'Newcastle' is a coming-of-age/family drama/surfing movie. 17-year old Jesse lives in the shadow of his older brother Victor's failure to become surfing's Next Big Thing. Even when he's in his natural habitat of magnificent surf breaks, his blue-collar future is brought home by the coal barges that constantly line his horizon. Jesse has the natural skills to surf his way out of this reality and onto the international circuit but can he overcome his equally natural ability to sabotage himself? A momentous weekend away with his mates that includes first love and tragedy leads him to discover what's really important, and also to the performance of a lifetime.

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Rob R (kr) wrote: A character study that is longer and less interesting than it thinks it is.

claire f (it) wrote: i loved this as a kid and i still love it to this day

Ashley H (ru) wrote: Another Stakeout is an awful film. It is about prankster cops Chris and Bill are joined by a Gina from the DA's office to stakeout a lakeside home. Richard Dreyfuss and Emilio Estevez give terrible performances. The script is badly written. John Badham did a horrible job directing this movie.

Wes S (kr) wrote: Hook is, more or less, a mixed bag. It looks lovely, has a ton of charm and a fun spirit, likable characters, and a interesting mash-up of the classic Peter Pan story. It is also too long, has a ton of slow scenes, embarrassing moments, and only a few funny jokes. With that in mind, it's still a enjoyable Steven Spielberg film, even if it's pretty flawed.

Tatsuhito K (kr) wrote: There are things in "Rebel Without a Cause" that absolutely stands the test of time, but there are also a lot of things in it that don't translate well in the modern world. James Dean is a great screen presence and I can't imagine another actor portraying this character with such intensity and heart.

Dryorophus (nl) wrote: Recommended by Arianeta

Victor T (us) wrote: It is something common in Hollywood to create unnecessary sequels, and a common genre who is the target of this statement are romantic comedies, but considering how unique "Before Sunrise" was, it is shocking that Linklater decided to make a sequel nine years later. Does the romance between Jesse & Celine is a story worthy of a sequel? Is this as unique as "Sunrise"? Nine years after the events of "Before Sunrise", Jesse has become a bestselling novelist thanks to a book based on the events of that night with Celine. On his promotional world tour, he ends up meeting Celine again in France. While I understood why "Before Sunrise" achieved its cult status and I praised most of the techniques used to tell that story, I found it underwhelming to my taste thus I wasn't exactly anxious to see Jesse & Celine again, but surprisingly this sequel managed to surpass my expectations (which admittedly weren't that high to begin with). "Before Sunset" takes all that made its predecessor as beloved as it is: The acting is even better, Linklaters directing is more personal and even more showoffy due to some long takes, even gorgeous settings, the characters are more developed, the pacing takes advantage of every single minute of this short running time, the comedy is still somewhat funny, the interactions are as relatable as last time (or even more, or at least for me), the minimal soundtrack works when it is used, and the romance is taken to new directions but it still is believable. But the best thing of this sequel is the script. Thanks to Hawk and Delpy, the dialog is no longer the pretentious hippie Linklaters trademark, it is natural, adequate to the age of these characters, emotional when it's appropriate, and overall more engaging."Before Sunset" is one of those sequels that are undeniably better than the original. It has all the elements that made the first one as unique and enjoyable but mixed with a more mature script and even powerful emotional moments.

Liam U (ru) wrote: Almost as good as the first. Stay around for the excellent song over the end credits. Again, William Marshall exudes cool as Blacula. Great stuff.

Richard C (it) wrote: Marlon Brando delivers one of his most complex and interesting performances in this very underrated adult drama from John Huston that features a mixture of intriguing drama, enjoyable performances and a cleverly paced direction, all done in the view of some unusual but beautiful golden (literally) cinematography. A very good film to watch at the end of the day.

Samuel N (ca) wrote: Very impressive super cool and twisted might buy