A dark, hip, urban story of a barren and anonymous city where the underclass' sport of choice is ram-raiding. An exciting game in which stolen cars are driven through shop windows to aid large-scale looting before the police arrive. For Tommy, it's a business, but for Billy and Jo, it's a labour of love. As the competition between Tommy and Billy grows more fierce, the stakes become higher and the "shopping" trips increasingly risky.
- Stars:Sadie Frost, Jude Law, Sean Pertwee, Fraser James, Sean Bean, Marianne Faithfull, Jonathan Pryce, Daniel Newman, Lee Whitlock, Ralph Ineson, Eamonn Walker, Jason Isaacs, Chris Constantinou, Tilly Vosburgh, Melanie Hill,
- Director:Paul W.S. Anderson,
- Writer:Paul W.S. Anderson
Lone group of teens, led by recently released joyrider and his disenchanted Belfast girlfriend, strives to leave their mark on "a British city in the near future" while attempting to avoid ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(fr) wrote: For a found footage horror film about a cult, a surprising degree of dark and disturbing is achieved, but there's nothing to balance that, and the back story never felt substantial enough to buy into any of the characters. If this is your genre it'll probably be a four star movie, but it's not mine, sorry.
(gb) wrote: Very dysfunctional family...watchable.
(ag) wrote: What a disappointment - this one has to be one of the most dry documentary in recent times. No real substance just a voice over to some pictures.
(ru) wrote: It is extremely unfulfilled with the latest technology and no real answer!
(br) wrote: Does a great job in introducing this lovely Irish family moving to New York with just a handful of scenes. From that point on it's hard not to be moved by the funny and sad things they go through. Awesome acting, especially the two little girls are adorable, Djimon Hounsou is great as always. Wonderful feel-good movie with quite a few really moving scenes.
(gb) wrote: this tomie movie was pretty good :)
(us) wrote: sad and beautiful...
(ca) wrote: "Say Anything" - an engaging movie aimed at the young adults and yet being a nostalgic piece for the others beyond the demographic This story about two characters fighting their inner conflicts to take tougher decisions in life is a fortuitous one for those going through a similar phase . Not the most convincing of plot points or the dynamics between the characters but Cusack and Skye's wonderful charming portrayals is the singlemost contributing factor . The picture is an appealing one although it doesn't go beyond the two dimensional nature it has setup itself
(jp) wrote: brillant as all elvis flims
(au) wrote: I cannot believe I have not seen this yet! Well...there are so many great films out there and o so little time to watch them all!
(nl) wrote: Reindeer Games is the final film of director John Frankenheimer, and it stars Ben Affleck, Charlize Theron, and Gary Sinise in an action film about 2 cellmates who are about to be released, but one of them gets killed before they get released. So when Ben Affleck's character get released, he sees that a girl was there waiting for his cellmate to come out, and he decided to go with her with his cellmate's identity. With all the films directed by John Frankenheimer, I didn't expect this film to be the first one that I watched, but it was because of Ehren Kruger as the writer. To my surprise, Reindeer Games is a bit fun in a trashy way. The acting from Ben Affleck and Charlize Theron are fine, nothing worth talking about, but Gary Sinise however, is having a lot of fun acting very campy and enjoyably over the top. The plot gets ridiculous when it keeps going, and with some plot points going, it made it even more out there. The action scenes are a bit cool to watch, and I wasn't bored watching it. There are some funny moments in there, and the twists are surprisingly a bit shocking. The writing by Ehren Kruger isn't as bad as I thought it would be, but it's not as good as Arlington Road or The Ring. The plot doesn't make sense, but for what the movie is worth, Reindeer Games is a decent film that I'm pretty sure is definitely not at the director's high point here.
(jp) wrote: Besides the brilliant and beloved Christmas special, this is certainly my favorite Peanuts production. Wisely snatching The Sherman Brothers, best-known for their work on Disney features, the score is spectacular and ranks up there with their best material. Some say Snoopy Come Home is too dark and depressing to sit through more than once, but I think it mostly finds the right mix - although I have to admit a few scenes are rather heartbreaking and disturbing. The "No Dogs Allowed" bit with Thurl Ravenscroft's husky vocals is always great.
(es) wrote: Not nearly as good as I had hoped.