Crash and Burn
The story of Irishman Tommy Byrne, the greatest racing driver you never saw.
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Billy L (br) wrote: Last Weekend is a must see film. It was thoroughly entertaining, as it weaved its way through a witty and clever portrayal of the ups, downs and idiosyncrasies of life and family.
Akiko A (ru) wrote: Chris Evans tries his hand at a cute romantic comedy as a writer who has never had a serious relationship, meets a girl (Michelle Monaghan) that turns his world upside down. He starts out with a writing assignment from his agent to do a script that is a romantic comedy. He doesn't believe in love so he is stumped. He talks to his friend Scott (Topher Grace) who is a hard core romantic about what he should do about this script. When they go to a fund raiser Chris meets the woman of his dreams but she is in a relationship with another man. He never got her name. Over the next few days, he goes to several charity events in hopes of running into her. He wants to see her. Once they find each other, they agree to be friends until the sexual attraction has them in bed together. She feels that she made a mistake, decides to get engaged to the boyfriend, and Chris decides he loves her and wants to stop her from marrying this guy. And...he finishes his romantic comedy. Cute, but not believable....
The Critic (it) wrote: An oddball black comedy that engages with a quirky style and natural performances from Steve Oram and especially Alice Lowe. It's definitely not the sort of serial killer flick that we're used to seeing, but Ben Wheatley and team deliver a unique piece that worthy of some attention.
Jiana W (kr) wrote: A lot better than I thought it would be. The movie features some great performances from these unknown young actresses (Krause and Martin). The story centers on two high school seniors, Tosha and Jessie, who form a friendship thanks to their mutual love of lacrosse. The two are polar opposites. Tosha is black, comes from a poor, rough neighborhood, has a tight-knit family, and is a laser-focused scholar student trying to get to Princeton University on a full ride after graduation. Jessie is white, wealthy, barely sees her mother, promiscuous, and barely hanging onto high school by a thread. Their bond is as fragile as it sounds as Jessie begins flirting with Rashid, a boy who seems more interested in Tosha but willing to settle for the self destructive (and easy) party girl, JessieThe movie is brave for the subject matter it takes on and it handles it all very well and in a believable way. It's really a shame interracial friendships end for such a high percentage of American teens, especially considering just how diverse our country is.
The dark one H (au) wrote: B-movie but the storyline is fantastic. And the horror elements are creeping well into your skin.
Paul V (de) wrote: Probably much poetic license and fictional adaptation. That said, interesting enough to make me check out some of the real facts on the 'net. Interesting piece of Irish social history I was not aware of, but one which didn't surprise.
Daniel L (au) wrote: this is a example of how bad sequels are to classics
Greg R (de) wrote: Is it a perfect film, no, and I can totally understand peoples dislike for it.
Andi M (ru) wrote: Another favorite of all time!
Misty S (it) wrote: Corny cheesy and bad acting. Loved that it was shot in black and white. made everything seem so much more beautiful and romantic. Plus I lobe Prince.
Terri H (us) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested.
Fredrik S (mx) wrote: This is a terribly theatrical and overly convoluted film that is still a worthwile watch for its extremely starstudded cast. And for the fabulous clothes. I really want one of those tweed suits that Sean Connery wears...
Grayson D (br) wrote: Some decent laughs amongst the dross.
Josh S (gb) wrote: A tough study of morality and a beautiful character study.
Sylvester K (mx) wrote: WAY overrated. Michael Clayton is a over the top cliche starring George Clooney as a down in the dump lawyer who specializes in fixing various questionable cases. However, he found himself getting trapped in a catastrophe of conspiracy and lies. He must figure out how to turn his life around while saving himself from getting killed.I got so bored and the acting was unconvincing. How could this film be nominated for so many awards is beyond me. Oh wait, I know, liberal critics and Hollywood.
Scottt F (gb) wrote: Arguably Ford's greatest film -- "The Searchers" and "She Wore A Yellow Ribbon" are the others in the conversation -- and unquestionably the best of the Wyatt Earp/Shootout at the OK Corral films.