Trajkovic family are bridge builders. Being forced to move every once in a while, the bridges are everything but pleasant thing for 17 year old Budimir, who is unable to make any permanent ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Trajkovic family are bridge builders. Being forced to move every once in a while, the bridges are everything but pleasant thing for 17 year old Budimir, who is unable to make any permanent ...
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Tarek F (us) wrote: "Green Street Hooligans" ReviewStarring Elijah Wood, Charlie Hunnam, and directed by Lexi Alexander, "Green Street Hooligans" is like "The Basketball Diaries" in London. "Green Street Hooligans" is a film about "standing your ground" and in the end changes the live of one character entirely.Wood's character is Matt Buckner, an undergrad Harvard student that takes the fall for his roommate by being expelled, since his roommate put cocaine in his personal belongings. Matt's sister and brother-in-law Shannon Dunham (Claire Forlani) and Steve Dunham (Marc Warren) let him visit them in London. One day Shannon and Steve are going to see a Broadway show and do not know what to do with Matt. All of a sudden, Matt falls into getting to know Steve's brother Pete (Hunnam). Pete is a crazy soccer fan and all about drinking and violence. Once Matt tells Pete his story of why he got kicked out of Harvard, Pete brings Matt to every violent and drinking occasion around to prove to him what it is like to stand up for one's self.Throughout "Green Street Hooligans," Buckner wants to be ferocious with Pete and his pals. He is a mellow college kid, smart, has a bright future, but he lacks with confrontation. The setup of the film is to have Buckner evolve into someone who he has not been before, and Alexander's directing style is carefully crafted that his viewers expect something ugly, but cinematic to happen.Shannon is not a fan of Pete, but it is for the sake Matt. "Green Street Hooligans" brings some partial family issues into play with Matt, Shannon, Pete, and Steve. Steve use to be in the gang with Pete until he got married and had a kid; Pete never left the violent world he lives in; Shannon did not attend her mother's funeral once she passed away; and as for Matt, he is expelled but wants to learn how to seek revenge. "Green Street Hooligans" has these family issues as if they are the key point to why there is so much drama with everyone involved in the film.Matt and Pete's friendship evolve as gang members, but as Pete's tone becomes more courteous towards Matt, its obvious he wants Matt to be firm with his own self.Overall, "Green Street Hooligans" is a film that is exhilarating in many ways. Four stars.
Patrick M (ag) wrote: Good movie with some pretty good actors like William H. Macy, Thomas Kretschmann, and Til Schweiger the film is a pretty good world war two sub movie. There is some good suspense and action but I was expecting a little bit more. Great performances by Thomas Kretschmann, and Til Schweiger. Good movie.
Grant S (de) wrote: A good, albeit idealistic and naive, idea, very badly executed.The idea - do good things for others and the world becomes a better place - was a nice one. A touch idealistic and naive, but sentiments to live by, at least.However, everything else about the movie is ridiculously bad. The plot ends up very syrupy, manipulative and predictable. Cringeworthily trite.The characters are quite difficult to like: the irritating, whiny yet do-gooder kid (played by Haley Joel Osment), the smug, aloof, pretentious teacher (played by Kevin Spacey). The mom, played by Helen Hunt, was about the only real and believable character in the movie.The more you get into the movie, the more irritating it becomes. Having made its point early, it just seems to be marking time for the remainder of its two hours. Final straw was when the kid's father turned out to be Jon Bon Jovi... Seemed like he was only there for the audience reaction.The ending just seemed silly too, and went a long way to contradicting the central theme.Hard to like the performances, as the characters weren't that likeable. Helen Hunt was solid in her role (and looked pretty good too...). I guess Kevin Spacey did as he was directed for his performance, it was just the character was irritating. Same for Haley Joel Osment.
Zack B (ru) wrote: Another bad sequel to Major league. They try and bring back characters from the first two, but all of them are the secondary characters we don't enjoy as much. A little better than the second in part because it has a different, and semi-interesting plot. Liked the way they did it rather than just having another baseball season for the Indians. Pacing in this is horrible, and it is extremely not funny.
Nicole M (gb) wrote: A clasic horror movie coming out of the 80's.
Deacy S (mx) wrote: The idea of 'incubus' from where each soul eager to skip is quite original yet too simple. Tara Reid performs well, I must say. And the remaining cast just did it right..if that's possible to say.
Alex B (it) wrote: Charming, and disgusting. A classic tale of western imperialists in a foreign land. So, a matter of might makes right, and divide and conquer/rule. Caesar teaches Cleopatra (to rule), but then, just when it appears that Cleopatra is turning the tables and starting to teach Caesar, the proceedings are abruptly brought to an end. War may be more manly than palace/court intrigue/assassination, but it's not "better". The most disturbing act of violence by far in this film is the silent, unseen throat-slitting of Cleopatra's nurse, treated perfunctorily, made light of.
Matthew S (ag) wrote: Alan Rickman and Morgan Freeman make this worth watching.