Favela Rising

Favela Rising

A man emerges from the slums of Rio to lead the nonviolent cultural movement known as Afro-reggae.

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Andy G (fr) wrote: Age of tomorrow is the bottom of the barrel type Syfy cheesy stuff that should stay on the SyFy channel but does have some alien invasion better ok. kelly hu and Robert Picardo star in the sky bad sci-fi movie. D+ (2014)

Sarah E (de) wrote: Utterly beautiful in every aspect including landscape and music

Katy M (gb) wrote: Take a mix of fantasy, creativity, originality and witty humor and you get Stardust. Awesome cast...Robert De Niro as Captain Shakespeare made my life

Anthony J (us) wrote: A very sweet with a great message and surprisingly heartfelt Rom Com, Black and Paltrow have great chemistry as well.

Kevin t (ca) wrote: If our country would just watch this movie, it would bring everyone together. It's a great example of just how powerful our country could be if everyone came together. Whites, blacks, gays, everyone unites in this movie and having one goal in mind.... Win together!!! Nothing is more powerful than one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for ALL! Watch this movie!!!

willie M (nl) wrote: gangsta movie bk in the days

John N (it) wrote: I hate it and it's so boring

Jason D (de) wrote: During the 80's, every sub-genre of film imaginable was fun, entertaining, and riddled with over-the-top cheese, especially the women-in-prison films, and Reform School Girls is no exception. After a botched robbery with her boyfriend, Jenny (Linda Carol) is sent to an unpleasant reform school for juvenile girls where she has to contend with all sorts of threats. After the girls go through their prerequisite showers, butthole cleansing, delousing, etc, they are thrown into their dorms where buxom, half-nude women walk around, touching each other and themselves whilst listening to good ole 80's rock (yes, over the top). Jenny and the other new girls have to contend with top dog of the dorm Charlie (late rocker Wendy O. Williams, with a face like a train wreck, but god damn, that body was rocking), touch, sexy warden Sutter (Sybil Danning, another freaking hot body of the 80's that tragically does NOT get naked in this film), and head guard Edna (the late Pat Ast, the film's key villain). All the key elements to a female prison film (showering, torture, sex, violence, mass amounts of nudity, and death) are all abundant in this film. Top billed Wendy O. Williams is fun to watch, especially since she's pretty much in thong and bra throughout the film's entirety. Aside from Williams and Danning being the top stars, the prisoners are also exceptional, including Friday the 13th alum Tiffany Helm (Violet in part 5) and Darcy DeMoss (Nikki from part 6). Most of the women get naked in this (always nice), save for the token fat, ugly chick (very considerate of the filmmakers). Ast is a great villain in this, but thankfully, she stays clothed as well. Director Tom DeSimone was kind enough to take a break from directing gay porn and give us this (and Hell Night!). Definitely a campy, corny, and cheesy film of the 80's, so if you are into that sort of thing (like myself), you'll dig this film. If not, stop being a dumbass and move along to something more suitable.

Matt H (ca) wrote: Solid submarine movie, though not a favorite of mine. I saw the director's cut, and it's just too long. Despite its run time and its time spent on character development, no one really stands out for me. Perhaps its a language problem, or perhaps it's because it fully embraces being an ensemble movie. Some very tense scenes, and it does seem to be have set the template for all other modern submarine movies.

Evan N (de) wrote: Executioners from Shaolin

Kevin R (jp) wrote: How would you like to get a cemetery plot as a wedding gift? A family member dies and leaves the position of director of the cemetery to his son. The son reluctantly takes on the position and ventures down to the cemetery to understand how the place works operationally. The business man is shown a map that is marked white for still alive and black for dead and in the ground. The business man discovers if he marks someone black that is alive the person dies. Is it the map or purely a coincidence? "The only question is does a man die during his own time or the map's." Albert Band, director of Ghoulies II, She Came to the Valley, Honey I Blew up the Kids, Robot Wars, and Grand Canyon Massacre, delivers I Bury the Living. The storyline for this picture is very entertaining and the death scenes are pretty good. The acting is very solid and the cast includes Richard Boone, Theodore Bickel, Peggy Maurer, and Howard Smith. "He marked the young couple for death." I DVR'd this picture this past Halloween and just now got around to seeing it. I can say I adored this picture and found it fun to watch unfold. It is not a perfect picture or particularly intense but I found it very entertaining and worth viewing. I strongly recommend giving this film a shot. "All you do is show up once a week and sign the checks." Grade: B+

Sindhu S (gb) wrote: Quite a change from suspense movies, Shirley's pixie haircut is too darn cute!

kaleb l (it) wrote: If you Liked the First Film, Then Give this one a shot, While it is not close to being as good as the First, it is still an Entertaining Film. Full of Action in the second half, and of course Gill Man.Not Much to say in this reveiw besides, Its a worthy Sequal.

Wes D (us) wrote: Decent movie but jessica alba in a bikini, there is nothing better!

Daniel A (us) wrote: Pretty good 80's teen sex comedy! Took me til now to see it.

Justin T (jp) wrote: Quite stylish and actually surprisingly good. A well told story with great cinematography. This is before De Palma started to put out stinkers (or maybe towards the beginning of when, anyway)

Benjamin F (jp) wrote: While a brilliant film in terms of the technical aspects, it could have benefited from a faster narrative for the first and second acts. The final "conclusion" comes down like a surging wave of electrical film making energy and tension. Jessica Chasten is also remarkable here.