A group of friends go through a series of horrifying events. A suicide that occurred two years earlier is revealed.
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Wendy D (br) wrote: The plot centers on a college female a cappella music group called "The Barden Bellas" which has to compete against another groups from different schools to enter and win the nationals. The story turns out to be extravagant, entertaining, crazy and fun. It is not like the typical easy jokes among college that focus on naked people, or sex. Within the central story there is not surprise, everything is as the viewer imagines, everything is predictable, anyone can imagine what will happen at the end without any doubt. However, the interesting bet on Jason Moore is the easiness with which he presents his characters and his little dilemmas: not only get into college and making new friends is difficult, but above all, strive to excel in a world increasingly hostile and competitive, which is, after all, and grow.
Chris P (fr) wrote: This is so inspiring. A documentary that captures the rawness of b-boying and how it evolved through the decades. I MOS-DEFinitely dig this flick.
Kiara B (ca) wrote: Absolutely incredible film. This is a must see!
Colin M (ca) wrote: i got a chubby for this movie
Christopher B (ca) wrote: The first - and rawest - of De Sica's trio of devastating neo-realist classics (with BICYCLE THIEVES and UMBERTO D.). Like the others it largely eschews didacticism regarding its very real social concerns by drawing you into its riveting story, acted out by an inspired - and largely amateur - cast. If your heart isn't broken by the time the word "Fine" is scrawled across the screen, you may want to check to see if you even have one.
Jackson M (ru) wrote: This is by far the best movie Denzel Washington has done
Tim M (ca) wrote: Cuba and Lundgren get together to kill people in Prague. A long way from Assassination Games, but it's a decent bit of hitman V-cinema.
Ayden S (ru) wrote: Fun movie with great songs and animation
Alberto N (ru) wrote: I think they were trying to hard and came up with kind of a mess. The first movie was not that good but they make up for it in the next movie.
Tom B (ag) wrote: One man's trash... (SPOILERS) Awesome flick! Think Troma and you're on the right track. Street Trash would be right at home with other Troma fare like Toxic Avenger and Class Of Nuke'em High. (In fact, a couple people you might recognize from those films appear here as well.) This one's putting a comedic slant on the proceedings (like the two movies I just mentioned) and for the most part, it works. The laughs are intentional, as opposed to other movies I have reviewed, which you tend to laugh at due to the high grade of cheese involved. One morning, a liquor store owner uncovers a case of booze, called Tenafly Viper, in the basement that appears to have been there since prohibition was repealed. Being an opportunistic business man, he sells the stuff for a buck a bottle. Since his store is located in a Jersey slum, his customers tend to be homeless drunks. Lo and behold, a young homeless drunk, named Fred (who lives in a auto wrecking yard with his younger brother, Kevin), comes in and swipes a bottle and then has it stolen by another derelict. Turns out, Fred's lucky it happaned that way, cause when the theif sits down on a toilet and takes a swig from the bottle, he pretty much turns into slime (neon slime, at that) and drians down the crapper. More homeless people start to melt after drinking the Viper, till Fred realizes what's going on when he sees one of them explode. Now it's up to him to warn everybody. To make matters worse, he's got a mobster, named Duran, after him cause he made off with the guy's girlfriend while she was drunk and puking in an alley behind Duran's restaurant. Fred took her back to his squat and had his way with her... till some other bums in the area showed up and pretty much raped the holy hell outta her and left her dead, down by the river. Duran has also got it in for the doorman who let Fred walk right by with the girl and did nothing to stop him. Also, there's Bronson (played by Vic Noto), a deranged Veitnam veteran who's kinda like the school yard bully of the bums. He has a (very) small army of homeless troops to carry out his orders, which include terrorizing the locals. Add in a no nonsense cop looking to take Bronson down and you got yourself a hell of a good time. As I said at the start, if you like Troma films, there's a lot you'll probably dig here. The Good: The characters and dialogue, for starters. Bronson is a real loon, taking every opportunity to act like he's still back in "the shit." The cop (played by Bill Chepil) is even better! I love it when he tells a woman that's giving him a hard time about helping a guy who's been splattered by a melting bum who just took a swig of Viper, "Baby, I'm not sure you don't gotta cock." The scene where Fred and Kevin's friend Burt hits a grocery store to shoplift them some dinner is a riot. The best though, has got to be Duran and the doorman. Their scenes together crack me up! (Take a look at my favorite qoute on my R.T. profile for an example of their banter.) I like the melting scenes as well. The film isn't very gory in a blood and guts way (though there are a couple scenes that are pretty nasty), it's more about the melting, which is pretty gross nonetheless. I think the special effects are darn good, considering the meager budget this movie had. Oh yeah, the scene where Bronson starts a game of keep away with a guys severed penis is a hoot! The Not So Good: There's a bit of a stretch were no one melts. Since these scenes are amongst the highlights of the movie, it's a little bit of a letdown. The acting, as usual in these types of movies, is pretty bad, but c'mon, it's a low budget splatter flick from the 1980's. If you don't do juvenile humor (penis keep away anyone?), you'll want to avoid this one.
Muhammad K (it) wrote: Classic comedy , dolphin scenes were very funny .