Dead Fucking Last

Dead Fucking Last

Tom, Ritz and Andi are friends who, 20 years ago, founded the bicycle courier company The Cooperative. For years, the lads were market leaders in Zurich, but now there is competition in the... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Lee O (ca) wrote: Enjoyable. Amy Adams is great. Good story.

Joe A (ag) wrote: Another of my favorite 80s guilty pleasures, Hidden is basically The Thing, Lethal Weapon and The Terminator all rolled into one as a body stealing extraterrestrial criminal is pursued on earth by an alien lawman and an earth cop with most of L.A. caught in the cross fire. Michael Nouri exudes tough guy charm as hard nose cop Tom Beck who is teamed on a bizarre crime spree case with strange federal agent Lloyd Gallagher (Kyle MacLachlan). Soon Beck finds that there may be something unearthly going on and his "partner" may not be what he seems either. Hidden is a fun sci-fi action thriller that is well directed and furiously paced by Jack Shoulder. Shoulder keeps Jim Kouf's clever script moving fast and keeps the audience's attention with plenty of blood, bullets and chase scenes. While we rarely see the alien creature, the FX depicting it are good as is the carnage it leaves behind. The action scenes and stunt work are top notch as well for such a modest production and there is plenty of action to be had. The cast are all good in their roles including supporting players Clu Gulager, Ed O'Ross and Richard Brooks as Beck's fellow officers. Hidden is a mix up of genres and movies that would have made Roger Corman proud had it been one of his and it does play much like one of Corman's productions. The film still holds up as a fun Terminator style action flick and the added 80s nostagia doesn't hurt it either. Definitely a film to be enjoyed with a few beers.

Jesse L (ag) wrote: I don't care what anyone else thinks about this movie, this was one of the last Robin Williams films and I thought it was pretty good.

Andrew T (ru) wrote: Stillness can often show a lack of wanting to move on. Whether due to budget constraints or artistry, Pedro Costa??s use of still shots in Colossal Youth shows how many of the characters are not yet ready to move on with their lives and deal with change in the modern world. Using a cast made of amateurs, the film follows Ventura as he visits each of his ??children?? in the slums of Fontainhas, who are gradually being moved to a newly built development. Each tells their own story in snapshots of their deprived lives to build a picture of life in the slums. The lack of camera movement and realistic tales give the film a documentary feel, making this film a struggle. The lack of activity, dark lighting and long dialogues can at times fail to keep the viewer engaged, despite the protagonists?? ability to hold attention. The films long duration and repetitive nature make this one for contentious viewers alone. Much like Jia Zhang-Ke??s Still Life, Pedro Costa shows how modern change is affecting the lives of society??s lower order who simply want to remain still.

Max A (ca) wrote: Andy Lau in a fat suit. The fat suits were not as believable as the filmmakers thought they were, but overlooking that - this film is a lot of fun.

D G (es) wrote: Sweet little movie. But then again, anytime I'm given the opportunity to watch James Purefoy and Kevin McKidd make out, I'll take it!!

Dan P (kr) wrote: It was a long time coming but I finally watched "Saving Private Ryan" on History Channel.

bill s (fr) wrote: Very good performances help carry a very average film.

Blind P (us) wrote: What was shaping up as an entertaining gangster picture completely lost focus in the second act with some silly sequences which did add to characterization but not with the effect of making one care about them. As such, the tone is muddled and the whole downgraded.

Barry N (nl) wrote: This is another fun Herbie film, that offers both laughs and a fun storyline.

Randall K (mx) wrote: One of the stupidest movies I've ever seen.