Free Hand for a Tough Cop (Italian: Il trucido e lo sbirro, also known as Tough Cop) is an Italian poliziottesco-action film directed in 1976 by Umberto Lenzi. In this movie Tomas Milian plays for the first time Sergio Marazzi aka "Er Monnezza", a role that he later played several more times, in Lenzi's Brothers Till We Die (1978, a sort of sequel of this movie), in Destruction Force by Stelvio Massi (1977), in Uno contro l'altro, praticamente amici by Bruno Corbucci (1980), in Francesco Massaro's Il lupo e l'agnello (1980). . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Liv P (br) wrote: if you like hilariously bad movies, this one is pretty good.
Jennie R (gb) wrote: B-Movie with B-movie acting and martial art effects. It was apparent that this was in the style of Jackie Chan. It played out moves, storyline and all like a Jackie Chan movie. It wasn't terrible. The main character Zhang Li was cute in a simple kind of way. He did not have the depth or dimension of character to make him a memorable actor but this isn't bad. I am not a fan of Martial Art Movies but this movie kept me interested.
Brett E (nl) wrote: Artistic, creative, light, fun and entertaining.And a brilliant performance from Liev Schrieber. Makes the movie worth it alone. He stole every scene he was in, by basically playing this guy-in-a-dress as straight as possible. It works wonders.And I disagree that the lead (Demetri Martin) lacks star quality. I think that the character he was playing is simply a mellow/shy/down-to-earth guy. If he overdid it, it would be unrealistic. He did an excellent job of playing someone caught up in a world beyond anything he'd ever imagined.I also disagree that we needed to be shown glimpses of the actual concert/performers. It's called Taking Woodstock, not The Performances of Woodstock. It's behind the scenes of the concert. That's what I expected and that's what I got. I don't want to see actors portraying these famous musicians, or a documentary of the actual performances. It's un-necessary for THIS movie.The mood/tone/atmosphere of the movie is strong and consistent...and interesting, to top it off. Ang Lee made a choice and stuck with it.
Kaitlyn J (nl) wrote: Just as bad as the previous Species movies.
Anders J (ru) wrote: kan man lide splatterfilm og voldige scener skal man se takeshi mikes imprint. den byder p meget saditiske scener, og blod. kan ogs andbefales
David G (jp) wrote: Ok, le plus drle est que le synopsis sur Flixster n'est pas bon. C'est effectivement avec Ed Harris, mais il s'agit plutt d'un western djant o se mle religion et vengeance. J'ai vu ce film Fantasia et j'ai ador. Ed Harris est tout simplement loufoque.
Bill C (br) wrote: It Like like K-PAX, but with Tomei and D'Onofrio relationship as the centerpiece. Quirky and Romantic, it really doesn't reach mind bending for me. The tension of the story is held squarely "Is D'Onofrio" sane or a time traveler. There is a quirky chemestry that works, D'Onofrio is smitten with Tormei and Tormei is in love with his dedication to her (after a life full of failed romances).
Jason D (br) wrote: Julia (Trish Everly) is a teacher for deaf children who has lived with the secret of a psychotic and abusive twin sister who has been hospitalized for several years. As their birthday draws near, Julia's sister escapes from the hospital and begins killing all of those closest to Julia, including the landlord, a deaf child (oh yeah, they go there), and some others. Julia's crazy sister isn't alone though; she's also got a rabid rottweiler doing most of the killing. Dare I say there may be a third killer involved? Dun Dun Duuuuun!! Anyways, There was a Little Girl (or Madhouse, the alternate title the movie was released under) was a decent surprise and effective slasher. That's not to say it had it's share of corny moments, such as the rottweiler clearly being a puppet in many scenes, not to mention the priest Uncle who does a little too much over-acting for this kind of movie. Still, this movie was fairly entertaining and worth the rental. I liked it.
Xander S (de) wrote: The founding myth of America is reenacted with toe-tapping glee, and without as much of the vapid flag-waving and yankee-doodling as lesser talents would have brought to it. A cast pretty much brought over directly from the original Broadway production (with a handful of exceptions) brings, if not life, then wit to an ensemble of unrealistic, but mythologically plausible, characters as they fight over the drafting of the Declaration of Independence. The characters may be historical caricature, but the Philadelphia they inhabit is vivid, beautifully designed, and tangible. The songs aren't perfect (they tend to swing back and forth between operatic bombast and Broadway kitsch), but a few of them are sublime (just try not getting chills when a young Continental soldier hauntingly croons a folksy tune about a mother looking for her son on the battlefield). And how about that direction? Scenes of the Congress bickering are brilliantly claustrophobic, and even the weaker musical numbers are either sprightly or daringly artistic. Blythe Danner (Will's pill-popping mother on "Will & Grace") also makes a brief but breathtaking appearance as Thomas Jefferson's eager young wife. Her energetic waltz with John Adams and Ben Franklin injects the viewer with just enough energy to breeze through the film's slow second half. Not a perfect movie, and definitely not the "history lesson" some critics dismiss it as, but certainly an event worth dropping by for.
Jacob M (ru) wrote: New 52 has its first adaptation on the silver screen. The results are just ok. DC takes a big swing and only tips the ball instead of full on slams it. The story feels a bit rushed and isn't fleshed out enough to make it feel great. Fun for those who are looking for a big fight scene, but just eh for those wanting story.
Kevin v (us) wrote: This movie contains very great dazzling, thrilling and impressive visual and special effects, such as when the character Dylan swims beneath the burning oil and when the survivors manage to blloe their way out through the bow thruster tube. Only a pity that there is almost no background story of the characters and that the rogue wave seems quite fake... Furthermore, Kurt Russell and the others deliver spectacular acting performances by swimming underwater and bringing sensation to it.. Finally, Kurt Russell's character sacrifices himself by swimming to the control room of the bow thrusters and turning them off.. Only 6 passengers manages to survive by getting into an air raft and watch as the Poseidon sinks.. Shortly, very good underwater scenes, reasonable acting in general and stunning effects, but a lack of background story and also completely different as a remake.. I mark it with a 6,5