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Rida S (de) wrote: Brilliant. Hilarious, all the way !
Daniel P (au) wrote: A disembodied voice sporadically interrupts what could hardly be described as 'action' to interview the key characters, which doesn't help to make this strangely unengaging docudrama about a youthful drug overdose victim in suburban Baltimore any more palatable than it might otherwise have been.
Kyle M (mx) wrote: Ah, really not even sure
Jason G (kr) wrote: A tragedy in too many parts.
Emelie L (au) wrote: It's silly but for some reason (I don't know why) I liked it and it was kinda cute
Paul D (kr) wrote: Moody period gangster film. It's a good job and Bruce Willis still commands authority as a tough-guy hero in this one.
gary t (br) wrote: well umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch.......its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie.......i think that rae dawn chong, elias koteas, andrew airlie, greg rogers, danny aiello, babs chula, nina siemaszko, liduina vandersppek, hagan beggs play good roles/parts throughout this movie................i think that rae dawn chong/andrew airlie/danny aiello were great throguhout this movie........i think that the director of this thriller/drama movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie i think that this is a really powerful drama movie 2 watch its got a great cast throughout this movie n its such a powerful drama movie 2 watch n its a good thriller movie 2 watch
Michael V (kr) wrote: A pretty damn good rock n roll movie that feels like a VH1 Behind the Music of a fictional band that was ahead of it's time. There are some good numbers that will set toes tapping and hands clapping while Eddie belts out lyrics such as "On the Dark Side" of "Betty-Lou's Got a New Pair of Shoes". But as a bonus and for those not so interested in the beat, the writers have thrown in some drama with a touch of mystery. It took me awhile to get into it, but once I did, I loved it more with each viewing. The underlying premise of the film, that there was, indeed, a definitive crossover point between the innocent early rock and roll music of the 1950's and the deeper coming of age sounds of the mid to late sixties is quite real. And the charismatic title character Eddie has sensed this change in the wind, but is unable to convey his vision to those around him. Every musical artist worth their weight in songs will always live on in their music. You'll always find a piece of their soul in there.
Matthew J (ag) wrote: "Hopscotch" is a terrifically amusing film with a terrific performance by Walter Matthau.
Ola G (br) wrote: The moonshine runner Gator McKlusky (Burt Reynolds) is back in the Glades, taking care of his daughter after his prison sentence. The government official Irving Greenfield (Jack Weston) is on the trail of Gator and eventually he catches him. Greenfield forces Gator to help him get evidence against Gators old friend, Bama McCall (Jerry Reed), an organized crime kingpin with no scruples. During Gators investigations, he finds all sorts of seedy things, but he finds as well true attraction to the local news reporter, Aggie Maybank (Lauren Hutton). I saw the first Gator movie "White Lightning" last year, and I was not that impressed, despite the fact that Burt Reynolds is one of my old favourite actors. But, I think that "Gator" is even less impressive. This is a mish mash of action, comedy, love and drama coming from a script with holes bigger than a swiss cheese. I think that Mr. Reynolds took upon himself a tad bit much when he directed this movie as well. His first I believe. And it is quite clear that he was a rookie as a director at this point, compared to later on when he was doing a great job with for example "Sharkys Machine". Strange angles, weird handheld shots and ugly close ups plus some very so so acting in general. "Gator" is just a mess and not that entertaining. Ok, Reynolds is never really bad, Jerry Reed was for sure an interesting character (I did not know about his true career as a musician until now, and I must say wow!) and I have always felt that Lauren Hutton has something special. But, this trio can not really save 'Gator". My biggest satisfaction from this movie was Jerry Reeds title song "Gator". Just bloody brilliant!!!
Lee M (kr) wrote: Honest and touching, Martin Ritt's Oscar-nominated Sounder, a Depression-era saga, does proud the American family and the American family movie genre.
Kevin R (kr) wrote: You too can be beautiful and sexually desirable like me.Mob boss, God, calls an old associate, Tony Banks, to execute a hit on mobster Blue Chips Packard. To execute this mission, Tony will have to go to jail and infiltrate Blue Chips maximum security cell. Tony recruits the aid of a hippie scientist to find a way into maximum security. Meanwhile, God uses the hippie lifestyle to lure Tony's daughter into a trap to ensure her dad executes the plan. "I bet you're a good dancer.""I'm a good everything.""Prove it."Otto Preminger, director of Laura, Anatomy of Murder, Exodus, Where the Sidewalk Ends, Angel Face, and A Royal Scandal, delivers Skidoo. The storyline for this picture is fairly terrible and reminded me of something Jerry Lewis would be in. The comedic content was disappointing and even the acting was below par despite having a solid cast. The cast includes Jackie Gleason, Carol Channing, Frankie Avalon, Cesar Romero, Burgess Meredith, Mickey Rooney, and George Raft."You're cute.""I know."Skidoo is a movie I DVR'd because it was directed by one of my all time favorite directors, Otto Preminger. This is a very eccentric movie that was obviously made to support smoking weed and living a free lifestyle, like the hippies; unfortunately, the film was disappointing, bland, and ridiculous. This is easily the worst Preminger movie I have ever seen."What does God want with him after all these years?"Grade: F
Troy K (br) wrote: Cheesy, but watchable. I thought I had it all figured out, but it was even simpler than I had thought.
Ilja S (br) wrote: I really enjoy this movie, and it is amazing how well they handled the difficult source material. It has some plot holes, but it is still one of Marvels most entertaining movies, and one where you actually care about both the heroes and (omg) the villain. The characters are complex, and truly got some development (unlike more recent MCU movies).