Stelvio Massi's crime thriller centers on a drifter who sets out to help blue-collar workers rise up against the two powerful families who are exploiting them. After settling in an industrial town and witnessing the cruelty of the factory owners, ex-mercenary Marco (Carlos Monzón) assumes the role of union agitator. When a violent confrontation erupts, the labor leader is driven to bring down the corrupt clans. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Guita I (au) wrote: We had a good laugh. It hits all the right spots for the Iranian community abroad. If you want to see a super silly movie just for fun, this is it :)
Tony C (kr) wrote: Watchable on a rainy day, Script a bit confusing and apart from creepy caretaker guy the acting was grim.
Elgan D (ag) wrote: The final part of the acclaimed Hong Kong crime trilogy continues the gradual deterioration in quality but is still certainly worth a watch.
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Timothy J (nl) wrote: An early outing by Wes Anderson. Rushmore, The Royal Tanenbaums, the Darjeeling Limited, Moon Rise Kingdom, Life Aquatic, and The Grand Budapest Hotel would come later. The classic Wes Anderson characterization is here, but this film meanders a bit.
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Lucas M (es) wrote: Starting Over have a good entertaining and some good laughs that prove a good film. It's not the best movie by Brooks or Pakula, but it's a delightful and nice way to pass the time. Fresh.
Irvin C (gb) wrote: Wow! As in wow. The plot of course is pure soapy melodrama: A love "rectangle" of sorts between two spoiled children of a very rich oil baron, their childhood friend and a woman caught in the middle. He loves her, she marries another, etc. You know the drill. But like with other Douglas Sirk melodramas, he elevates the material into pure cinematic artistry. Absolutely super performances from Rock Hudson, Lauren Bacall, Robert Stack and especially Dorothy Malone who was deliciously wicked althroughout but blew me away with that courtroom scene. Add to that the very expressive Technicolor cinematography by Russell Metty. It is truly an essential masterpiece. I can tell it very heavily influenced a lot of the '80s American primetime soaps.
John D (ru) wrote: Spoiler filled reviewThere aint no school like the Old School and in this Old School Im the headmaster?.Trying to sum this movie up is pretty difficult. There is so much going on from the beginning that it(TM)s really hard to summarize. So, with that said here we go. A Russian high level thug wants to build a stadium in London. To do this he needs to use the "connections" of a local power figure. That would be Lenny: Thug-boss. Lenny and Uri (The Russian) make a deal and agree upon 7,000 euro(TM)s. Uri contacts his accountant to make the deal go through but doesn(TM)t suspect that she wants to do him wrong. That(TM)s where the Wild Bunch comes in. They steal the money and she makes a profit. At the same time Uri gives Lenny a special? painting that holds sentimental and luck purposes until the deal goes through. Lenny(TM)s Rock N Rolla son steals the painting for himself or crack. Things begin to get crazy as the two mob figure(TM)s question each other(TM)s trust and worth as well as trying to figure out who is stealing money and who has the painting.From this point on if you haven(TM)t seen the movie I would stop here. Possible spoilers ahead.I will say that those accents had me thrown off for the first 30 minutes or so. After awhile just like reading subtitles I got used to it. Actually the first 5 minutes were the worst. The story was hard to follow and it was moving way to fast. It(TM)s one of those movies where the closer to the end it gets, the more you understand. In my opinion Lenny was weak. He was supposed to encompass this fear that everyone in London should bow to? Hardly. The scenes with Uri had him acting like a second rate thug. Maybe, that was the direction given but, I thought it to be sad. Mark Strong played his Number 2? (Archie) and I thought he did fantastic. The accountant was played by (Thandie Newton). I have seen Thandie act before and I wasn(TM)t too impressed with her role here. She seemed very dry and hardly into it?. Again, maybe this was the direction she was given but it left me feeling like she was a dead body walking around smoking a cigarette. She also, was a part of the quickest sex scene I have seen in awhile. This poses the question. How did that even happen? She was never interested in Mr. One Two but yet she stops by his house to hit it and quit it and then takes off. I guess Guy Ritchie was tying up loose ends with the painting. The Wild Bunch consisted of many men but the main players were Mr. One Two (Gerard Butler), Mumbles (Idris Elba), & Handsome Bob (Tom Hardy). It is a joy to see these guys in action. Even though there isn(TM)t much development Guy Ritchie had to throw in the Handsome Bob sexuality to help build upon the character(TM)s. It felt a little out of place but it had a purpose. Favorite scene was the 2nd robbery followed by chase by the new Heavies?. Those guys were relentless! Gerard Butler gives a average performance where Idris Elba outshine(TM)s him in less speaking parts. I(TM)ve only seen Tom Hardy previously in The Dark Knight Rises trailers and it(TM)s funny to see him so skinny. I wonder if he(TM)ll show up in a sequel since he(TM)s bulked up so much. Johnny Quid is Lenny(TM)s unwanted son. He is the true RockNRolla. Also, he(TM)s a true crackhead. I didn(TM)t care too much for his character until the end of the movie. He(TM)s actually pretty quotable. Johnny(TM)s Music producers are played by Jeremy Piven & Ludacris. Both have very small parts and as a whole they were mediocre. But every time Ludacris spoke it felt like he had just learned his lines five minutes prior to filming them. Very stiff Luda(TM).On the whole, Guy Ritchie put together a well written movie. Although he didn(TM)t deviate from the Heist movie formula he still made it his own in a way. Hey someone needs to tell these people that once you do a job? and it pays out great then you don(TM)t need to do it again right away. Let the air settle. I don(TM)t think any criminal in their right mind would do a job? back to back and not expect something bad to happen. This movie was cookie cutter but Ritchie was able to include many characters and although each didn(TM)t have much screen time they all were hashed out as well developed individuals. A balancing act for sure. I was intrigued that the whole movie was based on a mob deal. I say mob just because they keep their receipts, this ain(TM)t the mafia?.Comic Book Movie Plus? Mark Strong - Green Lantern, Tom Hardy - The Dark Knight Rises, Gerard Butler - 300, & Idris Elba - Thor & Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance.
Rodney E (ru) wrote: A comedy that's not funny and a T and A stripper movie fronting with a lame-0 divorcee and I gotta get custody of my kid from my rotten ex-husband. I had high hopes for naked Demi and the few scenes are cool. I wish I had what Burt Reynolds was sniffing.