Three petty thieves who the police believe to be major criminals are chased into a basement bar where they take five hostages including all the bar employees. The rest of the movie deals with the cops lurking outside the bar while the trio try to get hold of the situation inside.
- Stars:Matt Dillon, Faye Dunaway, Gary Sinise, William Fichtner, Viggo Mortensen, John Spencer, Skeet Ulrich, Frankie Faison, Melinda McGraw, M. Emmet Walsh, Joe Mantegna, Doug Spinuzza, Spencer Garrett, Enrico Colantoni, Tulsy Ball,
- Country:USA, France
- Director:Kevin Spacey,
- Writer:Christian Forte
While escaping from a foiled robbery attempt, three thieves find themselves surrounded by police at a New Orleans bar--only they're not the people the police are searching for. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ca) wrote: See this and drink from the fountain of youth. It will make you a better parent at the very least. If the words "I don't know how I got here" ring true for you, this is your chance to gain perspective and start living a life of adventure and heart.
(jp) wrote: Footnote is a very engaging film with strong acting, storytelling, and cinematography. The culture and setting of Israel are interesting as well and add to the film's depth. The strong negative reviews are surprising, though the film is mislabeled as a 'comedy' when it is a family/political drama. I go the other way and highly recommend it.
(es) wrote: really enjoy this movie! All the actors do a great job and Hilary once again doesn't disappoint
(mx) wrote: Probably my least favorite of Miyazaki's films, mostly because this is just so damn weird. The story is badly explained, and the animation is uncharacteristically shitty at times (at least compared to Miyazaki's work in general, which is usually of the highest quality). The characters look like they're made of fucking Jello half the time. What really annoys me is despite how crazy, unusual, and magical all of the events of the movie are, no one seems to even give a shit. There are waves like 200 feet tall, ancient fish swimming everywhere, and a fish who turns into a girl, and no one even cares! Why does no one give a shit in this film about anything?! That's what really bothers me here, along with all of the other issues that plague this film.
(fr) wrote: Like several other Reviewers, I think this is a must see movie. I had no idea of the extent of discrimination in the US Electoral system.
(es) wrote: Jack of Diamonds is decent film. It is about the protege of a famous cat burglar reluctantly agrees to join forces with a lesser criminal in the daring heist of several famous jewels from a seemingly impenetrable vault. George Hamilton and Joseph Cotten give good performances. The script is a little slow places but still entertaining. Don Taylor did an alright job directing this movie. I liked this motion picture because of the drama.
(br) wrote: really strange, but mesmerizing.
(br) wrote: Un modele du western crepusculaire, dirige par un petit maitre souvent plus talentueux que les grands, et porte par l'autre incarnation absolue du genre : Gary Cooper, qui avait debute, comme John Wayne, dans des westerns muets.
(us) wrote: Decent WW2 submarine drama. Decent plot, not based on a true story itself but based around an actual historic event, the Doolittle Raid. The structure, commands and regimens of a submarine crew seem quite authentic and sometimes give it a documentary feel.Can be a bit far-fetched at times though. Some episodes seem included just for glamour purposes, and, considering the movie was released in 1943, propaganda purposes.Decent action sequences.In keeping with the above point regarding propaganda, dialogue can also be overly bellicose and speech-like at times. Anything for a few war bonds...Solid performance by Cary Grant in the lead role. Good support all round.
(us) wrote: I thought the movie was incredibly inspirational and carried a deep meaning about discipline and self control...kudos to Jet Li and the rest of the team for making a wonderful movie
(ru) wrote: This beautiful story of two musicians becoming friends (and more?) on the streets of Dublin is a little wonder of a film. Not only does it feel very fresh, natural and real, the movie doesn't even need a lot of words to make us feel for the two lovely main characters. The songs they sing do not feel out of place or forced into the scene, like in many other musicals, but as an important part. When they sing "Falling slowly" together for the first time in an instrument store it's impossible not to fall for this film. Of course it helps that the rest of the songs are just as wonderful. The sweet humor is another plus and so it feels those 95 minutes are over way too quickly, and we would have loved to follow those two around a little longer. Wonderful, touching, lovable.
(ru) wrote: A rare theme with reality.
(gb) wrote: It was beautiful, funny, and relatable. I'm definitely going to watch it again very soon!