Shanker is jailed for theft and there meets with Tony, who introduces him to professional boxing, after witnessing him fight an inmate. When he gets out of jail, Shanker takes up professional boxing. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Shanker is jailed for theft and there meets with Tony, who introduces him to professional boxing, after witnessing him fight an inmate. When he gets out of jail, Shanker takes up professional boxing.
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Richard S (au) wrote: This was a pretty decent film about Brazil's elite police force, tasked with taking down both the drugs cartels and police corruption from within. It was a very gritty and sometimes brutal film, and was fairly tense throughout. On the downside, it was a little repetitive in parts, at one point I felt like I'd watched the same scene play out 3 times only with different actors each time. Hasn't quite interested me enough to catch the sequel but it was entertaining enough for a couple of hours.
John T (es) wrote: I liked it a lot. A misfit teen finds friendship in an older lonely guy...
Jameso S (au) wrote: This film opened my mind to what filmmaking can be. It is a ridiculous "dada"-like experience. My man-crush for Soderbergh reaches a sort of peak with this one. During a period of seeking identity in both my life and filmmaking, I finally watched this little gem and it blew me away. Turns out that Soderbergh was going through a similar identity phase- after making a series of studio films that were not as inspiring to him as say "Sex, Lies...". Not since watching Terry Gilliam's "Brazil" had I had such a joyous/cathartic film experience. Definitely not for everyone, but those willing to jump on board with the experience will certainly enjoy this outside of the box cinema.
Private U (ca) wrote: Interesting and different. Although all Elvis movies have to have a happy ending, this one still has you caught up in the story line.
Marie T (it) wrote: A disappointing movie. Not worth the time. Painfully boring and ridiculous in many ways.
Tim M (au) wrote: 'WHITEY: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA V. JAMES J. BULGER' is a mostly solid documentary on how corrupt the FBI and the mob were. Being that the two were working together makes it a bit scary. Having seen 'Black Mass' I felt I was pretty well informed on the subject, but there is more to learn here especially considering you have clips from Bulger via a phone call with his lawyer. It's not hard-hitting on Bulger, but it is on the FBI. It covers a lot of ground that the dramatized 'Black Mass' got wrong and neglected. It doesn't much talk about anything but the crimes. There's still a lot missing including his ability to be on the lam for almost two decades. I want to know more about this fascinating story.
Stefan G (es) wrote: This movie is basically a Fantastic Voyage for the 80's, but it's also one of those movies where all the elements are all over the place, and nothing really fits together quite right. The plot is entertainingly zany, but I think it's rather hard to follow at the beginning, though eventually, everything starts making sense. The characters aren't too bad, but at the same time, I don't really care for them. The overall style, on the other hand, though rather typical of the 80's, is actually somewhat enjoyable. Though the film may be somewhat lacking in humour, some of the zanier scenes make up for it, especially when the plot starts getting more far out.
Will W (ca) wrote: In places, 'Nice Guys' suffers from an overly convoluted and complex plot but it's very easy to forget all that and just enjoy the fantastic chemistry of this duo. Particular Ryan Reynolds' outstanding and surprising comic performance.