Mahmut, the son of a poor Turkish greengrocer in the Netherlands, dreams of escaping his retail fate by becoming a rapper. But things change radically when he and his best friend Apo find out that a dangerous Turkish gang is extorting money from their fathers. With the help of the police they go undercover within that gang - but can these two aspiring rappers succeed?
- Stars:Georgina Verbaan, Jeroen van Koningsbrugge, Jack Wouterse, Mimoun Ouled Radi, John Jones, Cahit Ölmez, Gamze Tazim, Negativ, Beau van Erven Dorens, Önder Dogan, Marco Maas, Yes-R, Fatma Genç, Ali Cifteci, Ergun Simsek,
- Director:Paul Ruven,
- Writer:Paul Ruven (screenplay), Orhan Sahin (screenplay)
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(ca) wrote: A once mighty franchise comes crashing down to earth
(jp) wrote: This was another good one. I like that they took the continuation of the Bender's big score arc in a totally different and irrelevant direction. It's the perfect way to continue the saga because that's what Futurama is about. One day they're repelling an alien invasion, the next day they're fixing a rupture in the space continuum as if this is an every day thing. I only wished that the conclusion of this film had a consequence for the next one.
(gb) wrote: although nick Broomfields accent makes you wanna punch him in the face when he starts talking about hip hop... this documentary is actually pretty amazing and raises some pretty interesting questions.... Suge Knight did it.
(ca) wrote: I don't think there is another movie that so exemplifies the cyber-"thriller" trend of the mid-nineties as this one. It's so so dumb, yet in its idiocy, it's never dull.
(gb) wrote: One of the classics of Indian cinema. I must say it was way ahead of its time. The climax scene from Kamal Hassan is arguably the best performance in hindi cinema. The movie is very touching with great performances by Kamal Hassan & Sridevi.
(kr) wrote: Would've liked to have seen a deeper ending, but there's plenty of character action and Samurai butt-kicking to satisfy.
(br) wrote: The Seven-Ups is an underrated crime thriller which remains unseen by many yet features not only a fantastic shootout at the end but quite possibly the greatest car chase ever filmed. Scheider is excellent here as the lead, growing from his supporting role in The French Connection and really holding his own. The above mentioned car chase has to be seen to be believed as it is just fantastic. This film still holds up well to this day which is a testament to the talent involved.
(de) wrote: OK, a little late to review the movie given it's 63 years old but recently saw it on the big screen and it really holds up well as one of the classics of America cinema.
(de) wrote: Much, much better than Frozen. It didn't need to be mentioned that it's "far from Disney's greatest film" while Frozen's consensus says it "adds another worthy entry to the Disney canon". Seriously? Have these critics even watched both movies or are they just going off what the publicity of the movies told them to think?