Los Angeles Hip Hop mogul Dante wants to put the country that started the Sport back on top. He enlists his hard-luck friend Blake, who was a championship basketball coach, to coach his team. Armed with the theory that the right coach can make any team champions, they assemble a Dream Team of all the best dancers across the country. A group of underdog B-Boys and their coaches gun for the Battle of the Year competition's top spot. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Battle Of The Year
A down-on-his-luck coach is hired to prepare a team of the best American dancers for an international tournament that attracts all the best crews from around the world, but the Americans haven't won in fifteen years.
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Orlok W (nl) wrote: An enjoyably off-center black comic parody of gangster movies--Tart mobster story!!
Andrew L (fr) wrote: Fast Five is surprisingly an enjoyable film that took the franchise to the next level in a good way by delivering crazy action stunts, great plot, uniting our favorite characters into one film (and introducing The Rock), and overall bringing a whole new life for the series.
Tuukka P (fr) wrote: A real life story of a drug addict in the cold northern Finland. Director Neuvonen shot his friends (mostly of Jani, 19-year-old dreamer) with DV cam during their time in the cold Rovaniemi and trip in the southern Europe. Honest and somewhat disturbing view of a young man who has succumbed to addiction and fallen outside normal society without preacing (which is far too common in these types of docus).
Matthew W (ca) wrote: Perfect. Captures exactly how I've felt all these years.
Saad K (ca) wrote: There Be Dragons - TRASH IT (D)First thing first there are no dragons in it, Bummer. As it's a period movie I thought there will be some dragons in it but hey it's all about civil war in Spain and no dragons (Sad Face). The movie tells the story of London-based investigative journalist Robert Torres (Dougray Scott), who visits Spain to research a book about Josemara Escriv (Cox), the controversial founder of Opus Dei. But Robert hits a wall, both professionally and personally, when his most promising source-his own father, Manolo Torres (Bentley), turns out to be his least cooperative one. Robert begins to unearth his father's toxic secrets when he learns that Manolo was not only born in the same Spanish town as Josemara, but that they were childhood friends and attended the same seminary. The two men take radically different paths in life, with Josemara dedicating his life to his faith while Manolo is swept into the brutal and tumultuous Spanish Civil War. Manolo descends into a dangerous and jealous obsession when the beautiful Hungarian revolutionary Ildiko (Olga Kurylenko) doesn't return his affections and instead gives herself to the courageous military leader, Oriol (Rodrigo Santoro).The production value and cinematography of the movie is great. They have spend lots of money on it but bad direction and tedious screenplay with mostly average performances by all actors makes it unbearable and laughable at times. Lily Cole was alright in a very small role.The performances by all actors from Charlie Cox to Wes Bentley to Rodrigo Santoro to Olga Kurylenko is good at times and horrible at times. There was no one good to direct them so they just let it go and try their best but most of the times it just didn't work at all. In the end, starting is atrocious and in the middle it gets little better but then again it ends on tedious note. Trash this one big time, don't even need to rent it!
Corey S (jp) wrote: This film is really creepy and has some great actors. I really liked the horror Init and the twist in the story but the stand out was Dennis who was brilliant and a good lead in Ben foster happy to see he's getting some action now.
Matthew D (us) wrote: A compelling new Dracula narrative, weighed down by overacting, distracting English accents, and a PG-13 rating that keeps the action from being truly engrossing.
Charlotte H (gb) wrote: One of the most touching movies ive ever seen. And i was crying my eyes out ... and Tim Robbins maked me speechless...he is really a great actor. Have seen it over and over again...
Biju B (ag) wrote: is a revenge drama that will keep you guessing until the end. An intriguing tale of vengeance that is disturbing yet entertaining. A very good movie!
Joe K (au) wrote: I wouldn't call it "bad", I was actually very surprised at how not-corny it was. I thought it would be a total joke of a movie but it wasnt so much. Just not very impressed, not one Id really recommend or watch again.
Dorothy H (mx) wrote: quirky. I did enjoy it as it was a pretty goofy 90 style movie. I found it entertaining.
Xain R (ru) wrote: A true work of art which can mesmerise anyone. Every frame of Hero is designed and presented so beautifully that one watching it forgets to blink the eye. Magnificent and giant artwork is enough to keep you with the movie and increase your interest in Chinese history. Lavish yet clean living style of the people and the costumes, not to mention the colours and the way the events are narrated. However, movie is more about the complex love story between two assassins then another one with extreme speed. Essential Chinese arts of Qin, Wiq ,Caligraphy and Painting are amazingly blended with the themes while first 3 are expressive shown, Painting is rather subjective to the audience perception of colour work through out the movie. Characters are presented enigmatically, from passionate to the quite ones. Very strong movie with brave artwork and performances.
Greg S (ru) wrote: A professor and his priest brother solve a plague of murders on an Italian island outside Venice. The kind of mystery where the screenwriter hides the identity of the killer by keeping any meaningful clues away from the audience for as long as possible, making it difficult to care about the story.
Catherine S (kr) wrote: How I Won The War is a silly, yet fun movie that was a delight to watch. Even though it suffers from a weak script and characters, I still found it amusing. How I Won The War is based off a novel of the same name by Patrick Ryan. Though the cover of the VHS box shows John Lennon's character, the whole movie is a retelling by Officer Lieutanant Ernest Goodbody. The film takes place during WWII, and it's a ludicrous plot. This battalion, known as the Musketeers, are sent to build a criket field in the middle of an African desert. Along the way, Goodbody's problematic and often times strange actions result in the death of the other troops, one by one. While Goodbody tells the story like all the troops admired him and died valiantly on the battlefield, in actuality they despised him, and most of them died from his antics. Even though I really liked the film, there are several problems with it plot wise, script wise, and character wise. The plot is so ridiculous and unfeesably silly that just talking about it creates one of those what the **** moments. The script is pretty poor, since most of the lines were given to Michael Crawford's character, who for the most part, wasn't exactly enjoyable. He's so naive and incompetent, it's hard to root for him or understand him. Outside of Goodbody, the other characters were extremely weak. How much we got to know these characters is as much as you'd get from a quick 2 minute interview. Really, you get the thin skeleton of their characters, so when they do die, it's hard to feel sorry for them. The deaths in this film feature usage of real WWII footage to describe the carnage. I'm not sure if it was Lester's idea or was it due to the budget, but at points it works and at others it denotes the value. As you can imagine, John Lennon is the lone standout in this film. Even though he's on screen for a total of fifteen minutes, his character is the most endearing of all of them combined. Yeah, his presence is that powerful. Lennon has this natural screen presence that is entertaining, unfortunately the poor script hinders the true potential his character had for, when his character did die, truly potent, though it still can stir emotions (more on that later.) The main thing that killed How I Won the War is when it was released. Only 3-4 years before, Dr. Strangelove, often called the best political satire movie ever made, was released with high critical esteem. This probably deflated How I Won the War's idea, since it was an anti-war film (another form of political satire in war form), it was probably over compared to Dr. Strangelove, thus devaluing the film. How I Won The War's biggest problem is that it struggles with serious identity issues. It teeters between a comedy and a serious war film. The problem is that what's funny isn't extremely funny and what's supposed to be serious or poignant just doesn't hit the mark. Richard Lester is known for his comedies, and this was his first attempt at a more serious film. I think that if he had developed the other characters a bit more and gave them all stronger personalities (and worked on the script), How I Won The War could've been a critically and finacially successful movie that was funny, yet emotional, and created endearing characters. Despite all of that criticism, I enjoyed How I Won The War. Maybe it's because I'm being biast, and that's probably it, but I still found the film to be shot well and that it had an idea that was good, just not executed as well as hoped. I think what makes this film more effective today is the ironic death of John Lennon. In the film he dies after getting hit with shrapnel from a mortar, in real life, he dies after getting shot with hollow bullets. The two deaths mirror each other so closely (even to the proximity of where the projectiles entered) that is intensifies the potency of Lennon's death in the film. That's what made the film stronger, thus it's a rare film that's better with age. I enjoyed this film immensly, but I really don't think many would enjoy this because of how overall weak the movie is. See it if you're a fan of John Lennon or Richard Lester's work, but otherwise, I wouldn't put this at the top of your must see list. (Real rating: 96%)
Erick F (ru) wrote: Fun little ultra-violent western. Love the casket gag. Love how he shoots people up. I think I may like this more than I liked QT's version. Good times. Good concept, good execution.
BILL M (nl) wrote: MODERN WAR FILM - BEAUTIFUL SHOTS OF THE PLANES
Daryl K (br) wrote: As beautiful, damaged goods go, Vivien Leigh had a particular knack for playing this type of character in movies. Here, she's a ballerina who falls for soldier, Robert Taylor. When her love goes missing during the war, the streets apparently call for Leigh to walk them, which leads to issues when the well-bred Taylor eventually turns up. It all ends tragically. Melodramatic as hell, but 'Waterloo Bridge' is a well-acted tear-jerker, with a haunted performance by Leigh at its center.
Sai T (ca) wrote: Triggering our age of high-stakes secrecy, explosive news leaks and the trafficking of classified information, WikiLeaks forever changed the game. Now, in a dramatic thriller based on real events, The Fifth Estate reveals the quest to expose the deceptions and corruptions of power that turned an Internet upstart into the 21st century
Heather G (au) wrote: This is a dark unsettling tale of a holocaust survivor (played by Rod Steiger) making a living as a pawnbroker in Harlem, who is emotionally cut off from those around him. He is haunted by flashbacks of his time in a concentration camp, where his children were murdered and he was forced to watch his wife being raped. For a full synopsis please check out the RT page for this film. This is an excellent movie. Not a movie to be enjoyed, but to be appreciated for it's mood, style and performances. I was actually surprised by how emotional I got while watching this. During some of the flashback scenes, my heart was breaking! Like I said, it's not supposed to be enjoyable. Rod Steiger is PHENOMENAL in this role. He makes you sympathetic for a character that, at first, seems to have no feeling for anyone else, and refers to his customers as 'scum' and 'rejects'. However he gives you tiny glimpses of the anguish bubbling under the surface and by the end of the film you are just desperate for him to let it all out! Highly recommended.
Arne F (ca) wrote: Ein av dei betre western-filmane fr denne tidsperioden !