Ma Barker's Killer Brood

Ma Barker's Killer Brood

Ma Barker and her four sons terrorize the 1930s South and Midwest with a string of kidnappings, robberies and murders, and even get to work with such famous criminals as John Dillinger and Baby Face Nelson.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:82 minutes
  • Release:1960
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   robbery,   gangster,  

Ma Barker and her four sons terrorize the 1930s South and Midwest with a string of kidnappings, robberies and murders, and even get to work with such famous criminals as John Dillinger and Baby Face Nelson. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Gerald L (gb) wrote: The second best in the series as it purports to be the last of the horrible sequels.

Jean S (us) wrote: A good script, good acting, good director, good camera men. Loved it!

Al K (de) wrote: Funny at some points but not all that good.

Yeleysa C (mx) wrote: What a crazy movie! I didn't expect this at all...Sandra Bullock showing once again why she's my favorite female actress, she plays a really crazy, funny and unique woman who is obsessed with a guy she barely meet in a blind date fixed by her parents. I though he would fell in love with her at the end (as usual in Hollywood) but he isn't, at the end the movie shows a beautiful message: don't change for anybody and the one who will love you have to love you as you are... And be "normal" together.

JoAnne S (kr) wrote: The film is cheesy in many parts, but not in a bad way. Rather, it's in a good, entertaining way. Some of the acting isn't the best, but it doesn't matter when you see the delightful death scenes. Nothing is off limits in this film - men, women and children alike get mauled by the zombies. Looking for mindless fun, see this film! Chriss Anglin steals the movie as Sweeney. He's a highlight!

Peter E (ag) wrote: The danish have once again proven that they are The Masters of feel-bad movies.

David J (jp) wrote: Slightly better villains this time around, and the humor and action may have taken a small step forward.

Lindy R (br) wrote: This is a beautiful, romantic, terrible film. I admit that I enjoyed it, if only because it pulled at my heart in that way I can't resist. But I agree with many of the other reviews; the film needs work. The childhood storyline was beautiful. However, the rest of the film's attempt at poetry comes up a bit short... and what's with the ending? Seriously. A little too heavy-handed.

Juan F (nl) wrote: one of the best Europeans movie i've seen in my life. great storytelling about love and choices in life

Altered E (kr) wrote: Did somebody say oedipus complex? This movie is all sorts of weird, but mostly so-bad-it's-good. I like to imagine this is an adaption of the comic, because it's still better than the Jennifer Garner movie.

Timothy K (mx) wrote: I absolutely loved this film. I just recently watched it, and it gave me a bit of a freight. This is the first disaster cold war era film that I really enjoyed thru out. The acting was actually very well done, and the story line began strong and ended with a bang. The film kept me very interested. Go Rent It!

Anthony V (fr) wrote: Great atmosphere in one of the better Rathbone Sherlock Holmes films.

Tina S (us) wrote: So was this what Bill Nighy's Love Actually character was doing in the 60's?

Jay M (kr) wrote: One of my all time favorite movies.

Amy F (us) wrote: Step up all in brought the last four step ups together with a few actors from each. They had amazing connections and amazing ballet hip hop dance routines.

Harry W (au) wrote: Although xXx was a most unsatisfactory film, my desire to explore everything Ice Cube had done drew me into xXx: State of the Union.xXx: State of the Union serves as the sequel to xXx (2002), an overblown film which failed to do any justice for me as a viewer. xXx's main fault was the fact that it did not deliver on the generic contract it made to the MTV crowd. It had plenty of Vin Diesel, but little in terms of X-Games sports or high profile action. xXx: State of the Union takes a different approach since it forsakes extreme sports and heavy metal music in favour of military warfare and rap music. The contrast between the nature of class in these elements is intended to be a source of comic value for the film, but the potential for any smart satirical edge is burdened by overbearing direction and an excessive reliance on the novelty of the main actor.xXx: State of the Union boasts Lee Tamahori as director, and though he was once the great New Zealand filmmaker who created the masterpiece Once Were Warriors, he is now a recognizable sellout of massively overblown proportions. With xXx: State of the Union, Lee Tamahori repeats the feat he "accomplished" on Die Another Day (2002) of crafting a film loaded with gadgets and over the top action without much in the way of practicality, favouring visual effects significantly more. Die Another Day was the film which made audiences confront the fact that director Lee Tamahori specialized in putting way too much CGI into a single film, while prior to that he made it clear on Along Came a Spider (2001) that he did not have an eye for convincing visual effects. If you can recall that intro scene from the latter where the poorly rendered CGI car crash happens, imagine that going on for ten times as long and you have xXx: State of the Union. The major scenes in the film to use CGI cross between two central flaws: being so overblown that the featre looks animated at one moment, then cutting to actors clearly placed in front of a green screen at the next. I'll admit that there certainly wasn't as much CGI overkill as I was expecting in the film, but the action had other faults to it too. Whenever the film makes use of practical stunts or close combat fight scenes instead of visual effects, excessively choppy editing is the central thing plaguing the film. In a reflection of the ridiculously fast pace of the film, the editing in xXx: State of the Union attempts to keep things feeling quick through choppy editing techniques. By that regard, much of the action in xXx: State of the Union features the two faults destroying the industry of action cinema today. There are some sporadic moments of intense fun within the high quantity of it all and the over the top nature of some of the stunts is surely funny on some level, but it is hardly enough to constitute a film that is any kind of legitimate. Still, the fact that xXx: State of the Union maintains a faster pace and significantly larger quantity of action than its predecessor means it is automatically superior in my opinion. xXx was a film which took its story too seriously, but xXx: State of the Union doesn't even pretend to care about having one. This proves to benefit and detract from the film because it paves the way for the film to focus significantly more on action, but at the same time it rushes through things at such a ridiculous pace that the manic energy can prove overwhelming. But even with such a rapid pace, xXx: State of the Union cannot run fast enough to escape the fact that its story is ludicrously senseless. The plot in xXx: State of the Union is incompetent, desperately attempting to string together a collection of spy movie conventions and ridiculously convoluted plot twists with a series of over the top wall-to-wall action scenes without even much of an attempt to pretend there is anything strong enough to tie it all together.One notable difference between the two xXx films is that the cast seem more relevant this time around.Ice Cube's performance is a little much. The man has a heavy persona, but he lacks the muscular physique provided by Vin Diesel which makes him less convincing during action scenes. It makes him difficult to believe as Navy Seal Darius Stone, and as it is there are some moments where the use of stunt doubles is clear. The attempts to disguise this beneath the editing are not always convincing, and yet Lee Tamahori brushes over all this to pretend that it can be taken seriously. By contrast, the character cannot. xXx: State of the Union relies so heavily on the stereotypical nature of Ice Cube's street persona that it throws them in the viewer's face repeatedly without the use of subtlety, and as a result his jokes are milked bone dry. The most critical of viewers who are not already large fans of Ice Cube are bound to find frustration in this, and even for his fans it can prove a little much. Still, with everything around him being so ridiculous, he proves to be the better kind and brings audiences the gift of laughter. Giving the former rapper a leading role in a $110 million action film is a ridiculous enough concept as it is, and yet despite being ridden with a ludicrous nature on the surface and in deep, Ice Cube's performance remains the greatest thing about xXx: State of the Union. The man is a novelty in the film, and despite heavy repetition his persona is hilarious to me as a fan of his. He is clearly there to play a stereotypical character and appeal to an esoteric market, but since I happen to fall into that I was able to happily embrace everything senseless about his effort by favouring his instinctive comedic charisma as being sufficient. Ice Cube has more comedic edge than Vin Diesel did, and so I feel that there is more to the character this time.And Samuel L. Jackson gets slightly more screen time in xXx: State of the Union than he did in the preceding film, and considering that his sophisticated African-American stereotype contrasts with Ice Cube's "gangsta" edge there is a slight sense of comedy that comes from their interactions. He is condemned to appearing sporadically and delivering heavily generic language, but his consistent confidence always keeps him maintaining a sense of confident understanding over what he's doing. Samuel L. Jackson steps it up for his appearance in xXx: State of the Union and so he too is an improvement over the preceding film.The presence of Xzibit is also a nice touch. But I will say that I found frustration with the role played by Scott Speedman. Scott Speedman is little more than an annoying detraction from Ice Cube in xXx: State of the Union. In an intent to create comedic contrast for Ice Cube's "gangsta" archetype, Scott Speedman plays the fish out of water stereotype as the honky among gangstas. Though he is naturally lifeless, the contrast to the more appealing stereotypes around him makes his effort seem even less appealing as a result. Scott Speedman fails to stir up any laughter and merely becomes a blank face and lifeless face in a film which moves much faster than he can keep up with.So xXx: State of the Union benefits from the over the top nature of Ice Cube's stereotypical persona and an increase in action since the preceding film, but the overtly repetitive nature of the script, convoluted narrative (or lack thereof) and action that oscillates between CGI overkill and choppy editing ultimately ensures that it too is nothing to boast about.

Yulma C (es) wrote: Favorite Old Flick! <3