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Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band: Live in New York City
Live From New York City is the chronicle of Bruce Springsteen's first tour with The E Street Band in over a decade. A full-on rock revival packed with hits and fan favorites, Live From New ...
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Manu G (it) wrote: More than what I expected and I didn't expect much. The movie has a decent story and keeps a certain timeline and relation with the other Sniper movies with Tom Berenger. Not much acting though but some good old action you can't deny. Get to the Shoppa! Boom head shot!!!While working with the UN Forces in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Marine Sgt. Brandon Beckett (Chad Michael Collins), son of renowned sniper Thomas Beckett, receives orders to rescue a European farmer trapped in the middle of hostile rebel territory. When he and his men arrive at the farm, a mysterious sniper ambushes them, wounding Beckett and killing everyone else. With the help of his fathers former protg, sniper instructor Richard Miller (Billy Zane), Beckett must learn to think like a sniper to track down the assassin before the sniper returns to finish the job. On top of this he must also track down the one who is giving the orders and reveal a conspiracy.
Matt C (es) wrote: Clearly a horrendous story but you feel it probably worked better when covered in the newspapers than as a film. The tone is almost excessively restrained and as a result never quite draws you in. It's one of those films that Mums will love though!
Marty H (br) wrote: An original film tackling the complexities of a 15 year old hermaphrodite and her family in Uruguay. Intense drama, fantastic acting. Nearly every one of the characters introduced were studied and revealed in the end with a magnificent touch from Director Puenzo. Sometimes a movie's plot has many, some, or just one really dramatic twist and turn, sometimes a film traces the lives of its characters and packs its punch with a complete character study. As you got to know the characters and understand their motives in XXY, the plot followed with its own twists. I enjoyed the movie, a little disturbing at times with a few extreme scenarios but life is extreme sometimes. And sometimes its best not to ignore, write off, or emasculate something that you don't understand.
James K (nl) wrote: hum i never rated this? was a good flick saw it on logo a few years back late at night. the story is a bit flaky at spots but over all was an enjoyable funny flick.
Gary V (ag) wrote: This movie is absolutely HORRIBLE. Outside of Dania Ramirez and a couple of hot hoes, there's not much that is worth anything in this movie.
Boris M (it) wrote: Based on book by Ted Dekker. Loved the movie. If you can watch the movie and read the book after - I recomend doing it.
Erin C (fr) wrote: A lot like Carrie. The acting wasn't the best, but it wasn't bad overall.
Dean H (gb) wrote: Some good Python stuff in here but a lot of it is just stuff from the 'Fkying Circus' series that advid fans will have seen a number of times before. Some of the stuff is classic while some is now rather outdated. None the less the talent of these guys really shows through. Some really funny stuff mixed in here and a show that made you wish you were there and that Python were still maing movies and touring like this.
hannah m (ru) wrote: i just love this film about bruce lee's life! And Jason Scott Le is just HOT!
Kashan P (it) wrote: Loaded with killer musical numbers and aesthetically pleasing individuals, Grease unfortunately alienates its potential in favour of thoroughly unlikable characters, humdrum acting (aside from Olivia Newton-John's literal "peaked in high-school" performance) and satisfaction with exclusively superficial entertainment, whether or not it was aiming for more.
Matt B (jp) wrote: Paul Schneider wonderfully plays the role of a guy who lives life without really investing in it, happily - innocently - not expecting much, but not giving much. When his divorce takes away his life's context, he reaches out for physical connections, but while he's invigorated by lots of new-found attention from women, still doesn't actually invest much of himself in them - or in himself. The attention he receives eventually bring him to giving himself some more attention, and give him a certain confidence, a voice, that he begins to use - first to his ex-wife, and then to a long lost childhood love. Confronted by a choice between chucking reality - which would, maybe ironically, only continue his lack of investment in life - for an escape to Costa Rica with his summer camp girlfriend of 20 years ago, and finding his life as it is, where it is, he gathers himself in the closing scene to investing in his daughter, and for the first time in the movie, looks directly and deeply at her as they play together in the backyard garden he has built for her. Truly enjoyed this film; the arc of Otto's "transformation" is low and slow, just like it is in most of our lives, and its resolution comes gently/sweetly in only the final scene, leaving the rest of the story up to Otto. See this/rent this/enjoy this!
Sandra D (it) wrote: "They Came. They Saw. They Wanna Go Back."This movie is hilarious. I haven't seen the original movie but I really liked this one, mostly because of Jean Reno and Christina Applegate. The storyline is great and many scenes are absolutely hilarious. I can imagine why people dislike this movie because it is not supposed to be taken quite seriously, it is indeed very silly. I will always love movies about time travel.
Allan C (es) wrote: Jean-Claude Van Damme's biggest Hollywood film shows that he may have been able to reach Arnold or Sly levels of fame if he hadn't thrown it down the drain with drugs. The film was directed by A-list director Peter Hyams, who I always was impressed that he doubled as his own cinematographer long before Robert Rodriguez came along (though Rodriguez is quite impressively writer/director/editor/photographer/composer/producer on most all of his films). Sam Raimi and Robert G. Tapert also served on the film as producers, so you know you've got a quality production that's far above most anything else JCVD has ever appeared in. Beside the films behind-the-scene credentials, it's a pretty nifty story about JCVD as a Timecop who polices the past to make sure no time travelers go back in time and create ripples that will change history. Ferris Buller's girlfriend Mia Sara plays JCVD's wife and Ron Silver plays the film's villain. You also get Bruce McGill in a supporting role and good Mark Isham score. This is Jean-Claude's slickest film, though I think I still like "Maximum Risk" best and also have a soft sport "Hard Target" and "Double Team". Those probably aren't better films than "Timecop" but I just really like them.
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