Gangs of New York

Gangs of New York

It's 1863. America was born in the streets. Amsterdam Vallon returns to the Five Points of America to seek vengeance against the psychotic gangland kingpin, Bill the Butcher, who murdered his father years earlier. With an eager pickpocket by his side and a whole new army, Vallon fights his way to seek vengeance on the Butcher and restore peace in the area.

When his father is killed in New York City, Amsterdam Vallon returns in 1863 to hunt down the killer, the ruthless, Bill 'The Butcher' Cutting. It's not easy for Amsterdam as gangs roam a corrupt New York City, with Bill Cutting ruling over everyone. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Gangs of New York torrent reviews

Arianeta L (us) wrote: It?s a wonderful drama film about obsession and alienation, with a little sense of humour that achieves immerse the audience into the story by the brilliant playing of the lead role by Artur Steranko. Leon is the main character a loneliness guy who finds company looking through the window and stoles moments from other people lives. It seems clear that he hasn't been around other people much and that he has been unable to create any kind of relationship with anyone. Anna is blonde nurse who works at the hospital and lives just across the yard from him. One day he witnesses Anna being raped. He approaches close but can do nothing. Later he stammering reports this to the police, a big big mistake, because he ultimately becomes the only suspect. Every scene has been very well directing with wonderful details. Everything in this film scenery, locations, music was chosen carefully to develop characters and plot. Very good film it gave me plenty reasons to enjoy it.

Bill B (nl) wrote: Massively boring documentary about a potential Yakuza and his apprenticeship to a boss.They make organized crime more boring than I could've ever imagined.Pass

Paul L (fr) wrote: Not brilliant, but a pleasant enough little movie.

Tim H (es) wrote: May see this someday just to laugh at it. It's got my man Kane Kosugi in it somewhere, so that's neat.

Matt B (au) wrote: One of my favorite movies. A visual poem that starts off beautiful and ends in tragedy. Brilliantly unconventional and bone-chilling.

Todd S (de) wrote: While you may not know the name Phillip K. Dick, many of the biggest Science Fiction films of the last thirty years have been adaptations of his work. Dick is responsible for the films Blade Runner, The Terminator, Total Recall, Minority Report, and Paycheck just to name a few. Due to the popularity of his work in film and how successful they've been, even a lesser known work like Paycheck has been made into a film. The story includes many of the action sequences and interesting characters associated with Dick's stories, but Paycheck does lack the futuristic Science Fiction that has become Dick's signature, which is the main reason this story isn't as well known as his other works. The story takes place in modern day, where a man is offered an irresistible deal. Jennings (Ben Affleck) is told that if he works on a secret project for the next 3 years, he will receive 100 million dollars. The only catch being that after the 3 years are up, Jennings memory will be erased and he will have no idea what he worked on. As expected, Jennings accepts the deal and returns to his life 3 years later, but nothing is that simple. Soon everyone from the FBI to bounty hunters show up trying to get to him, and the only clues he has come from an envelope he sent himself, containing 19 random items that seem to have little or no value. Ben Affleck stars and by this point we all know how I feel about him. Affleck is a terrific Director, who seems to have little interest in acting anymore. Paycheck however is a 2003 film, a time before Affleck had proven himself and he shows that rare charisma that is only present in his real early work. His performance is outstanding and aided further by his chemistry with co-star Uma Thurman. Thurman is another performer who I find isn't very good unless she's in very specific type of role, and fortunately for Affleck, this is one of those roles. Paycheck is missing the big signature associated with Dick's work and will be somewhat disappointing to his fans. I did miss the futuristic element, but I was intrigued by the mystery Jennings was trying to solve and the 19 items. Combined with the action sequences, (that are always top notch) Paycheck isn't what I expected, but was still very well done and definitely worth watching.

Franck B (au) wrote: "Debarasses Poil de Cul ! Et tu fais chier avec tes proverbes chinois !!!"

(de) wrote: kind confusing. it was hard to stay on track with the plot. but it was all in all a good film.

Tristan G (it) wrote: I love everything that Crispin Glover touches, so I know I'm going to love this. Hell, even if it really really sucks I'll still love it!

Jennifer E (br) wrote: This was actually much more gorier than I thought it would be...not bad. A little cheesy though.

Jonah W (jp) wrote: Campy fun. A fun movie. Flixster is incorrect- it's rated R.

Alexander W (us) wrote: Together with the Project As, my favourite Jackie Chan!

Lawrence S (gb) wrote: A classic. This is one of Vivien Leigh's all-time best performances. It was also her favorite film that she did. The movie is heartbreaking, powerful, and just as effective now - all these years later. Watch Ms. Leigh at the height of her beauty and talent.

Irvin C (us) wrote: My exposure to blaxploitation continues with Pam Grier. And, man, I didn't expect to like this movie as much as I did. The film is clearly a product of the '70s, so much so that it almost feels like a period piece. It's shamelessly trashy and campy yet, oh, so much fun. The film is clearly not high art. The outrageous situations, outfits, some corny dialogue and plot would not be nearly as fun and enjoyable if it weren't for the legitimately great performance by Pam Grier who wonderfully toes the line between grounding the film and basking in all its trashy glory.

Timothy R (it) wrote: If a Science Fiction film is to be taken seriously, it must be believable. I'm no scientist but I'm sure there are several inaccuracies here. I found it hard to believe that a team of experts who are sent into space to save the world are mainly in their 20s and they are reckless enough to get into physical fights with each other over small things. It looks like they were just pulled off the street instead of undergoing years of technical, physical, and mental training. And the catalyst for the movie, the deviation of the course of the ship, is done by one guy, on his own, while everyone is asleep and not even the captain is present. And of course, to quote the character in question, it "fucks up". Gimme a break.