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Miss Evers' Boys
The true story of the US Government's 1932 Tuskeegee Syphilis Experiments, in which a group of black test subjects were allowed to die, despite a cure having been developed.
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Sreekiran M (de) wrote: bottom line: a straight forward story with no literal twists and turns, just filled with some extra dose of family drama coupled with some lazy action sequences.
Ashley B (br) wrote: I rented this from Netflixs, but never got around to watching it so...
Gavin S (fr) wrote: I had no idea what this was going to be, but it ended up being a lot of fun, and I had no trouble with it being French. Good action, interesting plot idea, I think it kinda reminded me of the Transporter/Crank films with Jason Statham...ridiculous but fun for the 'what if' factor.
Anna B (jp) wrote: I didn't like it at first, what with the ugly soft-focus and anti-septic lighting, self-consciously writerly dialogue that probably worked better on the page, and the muffled, musty tone and pacing. It loosens up after the first act, though, and eventually won me over. It turns into a charming, compelling, character-rich, and profoundly sad film.
Matthew B (kr) wrote: Could have been so much more.
Jesper J (fr) wrote: Not even Audrey Horn v2.0 saves this crap(BTW hate those Scanbox releases. Talk about downgraded DVD s)
Wayne (au) wrote: Brilliant performance by Julie Walters! Great quote when she's being questioned - Copper: "You will go down for this!" Christine: "I only go down for a price dear and I doubt you could afford it!"
Jason M (ru) wrote: This is a great film. I never thought Richard Gere is a good actor, in fact, I think he is one of the most overrated actors in the industry. Even Tom Cruise is stronger. However, the cinematography alone in this film makes it a masterpiece of capturing the early farmers' struggles in early 20th century Texas. I don't think this film would stand up as great if it wasn't for the cinematography. Much like a Stanley Kubrick film, the pictures tell more of the story than the dialogue. Along with a genuine narration tying together the various scenes, there is little need for dialogue. At its core it is a believable story of desperation, love and jealousy.
jay n (de) wrote: Terrific acting but grim, grim, grim.
Allan C (ca) wrote: Empire Pictures almost made a smart film that took the idea of an unfrozen man from the past from "Iceman" but instead of making a moving story about taking someone out of their place and time, producers Charles and Albert Band could not resist making it a bizarrely cheesy hybrid of 80s ninja films and Death Wish-like street justice. incredibly silly, but still entertaining enough if you're in the mood from direct-to-video 80s cheese. Underrated composer Richard Band provides a nice score.
Jacob F (jp) wrote: Very entertaining (and quite funny) b- thriller. Would make a great double bill with Duel.