Almost Kings

Almost Kings

Wanting a closer connection with his older brother, freshman Ted Wheeler seeks initiation into a group called "The Kings". But, as the corruption of The Kings is revealed, Ted must expose the ugly truth about the brother he once idolized.

Wanting a closer connection with his older brother, freshman Ted Wheeler seeks initiation into a group called "The Kings". But, as the corruption of The Kings is revealed, Ted must expose the ugly truth about the brother he once idolized. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Kurt B (fr) wrote: This is a dog. And it should be put down. But dogs don't do suicide.

Siddarth K (br) wrote: It's neither a full-length comedy nor a serious film.'Manmathan Ambu' does impress so don(TM)t miss it. A bad film for ignorants,if u r an admirer, u'll love this film. but surely a watchable entertainer. My Favoutite QUotes from the movie "veera thoda maru pakkam Manipu" & "Veera thoda ucha kattam Ahimsa"

Judith W (nl) wrote: Delightful! I was totally taken by surprise by this quirky romantic comedy.

Valeria P (fr) wrote: I haven't read the book, but the movie is very cute. Josiane Balasko is perfect as the invisible "concirge" who has a secret inner life.

Danny G (gb) wrote: is totally awesome an can't wait for another Riddick movie to come out

Matthias B (nl) wrote: excellent catgorie III bien violente , le pitch de vouloir inverser les rles est certes classique mais bien amene. Edison Chen nous fait oublier ses rles de bellatres dans des comedies pourries pour devenir un personnage d'une rare cruaut,

Jared L (ag) wrote: Aside from Hanson and his little hand, the third is my favorite scary movie. Sheen is pretty darn funny in it, and the whole cast brings many laughs along with them.

Bill G (de) wrote: Ya' know, when you're really good at something, stick with it. Just because you excel at, let's say, coal mining, doesn't mean you should think, "Hmmmm, you know what? I'm SO good at coal mining, I'm gonna branch out and become a brain surgeon." So I'm sorry, but when superstar athlete, 7-foot-tall, 324-pound Shaquille O'Neal decided he could act? Someone should have let the guy know that's not how life works. And oh, by the way, you have the acting abilities of a tree stump. The inimitable yet often misunderstood "Shaq" stars in this film travesty as a genie who gives a picked-on boy three wishes. Well my three wishes are: 1) That the United Nations bans Shaq from ever stepping in front of a camera anywhere on Earth ever again, 2) That every athletic contract include a clause preventing athletes from pursuing film careers, and 3) That Lena gets a lifetime Grammy, it's long overdue. And so you're producing "Kazaam" and you get a giant acting novice to star, so who do you hire to direct, to help bring forth what you hope will be a good performance from this lumbering jackass? Starsky! F*cking Starsky! Yes, '70s TV icon Paul Michael Glaser directs. And just to top things off, they throw in a cameo by boyband the Backdoor, I mean the Backstreet Boys. So that's supposed to be the recipe for a smash hit film: a jock who can't act, a '70s TV reject, and a talentless '90s 'N Sync ripoff. Okaaaaaaaay. Needless to say, I cannot recommend this film, not even to watch as a joke just to see how bad a movie can be. If you want to do that, watch "Beaches."

Daniel F (jp) wrote: Cheap but passable sequel. A lot of potential squandered.

Brett C (fr) wrote: Review In A Nutshell:Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence is a powerful film that speaks about the difference in values between two different cultures. This film doesn't just explore the two cultures that are seen on screen, it represents humanity in general, showing us how malevolent humans could become towards the people that don't share the same values. This is was truly heartbreaking to watch, as I know there are no showing signs of humans actually changing their views. Wars will still go on between countries in order to determine which the dominant culture is. It is only when we are walking on the path of death that we start to see that the world is a cruel place, lacking in compassion. This film doesn't rely on an abundance of death to transmit these ideas across; it captures it beautifully through its exchanges of dialogue and well-composed photography. The film may slow in its pace but it pays off at the end, as it allows its audience to be more in touch with the deeper side of its characters. The film also features a powerful but tender score that gave me a sense of hope but also melancholy by the end of the film. It comes in at the most dramatic of moments and when it appears, it hits so hard that the emotion overwhelms you. It may not be something I could recite when placed on the spot, but I definitely won't be able to forget the power it had on me when watching this film. The acting in this film was the weakest aspect. David Bowie's performance was for the most part strong but there were a couple of moments where the scene just needed a little more from him. Ryuichi Sakamoto as Captain Yonoi was remarkable when not speaking English, every time he tries to speak English his performance becomes a bit too over dramatic; but other than that, I have no issues from the actor. Sakamoto also was responsible for the film's beautiful score; I applaud for his efforts. Tom Conti was a powerhouse in this film, dominating every single shot he was in; the fact that he wasn't nominated at all for this performance baffles me. Takeshi Kitano as Sergeant Gengo Hara was wonderful in this film, particularly during the film's final scene; I was so close of tearing up during the final scene due to the performance both Kitano and Conti delivered. Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence is a strong film that I encourage others to watch due to its strong message, beautiful score by Ryuichi Sakamoto, and an amazing performance from Tom Conti.

Sgt C (us) wrote: (89%)A mostly forgotten gem of a film that truly deserves to be more widely seen as it doesn't even have an English region 2 dvd release, which is a travesty owing to the British talent involved. Rod Taylor is perfect playing a tough soldier-of-fortune with a good heart, likewise big Jim Brown as his sidekick and Ken More as the missions alcoholic doctor. If you can get hold of a region 1 copy, which probably won't be cheap, but it will be worth it, as this is one of the best war films ever made, with fantastic direction, gut wrenching tension and brutal action. A theatrical re-release would be a real treat as the film hasn't hardly aged at all.

Lloyd H (ag) wrote: Arguably the most cliche disaster movie ever made. Stallone is surprisingly good, but the bit part members of the supporting cast are weak and their performances are dreadful. The way they take it in turns to speak is embarrassing and the dialogue is complete garbage. Viggo Mortensen's character seemed interesting but his role is short lived as he's killed off a quarter of an hour into the film. The cliche coincidences that cause the disaster to unfold is frustrating to watch and has no elements of originality. The introduction of the characters is poor and their individual outcomes are predictable. The special effects are not the best but some of the set pieces are entertaining enough. In particular the turbine scene. I did however enjoy the soundtrack, but other than that there's little that's good about this film. I'm in no hurry to watch this film again any time soon.