Blood Brothers

Blood Brothers

In this period piece set in Italy, Nicola Bellizzi dreams of becoming a lawyer. However, when he seeks the reason that people are reluctant to help him in his goals, he discovers that some of his blood relations are high-ranking members of the Mafia. He tries to break away from his family obligations, but falls into a life of crime and violence.

Set in the waning years of the Ching Dyansty, this dramatic, tragic, romantic, blood-soaked martial arts tale of betrayal and revenge explores one of the most sensational scandals in Chinese history and marked the true ascension of its director and actors to superstar status. In fact, Ti Lung won Taiwan's Golden Horse Award for Outstanding Performance as the challenging role of a jealous provincial governor who kills his friend in order to steal the man's wife.   The 11th Golden Horse Awards: Special Award for Outstanding Performance (Ti Lung) . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Aaron K (es) wrote: Maybe it doesn't compare to the book, I'll find out since I bought it after seeing the movie, but in any case I enjoyed the film.

Leonardo Malacay S (au) wrote: Que mierda es esto? Rara como ella sola pero al final termina siendo entretenido viendo ver como se matan unos a otros

Christopher S (mx) wrote: It's hard to believe at one point I paid $25.99 for this DVD. Low quality footage with bad sound quality capturing frivolous life on tour of a decent punk rock band.

Philip N (nl) wrote: Great movie about sports and personal growth. Comedic with an appropriate amount of drama. Good German film with a great cast and characters.

Nicole B (ag) wrote: This movie wasn't at all what I expected. When it came out, there was this big heady build up, and when I saw it, there was some major disappointment. Worth watching though if you are into the culture.

Johan H (gb) wrote: A really good story that plays out well... It has a bit of a Tarantino and Memento feel, but with the quirky Japanese touch. Beside the underlining anti-drinking message and the flipped out ending, it's a really good film that will keep you at the edge of the seat.

Jason B (fr) wrote: This will likely be a contentious review because, while I enjoyed My Own Private Idaho, I did not like think it was very well made. I have said it before that I am not a fan of filmed theater and the nearly Shakespearean performances really distracted me from the overall performance. Also, please note, if prostitution or homosexuality bother you then you should definitely avoid this film. I will say though that the photography was delightful and van Sant's intentions were clear. It just didn't stick the landing as well as I had hoped.

Cory T (de) wrote: Too annoying, disturbing and ultimately pretentious for its own good.

Jacob M (de) wrote: One of the most beloved dogs in film history appears for the first time in this well-known film. Lassie Come Home tells the story of a boy named Joe Carraclough (Roddy McDowall) who has a close bond with his dog Lassie. He lives with his parents (Daniel Crisp and Elsa Lanchester, yes, the bride of Frankenstein herself) in Yorkshire around the time of WWI. When the parents can't afford Lassie anymore, they sell Lassie to the Duke of Rudling (Nigel Bruce), who is very fond of dogs, and has a granddaughter (Elizabeth Taylor) who promises to care for her. After taking Lassie to Scotland, Lassie, still missing her old home, runs away and takes a long and difficult journey to find her way back home. Also in the film, Edmund Gwenn, best known for playing Santa Claus in the original Miracle on 34th Street, plays Rowlie, a handyman who helps Lassie along the way, while Dame May Whitty and Ben Webster play farmers who also take a liking to Lassie during her journey. Generally, I am a sucker to dog movies, and Lassie Come Home is one of them. The dog, Lassie, is a well-trained dog and probably has the best acting in the entire film, which is weird cause Lassie was played by a male dog, due to female dogs shedding in heat. But they disguised the gender well to make the dog acting believable, and they pulled it off well. The other casting is great as well. Roddy McDowall, while a little melodramatic at times, such as whining over losing Lassie, is pretty good as the boy, fresh off from playing the kid in How Green Was My Valley (if you haven't seen that yet, then get on it right away). The parents, played by Donald Crisp and Elsa Lanchester, well also well-cast and the scenes with Crisp and McDowall were pretty moving, which helps a lot cause they also were a father/son team in How Green Was My Valley. Elizabeth Taylor, while having a small role, is really strong here, especially considering this was her second film, and Edmund Gwenn was a nice surprise as well. Filmed in Technicolor, Lassie Comes Homes uses the color at some of its strongest, especially in the journey scenes, even though some of them get boring. The score moves us through, and when the film gets emotional, so does the score. Some of the situations Lassie gets into bored me a bit, but these scenes are brief and I was still rooting for the dog to return home. In the end, Lassie Comes Home is a wonderful doggie film, with a well-trained dog, a mostly moving story for the whole family, and some pretty good Technicolor. Recommended.

Era M (ag) wrote: De las primeras road movies y creo que de las mejores. Un guion lleno de increibles momentos y plagado de situaciones muy graciosas pero muy correctas. Que puedo decir ante un gran clasico.

Mohammed A (de) wrote: Love it, hilarious , funny

Darrin C (nl) wrote: Way overhyped. Even with the middle of the movie on fast forward it was drawn out and boring. I get what the movie is about and I happen to like sad endings at times, but anyone who works for the IRS is scum and I could never see them as a good person. Maybe if Smith played a postman I could give a better review.

Jojo H (gb) wrote: One of the best Disney movies ever (next to big hero 6 and lilo and stitch, of course).

Greg W (us) wrote: a change of pace for indy director gus van sant ('my private idaho')