Crime Partners

Crime Partners

Hustlers, players and gangsters rule the urban streets of New York in this story about loyalty and betrayal. Billy Goode, a street-smart crook (Tyrin Turner, Menace II Society) and his partner Jackie Williams (John "BJ" Bryant, Belly) are two small time gangsters with dream of seeing their names in the headlines. After a shooting and robbery that doesn't give them the attention they desire, the partners hook up with the local crmie boss Kenyatta (Clifton Powell, Rush Hour) who has a major agenda to shake up the city.

Hustlers, players and gangsters rule the urban streets of New York in this story about loyalty and betrayal. Billy Goode, a street-smart crook (Tyrin Turner, Menace II Society) and his partner Jackie Williams (John "BJ" Bryant, Belly) are two small time gangsters with dream of seeing their names in the headlines. After a shooting and robbery that doesn't give them the attention they desire, the partners hook up with the local crmie boss Kenyatta (Clifton Powell, Rush Hour) who has a major agenda to shake up the city. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Adam R (au) wrote: (First and only viewing - 4/6/2013)

Bharath P (gb) wrote: Gripping performances. Great adaptation!

Eric H (nl) wrote: It's hard not to prejudice Fire in the Sky based on its non-fiction source material. But it's not as if queuing the movie adaptation of Travis Walton's alien-abduction account makes you a believer. And you'll at least be treated to a pair of superlative merits. One would be the film's money shot: a ridiculous, yet prevailingly horrifying, visualization of Walton's alleged time aboard the supposed spaceship, complete with slicing, probing, suffocating and supremely creepy ETs. The other is D.B. Sweeney's tender turn as a shell-shocked small-town boy fitting back in to the life he left behind while getting ritually tortured. As true-life narrative, it's preposterous. As an easy analog to myriad post-trauma "coming home" flicks, it resonates. And for fans of medium-budget curiosities that don't quite satisfy mainstream taste nor cult obsession, it's a hidden gem.

Andrew L (au) wrote: As far as cheap B-movies go, this one has some charm. Underneath all the charm is a huge mess of a story, some bad acting and some really cool special effects. It's almost like a home movie with a big budget. Can't really call it a piece of crap since its a low budget horror film. I'd say give it a shot if you can find a copy that is. There's a handful VHS tapes of this around and a Laserdisc version does exist (that's how I viewed mine). A DVD of this is available in the UK only and it is mastered from a VHS copy.

Alex K (ca) wrote: My Favorite Comedy Film Is 1933's Duck Soup.

Daniele C (ca) wrote: A movie probably so much ahead of its time. The effects are unbelievable if you think it was made in 1982. The characters and the plot though feel quite dated nowadays. The sequel from 2010 is the perfect "upgrade" of this movie.

Al M (au) wrote: A stylish and serious zombie film, Exit Humanity is a respectable endeavor, but it drags after the first thirty minutes. A superb cast and stylized vision make Exit Humanity a sad, intelligent take on the zombie genre. Set right after the civil war, Exist Humanity traces the spread of the disease, the struggle to find someone who is immune, and the darkness that dwells inside humankind. As is so often the case with zombie films, the humans actually become the sources of true evil, and the film becomes a reflection on how war turns humans into creatures that crave death and flesh. Still, despite its serious approach to the genre, it should have been about 30 minutes shorter because it plods at various points in the film.

Mayank A (it) wrote: Boring movie, I don't know anything about Chet Baker but decided to watch it as it was a biopic having Ethan Hawk, while his acting may be decent the story itself didn't have much to offer.