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Cal returns home to a city torn apart by rioting and rising youth unemployment and a mother dying in hospital.

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Akira J (br)

To me it's a parody of both musicals and the 50s. One of the most insane, random and funny movies I've ever seen

Andrew M (es)

A quintessential crime thriller. It's rare for a film to go from zero to sixty so quickly and keep that pace consistent throughout a two hour runtime, but Fuqua does it with impeccable ease. Every scene is wound like a guitar string: with nobody to truly trust, you're left with an increasing heart rate as you prepare for the inevitable snap. Behind the camera, Antoine Fuqua directs with an appropriate amount of grit and unrelenting tension. Hawke really sells the struggle of the rookie cop in over his head, and his transformation from rookie to hardened cop is a fantastic showcase for his acting chops. Alongside him is one of the finest performances from Ethan Hawke. Perhaps he camps it up at times, but Washington's charisma is too infectious to be bothered by any campiness. In an Oscar winning performance, Washington goes full-on antagonist, a kind of performance we rarely see from him, and a quality that makes the character dynamic that much more effective. Of course, it helps that such a complex character has a talented actor like Denzel Washington behind him. It's quite a fascinating dynamic that writer David Ayer has crafted up here. How can we side with someone profiting off of innocents, often with no regard to their lives? But he's a family man and an established cop: surely he's trustworthy. As Hoyt jumps from trusting Alonzo to not trusting him, we do the same. The complex relationship between Alonzo and Jake Hoyt (Ethan Hawke) highlights why Alonzo is so utterly terrifying: Alonzo's actions constantly jump from being understandable in this grimy Los Angeles environment to being pushed beyond the line of morality. Such is the distinguishing quality of Alonzo Harris, the main antagonist of Antoine Fuqua's Training Day. But, most of all, a good villain is one that's believable, and one that anyone could become under certain circumstances. Or maybe their just anarchists, plain and simple. Maybe they're hungry for power, and will stop at nothing to become supreme. Perhaps they're seeking revenge for a past event in their life. What makes a good movie villain? An intimidating presence certainly helps, as does a solid motivation for their devious deeds

Faal I (ca)

). . . My Rating: 3/5 Stars: Very simple but funny story

Helio A (au)

ALTAMENTE RECOMENDADA. Notebook no le llega ni a los talones a esta pelicula epica. Me la recomendaron en la clase de Derecho de Familia y ha sido de las mejores peliculas que me han recomendado. Ademas, el dialogo entre Rafael y el sacerdote, no tiene precio. Cada personaje esta bien dise~nado, la actriz que interpreto a Norma, tuvo que haber hecho un buen estudio y cada situacion es digna para pensar y reconocer que hay cosas mas importantes en esta vida. Si verdaderamente desean ver una pelicula que pueda tocar tantos temas, de una forma armoniosa, agradable e interesante, esta es la pelicula que buscan. Notebook, y que Notebook

Jacob D (fr)

A really funny movie that has a lot of good music and really funny scenes, it is a really underrated movie

Janetta B (gb)

. . . . . Is so hottt. Robert Downey Jr

Jennifer X (au)

While the second half is not terrible, it falters tremendously in contrast, carefully and destructively losing steam with every second it goes over. If the first half were taken in isolation, "Vincere" might have been applauded as a greater film, portraying the gripping story of dictator ravenous for all aspects of power, sex and love. Viewers can neither identify nor sympathize with Dalser's overtly masochistic tendencies, and soon, her hysterics begin to grow a little old. Her performance is powerful, to be sure, but her character is simply not interesting nor sympathetic enough to carry the film by herself. As an Ida Dalser one, it's a bit too much, as the actress Mezzogiorno screams obscenities, psychotically flinging letters onto the ground and generally raising havoc among the ward. As a Mussolini biopic, the melodrama had worked wonders. Once the dictator leaves the film halfway following his abandonment of Dalser to a mental institution, there is fundamentally no more film, leaving us to deal with Dalser's theatrics in the absence of a powerful male figure. Yet the problem with "Vincere" - as with all biopics - is that it comes off as quite one-dimensional, essentially focusing on Mussolini's pathway to power through his character and personal relationships. The image fades out, and a troop of advancing soldiers marches across the screen, preliminarily connecting the bedroom to the battleground before the historical events happen. In true fashion, Mussolini responds by violently pressing his lips against hers, obscenely ravishing her naked body. "Say you love me, just once," the needy Dalser begs. In one particularly harrowing scene, Dalser spreads herself naked on a comforter, having sold all her possessions in order to fund her lover's Socialist newspaper. Where "Vincere" succeeds most at is exploring the concept of sex as a mechanism of character - before Mussolini comes into power, he is seen subjugating Dalser, foretellingly, in much the same way. " Director Marco Bellocchio ("Good Morning, Night") makes skillful use of old 1930s film reels, masterfully juxtaposing grainy WWI propaganda with scenes from the film, flashing and fading out of victims in mental hospitals with sunken eyes just as the opera voices billow and subside. The film is remarkably operatic, with clamoring swells and swoops and a soundtrack rivaling the likes of "Amadeus. By omitting the traditional "this is where he started" bits, "Vincere" immediately catapults the viewers into the center of the action. Who would have guessed that a biopic - about Mussolini, no less - could have turned out so avant-garde? Although consistently overshadowed by its (admittedly) superior Cannes counterpart "The White Ribbon," the Italian film "Vincere" still has its strengths, disregarding conventional biopic mechanisms in favor of a taut, yet occasionally overwrought, dramatic storyline

Julia H (ru)

I really hate those ventriloquist puppet things. I've only seen a few doll horror movies cause I'm afraid of them but this one either cured of worsened my fear

Kalin G (br)

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Linda C (mx)

love how they made it different from the book to the movie!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!. This was a great movie