You're Nobody 'til Somebody Kills You
A serial killer is taking down the hip hop industry one rapper at a time and the detectives on the case must get to him before the killer does.
- Stars:Shredi Jabarin, Hili Yalon, Shlomo Vishinsky, Khawlah Hag-Debsy, Jony Arbid, Shadi Fahr-Al-Din, Dina Golan, Chaim Banai, Oren Yadger, Michael Moshonov, Amir Yerushalmi, Israel Aharoni, Rosina Kambus, James McDaniel, Michael Mosley, Nashawn Kearse, Assiatou Lea, Kevin Carroll, Neko Parham, Jacinto Taras Riddick, Suzette Gunn, Michael K. Williams, David Fonteno, Jessica Blank, Kia Goodwin, Al Thompson, Doug E. Fresh, Felix Solis,
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Jan K (au) wrote: I think this is a very well made movie. However, I did not like the story at all. Too much swearing and violence. Why not focus on the life of ordinary people of Casablanca? Perhaps this is a "northern african" way of telling a story, as it resembles me of the stories of Naguib Mahfouz.
Sergel C (fr) wrote: This film is so sick!
MaryJo A (it) wrote: want 2 see it bad!!!!!
Rukmal F (ca) wrote: Good lesson. Not hilarious but still can laugh.
Patricia B (nl) wrote: Mmmm got mix feelings bout this one... not bad at all... but dunno..theres something strange about it
Jules C (br) wrote: we, i hope, all feel and experience deeply; be it regret, loneliness, loss, hope, love, joy - most of us just have a difficult time expressing these. a handful are able to put these thoughts and feeling to words - fewer still to music or image. in this film colbert expresses all of it with heart wrenching beauty and a true sense of inner peace...
aSHa K (mx) wrote: a love story found aFTer betRayaL (though their not the oNEs wHO sTarted it. it's their partNers!)
Andrea R (nl) wrote: Helena is just amazing!!!
Daniel S (es) wrote: Awful British comedy where the humour gets very tired, very quickly. Built on repetitive slapstick, this film's plot barely even gets off the ground by the time it reaches its absurd finale.
Jason J (ca) wrote: Mildly amusing sequel. It's definitely not as good as the first. A bit predictable, some of the humour falls flat. They try to recreate some things from the original, for example the music performance, but with lesser results. The acting is just as good but the writing and storyline are just not up to par. They could've make this movie better if they would've kept the nerds at Adam's college, but it's still watchable, and funny. Just average.
Steve W (kr) wrote: This movie gets points for using the score used in Dawn of the Dead 1978, by Goblin. The zombies look great and there is lots of gory action. One of the better zombie flicks out there, with a chilling and wonderfully hopeless ending.
Adam R (br) wrote: Good lighthearted Disney fun with Dean Jones. (First and only viewing - 12/18/2010)
Tim W (jp) wrote: Excellent film from the 70s, got everything you would want from it: Love, sex, drugs, rock and roll! And the ladies are cool!
Jamie J (us) wrote: SUPERB ACTING GREAT STORY LINE THAT JUST WORKS.
Ashley H (mx) wrote: Idle Hands is another disappointing film. It is about lazy Anton's right hand that becomes possessed with murderous intent. Devon Sawa and Seth Green give horrible performances. The script is badly written. Rodman Flender give horrible job directing this movie. I was not impressed with this motion picture.
Dylan D (us) wrote: Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby is hardly a classic, but the film earns more than its share of laughs thanks to another knockout performance from Will Ferrell and an awesome collection of talent around him. It's fast and funny, poking as much fun at the "inspirational sports" genre as it does NASCAR. It holds up, doesn't feel in the least bit dated after a decade in Comedy service, and should continue to please audiences for years to come.
Howard F (mx) wrote: So. Boring. And flat. And Connie Britton was given the absolute most 2-D role.