London to Brighton
It's 3:07am and two girls burst into a run down London toilet. Joanne is crying her eyes out and her clothing is ripped. Kelly's face is bruised and starting to swell. Duncan Allen lies in his bathroom bleeding to death. Duncan's son, Stuart, has found his father and wants answers. Derek, Kelly's pimp, needs to find Kelly or it will be him who pays.
- Stars:Katsuni, Benoit Clerc, Vincent Lefranc, Maeva, Angelina, Clovis Cornillac, Julie Depardieu, Lionel Abelanski, Gilles Gaston-Dreyfus, Jean-Michel Lahmi, Philippe Duquesne, Georges Gay, Alain Fromager, Anne Caillon, Michel Duchaussoy, Lorraine Stanley, Georgia Groome, Johnny Harris, Nathan Constance, Sam Spruell, Alexander Morton, David Keeling, Jamie Kenna, Chloe Bale, Claudie Blakley, Tim Matthews, Louise Appel, Cat Meacher, Nick Ewans, James Beirman,
- Director:Paul Andrew Williams,
- Writer:Paul Andrew Williams
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(nl) wrote: Solid MCU film that after distancing it from it's infamous plot twist, holds up as the best in the "Iron Man" franchise, along with being a fun holiday film. Downey is his usual excellence as Tony Stark, bringing his usual humor & charisma to the role while also portraying him with PTSD after the events in "The Avengers". He gets nice support from the rest of the cast, especially Ben Kingsley as the Mandarin (get past the twist, he's fun to watch) and Guy Pearce is nicely slimy as Killian. Behind the screen, Shane Black brings his trademark humor & one-liners to the MCU while also showing he's a darn good action director (the final action sequence is a showstopper). While the big twist on who the villain is jarring at first, it does work on repeat viewings, commenting on the theatrically on superheroes & their villains. However, one still wishes it was a bit more polished, thus maybe it wouldn't have affected the viewers so much originally. Overall, an entertaining film from beginning to end, and thanks to another Shane Black trademark setting it during Christmas, a great addition to the holiday movie rotation.
(es) wrote: A complex equation, one that seeks to filter the Indonesian invasion of East Timor in 1975 through the experiences of six white Australian journalists... It at least has the self-awareness to address the issue it raises - the sensation that, once again, the tragedies of what East dismissively refers to as "brown folk" are being translated in terms white folk might more easily relate to - in a scene where East and his guide debate what the former's actually there for: East defends himself by insisting that solving the mystery of the missing newsmen will somehow intrigue his readers (and, by extension, English-language viewers of the DVD) into considering the wider tragedies of East Timor. (Note, also, how all these white men's stories are framed by the testimony of a Timorese woman before a truth-and-reconciliation commission.) The casting helps it: LaPaglia's battered humanity ensures a more abrasive presence at the centre of the film than, say, Sam Waterston in "The Killing Fields", and cuts against whatever worthiness lurks within this material. The characterisation of Roger East isn't notably deep (we're supposed to intuit more or less everything from the way he washes down a handful of pills with a swig from a tinny), but the writing is clever in showing us how East was attracted to East Timor as a job that would stop or further fund his boozing and pill-popping; he emerges as actually a good deal less heroic (and less effective) than the newsmen, who went out there to bring this story to the world, only to find themselves being shot at, and much worse besides. These latter scenes - reliant for their impact on the hateful, unprovoked behaviour of shouty, anonymous Indonesians towards a group of Caucasians established as stout family men and professionals - are the trickiest in the film, and it would be easy to take against "Balibo" because of them: its first UK screening prompted a lengthy John Pilger rebuttal, critical indeed of the way Connolly had shaped this history. Yet I thought it honoured the intentions of that original quintet of newsmen: you come away from "Balibo" knowing more about East Timor, and its people, living and dead, than you did going in - and that can't, surely, be an entirely bad thing.
(fr) wrote: I gotta love/hate relationship with this flick. Faris lands a pretty solid performance however even she cannot overcome the sloppy thrown together story. It feels like a film school flick speckled with semi-suprisingly-relevant talent! Good for some laughs, but a lot of failed attempt.
(es) wrote: Not bad for a musical. Mostly I like Kevin Spacey.
(us) wrote: Excellent film. Don't go by those that give it a negative review. Looks like the viewers have more taste than these 2nd rate people who 'think' they are critics.
(ag) wrote: the cheer leaders in this movie hot azz there boobs are huge.
(jp) wrote: This was cute, funny but not much else.
(us) wrote: pretty good. i like the actors in it. made me laugh a few times but ya i've seen better