Anti-Semitism, race relations, coming of age, and fathers and sons: in Baltimore from fall, 1954, to fall, 1955. Racial integration comes to the high school, TV is killing burlesque, and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Anti-Semitism, race relations, coming of age, and fathers and sons: in Baltimore from fall, 1954, to fall, 1955.
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Daniel L (mx) wrote: Brilliant, moving, a sad reflection of our times. The last 5 minutes broke me.
Donna L (kr) wrote: Nothing really worth to talk about. It was a horror, but with no story at all.
Kendra T (nl) wrote: The best movie I have seen in ages. It is about a man who had previously swum the mississippi and the Yangzte. It follow him while he swims the amazon river and goes mad while doing it.
Sean H (ca) wrote: Laughed my butt off.
Prasad P (jp) wrote: A tad overlong and a little portentous, but nonetheless very enjoyable Bollywood comedy-musical about a hood who pretends to be a professor to win the heart of his favourite radio DJ. Bollywood tough guy Sanjay Dutt excels in his second outing as the title character - gaining confidence and cool in his light comic outing. Winsome and wonderful.
Thomas B (mx) wrote: **For whatever reason, this sci-fi fantasy from Guillermo del Toro just didn't do it for me. I never found myself invested in the story, the characters are mostly dull, and the script had too many plot conveniences for my liking. Ron Perlman's awesome though, and the film is captured very nicely by Del Toro, with good action scenes.
Kristal C (de) wrote: Morse is such a lovable weirdo, but this is nowhere near as great as the stage version.
Ilex O (ag) wrote: *I wanted to like this. *I didn't.*Yes, I am aware of film styles of the time. That's no excuse. *I tried watching this *four* times until I finally made it all the way through. Glad I did- I was rooting for the elephants the whole time.
John W (de) wrote: Starring Errol Flynn and Olivia de Havilland. This film purports to be a biopic of the enigmatic General George Armstrong Custer. It often distorts the facts beyond recognition and is about twenty minutes too long. But it remains top notch entertainment most of the way. The knowledge that this was Flynn and de Havilland's last film together adds greater poignancy to their farewell scene. Directed by Raoul Walsh.
Joshua C (ru) wrote: WTF, I dont wanna see that.