Charlie drifts through life as he and his friends enjoy a lifestyle of house parties, casual sex and drugs. However, after breaking into a house to steal a gun, three of the friends (Charlie, Justin and Damien) accidentally awaken the owner, a hefty Jamaican man who promptly chases them into the street with a golf club. The trio escape, much to the amusement of Justin and Damien.
Writer:Nick Love (screenplay), Dominic Eames (screenplay), Nick Love (story)
Charlie is a London youngster who,with his friends,indulges in streaking and petty crime. However he aspires to better himself though his reckless friend Justin ruins his chances of working... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ryan D (au) wrote: Don't get the bad reviews it's an awesome shoot em up movie
joao b (de) wrote: Million Dollar Baby traz um roteiro emocionante e surpreendente acompanhado da direo sob-medida de Clint Eastwood e atuao competente de Hilary Swank.
David K (de) wrote: Typical, hackneyed, terrible Bollywood.
Jesse F (gb) wrote: One of the best stoner comedies ever made, thanks to Ice Cube and the hilarious Chris Tucker.
Ethan P (us) wrote: Simple, but heartfelt and breathtakingly filmed, this is a great movie about a disenchanted Civil War hero who finds himself at home with the Native Americans in the Midwest.
Brody M (it) wrote: A good horror movie spoof but not as good as Student Bodies even though it almost comes close.The bath tub scene was hilarious
Nishlank J (jp) wrote: The movie is great because it not only showcases the brutality of a war upon its 'partcipants' but more importantly it is different because it is very cultural in a sense that we are shown various elements of Japansese/Asian attitudes towards war situations, for example, surrender, salt, companionship, etc.The performaces of the main character is haunting and captivating; well matched by other characters in the movie. It is a shame that such movies aren't made anymore and I'd like to be given a chance to see it in a cinema.
Sully F (de) wrote: I saw this when I was a little girl and remember loving it so much. Haven't seen it as an adult but I will still rate it 5 for never leaving my memory.
Joanna N (it) wrote: Convincing performances by Tatum and Ruffalo but Carrell looks odd in the appearance altering prosthetics and is unable to bring out any depth in his role which might help us understand his actions. The film felt a tad overlong for me.
Jim L (it) wrote: I usually like Lifetime type movies, but this one was not even that good for that category.
Chris G (nl) wrote: Gene Hackman continued his run of following up The French Connection with Night Moves, a modern noir tale where there is more going on than what the surface shows us. Hackman plays Harry Moseby, a retired NFL player who works as a private investigator. He takes the jobs the big agencies don't want, for example an ex movie star (Janet Ward) is searching for her runaway daughter. Harry gets the job. The thing is that Harry's problems go beyond the case. His wife (Susan Clark) is fooling around on him, leaving him to his work and only his work. The case leads him to Florida where he finds teenage Delly (Melanie Griffith) and Paula (Jennifer Warren), an eccentric resident of the Keys who attracts the curiosity of Harry. It's in Florida that the case begins to go beyond a simple runaway. Night Moves owes a debt to the old days, where the private dick was always in way over his head and love was never his strong suit. Hackman's portrayal is one of being coy to being naive. His life is a roller coaster of emotion that never gets back to the station to let on a new batch of people. This is Harry's ride until the very end and even as the credits roll you're just not sure how Harry is going to wind up- on his feet or in the ditch. Though not as probing as Taxi Driver, Night Moves can be considered a prime example of mid-1970's film making. There's a feel about moves made between Kent State and Star Wars. The general feeling in films was that either A) No one could be a hero or B) The hero wins, but doesn't win. Aftereffects of Vietnam? Watergate? Who knows, but there is a general tone in this era that Night Moves is also stamped with, combining with the noir aspect of the pathetic detective helps this film be better than it could have been.
Norm d (nl) wrote: Is Vikander ever other than terrific in her roles? Even "The Man from U.N.C.L.E." !! She's very good here in a serious role that reminds a bit of "A Very Long Engagement." The cinematography is gorgeous with the SONY Cinealta F65 digital capture system. The only down note, handheld camera adds a 3rd unseen party to intimate shots and should nearly never be used. Get the sticks. A good movie with a serious tone throughout - based on the real gal & her autobiography.