It tells the story of ruthless East End gangster Vic Dakin and his plans for an ambitious raid on the wages van of a plastic factory. This is a departure from Dakin's usual modus operandi, and the job is further complicated by his having to work with fellow gangster Frank Fletcher's firm. As Dakin plots, Wolfe wheels and deals and MP Draycott gets caught in a web of his own iniquity.
- Stars:Richard Burton, Ian McShane, Nigel Davenport, Donald Sinden, Fiona Lewis, T.P. McKenna, Joss Ackland, Cathleen Nesbitt, Elizabeth Knight, Colin Welland, Tony Selby, John Hallam, Del Henney, Ben Howard, James Cossins,
- Director:Michael Tuchner,
- Writer:Dick Clement (screenplay), Ian La Frenais (screenplay), Al Lettieri (adaptation), James Barlow (novel)
Murderous, sadistic London gang leader Vic Dakin, a mother-obsessed homosexual modeled on real-life gangster Ronnie Kray, is worried about potential stool pigeons that may bring down his ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(es) wrote: interesting perspective on ptsd
(de) wrote: Retroactively released after the success of A Separation and The Past, About Elly is a simple drama that occurs over one weekend that spirals out of control. A school teacher named Elly is invited to a getaway near a beach, but things quickly escalate when she disappears. Then more secrets and lies get uncovered, and what follows is a tense drama with solid performances. It doesn't have the bite of Farhadi's later movies, but its still a decent watch for a minimalist drama with lots of insight into that culture.
(kr) wrote: If you like David Boreanz than you should love this. It is a funny good-bad romance comedy.
(au) wrote: Gorgeous looking, gently humorous and deeply moving gem of a film.
(au) wrote: An inspired performance by Russell Crowe, and a great depiction of Jim Braddock
(es) wrote: This movie makes all other coming of age movies look corny and dumb. It is seriously amazing and worth watching over and over again.
(gb) wrote: an interesting french film that looks at the family dynamic and how a few changes can alter the family dramaticly. has a ton of great scenes and jokes as well as shockers.
(mx) wrote: First off, the original novel's author co-wrote the screenplay, so his vision was not ripped to shreds. This steaming heap is mean-spirited, heartless, and calculating, filled to the brim with unfunny humor, ethnic stereotypes, adult jokes, swearing, and a lack of STORY. Lastly, Jason Alexander says the line, "Quick, loosen his pants." Prepubescent Elijah Wood's pants.In short: for Christ's sake, this shit is meant for children!
(us) wrote: I liked this movie for the most part. Mickey Rourke (before his catastrophic facelift) and Dafoe make a good pairing. Mastrantonio delivers the sizzle.
(gb) wrote: Nicholas Meyer writes and directs the movie Time After Time an Action/Drama/Science-Fiction movie! The movie stars Malcolm McDowell, David Warner and Mary Steenburgen, all of who play terrific roles in the movie. When you watch this movie I gotta say you can't help but love it because this movie is just so different and so clever. I know a few movies nowadays have took some ideas from this movie, but this movie itself is very original and very fresh. I think the intelligent script work by Nicholas Meyer really made this movie great, the top notch direction was good as well but the writing was really clever and also at times very witty. Malcolm McDowell plays a strong lead character in this movie, who's very likable and really funny to watch in some scenes. David Warner who plays Jack The Ripper in this movie who's very twisted and creepy looking, so I gotta say David Warner played a great Jack The Ripper. Now as for Mary Steenburgen who plays's Amy Robbins, who works at bank and gets involved with Malcolm McDowell's character Herbert. I didn't think Mary Steenburgen was a better actor than Malcolm McDowell or David Warner in this movie, but she did hold her own which was good and she also gives us some good laughs which is also good. So I pretty much loved this movie, I thought it was amazing. I loved the Science-Fiction in it, I even liked the Romance and I really liked the Adventure of the whole story because that's what gets you into this movie. I know a lot of people haven't seen this, so I suggest you give this movie a watch because it's really fun and really clever.
(ca) wrote: Ranging from hilarious to mildly offensive, "Everything You Always Wanted to Know..." is a considered a minor product of Allen's prolific career for a reason; it just doesn't measure up.
(kr) wrote: Wow. That's all I can say to this. I always try to go in not really caring about how "iconic" or "classic" something is (because usually those opinions are hyperinflated exaggeration), but this is one movie that actually deserves all the hype that surrounds it.
(fr) wrote: I remember seeing this one on the shelf at a video store when I was a kid, but I never got around to watching it until now. With a decent cast and premise, this one is well put together, however it's a horrible concept. I love absurd b-movies, but I found it nearly impossible to suspend my disbelief to make the film work--frogs inciting a rebellion of the swamp animals. All it would have needed is a couple lines of dialogue about some telepathic powers the frogs had and I could have bought the death scenes and the complete story! Too bad the great Sam Elliot has this one on his resume!
(ru) wrote: It was awarded for best family film in san francisco, but it could have awarded for worst family film because of the plot, acting, dialogue, nightmare fuels, and worst of all... the characterization