Young and handsome Sergio works the night shift as a trash collector in Lisbon, Portugal. He can't force himself to connect with his pretty female co-worker Fatima, who displays an avid ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Young and handsome Sergio works the night shift as a trash collector in Lisbon, Portugal. He can't force himself to connect with his pretty female co-worker Fatima, who displays an avid ...
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Andrew W (jp) wrote: A very black comedy, shades of Guy Ritchie. Escalating violence and dry humour. Well timed and producing inappropriate laughter along the way.
Rob P (gb) wrote: Fairly pathetic movie.
Jennie R (ca) wrote: What a dull movie! At first, I kept thinking that I just didn't get it but in the end I did. I just didn't care. The main character, Zel, is a plain dull character. I actually watched the first half twice bc I thought I missed something vital to the story. I didn't. Don't bother with this apathetic mess. Hang out with your friends instead.
Srood T (nl) wrote: incredible, how disgusting human could be! this is happening in your fuckin' country right now people! wake the hell up!
Jes N (ca) wrote: This was an interesting look into the world of LARPers. Not kids, but adults who work LARPing into their real lives as a way of escape from reality.
Aaron M (au) wrote: The third instalment is quite clearly the weakest but stays true to an old formula the on screen chemistry of these two unlikely partners still shines. Tucker is funnier than ever but some gags are cheaper and more cringeworthy than its predecessors. The story is weaker even though it introduces an old character or two. Its a highly addict film franchise to watch and is great to enjoy with a group of friends as its light hearted fun which is frankly one of the best action comedies to date.
Rich L (ca) wrote: Another creepy Lovecraft B-movie.
Omar L (us) wrote: So the groundbreaking art of Jackson Pollock was brought about just as we suspected: he accidentally dripped paint on his canvas. This movie could have been brilliant if it chose the right protagonist: Jackson Pollock's wife Lee Krasner. Marcia Gay Harden's performance made her character more relevant than anything Jackson did on this screen. This movie offered nothing in the way of narrative or insight into the abstract work of Pollock, and the poor script contributed to a giant waste of time. It wasn't a layered look at mental illness, nor was it an examination of modern art. Besides Harden, nothing, and I mean nothing in this movie is worth watching.
Michael M (us) wrote: I really don't get everyone's criticisms of this movie. I watched it again 20 years later thinking maybe I would have a better view of what is wrong with this movie, but I still loved it.
Timeen (ca) wrote: This one made me sad at the end
Alan W (ca) wrote: This is a great action movie about oil fires
Tom H (au) wrote: Superb film noir with finely drawn characters and a deliberate but engrossing build-up. Harry Belafonte and Robert Ryan play two sides to the same coin, and each elicits a performance so layered that they are at once sympathetic and unlikeable at times. Ed Begley, as the shopworn ex-cop looking for his own slice of the American Dream maintains just the right level of neutrality, likability, and ruthlessness to keep these two from tearing each other's throat out. Coming a year after Orson Welles' "Touch of Evil," it's proof that in 1959, the noir genre still wasn't dead, and multi-genre super-director Robert Wise does a masterful job of keeping the pace fluid and straddling the edge between taking sides. Ryan was one of the best badasses of his time, and Belafonte proves his acting chops with flying colors.
keiron b (mx) wrote: Absolutely superb, with some brilliant twists to keep you guessing.
Richard D (au) wrote: A well-directed, beautifully shot cynical war film from Nicholas Ray featuring a great performance from Richard Burton. I found the story a bit lacking and the romantic sublot felt really tacked on.
Ben H (ru) wrote: The Brits has done it again...Hilarious, and awkwardly funny at times...this fearless rom-com roamed where Hollywood don't want to...
Ryan K (fr) wrote: I'd say enjoyable enough and decent but not incredible. Tad bit of a guilty pleasure for me.
Grant S (ru) wrote: In the woods outside a small town in Vermont, several people, in turn, stumble across a dead body, that of Harry. Captain Wiles is convinced that he shot him accidentally while hunting, and tries to hide the body. Things quickly get rather complicated...Directed by Alfred Hitchcock but quite unlike any Hitchcock movie you'll see, in many ways. Even before the movie begins you can tell this does not fit in with his usual movies - the cast gives it away. No James Stewart, no Cary Grant, no big-name stars. Then the movie starts and instead of the usual Hitchcock thriller tone of dark, foreboding colours, even black and white, we have the beautiful scenery of Vermont, in glorious bright colours!Turns out this isn't a thriller, this is a comedy, though not a good one. More Carry On than Woody Allen, this is basically a farce: one event sets a series of reactions and related events in motion. Unforeseen events then occur and/or new information comes to light, and the participants then do something even more ludicrous to cover up their previous actions. Rinse and repeat for over 90 minutes. Very silly at times, and beneath Hitchcock's standards and dignity. One thing that prevents this from being a total waste of time is the dialogue, on occasion. Too wordy, generally, feeling like a play, but there are some very good passages of dialogue sprinkled through the movie.About the only other positive is Shirley MacLaine, in her cinematic debut. She lights up the screen and gives easily the most convincing performance of the movie.On that note, another Hitchcock signature trait that bit the dust in this movie - no blonde lead actress. He really was just phoning it in.
Nicole D (br) wrote: There was a disappointing amount of Father Jesus (Danny Trejo) in this movie. Though I'm aware the movie deals primarily with Hunter, with the use of Trejo's image on the front and back cover, as well as disc, I expected a lot more of him in the movie. It would have been a lot better if there had been. There is a point in the movie that shows a montage of Father Jesus and gives a glimpse of his past; now this is the story I wanted to see.
Brandee H (us) wrote: Very cool movie. I liked it