Once Upon a Time in Venice
Steve Ford is a private detective in Venice Beach, Calif., who's good with the ladies, bad with the punches and wild about his dog Buddy. When local thugs steal Buddy, Ford turns to Spyder, their devious leader, and forges an unlikely alliance. With help from his best friend, Steve pulls out the big guns to retrieve Spyder's stolen cash and cocaine and save Buddy.
Steve Ford (Bruce Willis) is a down but not out L.A based Private Investigator whose professional and personal worlds collide after his loving pet Buddy is stolen by a notorious gang. A series of crazy circumstances find him doing the gang's bidding, while being chased by two vengeful Samoan brothers, a loan shark's goons, and a few other shady characters. They say a dog is a man's best friend, and Steve shows how far a man will go to be reunited with him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(mx) wrote: Pohwasogeuro (71: Into the Fire in English) is an under-seen and relatively unknown South Korean war movie that deserves a bigger audience to view it. It not only paints a picture on the horror of war, deliver on huge set-pieces, but above all makes you feel patriotic. Pohwasogeuro (71: Into the Fire) tells the true story story of student-soldiers trying to protect a middle school during the early days of the Korean War. As far as historical accuracy goes I can't say much for this was the first time I ever seen anything based on this event. The story is well written with a huge portion of the movie itself is actually dedicated to developing the characters. There's also a sense of urgency for the heroes we follow. Whereas a majority of war films would have us follow a trained soldier, in this film we don't follow to many which brings a sense of urgency often missing from this genre. It's because of this we care about our students soldiers for they are not the best trained, not the most professional, or even the most intelligence. They are, however, cooperative putting aside their differences to fight together for a common cause. Some area of the plot do go underdeveloped, like the protagonist relationship with his mother, but the aspects that are developed do help this film. This war film doesn't focus on the war itself, but instead on the people who fought in them and giving us soldiers we could relate too.No war movie (at least from the one I've seen) is without big battle set-pieces. This certainly delivers on that with plenty blood, explosions, and destruction for anyone who watches war movies just for the spectacles. Some will be disappointing they is not a whole of allot fighting til the final act, but it's the lack of fighting that help the film focus on it story. The production design is top notch. Clothing and locations all look like from the era it takes place it in. It contains good acting, especially from the cast that portrays the students soldiers. The direction for the most part is good. Some area could have improved from a better direction; like a scene when a soldier kills a child is not talked about much and is a key moment that is brush aside. Pohwasogeuro (71: Into the Fire) is a South Korean war movie that has quality drama and big battle scenes that be compared to Hollywood war films. If you're fan of war films you should this check this out.
(au) wrote: 1 hal yang gw dapet..revolusi atau perubahan terjadi karena sebuah bangsa menginginkan KEMERDEKAAN.
(ag) wrote: A good animated film. Could have been better.
(br) wrote: Radio Days is amongst my favourite Woody Allen movies, made when he was at a creative high. It is an accessible and warm hearted comedy telling the story of a young Jewish boy, growing up in 1940s New York. Interwoven with his story are those of his extended family and the numerous stars of the radio shows that they enjoyed listening to. As with many of Allen's films, there are some strong female roles and Radio Days is no exception. Joe's mother is played by Julie Kavner, his lovelorn aunt by Dianne Wiest and a young cigarette girl with aspirations of radio stardom by Mia Farrow. Joe himself is a young Seth Green and he makes for a very likeable central character, all wide-eyed and up to mischief. There's an obvious affection for the subject matter here and the gentle script pokes fun at, but never mocks the heyday of the radio serial or society programmes that filled the airwaves with fantastical tales or celebrity gossip. There are some genuinely funny moments as the overcrowded family try to emulate the radio stars or their lifestyles. This is a tender, nostalgia trip which I've seen many times, each time I find much to enjoy and laugh at and I always get a warm glow of satisfaction after watching it.
(jp) wrote: The cinematography is gorgeous and this is obviously a well made movie but it drags on for far too long and it tells the story of a romance I couldn't care less about. Meryl Streep, as always, is lovely, but I'm not really sure what accent she was going for here. Though I admire the movie cinematically, this movie left me untouched.
(gb) wrote: The thrills are there. But it is as if the thrills are trying to convince you that you re having a good time. Making this film even unsure of itself that it's even good or not.
(mx) wrote: GREAT MOVIE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
(br) wrote: Odd WWII flick about desertion in the South Pacific during the gloomy days of the Allied campaign. Nick Nolte, not my favorite, is a stranded G.I. who because of his blue eyes is saved from certain death by native head hunter tribe. Is this some kind of a joke? In the last days of World War II, a British captain is parachuted into Borneo to organize resistance against the Japanese. In order to accomplish his mission, he must deal with an American who has made himself almost a God in the eyes of the local inhabitants. While a generally well made film, the plot here is a stretch. This deserter marries into this tribe of headhunters after being saved by his new wife. The question is whether he can be happy in "paradise" or return to the world he left. In the end he sides with his past and the British who seek him out. Depending on your level of movie sophistication, this one may entertain or may not. Cast Nick Nolte (the King) Nigel Havers Frank McRae Aki Aleong James Fox Marilyn Tokuda William Wise Crew Director: John Milius Producer: Andre Morgan Screenplay: John Milius Editor: Anne V. Coates Art Director: Virginia Bieneman Set Decorator : Virginia Bieneman Associate Producer: Charles Hannah Associate Producer: Gopala Krishnan Art Director: Bernard Hides Associate Producer: Ralph Marshall Production Designer: Gil Parrondo Composer: Basil Poledouris Costume Designer: David Rowe Editor: C. Timothy O'Meara Producer: Albert S. Ruddy Choreography: Anne Semler Cinematographer: Dean Semler Based on a Work by: Pierre Schoendoerffer Original Release Date: Jan 1, 1989