The story of Cuban refugees who risked their lives in homemade rafts to reach the United States, and what life is like for those who succeed.
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Capypapuyo05hotmailes C (au) wrote: K puedo decir si no la es visto despues k la vea opinare gracias.
Kyle R (it) wrote: For the diehard James L. Brooks fans only. A few hilarious moments are thwarted by over-length, Tea Leoni's awful performance, and a mishandling of tone.
Chris K (gb) wrote: We learn that this movie was good from the first.
Tim M (kr) wrote: Muhammad Ali was larger than life. While Michael Mann's biopic "Ali" is not, it still remains an engaging and wildly ambitious portrait of the man's life away from the persona he created.
Peter F (nl) wrote: Yes, I did not forget about this film (unfortunately).
Justin B (ru) wrote: In terms of Adam Sandler movies, it has a more refined blend of its immature humor and the genuine story its trying to tell. That said its still painfully pedestrian and generic.
Laura D (br) wrote: Meh movie. At least you got to see some Bacon bits :-)
Kevin R (kr) wrote: This is for the never-girl.Johnny is a singer that has dreams of forming a band and getting a record label and building a musical career. He also has a wild love life and strange demeanor and history with women. He gets great opportunities to settle down and get studio time/auditions, but somehow he always seems to mess his life up."Now I can find it in the dark and that's a good thing for a guy to know."Tom DiCillo, director of Double Whammy, Delirious, Box of Moonlight, Living in Oblivion, and the documentary Down in Shadowland, delivers Johnny Suede. The storyline for this picture was good at times and painful others. Pitt was a bit rigid as the main characters and the plot had potential but didn't quite climatic. The cast also includes Richard Boes, Nick Cave, Alison Moir, and Peter McRobbie to go with Brad Pitt's leading performance. "Now is a fly's fart in the wind."I came across this on Netflix and decided to give this old Pitt picture a shot. I can tell you this is ridiculous. The content is a bit all over the place and at times seems serious and well written and others seems to be making fun of itself. Overall, the film is uneven and disappointing.Grade: C-
Mike L (fr) wrote: Interesting western. We meet Link (Cooper) riding into town to catch the train, he appears innocent, looking to bring back a school teacher for the town he lives in. When the train stops for wood for the steam engine a trio of robbers ambushes the train, along with a fourth on the train they botch the robbery but make off with Links bag. Link gets waylaid while loading wood on the train along with two other people, a gambler and a show-girl. As this trio are walking along the tracks, Link takes them on a slight detour, to the place he says he grew up. In reality the house is an old hideout for the robbers and the ringleader is still alive and knows Link. Lee J. Cobb plays the ringleader in a very sadistic role, a lifetime criminal who would kill anybody at anytime. Julie London plays the showgirl (Billie Ellis), very pretty but very streetwise, who catches on very quick when Link tells a lie that she is his girl the band of criminals buys into his story that he is still a criminal. What gives this story a twist is that Link's horse is still on the train, his guns are in the bag the crooks stole, and he is a changed man who needs to get the money back for the teacher and he needs to protect the two people who are with him. Link shows great restraint when Billie wakes up and shows a wonderful sunrise view and he shows his change in character when he refuses her advances. It is a violent movie that gives us an ending that satisfies us in the revenge department but also has us question how the characters lives end because we have a relationship between Link and Billie but we never meet his wife so the assumption is perhaps these two lost souls make a life together, but we never know.
Art L (nl) wrote: OMG Kate Beckinsale.....plus she went to Oxford. There is a God. Just saying.
Timothy J (au) wrote: A interesting mystery-thrilled. With amazing cinematography. The final scene in the house of mirrors is one of the greatest movie images of all time.