A group of street kids find that the only way to make it through the day is to hold onto their dreams while their reality is eating out of dumpsters, turning tricks and squatting in abandoned buildings. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Downtown: A Street Tale
A group of street kids find that the only way to make it through the day is to hold onto their dreams while their reality is eating out of dumpsters, turning tricks and squatting in abandoned buildings.
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Brad M (jp) wrote: This was an interesting urban drama, but a lot of cliches and a lot of bad acting bring it down. I love DMX the rapper, but not DMX the actor. He can growl a voice over just fine, but there is no feeling in his acting. He's reciting words, not speaking poetry via dialogue, which is what the role needed. Worth a watch though.
Tamara K (ru) wrote: Good story, aweful topic of course, but worth telling. Makes me think that sometimes people do things because they choose the best out of the worst. She did what she thought was right in an aweful period, and I do think she did the right thing.
Lawrence M (ru) wrote: A quirky, understated Australian comedy. Deeply weird but very very funny.
Jacob G (ca) wrote: Heartwarming on so many levels. It's bold, action-packed, and beautiful to the point of tears. I haven't been this enamored with an animated film since I watched Princess Mononoke.
Michael G (mx) wrote: It can easily be argued that G-Men is nothing more than an FBI recruitment movie, which in a sense it is. But is definitely a great one. James Cagney plays a lawyer turned fed whose benefactor is a mobster whose only wish for him is to go straight. There are plenty of seemingly obligatory plot devices in G-Men, Cagney does... well, Cagney and its a must see for any fan of early mobster movies. The thing I noticed was how Michael Mann's Public Enemies ripped off G-Men's night time raid seemingly verbatim. It's done impeccably here but Public Enemies just got that much shittier...
Mr Movie R (es) wrote: Mark Wahlberg's acting is very con-"Vince"-ing.