ASSA is set in Crimea during the winter in the mid eighties. A young musician (Bananan) falls for mobster's (Krymov) young mistress (Alika). The parallel story line involves an 18th century... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
ASSA is set in Crimea during the winter in the mid eighties. A young musician (Bananan) falls for mobster's (Krymov) young mistress (Alika). The parallel story line involves an 18th century assassination plot.
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Jeremy D (au) wrote: There really isn't much more to say. You either like Martial Arts Films and the John Woo Hong Kong Over-The-Top Action or you don't. It's a silly and ridiculous romper-stomper of the Yuen Woo-ping style of action films. But very watchable and a lot of fun.
Wes L (us) wrote: As a showcase for Idris Elba's acting and Thomas Ikimi's directorial talent, it works in spades - Elba hasn't been this good since The Wire, and Ikimi proves he's a director to watch. In terms of the screenplay and the story, it works less- there are plenty of awkward lines and the mentally unbalanced state they look to create winds up being confusing as the film draws to a close. I enjoyed iit in stretches.
Keith L (br) wrote: Bambi 2 fills in the gap between the middle of the predecessor after Bambi's mother's fatal passing, and does it extremely well. Given the fact that some animators from The Lion King did some work on this movie, it comes as a no-brainer that this film is really well-made. There is a lot of emotion as we see Bambi struggle with the loss of his mother, try and become brave like his father, and later get faced with adoption in a subplot involving his father finding a replacement doe to take care of Bambi. We also run into a new character named Ronno (who is a really great "antagonist") who tries to coax Bambi into thinking that he's a coward. All of this makes Bambi 2 one of the more classic DTV sequels, and a memorable experience.
Adam C (es) wrote: I honestly did not watch the whole thing. This movie was not what I thought it was. It was more like you have these bad guys that are responsible for the shark, holding the main characters hostage, making them do things agaisnt their own will, and looking for some sort of treasure. It just doesn't do it for me. I do like the idea that it's a Bull shark doing the attacks but the shark looked so fake just be looking at it. Not to mention, you don't see much of the shark at all. The storyline is lazy and not very well put together. I do like Shark movies but this is one the shark flims that really don't do well. If you watch to watch a 'good' shark flim, stick with the 1975 classic, JAWS. I'll never see this again. I decided to be smart and wise just be deleting this from my DVR.
Daryl T (us) wrote: The reason this movie didn't succeed was to few film critics were Jewish enough to get it...
John G (br) wrote: You have to appreciate Kevin Smith movies to enjoy this movie, but if you do it's a great time. *Insert clever Brodie quote here
Richard L (it) wrote: 'Shock Treatment' is a 1981 comedy musical directed by Jim Sharman. It is very often mistaken as the sequel to 'The Rocky Horror Picture Show', but in truth, this film actually is not the sequel at all to that film. 'Shock Treatment' actually did start out production as an actual sequel to 'The Rocky Horror Picture Show', but that idea was scrapped when most of the original cast could not return to reprise their roles and other problems arose. After those difficulties, they decided to make a completely different film with the two main characters from 'The Rocky Horror Picture Show' in a completely different movie world. The film does feature a few characters and many actors from that movie, but it is still not meant to be a sequel at all. When the film came out, audiences were not capable of understanding the film at all because reality TV was very little known at the time. This can be seen because the film was far too ahead of its time. 'Shock Treatment' is a highly entertaining film. The film, on a whole, is very humorous. The songs by Richard O'Brien are great, entertaining, and highly memorable. I mainly loved the songs "Shock Treatment", "Little Black Dress", "Lullaby", and "Look What I Did to My Id." The great performances given by Jessica Harper, Cliff De Young, Barry Humphries, Richard O'Brien, and Patricia Quinn are highly entertaining because of the energy they give off in their roles. The film also does well in making most of the characters and settings look as if they arrived straight out of the 1950's. I also loved many of the lines of dialogue in the film. Overall, 'Shock Treatment' is a highly underrated, comedic, and entertaining film that has many great songs.
Hael E (br) wrote: the Original is always better
James H (ag) wrote: This is, so far, the third version of this popular melodrama. It is the second best of the three versions, but certainly the glossiest and the best produced version. Good costumes and art direction. The Irene Dunne 1932 version was the best, and the Margaret Sullavan 1941 version my least favorite.
Mark L (it) wrote: It was an ok movie. After the girlfriend is attacked the plot doesn't seem to take off. It is too artsy. The lead acting was better than a lot of movies I have seen. Overall ok movie but there are a lot more to see before it.
Rich A (fr) wrote: Poorly acted, the film is one long rambling incoherent mess.
emulator29 (gb) wrote: Great acting of guy pierce !