Porn in the Hood

Porn in the Hood

3 childhood friends who have never left their hometown in the suburb try to get into porn as a way earning easy money.

Mousten, Momo and Abdelkrim spend their time letting their lives slip by. Until the day they discover an auditions advertisement in a porn magazine. From their standpoint of no girls and no... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Dan V (jp) wrote: Lighthearted comedy. A lot of sexuality. Would not watch with parents.

Thomas W (fr) wrote: First-time feature documentarian director Matthew Cooke's 'How to Make Money Selling Drugs' is about exactly that. There is no clever misdirection, grand illusion, trick or outright lie ... it is about making LOTS of money while selling drugs. In what has been described as a "shockingly candid examination", Cooke interviews a cross-section of "insiders" - dealers, big pharma lobbyists (ka-ching!), prison employees etc. -- who know this world of secret deals and cutting and mixing as few others who have survived to tell their tales. While the documentary deals with unsavory subject matter, Cooke keeps the footage rather PG-13 and his style and format becomes most engrossing. He starts the viewer out as a little Joe Schmoe selling drugs to his high school class and teammates before escalating his "business" over the course of a relatively short amount of time into a multi-million dollar, international conglomeration complete with mules (some very unfortunate souls) and chefs and high profile clientele. While Moore shows the audience how frighteningly easy a global market can be obtained (which brings in the BIG bucks), he never once glamorizes the trade without depicting the harsh realities (cops, fights, bad deals, death) that are never more than a few steps away at any given time of day. In order to not boggle down the mind of most viewers and to keep the film fresh and interesting, Cooke breaks his film into segments one might come across in an "Idiot's Guidebook". It is made clear that just about anybody can sell some drugs but it is NOT a wise profession. It is an interesting watch ... which might sadly influence some pathetic copycats who are both dangerous and dumb.

Adrian F (ca) wrote: starting from the first boogeyman, each film has gotten progressivly worse. the plot is very old and pointless. there are maybe one or two jumpy parts but thats about it, it never delivers true horror or scares. its predictable in every scene and the ending sets up another boogeyman that will also be pointless and dumb.

felipe m (it) wrote: Dois jovens muito unidos acabam se distanciando pela viso/tradio da rixa entre suas naes/tribos. Um exemplo "clssico" da rivalidade consolidada pelo tempo, cuja origem provavelmente desconhecida pela maioria dos que convivem com isso. Bom filme.

Dan C (au) wrote: Absolutely heartbreaking. I recommend EVERYONE see this regardless of political affiliation. I am not surprised this film got zero press... it is a brutally honest firsthand account of what life is like fighting in Iraq. This story needs to be told.

DeSean C (br) wrote: RDJr is a great actor..He doesn't need a suit of Iron or a partner named Watson. He's a great talker and this is a good movie.

Brett B (fr) wrote: One of the more unique interpretations of Holmes lore. Caine and Kinglsey have a terrific, bantering chemistry, and it's always nice to see Freeman in a villainous role.

Ian T (es) wrote: A load of fucking nonsense really.

David S (gb) wrote: Typical coming of age nostalgia film elevated by a compelling look at surfer culture and that crazy Gary Busey.

Ellen C (de) wrote: [COLOR=DarkOrchid]I love William Shakespear play the Midsummer Nights Dream especially the movie with Michelle Pfeiffer, Calista Flockhart and etc. Its such a romantic story I also love the fairies and the costumes and makeup. I also love Romeo and Juliet, its so romantic two people willing to die together for love :fresh: [/COLOR]

James H (nl) wrote: Collateral is a great thriller that keeps you guessing. Also it looks amazing, from the cinematography to the set pieces you can't take your eyes off it. Jamie Foxx is very good and Tom Cruise, from a drama perspective, gives one of the best performances of his career playing a cold and merciless killer. The villain doesn't really feel like a villain either because his motivations are crystal clear.

Dave J (ag) wrote: Tuesday, November 8, 2011 (2008) Hit And Run Unrated THRILLER/ HORROR Straight to rental movie has teenage Mary (Laura Breckenridge) while driving, accidently hits someone while trying to avoid something she saw lying on the middle of the road, her life then becomes a living hell once finding out that he wasn't really dead after all! Acting is exceptional but the convoluted storyline with plotholes would leave viewers asking more questions than receiving any answers. Idiotic and stupid at it's best that could've been interesting. 1.5 out of 4 stars

Dan A (jp) wrote: Gritty ockers versus the cruel faceless Japs in the hell on earth jungles of PNG. Sterotypes aside, the movie does look fantastic, and the historical import of the situation deservces to be remembered, but Band of Brothers, Platoon and others did the mateship, man on the ground thing better.