Through dialogues with the owners of penthouses in Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Recife, High-Rise explores the social and cultural mindset of the elite, and the phenomenon of the '... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Official C (mx) wrote: It is overlong and some jokes do not land, but ultimately "Why Him?" does deliver mostly clever humour with its solid cast.
Simon D (es) wrote: This is one of those movies that sell on the cast alone. The story is not important, and it's just as well. It's all about the wise-cracks and the shoot-offs. Quite boring and not as good as the first, as far as I remember.
Jason J (nl) wrote: A future society in an unnamed underground world is composed of a huge metal cased terminal split into many floors with different functions. The outside world is deemed unfit for human habitation. Individuals travel from one level to another in huge people transporters, metal lifts that speed along the exterior of the terminal. Schoolgirl Luchino gets in unawares that she has left a lit cigarette(smoking is illegal in this world) which causes a devastating explosion. Meanwhile other passengers get on and off the people transporter, until there is a message from the Surveillance Bureau. There is going to be an unscheduled stop at level 99. Two prisoners and guards get on and soon the passengers journey is going to turn into a nightmare hence the name of the movie Hellevator.I found this movie to be extremely imaginative with a nightmarish storyline where time is distorted, fantasy and reality is blurred and it provides the viewer with an ending that really is quite audacious and mind blowing. Stylistically, director Hiroki Yamaguchi goes for an almost retro feel in the design of the huge carriers and the world itself. Apparently all the actors gave their services for free for the love of being in this movie, and scrap metal was used to create the future world. How refreshing. This movie proves that it's best to look to the East when seeking to find new concepts in movies, as Hollywood is a stagnant pool at present.
Private U (ru) wrote: A really good plot involving JFK. Also a nice cameo by Bruce Campbell which should have been longer.
Kurt B (au) wrote: Romantic historic film with an ever-actual political message.
Greg R (nl) wrote: A very well-acted, smartly written, thought provoking, optimistic romance film . written and directed by the genius himself Richard Linklater
Cale R (br) wrote: Classic blaxploitation. Very enjoyable as long as you don't take it too seriously.