Beyond The Lights
Noni Jean is a hot new rising star. But not all is what it seems, and the pressure causes Noni to nearly fall apart - until she meets Kaz Nicol, a promising young cop and aspiring politician who's been assigned to her detail. Can Kaz's love give Noni the courage to find her own voice and break free to become the artist she was meant to be?
The story of Noni Jean, a hot new award-winning artist who is primed for superstardom. But not all is what it seems,and the pressures cause Noni to nearly fall apart - until she meets Kaz Nicol, a promising young cop and aspiring politician who';s been assigned to her detail. Drawn to each other, Noni and Kaz fall fast and hard, despite the protests of those around them to put their career ambitions ahead of their romance. But can Kaz';s love give Noni the courage to find her own voice and break free to become the artist she was meant to be? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ru) wrote: really superbb movie... my vijay alway awesome...:)
(nl) wrote: Surprisingly well-rounded and polished, this movie (or pair of movies) stands out as a relative gem among the Pokmon movies.It does justice to the main themes of the Black/White era of Pokmon (Generation 5) - exploring the moral grey areas that had yet to be explicitly addressed by the franchise. Much like the games led the player to confront the seeming enslavement of Pokmon, the movie confronts the tensions between high-thinking idealism and day-to-day practicality.It's unfortunate this is so "late", now at number 14 of the long line of sequels; early fans would have been served well if this were Generation 2 rather than Generation 5.As always, the movies tend to require some familiarity with at least the anime, and preferably the games as well.The ending does tend to return to the more mundane simplistic roots, but it is forgivable after this movie finally delivers a few more shades of gray to the more mature fans.
(au) wrote: Sometimes I have really hard time understanding British humor and "Sightseers" has exactly the kind of dark British humor that I find unfunny. It's probably a cultural thing. I wouldn't say it is laugh-out-loud funny, although there are certainly some funny moments in it. It is an interesting blend of comedy and horror, and the fact that they managed to make it balanced as it is is something to admire about. The performances are solid and the editing is great as well. My main problem with the film is that I didn't like the two lead characters at all; I thought they were selfish, unlikable, and utterly despicable that it made me hard to relate to their love story. Having seen Wheatley's "High-Rise" beforehand, I expected that this film would be also unpleasant and disturbing at times, and it really was often uncomfortable to watch. There are good things in it, but I can't imagine myself watching it again. It's just not my cup of tea.
(es) wrote: BAD MOVIE! Such a pity, there are several ways you could have approached this, this would have to be the worst.
(jp) wrote: Jailhouse features intermittent chills. Those chills though quite frightening though, no matter how much there are, but what I don't get is... the film pans mostly.
(nl) wrote: todavia no me he podido calmar :(
(de) wrote: One of Svankmajer's most polished and consistent pieces. Bizarre and insightful. This is a story that almost demands to be told by this filmmaker.
(au) wrote: I honestly thought this was going to suck, but nevertheless I popped it into my DVD-Player and was pleasantly surprised. HEAD CHEERLEADER, DEAD CHEERLEADER has some pretty nifty gore scenes and an interesting plot sprinkled with incredibly stupid characters. This isn't necessarily a good movie, but it fits the B-Movie profile rather well. I recommend seeing this film if you can appreciate a campy low-budget B-Movie.
(au) wrote: After stealing an 86-carat (17.2 g) diamond in a heist in Antwerp, Franky "Four-Fingers" (Benicio del Toro) goes to London to see diamond dealer Doug "The Head" (Mike Reid) on behalf of New York jeweler Abraham "Cousin Avi" Denovitz (Dennis Farina). One of the other robbers advises Franky to obtain a gun from ex-KGB agent Boris "The Blade" Yurinov (Rade erbedija). Unbeknownst to Franky, Boris and the robber are brothers and plan to steal the diamond from him before he can turn it over to Doug. Meanwhile, boxing promoter and slot machine shop owner Turkish (Jason Statham) convinces gangster "Brick Top" (Alan Ford) to put boxer "Gorgeous George" in a matchup against one of Brick Top's boxers. However, when Turkish sends his partner Tommy (Stephen Graham) and Gorgeous George to purchase a caravan from a group of Irish Travellers, George gets into a fight with Mickey O'Neil (Brad Pitt), a bare-knuckle boxing champion who badly injures George. Turkish convinces Mickey to replace George in his upcoming match by agreeing to purchase a new caravan for Mickey's mother. Brick Top agrees to the change on the condition that Mickey throws the fight in the fourth round. Boris gives Franky a revolver in exchange for a favour: Franky is to place a bet on Boris' behalf at Brick Top's bookies. Avi, knowing Franky has a gambling problem, flies to London with his bodyguard "Rosebud" to claim the diamond personally. Boris hires Vinny (Robbie Gee) and Sol (Lennie James), two small-time crooks, to rob Franky while he is at the bookies. The robbery goes awry and Sol, Vinny, and their driver Tyrone are caught on-camera, but manage to kidnap Franky.Instead of throwing the fight, Mickey knocks his opponent out with a single punch. Infuriated, Brick Top robs Turkish of his savings and demands that Mickey fight again, and lose this time. Meanwhile, Boris retrieves the diamond and murders Franky with a pistol. Brick Top tracks down Sol, Vinny, Tyrone, and their friend, Yardie "Bad Boy" Lincoln and plans on killing them for robbing his bookies. Sol bargains for their lives by promising Brick Top the stolen diamond, and is given 48 hours to retrieve it. Avi and Doug hire "Bullet-Tooth" Tony (Vinnie Jones) to help them find Franky. Things go from bad to worse and the plot thickens while the bunch of rag tag characters cross each other with violent results... Guy Ritchies "Snatch" was largely successful, both in critical response and financial gross, and has gone on to develop a devoted cult following. "Snatch" also appears on Empire magazine's 2008 poll of the 500 greatest movies of all time at number 466. While the film received mostly positive reviews, several reviewers commented negatively on perceived similarities in plot, character, setting, theme and style between "Snatch" and Ritchie's previous work, "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels". In his review, Roger Ebert, who gave the film two out of four stars, raised the question of "What am I to say of 'Snatch', Ritchie's new film, which follows the 'Lock, Stock' formula so slavishly it could be like a new arrangement of the same song?", and writing in the New York Times Elvis Mitchell commented that "Mr. Ritchie seems to be stepping backward when he should be moving ahead". Critics also argued that the movie was lacking in depth and substance; many reviewers appeared to agree with Ebert's comment that "the movie is not boring, but it doesn't build and it doesn't arrive anywhere". Movie Room Reviews gave the movie four stars and said "there is no movie quite like it". Yes, you can only agree to the fact that Guy Ritchie followed slavishly his crime comedy formula created with "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels" but I dont see the big issue here. The formula worked in "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels" as in "Snatch" and as well in "Rock N Rolla". The dialogue is funny and rememberable, the story is filled with well known actors and strange characters (gotta love Brad Pitts Mickey O'Neil), the simple plotline is enriched with so many great situations and scenes, theres plenty of great visual solutions and set ups and the soundtrack adds so much to the film. Yes, it a bit messy in the direction, theres a bit too many characters, its very stereotypical and the story is more or less written in three lines. But, Ritchie manages to piece together the one-liners, sarcastic jokes, humour, twists and strange character's & events to something that is entertaining no matter what. "Snatch" is stylish, fast paced and has an interesting take on the crime comedy genre. Trivia: The role of Brick Top was originally offered to Sean Connery. Connery liked the script and was curious to see "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels" (1998), so producer Matthew Vaughn hastily arranged a screening for him at extreme short notice. Connery duly turned up and watched the film, before emerging with his judgment: "That is a good film", he said, "and (in a stage whisper) you're not going to be able to afford me."
(mx) wrote: mean ther all soo mean!!!
(kr) wrote: Wow, this was definitely different in a good way, pretty wicked.
(gb) wrote: I liked it. Original & was the platform of hip hop movies. The guest appearances were dope too.
(br) wrote: Anybody who's seen this will tell you that this is definitely one of Brando's most under-rated performances. This sweeping, naturalistic period war drama/epic makes almost all others feel like a pretense; yet another film that by the end made me wonder why I hadn't heard of it prior.
(jp) wrote: Over-the-top European violent chase comedy, if a triple amputee having a fight with a lethal Mary Poppins-like assassin is your idea of fun this is your movie. Bring the popcorn. A senator accidentally kills a prostitute in Eastern Europe and a hooker who is a mother with a heart of gold escapes the slaughter of witnesses and steals the car and cell phone of two Americans. The two decide to start a detective agency. First case - tracking her down before the assassins.
(fr) wrote: Such a ginormous plot hole that nobody seems to pick up on![SPOILERS - SORT OF]They land on the moon, do some tests, a solar flare hits and they lose comms on the main module WHICH IS NOT ON THE MOON. They somehow space walk from the moon(?) to repair the comms and then are back on the moon again after this part is over??? What the hell is going on?Apart from this and other typical Hollywood type mistakes it was an OK film.
(fr) wrote: Uninspiring. It seems as if this film was produced by the child marketing board, as it preaches that marital happiness can only be achieved with a live child in the home.
(br) wrote: All military subtext aside, this movie is well conceived and executed. I love the walking in the minefield sequence with Richard Baseheart. Good stuff. Apparently there's a cameo by a young James Dean, but I didn't catch it.
(mx) wrote: Great movie from the minds at RoosterTeeth.