The school year is over and for a diverse group of children between six and ten years with no worries, football is king! These kids are convinced they are the local gold team and there is nothing they like more than just improve their game. "If you want to be cool, you should be wild." But this holiday more bad luck will accompany the due. The relentless rain turns their field in a quagmire. They must be with their parents who do not like their passion for the game. And when finally the sun comes, a gang of older boys, bigger and stupid, have just taken the field. Although not given any choice, the boys challenge them to play a game to solve the problem. All you have to do now is win ... First installment of the series German "The Beast Football Club". . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Die wilden Kerle - Alles ist gut, solange du wild bist!
A home-made soccer team of kids have to get ready for a match against the team that has taken the kids' field to play and won't give it back unless they lose a match against the kids.
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Jason A (gb) wrote: Action fight sequences poorly strung together by bad acting and painful dialogue.
Callum M (gb) wrote: Michael Caine's riveting performance and the stylish direction does little to distract from the fact that Harry Brown is little more than bloody, gruesome schlock masquerading itself as thought-provoking drama.
Sharon B (jp) wrote: Simple but beautifully written this film encapsulates mental illness brilliantly. Powerful acting.
John M (de) wrote: It grows on you. So this is about an airline stewardess name Jackie Brown (Pam Grier). When the ATF catches her smuggling cash into the country, she is placed in a delicate position: does she sells out of friends or does she go for the bigger risk in pulling one over on the feds? Now if you have been following this blog in any capacity over the past year, you already know what a die hard fan of Quentin Tarantino. I love everything that he does for cinema, and his movies just jive with me, for lack of a better word. In the past, there was always one of his movies that I failed to connect with: Jackie Brown. He has such an excellent track record that I was convinced that "it's not you, it's me", so I gave this more than a few chances. I've finally come around on this, and it has worked its way into my rotation of films I watch regularly. The reason why this may not stack up for some is all in the timing: this is Tarantino's follow up to Pulp Fiction. There are plenty of imitators out there, and if you go into this expecting it to be that lightening in a bottle that is that 1994 crime masterpiece, you'll probably be disappointed, which is what happened to me back in the day. This stands on its own merits, and it is easily his most grounded film to date. I love him for it, but his movies all usually reach the point where it hits violent insanity. While there is that featured here to be sure, it's less front and center, and only really happens in brief outbursts and because the story calls for it. This movie is much less about the extremes and more about this woman in a rough spot, being forced to play both sides, and seeing if she will end up double crossing, triple crossing, or even quadruple crossing these dangerous men. While I do feel much more positively about this than I did about a decade ago, I still have one critique: you feel the length to this. It's all quality elements, and I don't necessarily feel that anything should be cut out, but when you get to the end, you feel like you've watched a long movie. I have exactly 0 familiarity in blaxploitation on film, so I'm sure I missed all the insider references, but in a way, that makes it feel like a much more original piece, for me at least. I love Samuel L. Jackson here who plays this snake in the grass, and Robert Forster owns the role of Max Cherry, which is one of the greatest character names I've ever heard. The climax where you get to see the same scene from different perspectives a la Rashmon is amazing, the soundtrack is one that you'll want to buy or at least save to a Spotify playlist, and this is all together a well put together story.
Niels S (us) wrote: Overset og ganske udmrket actionfilm af Hill, som jeg ikke havde hrt om fr i forgrs. Handlingen foregr ikke i Sierra Madre, men i East Saint Louis, men ellers er der masser af guldjgerstemning, da to bondske brandmnd fra Arkansas gr p jagt efter en skjult skat i en kondemneret fabriksbygning i East Saint Louis, som desvrre ligger p en lokal bandes territorium.
Matt H (au) wrote: Good early performance from Antonio Banderas. The movie's sexual politics are a bit icky. Banderas's character is crazy and creepy yet somehow somewhat likable. Still don't by the ending, though.
Tim M (it) wrote: Wow, overlong and incredibly overrated. It's written by both Jodorowsky and Claudio Argento, so fans of those names should like it. When I was into giallo I preferred Fulci, so Holy Blood didn't do much for me. Great signature directing, some nice scenes, but pales in comparison to "The Last Circus".
Allison B (ru) wrote: This movie was crap based off a Luis Valdez play. I fell asleep
Christopher B (fr) wrote: There's a large number of people who think they know what cinema should be. Artists are either there to make one think or to entertain. As long as your thinking about the correct things. Noe has always spit in the face of convention, making bleak movies that could be argued have no redeemable values. Sure they have serious issues in them, incest, rape, murder, vengeance, etc, but they don't give clear answers or even opinions. Noe seems to be just fascinated by the dark side of mankind and beyond (time destroys everything after all). Which is a-okay with me, but for those easily offended or don't believe in expressing nihilism for nihilism's sake should stay far away from his output.Carne is the short film that I Stand Alone is based on. It makes a great introduction for that film and also works as a great introduction to an incredible new talent in cinema. Nahon is excellent as usual and the story is downbeat while Noe's filmmaking still make it very watchable.
Byron B (ru) wrote: Back to MGM, but with Mervyn LeRoy producing. Kenny Baker, no not the Kenny Baker from Star Wars, another Kenny Baker who was in musicals in the 30's and 40's, is Jeff who wants to pay off Carter so he can have sole ownership of this circus. He has the money ready to pay. His romantic interest is Rice as Julie. They have what looks like a very old fashioned relationship with the man in his place and the woman in her place. The songs they share are hokey and not very engaging. Chico assists Jeff and Harpo is a clown in the strong man act. This is probably the source of some of the inspiration for La Strada. Carter for some unknown reason wants to ruin the circus, but somehow keep it for himself too. He has Arden as Peerless Pauline, Pendleton as Goliath, a midget, and a handful of other thugs do his dirty work. Jeff's money is stolen and Chico sends for Groucho as Attorney Loophole. The Marx Brothers play at detective work till finally Groucho goes to Dumont again to find another way to get the money to save the circus. This is one of the more disjointed plots. Chico plays another number on the piano. Groucho gets to sing a full song this time, the naughty and frolicking Lydia, The Tattoed Lady. I was not aware of this song, yet this whole fourth season of Heroes involving the carnival has made use of this character that Groucho describes. Harpo is putting lions to sleep when out of nowhere a huge crowd of African American children and adults show up to dance and sing a jazz/swing number with him like in A Day at the Races. The song is called Swingali by Harburg and Arlen who did the music for The Wizard of Oz the same year, but it sounds like a medley with a major piece of Blue Moon and other tunes. It is upbeat and adds some energy to the movie though it is badly synched. The only thing that saves the musical break is Harpo's consistently amazing strumming on the harp. There are still a few good one liners and physical gags, but they are not as well timed for the most part. When Groucho is snooping around Peerless Pauline's tent, she slips the stolen money down the front of her sequined leotard in her cleavage and he has one of the best lines about trying to get it without upsetting the Hays Office.