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Mark B (mx) wrote: Stopped at 1 hour and 15 minutes in. Truly horrible. Kill it with fire.
MJS M (mx) wrote: I had heard some positive buzz for this documentary coming off the festival circuit and it had an interesting topic. Unfortunately it was never picked up for theatrical distribution and I wasn?t sure I?d ever get a chance to see it. Luckily, the movie finally turned up on the Sundance Channel so I tivoed it right away. The movie is about disenfranchised Palestinian youth who use Hip Hop music in order to express their anger about the Israeli occupation. The hopeful message is that these young people are fighting back with words instead of bombs, it?s an excellent look at the cathartic and political power of art. These Palestinians seem to have a better understanding of Hip-Hop as an outlet for the oppressed than most closed minded observers in the media do. The film also works simply as an examination of the Israeli-Palestien conflict from a perspective that it isn?t normally seen from. That said, I can kind of see why this didn?t get picked up, it isn?t the best produced piece of work and I probably wouldn?t have paid full price to see it. Still, catching this documentary on television makes for a very interesting 90 minutes of watching.
Brenno E (es) wrote: nice, but I still prefer The Raspberry Reich.
Kelly Y (ru) wrote: For some reason- I just couldn't get into the film.
Luis M (it) wrote: Actually a pretty good production for a TV movie. Banderas is without a question a geat actor. The deal between Villa and Mutual Fund Co. with D.W.Griffith was indeed an historical fact. Viva mi general Villa cabrones!
James C (br) wrote: 1111111111111111111111
Tracy F (br) wrote: Love this movie. Michelle Pfeifer is awesome.
Martin D (kr) wrote: In the beginning of the movie a new generation of nerds rule the Adams College campus, upholding the traditions of nerds from the first film. The Alpha Betas are now respectful of the nerds' prominence and even wish they could get more nerds to join their frat. However, this changes when Orrin Price (Morton Downey, Jr.), becomes a member of the Adams College Board of Regents and a new generation of jocks come to campus, including Orrin's obnoxious son and a brain-dead jock named Bobo. Stan Gable is now a pathetic motorcycle police officer whom Orrin Price implausibly installs as the new Dean of Students. Gable and Price rally the ABs to cause trouble for the nerds, whose group now includes an obese English inductee (who is depicted wearing a kilt) and a Korean Elvis impersonator (who notes that he is South Korean, when asked about his accent). Early anti-nerd actions include the vandalizing of the Computer Science Center and a raid that ruins the Tri-Lamb new membership party.Lewis, who lives near the Adams College campus and chairs Adams' Computer Science Department, shows that he is distancing himself from his nerd past by growing a ponytail and asking people to call himself "Lou" rather than Lewis. His nephew Harold, who is now a student at Adams, is surprised at Lewis' behavior, saying in his college day he was the "George Washington of nerds". Betty, who is now married to Lewis and is also a professor at Adams College (teaching in the Art Department), tries to remind him she fell in love with him because he had the courage to be himself, but Lewis is more interested in becoming friends with new Dean Gable (and not noticing that Gable hopes to break up the Skolnicks and win Betty back for himself). When Stan and the Alpha Betas launch a reign of terror against the nerds, Lewis is forced to examine his "self-hating nerd" status, while Stan faces his own stirrings of conscience over the vile actions of Orrin Price and has to decide what he will and will not stand for.The film reaches its climax when Lewis, finally unable to ignore Orrin Price's reign of terror over Adams College, decides to take action. Orrin Price has framed the Tri-Lambs by planting marijuana in their house. Lewis reaches out to Stan to help defend the Tri-Lams, but Stan says he will not help. Lewis angrily tells Stan that he was forgiving of their rocky past and defended Stan as a friend when others were telling Lewis he should ditch Stan. Stan then says that he is not friends with Lewis, and that Lewis will be a nerd for life so matter what his behavior. This betrayal spurs Lewis to once again embrace his nerd self. Lewis arranges for bail for the arrested Tri-Lams, putting his house up as collateral. He then calls upon all the nerds and those sympathetic to their cause on campus and in the city to participate in a massive nerd strike, meaning to take it easy and stop working. Many of the city's basic utilities and services are crippled. In order to end the strike, Price decides to frame Lewis for embezzling college funds, a tactic Stan is uncomfortable with. Lewis is arrested and the strikers return to work. Betty confronts Stan to tell the truth and get Lewis released. Stan suggests he'd do it if she were to offer herself, when Betty asks if that's what he really wants, Stan looks deeply ashamed as he says he does not want that-he still has a little bit of pride left. At trial, things do not look good for Lewis until most of his old Tri-Lamb friends return to support him. Stan, realizing that his miserable life stems from his refusal to admit his own mistakes (and an earlier remark from Lewis that Stan thinks it is easy to always see himself as the victim), has a change of heart and testifies against Price, admitting that he has proof that Orrin Price planted the marijuana plants in the Tri-Lam house. Stan also states that he is a nerd; that he always wanted to read books but his family discouraged it. Price is arrested and the charges against Lewis are dismissed. Stan feels it ought to be best to resign as dean of student because he feels he cannot cut it, but Lewis argues he should stay on. The nerds accept Stan as one of their own, guaranteeing nerd freedom in Adams College.
Christine M (nl) wrote: If you want to have a great laugh, watch this comedy with Roberto Benigni and his beautiful wife. This is so hilarious and well thought ! Everytime I watch it, it makes me laugh so hard ! A MUST see !
Michael D (au) wrote: A must see film.. This is one of my personal favorites. Lost Horizon in my opinion is one of the few movies in history that is better than the book.. The cast of the film all delivered strong performances. Especially the great Ronald Colman. Again this is a movie everyone should see and I promise it will be worth it. I feel the message is still relevant today and always..
Augusto B (ru) wrote: hardcore!! Criana bebendo e fumando, esteretipos tnicos explorados ao mximo...ah se tentassem filmar isso hoje, na poca do politicamente correto...
Daniel B (fr) wrote: This film is a gritty B-movie thriller that also just so happens to be based and filmed in England.The cast listing here doesn't tell all though, yes the first Doctor Who stars in the film, as does Patrick "I am not a number!" McGoohan - but the cast listing neglects to mention Sean "James Bond" Connery, David "Illya Kuryakin" McCallum, Gordon "George Cowley" Jackson or Sid James pre-Carry On.And the varied list of soon to be famous actors is just part of what makes this film so good - when Stanley Baker's characer Joe "Tom" Yateley is welcomed into the Hawlett Trucking company, we see a wide variety of people from all walks of life and areas of the UK.But unlike Yateley, his co-workers are generally rough and ready who (despite their differences) click together.Yateley is a clean cut, smooth and intelligent man - but no fool.He soon learns who his friends are and indeed who his nemesis is. In this case, Patrick McGoohan's menacing performance as the Foreman/Pacesetter "Red".The ending of the film is slightly anti-climatic, however I feel that's more to do with the limited budget of the time. Further, Yateley's character appears to develop an attraction for a young lady working in the caf/pulling in station and a repulsion to the character Lucy.Yet towards the end of the film, this changes and is a weak point in the film. It can be glossed over however, and the film is quite worthy of it's 4 out of 5 stars.
Brian S (au) wrote: great B movie. how does Jack Arnold solve the problem of feeding a growing and over-populated world? by setting a giant mutated tarantula loose in the Arizona desert of course! campy acting, dated, formulaic writing, and some very humourous (yet still somewhat clever) special effects. so what happens when you enlarge a relatively harmless spider to 100+ times its normal size? tell us, Raymond Bailey: "expect something that's fiercer, more cruel and deadly than anything that ever walked on earth!"