The film is a caustic portrait of a traditional English boys’ boarding school, where social hierarchy reigns supreme and power remains in the hands of distanced and ineffectual teachers and callously vicious prefects in the Upper Sixth. But three Lower Sixth students, leader Mick Travis (Malcolm McDowell), Wallace (Richard Warwick) and Johnny (David Wood) decide on a shocking course of action to redress the balance of privilege once and for all.
- Stars:Malcolm McDowell, David Wood, Richard Warwick, Christine Noonan, Rupert Webster, Robert Swann, Hugh Thomas, Michael Cadman, Peter Sproule, Peter Jeffrey, Anthony Nicholls, Arthur Lowe, Mona Washbourne, Mary MacLeod, Geoffrey Chater,
- Director:Lindsay Anderson,
- Writer:David Sherwin (screenplay), David Sherwin (original script: "Crusaders"), John Howlett (original script: "Crusaders")
In this allegorical story, a revolution led by pupil Mick Travis takes place at an old established private school in England. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(fr) wrote: A well crafted boardroom power struggle, which had me gripped. Great filmb.s
(jp) wrote: Forgettable, like Matthew Broderick's Career.Don't waste your time on this one, nothing convincing about these performances at all
(fr) wrote: Fingerprints (2006) Directed by: Harry BasilR, 1 hr. 35 min.Release Date: October 16, 2006 Woe ..crapola!! if expectations are any higher than suporting the industry for this one then prepare for a little nessesary distraction to stay entertained for the evening.I had`nt seen Kristen Cavallari in a flick yet and was not disappointed to say the least (probably better as a screamer) omg get`s a little dry. Lou Diamond Phillips does have have a moral appeal (with me (from LaBamba-over me as a young teen, quite influential) and is solid enough performing in character as a teacher, mentor and friend to a lovely casted Leah Pipes - playing the lead role as a chick falling for small town ghost story belief that the dead children of a bus and train collision many years ago are retained as supernatural bodies to the town helping any that they think needs it, when err 'crossing the tracks' of this small town.
(it) wrote: Underworld: Evolution tried to built a plot where there really is no space for one. It gets very convoluted and heavy which makes it pretty unenjoyable.
(ag) wrote: After waiting as long as we fans had to, this film was nothing but a bitter disappointment.
(br) wrote: Wasn't too bad of a movie, though some parts were quite dull. I would have to say that it kind of pissed me off sometimes, but overall a decent watch.. pretty interesting as well.
(de) wrote: Newman did his share of mediocre films, but he made every one of them much better, including this one.
(au) wrote: its so diculous, its rediculous
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(ag) wrote: We want more naked stuff!!
(nl) wrote: A classic that never gets old! And probably the only Moon Lee movie I'll get my wife to watch... It was actually her idea to watch it. Hopefully she'll watch the sequel with me, too.
(ag) wrote: Romancing the Stone has its flaws such as some stereotypes, sometimes overwhelming action and a somewhat typical and predictable story, but the film is so adventurous and charming with quite likable Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner, endearing romance, some very memorable set pieces and shots and a genuinely well crafted, intriguing plot.
(us) wrote: Ending was WAY too ambiguous. 1/2 star penalty.
(es) wrote: Just as fun as the original
(es) wrote: American Hustle consists of a brilliant cast who flawlessly deliver their respective lines, but that's pretty much the only beneficial factor for this long and complicating film.
(ru) wrote: Some thought provoking drama.
(fr) wrote: This would have been a pretty good movie except, as one reviewer said, "dialog is forced" and "reading off cue cards." Several characters put the acCENT on the wrong sylLABle... even Christopher Walken severely mispronounced a word because he accented the last syllable... the word "mainSTREAM", as I recall. It sounded like the director was making them do that for some unfathomable reason.
(gb) wrote: John Huston's last film is the moving adaptation of James Joyce's story The Dead, taking place at an upper class family New Year's Eve party in Dublin in 1904, after which a wife confesses a love affair she had long ago to her husband after hearing an old ballad. An intense film, delightful to the eye with the wonderful art direction, and the poetic cinematography that follows the complex actions of that one night well. John Huston really displays his experience and talent with this final great movie, where great performances were required from the cast, and great performances were delivered.