Stephen H. Bogart narrates the rise to fame of his father, Humphrey Bogart through the use film clips, written material and interviews of friends and co-workers, emphasizing how he got to know him better. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bogart: The Untold Story
Stephen H. Bogart narrates the rise to fame of his father, Humphrey Bogart through the use film clips, written material and interviews of friends and co-workers, emphasizing how he got to know him better.
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Rangi P (fr) wrote: Trailered as something worthy of the Universal monster movie canon, but actually much worse than Del Toro/Hopkins Wofman. And... Stephen Rea was great in V for Vendetta... a shame he shows up here at all. Avoid.
Reko R (ru) wrote: Viisi erilaista ja eritasoista tarinaa. "Kanakuski" oli paras!
John R (mx) wrote: Terrance Hill. Had to see it. Glimpses of his old work but rather boring.
Molly H (de) wrote: you're kidding, right?
Andrew R (it) wrote: 25th Hour has a charismatic performance by Ed Norton with some interesting references to 911 but in the end there is no link between 911 and Month Brogan's last 24 hours in the free world. The film would have been much better without the 911 references. The characters are interesting and the story is entertaining. There is some great script writing. The film could have had a little more meaning but it did keep it realistic.
Fabio V (us) wrote: Buena pelicula de suspenso
John K (au) wrote: An odd political agenda runs through this 1981 horror / cop thriller about bizarre killings in New York City. A rich real-estate tycoon, his wife, and his driver are murder and mutilated in the Bronx and burned-out detective Dewey Wilson (played with no enthusiasm by Albert Finney) is on the case. Wolfen explores the spiritual connection between wolves and the Native American population of New York City. Edward James Olmos plays the primary native suspect for Dewey and he also supplies the bulk of movie's left-wing propaganda. The POV shots of the wolves are accompanied with a filteing effect that comes stock with most digital cameras nowadays, but in 1981 I'm sure it was expensive. Though there is a nice bloody set of kills in the openning scene, Wolfen is painfully short on meaningful action until the last 10 minutes and even then it is accompanied by a WTF kind of moment in the plot. Whether or not this movie was meant as a statement is irrelevant really. As a horror flick it's slow and rather uneventful and as a thriller it's less engaging than it should be.
Deadly V (ca) wrote: The Second Chance of a Desperate Man
Anatole B (us) wrote: Actually really enjoyed it enough to write this. Fun, light, easy going, snowboarding prince finds princess movie....good snowboarding moments.
Oj H (us) wrote: it was entertaining, considering the hoaky plots turns... it had a Baywatch feel of "everything is going to be alright" and the villain is just never gonna win. It wasn't good... but it kept my attention. I'd never watch it again, or recommend it cartoony directing, and safe tension placed throughout it... but it was fine.
Brooklyn C (ca) wrote: I actually liked it. It was very funny and so random at times. I am 50 years old and I hate most comedy movies. I caught it on cable. i am going to rent the DVD so my family could have a good laugh.