Crooklyn

Crooklyn

From Spike Lee comes this vibrant semi-autobiographical portrait of a school-teacher, her stubborn jazz-musician husband and their five kids living in '70s Brooklyn.

Crooklyn is a vibrant semi-autobiographical portrait of a school-teacher, Carolyn, her stubborn jazz-musician husband, Wood, and their five kids living in '70s Brooklyn. It focuses on one of the kids, Troy, as she learns life lessons through her four rowdy brothers, her loving but strict mother, and her naive, struggling father. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Pedro S (us) wrote: A lavish and amazing production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical masterpiece! Great sets, costumes, acting and singing! In a word: Epic!

Tom D (nl) wrote: Entertaining enough but the pace is uneven and the ending predictable.

Michael V (us) wrote: Lets hope The Expendables gets Dolph some money so he doesn't have to except jobs like this again. Bad acting, bad special effects, bad storyline - bad everything. If you want to see how to make a film bad, watch it. The poorest editing you'll ever see. Scenes are catastrophically poorly executed. It's hard to believe anyone dares to make such awful movies these days. I was really surprised when I found out it was made in 2008. It looks like a movie made 20 yrs ago - the sounds are not synchronized with the video, the car chases are in fast forward so it would look fast (it's funny to see the people in the street moving at an unnatural fast phase) and the second passenger is missing in most of the scenes. Action scenes where the stunt don't wear the same cloths as the actors. And apparently the bad guys bought bullets that only effect innocent bystanders instead of the hero.

Alexis W (ca) wrote: foxy makes me roll out of my seat every time I watch her introduce herself

Takeshi K (jp) wrote: Waw, l'ultime film One Armed Swodman tout simplement.Une fureur dans chaque scene, une crasse qui represente le monde, une camera virevoltante, un heros qui se fait violence pour developper une technique de sabre ultime a une main.Pk t'es parti au USA apres Tsui !!!!!

Divina D (mx) wrote: ahhh....Will Friedle...

Sean J (es) wrote: So bad, that it's almost good........almost.

Mark W (de) wrote: I feel that people have overlooked this movie as one of the great slashers... Admittedly it does take a while to get moving, but as a whole the movie is really quite suspenseful and is an all round interesting watch! I was very surprised to see a sequel was never attempted...

Kerry M (ru) wrote: Not very interesting or entertaining. A struggle to get through.

Colin F (kr) wrote: Probably one of Hammers last great films and put a brand new spin on the Jack the Ripper story. Basically Jack the Rippers murders his wife in front of their daughter which leaves the daughter mentally disturbed and basically if anyone kisses her she flashes back and becomes a deranged killer. It might sound like B Movie stuff but it really is an excellent film with faultless production values like most of Hammers films. The film works so well because Angharad Rees who(TM)s plays the Rippers now grown up daughter can one minute come across as a innocent girl but then can transform into a mad deranged killer. This is without a doubt though Hammer Horror(TM)s most gory film, the scene where she sticks the needles in Lynda Baron(TM)s eye, I just have to look away it(TM)s a really horrible scene which I can(TM)t believe they got away with in 1971. An excellent if at times slightly disturbing Horror film, still stands up very well today.

Benjamin F (mx) wrote: Love the Bean or hate the Bean. That is the question. You should at least like the Bean.

Mandela W (de) wrote: Alfred Hitchcock is one of the most legendary and arguably the greatest director in cinematic history. His films are highly revered in Hollywood and the film community in general and his directing skills are being studied to this day in different colleges and places that teach film. Vertigo was the first Hitchcock film I ever saw then came Rear Window. I finally after many years got around to watch his iconic Psycho film. Psycho is the most classic of horror films one can come across. Hitchcock changed the game once again with this 1960 flick. Marion Crane is a real estate agent who is in quite the predicament as she cannot marry her boyfriend who has serious debts to pay. Marion decides one day to steal a $40,000 payment left at her job and she flees. During her travel out of Phoenix, Arizona she is forced to make a stop for the night at the mysterious Bates Motel where she meets Norman Bates the owner of the place. Norman begins explaining very unusual stories about his mother, the hotel and even displays some disturbing behavior. The movie becomes a suspenseful thriller that proved to be one of the first real slasher pics. I must first point out the truly great and timeless film score. It's so memorable and has been referred to in pop culture ever since. Janet Leigh is pretty damn good here. She plays such a sneaky woman who gets in over her head. you at first feel for her but then as time goes on you see that she may have very well deserved to die. Anthony Perkins is spectacular as Norman Bates. This was such an amazing performance as a truly disturbed man/momma's boy. his facial expressions to his manner of movement and behavior was top notch and just awe inspiring to watchWhat Alfred Hitchcock does here is incredible. He really sets the mood tension and atmosphere with not only the music but with ominous signs. this was one of the first really spooky films. the shower scene is pretty surreal to watch. such a classic moment in cinema and was one of the original bloody moments in movies. I can definitely tell back then that seeing that kind of violence was new and shocking to audiences. Hitchcock took a real chance with that and it paid off. might have been a little overly dramatic but still pretty awesome to witness. it's also a really shocking twist in the storythe writing is phenomenal. lots of crazy surprises happen here. Classic is still a classic. you can really pick a part and study many scenes in here. the ending is a bit overdramatic as well but the point was that Hitchcock was looking to introduce a new brand of fear in the world of cinema and he accomplished that. at the time I can imagine it being quite overwhelming to watch. Psycho is a must see for true film fans anywhere.