Reluctantly retired from boxing and back from riches to rags, Rocky takes on a new protege who betrays him: As the champ's son must adjust to his family's new life after bankruptcy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A lifetime of taking shots has ended Rocky's career, and a crooked accountant has left him broke. Inspired by the memory of his trainer, however, Rocky finds glory in training and takes on an up-and-coming boxer.
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Marischa B (nl) wrote: not too bad. emily osment is better of at hanna montana with miley cyrus as her best friend!!! this movie is ok but not that good, yet just for one time viewing!!! go see this once and never again.
Alex C (ag) wrote: It's not a sentimental drama about a poor man living in a big city (a harsh irony, I think) trying to make a little cheer for his family in Christmas time. It's not a provoking drama or kind of preaching one, because the characters are not tough themselves (rather, they seem pretending to be). Instead, it is a kind of drama that brings up a subject through the color of realism, without trying to preach and be indulged in its own. The characters, they are alive. You see them in our daily lives, in the subway, on the streets, watching you walk by and maybe talking to you. We know who they are, and they know who they are. It's related to our reality because of it; because they are around us. That's what realism is.But that's what I recognize from the film. The thing is, the film isn't like other realistic films. Others might try to make a miracle in life, trying to lit a candle in the dark, trying to solve the problem. Where God Left His Shoes, being aware of its common subjects, only preserves the candle to be lit up. There is, unknown to the characters, someone to lit the candle for them (the father of construction contractor), ready to help them out of their miserable life for a moment. But the filmmakers didn't let them to reach the person. Why? Maybe because that's life. You expect something good, but it won't come out right away. Maybe you will never be lucky. But as the title say (or let me interpret), God left His shoes everywhere, every time. You just don't know where or when you will find them. I think that's the message.
Tim W (it) wrote: I expected it to be funnier with Simon Pegg, but it's hardly a comedy at all
Hatem A (it) wrote: 3.0/4.0Funny, original comedy centering on Mel Coplin (Ben Stiller) who just had a child with his wife Nancy (Patricia Arquette) in NYC. He doesn't want to name his baby until he finds his birth mother. So they embark on a road trip with Tina (Tea Leoni), an employee of sorts of the adoption agency who wants to document his reunion with his biological mother. With his sex life with Nancy in shambles, Tina's presence means problems.One of writer-director's David O. Russell's earlier works, "Flirting with Disaster" is a quirky and funny road trip comedy. It heads in directions that one doesn't expect and so does the dialogue, which tackles sexual issues in an unexpected manner. Supporting characters are a standout especially Mary Tyler Moore and George Segal as Stiller's Jewish adoption parents. Also, Josh Brolin and Richard Jenkins play two gay cops who accompany the trio on their trip. Cast also includes Alan Alda, Lily Tomlin and Celia Weston.
Ca M (ru) wrote: Your usual teacher comes to poor neighbourhood and gives the children hope. The only big difference is the setting, Australia.
Tony P (fr) wrote: Really forgettable I don't think there's a scene where I can be hyped the most exciting scene is when Peggy shows caps shield. I hate to be mean but marvel has been dying to me. Hopefully the new spider man can change my mind of marvel even though Sonys doing spider man
Larry H (ca) wrote: When it comes to cult classics, Romper Stomper delivers big time. Geoffrey Wright makes us feel right there in the action, especially with the unforgettable performances of Russell Crowe, Daniel Pollock and Jacqueline Mckenzie.
Arthur V (ca) wrote: If I have to explain to you why this movie is awesome, you lack the understanding of what makes a film 'cool'.
Fredrik S (jp) wrote: A great follow up to the initial part in the trilogy. The addition of the charismatic Lee Van Cleef and making him the equal of Clinton's Man Without a Name was a stroke of genius. The plot is unlikely to say the least, but that is irrelevant, as this is all about mood, fantastic action scenes, an over the top music score and intriguing, unexpected editing of the visual storytelling. I'm not a big fan of violence in films, but here it's almost poetic.