Beyond the Law
Takes place over the course of one feverish night in a Manhattan police precinct and neighboring bar.
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bassam k (fr) wrote: Very good and some real nice car's also quite funny in parts
Charles P (nl) wrote: Tabu is glorious, full of sparkling, radiant images that feel like heaven on earth, even in its beautifully heart-breaking conclusion.
Garrett C (de) wrote: Badly amateurish in its production, acting, writing, direction, or all four at various points, but its still an effective story thanks to the great strength of Moore's work and the good taste in casting. The the kind of film that I really do enjoy the most. Basically entertaining while seriously challenging.
David L (br) wrote: Primer is an okay film with an impressive concept to it which is quite original and unique and it is also incredibly realistic as well, but its characters are not as well realized, the acting is subpar as is the cinematography and the movie is too smart for its own sake leading to an almost incomprehensible experience. This is the kind of movie that I definitely respect, but I'm frankly not a big fan of.
Greg W (us) wrote: The cast is wonderful and the story is commendably free of the sectarian us-versus-them tone of many romantic gay movies.
David S (ag) wrote: Completely bonkers teen-age lesbian drug/horror story - Carrie meets Memento in South Korea.
Dawn B (au) wrote: one of my fave movies of all time!
Brandon C (ru) wrote: Wow! From the synopsis here I have to see this movie.
Weul S (br) wrote: The film historian in me greatly appreciates the importance of this one, but this Micheaux cat is no D.W. Griffith.
Tyler R (es) wrote: An exceptional cast and some inventive editing can't save The Fifth Estate from being a boring portrait of an arrogant man. The film follows the rise of Wikileaks. Well, its supposed to. What we get is more of a "character study" of Julian Assange. Let me sum up his character in a word: Ass. There is nothing more to the character, no matter how hard Benedict Cumberbatch tries. And try he does, because not only does he nail the Australian accent, but he even tries to add some depth to his character, such as a scene where he reveals he is a father. Other than that, he isn't given much. The same can be said with the rest of the cast. Another positive is the inventive editing of certain scenes, particularly the office scenes. Besides those two positives, the film drowns in boredom. There aren't real stakes, so it can barely be called a thriller, so I guess we can call it a drama. Unfortunately, it isn't much of that either. It's just...dull.