When David Greene receives a football scholarship to a prestigious prep school in the 1950s, he feels pressure to hide the fact that he is Jewish from his classmates and teachers, fearing that they may be anti-Semitic. He quickly becomes the big man on campus thanks to his football skills, but when his Jewish background is discovered, his worst fears are realized and his friends turn on him with violent threats and public ridicule.
- Stars:Brendan Fraser, Matt Damon, Chris O'Donnell, Randall Batinkoff, Andrew Lowery, Cole Hauser, Ben Affleck, Anthony Rapp, Amy Locane, Peter Donat, Zeljko Ivanek, Kevin Tighe, Michael Higgins, Ed Lauter, Peter McRobbie, Chris O'Donnell,
- Director:Robert Mandel,
- Writer:Dick Wolf (story), Dick Wolf (screenplay), Darryl Ponicsan (screenplay)
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School Ties torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Uhm terrible. I will never get the time I wasted watching this film back and that angers me. Seriously, Danny and Alec must have been bored out of their minds.
(es) wrote: One of the worst pieces of crap I've ever seen.
(ca) wrote: So uncomfortable to watch. Ever hear a little kid try to lie their way out of a tough spot? Get ready to watch that for 1.5 hours.
(it) wrote: extraordinary, spectacular. Art of war that mad 40 BC is still aplicable until now. Sun Tzu's art of war teach us not to attack enemy directly, instead to search another way, with indirectly way, and with decoy. Unbelievable. It is really worth to watch
(es) wrote: Alright they should stop making more movies...2 direct-to-videos in a row and this is more of the same as the first 2
(ag) wrote: Michael Parr :) I'd X the star if I could now- it'll be a . I'd rate it as a Y-movie, is nowhere near as good as a bad B-movie.
(gb) wrote: This was a great story with a wonderful cast. This is going to the top of my favorite Bollywood films.
(br) wrote: This reminded me a lot of 21 up where not much is new with most of the people. In a lot of ways its just a matter of their children being a bit older and a few job switches. I was happy to see Symon was back but wish they had of explained what happened in his first marriage a bit more clearly. Especially since he had five children and its interesting if he is becoming an absentee father as his was. I think what makes this series so remarkable is that over its course you really start to care about the people in it and pull for them. Some people say that this was just a precursor for reality tv but I can't disagree more. Reality tv spews out unremarkable forgettable clones while this movie delivers a diverse, memorable group that you really feel invested in after a few episodes. Just as a random side note... I really wish they'd interview Grevel (sp?) who was in Andrew's house at age 7 and gets dissed every 7 years.
(kr) wrote: God gave Rock and Roll to us, but some frizzy-haired jail-bait with a mix-tape brought it back from the dead. Or so promotes HARD ROCK ZOMBIES, a rockin' film worth purchasing at Kmart for $5 as a triple feature with REVOLT OF THE ZOMBIES and yet another copy of NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD. HARD ROCK ZOMBIES does what the other two movies only dare, however. It has done what only a few big budget films have dreamed venture: it pits zombies against Adolf Hitler. That, in itself, is reason enough to go to Kmart and buy this film. Why you're bothering to sit around and read what I'm spitting out is beyond me. If I were you, I'd be kickin' my way out the door and pealin' rubber to Kmart to secure this gem. But, since you're here . . . HARD ROCK ZOMBIES features an up-and-coming lame excuse for an 80's rock band (the best kind) that is cruising the southerns of California to put on concerts in a hope to "make it big". No one schedules these concerts, the band just appears and plays them, which evidently really pisses people off. Once you hear the band you'll know why. So, the band (which remains nameless) travels to a deep southern town in southern California which has a partiular beef against rock and roll, people who play rock and roll, and agents of the guys who play rock and roll. They hole up with an alarmingly creepy group of folks who, in turn, kill the rockers, and incite a zombie-based revenge that soon consumes the entire town. Quite, quite literally. This film needs to be seen. This is a fact. To hell with SAVING PRIVATE RYAN, THE GODFATHER, and CADDYSHACK, this is a true triumph of American cinema. Hitler vs. zombies, for God's sakes! Okay, the title is a little off. Hard rock was a lot different in 1985 than it is today. Actually, it was a lot different in 1985 than it was in this movie. These guys rock out to stuff April Wine didn't want to touch, and if you know what I'm sayin', you know I'm sayin' a lot. These guys rock about as hard as Mr. Rogers after nap-time on a Tuesday afternoon. They rock so bad the people that are trying to dance to their music are, in fact, dancing to other music in their heads, and that's why their movements are so damn off. They rock about as hard as a fresh case of Peeps. And, if you wanna make a lasting hero in a horror movie, don't have him falling in love with a twelve-year old girl. That's just creepy. And having him as the hairy, Freddy Mercury mustachioed front-man for a lame 80's band makes it even more creepy. From the offset, you know where this relationship is gonna end up: statutory rape and national exposure. And just who lets drippy 80's "hard rock" bands look at ancient medievel texts that contain corpse resurrection songs? I mean honestly? Shouldn't that stuff be under lock and key somewhere? If the world was like this, we'd all be bowing down to Ratt by now. Wouldn't that be somethin' . . . ?
(ru) wrote: Woody Allen always had a passion for making films. Before he made more serious films like "Manhattan", and "Annie Hall", Woody Allen had some enthusiasm to make bad taste movies, Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Sex*, But We Were Afraid To Ask!" is one of them, it may have also have been an inspiration for such parody films like "Monty Python, And The Meaning Of Life", and "Flesh Gordon". The film is split into several parts, and it is a parody of a sex manual done in a "Monty Python" style. Some jokes hit, and some jokes miss; but it will really depend on your own sense of humour. (9/10)
(au) wrote: A fantastic portrayal & expose of Marjoe Gortimer, a household name in North American South as a Child Preacher & was ordained as a minister at 4 years old & married a couple at 4 and half.This film follows Marjoe's return to the preaching circuit & his phenomenal success with the Christian Tent Revivals.Although clearly corrupted by money he had an electrifying charisma & ability to communicate & hook the masses. He seemed to have some dignity at the end but fooled many, an interesting documentary on a clever conman.
(mx) wrote: Losey's subtext: male, patriarcal power.
(au) wrote: Casino Royale reinvents James Bond into a serious, realistic agent with a soul.
(au) wrote: brilliant excellent movie for the family I would recommend watching this!