Dark satire in which the token black man on the executive board of an advertising firm is accidentally put in charge. Renaming the business "Truth and Soul, Inc.", he replaces the tight ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Swope is the only black man on the executive board of an advertising firm, and is accidentally put in charge after the death of the chairman of the board.
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Eric S (fr) wrote: This movie is brilliant. After "Spartan," I was a little disappointed in Mamet, but this completely got rid of that. Go see it.
Hayden H (it) wrote: Boy was this entertaining till the end came around and reminded you this should e called "Jason Statham kicks, punches, and removes his shirt to beat the bad guys in a plot we already have seen and grown tried of""C+"
Scott C (gb) wrote: Interesting retelling of Othello.
Arslan K (us) wrote: I watched it as a kid and really deeply enjoyed it!
Ramos J (ag) wrote: He really is guilty!
Jason M (de) wrote: This is about as perfect a movie (about movies) that one can imagine. Driven by a brilliant script, great acting, haunting soundtrack and neorealism, it brilliantly evokes so many emotions including drama, comedy, passion, sadness, tragedy, nostalgia and love. It is presented as a flashback to an earlier time where the cinema was the centre of cultural entertainment in postwar Sicily, The viewer never doubts that this is a real story unfolding before them, and it is nearly impossible to hold back tears during this film, especially as it culminates and ties together so perfectly at the end. Ennio Morricone's theme song helps to stir so many emotions evoked despite the few words spoken to summarize the protagonist's feelings at the end. A true modern classic of Italian cinema.Let this film be a test to separate the sound film reviewers from the lightweights. I truly believe that any person who can come to post a negative review of this film is an utter fool of cinema. They should return to the pool of manufactured Hollywood commodity product and never return to international cinema.
Al M (br) wrote: A completely hackneyed, unimaginative, and rather bland golden-age slasher film, The Dorm that Dripped Blood features a decent set-up for a slasher film, even if it is somewhat derived from Bob Clark's classic Black Christmas, but it completely fails to deliver on the gore and scares. A decent second or two of brutality fails to keep the film from dragging even thought it is only 85 minutes. Still, I think fellow slasher fanatics will find it worth watching even if it is ultimately very fulfilling.
Peter C (kr) wrote: terrific moody film, with some great visual sequences and an intelligent script. Anyone who loved company of wolves should really see this one.
Bianca B (jp) wrote: I think it is a horrible movie. I thought it was alright at the beginning but there is no real 'story' in it. The story that it shown is way to long with too less details,*SPOILER* and after 1 hour and 20 minutes she goes on a rampage. Thats the whole movie. The most scary thing in the movie is her mom.
Lindsay S (mx) wrote: Such a good movie!!!!!! Makes you grateful for what you have.
Wilma R (gb) wrote: A successful testament to two conflicting ideas. One: love, fate, destiny, and time have a way of working things out no matter how impossible things seem to get. And two: sometimes, the happiness of the past fools us into believing things will be just as good in the present. A typical yet beautiful solution of romance and drama. The raw, genuine, and detailed depiction of first love allows for viewers to feel connected and related to the film. I sobbed. Twice.
Dale R (fr) wrote: Gave it 55 minutes, but it turned into more shoot-em-up car-chase James Bondish nonsense. Next.
Adam S (ca) wrote: Most criminals in movies are good at what they do or career criminals. These guys are just desperate and way over their head, which is what I think is the case most of the time.
Mike S (ca) wrote: This sequel to The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel shifts focus a bit from the British seniors who have moved to an old hotel in India to the hotel's owner and one of the seniors, who is helping him try to expand his business to a second property. The plots and sub-plots are still predictable, but the acting is still fine. Dev Patel and Maggie Smith shine, while all the characters try to find new places in a complicated world.