Bandit: Bandit Goes Country
In what appears to be a prequel to the Smokey and the Bandit films, a young Bandit returns to his hometown to rekindle things with an old flame.
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Mark A (fr) wrote: Werner Herzog's philosophical, deeply engaging documentary about the past, present, and future of the technological world features a bevy of well-put-together interviews and a chapter-based structure that helps the dense material become more feasible
Jason K (jp) wrote: eh, there are so many holes in this movie that its hard to watch. As it did move forward- each scene started with a "really, umm that's kinda unoriginal guys". And then there was the acting.....that was kinda bad.
Fred T (ag) wrote: Rize is a unique and electrifying documentary about the inception of Krump dancing in the inner cities of Los Angeles, groundzero for the L.A. riots. Out of the ashes of inequality and hate comes a raw, new form of youthful expression known as Krump. While Rize bursts with energy and infectious, often spellbinding dancing, it's also an explorative narrative into the lives of the kids/dancers, dance-groups and thier struggles to overcome impoverishment, gangs, drug addiction as well as personal tragedy. Only to persevere, through positivity and the art of dance. Excellent
August M (ru) wrote: A movie that wouldn't have worked half as well had it's ending been anything different. The entire movie is eerie, with a mounting dread that is paid off with that utterly frightening finale.
Citien P (es) wrote: Water and oil simply don't mix. Whoever came up with the idea of teaming up Reynolds and Eastwood should be burned at stake.
Jason D (es) wrote: The best thing about this film is the 80's Bronx backdrop and the IZ The Wiz throwups passing you by on the elevated....awesome.
Katelyn B (jp) wrote: I love this movie, I really do. I saw this in a motion picture appreciation class, and I wish I still had my review for it. This movie has a sort of "Clue" thing going on. It makes you think and wonder who the killer is. As good as I am at predicting movies, this one totally had me stumped until the end... even then, there is a little twist on top of that!
Eric R (ca) wrote: After spending the evening at a government function, Ludvik, a communist official, and his wife arrive home to learn that a few of Ludvik's comrades have been "relieved" of their position. Ludvik and his wife fear that he could be next and begin to believe that their home is bugged and the government is out to get him next. "The Ear' is a admirable look into fear and paranoia as this couple spends almost the entiere film entrenched in their home waiting for what they fear is the inevitable. Even at the end of the film when things appear to be resolved, the characters are still left with this sense of unease and fear of their government and leadership. The film succeeds at giving the viewer a glimpse into these characters emotions as it structually goes back and forth between the two of them at their house, and their recollection of what happened during the government function, as they try to piece things together. As this fear and paranoia escalates the couple's relationship begins to deteriorate more and more as they fight among themselves. This is a great time capsule which does a wonderful job at capturing the fear and paranoia associated with the communist regime.
Jamie C (ag) wrote: Great and funny first entry, Mike Myers was born to play this role, Not to mention the other roles he plays.
aaron s (jp) wrote: Slightly darker than the first, and a little all over the place because of the original director leaving midway. overall pretty good
Michael J (ag) wrote: Well... the animation was good.
Mark A (ca) wrote: Wolf Creek takes too long to get going, and even once it does it proves to be little more than a tasteless (though well-shot) torture porn
Alex P (fr) wrote: James Roday's feature length directorial debut doesn't hit every note it tries to, but Gravy has enough willpower to be quirky to get it by as a potential cult classic, and it's quirkiness comes through.