Bobby G. lives life on the edge in this real, raw New York street drama. Bobby is a small-time coke dealer, always on the hustle but rarely successful. He lives in Hell's Kitchen with his Puerto Rican girlfriend Lucy, who makes ends meet as a prostitute. A typical day finds Bobby selling $20 bags to neighborhood locals and passing cars. A yuppie kid looking to score a kilo of coke approaches him to broker a deal and Bobby sees the opportunity of a lifetime to make some real money. His rough days may just be over. With the tidy profit he could even leave the business. Playing out of his league, Bobby arranges to get the kilo from Astro, a fearsome, high-level drug dealer. Though Lucy announces that she's decided to go back to Puerto Rico and pleads with him to make a fresh start too, Bobby is sticking to his deal and isn't going anywhere now, convinced he'll be 'livin' large in a matter a' days...
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Jerico T (nl) wrote: The story's way too over but it really has a nice way of scaring you, creepy pale techno people appearing in an instant.
Jerico T (ru) wrote: cool gore. cool twist. cool story. this is what Thai horror is about.
Diana W (it) wrote: love it! michelle pfeiffer is magnificent!
Conrad S (de) wrote: A strong action movie, a decent crime thriller and my personal favourite of the trilogy. This is probably the strongest origin story ever told on film, by genuinely justifying every action the character makes, and making it seem fresh and new. The first 30 minutes are wonderful, presenting beautiful cinematography and sets, and an interesting Bruce Wayne. Being a fan of the original Batman comics, I've always been disappointed with Bruce Wayne in film. This and the animated series were the only ones to capture the loneliness, dependence and denial that Bruce goes through. I understand that many were disappointed with the Batman part of Batman Begins, but really don't see the issue. Yes, there is a drop in quality when reaching the third act, but at least I can understand the logistics of what's going on, unlike the next two films. My personal favourite Batman villain is scarecrow, and I loved the way they worked the philosophy of fear into the plot. While Ras Al G'hul may not be as memorable, he is well portrayed by Liam Neeson, and his intentions genuinely make sense. This truly was the beginning of the new Batman.
Brian B (us) wrote: I used to seriously enjoy Yahoo Serious movies. Then I grew up. They just don't have the same humor for me anymore.
Jonathan P (fr) wrote: One of the truly great un-recognized classic "Spielbergian" adventure horrors of the 80s
Brett S (fr) wrote: Recommended by a good friend, another Dudley Moore film slips into my Top 40. A heart warming reminder that the ultimate best isn't always what you're looking for. Now where can I get some corn-row braids done?
Dano S (it) wrote: Good movie but doesn't feel finished.
Terry G (ca) wrote: See this movie immediately if you like to laugh because you won't be able to help it! Funny, funny, funny!
Leigh C (it) wrote: Wellington looks so good on the big screen - especially at The Embassy. I struggled with the story a little - cos all the women looked the same?! Some classic Tom Scott & co lines. And of course the most compassionate, open minded, best buddy who-will-stick-by-you character in the film was the journalist. How true to life is that?!