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A documentary on the complex relationship between a father and son.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:1999
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:independent film,  

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Huw G (ru) wrote: A simple story, elevated by the balance of tradition with the contemporary. It raises issues through subtle symbolism, and without preaching, leaving you inspired but with that slightly uncomfortable feeling of having things to think further about - on the occasions it seemed bad, have I missed something? Right up there with Ten Canoes.

Michelle W (br) wrote: Very powerful film and incredibly upsetting, but I'm glad the creators of the movies wanted the world to know what happened.

Dann M (gb) wrote: Ugly and monotonous, California Scheming is a poorly made psychological thriller. The story follows a young girl who seduces two high school boys and manipulates them into carrying out her nefarious schemes. The acting is atrocious, and the directing is even worse. The sets look incredibly cheap, the cinematography is bad, and the sound mixing is awful. But worst of all is the dour and sadistic tone, which is extremely off-putting. Nihilistic garbage, California Scheming doesn't have anything to say and fails to entertain.

Maximiliano D (de) wrote: With a solid plot and brilliant cast, X-Men: Days of Future Past is undoubtedly the best in the franchise! They took the best elements from the film series and created a spectacular movie. Director Bryan Singer has brought back reverence and charm to our beloved comic book team. Riveting performances by the powerhouse cast from the original series and the First Class prequel. Special effects were not overdone. Almost all the characters were presented with equal importance. Just the right blend of progressive storytelling and great acting.

Victoria K (br) wrote: I cried during parts of this. Very well done. Had no idea it was based on a real story till I looked it up online. Will be reading the book now.

Christine D (jp) wrote: Great movie! Didn't like him at first but nearing the end I was loving him! Great story!

yusra (nl) wrote: gud but too much extra

Matthew B (mx) wrote: A cool Bad-ass zombie movie with such awesome and cool sense with the zombie kills and the humans kills as well.

jackson w (nl) wrote: One of the best angel movies made by Disney and is dumb with many laughs!

Corey B (mx) wrote: A thriller that isn't a step above others but it isn't a cut under it either. What you get a decent thriller that does it's job for 101 minutes after that meh. You watch this for Keaton and no one else.

Kevin P (ag) wrote: This movie is a classic. So many good lines and the setting of Las Vegas makes it watchable over and over again.

Hugh J (de) wrote: The first Bond movie I ever saw. I don't care what anyone says, I grew up with Brosnan as Bond and this movie is just great. As is the game based on it.

Michael W (jp) wrote: Aging safecracker takes on apprentice when they wind up breaking into the same house. Another quality entry from Forsyth and Sayles, with likeable characters (Burt Reynolds still has charm) and a fine ending.

Dave C (gb) wrote: It's a tribute to how great the er.. greats of the Nam sub-genre are that this also-ran movie feels so generic and unexciting. Might be enough to make it passable for those who really like this sort of thing, but make sure you've watched Rescue Dawn first.Strangely, Glover here plays a 35 year old, a year after famously claiming to be 'too old for this shit'.

Jennifer T (it) wrote: Fun seeing the old people get a lot of energy from that pool. A little boring but has its nice moments.

Caitlin L (it) wrote: Great movie. Hysterical. Love this movie.

Jason B (gb) wrote: Very funny western ( spoof) have wanted to see this again for the last 15 years. Got the box set of 4 films if any friends want to see it!

roger t (jp) wrote: tagline says it all: a woman who goes to extremities....

Ben L (jp) wrote: Point Break is one of those movies that I've heard people talk about for decades, but it just never crossed my radar as one I need to watch. Well, the action movie lover in me probably should have checked it out a long time ago, because it certainly has scenes that get me excited. The basic story structure is right up my alley. I like Keanu Reeves as the cop who goes undercover with a gang of surfers, because he seems like the type of guy who could blend right in with them. Gary Busey is perfect as the experienced cop who supports Keanu Reeves and has been on the job long enough to be willing to break some rules. Where my difficulty with the movie starts is with the character played by Patrick Swayze. It's not that he isn't convincing in the role, it's just the kind of character I loathe. A guy who lives for the next great adrenaline rush seems like something that might exist in the real world, but he is played up to such an extreme in Point Break that it feels like a caricature. This hurts the movie for me, because I can't see why Keanu's character connects with him so much (to the point he won't even do his job.) I'm also willing to accept some far-fetched stuff in my action movies, but the illogical swings in the final act are so odd that I started to just laugh. Admittedly, part of this is the fact that I wasn't buying into Swayze's character, so I wasn't willing to accept his ridiculous actions. Point Break is shot extremely well, it is a lot of fun to watch, and it did keep me guessing through a decent amount of the film. While it might not stack up with many of the other 90s action movies that I love, I'm glad I've finally seen it.

Mike V (de) wrote: This musical contains some wonderful performances, songs, and scenes. It is also very funny and some of the sight gags by O'Connor are brilliant. Perhaps some of the extended performance scenes are a little dated, but it is still a wonderfully entertaining film. Considered to be the best musical movie of all time and the fifth greatest movie of all time. My favourite film of 1952. 1001