This is an educational video, where Mr. T attempts to instill good values (honor thy mother, don't give in to peer pressure, etc..) to kids through Rapping and Breakdancing, among other ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Be Somebody... or Be Somebody's Fool!
This is an educational video, where Mr. T attempts to instill good values (honor thy mother, don't give in to peer pressure, etc..) to kids through Rapping and Breakdancing, among other ...
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Heather M (de) wrote: Sobieski and Davis were wonderful in this movie. The whole was fun and engaging. Watch this for a guaranteed naughty, fun time.
Chacko V (jp) wrote: A unique and beautiful tale, You are never too old to learn. :-)
tyler h (ru) wrote: he wasn't john Rambo any more he was satollone
Kurt B (de) wrote: Muted coluring, a shaky camera and extreme close-ups make this dramatisation seem as real as the events themselves. Top-notch from everyone involved.
Grant B (us) wrote: The title sold me. Unless it's porn, i gots ta watch it!
Alex B (us) wrote: An unusual, twisted version of the innocent man falsely accused or framed story (or of the legal or investigative journalist procedural). Better than The Wrong Man (as Lang is better than Hitchcock).
Sarfara A (us) wrote: Apache '54. is a very beautiful western film, and something which is so touchy and lovable at some scenes. It has great struggle of cheers and excitement going on, that is worth watching.
Ryan F (us) wrote: There is a thin line between genius and lunacy. LOL cross that line. LOL has an interesting concept. It's a message movie about how cellphones and computers and technology are ruining our lives. However, LOL goes about telling this message in a truly awful way. I get that LOL is a stylized film. I admire that it was shot for a $3,000 Budget in Standard Definition. Its a creative film. But creativity and resourceful filmmaking isn't all that's needed to make a good film. LOL's problems come in its terminally slow pace, and unlikable characters. LOL follows the lives of a group of people whose lives are intertwined in a number of ways. One by one, technology comes between them. Or so you would think. The truth is, in order to show that technology ruins lives, you have to make good people go bad. Not annoying jerks go worse. None of the leads are likable. They are nasty to each other, and all of their issues in relationships could simple be solved if they just stopped being jerks. Sure, computers and phones come between them, but the personalities of the characters are so self-centered that they all would have ended up in the same bad place anyway. I spent the entirety of LOL groaning internally at the stupidity of the characters. I couldn't connect to any of the male characters, because of the previously mentioned personality issues, and the female characters were so unexplored and fleshed out. There are three females in the movie, and they are all so one dimensional. They are there so the males have someone to have relationship issues with. One woman never even appears in person. She is only heard through phone conversations and seen in pictures. While I realize that this was a creative choice meant to represent the disconnect created by technology, it created a disconnect with me, and I felt extremely detached. LOL has some good parts. Some of the dialogue is funny, and the transitions (which I won't go into detail about, in case you do decide to watch the film) are creative, even if they get repetitive. Overall, LOL is a dis interesting trip through the lives of a bunch of obnoxious, self-centered people who I hated. Maybe you'll like it. I certainly didn't.
Charles M (kr) wrote: What a depressing mess. So much for being a family movie.
Derek M (ru) wrote: Nice nice nice, see the black experiences of america through the black private eyeI am always drawn to the accents, use of words and expressions in relation to poems, plays, novels, misc, painting... In a film