Malcolm

Malcolm

Malcolm is a chronically shy mechanical genius, who has just been fired for building his own tram. He gets Frank, who has just been released from jail, to move in to help pay the bills. Malcolm, with Franks help, turns to a life of crime. Malcolm is a 1986 Australian cult film, written by David Parker and directed by Nadia Tass. The film stars Colin Friels as the titular tram enthusiast who becomes involved with petty crime. The film won the 1986 Australian Film Institute Award for Best Film.

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scott j (br) wrote: very good,powerful film about one young man's real story trying to get accepted by society in and out of prison to finally become a man. very good Co starring James woods and ving rhames

Andres V (es) wrote: De nuevo Loach con su excelente cine de denuncia, cine controversial, cine de verdad. Esta vez nos cuenta sobre todas las cochinadas que hace la gente de su pais, y los yanquis, en la famosa "reconstruccion" de Irak. Historia real sobre la ruta irlandesa y la cantidad de asesinatos y abusos que han cometido estos "contratistas", que son mercenarios, para transportar ejecutivos de empresas a traves de esta ruta terrestre por Irak. Lastima que la historia de fondo sea un poco floja, se nota que se escribio para darle sustento a la denuncia pero la los personajes no son lo principal y dejan la cinta un poco coja.

Rory Fyfe S (nl) wrote: Well acted, great story, charming film.

Jess L (kr) wrote: Disappointing is the word. Flat is the feeling.

Sohn T (it) wrote: One of the best movies I've ever seen made me cry laugh and love life the movie made me so involved that I hade to pause theovie check Wikipedia and make sure it ended the I wanted to

Macdara B (ca) wrote: Brilliant and awful at the same time, this movie is riddled with flaws and manages to take a gripping true story, put the always great Cate Blanchett in the lead role and yet not deliver a great movie...

Michal Z (us) wrote: Back in 1998 'Primary Colors' wasn't a box office hit, making only $52,090,187 worldwide, but that doesn't mean the movie was and is bad. Other way round, because I think its a really good movie that takes you on a political adventure. The movie received mostly positive reviews and holds a strong 80% as show above. Great cast and great performances makes this motion picture a enjoyable experience.

Private U (nl) wrote: I just love this movie. It takes me bad to where the animation was so bad, but it's just funny.

Erik A (mx) wrote: Given the title and plot of this movie, I was expecting this to be in the vein of the "Left Behind" series where a fundamentalist view of chrictianity is shoved in your face. While this movie does contain that fundamentalism, it is displayed in a completely different light. Mimi Rodger's plays a lost soul who finds Christ and takes her daughter with her into the desert to wait for the Rapture. Normally you would guess one of two things would happen, either the rapture doesn't come and she loses hope, or the rapture does come and she goes to heaven. While watching the film, I suspected the first outcome, but in reality it was niether. It takes a turn that is completely unexpected and one that I think was brilliant. Since I don't want to ruin the film, the only thing I will say about the end is that the mother does hold her word when she promises her daughter that "they will go to heaven today".

Renato G (fr) wrote: Philip Seymour, as usual, performs as the greatest.

Rancour C (jp) wrote: Starts off weak and boring and though the ending attempts to pick up a little, it's too little, too late.I found it more tedious than funny.

Nick M (ru) wrote: A hilarious take on the relatable, always awkward visit to meet the parents of the one you love; De Niro and Stiller share excellent chemistry with embarrassing, cringe-inducing humor that makes one feel as uncomfortable as Greg "Gaylord" Focker feels; The delivery of the humor in the film works with a subtle, toned down directorial approach from Jay Roach ("Austin Powers" franchise); Clever writing and fine performances all around. 3.5/5