Four policemen go undercover and infiltrate a gang of football hooligans hoping to root-out their leaders. For one of the four, the line between 'job' and 'yob' becomes more unclear as time passes . . . . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Cody S (ag) wrote: Xavier Dolan, enfant terrible of Qubecois filmmaking has done a great service for the French-Canadian film industry, breathing life and showing movies about French-Candians in French Canada can be moneymakers. Showing us Americans about "Novelle-France" for which we are mostly ignorant about.With that said, I enjoyed Dolan stretching his wings and trying something out of his comfort zone (typical Dolan is "I killed my mother", "Heartbeats", "Laurence Anyways"). Off the bat, we get Dolan's satire on love. He is writing a typical lovesick poem on a napkin but unexpectedly finishes with "There is nothing left to do put replace you". If that isn't shocking enough of a start to a movie, we have Francis (Pierre-Yves Cardinal) Guillaume's older brother who's not only physically and mentally abusive to Tom (Dolan) but there is a kind of twisted sexual energy played aptly by both actors. Agathe (Lise Roy) is also a dreamy, mentally unstable mother who becomes the go-between of both Francis and Tom. The dnouement sends the viewer into a state of shock when "Sarah" (Evelyne Brochu) tells the truth about his soulmate Guillaume, making one ask oneself, Was the napkin note written before or after the events of the film?All in all, I enjoyed his almost Nouvelle-Vagues to the film. The remaining accredited spoken roles ( Manuel Tadros, Anne Caron & Jaques Lavalle) are perfect in showing the vignette of small-town, rural Qubec life.
Jim T (us) wrote: Visually one of the best Marvel movies. Story was good too. Just so clumsily delivered. Shame
Riky N (jp) wrote: setting tempatnya cm dihutan, dr siang tiba2 malem..aneh
Kamran M (fr) wrote: its absolutly amazing movie
Kyle R (fr) wrote: I thought this was a good movie even though there are plenty of annoying characters it only makes the good characters great. A decent story that is very different and sometimes there are very graphic and violent scenes. A major issue I had with the movie though was its very abrupt ending and barely had any closure. Overall a good movie about teens who try new things involving gangsters and the hood life.
Ryan H (au) wrote: Like Hunger Games but actually good.
John M (es) wrote: Dumb adolescent sex farce, slightly redeemed by realizing that that's all it is, and accordingly taking some entertaining detours.
Michael H (nl) wrote: Lukas Moodysson is remarkably adept at creating movies with credible, naturalistic representations of teen girls. This is an adorable after school special sort of story but with little of the artifice and a bit more grit.
Andrew M (es) wrote: Like Meatballs, which Hold Ramis co-wrote a year prior, Caddyshack is a disjointed comedy with a lot of aspects that really work, and a lot of aspects that don't. There's multiple subplots happening at one in Caddyshack: you have the feud between country club co-founder Judge Elihu Smalls (Ted Knight) and hot-headed Al Czervik (Rodney Dangerfield), you have Danny Noonan (Michael O'Keefe) working as a caddy and hoping to gather up a scholarship for college, you have the womanizing Ty Webb (Chevy Chase) wrapped up in the golf games, and you have the antics of Carl (Bill Murray) as he attempts to rid the country club of a gopher infestation. The moments where Chase and Murray are the focus are truly the highlights, the latter in particular being extra hilarious in a role that was completely ad-libbed and proving once more his ability to improve a film with his presence alone.Unfortunately, those two have the least amount of screentime in the film: a majority of the movie is focused on Dangerfield and Knight, and the characters involved in their subplot. Frankly speaking, their portion of the film is dull, and rarely packs the same kind of comedic punch as Animal House (another Ramis screenwriting outing), and the same kind of comedic punch that we know these actors are capable of. It seems to try to aim for brief stints of character development as well, but it lacks the sweet charm of the main relationship in Meatballs. It does have the same kind of deliberate aimlessness of Meatballs and Animal House, which at least allows for light and mostly entertaining viewing. This one just missed out on that birdie, and will have to settle for a par.
Cathleen K (it) wrote: Blaxploitation kung fu movie that would have been awesome if TNT Jackson was Pam Grier or if she could realistically throw a punch. And I had no idea Stan Shaw is the cousin of Sam Cooke.
Brandon P (ca) wrote: the best football movie ive ever seen so good that this movie fits my top 10 thts all that needs to be said.
Ibraheem M (au) wrote: Too dull and Walter Salles made a bad decision in casting Kristen Stewart in his film.