Set in Italy in the 1970s, VALLANZASCA is the true story of the Italian underworld’s most infamous outlaw. A criminal by age 9, Renato Vallanzasca grew up to become the country’s most notorious mobster before the age of 27. Vallanzasca and his gang wrested control of the Milan underworld with a string of high profile robberies, kidnappings and murders. In the process, he captivated the public and earned the nickname ‘il bel Renè’ – for his devilish charm and handsome face. Arrested multiple times, his daring escapes from prison enraged the government, angered his rivals and fed his legend.
Julio G (ag) wrote: More than just a movie about fans of my little pony. It feels like a story with issues akin to LGBTQ issues. It touches on bias and stereotypes in a different way.
Shakira M (ru) wrote: This movie can help women understand some fundamentals about football. A movie WITH a HEART. Well, played Kevin Costner and Jennifer Garner. Its now, one of my favor movie about football and its players. Also, the insight of the business.
Bradley K (mx) wrote: Nice little fight picture that achieves a lot through great economy.
Mark H (de) wrote: If anything, Danton is an entertaining costume drama about the french revolution. The film pays attention to detail and has some pretty strong production values, but has a major issue, the use of non-french actors. The film was directed by Andrej Wajda, from poland, and used many polish actors for this french production. The problem was that none of them knew how to speak french! The dubbing is extremely noticeable on some actors, but what can you do. The fellow that played Robespierre has a genuine look of evil on his face, which makes up for the fact he can't speak french. Gerard Depardieu isn't exactly the greatest actor ever, but he's pretty convincing as the title character. Overall, it's a good film that could have been great.
Jed G (nl) wrote: It's overlong and somewhat inconsistent, and its plot often lacks the true insight that its story deserves, but Gandhi is an interesting, well-directed, and competently written biopic that is elevated significantly by Ben Kingsley's absolutely magnificent performance in the title role.
Veer G (de) wrote: Knocked Up debuts all the comedy actors we all know and love into one hilarious film about pregnancy and relationships.
Andrew L (fr) wrote: Didn't hate it as much on the second viewing but the terrible script and story seriously hinders Depp's performance and mistreats what could have been a great villain in Davy Jones. Bloom & Knightley shouldn't have been in the sequels.
Sean M (br) wrote: While it's not as good as the first film this movie still has something to offer especially for long time fans of the show. The biggest problem is the plot, it was good in the first film but here it's all over the place and its pacing is horrible. Other than that this movie has the laughs and it will satisfy as spongebob fan but maybe not everyone
Thomas S (fr) wrote: I never got around to this movie
Michael W (au) wrote: A GREAT BAD movie!Thanks again @HDTGM!