Based on the true life experiences of poet Jimmy Santiago Baca, the film focuses on half-brothers Paco and Cruz, and their bi-racial cousin Miklo. It opens in 1972, as the three are members... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Blood In, Blood Out
Based on the true life experiences of poet Jimmy Santiago Baca, the film focuses on half-brothers Paco and Cruz, and their bi-racial cousin Miklo. It opens in 1972, as the three are members...
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Row C (ca) wrote: A Field in England (2013)Directed by Ben Wheatley.An assortment of men leave a battlefield and head towards a rumored ale house in 17th-century England. On the way, they cross through farmland and have strange, hallucinogenic encounters. Cody: I wasn't expecting dry Shakespeare. The trippy trailer I saw in theatres seemed to promise me something different - and something I was looking forward to. But, I'll be honest, this field in England? It was pretty empty. I guess I thought it would be more noticeable when everyone was tripping on mushrooms - but even those parts seemed to meander and I kept wondering - are they high yet? I wasn't high. Maybe that was the problem?Laura: I agree that I was anticipating something different and, honestly, I was a bit let down that this wasn't trippy-er. The film had a seizure warning right at the beginning and I truly wanted more seizure-inducing moments - those were my favorite parts! But the biggest problem for me was that I had no idea what was going on in the film. I could hardly understand the old English accents and I just didn't get the strange storyline.Cody: Yeah. For me, it was hard to get into this film and hard to follow because of the minimal character development in the setup - so I really didn't have much empathy for any of the characters and they were just wandering, greasy dudes. Laura: I agree! I couldn't tell some of the characters apart for the first 2/3rds of the film. I will say that when I did get to know the characters, I enjoyed them all a lot - but that was only about the last half hour of the film.Cody: For a film with just five main characters and a minimal budget, A Field in England did not feel small to me. The dusty costume design and unkempt makeup really sold me on the era. To me, this just one of those cult films for people who like those old one-act plays. I've heard a lot of people say they think it's very funny - but, to me, it was just boring and didn't meet the hype. I can't help wondering if people are just saying they like this film because they like the Alamo Drafthouse's Tim League and because Drafthouse Films usually picks up great releases.Laura: I would forgive this film for being a little boring, confusing and for not meeting the standards set by the trailer if it were beautiful - but I didn't think it was. I was not impressed by the cinematography - save a few wide shots and a string of extreme close-ups. It also just felt, in general, low-budget to me in a not good way. I'm half tempted to re-watch this film just to see if I could get a better understanding of it - but I don't think I could actually sit through it again.A Field in England (2013) is available on Netflix and Amazon Prime
Jack P (de) wrote: At the end of this tedious, boring, chore of a film to watch, I found myself with a confused look on my face thinking "What did I just watch?" And "Why does this even exist?". I would recommend this movie to anybody who has trouble falling asleep because this shit is like an overdose of NyQuil on a screen.
Mike B (kr) wrote: It's World War II. The Nazis are evil. And this Jewish housewife is... bored because her husband won't let her go outside. Somehow I expected more.
David B (nl) wrote: I was expecting the same old thing with this British horror, and in a way it was. But for me it was a refreshing take on a well worn story. A young man decides to take his girlfriend to Lake Eden, where he plans to propose to her. The acting was generally good, although one or two scenes were slightly exaggerated IMO. But this horror thriller, also has an underlying tale about peer pressure, and another about parental responsibility. It's not for the faint hearted, but kept us enthralled throughout.
Eileen M (jp) wrote: I love both the style and restraint. There is a bit of careless plotting here, but it's hard to fault something this entertaining.
Courtney K (de) wrote: awesome movie. it's not every day you see a kick ass knife fight like the one in this film. guns and fists are overrated ;)
Moona S (fr) wrote: Aww what a cute movie, I really liked the title song!
Jacob E (br) wrote: The acting is simply laughable all around the board starting with Rob Schneider. the action is mediocre at Best. If you want a good Judge Dredd film check out the 2012 film, Dredd. better than this in every facet of the word.
Danny L (ru) wrote: A fun and exciting movie that captured me as a child, and still does to this day. The second improves the fun of the first film as it has an awesome music track and takes them to Japan. The fighting is fun as always and the jokes are decent. A great movie to watch with or without young children.
Lauri M (jp) wrote: Worth seeing for young Jack Nicholson, otherwise a rather ordinary war movie.
Peter C (it) wrote: radioactive dogs, creepy rhymes, fred macmurray, and a crazy mother wields a bullwhip. trip over yourself to see this one; it gives 'arsenic and old lace' a run for it's money. pretty great!
Chris G (au) wrote: Tremendous potential to revive the "stranded amongst things that go bump in the night" genre is eviscerated by the film's cliched, tired and implausible 2nd half.
Johnny T (au) wrote: The end fight was great