West of Brooklyn takes us on a heartfelt and often humorous journey from Brooklyn, New York to Hollywood, California. "Sebi" is a young Italian American man, a simple street kid and a secret beat poet, who after the death of his mother escapes Brooklyn to join his crew of friends who recently relocated to L.A. These colorful characters from New York are truly fish out of water in L.A. and Sebi longs to find a place he can feel at home. Sebi's friends, a beautiful rich girl from Beverly Hills named "Matty", and his idol, a famous Bronx poet named "Gaetano D'Amico" bring Sebi face to face with his identity and help him find the courage to be exactly who he was all along. Written by Ronnie Marmo
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Spiderman 3DS D (ag) wrote: the only movie that was based on a tv show or cartoon that was actually goodvery underrated the best movie the wachowskis ever did
Asa C (it) wrote: The filmmakers had a high level of access to the U.S. Army's 82nd Airborne out of North Carolina, as they ran missions in Al-Fallujah, Irag. This is an honest and harrowing documentary following America's Army in a time when many are unsure of the mission they are on.
Lee B (fr) wrote: I loved it... it was dark and brooding...and to be honest...it had a feel all its own...kinda like a new genre of movies...it was great
Walter M (gb) wrote: "Copenhagen" is an intriguing bit of historical speculation inspired by a true story about a visit in March 1941 paid by Werner Heisenberg(Daniel Craig) to his fellow theoretical physicist Niels Bohr(Stephen Rea) and his wife Margrethe(Francesca Annis) in Nazi-occupied Denmark. Once their mentor student relationship was close, but now they are on opposite sides. Heisenberg had a chance to flee his native Germany when Hitler came to power while Bohr is half-Jewish and is deeply worried, though not currently threatened. So, while the two could previously talk freely about physics, now they have to watch what they say, especially as it pertains to the possibility of an atomic weapon. That makes this a possibly crucial moment in time when it could have gone in many different directions and the film cleverly explores this from their present and an afterlife they could scarcely have imagined, in order to assess their respective culpabilities. Not to dampen the fun, but from what I read at an exhibit at the National Museum of Nuclear Science and History in Albuquerque, there were quite a few reasons why the Nazis never developed an atomic weapon, the least of which being that they thought it would be unnecessary since they would win the war so quickly. This is a sentiment that is reflected in Heisenberg's optimism on his arrival in Copenhagen. Getting back to New Mexico for a second, it is weird that in "Breaking Bad" that Walter White(Bryan Cranston) takes the nom du crime of Heisenberg when he is a chemist, not a physicist. On the other hand, I know the names of many more physicists than chemists, so maybe they are just sexier, although not as much as biologists...
Nicolas B (ag) wrote: This is worth watching for the "daydream sequence shootout". Hilarious scene.The rest of the movie doesn't quite keep up, but is entertaining to watch. Swedish cinema has never let me down.
AnneKathryn R (ca) wrote: Donna: "Look, guys screw up - that's what they do. It's in their manual, right under 'Love your grill; leave socks on floor.'"
Guido S (nl) wrote: A naval lieutenant wants to be the the commander of his own vessel. But instead of giving him one, they make him enter into a war game where he takes a bunch of rejects and a ship that is falling apart and go on a training mission where he has to attack the enemy base. A pretty solid zany comedy in the beginning then turns into a bit more serious when the games start up and get going. This is pretty solid, it does everything you expect so it is pretty predictable, but which movies aren't?
Dick Leaky (us) wrote: It was all the rage back when I was skatin'!
John B (br) wrote: It's very interesting that the English release of this film was not a direct translation of the French title which would have been "The American Night" Truffaut brings a nice mix of humour into yet another film about film making.
Eduardo A (gb) wrote: Usualmente en el cine mexicano suelo encontrar cintas bastante olvidables que insultan la inteligencia, pero debo decir que sta no decepciona en lo ms mnimo. Un padre mantiene a su esposa e hijos totalmente alejados del mundo externo para "mantenernos a salvo del mal", convirtindolos en prisioneros hasta llegar a grados enfermizos y de extremo fanatismo, que no religioso, por que curiosamente ese elemento nunca es mencionado. Uno puede sentir la frustracin de vivir bajo la sombra de un hombre opresor que dolorosamente resulta ser alguien tan cercano a los menores, quien a su vez desconoce que el mal puede venir de todas las formas posibles. Gran cinta, aunque algo floja en las actuaciones, mencin aparte para la jovencsima Diana Bracho, que luce bastante bien en la cinta, con todo y fan service includo. ; )
Martin T (it) wrote: I have to admit I'm a bit underwhelmed. I didn't like it as much as Mizoguchi's later work. But don't get me wrong, it's an excellent movie. The craftsmanship is wonderful, some very dramatic angles and expressive camera language (although there were a few rather dull shots too). And the acting, costumes, music is superb. The story touches on themes of loyalty and integrity in ways that are poignant. The ending is quite moving, however you can really see it coming a mile away.
K C (ru) wrote: Time for a switch... After playing a Gangster for the better part of four years, Cagney was allowed a curveball in 'G-Men'. Though not without a little prodding to the Warners, Jimmy turned the tables and finally portrayed the law, in one of the better F.B.I. films to this day. Breaking from his standard typecast, Cagney gets to show a little more range in a restrained lawman looking to use the law as his vehicle of payback. A great turn in a well paced and scripted film. For Cagney fans or just old school movie lovers, bring the popcorn.
Corey F (ag) wrote: A great show of the classic humor of Stuart Ashen.
Johnny R (ca) wrote: Definitely the weaker of the 5. but had the most action in this one and was darker than the rest not terrible definitely fits in with the franchise and a decent watch!!