Manny & Lo
A pregnant teen and her younger sister run away from foster homes and kidnap a woman whom they believe can help with the pregnancy.
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Dsire S (it) wrote: Sad and sweet... but mostly sad movie.
Pathmanathan D (fr) wrote: Below average movie, can watch it just for some mindless comedy.Rating - 2/5
Andy W (ru) wrote: Excellent. Very well done and extremely funny. Loved it!
Jennie H (ca) wrote: Either I wasn't in the mood for this kind of movie, or it was boring. Didn't finish.
Zarrar A (ca) wrote: the real ugly ghost was shown only twice in the movie, otherwise there was nothing horrifying. The first killing scene in the jungle and shopkeeper turning into ghost were good. Nevertheless, a horror film with a moral.
Sarah S (kr) wrote: I love these types of movies, I definately want to check this out.
Jordan G (fr) wrote: Typical, testosterone-fueled college try of a movie that loses itself in an overindulgence of booze and weed. The people in your local college's art department have made better films than this with less talented people.
Luis O (jp) wrote: Anything with Patricia Clarkson in it is OK with me. She is like a chameleon, she played a very should I venture to say bi personalities in her one character.
Mike L (ca) wrote: Not bad. A bit cheesy at times but mostly fun times.
Zachary K (us) wrote: Cheesy "Star Wars" rip-off that serves as a charming time capsule for a specific period of time in which filmmakers were struggling to redefine sci-fi in the wake of The Force. Not very good, but fun enough for nostalgic film/ sci-fi geeks like me, and it should be a prerequisite for anyone who watches the modern show.
Conrad S (br) wrote: A strong action movie, a decent crime thriller and my personal favourite of the trilogy. This is probably the strongest origin story ever told on film, by genuinely justifying every action the character makes, and making it seem fresh and new. The first 30 minutes are wonderful, presenting beautiful cinematography and sets, and an interesting Bruce Wayne. Being a fan of the original Batman comics, I've always been disappointed with Bruce Wayne in film. This and the animated series were the only ones to capture the loneliness, dependence and denial that Bruce goes through. I understand that many were disappointed with the Batman part of Batman Begins, but really don't see the issue. Yes, there is a drop in quality when reaching the third act, but at least I can understand the logistics of what's going on, unlike the next two films. My personal favourite Batman villain is scarecrow, and I loved the way they worked the philosophy of fear into the plot. While Ras Al G'hul may not be as memorable, he is well portrayed by Liam Neeson, and his intentions genuinely make sense. This truly was the beginning of the new Batman.
Connor B (us) wrote: Classic sci-fi and nothing less. Like Spielberg's other great entertainment pieces (Jaws, E.T., Raiders, Jurassic Park), it gets you so invested that it's not just viewing a movie, it's like taking a big journey.
Hugh R (kr) wrote: To call "Harry Brown" a "revenge flick" would be to do it a disservice. It does have shades of "Death Wish" and the original "Taken," but it is something more. There are underlying threads on the vulnerability of the common man, the ruthlessness of aging, and the ravages that time can bring upon relationships, society, and your very soul.Harry Brown (Michael Caine) is a recent widower. He eats alone, takes walks alone, and lives alone in a ghetto called "The Estate," in London. The only social contact he has is with his friend Len at the local dive pub where they play chess every afternoon. The city around the two elderly men is deteriorating. Gangs have formed around a framework of violence and drugs, and people even avoid walking through the local underpass for fear of what will happen in the dark. Len confides that he is terrified every moment and has decided to take a stand since the authorities will not. Harry cautions him but will not help. His memories of the violence of combat during World War II are too raw, and he cannot dare to dredge those feelings back up. When the police arrive at Harry's apartment to reveal the murder of poor Len, Harry feigns ignorance and begins to plan revenge upon those who would prey on decent people.And here we have the setting for a stereotypical revenge movie and all it entails. To be sure, there is violence and there is revenge, but Michael Caine and director Daniel Barber bring into this genre a fresh take. There is frailty in our hero emotionally, as well as physically. He is not the usual model-handsome rogue with three-day stubble who is a ninja as well as a computer expert. Harry can't even work a cell phone. All he has is a numbing readiness borne of long nights in dark places during the war and a determination brought about by the rightness of his cause. Michael Caine is both brittle and weak, as well as awe inspiringly strong, as he and the world around him seem not only plausible, but relatable to anyone who has experienced fear when walking alone. Here is a character that speaks to our hearts and minds as we contemplate the thought of growing older and the sadness of past glories never to be reclaimed. The memories of friends lost and the long, lonely nights to come.Sadly, this movie may not find much of an audience in America. It is too foreign, too stark, and not nearly fast paced enough for the usual action movie crowd. I have to admit that I only heard about it because I happened upon it on the shelves of new releases and was intrigued by simply seeing what Michael Caine would do with such a role. This is a good movie and it deserves an audience. If you have the chance and want to see a different take on a usually clich ridden genre, then give this one a go. You might be surprised at what you find.
David M (ag) wrote: Standing for Retired Extremely Dangerous, RED takes as it's premise a disparate group of ex-spies, who are suddenly (and inexplicably) tagged for assassination.Of course, these are no ordinary spies: we're talking here of the likes of Willis, Freeman, Malkovich and Mirren, so you can guess what is going to happen: the fun comes not so much from guessing what, but from how it is going to unravel. Reminded me somewhat of a mix between "Salt" (the spy game) and "The Expendables" (all the old actors getting together again): enjoyable enough diversion for a few hours that I may well watch again when it comes on TV, but wouldn't be rushing out to see it again or to buy the DVD.
Westleigh Q (es) wrote: Fun romantic comedy where a girl tracks down all of her past lovers to see if they are "the one". But, spoiler alert, the guy of her dreams just happens to live right across the hall! Predictable, but enjoyable, and fun to see a lot of these big stars before they got famous.
Shantel D (nl) wrote: Much like ABC's Of Death, most of this is a waste of time. The segments that are good are very good, but you can guess how bad the bad are.