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Phillip M (mx) wrote: I don't remember how much I laughed during Morris From America, but I can tell you it was a whole lot. The film's comedic touch grabs you from the first five minutes and doesn't let go. They manage to make a joke out of everything from cultural and generational gaps to moments during adolescence that are cringeworthy to watch but funny nonetheless. There are a number of lines that I can't seem to stop myself from quoting without a huge smile on my face.As much as it'll make you laugh, the film also leaves a strong message as well. If you're a father or a black man, you'll definitely relate. If you're both even moreso. If you're neither...well, you were a teen once so you'll undoubtedly be able to understand the many things that thirteen-year-old Morris Gentry (Markees Christmas) finds himself experiencing. The film delves into newness: Exploring new things culturally, trying new angles of parenting, standing out instead of fitting in. Morris From America gives you plenty to ponder.These messages wouldn't have been nearly as powerful had it not been for strong performances by Christmas and Craig Robinson who plays Morris' father Curtis Gentry. Their chemistry is strong in their scenes together and there were times I thought they were actually related. The depiction of father-and-son in this film is a welcome change from the norm. Curtis is an extremely laid-back dad, the type of father that will let you touch the stove intstead of telling you it's hot. He allows Morris to make mistake after mistake with the occasional nudge in the right direction. Christmas and Robinson are both given the task of displaying a range of emotions and they answered the call.In case you're wondering what the movie itself is actually about, Curtis and Morris move to Germany after Curtis is offered a job. Knowing only a slight amount of German, Morris has to hold his own in a city where he is already perceived as different. Morris From America gives you a glimpse into a strong father-son relationship as well as what it means to be black in society. Definitely one of my favorite movies this year so far. I give it a 94.
Charlie P (gb) wrote: Lurid sex and violence and rather random as a whole, a teen holiday gone truly wrong. Over the top in it's entirety, liked the ending though.
Chris N (ru) wrote: One of the worst movies ever made.
Bruce B (us) wrote: Excellent Film with Sean Bean making the most of his tough guy image. Sean Harris also adds well as the semi psycho whose ending is interesting. A international host of stars in this one of which this movie did not show well in the US, only to our lose. Film is about a group of people who are wronged by the lawless system of England or just wronged by teenage gangs. So they take law in there own hands, which makes for a 5 star movie.
Emily D (fr) wrote: Blah blah Michelle Rodriguez is awesome until underhand Hollywood sexism gets her killed and the movie goes back to sucking. Watch it if you like chicks being bad ass but otherwise don't bother and you can turn the movie off after Michelle Rodriguez kicks it
Eugene B (au) wrote: It's dull in plot and flat in performance, but You Got Served's undeniably talented choreography and energetic dance numbers is just enough to shroud the plentiful missteps the film took. 3.5/5
Johnny B (jp) wrote: This film is brilliant. The character depth, and philosophical/religious metaphors are amazing.
Brody M (ag) wrote: I really enjoyed this movie
Randy Y (au) wrote: Has a decent concept, and some big budget action scenes, but really struggles to commit how far to wade into the spiritual/magical. In the end it just gets really awkward as Arnold battles possessed people and a dragon like creature.
CJ C (es) wrote: Very cute, but very tame Halloween flick for kids (very young kids.) Watch with MR. BOOGEDY for a night of harmless scares.
Li N (fr) wrote: Disturbing....but Alan Rickman had an amazing sensual role, even though he did play a very bad guy. Props to Madeleine Stowe as well, excellent acting! I love thescene where Alan's character was eating the tomato lol, so hot
Paul S (jp) wrote: nore vd shit............
David F (es) wrote: There's so much in this movie: a kidnapping plot, a tense ransom payment, an intense criminal investigation. It starts high above the slums in a wealthy shoe company executive's ultra-modern home, lingers awhile, then ends up down on death row. In between there's suspense, social commentary, and allegory. Works as a thriller and as an x-ray of post-war Japanese society. Gondo, the shoe company executive, is brilliantly depicted as a man whose sole focus in life has been shoes-their design, marketing, and manufacture. The pride he takes in his knowledge of shoes is astounding.
Soham S (mx) wrote: The best hollywood movie of all time. Brilliant acting, screenplay & well written.
Jonathan C (de) wrote: A very well made film that unfortunately becomes a bit repetitive and overlong with an ending that felt too abrupt. Some of the shots here are pretty amazing and is worth seeing despite the faults.