Before his compulsory retirement, on his last day of work, Marshall, JFK airport's chief Immigration officer, detains a group of Latin Americans and expose them to a series of humiliating ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Before his compulsory retirement, on his last day of work, Marshall, JFK airport's chief Immigration officer, detains a group of Latin Americans and expose them to a series of humiliating ...
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Kris W (us) wrote: I loved the cast in this... its too bad the movie sucked. a lot.
Jason B (gb) wrote: Too bad the scary parts didn't redeem it in my mind from how boring it was and really immature the students were.
Anthony I (ca) wrote: By 2003, I had given up on watching Rugrats. So, needless to say, I never really had much interest in this one. I still saw it, and there are no excuses for how bad it is. It's godawful. This should've been a one-off special on Nickelodeon, even though it probably would have sucked on there too. I'll never understand the reason why Bruce Willis played Spike the Dog. I'll never look at Butch Coolidge the same again.
Kenneth W (au) wrote: This movie has warped my fragile little mind.
Daniel T (gb) wrote: Hansel and Gretel retold for the S&M lot. A little disturbing but nevertheless quite entertaining. And a young Jeremie Renier!
James L (ru) wrote: This films method for reaching a moral is rather outrageous; but it definitely strikes a chord with its heavy dramatization about a very real issue in the Urban Teaching environment. 3 stars
Hobie P (kr) wrote: There should have been revenge on that low-life son of a bitch!! Other than the farrly disappointing ending it was a decent film about child abuse.
Charlie G (ag) wrote: Plenty of action. I can see why Jackie became popular with this movie with extreme acrobatics that's Jackie Chan.
Kiki P (br) wrote: I have no idea why everyone is hating on this movie. It's a campy 90s good time, it's funny, it's vintage Lauryn Hill doing her thing--like honestly what else do you want out of an afternoon.
Paul Z (de) wrote: Bille August's passionately directed epic, set in Denmark at the beginning of the twentieth century, uses its beginning, a humbling of our protagonists' dreams, in an interesting way. Through the seasons that follow during a long year on a hellish farm, the very young title character's decrepit old father's idealistic vision malleates and stays stubbornly alive inside him, even though life seems stacked to punish him for his hope of a better life.Life on the farm is defined by the land, the seasons, and the personalities of the people who live there. The owners, the Kongstrups, only sporadically appear. They live in a big manor house far removed, angled at a position of power from the barns, stables and farm buildings, and Mrs. Kongstrup spends her agonizing days drinking while her despicably proud husband chases tail, with no shame, not even about the one hapless wench who appears at his front door time and again with their illegitimate child. In the laborers' quarters, life is the bullying of the manager, who ascertains weaknesses in his farm hands and feels only inclined to exploit them. Modeling himself after him is the insecure trainee, a bully compensating atop his high horse who feels particularly fulfilled in tormenting Pelle.Pelle is played by an impressive young boy, but the film's real star is Max von Sydow, that masculine brick house of vitality and frankness, who rivals Brando in the natural practice of never resonating a trace of visible acting, of not appearing to be, not acting, but being absolute and guileless even in complex and heavy-handed scenes. Von Sydow's work in the film has been honored with an Academy Award nomination for best actor, well deserved, particularly after a distinguished career in which he stood at the center of many of Ingmar Bergman's greatest films. But there is not a bad performance in the movie, and the young actor, Pelle Hvenegaard, is quite convincing, having been literally born to play this part, as in real life he was named after the character in the original novel. When another actor calls to you while the cameras are rolling, and your real name is not your character's, that is a basic and obvious psychological obstacle. When that actor calls your real name in the same circumstance, it is a gift.The film is an absorbing entertainment because it is a richness of events. There are scenes of punishingly taxing toil in the fields and the stables, under the eye of the Manager. Invigorating friction between the Manager and a defiantly free-spirited worker. The chicanery in the mansion, where Mrs. Kongstrup wrests a distinctly caustic revenge on her psychologically abusive philanderer of a husband. The heartbreak of a farm worker, who has fallen in love above her class. Most of all, for me, there are so many great movies that give us heart-swelling mother-child relationships, and here is a tear-gushing father-child one.
Lucas N (jp) wrote: The movie is a brilliant child of the eighties movie style, with a dash of surf and nazi's mixed in with it. Though the premise is incredible, the main plot is one of the least interesting things they could have focused in on. While you have an interesting conflict between the neo nazi's and the other gangs in the area, the screenwriters decided to pay no attention to that, but instead draw your attention to a mother avenging her child's death. While that does sound incredible, her character doesn't do much and the whole plotline falls flat. I was just about to complain about how there is absolutely no plot devolopment, but in a movie about Surfing Nazi's and the matter of them dying, who cares about plot.
Miles K (ag) wrote: Great design, okay plot. But script and direction are incoherent and confusing. It is still somewhat entertaining though. Heh.
Tim R (fr) wrote: A tense and funny action packed remake with a lot to offer!
Tasos L (ca) wrote: They don't make them like this anymore...Movies that approach perfection..!