Arrivederci Millwall

Arrivederci Millwall

A group of Millwall supporting hooligans travels to Spain for the 1982 World Cup Finals soon after the start of the Falklands War. One member of the gang is bent on avenging a personal loss.

A group of Millwall supporting hooligans travels to Spain for the 1982 World Cup Finals soon after the start of the Falklands War. One member of the gang is bent on avenging a personal loss. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Cole W (es) wrote: An enjoyable movie for anybody with its clever dialogue, artistic style, homage to classic westerns, and the funny, likable title character.

Keeley S (us) wrote: I bet this is a brilliant film.I'm giving it 5 stars before I've seen it 'cos I reckon it's a good one

Ricardo C (ru) wrote: Depois de 10 anos nos EUA a ensinar muitos realizadores como fazer filmes de aco, John Woo regressa China e realiza um pico de quase 5 horas dividido em 2 partes (existindo uma verso "americana" mais curta de duas horas e meia) que supera muitos filmes americanos do gnero. um deleite ver as faces a guerrearem-se nos variados e enormes campos de batalha, com um nmero surpreendente de estratgias militares em aco protagonizadas por personagens com motivaes e rivalidades bem definidas. Mesmo cedendo a algumas tradies menos apreciadas do cinema chins, "Red Cliff" merecia estar entre os melhores do gnero e uma escolha fantstica para introduzir novas pessoas ao cinema asitico.

Richard D (ru) wrote: A solid court drama with believable characters. While it's fairly predictable I think that the sum is better than its parts here. But it never goes full blown thriller, came close a couple times. Worth a watch for the well written characters.

Francisco L (us) wrote: was funny when son in hospital laugh like a crazy man

Alex K (fr) wrote: My Favorite Film Is 1941's Citizen Kane.

Pamela H (ag) wrote: I strongly recommend this ,movie,it is a funny heartfelt all around movie !!A must see!!

Cody C (ca) wrote: I love this movie. It's not great, and the plot is pretty non-existant, but I always have a good time watching it. One of the best feel-good movies of the genre.

Phenyeia O (es) wrote: Outstanding movie John Wayne is my family favorite actor

Nellie B (gb) wrote: have not watched it in a long time but it is definitely a good movie.

Wahida K (ag) wrote: Louis de Funs played grumpy in most of his Movies but he was very funny.

Jacob M (fr) wrote: Out of all the US presidents, it's 16th President Abraham Lincoln that's known as the best of the best. His fights for justice for all and the elimination of slavery appeals to about every American including myself, and this is why I believe Lincoln is the greatest president in United States history. Due to Lincoln's popularity and importance in history, Lincoln has been subject to plenty of film adaptations over the years, with the most recent being the insulting-sounding Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter and Steven Spielberg's excellent film Lincoln, detailing Lincoln's fight to end slavery. But what is likely the film that has stood the test of time is John Ford's Young Mr. Lincoln, detailing Lincoln's early days in the world of politics. And while the story is in fact mostly fictionalized, the great thing is, with a story detailing the man who would become the greatest president of all-time, I found Young Mr. Lincoln to be a brilliant drama filled with emotions and inspiration. Before he became 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln (Henry Fonda), a simple, down-home country boy, becomes a lawyer in Springfield, Illinois to make a name for himself. Lincoln's honesty is put to the test when he defends two young men accused of murder. Despite his beginning knowledge of the law, Lincoln is dedicated to winning this case. In the films of Hollywood, particularly films about famous people, the majority is not entirely accurate. While there are some that maintains the person's story, generally liberties are taken (such as Yankee Doodle Dandy) while others eliminate the truth of the story in order to create an entirely different take on a person's life (such as Hans Christian Anderson). In the case of Young Mr. Lincoln, the story is definitely fictionalized, though in real life, Lincoln was originally a lawyer before be became president. Despite the mostly fictional story, John Ford's direction and the incredible depth made in the film makes Young Mr. Lincoln another winner from one of the greatest directors who ever lived, especially from one who also ranked Lincoln as one of his favorite American leaders. The copy I watched of Young Mr. Lincoln was a DVD made by The Criterion Collection, a company dedicated to restoring acclaimed classic and contemporary films, and with that being said, the restoration is stellar. What's great about this restoration is that like me, there's plenty of moviegoers who can enjoy these kinds of films in the greatest quality possible, and with this dedication, I will gladly support what Criterion does every day. Now on with the actual film. John Ford is an incredible filmmaker, with some of his best films include The Searchers, The Grapes of Wrath, and Stagecoach. Both Stagecoach and this were released in what is considered one of the greatest years in all of film, 1939, with others released include Gone with the Wind, The Wizard of Oz, and Mr. Smith Goes to Washington. Both this and Stagecoach both put Ford on the map, and both deserve a place in film history. Of the two, the film that deserves the acclaim more is without a doubt this one. While Stagecoach redefined the western genre, it's Young Mr. Lincoln that succeeds in making a truly compelling story. I love that the audience does not see who actually murders the victim, cause that would lead to a predictable and dull film. Like with any great Hitchcock film, Ford creates a suspenseful atmosphere that makes an incredible experience. I bet Hitchcock was influenced by the suspenseful tones in this film when creating some of his greatest works (Hitch does rank Ford as one of his favorite filmmakers). Young Mr. Lincoln was also the first collaboration between Ford and star Henry Fonda, and like Fonda's stellar performance in Ford's even more excellent Grapes of Wrath, Fonda nails the part of "Honest Abe". Fonda's American patriotism and truly satisfying emotional levels show that Fonda was one of Hollywood's greatest stars. Had I lived during the time of it's original release, I would have given him a standing ovation for this role. That shows how incredible Fonda's performance is. The other performance worth mentioning is the performance of Donald Meek as the prosecutor of the court case. Like Fonda, Meek provides a performance filled with emotions and intense characterizations. This performance reminds me a bit of Lee J. Cobb's stellar role as Juror #3 in 12 Angry Men, which incidentally, stars Fonda in his greatest role. Abraham Lincoln was one of the greatest political leaders in the history of America, and while the story here in mostly a fictional account, Henry Fonda's stellar performance of Honest Abe and John Ford's excellent direction makes Young Mr. Lincoln a must see for any fans of film in general. And PS, this film was not released in 2013. It's actually made in 1939, same year as Ford's Stagecoach. If this was made in 2013, then Henry Fonda would have been a really old man.

Darren R (br) wrote: Is it heavy handed? Sure. Is the acting terrible? Definitely. But like any Wells story, it's all about the big ideas. Oh, and the visuals! Still, probably only serious cinephiles and Wells fans will get a whole lot out of this.

Mark F (gb) wrote: I just watched this again and needed to change my review. I love so many things about this movie. The way Atom becomes almost human, the way the underdog that everyone considered too small, obsolete and weak triumphs over adversity, the way that mirrors Charlie's own story, the way Charlie finds redemption, the joy as he does so, the way his relationship with his son develops...I think the most powerful thing for me though is how Atom shows what it means to take punishment but never quit. That is perhaps the best metaphor for life there is. So yeah, I may have cried a bit. You're really going to find yourself rooting for that robot.

Kitty C (jp) wrote: The movie itself is not too bad but it sucks in comparison to the book.

Howard E (de) wrote: At least once a year we're given a film about teenagers. If they're not wizards, vampires, werewolves, star-crossed lovers or smart-mouthed too-cool-for-schoolers, they're fodder for some misunderstood slasher. Rarely are we given a film that portrays adolescent angst with refreshing honesty. Thankfully, we have such a film in THE SPECTACULAR NOW.Sutter Keely is a popular high school senior. He's charmingly cocky, self-assured and he gets along great with everyone. He loves his part-time job at a men's clothing store and he has a nice car. He also loves his alcohol and he's never very far away from his next supersized, whiskey-laced soft drink. Life is great for Sutter and he has no plans to change anything. One day, after his girlfriend dumps him, he gets drunk and wakes up on the lawn of his classmate, Aimee Finecky. She's different from all the other girls he knows. She's a bit of a science fiction nerd but she's sweet. She dreams of a bright future for herself and whomever she should marry. Sutter, on the other hand, lives only in the now. He has no dreams. Yet, somehow, they're drawn together.Like most teenagers, Sutter and Aimee both have parental issues. Both want to stand up to their mothers but neither has the confidence to do so. For Aimee, she wants to go to an out-of-state university but her mother wants her to stay home. For Sutter, he wants to reconnect with his estranged father but his mother wants to keep them apart. When they make a pact with each other to challenge their parents' decisions, they set the wheels in motion that will change their lives forever.Sutter tracks down his father, and he and Amy go off to visit him. What they find is not what they expect. Like Sutter, his dad lives only for the moment. As he says to Sutter, "live fast, die hard, and leave a beautiful memory". Sutter's eyes are opened for the first time and, although he sees the path he is on, he feels he is not worthy enough to have a life that is any different. Amy, on the other hand, sees Sutter differently. In fact, everyone from his teacher to his sister, boss, best friend, ex-girlfriend (Brie Larson, DON JON) and even his ex's new boyfriend, see Sutter differently. They see that if he can ever love himself as much as they love him, he will be awesome.If we were not Sutter growing up, we certainly knew kids who were. That's what makes this film so appealingly heartbreaking. He is confident on the outside but is a ball of insecurity on the inside. Aimee, on the other hand, is just the opposite but she is just as authentic. Not surprisingly, THE SPECTACULAR NOW won a special award at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival for its principal actors, Miles Teller and Shailene Woodley, who both shine in the film. The National Board of Review named THE SPECTACULAR NOW as one of 2013's Top Ten Independent Films and the Phoenix Film Critics' Society called it the Most Overlooked Film of the Year.The film isn't scheduled to come to Hong Kong (no surprise) but if you can find it either in DVD format or online (legally, of course), get it and watch it with your teenage kids. Please note, though, that there is one scene of sex and nudity.