I Went Down

I Went Down

Fresh out of prison, Git rescues a former best friend (now living with Git's girlfriend) from a beating at the hands of loan sharks. He's now in trouble with the mob boss, Tom French, who sends Git to Cork with another debtor, Bunny Kelly, to find a guy named Frank Grogan, and take him to a man with a friendly face at a shack across a bog. It's a tougher assignment than it seems: Git's a novice, Bunny's prone to rash acts, Frank doesn't want to be found (and once he's found, he has no money), and maybe Tom's planning to murder Frank, which puts Git in a moral dilemma. Then, there's the long-ago disappearance of Sonny Mulligan. What's a decent and stand-up lad to do?

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:107 minutes
  • Release:1997
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dancer,   escape,   murder,  

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Peter B (jp) wrote: The two lead performances are strong and of course the music is great, it just lacks a compelling story.

Kevin D (ca) wrote: Tsukamoto has never made something so conventional, but it was decent overall.

Jason V (fr) wrote: Fucking hippies!Shoot them all!

Nick R (fr) wrote: While this is well shot, edited, and sometimes pretty to look at, the film is absolutely terrible. The story arc is a mess. The dialog is crap. The audio is crap. The set design and costumes were good, but you could tell more thought was put in to costumes and makeup than the actual story itself. Save yourself the trouble and watch El Topo instead if you want weird western cinema.

Nicole P (ru) wrote: Once again, Kyle Schmid!!!

Sarah B (jp) wrote: Having actually lived through this episode (Mrs. Harris killed Dr. Tarnower during my senior year at Madeira), this was kinda hard to watch. Annette Benning did a good job capturing all Jean Harris' mannerisms, and the make up and costumes were spot-on. The stuff covering the Madeira years was way off- the writer/director could have done better homework. If the writer is right about the prescription drug abuse and depression, however, it explains a lot about Mrs. Harris' erratic behavior during that time.

Gimly M (us) wrote: Raw Nerve (the company behind Hostel I, II and III) brought us its only other entry way back in 2005 with Tim Sullivan's 2001 Maniacs (a more-or-less-remake of the 60's horror 2000 Maniacs). It stars Horror Royalty Robert Englund (Original Nightmare on Elm Street Franchise, Supernatural, Zombie Strippers, Behind the Mask, Hatchet, Wishmaster, Urban Legend, Eaten Alive) and (to a lesser extent( Lin Shaye (Insidious, Mega Spider, Snakes on a Plane, The Hillside Strangler, Alone in the Dark) as the veritable King and Queen of the vengeful South.I'm more or less guaranteed to give anything with Robert Englund (above) in it a try. Most any B-Horror movie, too. So with those to boxes ticked I decided it was high time I got 'round to giving it a view. There's not a whole lot to be said about it though, in earnest. It was a perfectly adequate way to spend an hour and twenty', but I don't really think it will ever warrant a second viewing. The kills are well and truly decent (in a way that could probably have been improved with a little extra cashmonies), so they obviously don't lack imagination in its entirety.The acting, though not atrocious, left much to be desired. Still, it was good enough to not out-and-out ruin the rest of it, which in B horror is really as much as you can need. It's not a deep area, the kind of film you'd watch while you wax philosophical with your ANU buddies, B-Horror is the kind of movie you smoke a blunt with your UC buddies to. And in that, 2001 Maniacs is worthy.Not really in anything else though.I took nothing away from the film. I loved no actor, no character, no crew member, no kill, no effect, nothing. The reveal would have been nice if they hadn't have already given it away on the back of the DVD cover. It scraped by with the absolute minimum amount of impression to make me watch the sequel (2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams). But that's not saying a whole lot.52%-Gimly

Eddie O (jp) wrote: I haven't gotten to the end of this flick but it's not doing anything for me.

Ben R (mx) wrote: This deserves at least one star because of some of the icicles in the eyes scenes. The rest of this is like a bad soap opera with a few murders thrown in. Very terrible late 80's slasher but if you're a slasher fiend or fanatic you'll want this in your collection.

Bradley P (fr) wrote: Au Revoir Les Enfants is a profoundly touching film of friendship and betrayal. A lack of romanticized memories of a childhood plays out similar to the themes found in The 400 Blows and If... Louis Malle`s film is an expertly constructed character based drama which focuses on xenophobia through it`s Nazi occupied France in which the characters reside.

Shane D (ru) wrote: During the mid to late 80s, when your only access to the Star Wars universe was when the networks decided to play the original trilogy once a year, the Ewok films (specifically this one) helped fill in the gaps. Watching it many years later, it obviously hasn't held up well, and nostalgia doesn't quite cut it in parts. That being said, despite their being some terrible dialogue between the human actors, the Ewok aspect elements of the film aren't total shite. I mean they are, but they aren't the worst things you'll see. There is some genuine magic in amongst some sequences. Some.

Mark P (ru) wrote: The Richard Donner Cut

First L (kr) wrote: Steve McQueen in a different role and I forgot how pretty Linda Evans was. This is a decent western and an older Steve McQueen plays the part very well. Trouble is the story, although apparently true, moves a bit slow. The characters never really develop, so it just becomes a movie made up of a bunch of isolated scenes. Maybe that was the point and I just missed it. OK for a Sunday afternoon, but that's about it.

Alex M (de) wrote: Life in the big house Demme style! NOT BAD AT ALL!!!

Adam B (ag) wrote: I saw this many years ago at the alamo drafthouse in austin maybe in 1997 and to a 7 year old kid, this movie was freaking amazing. What is to hate about a giant Frankenstein's monster fighting giant tortoises!!! This movie is absolutely amazing

Scott S (gb) wrote: Annie Get Your Gun (1950) -- [6.0] -- This movie version of Irving Berlin's musical is chintzy fun kept afloat by cartoonish performances from leads Betty Hutton and Howard Keel. Watching the movie at this end of the feminist movement can be frustrating. While Annie Oakley is presented as a strong, brutish character, she ultimately stifles herself to win the love of Frank Butler (Keel). The film is also considered racist for its stereotypical depiction of native Americans. The staging of the musical numbers isn't particularly inspired, but some of the songs are good enough on their own, including the iconic number, "No Business Like Show Business". The highlight of the film, at least for me, is Annie and Frank's dueling duet of "Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better".

Wes S (it) wrote: Familiar credits, familiar story, yet the characters are uninspired and slow. It takes a while for the action to pick up, and it never goes far enough. Some decent low-budget make-up, but in the end, it's just another generic vampire flick.

Drago C (es) wrote: Tuh Tup Tuh Tup Tuh Tup Helloooo! Ashens and the Quest for the Gamechild (available on Youtube) is a weird mix of inside jokes, memes and assorted internet stuff from Youtube's best brit tat reviewer. Edited and made as a proper movie with cameos from anybody who's anybody on the British youtubes plus the likes of Robert Llewellyn and Warwick Davis. It's a nice little distraction if you don't set your standards too high and are familiar with Ashens' antics.

Huw G (ru) wrote: Flawed and very dark, but funny and brilliant all the same.

Katja A (nl) wrote: T oli itse asiassa parempi kuin muistin. Kun ei liikaa vertaa Monty Pythoniin niin ihan ok komedia ja onhan se hienoa nhd nin monta hienoa koomikkoa samassa leffassa.