In 1972 an ambitious young mobster named John Gotti (Danny Nucci) plans to steal silver bullion using people of warring crime families. If they manage to pull it off, they will all be rich and the criminal underworld will be reunited; if they fail, they will most certainly wind up dead. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
It's 1972 and the Mafia crime families are at war, but that isn't enough to stop a young, unknown John Gotti, who has big ideas and even bigger ambitions. In order to put an end to a two ...
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Ronnie D (us) wrote: Pretty cool. Worth another watch
Amber S (kr) wrote: Beautiful on the eye but it's all a little dull and the most illuminating element of this film is the candlelight in the end.
Karen F (de) wrote: I don't get the fuss, sorry, and I'm Canadian
BG Movie Reviews 2 (es) wrote: Okay - there is one thing that should be a rule of films: if it appears on the front cover, it should resemble the film. This film breaks that rule abismally! The main character is not blonde, the dragon is a pathetic CGI image rather than something realistic, and the castle on the back of the DVD case does not feature ANYWHERE in the film! Another major flaw is that the main character is NOT A TEENAGER: he's 12! And to add to that he look so much younger. The script was not special in any way, shape or form and showed exactly what can go wrong with indie film making. Unlike what some reviews say, the acting is not poor, it was mediocre - nothing amazing, but not really bad. What suprised me the most was that a scene very resemblent of the first Saw film featured, yet it remained a PG! There is a part where a blue troll cuts his own foot of with a saw, leaving blue blood everywhere. I just don't get why that was even necessary, it seemed an excuse for violence; and not a good one at that. About the only decent thing in the film was the part where one of the children hotwires a van so they can escape and when ask where she learnt to do that she said "At scouts." On whole, it is enough to entertain smaller children, but is not of great taste, nor of a position that allows it to be considered so bad it's funny. If you really want to entertain children, show them some Disney classics, not this indie failure.
richard c (es) wrote: I saw District B13 randomly in the movies when it first came out with my friend with no pretense only knowing it was an European action flick. I was impressed with it. It was the first time I had seen par kor and it was just electrifying especially mixed with intense martial arts. The action in the first film was incredible and walked a very fine line of camp but since it was performed so superiorly it was hard not to be an awe. And the team up of the two sexy and extremely talented leads was just jaw dropping to say the least and it had a decent storyline as well.I don't know why I didn't rush to see the sequel but watching it today I wish I had because it was an awesome friggin movie. And a really solid sequel. When it begins with one crazy action sequence after the next you kind of feel like wow this is awesome but there really doesn't seem to be a point. But as the film moves along it really adds to the first film and in keeping with the original characters and actors that made the first go around such a success they have made something really awesome. If there was a weakness in the first film it would have been the main girl who was quite annoying but they have remedied that in the sequel introducing a truly kick ass action heroine with a blade in her pony tail. I wouldn't say the sequel was better than the original that film felt a lot bigger and although this one follows a more intimate trail it really speaks to the franchises ever evolving storyline and with the announcement of a third film hitting theaters in 2014 gives me something to look forward too in action cinema. 4/5
Kevin S (it) wrote: Bliss is a teenager in a boring small town in Texas. And to deal with that misery and a controlling mother she joins a roller derby team in a nearby town. Drew Barrymore's directorial debut I think was a success. She brings plenty of interesting and fun characters done excellent by a great cast of actors ( including Drew Barrymore ) and includes many times were you laugh out loud.this movie is an enjoyable and fun time. The derby matches were fast paced, fun and exciting with them hitting and tripping each other. And probably not alot of people pay attention to it but it sounds like it had an awesome soundtrack too. I really enjoyed this movie and proudly give it five stars. It was a great turnout for Drew Barrymore's directorial debut.
Steph S (br) wrote: Im not interested in the storyline.
David D (kr) wrote: Self-indulgent pseudo-thriller by the Pang Brothers. Disappointing.
Skyler B (mx) wrote: Oh God, one of the worst movies I've ever seen. EVER.
Drew P (au) wrote: The movie comes together in a different way. The style is unique, and the film is just overall down to earth. Pretty decent dialogue, and I enjoyed the acting. Won't win movie of the year or anything, and most people probably won't see it, but the people that come across it are in for a little treat
Freyja G (kr) wrote: Who doesn't love Uwe Boll?!
Tom K (ru) wrote: I know why people compare Havana's story to Casablanca, but it's not a comparison that makes much sense and is, at best, extremely unfair. While this movie is far from being a masterpiece or a classic by any measure, but it's a good (albeit slow) story with solid dialogue and acting.
Jan D (fr) wrote: Slow paced and heartfelt western by "All the President's Men" director Alan J. Pakula. The cinematography is stunning and the cast is excellent, especially Richard Farnsworth.
Michael H (ru) wrote: Look out for the softball scene!
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Knox M (mx) wrote: Even though the chemistry between Harrison Ford and Sean Connery is worthy of an Academy Award, the film is intellectually weaker than Raiders, but an improvement on Doom.
Tyler M (mx) wrote: Is anybody there? Not exactly what I was expecting it to be but still it was pretty good. The Story: A young girl finds she can visit a world that she's drawn out on paper. Trying to make the her fantasy world a nice place to visit, she starts adding things, but finds herself making mistakes, creating a friend that can't walk, a house with no interior, and a faceless father with a violent temper. She can't decide weather or not she wants to live in her made up world, or in the real world with her critical mother, and her absent father...It's got a great art style, and the world that's been created is simplisticly beautiful. When I sat down, I was thinking I was going to see a great, fast paced film, full of heart pounding suspense and genuine scares, but this is not that film. It takes a while to get to the really exciting stuff, and the really exciting stuff only lasts for about 15 or 20 minutes (give or take). Also, some of the characters seem really underdeveloped, you hear about her father, but you rarely see him, and you only get a small glimpse into his history and story (did I miss something? Why is he always gone? What does he do? How long has he been gone? Where is he?). He only seems to be of importance in her fantasy world...One other thing worth mentioning here, is the score, musically this film is superb. The use of electric guitar is surprisingly fitting here. The music only adds to the already brilliantly moody atmosphere. The Cast: Charlotte Burke, Elliott Spiers...Charlotte Burke plays the part of Anna, the little girl with the endless imagination. She's responsible for the world that she's created. Responsible for all the good things, and responsible for all the bad things. She brings the story to life with great, believable acting. Elliott Spiers, plays Marc, Annas friend in her fantasy world. He can't walk or really get around on his own, so he's constantly left in the dark on his own. He's a character that you'll feel a solid connection with, due to the fact that the actor is really good. These two bring their characters to life, and pull you into the world of Paperhouse, and once you're in, you won't want out. One to Five Scale: 4 It takes a little while to get to anything really suspensefull, and the suspense only lasts for a little while, but the overall feel of the film, and interesting characters, make it worth your attention. Go out and find a copy of this now, because if you don't you'll be forced to wander around wondering what else this life has to offer. Tyler
Shane D (us) wrote: One of Hanks' defining moments. It's a beautiful, sad, uplifting film. Still holds up. Springsteen and Young on the soundtrack just give it that extra oomph.
Magnus S (ca) wrote: Satisfying space voyage and a pleasing 'Trek' movie. Can't get enough of sci-fi.....
Grant S (jp) wrote: Small-town Alabama, 1932. Atticus Finch (played by Gregory Peck) is a lawyer and a widower. He has two young children, Jem and Scout. Atticus Finch is currently defending Tom Robinson, a black man accused of raping a white woman. Meanwhile, Jem and Scout are intrigued by their neighbours, the Radleys, and the mysterious, seldom-seen Boo Radley in particular.Based on the Harper Lee novel, a powerful, moving story of injustice, prejudice, family and growing up. The examination of "justice" based on racial lines is particularly profound and relevant to its time. The racism that forms the background to the trial is also incredibly gut-wrenching.Just the justice/injustice/racism angle alone was enough to make this movie great. The court scenes, and Finch's closing argument, are among the most powerful ever committed to film. However, tipping the movie over into the masterpiece category are the scenes involving the children.Showing Atticus Funch's family life creates a great sense of engagement with the characters and the town in particular. The children bring a wonderful sense of innocence, boundless vitality and the wonder of discovery and growing up to the movie, and provide some great comedic moments. They also bring some great drama, especially towards the end.Gregory Peck deservedly won a Best Actor Oscar for his stirring, emotional portrayal of Atticus Finch. Incidentally, this was his first and only win, on his fifth and final nomination.Mary Badham, at 9/10 years old, did a great job of playing the hyper-energetic, tomboyish Scout and got a Best Supporting Actress Oscar nomination for her efforts. At the time she was the youngest ever nominee in the Best Supporting Actress category.Good support from a great cast, none of whom put a foot wrong. Robert Duvall made his feature film debut in this movie and, although he has no lines and little screentime, his performance, especially his opening shot, is very memorable and powerful.