Piece by Piece
Piece by Piece is a groundbreaking film that documents San Francisco's highly controversial graffiti art movement. A story told by those who live the experience, Piece by Piece offers an intimate journey into the most intriguing and misunderstood artistic movement of modern youth culture. By detailing the last 20 years of San Francisco's graffiti this tale offers the most candid and accurate story behind the writing on the wall in Northern California. Never has such an in-dept and balanced document been created representing San Francisco graffiti. 100 hours of footage and interviews have been collected for over 4 years and have finally been edited into a cohesive documentary film.
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(au) wrote: Super8, is a Horror/Thriller that is another one of my favorite films and has some amazing performances from many of the actors displayed in this film!
(es) wrote: A shamelessly obscene bastardization of The Muppets! So hideously put together, this exploitation must be a crime.
(ag) wrote: Not really my cup of tea. If you're into sailing you might enjoy this a lot, but most people will find it dull and bland.
(ca) wrote: Not bad, but not as funny as I remember it.
(mx) wrote: Young people. Yeah. I love that. That brings a lot of energy in movies. Rebellious plot about taking your place in society, surviving or actually living in it. Unfortunately, acting is not really great and story isn't really complete, at least for me.
(ag) wrote: One of my favorite movies. Beautifully filmed. Gerard is magnificent. The character Vatel is the man we should all strive to be.
(it) wrote: Not bad for a punk-inspired movie.
(de) wrote: I liked this movie cool and good one to watch not outstanding but had to give it 5 stars just because
(jp) wrote: An excellent, and heartbreaking view into the horror of what could be in the realm of nuclear warfare. I couldn't find this one as a rental, so I actually ordered it in and purchased it - pleased with the purchase, and frightened by imagery of the very realistic threat of nuclear holocaust (as opposed to monsters and ghoulies) - just what I was looking for!
(ag) wrote: I don't like Thunderball as much as most people do, but even I have to say, the movie is really good and delivers on every level. Just compared to its predecessors it somewhat feels like a letdown.
(it) wrote: Well she-yoot, boss, I don't know nothin' 'bout birthin' no babies. I done loves me some fried chicken, and I sure is unedumacated. And that's just the whites, the black people talk even stupider in this movie!
(au) wrote: Funny and fast-paced!
(br) wrote: up 2 their usuasl tricks
(ca) wrote: It's very difficult to rate this, so I'll make it simple. It's a set-up. An art film that's sole purpose is to mess with the minds of the Art film snobs who fit into the atheist, and commonly do, category. Probably the best film about Religion I've seen.
(it) wrote: Watchable but pretty poor. Surprised to see David Carradine and Eva Mendes lower themselves to this mind.
(mx) wrote: This second installment to the 2006 film "Happy Feet" was okay. In my opinion the first one was better. The animation is perfect, but the story was kind of boring and too much singing. The only thing great that I liked in this film was the little shrimps now those were funny. "Happy Feet 2" lacks in many different ways...as that being said I give "Happy Feet 2"a C.
(jp) wrote: The Brits certainly have a different type of humor. Some of it sticks and some of it sinks. It's not really that great of a movie and it's got a very non-Hollywood ending but there are a couple hilarious scenes involved like Anna Faris trying to be in the threesome and the digital picture frame scene is also pretty funny.