Four policemen go undercover and infiltrate a gang of football hooligans hoping to route out their leaders. For one of the four, the line between 'job' and 'yob' becomes more unclear as time passes . . .

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:107 minutes
  • Release:1995
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:fight,   police,   adultery,  

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Paul D (br) wrote: As much as I like Jason Momoa I do not think he did a very good job at directing this movie. I found it to be slow and boring. The characters were bland and story is vague. I did not like this one.

Sean W (gb) wrote: one of the most boring movies I've seen in a good while. Other people can go enjoy this film but I will not be watching this movie again

Mikey M (nl) wrote: Brooding film that covers loneliness, despair and forgiveness in the portraiture of its characters. A really excellent achievement considering the budget restraints.

Lady D (gb) wrote: Just a very average films, watchable yet missable. Of course the appeal for me with this film was the mention of serial killer, hmmm, I'll let you decide what you think about that one.

Cody L (jp) wrote: Great movie with some great twists. I actually enjoy this one more than Kiss the Girls.

Jenna W (ru) wrote: I definitely wasn't expecting an Oscar winning performance out of a movie like "Dear God" but I still enjoyed it. It was cute.

Jonathan G (au) wrote: It's actually a very good horror movie surprisingly not as stupid the plot is simple but does it right it there are actually some intense moments in it

Billy T (br) wrote: Oh, Edie. I love you.

David G (kr) wrote: Hilarious, hyperactive and sexy, this exploitation parody film has style with writing credit from the late legendary film critic Roger Ebert.

Ryan G (gb) wrote: Oliver Stone called this, 'The best business movie ever made,' and it was his inspiration for making Wall Street. Does it live up to expectations? Somewhat...Whilst the internal politics certainly has authenticity, it sometimes drifts too far into soap-like drama, rather than a power struggle. With that said, when the idealistic VP complains about a co-worker, saying:"Improve the profits but never the product. To him the whole company is just a curve on a chart," you can almost hear Martin Sheen's idealism from Wall Street three decades later.There have been many, better business films made in the last three decades, especially since the GFC, but Executive Suite is worth a view, to see where the genre has come from.

Carissa L (ru) wrote: incredible musical that involves friendship, improv, and spectacular music and dance sequences

Justin B (ru) wrote: Rob Cohen directing Tyler Perry as Alex Cross; WHO THE F*CK THOUGHT THIS WAS A GOOD IDEA?

Cody M (es) wrote: A strong international story.

David P (gb) wrote: One of best films ever made. Incredible action, awesome plot. Characters you can really connect with and watch again and again

Chris W (jp) wrote: This is a grim and gritty slice-of-life look at the exploits and downfall of a rowdy gang of neo-Nazi skinhead punks in suburban Melbourne.Starring Russell Crowe, this is the film that elevated from the position of just another up and coming actor with a music career on the side to international star...which in turn then eventually lead him to major notice a few years later when Hollywood came calling. As the gang's leader Hando, he's great. You could argue that this role is just a typical attention bait sort of thing, especially when it allows for some real histrionics, but he pulls it off well, and is pretty convincing and chilling. Daniel Pollock appears as Hndo's right hand man Davey, and Jacqueline McKenzie is Gabe- the troubled junkie that becomes the object of their affection.The movie is fairly light on hard plot, but it's not totally aimless. It doesn't really give too much insight into the seeds of racial hatred, or have extensive character development, but as a glimpse into the Australian version of this particular subculture it is very successful.The film can be quite chaotic and unpleasant, but it's fitting, and the film uses mise-en-scene to great effect to really make this stark and dark wasteland come alive. Seriously, the film plays out like a documentary at times, which I think is one of it's strengths. It does actually have character development, but it seems to mostly uses the neo-Nazi angle as just a thing instead of exploring it fully along the lines of something like American History X.For a low-budget non-U.S. indie though, it is a decent piece of work. It's rough, but ultimately saved by good cinematography, good production/costume design, and great performances, especially from Crowe.

Angelo B (br) wrote: ARE YOU SERIOUS? What are all these reviewers on? This could very well be the worst movie you ever see. The dialog and characters unbelievable, and when you take into account that the whole movie is just a dialog in a single room--well that's the whole movie.I noticed that some people mentioned he turns out to be Jesus, and there were religious discussions. Fortunately, I cut my losses and never got to that. I kept waiting for a flashback depicting some of the periods they were talking about--you know to give the movie some tiny redeeming quality. But after getting far enough into the movie, I skipped ahead to see if it was just all talk, and yep.So I'm utterly flabbergasted as to the attraction of this movie. We already have seen much better executed movies about immortals (e.g. the Highlander) and how it might be interesting how they have affected history and played certain roles. How on earth did this movie get such high ratings?

Jens S (it) wrote: You can tell that director Braff is trying to repeat the quirkiness and humor of his masterpiece Garden State, just with a much bigger budget (which makes for a damn fine looking film). And it actually works for most of the film, sadly not all of it. Still, overall his take on death, family and religion is funny, touching and raises some very good and refreshing points. The actors are great and Braff still know great songs to pick for the right moments. Most importantly, many of the scenes are very memorable.