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Four women plan a dangerous strike against a band of Mexican drug traffickers. Motivated by revenge, this action could change their luck forever. The cast: power, lust and money.
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Tayler B (es) wrote: An actual quote from the movie: "You've got to get into fetus blood, darling." This was in reference to keeping their faces looking young. Really? Deal breaker. We turned it off. Disgusting. Sad. We really wanted to see it.
Thelma F (br) wrote: horrible waste of movie reel very stupid
Anne S (mx) wrote: I'm not going to say this is one of the best movies ever made.. but it was interesting. I was completely tuned in the whole time.. and I thought it was an interesting take on the Vampire movie.. (sort of.. not going to say anything more about that) So, while I can't say it will blow you away with the acting.. or the effects.. the STORY stands out more than most.
Blake P (au) wrote: Despite having the word "kinky" in its title, "Kinky Boots" is surprisingly without much edge - after all, it's PG-13, and desperate not to offend anyone. While I wish the film would have been a little more Baz Luhrmann and a little less Garry Marshall, nevertheless it's a joyous romp that features a fearless performance from Chiwetel Ejiofor. The stage play that stole Broadway last year might already be more famous than the movie it was based upon, but comedy movies from across the pond are never uninteresting. All his life, Charlie Price (Joel Edgerton) has been surrounded by shoes: his father owns a Northampton shoe company whose speciality is to make old-fashioned but well-made shoes for men. But when he dies, the business noticeably isn't doing very well. Charlie is then forced to sack loads of workers, until one of his employees, Lauren (Sarah-Jane Potts), suggests that Charlie change the ways of the company he has grown up with. Instead of staying with a formula that has gone out of style, why not do something radical and exciting? Through a chance encounter, Charlie meets Lola (Ejiofor), a supremely confident drag queen cabaret star who has noticeably stylish shoes - and in response, both people hatch an idea. Lola wants a pair of high heels that can carry the weight of her muscular stature; Charlie sees her perform and witnesses an entire demographic of possible customers. A partnership blossoms between the two, and in return, the shoe company goes from straight-laced to radical, as Oxfords turn into two-feet high red boots. But can Charlie's low self-esteem handle always been stared at whenever he's with his new business partner? The plot somehow feels formulaic, nearly sitcom ready. But it isn't the plot that makes the film what it is: it's 100% Ejiofor, whose performance holds no stereotypes. Throughout every wig transformation and sassy comeback, he is thoroughly Lola, and when he takes off his costume for the sake of Charlie, there is a vulnerable there that we didn't even know existed. Ejiofor can be comical, but he is also devastatingly committed to a role most actors would butcher. As for the rest of "Kinky Boots", there is a bit too much seriousness on display, and it's obvious that the attitude of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" might have helped it be the insane film it could have been. Yet, there are enough memorable moments and bits of feel-good cinema to give it substance.
Alfie P (mx) wrote: Lone Wolf McQuade 1983, the first film where Norris really hits the ground running and establishes himself as a true action hero. Thank christ the god damm fucking beard is finally present, the beard that accounts for 50% of his badassery the other 50% being his roundhouse kicks. The opening and final acts were amazing overall, solid Norris outing.