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Ilsa L (de) wrote: Interesting documentary about Jonathon Holiff's search for understanding of his father, Saul who was Johnny Cash's Manager.
Kendall I (gb) wrote: The worst movie I have seen. PLOT:Duncan wants to be a normal kid, but being born half-human and half-dragon it gets hard. Especially when his monster dad comes to get him and train him to lead the battle of the monsters against the humans. WHile this takes place, he als tries to get the attention of the hottie in school. This is poorly executed, makes hardly any sense, and overall just sucks! ACTING:In this case,voices. The voices are your typical Cartoon Network modern-TV voices. SOme can get annoying,but they are only standard. SCORE:Pathetic for such a pathetic movie. ANIMATION:New! For the films that have it,I will review it. The animation is ok...if this was a video game or made by a teenager. The animation was unnmoving and flaky. OTHER CONTENT:This movie has a sick set-up, as the son of a human woman and male DRAGON have a kid? Freakin' disgusting. It's like a cult classic gone wrong! Almost like a bad dream. The only upsides was its realism to school life and the 2 good songs by Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Red Hot Chili Peppers on the soundtrack. OVERALL,a sucky movie with horrible animation,a plot that's sick and makes no sense,and annoying voice actors. Only positives are its soundtrack and realism to school life.
Mark M (br) wrote: Given the recent string of violent attacks that began with the assault on the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo due to religious extremism, a look into this movie seems more than appropriate. Four Lions is a black comedy that serves as a satire on the jihadist movement by highlighting the absurdity of a group of British Muslims with dreams of terrorism. The movie follows a group of wannabe, jihadist idiots led by Omar (Riz Ahmed), his slow best friend Waj (Kayvan Novak), the high-strung Muslim convert Barry (Nigel Lindsay), the group's pushover Faisal (Adeel Akhtar) and newest recruit Hassan (Arsher Ali).Director and writer Chris Morris spent around three years researching everything he needed to know while writing the script, even going so far as to send the completed script to a former Guantanamo Bay detainee for input, with the result being an absurd and hilarious movie from start to finish. As the group attempts to make their mark in the Mujahideen by planning a bombing in London, ranging from several options of bombing a Boots store - a popular health and beauty pharmacy chain in the United Kingdom - to a mosque - yes, a mosque -, the movie turns into a look at the possibility of what would happen if a bunch of utterly clueless individuals take a morbid interest in extremism.With a smile on their face, the entire group have delusions of grandeur stemming from their fanatic, fringe beliefs on how Islam is supposed to work, and how they go attempting to achieve the status they believe could be attained by proving themselves as devout Islam jihadists against the capitalistic Western world... and condoms. The jokes range from Barry's silly anti-surveillance tactics and to Waj training crows as suicide bombers. Quoting a particular scene would be me taking the fun out of those reading this from enjoying the movie.With a script as smooth as the feathers of a blown-up crow and despite how well Four Lions functions as a contemporary satirical movie, the jokes might be lost on those who don't understand the nuances of the subject matter that Chris Morris tackles or the idiosyncrasies of the characters in relation to religious extremism. It certainly helped that the cast were superb in their respective roles, with Riz Ahmed turning into an established actor in later films such as Nightcrawler (2014) and a charismatic performance in The Reluctant Fundamentalist (2011), which had also tackled terrorism and the Muslim identity in a post-9/11 world from a more serious perspective.
Almari D (it) wrote: divina comedia inglesa :)
Erica B (es) wrote: One of my favorite movies.
Jenn T (fr) wrote: Good cast, the acting was amazing. Really powerful film.
Robert L (nl) wrote: An intriguing idea presented here.
Robert I (br) wrote: More kid friendly, but also very dumbed down from the original.
Kevin R (gb) wrote: Shoot the dogGina is an FBI agency that arrives at Bill and Chris' precinct and requires their assistance staking-out a family whose close friends with a woman on the run. They pose as a family and move next door to the family and wait to see if they can catch a glimpse of the missing woman. They have a hard time working together in this environment under their undercover relationship. Will they find the woman or blow their cover again and almost botch the mission?"What are you afraid of?""Advice."John Badham, director of Drop Zone, Point of No Return, The Hard Way, Bird on a Wire, Short Circuit, Stakeout, Saturday Night Fever, and Incognito, delivers Another Stakeout. The storyline for this picture is horrible and the characters are awkward and not funny. The acting is below average and the cast includes Emelio Estevez, Richard Dreyfuss, Rosie O'Donnell, and Cathy Moriarty."I think we should arrest him for what he's wearing."I came across this on Showtime Anytime and decided to watch it for the first time in a long time. This was a terrible sequel and was very poorly written and didn't have a strong enough plot or enough comedic content to make this worth a viewing. I recommend skipping this."His first dead wife?"Grade: D
Brice M (es) wrote: A brutal little thriller. I'm ashamed to say I had never even heard of this film until a buddy lent it to me. A great cast give outstanding performances that are believable. It is slow starting but builds to a brutal climax where you get what you want. Get past the cheesy 80s music and you've got one hell of a ride.
Tommy R (de) wrote: One of my favorite films growing up. Three very silent throwing stars.