One Love

One Love

Kassa a free-wheelin rasta man, falls for a straight laced gospel singer Serena, when they both meet as they enter a music contest. Serena's father the pastor forbids her to see him and wants her to marry one of his church members. Meanwhile the record boss organizing the contest, tries to get Kassa's band to sign to his label on his terms not theirs. By using heavy tactics, he pushes the band to fight back.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:100 minutes
  • Release:2003
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:love,  

A rasta musician meets a gospel singer when they both enter a music contest in Kingston Jamaic. They fall for each other but are kept apart by the Girl's father the Pastor, who wants her to marry into the church. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Manny C (mx) wrote: A young, unknown, 24-year-old Jeff Buckley (Penn Badgley) hops a plane to New York from California in 1991 to reluctantly perform at a tribute concert at Brooklyn's St. Ann's Church to his late father, singer-songwriter Tim Buckley, who died of a heroin overdoes at the age of 28 in 1975.That's the crux of the narrative in Greetings From Tim Buckley, and director Daniel Algrant (Naked In New York), working from a script by Emma Sheanshang and David Brendel, makes poetry out of it, a haunting tale of father and son who never really knew one another. In flashbacks we see Tim (Ben Rosenfield) building his career, including recording nine albums, while neglecting any family duties, save for sneaking into his ex-wife's home to watch his son in his crib.Algrant steers Greetings From Tim Buckley from being typical bio-pic swill by focusing on only onen event and the aid of terrific actors, including Robert Leo Butz as Hal Willner, the concert organizer, and a wonderful Imogen Poots as intern Allie, who joins Jeff as he avoids rehearsal to visit his father's old hangouts.Badgley, best known for his role as brooding Dan Humphrey on tv's Gossip Girl, gives his best performance anywhere yet. He's electrifying, breathing the role, making sure to catch Jeff's humor (check the scene of him imitating rock singers in a record store) and exposing the raw nerves and pain in his vocals. When he performs his father's song 'Once I Was' a cappella after a guitar string breaks, it's his breakthrough performance, one that will lead to his own short career. That Jeff himself died from drowning in 1997 at the age of 30 only underscores the deep sense of loss that resonates the film. It's indelibly moving, the film and Badgley. Grace indeed.

Alexander M (kr) wrote: A great adventure/survival movie. The historical context of pre-WWII German nationalism makes this movie particularly interesting.

Danielle B (nl) wrote: Better then the first one

Felipe V (us) wrote: Basada en una obra teatral del propio Mamet, el escritor y cineasta pone en pantalla una pelicula cuyo principal objetivo es desafiar a la audiencia de ponerse en una u otra posicion, logrando un efecto que, mas que al ver la pelicula, se genera posteriormente al darse cuenta que hay otras personas que tienen una percepcion totalmente distinta de la relacion entre ambos personajes. Puede ser un profesor que, en su estilo algo agresivo, pero con voluntad, acepta ayudar a su alumna; o puede ser el mismo docente que intenta aprovecharse de la situacion. Interesante juego de sutilezas, un desafio bien logrado por la estrechez de personajes y la fuerza necesaria en los dialogos para llegar a buen puerto. Buen trabajo de Mamet y en especial para el genial William H. Macy.

gary t (it) wrote: wow umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch,,,its got a good cast of actors/actressess throguhout this movie...i think that both michael j fox n nathan lane are good as the brothers from the talent agency that they run..this is a good 1990's movie 2 watch its got a good cast throguhout this movie..i think that the director of this comedy movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie..its an enjoyable movie 2 watch with a good cast throguhout this movie

John Eric D (ru) wrote: Serpico is a very well made Sidney Lumet film, which brings the best out of Pacino and Lumet partnership. This one and Dogs Day Out are my favorite Al Pacino film (post Godfather) which you will recognize him as one of the best gems Hollywood can offer. He's really my favorite actor of all time no doubt about it. And Serpico proves he's the one. For a true story this is a very well made film with a very good writing. I felt bad for the guy being surrounded by narco politics, cops and their selfish agendas driven with corruption, it's just disgusting. This guy has a high morale standard for a supposed to be gold plated policeman. And yet all the gambles he does comes out for nothing. Sad story is, we still live by it. Corrupt officials every single day. Great character driven story. I felt bad for the character and I care, which is what I'm looking for a film. A great classic definitely a must have. Al Pacino's performance is outmatch in the 70s.

Jackson P (mx) wrote: Sean Connery bond is great

Miles M (mx) wrote: This oft-overlooked treasure is among director Akira Kurosawa's finest works. In two wildly different acts the film manages to be both a complex morality tale and police-procedural thriller. The first act watches like a domestic drama. We never leave Gondo's home, but it is in this seemingly claustrophobic setting that we witness Kurosawa's brilliant use of space and increasing adeptness with widescreen composition. Watch how he places his characters: the police passively observing as the chauffeur finally breaks down and begs Gondo to save his son; and Gondo backed into the far right of the screen, writhing against the window in the knowledge that the moral imperative of saving the child will ruin him; the frame is so packed with kinetic characterization that we seem to feel movement despite a static camera. In act 2 we really start to move and are reminded of Kurosawa's masterful use of tracking shots to plunge into the unknown. Much like the penetration into the forests of "Rashomon" and "Throne of Blood," the camera freely roams about a different type of jungle: the slums below Gondo's stately home as we follow the brilliantly systematic police force in their quest to find the villain. The lack of unity and disparate stylistic approaches between the two halves of the film are set up by the title: "High and Low." The disjunct nature of the film gives it it's charm but may also be the barrier that has kept the film from enjoying the same level of acclaim as Kurosawa's more stylistically unified works. This film is loaded: It's an examination of morality as well as a critique of individualism and ambition. It's a head-scratching whodunit and police-procedural potboiler, but above all it is endlessly entertaining.

Caralivia L (de) wrote: Enjoyable. It's fun to see Joan Crawford play such a introverted charactor. And Lorne Greene just knows how to us hate him as Burt's bastard father. The best scene (imo) is in the confrontation scene with Millie, Burt's Father, and Virginia. When Millie's monologue just forces you cheer and clap!

Stefanos T (es) wrote: Sophisticated, beautiful and elegant. I read quite a bit more about the film and I was surprised by how much I missed. The structure of the film is not by any means linear but circular, meaning that it's going to end where it started. The characters are across all levels of society and they all have sexual encounters in pairs which are shown either before or after. Essentially, the film is about how sexual contact transgresses boundaries of class.

Garrett C (br) wrote: Kind Hearts and Coronets is one of the most brutal, and most hilariously British, films ever made. Alec Guinness's portrayal of eight different victims is laudable, but Dennis Price's performance is completely compelling in every sense. His character is thoroughly insane, but it is impossible to imagine an insane serial killer being any more gentlemanly and proper. The writing is hilarious and as dry as they come, but it's Price's performance that make this film the imminently watchable masterpiece that it is.

Timothy J (jp) wrote: A Classic Bogart movie with Lauren Bacall and Edward G. Robinson.