Four teams from the grittiest corners of Chicago meet for a no holds barred dodge ball tournament, the Chicago Underground Dodgeball League. The fully improvised and guerrilla style mockumentary shows the true face of the league. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
You may also like
Red Balls torrent reviews
Bruno V (gb) wrote: Like to see Kristin Scott Thomas play...good acting , interesting simple story...no idea how much he told her at the end.
Chad D (jp) wrote: A Robert Englund vehicle with a horrible plot and worse acting, Inkubus fails to provide any entertainment and embarrasses the idea of the horror icon himself.
Florent T (au) wrote: omg this was really bad !
KJ P (ag) wrote: Aside from a completely tampered with ending, "Death Note 2: The Last Name" embraces it's title and surpasses the original film in many ways, even if it strays further away from it's source material. We get more depth into the characters and how they feel about everything, and everyone is much smarter, making this a much more engaging film all around. There are minor complaints I have, which I can't mention without spoiling, but I'll just say that the ending in the original source material was much better handled, rather than things just unfolding like this film did. The direction is a bit better, the camerawork is impressive, and the script is great! I again loved watching this film for what it was, trying hard not to compare it. The ending is kind of a let down, but it's a terrific thriller/mystery.
(it) wrote: Amy Brenneman, Glenn Close, Calista Flockhart, Holly Hunter, Gregory Hines, Cameron Diaz, Matt Craven, Kathy Bates, Danny Woodburn, Valeria Golino, Noah Fleiss, Romma Mafia, Mika Boorem DIRECTED BY: Rodrigo Garcia This is a story roughly surrounding seven women. I can see all the men fleeting as I type that, lol.. It most definitely is a chick flick, so I can see some guys cringing away. But some of you out there secretly like these movies, admit it..LOL. This movie is full of some very talented actress's, some of my favorites. I was really excited to see this movie to see how it all ladies intertwined with one another in the story. I must say I really enjoyed how they connected all the women together without them actually really knowing each other. It was definitely an interesting watch and kinda sad as well. Seeing one losing their partner to an illness, the other to his wife, and seeing the other's being so desperate to have a partner. It's obvious that this is how it is for some women. But personally I find being desperate and clingy like Glenn Close character just sad. Her character is the one I felt more sad for then any of them besides Calista Flockhart. and Holly Hunters. Holly not so much for her relationship, but for what she gave up because of the relationship she had. Great acting by all. Even the younger stars in this film. Some of the stories where more interesting then others, but still flowed with the movie in its entire very well. Worth seeing if you like chick flicks.
James C (gb) wrote: Good Story really nicely shot. Funny and really well though out on the whole. Perhaps some of the big hollywood stars could take some acting lessons from this.
Crews O (mx) wrote: This movie is combination of two things that I adore. It combines some of the greatest hand drawn animation from Walt Disney Animation Studios, and some of the greatest classical music by some of the greatest composers of all time. All of this and more makes it my favorite film of all time.
Peter F (es) wrote: Possibly the closest John Cassavetes came to directing a screwball comedy. Minnie and Moskowitz is a tale of misfit love, that runs on improv and the director's efficient sense for making micro-budgeted pictures. While Cassavetes casted his usual slew of actors here (AKA family and friends), the film's focal point is on Gena Rowlands and Seymour Cassell. The two leads certainly have strong chemistry as this dysfunctional couple, but their performances are occasionally over-the-top, perhaps suggesting Cassavetes didn't entirely know if the film should be humorous, or not. Uneven as it is sometimes, Minnie and Moskowitz is a very pleasing and different film from Cassavetes, and one of his most curious ones as well.
Jay B (ru) wrote: Here we have the first black sheep of The Pink Panther series, in that it doesn't star Sellers, wasn't directed by Edwards and wasn't scored by Mancini. Admittedly, as soon as the film starts, its hard not to miss the Inspector Clouseau we know from before... honestly though, Arkin is more than great with his attempt to fill some massive shoes. Had Sellers continued to shun the role, I could see Arkin as a pretty worthy replacement. This entry to the lunacy seems to have fallen through the cracks, but I'm not sure why... it follows the formula beautifully.
Luc L (nl) wrote: This is a very strange movie that manages to be visually impressive, superbly acted, over the top, it has very dark humour and quite serious at times. It taken me awhile to watch this movie, i finally watched it and i was quite entertained with the feature most of the time. The cast is excellent here, especially Lennix is a strong terrific supporting performance. The cinematography, production designs and costumes are first-rate. The movie could be quite slow at times, the movie had an odd futuristic look also. It is like the director wanted to be respectful the old age peroid of the dialogue and yet the movie has an bizarre modern look. Always the feature makes you forget at times, it is supposed to be in an alternative look of modern society. Which the movie can be seen as a satire of violent society. For some reason, it reminded me of "Pink Floyd's The Wall" at times. Taymor is certainly an visual storytelling. The music score by Elliot Goldenthal (Alien 3, Demolition Man, Interview with a Vampire) is outstanding. "Titus" is certainly not for all tastes but it is certainly different than most movies have to offer these days. "Titus" did manage have an cult following over the years, since it had a limited disturbution in theaters. It must have been something to see this at the big screen but it plays safer on DVD.