Die Partei

Die Partei

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Jack C (br) wrote: This movie has fake reviews. This movie was terrible. I could only make it through 30 mins or so.

Lukas B (de) wrote: thats how it is...shaking story!

Kurt B (fr) wrote: Skarsgrd steals the show. And it was definitely a show worth stealing.

Kaitlyn J (fr) wrote: Very interesting and emotional story. Makes you realize how misunderstandings can cause problems.

Andy T (ag) wrote: You couldn??t get a much better set up for an action film than this; Vegas magician/Mafiosa Buddy ??Aces?? Israel decides to sell out a major mob boss and hides out in a penthouse suite of a hotel. A bounty of $1million is put on his head so a collection of assassins, each with varying styles, head to the hotel with the aim of collecting the bounty, whilst two FBI agents have to try and get to Israel before the killers do. The assassins fill your quota of stereotypes, the sexy femme fatale, a master of disguise, a renowned torturer and a bunch of neo-Nazi psychopaths. All of which leads you to think you are in for a fun filled riot, with bullets flying and blood a-plenty. Sadly this is not the case. Smoking Aces has ideas above its station and tries to add too much depth to a concept which should be superficial and fun.Some scenes feel completely out of place, such as one subplot featuring an injured assassin crawling for help at a nearby house only to be greeted by an old lady and her grandson, both so weird that they are more suited to The Texas Chain Saw Massacre than a crime thriller. Though the plot is a bit of a disappointment note should be made of the acting talent which was superb, particularly newcomer, RnB singer, Alicia Keys, who may well have a strong acting career ahead of her. Comparisons have been made between Aces and Guy Ritchie??s films; I think this is a perfect allegory, when considered through his entire career. It starts off good humoured and enjoyable with great comedy gangster characters (a la Lock, Stock and Snatch), but soon shoves its head so far up it own pretentious arse it can smell its own tongue (Revolver). Sitting as it does, between these films, it is overall an ok film, never reaching the heights of Snatch, but not sinking to the devastating lows as Revolver.

Bee M (fr) wrote: This movie was fucking brilliant. It's the pinnacle of film making and will bee for a long long time. Barry B Benson made me cum a little. Also, I'm now a redneck and a bee enthusiast, spending all my waking hours in a bee suit, collected pollen from my neighbors garden, they don't appreciate my culture. Only thing that would have made this better would be an inter-species sex scene. Other than that, masterpiece.

Stephanie G (ag) wrote: a hilarious short clay animation that's a cruder and darker Wallace and Gromit

Craig H (au) wrote: This really is a film for everyone and much much better than Space Jam. Great cast but over way too soon for my liking.

Randy T (au) wrote: Oddly scripted but intriguing. It's difficult to deny the presence of homoerotic undertones here, making this a most unconventional war film.

Johnny T (fr) wrote: This is pseudo-cynical comedy, however, not social satire. All the sharp corners are smoothed over and what's left is little more than a big screen sitcom. Just when you're about to dismiss Affleck and his over-the-top demeanor, the story starts to click. A movie I thought I was going to hate turned into a nice little treat. But I still can't figure out why they chose to open a Christmas picture two months ahead of the season it celebrates, since, by the end, it becomes a story with real Christmas spirit. For Christmas to be any source of laughs, many audience members will need to move past their fear of Ben Affleck. Yuletide cheer gets a kick in the shins with this funny but forced cinematic Christmas present. There are a few amusing moments, helped by subdued performances from Affleck and Gandolfini, but this is no "Bad Santa" despite its obvious ambition to play similar holiday tricks. As light, fluffy, cockle-warming holiday entertainment, this thing is pretty sweet. VERDICT: "In The Zone" - [Mixed Reaction] These kinds of movies are usually movies that had some good things, but some bad things kept it from being amazing. This rating says buy an ex-rental or a cheap price of the DVD to own. If you consider cinema, ask for people's opinion on the film. (Films that are rated 2.5 or 3 stars)

Stuart K (au) wrote: Directed by Gary Fleder (Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead (1995), Don't Say A Word (2001) and Runaway Jury (2003)) and adapted from James Patterson's 1995 best-selling novel of the same name, this dark crime thriller was the first film to be based on Patterson's Alex Cross series of novels, and it was intended to start a new franchise, it nearly did. It has some good performances in it, and a good mystery too. Alex Cross (Morgan Freeman) is a forensic psychologist and detective working for Washington D.C. police, and he's been called in to investigate the disappearance of his niece Naomi (Gina Ravera) in Durham, North Carolina. Cross is briefed by local policeman Nick Ruskin (Cary Elwes), and learns that Naomi is the latest in a series of kidnappings where young women have vanished. Things take a turn when police intern Kate McTiernan (Ashley Judd) is kidnapped, and she's held in a cellar. However, she manages to escape from her captor and Cross takes her in promising to protect her. It takes them to Los Angeles, where they find someone committing similar kidnappings. It is a taut and unsettling thriller, even though it was all done before with The Silence of the Lambs (1991), it makes for a good crime mystery if you like that sort of thing. Freeman returned for a sequel, Along Came A Spider (2001), before the franchise was rebooted with Alex Cross (2012).