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King Kong

An expedition of the "Petrox" company, is exploring in search of petrol

. . the huge gorilla becomes restless, trying to return home. S. When in the U. A strange island where they arrive is the home of a giant ape, King Kong, that is captured by the expedition in order to make money exhibiting it to the world. An expedition of the "Petrox" company, is exploring in search of petrol

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Andrew H (us)

A brilliantly made war film which is brutal and realistic, the great acting is a contributor to the films brutality. The entire cast performs excellently and it is through their acting that the sense of fear and confusion of the situation the characters find themselves in is so well displayed. The battle scenes although small in number achieve in showing the confusion, brutality and panic extremely well through good acting and good use of the camera. There is also great suspense throughout the film. The story of the film of a small group of men trying to re-join their unit allows issues such as camaraderie and morality to be explored, which is done to great effect. The film lays open the realistic harsh conditions of fighting in the Pacific with its no holes bared brutality. One of the best war films set in the Pacific theatre of war that I have seen


Carroll H (ru)

Liked it as the casting was good and the directing. very interesting story with good action and acting. . . Better than the critics say


Erica K (us)

Great snowboarding scenes


Kevin C (de)

Everything is soooo drawn out and sooooo slow. Theres a good story here but it could easily be told in about an hour less than it was


Matthew H (it)

Part of this is due to the fact that its plot is implausible to the extent where we don't trust anything in the movie anymore. Foster puts on a good show here, but Flightplan never really elevates beyond mediocre


Michael M (de)

Not Woody Allen(TM)s best, but one of his most interesting looking films


Ola G (es)

I was sceptical before I saw "Straight Out Of Compton" as I dont really believe in the biopic format, but I would rate this amongst the better biopics I have seen. The first part of the film is the best, while the latter part feels maybe a bit rushed. It makes you think and question. Thats good with upsetting layers. People seem to forget these layers and only focus on the layers that upsets them. However, the fact is that its part of the story and how can you tone it down or pretend it wasnt part of the true story? Intertwined is what fame does to people, how ruthless the record industry is, how people get tricked in contracts, how people dont get their fair share of the money earned, personal goals, dreams that can take you away from a violent normality etc. So many seemed to have great issues with the topic in general, the language, sexism, and violence. When I went into IMDB and red the reviews it was shocklingly many bad ones which I cant really understand. The fact remains that the music they produced and put out has a place in music history, despite lyrics you really can question. Why is that not elaborated on in the film as Peter Travers of Rolling Stone stated as well? Big minus. This we are confronted with in the film, but what we get no answer to is their misogynic, violent, drugfueled and homophobic approach in their lyrics and in life. A went through as constantly being questioned for all sorts of matters due to their skin colour. W. On one hand despite being a white male and not having grown up in violent suburb I can still understand the anger and frustation the members of N. Eugene Landy. He did the same thing in the biopic "Love & Mercy" as Dr. The only thing I can complain about is that Paul Giamatti keeps on ending up in overdrive in his roles. I have red reviews that complains on the acting which I didnt feel was a problem. The cinematography is crisp, the film is nicely shot and it has a great soundtrack of course. You can almost feel that they really wanted to show specific happenings that does drive the story further, but yet makes the editing and scenestructure a bit haphazard. The story is compelling most ot the times, but miss maybe out on the coherent side at times. Dre and Ice Cube wanted to tell "their" story and putting the focus on themselves and Eazy-E while DJ Yella and MC Ren ends up too much in the background and not showing their true contributions to the band. "With biopic "Straight Out Of Compton" its quite obvious that producer Dr. " The Washington Post noted the film's "lack of interest in process and personality" compared to the concurrently-released music biopic Love & Mercy, writing: "it's no contest as to which Giamatti picture is the better depiction of the actual music-making process. 's arc to a gangster-movie knock-off about three friends from way back when who are driven apart by bad influences. A. W. Club gave the film a C, feeling it had to rely on its timeliness for its thematic weight, and saying the film "simplifies N. V. Ignatiy Vishnevetsky of The A. Jordan Hoffman of The Guardian also criticized the film's second half for being "cheesy" and "[playing] it too safe". " In a polarized review, Kenneth Turan of the Los Angeles Times felt that the film attempted to take on more storylines than it could handle, also criticizing how bloated it becomes towards the end regarding Heller, though he did praise Giamatti's performance. What remains in the wings constitutes another, fuller story. When the songs themselves take center stage the movie works. " Michael Phillips of the Chicago Tribune stated, "Straight Outta Compton at its best evokes the heady atmosphere of Crenshaw Boulevard and what the group's success meant to Compton, and vice versa. He stated, "if "Compton" is undeniably of the moment, it's also timeless in its depiction of how artists and writers transform the world around them into angry, profane, vibrant and singular personal expression. " He also praised the film for its "high but never overindulgent" style and the attention to detail in the production, ranging from the "exhaustively researched" screenplay to the "meticulous care" involved in assembling the film's soundtrack. Scott Foundas of Variety praised director Gray for taking familiar biopic paces and bringing a "richness of observation to the table that transcends cliche. " However, he criticized the film for slowing down towards the end, particularly when it gets "ploddingly sentimental" once it focuses on the decline and death of Eazy-E. Joe Morgenstern of The Wall Street Journal found the group's musical performances to be "far and away the most appealing parts of the picture. However, he did wish that the film elaborated more on the group's troubles involving misogyny, homophobia and the media. 5 out of 4 stars, also praised the film for its honesty in its portrayal of the group and praised Jackson's performance as Ice Cube, as well as the supporting cast, finding Mitchell's Eazy-E "award-caliber". Peter Travers of Rolling Stone, again giving the film 3. Dre themselves. 's career for a film produced by Ice Cube and Dr. A. W. 5/4, called it "one of the summer's most entertaining and provocative movies", finding it "surprisingly candid" about the negatives in N. " Lou Lumenick of the New York Post, also awarding the film a 3. " He called the film "one of the better musical biopics of the last 20 years. 5 stars out of 4, calling the film "enthralling" and "energized", praising the cast for delivering "strong, memorable work that transcends mere imitation. Richard Roeper of the Chicago Sun-Times awarded the film 3. in 2014 for $3 billion. Dre's career as a producer and entrepreneur, with several famous rappers crediting him with helping to launch their careers and Beats Electronics, which he co-founded, being bought by Apple Inc. Clips shown during the film's credits highlight Ice Cube's subsequent roles as a film actor and Dr. Dre splits from Suge Knight and Death Row to form his own label, Aftermath Entertainment. A year later, Dr. Amid emotional visits from his band mates, he dies on March 26, 1995 and is mourned by fans. However, during a recording session, Eazy-E collapses and is diagnosed with HIV/AIDS. A reunion. W. Dre, who agree to an N. Learning that Jerry has been embezzling money from Ruthless from the beginning, he fires him and rekindles his friendships with Ice Cube and Dr. Eazy-E, whose fortunes and health have declined, is devastated by the comparative success of his former band mates. His debut solo album, The Chronic (1992), sells over five million copies, even as he becomes disturbed by Suge's violent behavior and the community is rocked by the 1992 Los Angeles riots. Dre enjoys his newfound freedom and begins working with other rappers including Snoop Dogg. Dr. Dre from his contract with Ruthless. A to form Death Row Records with Suge, who has his men threaten Jerry and beat Eazy-E to pressure them to release Dr. W. He leaves N. Dre hires Suge Knight as his manager, through whom he learns that Jerry has been underpaying him. Dr. This, combined with his association with the Nation of Islam, outspoken criticism of the Los Angeles Police Department in the wake of the beating of Rodney King, and starring role in the 1991 film Boyz n the Hood, make him even more famous and controversial. A heavily insult Ice Cube on their next record, 100 Miles and Runnin' (1990), he responds with the diss track "No Vaseline", criticizing Jerry and his former band mates and prompting accusations of antisemitism. W. When N. His debut solo album, AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted (1990), becomes a hit, but when Priority Records is unable to pay him his advance on his next album, he trashes the label head's office. Jerry delays the individual members' contracts with Ruthless, and when he insists that Ice Cube sign without legal representation, Ice Cube quits the group. Police in Detroit forbid them from performing the song, and a riot breaks out when they perform it anyway. A stop performing "Fuck tha Police" as it encourages violence against law enforcement. W. During a 1989 concert tour, the FBI demands that N. The album becomes a controversial hit due to its profanity and violent lyrics, and the group's style is dubbed gangsta rap by the press. While recording their debut album, Straight Outta Compton (1988), the group are harassed by police due to their race and appearance, prompting Ice Cube to pen the song "Fuck tha Police". A a record deal. W. A and co-run Ruthless, and Priority Records offers N. W. Eazy-E accepts Jerry Heller's offer to manage N. A ("Niggaz Wit Attitudes"). W. Dre, DJ Yella, and MC Ren form the group N. It becomes a local hit, and Eazy-E, Ice Cube, Dr. Dre convinces Eazy-E to perform it instead. When their song "Boyz-n-the-Hood" is rejected by a New York rap group, Dr. Dre as record producer. Dre convinces Eazy-E to fund a startup record label, Ruthless Records, with Dr. Intrigued by Ice Cube's "reality raps" reflecting on the crime, gang violence, and police harassment that they and other African Americans encounter daily, Dr. Dre is an aspiring disc jockey, and Ice Cube is a young rapper. In Compton, California in 1986, Eazy-E is a drug dealer, Dr


Rainer K (au)

Ein Film zum Vergessen, aber durchaus unterhaltsam fr Allen-Fans. Das Ende ist konfus und gleichzeitig nichtig. Es sei nur so viel gesagt: die Geschichten verlaufen asynchron und die tragische Melinda findet schwer einen Mann obwohl sie unbedingt einen will, die komische Melinda ist ganz einfach nett und glcklich und findet gleich mehrere Verehrer zum Leidwesen der Verehrer. Das werde ich aber nicht tun - das ist mir der Film einfach nicht wert. ber die Gemeinsamkeiten und Unterschiede in den beiden Erzhlstrngen knnte man auch einiges schreiben. Vor allem erstaunlich wie gut er es schafft den Dialog zu verarbeiten (noch dazu ist er der Woody-Charakter", also die Rolle, die als Platzhalter fr Allen selbst zhlen kann). Ich wrde RDJs Version gerne einmal sehen, aber Ferrell ist schon genial. angedacht war. in einer Rolle die ursprnglich fr Robert Downey jr. B. Will Ferrell z. Schade eigentlich, es gibt einiges hier, dass man durchaus mgen muss/kann. Vielleicht ist es aber gerade die Unfokussiertheit, die durch diese doppelte Narrative entsteht, die den Film zum Mittelma verurteilt. Es geht um Affren und Ehebruch und Beziehungsdreiecke. Die zwei parallel erzhlten Geschichten ber Melinda - die eine tragisch, die andere komisch, sind auch nicht einfallsloser als die Plots die Woody sonst so entwirft. Ich kann auch gar nicht wirklich festmachen, woran es liegt, dass Melinda and Melinda etwas hinterherhinkt. Ebenfalls verwunderlich, dass solch eine familire Frage einen solch mittelmigen Film hervorbringt. Die Frage, ist das Leben tragisch oder komisch, zieht sich eigentlich durchs gesamte Werk von Allen, dass sie erst hier einen Kulminationspunkt und einen eigenen Film bekommt ist eigentlich verwunderlich weil spt. In Melinda and Melinda sieht man aber ebenfalls schon interessante neue Anstze, aber vielleicht war es gerade das Problem des Allen des neuen Jahrtausends, dass er auf zu groe Konzepte und zu groe Ideen setzte. Vicky Cristina Barcelona, zufriedenstellend gelst wurden. a. Es scheint, dass Woody in dieser Periode wirklich kreative Probleme hatten, die erst mit Match Point, und dann v. Ein weiterer Mitt-2000er Film von Woody Allen mit einem tollen Cast, ein, zwei guten Ideen und viel Leere


Simon T (au)

Likewise the final shoot out is badly executed, with people seemingly unable to shoot straight. The fight scenes are unimpressive, so much so that this cannot seriously be considered a martial arts movie. Low budget B movie with a lot of blood and violence, it's not actually quite as awful as you might expect


Zachary M (ca)

Which is the only reason I think people think so highly of it in retrospect. In a world of giant bugs, guys in werewolf masks, and rubber suited stunt men, at least the creatures look unique and their own. The only truly memorable thing about the film, is the creature design. Not the plot, characters, or themes. Now I'm a huge fan of this genre so I did get enjoyment out of it, however, nothing ever reaches above average in the film. Often listed as a classic among the 50's scifi/monster genre, I expected so much more out of this film