The movie tells some stories that happens in a working class Brooklyn neighborhood: a union strike leader discovers he is gay; a prostitute falls in love with one of her clients; a family cannot cope with the fact that their daughter is illegitimately pregnant. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Last Exit To Brooklyn
A gritty Brooklyn story about union corruption, violence, taboos and social norms. The stories told are of the sailors, the prostitute, the union bosses, the hooligans and the gay community set in the early 50s.
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Nancy P (us) wrote: A sad look at thr decadence of society, in a place where money and resources are scarce.
Muhammad A (es) wrote: about the people you can met throw internet "!show the other girl she is bad because she have that bad mother and a lot if problems at house but don't think its that great !!!
Jrme M (mx) wrote: Il a l'air nullissime, mais j'ai quand mme bien envie de voir ce qu'ils ont bien pu faire comme film avec un jeu de combat comme base !
amanda t (ru) wrote: i loev it. my new favourite movie :), lol. i'm italian, so i guess it was better for then it would be for a mangicake :). lol. but i love the story.
Bill R (gb) wrote: This was good. It reminded me of a book I read where everyones actions intertwined together. Worth watching and Orlando Bloom has a differant accent in this movie believe it or not....lol
Joseph O (us) wrote: A nameless narrator (played by Edward Norton) suffering from insomnia is trying to find more satisfaction in his life, since he is unable to do so through his possessions. He seeks help from some therapy groups he doesn't need until he meets Tyler Durden (played by Brad Pitt), a cool, cynical soap maker who starts a fight club with the narrator to try to help other unsatisfied, bored men find a new life force for themselves. Without giving away major spoilers, that may be the best way I understood and can describe the basic premise of "Fight Club".This film is a very interesting one for me. It's a film that has had a cult following by people who have interpreted a message that I want to understand more. I think it is an engaging film that explores themes of consumerism without being owned by one's possessions, anarchic and anti-social behavior, finding satisfaction in life, and the influence of some people's cynicism and macho behavior (and I want to find more, as that's probably not all).Sometimes though, the film gets kind of weird and uncomfortable to watch. There's a strangely surreal sex scene, Meat Loaf growing female body parts, and some intensely disturbing behavior from Tyler Durden. He's an interesting character, don't get me wrong, but some of the stuff he does and some of his ideas he pushes on the people he meets would not necessarily make me want to hang out with him if he were real.The artistic values of "Fight Club", however, are hard to ignore. The acting is overall terrific. Helena Bonham Carter gives another "weird woman" performance as Marla, but it actually works in this film; I can buy her character existing in real life. Edward Norton is surprisingly good as the nameless narrator. I say this because he delivers a very vulnerable performance that contrasts very much from the characters he plays in "The Grand Budapest Hotel" and "Birdman". But the standout, for me, was by far, Brad Pitt as Tyler Durden. He gives so much energy to his performance that it is hard to look away from his acting when he appeared on screen.The story is also good enough to keep one's attention. The introduction alone got me interested. I could relate to the narrator in the sense that I also don't always feel satisfied with my belongings, and that I, for one, also often have trouble sleeping. I liked the ongoing battle of words and wits between Norton and Carter, and the odd bonding the narrator has with Robert, as weird as it may be. And of course, who can forget about the introduction and activities of Fight Club? As brutal and intense as they were, there was an intriguing factor to them that made me want to continue the film to try to find an underlying message. Oh, and I need to mention the ending, because when I thought that the movie was just being tough to watch, it got insanely better. It not only revealed a huge plot point that many people didn't see coming, but I was anxious to see how the film would end up for the characters.So while "Fight Club" is tough to watch at times, I think it is worth seeing at least once. It has great acting and a great story, while also having thought-provoking themes and ideas to keep one's interest. I would be willing to watch the movie again to perhaps appreciate it more, or to just see people's reaction to the ending.7.5/10 (I am right in the middle between 7-8/10 stars, but I want to process this film more before I might raise the rating. So for now, I'll give it the 3.5/5 rating that RT offers).
Amie S (ag) wrote: The best part of this movie is the faux Gone With the Wind musical...starring a very young Sharon Stone. It does have some other great comic moments tho, and the relationship breakdown is interesting to watch.
Doug B (gb) wrote: Amazing thriller! keeps you on you're seat!
Lee B (jp) wrote: I didnt think i would like this...i saw alot of bad reviews and low scores...well forget all those...i watched it, and it was good.. the acting and special effects were great... maybe it helped i went in with low expectations...but i really enjoyed it
Carroll H (ag) wrote: Liked it, especially Michael White ... unexpected good action and good acting, surprise ... eliminate flash backs of Iraq war, would like to seem more of this
Gunpowder B (us) wrote: Though it has sparse original content and a gaudy delivery, How to Make Money Selling Drugs ends up being a thorough and candid analysis of the hypocrisy of the American war on drugs.
Eric H (ag) wrote: I really enjoyed this movie... In My DVD collection of baseball movies... Reminded me how great the sport truly is... Whether it's here in America or Japan.
Bryan P (br) wrote: Universal soldier is about a group of soldiers who are brought back to life after 25 years of originally dying in Vietnam. Jean Claude van damme soon realizes what happened when he died and us up against bad guy Dolph Lungren. Excellent film which is a must see for people from the 90s