A Patch of Blue
A blind, uneducated white girl is befriended by a black man, who becomes determined to help her escape her impoverished and abusive home life.
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Jens S (jp) wrote: Ricky Gervais is picking up right where he left the character with his show The Office. Now Brent wants to become a rock star. Of course that makes for plenty of wonderfully awkward situations but especially in the end really hits home when you see the sadness behind the clown. Gervais is a master in the finding the balance in this. And, more importantly, he is hilarious.
Leon B (kr) wrote: Review:I really got tricked by the advert of this movie because it looked quite funny, but after watching it I was really disappointed. I thought that it was going to be about a group of friends that has a mad night out, but they're not even together that much through the movie. It's about the mad situations that each indvidual character finds themselves in after one night out. One of them ends up babysitting a girl that he fancies, brother. Another one ends up driving around with a girl who steals drugs and the last friend has some severe trouble with his penis. Not the best concept in the world. Anyway, the movie isn't that funny and I lost interst in the characters who I found dull after a while. The script is weak and the whole feel of the film is pretty cheap but on the plus side, it's really short. Disappointing!Round-Up:I never heard of any of the character before so I can't really comment on there overall acting skills. I know that the leading character is quite annoying and the other characters wasn't anything special. The annoying music throughout the movie really got on my nerves and the narrating became tedious after a while. Maybe that is why I hadn't heard anything about the film and why I haven't seen any of these actors before. Anyway, it's not a movie that I will be watching again in a hurry or will I be recommending this to any of my close friends.I recommend this movie to people who are into there buddy movies about a group of friends, in The UK, who get up to mischief on a mad night out. 2/10
Paul D (fr) wrote: Social drama surrounding one disastrous moment. It's very much about the psychology around dealing with this and the relatively unknown set of actors pull this off well.
Eric P (mx) wrote: Rise of the Fellowship is a glorious love letter to both the Lord of the Rings and the world of gaming, with just a touch of John Hughes for seasoning. We are introduced to a quartet of dedicated young geeks who go to school and play Lord of the Rings Online together while trying to avoid the typically abusive jock squad. This and other tropes such as our hero Randall being hopelessly In love with the lead cheerleader will be very familiar to anyone who grew up watching movies in the 1980's. Things take an interesting turn though when a Lord of the Rings Online competition is announced and the jocks attempt to beat the geeks at their own game. They seem to do so but only through the use of trickery and in order to right this wrong, Randall, Stacy, Squirelly and Nate set out on an epic quest for truth, justice and the gamer way.Astute fans of the Lord of the Rings trilogy will notice that Rise of the Fellowship plays homage to many elements from those movies and even crafts its own storyline to roughly follow that of the trilogy. Since this is only one movie and not three, that mechanism leads to certain things getting a bit muddled and hurried at some points but overall, it works.The acting is surprisingly good, especially considering that it is a small independent film, with the standout being the film's director who plays Randall's older brother Stan. The character development is also handled well, with one possible exception. But as that is tied to a significant plot twist others may find it justified. Finally, the film also gets high marks for its sound track and topnotch production values. All of these elements combine to make a film that will be appreciated by many for the light-hearted homage and geek rallying cry that it is. Definitely give it a look!
Benjamin J (fr) wrote: There was no plague, and it didn't take place in a town...WTF. Best Part: Guy get shot in face with a shotgun from 2 feet and lives to be a part of the rest of the movie.
Rebekah D (de) wrote: ahhh why'd I watch this back in the gay--I MEAN DAY.
Ian C (gb) wrote: This flick has some major flaws but it is nicely paced throughout. Toby Kebell is immense in the lead role. The shoot out in it is brillant for a low budget flick.
Nolan M (ru) wrote: Good Performances, but not a very good or interesting story.
Evan H (kr) wrote: I really like this movie!
Bryan G (mx) wrote: Just like any other blaxploitation film that did well at the box office, a sequel for Blacula was sure to follow. Scream, Blacula, Scream tells the continuing tale of African Prince turned blood-sucking vampire Mamuwalde (William Marshall), as he is accidentally resurrected during a voodoo ritual gone wrong. While this one doesn't live up to its predecessor, there is still a lot of fun to be had with Scream, Blacula, Scream. I was impressed with William Marshall's performance in the previous film and was pleased to see that he still had great screen presence in this sequel. This time around Marshall seems more comfortable in the role and delivers a far more commanding performance in the film. He had both the look and the voice of a truly great vampire, and this time around he really brought the character to life. A major factor for me giving this film a chance, other than it was in the two disc set I bought last weekend, was the fact that Pam Grier was also in the film. I love Grier as an actress, and during her reign as one of the queens of blaxploitation films she has played some of the most memorable females ever to grace the big screen. While her role in this film pales in comparison to other movies of hers, I still enjoyed watching her in the film and her chemistry with Marshall. This movie features a lot of voodoo elements to it, and that was a neat addition to the story. Mamuwalde (Marshall) thinks that with the power of voodoo, Lisa (Grier) can rid him of his curse. Unfortunately for Mamuwalde, the police are on his trail after he has drank the blood of various citizens and turned them into blood-suckers themselves. This leads to a great finale, that features a creative use of a voodoo doll I must say. There were moments where Scream, Blacula, Scream did drag on a bit and I lost interest slightly. But like the original, this film features enough chills and thrills that makes it a winning horror film experience. And I liked that this one also handled vampire-lore with respect, and still managed to have some fun with vampires. Not as memorable as Blacula, but still worth checking out.
Leon W (mx) wrote: Very interesting film. I was overwon by Edward G. Robinson's performance. I felt that the film may have been lacking in some small aspects, so I cannot bring myself to give 5 stars. I award this movie 4 stars.
Tree J (nl) wrote: Toy Story isn't exactly what you thought it would be. It looks like a fun movie, but for me, it does go quite dully.
Tom B (gb) wrote: A very bad imitation of movies like 'Mortal Combat', 'Dead or Alive',... After only 11 minutes I stopped watching this movie.