Shot Caller

Shot Caller

A newly-released prison gangster is forced by the leaders of his gang to orchestrate a major crime with a brutal rival gang on the streets of Southern California.

It follows the harrowing, often heart-rending journey of successful businessman Jacob Harlon (Nicolaj Coster-Waldau) who is transformed into Money, a stoic, ruthless prison gangster after a DUI sends him down the rabbit hole of the American prison system. Then, he slowly loses his previous identity and his relationship to his former life, including his wife and son. What happens next to him? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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jen k (it) wrote: I was slightly dissapointed in this but overall I loved that the idiot prince didn't get the girl.

David B (ca) wrote: Subtle, compelling and disturbing. Recommended.

Ben H (us) wrote: A modern comic satire...

Nonya B (ru) wrote: Unfortunately, this was an extremely bad excuse for a film. Ms. Yi is one of the most boring, uninteresting people that I have ever seen on film. Her performance was less than vacuous. I give anyone credit--or maybe not, who can last more than 15 minutes.

Mariel H (ru) wrote: A heart shattering look into the Rwanda Genocide. If I had not watched this in my Sociology class, I would have been crying the whole way through.

Luis U (jp) wrote: I like the animation, but is one of my least favourites

Emanuel P (ag) wrote: I think it was a wonderful movie

Carol H (ag) wrote: This is one of those films I don't have a real opinion about. It was a good film; that's all I have to say.

Matt C (de) wrote: Classic Aussie Film Made In Melbourne

Darrin C (gb) wrote: Second best cycling drama after Breaking away.

Michael W (kr) wrote: Best of the sequels as the Apes travel back from the future to modern day Earth in Taylor's spaceship, setting the course to explain the events that would bring the series full circle. A pleasure to see legendary Detroit news anchor Bill Bonds play himself.

Miranda B (it) wrote: I want to own, probably third on my list of movies to own

Steve G (kr) wrote: There is a very particular kind of natural beauty to an Ozu film that is absolutely incomparable. His films exhibit a simplicity & childlikeness through which the bloom of humanity is seen. Late Spring exudes an easy calmness about it. Yet is always compelling. The music is miraculous. If there were no pictures on the screen, I would just sit & listen to the score, & be mesmerized. Hara is absolutely stunning. Not in a sexy way. Rather, in the dignity, grace, & charm that radiates through her every scene. It's kind of a more dramatic precursor to Father of the Bride. I'm not sure about Ozu completely skipping any appearance of Noriko's man, as we only hear about him. A couple of slightly abrupt edits in that vein. It does seem like the adults are pushing their will on her a little too strongly, even if it is for her own good. Yet I love her sense of duty. This film may not be as celebrated as Tokyo Story, but I experienced greater pure enjoyment from it. Though, in a strange way, the entire crux of the story is based on a deception. Kind of ambivalent. Its greatest strength is in its wonderful depiction of 'the circle of life,' as it were.

Tom H (it) wrote: Stewart`s first Western. great film. stands as strong today as it did back in 39. a perfect balance between comedy and serious.

Ryan W (kr) wrote: Bride of chucky is a Horror Comedy, and as a horror comedy, this film delivers! The thing I love about Bride of Chucky is that it still provides you with a decent horror premise while being a very funny rude also.