Rude Boy

Rude Boy

Rude Boy is a semi-documentary, part character study, part 'rockumentary', featuring a British punk band, The Clash. The script includes the story of a fictional fan juxtposed with actual public events of the day, including political demonstrations and Clash concerts.

A young British punk and roadie for The Clash navigates life in socially torn 1970s England. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jackie L (ca) wrote: Great story but cheesy Hollywood production

JuanKa P (mx) wrote: A finales de los 40's, Dalton Trumbo (Bryan Cranston) era uno de los ms renombrados guionistas de Hollywood, pero su ideologa poltica de tendencia comunista lo puso en el ojo del huracn, por lo que tuvo que pagar con crcel, difamacin y los estudios tenan prohibido contratarlo. Con mucha astucia, Trumbo logr sobreponerse a esta prohibicin y lleg a ganar algunos premios de la Academia, a veces a nombre de terceros, lo mostr la injusticia a la que fue sometido por dcadas. Es la historia de este gran guionista que lleg a manejar un mercado negro de guiones en Hollywood.

David W (it) wrote: Cheesy series of movies but worth a look if nothing else is on..

Ian E (br) wrote: "Stuart Little 2" has a fast-moving pace and lovable characters, which by its character-driven plot allow the film to intrigue on multiple levels.

Justice F (br) wrote: I enjoyed the movie B

Jay L (fr) wrote: I actually liked this one better than I thought I would. The fight scenes between JCVD and Mickey Rourke are pretty and the action scenes are pretty solid, but Dennis Rodman gets on my nerves. His acting abilities are so bad that I would rather sit in a bath tub full of pine cones than watch another movie with Rodman. However, the film moves at a fast pace so there is limited time to realize how bad this movie can be while watching it. All in all, not a bad way to start off my Van Damme-athon. I give Double Team 2 1\2 out of 5 stars on the Damme Meter due to some decent action scenes, but the stupid plot and bad acting really bring the movie down to a level where this could have been a straight to DVD release. Entertaining, but hard to watch during a few painful scenes involving Rodman's lack of sense of humor.

Dwain K (es) wrote: If I had to describe this film with one word, it would be "intriguing." For the last half of the film we are wondering what truly is reality. Our imaginations come up with ideas and we watch to see if we are right. The bad thing I see about this film are the cheap scares, like things flashing by the camera. Still, John Carpenter always helps to tell a compelling story.

The Critic (br) wrote: Despite waves of silliness, Adrian Lyne's film is an altogether guilty pleasure of Mills & Boon trash dressed up as a sophisticated question of morality. The film is given clout by its strong cast; Robert Redford possesses a cool charisma, Woody Harrelson competently depicts a range of emotions and Demi Moore, the commodity in-between them, switches from both warm to icy and back again under the weight of her conundrum. Central characters David and Diana Murphy (Harrelson and Moore) travel on a far-reaching arch that would perhaps be more suited to daytime television, but audiences flocked to see it, despite a majority of critics advising them otherwise, and the film's core question still holds relevance and intrigue.

Lee M (fr) wrote: A directionless and flaccid affair -- an uncharacteristic misfire for the usually dependable Glen CLose.

Allan C (au) wrote: Burt Reynolds is 'Gator McKlusky! Do you really need to read anything else to know that you want to see this movie? Well, if you do, Burt is ex-con, moonshine runner Gator McKlusky, who's let out of jail to bring down evil crime lord, Jerry Reed. The film is an uneven mess, but he action is okay and there's a colorful cast of character actors that populate the film, which make it worth watching. The film is Burt's directorial debut, but I do think he'd later go on to direct some solid films, like "Stick" and "Sharkey's Machine." This film has some great scenes here and there, particularly one with Burt and Lauren Hutton on a beach that almost transcends the goofiness of the rest of the film, but the film really can't decide if it wants to be an action, a comedy, a drama or a romance. But don't feel too bad for Burt and Jerry who would find the right balance with their next film, "Smokey and the Bandit," which happened to be directed by Hal Needham, who did stunt coordination and second unit work on this film. One big plus for this film is the fine photography by William A. Fraker (Rosemary's Baby, Bullitt, Tombstone). However, this film is really only for fans of Burt (which I count myself among).

dhruti k (jp) wrote: a movie that makes me remind of this amazing song 'dost dost na raha.pyaar pyaar na raha.zindagi tera aitbaar na raha..really touchy movie

Talal H (mx) wrote: the reason i still watch this movie only for wesley snipes comments , i will watch it until year 2023

Ross L (de) wrote: Are all cops related? Are half of them corrupt? Does the corrupt half always get the good half in trouble? Do they all drink like sailors and are either divorced or overly family oriented? I love stereotypes! 2008 Movies: 130

Paul D (ag) wrote: Steady love-triangle drama.

Aaron G (ca) wrote: I know my one-star rating sends me to film-school hell, but I simply did not care about Mr. Bickle at any point in this story.

Felipe A (fr) wrote: The story of this movie sucks.