Hot Stuff

Hot Stuff

When a police department's burglary task force is facing the possibility of being shut down because of their low conviction rate decides to try a new approach to apprehending their targets. They take over a pawn shop where thieves go to unload their merchandise. They record them as they bring stuff in and get them to tell them where they got it. Eventually they're threatened by the mob.

Three cops try to set up a sting by establishing their own Fencing operation. They have less than complete support from above and as they begin mingling more and more with the underworld ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Shawn H (au) wrote: Thoughtful and thought-provoking, intense, and flawlessly executed. I'm so happy that I saw this (it was in my DVR for months before I finally got around to it), but every time I mention it to someone I have to say "It's TangerineS, with an S, not Tangerine -- that's a movie about transexuals and all that rubbish.

Amber C (nl) wrote: LOVE the soundtrack!

Bill R (gb) wrote: So, ignoring other reviews and watched this. Glad I did though. It's another 'found footage' movie but it works well for this one. Starts off slowish but there's a reason behind it and all if it makes sense in the end. When it comes to the climax, it grabs you and doesn't let you go until everythin is said and done. Nice little horror flick.

Rute 8 (ca) wrote: Passa longe da lista de favoritos. Espera muito desse filme e foi uma grande decepo.

Alberto Z (kr) wrote: Good photography. Bad script. Boring... Nothing new...but good photography. The emotion is 0.. is not there... Good movie to sleep very well after see it

Ariana M (kr) wrote: This movie is crazy in the most delightful way. Definitely meant for those with a more artsy personality, as some of the visuals can be really avant garde. The story in itself is simple, but still touching.

Jack B (br) wrote: weakest of the early ones

Guillaume H (fr) wrote: A political fable about what it implies to sell your soul for success with no consideration for the greater scheme, it construct a caracter who, even though he is annoyingly vain, the viewer cant reject him. His obliviousness is not depicted as stupididty but commitment to another goal. The directing and writing emphasize all the right points, ands its well paced for such a heavy topic that could have crumbled under its own weight.

WS W (ru) wrote: Truffaut's vindication for women's legs-chaser, or "womanizer" as what we name today. Average overall but undeniably some in-depth observation & depiction. Nevertheless, strong charactered woman (Nelly Borgeaud's Delphine in this one) is still the most appealing one in Truffaut's eyes.

Michelle M (jp) wrote: Eh..Intresting story, acting not so hot, awesome photography, subtitles are annoying, plot goes nowhere...don't waste your time

Brad S (gb) wrote: I liked this film noir from Samuel Fuller. I haven't seen many Richard Widmark films, but though he was great in this. The Cold War themed story is decent, and the camera work excellent. Thelma Ritter was also excellent. Worth watching for classic movie lovers!

Bradley W (de) wrote: Earned its spot on the list of worst video game adaptations of all time. Just bad all around.

Anthony D (kr) wrote: Bill Murray almost shines as FDR while Laura Linney's Daisy underwhelms and Samuel West and Olivia Colman play a sort of comic subplot as a young man asking FDR for US's help in the war and getting a father figure to boot. After I watched it, I booted it off my DVR.

Ryan L (de) wrote: Very underrated movie. love it

Heather M (kr) wrote: The narrator's identity was an unexpected surprise worth a chuckle after this train wreck of a family holiday get together.

Michael T (mx) wrote: One of the best in the wave of early 1970s "Blaksplotation" films, this features Godfrey Cambridge and the great Raymond St Jacques on the trail of a group of holdup men who rip off a "Back to Africa" rally in Harlem. There is a somewhat dodgy preacher (Calvin Lockhart) and a white holdup artist (JD Cannon, soon to be Dennis Weaver's boss on TV's McCLOUD), and a cameo appearance by the late Red Foxx (soon to be on TV's SANFORD & SON). The movie was filmed on location in Harlem and can be thought of as one of those gritty (and grainy) films that showed a decaying NYC during this period. The film is a lot of fun as the various principles wind up chasing around a bale of cotton that switches hands several times (why is this bale so important, watch the film & find out).