Through interviews with leading historians, urban planners, and government officials, CONTESTED STREETS explores the history and culture of New York City streets from pre-automobile times ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Darren B (gb) wrote: Fantastic amazing and awesome and let's not forget inspiring!!!Highly Recommended!!
Francisco S (gb) wrote: With a good cast and funny plot, but with a predictable narrative and weak screenplay, Couples Retreat is only one more movie on Comedy Genre that doesn't bring nothing new.
Scott U (fr) wrote: Pretty good. If you're dying for a psychological horror movie you'll enjoy it. I can't believe this came out in 2004. it looks like 1987-ish to me.
Clintus M (au) wrote: This movie is the portarit of Bob Crane's degeneration from seemingly wholesome family man into a deplorable, disgusting condition. Because of his dual personas, many never knew the real man. The best aspect of the film may be its tone; the viewer actually feels Crane's decline, and the tone increases in melancholy. I found myself becoming depressed. Secondly, these are some of the best performances you'll see. The leads, Kinnear and Dafoe are stunningly realistic. Dafoe's Carpenter is needy, creepy, and slimy. Kinnear's Crane is charmingly likeable while just as sleazy and completely amoral. Kurt Fuller as Col. Klink is a riot, perfect casting. Its a study of addiction. Like any addict, Crane constantly announced plans to change but never made any effort. If he really meant to in the end, that's probably what got him killed. His obsession ruined his life and career. Director Paul Schrader may have made a faithful adaptation of the source book, but it left me wanting more of some things and less of others. It did have plenty of sleaze. Its a gloomy, unflinching film, and I recommend it to anyone willing to delve into the dark underbelly of success.
Nicola I (kr) wrote: loved the music and the storyline is superb in a soppy way haha *
Margarita S (jp) wrote: I wasn't able to get through this movie when I first tried to watch it several years ago. Truth be told, I was simply bored. Although, there is meaty script with robust themes, I was overwhelmed by how much was packed into this film. The cast, though superb, is too big, so characters don't have an opportunity to shine. The result? A film filled with British cliches - say an Upstairs-Downstairs meets an Agatha Christie mystery. The movie's good, but its lack of breathing room prevented it from being great.
Thomas Z (ru) wrote: this movie is great I do not know what the critics are talking about, basically the critics don't know jack!!
Evan W (kr) wrote: A forgettable little picture in which not a lot really happens, though Blythe Danner is good.
Andy W (au) wrote: Enjoyed it. View count so far: 2
Kevin Q (au) wrote: stupid ass free movie!
WS W (es) wrote: Back in the end-1980s/early-1990s last century, in the era of pre-1997, everyone in the HK Cinema was scrambling for making biopics. "To Be Number One" was such a hype back then as the pioneer of the genre. The film was in fact so disjointed & broken in narrative between scenes (not recalling if this was because a lot of edition had been done due to the alluding of the characters in real life) which, anyway, was one of the common features of HK Cinema even in its prime time.
Zoran S (kr) wrote: It holds up better than most of the anti-racist message movies of the 50s and 60s. Of course, as with all late Ford, it's nearly perfect in its visual rhythms.
Al H (au) wrote: This film is about a guy from Philippines, a band called Journey and how sometimes the dreams come true.
Randy H (fr) wrote: I was expecting a fun ABBA filled movie. A little bit of ABBA, but the movie was weird, depressing, sad, and bizarre. Other than the totally hot Olympian swimmer, there was not one bright spot or enjoyable minute in this movie.
Danny M (mx) wrote: I think this film is great. Seen it loads, of course it's got its flaws but still worth a watch!
J K (br) wrote: At least Sinbad and Lou Ferrigno have one thing in common -- neither can speak clearly.
Mito G (ca) wrote: I liked this movie 4 stars