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The usual gang of robbers in engaged by a thief from Milan to steal a suitcase full of money, but troubles will menace the success of the operation.
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Johnny T (kr) wrote: Shamelessly contrived in the manner of most jukebox musicals, and more than a wee bit precious, the movie has little use for emotional shadings as it flogs its feel-good charms. The story is a bit predictable and rough around the edges. But it's heart-on-the-sleeve sweet. Fans of The Proclaimers will obviously eat this up while non-fans will appreciate the dramatic salt sprinkled over the musical sweetness that keeps this from becoming twee. What's surprising about actor-turned-filmmaker Dexter Fletcher's enthusiastic attempt to bring the songs of Craig and Charlie Reid to the screen is how alive it is to the way pop music can lift people out of the ordinariness of the everyday. Thankfully more pleasing than patronising, Sunshine on Leith works because it's not universal; while tidied up, it's still peculiar to a place and people. When it moves away from its musical numbers, the film feels less certain, falling into soap-opera shenanigans around rejected marriage proposals, long-lost daughters and plot-changing heart attacks. VERDICT: "In The Zone" - [Mixed Reaction] These kinds of movies are usually movies that had some good things, but some bad things kept it from being amazing. This rating says buy an ex-rental or a cheap price of the DVD to own. If you consider cinema, ask for people's opinion on the film. (Films that are rated 2.5 or 3 stars)
Caitlin M (ca) wrote: This movie had important but often overlooked or overdone portrayal of the horrors of being a teenage delinquent and the crimes that can be done to children under the guis e of reformation.
Phani T (br) wrote: RIP Physics. RIP logic. RIP story telling.
NeCrO (ag) wrote: And they say METAL fans are nuts
Steve G (br) wrote: Well, this effectively removed my desire to ever stay in a hostel. Torture porn. The most depravity I've seen in film characters. At least Saw had some kind of story arc. This one is much more simplistic. It sets up the most evil villains ever -- for whatever reason -- & attempts to give you some satisfaction in their ultimate destiny. Why not just have a movie with someone raping a man's entire family for an hour, just to get comeuppance? It's gratifying, but sort of weak, when it's for its own sake.I hate the protagonists as much as the antagonists. Something abut Paxton's face annoyed me. I become convinced that people who make/like this are preliminary versions of the psychotics, here portrayed. I officially never want to go to Slovaki. Soulless.Those little violent kids. Savages! Literally murdering for bubblegum.Paxton runs over that Slovakian whore: ...you're MY bitch!All this said, the ending was extremely gratifying. But like Saw, not worth going through.
Glenn C (ca) wrote: "Noise" opens with a grim scenario. A girl boards a train late at night and moments later realises that the carriage is strewn with dead bodies. Several days later a woman is found in a drainage ditch. The two crimes are connected and Brendan Cowell plays the insignificant cop assigned the duty of manning the graveyard shift at a police information caravan. He also suffers tinnitus (constant ringing in the ears) which heightens his boredom on the job. This is one of those WOW films. It totally roped me in from the moment it started and I was on edge the whole way. I had no idea where it was going and was totally enthralled by every character. It's a damn tense film too and it's isolated setting under the cloak of darkness makes it all the more unnerving. Brendan Cowell is great and the scenes with him outsmarting a local ratbag feral is superbly acted. It might have taken me a long time to get to this film but it most definitely finds itself amongst my favourite Aussie films. Check it out if you haven't already.
Gerald A (ru) wrote: corny, but worth seeing once.
Lee M (fr) wrote: Landis at his most cameo-obsessed and self-indulgent.
Paulie C (es) wrote: Haven't saw this movie in years! Taped it off "Encore". Donald Sutherland fantastic!
bryce h (it) wrote: Great movie. Such a wonderful surprise. I loved Anna and Robert together.