Executive produced by Kevin Spacey, Shakespeare High is an inspiring documentary that follows a diverse group of California high school students as they compete in a Shakespeare Festival ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Executive produced by Kevin Spacey, Shakespeare High is an inspiring documentary that follows a diverse group of California high school students as they compete in a Shakespeare Festival ...
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Kerr L (gb) wrote: Great film. Not earth-shattering but very honest and thoughtful.
David D (us) wrote: Hard to remember in any great detail after only a year or so
Jenn T (ca) wrote: Super interesting film, well shot and thought provoking.
Naresh I (mx) wrote: Nice movie...It has captured many hearts of both the youngsters and elders...
Dan K (us) wrote: Another of the latest strain of the remarkably organic films made like a camera is literally dropped in the middle of a real individual's daily life (minus the contaminated portrayal a documentary would deliver). The character in this film is probably somebody you never imagined existing: an orphan child worker in the auto repair slums of New York city. It's the classic tale of one in poverty earning his way to the American dream. Filmed in a lively, bustling immigrant neighborhood. Keeping your eyes glued to the background alone proves an excellent documentary for an American lifestyle
Alejandra G (es) wrote: I think I really liked it. I'm not sure yet though. Anyway the Art Direction is amazing and it's definitely an interesting experience.
WS W (nl) wrote: Not as powerful as expected, kinda cheesy TV-movie scale indeed.
Walter M (us) wrote: [font=Century Gothic]In "Diamond Men", Eddie Miller(Robert Forster) has been a traveling diamond salesman for the past thirty years in central Pennsylvania but because of a recent heart attack, he cannot be insured anymore. The only chance he has to keep his job is to train his successor, Bobby Walker(Donnie Wahlberg), a brash newcomer, whose only experience is maintaining vending machines.[/font][font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic]"Diamond Men" is a modest slice-of-life movie that is as much about respecting the traditions of the past and small towns, as it is about not fearing what will come next. And it is helped enormously by a splendid performance by Robert Forster. But I don't know how I feel about the ending.[/font]
Paul Z (ca) wrote: Friedkin is clearly fascinated by the story's oft-debated use of xenophobia to reinforce its legal arguments, but in his effort to play ping-pong with the audience's complacent prejudices, his star-filled but static film works at troubling cross-purposes with itself. Still, here is a movie that's taken some bullets in the name of an attempt to objectively contemplate the use of force by the American military.
Milla V (kr) wrote: Melko hidastempoinen elokuva, ei kuitenkaan pitkaveteinen.
Ralph R (de) wrote: This movie is guaranteed to be horrible so here is some Billy Squire for your amusement: "Now everybody, have you heard If you're in the game, then the stroke's the word Don't take no rhythm, don't take no style Got a thirst for killin' - grab your vial... " First person to name that song will get an invisible bowl of rice. Nothing will stifle hunger like Uncle Ben's invisible rice, homestyle.
Jacob B (de) wrote: Possibly the most awesome horror film in years.
Flixster K (ag) wrote: This is a test review.