Harsh Times

Harsh Times

Jim Davis is an ex-Army Ranger who finds himself slipping back into his old life of petty crime after a job offer from the LAPD evaporates. His best friend is pressured by his girlfriend Sylvia to find a job, but Jim is more interested in hanging out and making cash from small heists, while trying to get a law enforcement job so he can marry his Mexican girlfriend.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:116 minutes
  • Release:2005
  • Language:English,Spanish,Korean
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dancer,   explosion,   prostitute,  

A tough-minded drama about two friends in South Central Los Angeles and the violence that comes between them. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Kevin M (fr) wrote: An indie film is a (usually) low budget, unpopular, and unconventional film. Essentially, it's not going to be recognized by the masses, at least in the beginning of it's lifetime. Captain Fantastic could not be any more indie if it tried: it's attack on what is considered conventional behavior, and an attack on America's own vanity. Ben (Viggo Mortensen) has been raising his kids with his wife in the wilderness for a decade, shielding them from the media that younger generations are exposed to. In turn, they're all incredibly well-read with Olympian bodies and a raw outlook on life. Viggo Mortensen's bravura is entrancing, and the children are all excellent as well. With sweeping vistas of northwest America and a stunning soundtrack, it's also a technical achievement. The ideals presented here made me question my own ways of life, and these are the most valuable kinds of films. Captain Fantastic is a beautiful and sobering film that made me laugh and cry at the same time, and I'm so thankful that it was made.

Mongky M (de) wrote: Good thrilling-horror. The story is mysterious and gradually solved by steps. Sanook along the whole film but unfortunately the ending quite screw up.

David J (de) wrote: The story is even more buried under crazy action than before. The whole movie feels really pointless, but there is still a degree of fun to be had.

Nick G (kr) wrote: Not sure why.. but I loved this movie and want to watch it again. That being said, I can definitely understand why someone might not like it too. It is what it is.. if you want a nice horror comedy focusing on the survival of a small batch of individuals against an infestation of giant bugs, you won't be disappointed. If that sounds ridiculous to you.. you'll find the movie ridiculous. It's likely not going to appeal to someone just wanting a horror movie, or a comedy, or even a horror comedy.. it's going to appeal to someone wanting a modern, quirky, giant bug flick that isn't Eight Legged Freaks.

Timothy F (ag) wrote: A remarkable documentary about refusing to give up a fight for justice even when the odds are stacked against you. The perseverance of Hunt's lawyers is incredible, and Hunt's peaceful commitment to the pursuit of justice regardless of how long it takes is amazing.

Criss T (mx) wrote: I want to own this film

Michael D (de) wrote: Enjoyable family comedy set in a Buenos Aires Jewish community. The central father/son narrative didn't completely work for me but the performances, direction and dialogue all worked a treat.

Nikki V (it) wrote: denys arcand a fait bien mieux wue sa!

Abel D (au) wrote: A British Director giving us the story of America's discovery by an Italian, backed by Spain, '1492' is amazing on a technical level, with gorgeous cinematography and production values that make you believe you are seeing the actual events, and a haunting yet pungent score by Vangelis. However, it's during the script's second act that the film loses its way, devolving into a generic jungle-action picture, complete with Michael Wincott as a fiendish & sneering Spanish nobleman who mistreats the natives because... well, he's rich and can do that.

jesse k (au) wrote: Don't buy this plastic movie. Don't watch it. It's garbage.

Karyn C (gb) wrote: I love a good folk tale, especially those of Isaac Bashevis Singer, but I never understood the fascination with this movie. Seriously. Someone, please, explain why some people are fascinated beyond reason. I found this unwatchable through to its conclusion.

Jason J (jp) wrote: This movie is basically a huge attack on Catholicism. We've got a randy priest, lesbian nuns and all sorts of torture involving whipping going on here. No wonder this movie is so controversial. Decent enough storyline of an undercover nun trying to find out what happened to her dead mother.

Logan G (ca) wrote: Good Lord! An Actual Grindhouse... Words cannot describe the artistic horror.

Morgan G (au) wrote: Another stellar MST3K episode which features this gem: What I'm about to say may sound strange, but I think we should eat this corpse.

Julian L (mx) wrote: I think Werner Von Braun may have waited on line for 2o hours to see this film as a teenager!A true science fiction film, fictional science not science fantasy the rocket staging area and launch sequence is genius. A underwater launch is still on the drawing board at NASA, its 80 years before its time.

Bekod A (it) wrote: There'e always a happy ending for Rath and Electra.

A5J4D X (gb) wrote: 7/10 A great comedy but a powerful message left for thought.