Neo Ned

Neo Ned

Like most kids, Ned idolized his father and dreamed of following in his footsteps. Unfortunately, his father was a two-bit crook who spent most of his life in jail. Without a family of his own, Ned falls in with the Aryan Brotherhood. Soon after, Ned is placed in a mental hospital where he is mesmerized by a young black girl who believes Adolf Hitler was reincarnated in her.

Like most kids, Ned idolized his father and dreamed of following in his footsteps. Unfortunately, his father was a two-bit crook who spent most of his life in jail. Without a family of his ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Private U (kr) wrote: Very entertaining B-movie

Simon D (it) wrote: Pretty good film about the secret political relationships between the USA and the Middle East. Getting a version where the arabic and pakistani is subtitled in English, which isn't that easy.

Sajib K (kr) wrote: A watchable fim set in the backdrop of beckoning of World War II in France. A woman (Emmanuelle Beart) is fleeing Paris to south with her children after her husband was shot dead in the battle. On the road her car was bombed and she has to take shelter in a home at a deserted village, guided by a teenage she just mate. Their relationship gathers a momentum as they struggle to survive on a desolate house. Nothing extraordinary.

Ursula M (fr) wrote: This opened the door for black women and their friends sharing their feelings about relationships.

Jen H (it) wrote: Cute little movie, but the color-by-numbers plot was incredibly predictable. Robin was fetching, Alan Cumming was slimily hilarious, and Minnie Driver has a pancake face.

Renee B (au) wrote: Campy downbeat shlock. If you want to know where the Wachowski brothers found/ripped off ideas for the Matrix films, watch this. If you value your brain, don't! HURT. But if you love Bruce, you'll be happy to warp your mind. Ouch.

Veniea T (nl) wrote: All CLASSICS are GOOD

Francois L (nl) wrote: The classic tale of Faust, associated to the charm of a classic, black and white movie.. very classic indeed, but still nice to see , at least for Michel Simon, who is a must as Mephistopheles!

Jason F (it) wrote: While clichd at some points, this movie provides a lot more thrills, excitement and drama than other "horror movies" that have been released in recent years. And the modern update to Bram Stoker's creation is a lot better and scarier than the glittery kind.

Darren P (ca) wrote: I'm out of energy to review this movie - the Grinch stole it from me.

John W (ca) wrote: Two nights in a row we've fallen for depressing -- yet thought provoking -- movies. What if?

jay H (br) wrote: its kind of like a porn, you watch it for the action, not the acting.

Brett C (gb) wrote: Review In A Nutshell:Optimism is my attitude when I come into a film, regardless if I have seen the film before. Bend It Like Beckham was a film that I have seen long ago back during the start of High School. During then, I remembered feeling pleased about it, but not close to the point where I actually want to share my adoration for it. Therefore, I assumed my recent viewing would be a much more pleasant one, possibly seeing the underlying beauty that I was not able to appreciate at the time. Nope. All of my good feelings towards this film have been replaced; delivering an experience that was both narrative and emotionally predictable, wrapped around in sentimentality that never truly earns it, and comedy that often falls flat. I did however appreciate the film's contrast between family and self-aspirations, or traditional and western cultures; but director, Gurinder Chadha, fails to wrap it around with something superficially engaging. The one thing that was absolutely great was actress, Parminder Nagra, who does not resort to the melodramatic reactions, in order to sell her character's drive for freedom.I'm simply just going to conclude this review by stating, do not watch Bend It Like Beckham, if one is expecting a film that offers an emotionally and viscerally rewarding experience.