A Bag of Marbles
Set in Paris 1941, two Jewish boys cling to their lives by doing all sorts of odd jobs, stealing and black-marketeering.
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Rodrigo O (nl) wrote: Um filme raro com atuaes que despertam algo maior, o diretor Ryan Coogler usa e abusa de seus closes nos personagens principais, conseguindo com muita nfase, deixar seu espectador mais prximo de seus personagens principais.A atuao de Michael B. Jordan no s exemplar, mas, principalmente sincera, dentro de um roteiro que estabelec uma linha perfeita do que realmente importa para que o personagem seja icnico, Fruitvale Station condena tudo o que h de errado como um soco na face de seu espectador e, por mais doloroso que seja, celebra a arte.
bill s (gb) wrote: Really have a soft spot for B-movie throwback types but the generic pulp I could have done without.
Angie Y (it) wrote: Very bad film. Avoid this at all costs. Rock is a man who continues to perpetuate stereotypes for the price of "comedy" and continues making one terrible film after the other.
Gisela A (ru) wrote: Soo this is like some sort of indian version of "juego de gemelas" worth seen it so far
Tim M (es) wrote: My 'Big Fat Greek Wedding' may or may not have inspired Jersey Shore, but Greeks and Italians alike have quite a bit in common. This family friendly rom-com has enough laughs, mainly from the parents played by Michael Constantine and Lainie Kazan. A lot of stereotypical Greek humor, some one liners that are just flat funny, and the story here is engaging. John Corbett plays himself as he does in everything he's every been in and writer and lead actress Nia Vardalos does her best. She's able to give her supporting cast depth and keeping it just over 90 minutes the film doesn't outlast its welcome. Final Score 6.9/10
Russell S (au) wrote: With an excellent cast, a fun plot and some great special effects (for the most part) - this science fiction, action, comedy has a lot to recommend it. It's not perfect but it's easily good enough for the 3 and a half stars it gets here.
Tracy M (it) wrote: Terrifically campy, horrifyingly inaccurate, awesomely fun.
Ian B (gb) wrote: One of Alfred Hitchcock's most innovative and compelling thrillers, Rope deserves to be mentioned among the director's all-time best. The plot revolves around two young men who strangle their 'inferior' classmate, hide his body in their apartment, and invite his friends and family over for a dinner party as a means to prove the perfection of their crime. Rope is essentially Hitchcock's attempt to bring stage and screen together, with the film consisting of one location and multiple long takes cleverly edited together to appear as one shot. While that basically makes the film one big technical experiment, Hitchcock pulls it off masterfully - with some truly brilliant camerawork, gripping performances, and suspense that starts building from the opening shot and doesn't let up for 80 minutes. Having the whole thing unfold in real time allows the audience to witness every second of manipulation the two murderers inflict upon their guests, and the cat and mouse game that follows. John Dall and Farley Granger are terrific as the two killers, with Dall as the manipulative and unpredictable sociopath, and Granger the nervous wreck who could crack at any moment. James Stewart (in his first Hitchcock role) plays the two men's college professor who suspects something is wrong and may have unwillingly set their murderous plot into action. Almost 70 years later and Rope remains a timeless classic that still grabs your complete attention from the opening frame, and will rightly be remembered as one of Hitchcock's best, and most daring, films.
Kelly K (ru) wrote: This movie was insane. It was so funny at times I had to pause it and laugh. I do think it could have been just as funny without the nudity and cursing but that's just me. Still hilarious and even a little touching at times.