A Piece of the Action

A Piece of the Action

How does retired cop Joshua Burke (James Earl Jones) get two career criminals, Manny Durrell (Sidney Poitier) and Dave Anderson (Bill Cosby), to follow the straight and narrow? Con them into helping juvenile delinquents turn over a new leaf. But how? Burke has never been able to nail the duo, but he uses what he knows of their seedy past to blackmail them into volunteering.

Dave Anderson and Manny Durrell are two high-class sneak thieves who have never been caught. Joshua Burke is a retired detective who has enough evidence on the both of them to put them ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Felipe P (ru) wrote: Ok, o filme extremamente mais longo do que deveria ser, tem muitos personagens centrais (alguns basicamente inteis) e o final no resolve muitas questes, mas mesmo assim ainda um bom filme, principalmente graas ao elenco e trilha sonora.

Morpheus O (jp) wrote: Sounds like the story of Ron Paul & Alex Jones, or any of the other nut jobs out there who believe that the Earth is flat, that the Earth is at "The Center Of The Universe", and that science has been lying to us all along...

Winfield W (kr) wrote: Nightmarishly creepy and incredibly disturbing. The movie would have been just another shocker film if it were not for Goldblum's amazing performance. I truly believe he is one of the best actors of our generation.

Saidur S (kr) wrote: It's just another movie ...

JUST S (br) wrote: OKEY, it's just OK, not good at all but if you must.... Just know it's OK....

Catie Li M (fr) wrote: Pretty good retelling on Dangerous Liaisons, but with a Korean twist. Very nicely done, Has some very steamy parts. A must see if you don't mind subtitles.

Chris L (us) wrote: Not quite as funny as it could have been & a little slow but all in all an enjoyable romp. May well get better after a second watch.

Byron B (fr) wrote: nominated for best foreign film at the oscars

Jake F (es) wrote: This is an incredible Polish film that shows how senseless the death penalty really is. The plot is very simple, but that doesn't make this film any less compelling. It follows a young drifter named Jacek, and an ambitious young lawyer named Piotr who is questioning the ethics of the legal system in Poland. For the first portion of the movie Jacek recklessly roams around the city of Warsaw while committing several mildly violent acts. This part of the film uses a dark-greenish filter that gives the city a dreary look. The climax occurs when Jacek hails a cab, and brutally kills the driver for seemingly no reason. Fast forward a few months later, and we learn Jacek has been sentenced to death. Piotr is assigned as Jacek's lawyer, and much to his dismay there is nothing he can do for him. In one of the best scenes of the film, Piotr visits Jacek in his cell, and what follows is one of the best humanize-the-killer scenes I've ever seen. When Jacek is put to death (by hanging), the film pulls no punches; it is shown in full detail. The director is trying to say is that there is no difference between state funded execution, and the senseless murder of an innocent civilian; murder is murder. The irony of government funded murder is that they fund the very crime they are punishing Jacek for. More importantly the shocking images shown ARE justified (unlike a film like Requiem for a Dream). A Short Film About Killing is actually an extended version of episode 5 of the Decalogue, which was a ten part series made for Polish television. I highly recommend both the Decalogue and this film.

Christian L (ru) wrote: Klassisk Walter Hill 80'er film :)Go underholdning...

bill s (gb) wrote: Asking this actor at this time in his career to carry this shallow thriller is way too much.

Michael T (nl) wrote: Disturbing Japanese horror drama.

Logan M (es) wrote: A stunningly great movie from start to finish, "Chinatown" is potentially the greatest movie in the neo-noir genre.

Facebook U (jp) wrote: Charming, funny, whimsical enough to work! William Wyler masterfully directs the two charming leads, Audrey Hepburn and Peter O'Toole, to give such fun and energetic performances! Even the magestic soundtrack by the master himself, John Williams, keeps the audience transfixed in the silliness and beauty of Paris. I love this film!!

Logan M (gb) wrote: Not as funny as I expected it to be, but had an interesting plot with amazing performances from the lead characters.