La leggenda di Al, John e Jack

La leggenda di Al, John e Jack

New York 1959. I tre gangster Al, John e Jack hanno il compito di uccidere Frankie per conto del boss. Sbagliano bersaglio e il boss da a loro un'altra possibilità: tenere d'occhio una persona a lui cara. Ma la fortuna non è dalla loro parte....

Al Caruso, John Gresco and Jack Amoruso are three gangsters working for the Genovese family. However, their efforts are more than headache-inducing, and when they are given one last chance:... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Steve J (jp) wrote: A lot of people evidently hate this movie, and while I can see why, I actually enjoyed it. I don't claim to understand, not even kind of, but it was funny and weird enough to maintain my interest. It's no classic, but worth a look if you're searching for something, er...unusual to watch tonight. Just don't expect it to add up to much.......

shayne k (fr) wrote: looks like a good movie about notre dame

Isaac J (kr) wrote: Reese Witherspoon stars as blonde bombshell, Elle Woods, in this romantic comedy, which sees this Malibu sorority sister follow her ex-boyfriend to Harvard Law School in order to win him back. Though this movie's cover shows a corny, annoying chick flick, upon watching it, you are pleasantly surprised. Legally Blonde, whilst still very frivolous and banal, is an enjoyable watch about self-discovery and perseverance and Reese Witherspoon plays both perrceived dumb blonde and later strong lawyer perfectly, aided by a competent supporting cast. Yes, the story is formulaic and predictable and the film is far from a masterpiece, but it far exceeds expectations and is an enjoyable and entertaining comedy, that you can't help but enjoy in all its plasticity.

Xenia E (ru) wrote: fucking awesome and the guys oh my god

Lucas F (es) wrote: Put that movie down, pick that cookie up, and while you're at it, find a better film

Cory T (mx) wrote: A block of 80's schlock with jump scares (which bombard the viewers with Dennis Michael Tenney's blaring synthesizer score) and sance-summoning atmosphere aplenty, Night of the Demons is a spooky, enjoyably kitschy B-movie ripe for rediscovery. The ghostly opening- credits animation of Hull House is an old-fashioned, matte-painting throwback to 'Fantasia's Night on Bald Mountain. The acting range within the film scuttles from wooden to unintentionally hammy (the choice of a Frank Welker mimic for the lip-synched demon is consequently riotous since visions of Megatron and Doctor Claw materialize). The soon-to-be-osmotically-possessed-via-kiss teenagers (who could be 30-year-olds) begin as sexist, repulsive hedonists guzzling Coors and coveting intercourse but a trio of them eventually evolves into amiable characters worthy of rescue. Sal Romero (William Gallo) is the Fonz of the picture who is the sex-starved Italian until he chivalrously sacrifices himself for Judy Cassidy (Cathy Podewell who monotones her lines like Farrah Fawcett with a frontal-lobe lobotomy), the virtuous heroine. In a novel contortion on conventions, Roger (Alvin Alexis), the token African-American isn't the first victim. The sensual highlight is Angela Franklin's (Amelia Kinkade) otherworldly, callisthenic dance choreography in a black veil with a strobe light in the background. Her lithe movements are simultaneously erotic and unsettling. The countdown to a body count is a long fuse but it compensates in dividends of bodice-ripper nudity (the coquettish, tutu-wearing Linnea Quigley usually disrobes on a whim) and flesh-tearing mutilation.

Glen O (es) wrote: Australian remake of the 1980s movie Red Dawn.

Robbie H (ag) wrote: decent noir. great performance by Payne