Brash young Spanish peasant Juan Gallardo aspires to follow his dead father's footsteps into the bullring, despite his mother's fears. He then rises meteorically to fame and fortune in the bullfight arena but his career soon takes a turn when his head is turned by an elegant temptress. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Borhan K (de) wrote: Welcome to the punch is a gritty british drama action flick with no punch line but a twist. At first i was like it is a straight forward good guy catch the bad guy film and i was just on board to watch a pointless action flick with no brains.The movie turns and really picks up in the second half.This is not a nursery rhyme no kiddies allowed.James McAvoy i am not sure what to think of but Mark Strong i don't know if he wants to be a Jason Statham kinda actor he has the grit and the rugged good looks.This is a thinking mans action flick soo if you just wanna watch pointless action this is not it it has a good story line it maybe slow but has potential.Give it a go if you want its not bad for English action flicks...
Leslie R (nl) wrote: Everyone needs to see this film. It is shocking and heartbreaking , the number of students in America that are great kids but no chance of making it to college because of our broken down system.2
Brad S (ca) wrote: A quirky movie to say the least. There's times when you love it and times when you hate it. There are certain things in the movie that are just to bizarre to let pass. For example the former math teacher turned hardware store owner who wears numbers around his neck that reflect the mood he's in - just weird. But there are times when Alba kind of saves things and you really feel for her character and want things to work out okay for her. An Invisible Sign is about a daughter who has to come to grips with the fact that her father has a mental health illness. Mona hides from the issues that surround her father illness until her mother forces her to take a job an elementary school math teacher. And then Mona starts on a journey with some grade 3 students who turn out to be just as broken as she is. The quirks in this movie are too much and I really don't think most people will really like this movie. However I do think Alba rises above the strangeness a gives a 'cute' performance as Mona.
Anna B (ag) wrote: Felt kind of generic and unremarkable until the perfect third act, which completely destroyed me.
Paige (ca) wrote: i freakin' love this movie!
Brett C (ru) wrote: Review In A Nutshell:So far in my life, I have seen one Kevin Smith film and it was Jay and Silent Bob Strikes Back, which by the way is a childhood favourite; weird right? It stuck on to me all these years, though it has been a while since I have seen it but I guarantee the next time I do get the opportunity to view it, nostalgia would hit me and diminish my ability to rationalise. I do recall seeing Jersey Girl when it came on TV but during then I did not know it was by Kevin Smith and my memory of the experience was quite vague. I did not know what to expect from Mallrats as I wasn't so sure what Smith's style was outside Jay and Silent Bob Strikes Back, well it turns out, it is practically the same. This proved to me that the man has his own distinctive style that allows him to stand out from other filmmakers.Mallrats features a simple story of two guys, who got dumped by their girlfriends, seeks refuge in a mall to solve their problems. Smith's screenplay may lack a sense of substance that would make it like a Richard Linklater film, but his storytelling and sense of humour is so entertaining that I did not care whether or not it had a purpose; kind of like watching a Quentin Tarantino film. Smith provides us with genuine manifestations from our society that other writers would have easily depicted as worthless and weak or would have simply avoided. The characters in this film felt genuine in their construction or characterisation; it provides the audience a glimpse of real lives, exclude the ending, of men and women who possesses a lack of ambition and finds solace in their hobbies; I myself, have been in a position where I lack a sense of direction and instead focus on what many considers as procrastinating as it does not contribute anything to society and selfish. I personally would not want to let go my own personal connection with film in order to satisfy others, but at the same time I would not let it consume and affect other aspects of my life. As one can already tell, I see a lot of myself in the character of Brodie. Mallrats, similar to Jay and Silent Bob Strikes Back, features a goal that does not overtake the film's atmosphere. Smith lets the film breathe by providing sequences of regular back and forth chatter that allows character development to be served slowly and in a controlled sort of way; we learn more about the characters as the film goes along but we never seem to notice it, and I think that is what makes Smith's writing so brilliant.I think one must have a distinctive taste to appreciate Mallrats as it relies heavily on its specific type of characters and diversion from the basic Hollywood narrative. All I can say with this film is to proceed with caution.
Sidharth S (ag) wrote: Thoroughly entertaining, stylized, and edge-of-the-seat engaging, Catch me if you can is the best Spielberg film to date, backed with praiseworthy performances from Dicaprio and Hanks.
Shadow L (mx) wrote: I saw this movie at a film festival. This movie is truly a classic. I also love this film because it was made by Hammer Studios
Allan C (nl) wrote: Okay little noir about Susan Hayward helping naive wide eyed sailor Paul Lukas clear his name when he's suspected of murder. It's a nicely shot little noir and has some good moments of suspense and action, but the the story seemed a bit muddled. Written by respected playwright Clifford Odets during his time slumming it as a Hollywood screenwriter, adapting a Cornell Woolrigh story. This was the lone theatrical film by director Harold Clurman, who was a respected stage director.