12 O'Clock Boys

12 O'Clock Boys

Pug, a young boy growing up on a combative West Baltimore block, finds solace in a group of illegal dirt bike riders known as The 12 O'Clock Boys.

Pug, a young boy growing up on a combative West Baltimore block, finds solace in a group of illegal dirt bike riders known as The 12 O'Clock Boys. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


12 O'Clock Boys torrent reviews

Paris M (fr) wrote: The best Chucky film!

Juan G (kr) wrote: Accin, el malo con principios matando malos sin principios. Eso si un final no muy comn en pelculas de este gnero.

Plinius D (it) wrote: un film che alla fine non aggiunge nulla di nuovo a ci che in molti sanno... detto questo un ulteriore modo per capire in che paese viviamo...

Winnie L (fr) wrote: Comparably little in dialogue than most movies.The expressiions of the popele were funny. I did like the sweet little puppy love story, but the humor of the movie was basically based on how worthless men were without sex and women. And obviously, there were some unrealistic scenes in the movie...but it was able to flow with the story of it all.

julien g (it) wrote: very nice, a good hongsansoo from time to time like a good drug

Jeanean G (it) wrote: I loved this movie. John Cusack and Bobby Coleman brought it home. I'm still saying "Hot Coffee" and the long version of the "Never ever, ever, ever.....etc. Love it and need to watch it at least once a year!

Jessica L (ru) wrote: Dark comedy. I like the opening scene during the credits. It really helps set the history of the setting and its society.

Peter K (ag) wrote: A hobo beard, an overworked airplane mechanic. Leads to a murderous rampage. Filled to the rim with jealousy and some crazy gore. Death by a ceiling fan and a beheading by a lawnmower. This is a good S.O.V horror quickie written by Tim Ritter. This movie is good on a late night with one to many drinks ""etc.. The dvd with extras is out on Camp Motion Pictures.

Zachary S (jp) wrote: I had never heard of this film before I stumbled across it on Netflix and now that I've seen it, I'm actually pretty impressed. Featuring at least one Oscar nominated performance (Eric Roberts is fantastic as the dim-witted Buck), the film is perfectly paced, just violent enough without going into parody and has great acting from all 3 of our main characters, though admittedly they can sometimes be over the top. Jon Voight is the main offender for this, but he's still really good acting against type as the desperate, violent Manny, who wants to retain his freedom at all costs and will go to great lengths to keep it. Roberts can get annoying at times in his role, but his character is great and you end up feeling really bad for him by the end despite some of the seedier parts of his character's personality. Rebecca De Mornay is also fantastic as a hapless worker on the train. The movie is very existential in parts, particularly the great ending, but it also has a weird misogynistic side that loses it a few points in my book. Its strength, though, lies in Voight's and Roberts's chemistry together and the Alaskan wilderness combined with the design of the train augment that and make this one one to watch.

Graham M (fr) wrote: If you are to watch this, order the U.K. Blu Ray version of "Phenomena," and not the North American "Creepers" version.

Jason J (jp) wrote: If ever there was a movie that deserved to be called a masterpiece it is this one. It has an amazing story to it and it's one of the best movies I've ever seen.....period. Yes, I've seen a hell of a lot of wonderful Japanese movies in my life and some are them are truly magnificent but only a few can be called timeless and a true classic. Kenji Mizoguchi was on a bit of a hot streak as director during the early to mid 50?s as he directed 4 excellent movies in a row (Life of Oharu, Tale of Ugetsu, A Geisha and this one - Sansho The Bailiff). He is quite rightly tagged as one of the most important filmmakers that's ever lived who left a remarkable legacy and his devastating portraits of human suffering not just in this movie but others as well is well known. This movie is so utterly gripping, poetic, sorrowful and tragic. You're not just watching it but feeling and experiencing it as though you're there with the characters. You can't help but be moved by the tearjerking finale as Zushio is at long last reunited with his mother. A shadow of the person he knew as a child. Now bedraggled and blind. It's such a brilliant ending to such a powerful movie and you feel a smile coming across your face at the joy of their reunion.Excellent acting from the entire cast, superb directing and cinematography and to be honest, it's more or less what you call a perfect movie. If you call yourself an Asian movie fan then you have to see this poignant movie. Simply stunning.

David C (nl) wrote: dark humour at its best. Alec Guinness in superb form

Jason D (us) wrote: This is a solidly written if anachronistic studio film of the golden age. It's never dull, the acting is good (Havilland is one of my favorite old actresses), and there are several great scenes of dialogue and a few touches of comedy. It looks at Custer in a very humane way, treating him as a highly noble person. I'm sure he was at least somewhat noble, though certain historical records indicate he was not very bright. If this movie was made today, I'm pretty sure Custer would be treated as an imbecile. They probably would have made him a domineering, idiotic, morally bankrupt alcoholic or something. Today's movies tend to tear historical figures down, especially if they are white men, but this one does not do so. The dated-ness of the film is completely stand-able and even modern viewers who usually hate oldies will probably enjoy it. The negatives of the film are the historical inaccuracies, most of which you will be able to guess as you watch the movie and don't really detract much from the real point of the film, and the clearly rushed and poorly done battle scene at the end. Sadly because that battle scene is the climax it does do damage to one's perception of the film. This might be my favorite Flynn picture, though I have not seen them all.

Tim M (jp) wrote: I loved this. William Hartnell is one of my favorite Doctors. A peek into this world was amazing!