut it was still really cute the way everything was put together.
Peter F (mx) wrote: Louis Malle's first film is a very accomplished French film noir that's hard-edged, but also deceptively fun and ironic in the most playful sense. Amazing soundtrack from the one-and-only Miles Davis too!
Jay L (kr) wrote: "I can't promise you that I will bring you all home alive but this I swear, before you and before almighty god, that when we go into battle I will be the first to set foot on the field and I will be the last to step off and I will leave no one behind. Dead or alive, we will all come home together." ~ Lt. Col. Harold G. Moore ~ Director Randall Wallace and Actor Mel Gibson collaborate once again for the first time since they worked together in Braveheart. A perilous and sadistically violent war drama that drops you straight onto the battlefield and into the line of fire. A painstakingly breathtaking and emotionally towering film that packs nerve shredding power and heartfelt intensity from beginning to end. "We Were Soldiers" jumps straight to near the top of the list of the best Vietnam War films ever made, the power is almost overwhelming in parts, and the violence so realistically portrayed that it gets a bit tough to watch. From Platoon to Hamburger Hill, The Deer Hunter to Apocalypse Now, all Vietnam War films pack a serious punch of wickedly electrifying emotion and power, this film is just another to add in a pile of Vietnam War masterpieces. The true story of a man committed to his troops, Lt. Col. Hal Moore, the commanding officer of the First Battalion Seventh Cavalry and their bravery during one of the most violent battles during The Vietnam War. A story of courage, comaradarie, bravery, hope and the power of faith during the darkest of times. Randall Wallace throws you straight into the gut-wrenching and stomach-churning battle that took place in 1965 in Vietnam's La Drang Valley, otherwise known as "The Valley Of Death". It's jampacked with sustained action packed battles and hardcore realism throughout. A truly powerful piece of work from everyone involved. From an acting standpoint, this film is very well done and is teeming with awesome talent. Mel Gibson does a brilliant job throughout in another very demanding performance. Always good to see Gibson doing what he does best. The supporting cast comes up huge and includes brilliant performances from Chris Klein, Greg Kinnear, Sam Elliott, Kerri Russell and Barry Pepper
Nancy O (ru) wrote: One critic said movie is good "until God shows up." In truth, movie is painful, watching main character on downward spiral of alcoholism UNTIL God becomes real in his life. The positive influence of "Produce" is very sweet to see.
Dino P (ca) wrote: Katastrofa haha. Radnja i fore su slicne forama u Nasoj Maloj Klinici. Cudni poceci Deppa. R:3/10, G:4/10