Derrick J's Victimless Crime Spree

Derrick J's Victimless Crime Spree

A documentary chronicling liberty activist Derrick J Freeman's exciting first year of activism in The Shire.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:88 minutes
  • Release:2012
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:police,   freedom,   liberty,  

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Mo B (br) wrote: Rating: 70%Though it may prove too hard to follow at times for certain viewers, Draft Day nevertheless features an astonishing performance from the cast and a feel-good vibe throughout.

Allen G (au) wrote: It's surprisingly crass and does a remarkably poor job of finding the right tone with which to portray its subject matter, however, it's appealing visually and the story has enough tension and drama to keep it interesting.Certainly one of the poorer entries in Bale's filmography thus far, with his character feeling a poor caricature of a drunk for the most part. However, his performance is still decent and the supporting cast don't disappoint. It's a pretty film and I very much like the idea, however, the execution in relation to the film's tone is dreadful. It covers many horrific events and almost feels like it's making a mockery of them at times. Further, you can just see the pages from the script written all over the film. What I mean here is that, you can tell when this story is genuinely interesting and you can tell when scenes and dialogue are simply there to move things forward in a generic and formulaic manner. There's something interesting here that is, more often than not, drowned in tedium.The film is almost two and a half hours long too so this tedium really starts to take its toll.Having said all this, I must say that I still found the film engrossing for the most part and there are certainly more than enough plot developments to make it exciting viewing overall. What we have here is an average film masquerading as a powerful drama with a strong subject matter. This could easily have been so much more had it been given handled with more care. Still, I don't think all of the flaws damn the film- if you can lower your expectations and go with the flow, then this one won't be a bad time.

Matthew O (us) wrote: A little Bergman-lite but still a very good film.

Geoffroy B (mx) wrote: very good story with a great performance of the actors !

veronica m (es) wrote: never herd of it or about it and not for my age

Anvesh M (gb) wrote: The same theme as the prequel, but nothing in comparison to it. The whole 2:30 hours revolve around the IMPOSSIBLE robbing techniques of Hrithik Roshan, the over exposure of Aishwarya Rai's body, & their Love Story. Numerous flaws by the director making it a boring movie. 1 time watch.

Denise A (mx) wrote: A great film. America Ferrera is a wonderful actress. & yes real Women have curves!

Manuel C (mx) wrote: Western Thalandais haut en couleur, drle, rmaaaaantique et surtout g (C)nial jusqu'au bout des sourcils.

mackenie m (br) wrote: i luv winnie the pooh.

Jackson M (fr) wrote: Kevin Spacey's best performance

Blake P (jp) wrote: "Everyone Says I Love You" differs from most modern musicals in that it doesn't aim to be grand in scope. It aims to be a throwback to the Technicolored, frenetic days of Gene Kelly and Cyd Charisse, albeit with dialogue and characters that directly reflect the modern attitudes of its writer, director, and star, Woody Allen. There is no thunderous imagery a la "Moulin Rouge!" (2001), and there are no Broadway sized numbers akin to "Chicago" (2002). It is small and intimate, its song and dance numbers giggling in the way they depict the average Joe belting as best they can, boogying with sweet conviction. Certainly, it is among Allen's best, most universal films - but few are able to recall it, as it came at the end of an era that didn't rake in as much critical and commercial acclaim as the decades preceding it. It makes use of a superb ensemble cast, putting most of its attention onto the fictional Dandridge family, a wealthy New York based bunch liberal and free-wheeling in their beliefs. The unit is headed by Bob (Alan Alda) and Steffi (Goldie Hawn), parents in the prime of middle-age that have retained an admirable zest for life. Together, they have four kids, the angsty Scott (Lukas Haas), who has decided to become a conservative Republican, the flaky Skylar (Drew Barrymore), and a pair of preteen girls, Lane (Gaby Hoffman) and Laura (Natalie Portman). Steffi's daughter DJ (Natasha Lyonne), the result of her previous marriage to writer Joe Berlin (Allen), narrates and co-stars. As the film opens, the family is facing rambunctious family drama better described as whimsical than serious. Skylar is getting married to the earnest Holden Spence (Edward Norton), but it so easily romantically persuaded that a lasting relationship may not be a very realistic place to go. Steffi, a lifelong rich girl who has devoted her entire adult life to social work, is in the process of attempting to get convict Charles Ferry (Tim Roth) released from prison, whom she believes is serving a sentence far from the result of fairness. Wanting to find love again, Joe hooks up with the much younger Von (Julia Roberts), a woman in the grips of an unhappy marriage; Laura and Lane are interested in the same boy; and DJ won't stop falling in love with different young men. A tidy conclusion we don't get. But like life, "Everyone Says I Love You" is messy yet breathtaking. Without the musical angle, the film would still be among Allen's most agreeable works. It is a romantic comedy that sings, inhabiting every scene with characters we come to revere and with conversational interludes that rank as some of Allen's most sagacious. The film is screwball, but not chintzily so - it carries an energy reminiscent of times during which we might have been an observer to a different family's dynamic, totally in awe of their intricate relationships, the way in which they spoke to each other. The Dandridge clan isn't unlike most American families (maybe a little richer), and the sunny ideology that life can be a humorous thing is very much intact here. So the added touch of music and dance that "Everyone Says I Love You" provides is more than welcome, as the old clich of characters breaking out into song actually seems fitting. Allen gets the tone we'd expect in the best of material like this: not too campy and not too self-serious, instead drifting along with arbitrary, feel-good shades and textures. We want to give it a bear hug, being so velvety, charming, and endearing in the ways a couple hours of reminiscing with family can be. With a soundtrack that includes "Making Whoopee" and "My Baby Just Cares For Me," the delivery by the actors, who normally aren't associated with the musical genre, steals our hearts. We can't get enough, as it should be with the Hollywood musical. "Everyone Says I Love You" climaxes in a beautifully rendered scene in which Goldie Hawn and Woody Allen slow dance like Astaire and Rogers by the Seine, Hawn flying in the air as if she were a trapeze artist, singing as wonderfully as an average person can, Allen turning into a dance partner of surprising merit. It is an unforgettable way to conclude an unforgettable film, perhaps one of the most daring of Allen's career but, all great works aside, among his finest. An underrated, humble masterpiece.

Private U (es) wrote: Sends one hell of a message that shouldn't be ignored.

Mikael K (br) wrote: Third in the Antoine Doinel series by Franois Truffaut, Stolen Kisses? is a sweet if slightly unfocused chapter in the character study of Doinel. The film is very lightweight compared with the others in the series, serving more as satire than direct social commentary. Still, it has great entertainment value and gives lead Jean-Pierre L (C)aud a great opportunity to demonstrate his formidable comical talents.

Michael C (kr) wrote: The best movie ever about human spirit and the will of man. Great acting and an all star cast.

Andy W (ca) wrote: Some stylish robots... And that's about it. Recycled plot, bland characters add up to a boring film.

Bill M (nl) wrote: Dolph Lundgren is a cop who fights an evil alien drug dealer, whos steals peoples endorphins to make into a designer drug to sell on his planet, he also kills folk with a flying CD type thing. Im sure thats all you really need to know. Cheesy goodness.