Two white cops, Bob "Uncle Bob" Hodges - a respected, 19-year LAPD veteran and rookie officer Danny McGavin are partners on the LAPD's gang crime division. Bob had hoped to spend more time with his family, but he's pulled back into active service because of a step-up in gang activity. He makes no secret of his contempt for his novice partner Danny, but eventually comes to rely on the younger man as a valuable street contact. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Simon T (es) wrote: Fitfully amusing extended hidden camera skit, starring Jackass's Johnny Knoxville. The main problem is that this kind of thing has been done to death and even with a hyper thin plot (basically, a road trip to drop off his grandson) there are very few genuinely funny moments. Fine for a lads' evening in with a few beers and low expectations.
Cory C (nl) wrote: Brilliant! Tyler Mane has taken it to the next level.
Matthew R (mx) wrote: I have no idea how such big names agreed to be a part of this. I'm not shocked that such a horrible movie was made... That happens frequently. I'm shocked that Patrick Swayze was a part of it.
Nikki M (kr) wrote: This was different but not bad....the ending was a nice curve ball.
Cameron R (kr) wrote: An excellent romantic drama comparable to Crazy/beautiful with Kirsten Dunst released the same year 2001.
Adam R (ag) wrote: A great fantasy film that soared over my expectations. (First and only viewing - 9/17/2016)
Camille L (de) wrote: Un Flic la Maternelle est une des meilleures performances comiques d'Arnold Schwarzenegger. Tant que le film reste dans la salle de classe, tout va bien, le film est drle et plutt bien rythm. Mais c'est dans son enqute policire totalement superflue ( l'image de celle de Jumeaux, dj ralis par Ivan Reitman) que le film ralentit considrablement. En plus, Richard Tyson n'tant pas forcment le meilleur acteur du monde, on se rattrape sur l'humour dbile et assez chaleureux d'une salle de classe de maternelle. Pamela Reed et Linda Hunt sont de trs bons seconds rles.
Ignacio L (ca) wrote: What happens when gangsters have to kill... time
James R (mx) wrote: Classic 70's Horror with a brilliant cast.Still very much worth watching even today!.
Nicolas A (br) wrote: As a fan of both Howard Hawks and John Wayne i had to see this movie, which is more in the same style of El dorado and Rio Bravo, which is good because i like the style whom is both calm and full of action, twists, good characters and conversations, also the story is again top but you can easily see the simalarities between 'Rio Lobo', 'Rio Bravo' and 'El Dorado'. So i can't really call it unique our original but it sure did gave me a good western feeling, a very enjoying movie to watch.
John S (us) wrote: Sword of the Beast is a beautifully told and intricately crafted story of beasts and men. The action scenes are brilliant, although not as gory or technically impressive as Gosha's other films. But his flair for simple stark photography and menacing music is indeed present.
Hesham A (it) wrote: I don't know....very ordinary , I enjoyed watching Loren sing & dance :)
Keiko N (mx) wrote: Very hokey, and it doesn't pick up until an hour in. The songs and dancing are mediocre, but when it makes fun of itself ("She's gonna sing, folks. Now is the time to go out and get the popcorn."), it's hilarious.
X T (mx) wrote: A disappointing effort from Ozu. The premise is somewhat similar to that of The Only Son and the dynamics between the father and the son is similar to that of the daughter and father in Late Spring. The father played by Chishu Ryu supports his son through high school and college by working in Tokyo away from him. They have a very close relationship and the brief moments they spend together throughout their years apart are their happiest times. I liked the first half of the film, but the decision of the father to stay separate when they meet again in the second half is less than believable and more like war time propaganda. Even though the ending subverts the propagandistic elements this still makes the characters less compelling than what you are used to from Ozu. Also dramatically this is really bland, even by Ozu's standards. Especially the second half doesn't really offer many memorable scenes.
Leigh R (fr) wrote: One of the few films where you won't see John Wayne portraying a cowboy :). Wonderful movie.
Gene R (fr) wrote: A musical done right!
J B (de) wrote: Elegant, personal and poignant. Ben Whishaw gives a beautiful and heartfelt performance.
Sean S (mx) wrote: The film is a great example of good use of young actors and a showcase for the greatly underused David Bradley. It doesn't rely on anything too stereotypical to wean drama from; in fact, before the kestrel of the title of the novel is introduced, you wouldn't even know it would be about that at all. There are some interesting aspects to Casper's life and community that aren't expanded on here, but then again, that's not the point of the novel nor the film: it's this neglected boy's tale of a friend in the form of a bird; an outlet and an escape from the world. And for that reason, it works.