Riot on Sunset Strip

Riot on Sunset Strip

A police captain (Aldo Ray) is caught between businesses operating on the Los Angeles Sunset Strip who don't like the punks hanging out, and his belief in allowing the kids their rights. But when his daughter (Mimsy Farmer) gets involved with an unruly bunch, his attitude starts to change.

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Imad J (ca) wrote: Looks very interesting

I dont know w (jp) wrote: How did this gross so little? It actually looks cool!

Walter M (de) wrote: [font=Century Gothic]"Classe Tous Risques" starts out with a father dropping his wife and kids off at the Milan train station while on the way to work. The father is Abel Davos(Lino Ventura) who was sentenced to death in absentia in France. He and his partner pull off a daring daytime heist. Realizing the police are closing in on him in Italy, Davos makes it back to France and is cornered in Nice. He calls one of his old gang in Paris for help and requests an ambulance. One of his old gang wants to go but is out on bail. The other two are now semi-legit and do not want to risk it. They do send somebody they are unfamiliar with, Eric Stark(Jean-Paul Belmondo), down to Nice with the ambulance.[/font][font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic]"Classe Tous Risques" is a taut crime drama that is about honor and loyalty amongst criminals. In general, it concerns itself with acts of random kindness, sometimes from and towards the least likeliest of people. There is great location shooting and camerawork.[/font]

Stephen H (de) wrote: A comic gem from Ingmar Bergman, with plenty of biting wit and risque dialogue between the various couplings. It's not as somber an affair as Bergman's other films, but it's still got his worldview.

Steve R (fr) wrote: I honestly can't see what the critics find in this "classic" film. It may have been interesting to a 1930s audience, but it sure isn't now. Even compared only with other 30s comedies, this film stank.

mark d (kr) wrote: The film premiered in competition category of U.S. Documentary Competition program at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival on January 18, 2014. It won the Audience Award: U.S. Documentary at the festival

Kallum S (ca) wrote: A tale of love, life, opportunities, friends, adventure, and really good music. I went into Nick & Nora expecting nothing but a typical Michael Cera outing where he's the shy guy moping constantly. FYI, that is included, but I loved it. Fresh, funny, even warming, I finished this film with a smile on my face and a new film to add to my favourites collection. What centrally keeps the wheels going through this quest of finding Where's Fluffy? is the chemistry between Nick and Nora. its something you route for till the end, and it's ever so lovely. Short and Sweet, loveable little indie film.

Bryan B (au) wrote: Highlander hasn't aged well, but still fun. The soundtrack is done by Queen, which is awesome.