The Boston Underworld is too small for all of them. And there's only one big prize left. It's about to go under. All the smart operators have gone to jail, and all that's left behind are the eccentric whacks and nut jobs deemed unworthy of being put behind bars. From Napolitano who runs the North End with the belief that every room is bugged, to Mr. Million, who is so insecure he needs constant reassurance, to a rampant gang that can't take directions from anyone, simply because they can't hear a single thing- their preferred method of communication is sign language which leaves everyone asking, just what is going on?
- Stars:Charlie Alejandro, Rudi Anna, Hilary Barraford, Charles Cafarella, Wallace F. Carlson III, Louis Cataldo, John Cleary, Chris Connolly, Jim Cullity, Robert Dicicco, Stephen Ferris, Mathew Fisher, Gina Fraumeni, Lou Fuoco, Jessica Hansen,
- Director:Arthur Luhn,
- Writer:Arthur Luhn
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(au) wrote: Comes across too much like a fan film rather than a definitive work. The tone is shoddy more often than not, and the performances are amateurish and half-assed-worse, it seems it's that way by design. Plus, it's about a half-hour too long. That said, a couple times it's legitimately gorgeous to look at. But not enough to ignore the shortcomings.
(jp) wrote: This film creates is moody and atmospheric....an excellent thriller. Shannon Tweed gives the performance of a lifetime, and the supporting cast is outsatnding, especially Cassandra Gava and Jodie Fisher.
(kr) wrote: Investing, innovative, and thought provoking. Inception is an absolute triumph that exceeds the standards of a summer blockbuster. It has the intelligence that is just stellar and the visuals of a masterpiece. This will go down in cinematic history as the Nolan movie that brought people back to the days of when the cinema was an artform an experience and thought about as a dream. "I'M SPEECHLESS"
(ag) wrote: Memorable for being possibly the most laughably ridiculous movie I have ever seen. Loved the Sixth Sense and Unbreakable. Signs was weak but this is truly the pits. The Rotten Tomatoes review is right on the money. I saw this a few years back and watched the 'special features' to try to get an insight into how a film maker who has done such brilliant work could get it so wrong. The director explains how the actors kept on saying 'we're just not getting it' maybe that's a cue to go back to your script, mate.
(br) wrote: This movie is about Rembrandt painting his most famous painting called "The Night Watch". Supposedly it is an avant-garde film, but it seemed to be a series non-connected scenes - hard to follow and lengthy. I guess I am not sophisticated enough to appreciate this type of film.
(mx) wrote: Directed by John Crowley (Boy A (2007) and Is Anybody There? (2009)), and written by Mark O'Rowe (Perrier's Bounty (2009) and produced by Neil Jordan, this is a violent and rough black comedy showing a less than flattering side to Dublin, but it has a good cast to it's name as well, and for a time, it became the most successful Irish independent film, and it manages to be a likeable and compelling film about horrible people. A multi-stranded film set in Dublin, petty criminal Lehiff (Colin Farrell) is always getting into trouble with the law, and his nemesis is Garda Detective Jerry Lynch (Colm Meaney), who has made it his personal mission to fighting the criminals, and making Dublin safe. He's even got aspiring filmmaker Ben Campion (Toms Silleabhin) to film him in action, but Ben focuses on Sally (Shirley Henderson), who helped the passengers of a double decker bus after it turned on it's side. Sally's sister Deirdre (Kelly Macdonald) has just split from John (Cillian Murphy), who is lost without Deirdre, and goes to great lengths to get her back. There's a lot going on in this film and it requires attention to keep up with it, but it does show that good cinema can come out of Ireland. It's got a good cast, with some good observations about life in the rougher parts of Dublin, and it's colourful characters.
(us) wrote: Une biographie (ou pas) parfaite, pleine d'humour au dixieme degre. Peter Jackson se moque insidieusement de la meconnaissance cinematographique de ses contemporains.
(us) wrote: Christopher Lambert delivers a fantastic performance. Diane Lane maintains her charming way about her and Tom Skerritt never ceases to amaze. I was not expecting this film to be this good. Thumbs up!
(es) wrote: Stanwyck and Huston are great.
(de) wrote: When Michael Jordan and the Looney Tunes characters are mixed together in the film, it becomes crazy. Drawn movie and the right mix of actors just does not work, at least not here, because the plot is too childish, and implausible. Jordan could even embarrass themselves because of this movie, but manages to do quite a positive role in the performance. Finally, you could say two words from the movie: entity smells.
(gb) wrote: It was good -- I've been missing "Friday Night Lights".