Locked up for a minor crime, 19 year old JR quickly learns the harsh realities of prison life. Protection, if you can get it, is paramount. JR soon finds himself under the watchful eye of Australia's most notorious criminal, Brendan Lynch. But protection comes at a price. Lynch and his crew have plans for their young protegee. Upon release, JR must help secure Lynch's freedom, staging a daring prison break. As a reward, he's invited to join the crew as they plan a gold heist that promises to deliver millions. However, as things start to go wrong, a deadly game of cat and mouse ensues. JR finds himself unsure of whom he can trust and on a collision course with his former mentor. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Andy L (ca) wrote: Very funny. Very enjoyable.
Michael F (ru) wrote: First he say's"......." And then"......." But the last line was the best. "......." That one got me. What do you think?
The R (br) wrote: Inaccurate and just plain stupid. When they say "Some comedies go to far and others start there" they mean at the very back of all of his movies. You might get a chuckle but I doubt it because "Postal" is bad and nothing but.
Danny G (mx) wrote: Overall, not a "bad" movie. A bit too heavy on the mush, melodramatic emotion, and sappy stuff. If you're in for a sad and depressing movie? This is it. Otherwise? I've seen better..
Kevin R (mx) wrote: You're through with me and I'm through with you. A man wrongfully convicted of killing his wife escapes from prison and begins an investigation to uncover who framed him. He is unexpectedly aided by a female and he doesn't know what her stake is in his investigation. He also has facial surgery to help cover his identity. Can the escaped convict clear his name? "You ought to be shot." "Where's the man that was with me?" "He ought to be shot too." Delmer Daves, director of 3:10 to Yuma, Never Let Me Go, The Hanging Tree, Broken Arrow, The Red House, and Destination Tokyo, delivers Dark Passage. The storyline for this picture is very interesting and reminded me of an Alfred Hitchcock gem. The acting was awesome and the cast delivers excellent performances and includes Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, Bruce Bennett, and Agnes Moorehead. "Don't you get lonely up here by yourself?" "I was born lonely." Dark Passage was a movie I DVR'd during a recent Turner Classic Movie (TCM) Bogart marathon. I really enjoyed watching this movie unfold. There were several clever plot twists and I loved how the film came together. The "not seeing his face" was a bit gimmicky at times but the movie as a whole is very good. "Maybe one day she'll get run over or something." "That's what I pray for every night." Grade: B+
Irene S (es) wrote: cute romantic drama about a bitter man who's life changes when his son comes home with a daughter for him to take care off while the son goes to jail and also trying to sell his beloved home at an extraordinary price but at the end all comes together !!!
Thomas D (gb) wrote: I'm not sure exactly why I wasn't a huge fan of this movie when I first saw it a few years back, but that's certainly not the case now. Not only is this possible John Hughes' funniest feature to date, but there's plenty of heart to be found underneath all the giggles.Ferris, one of the biggest procrastinators in film history, decides to take a day off from school and suggests/forces his closest friends do the same. What follows is just about the most ridiculously funny high school films to date. Pulling your parents leg about being sick is one thing, but convincing the entire city of Chicago that you're nearly on your death bed when you're actually singing Twist and Shout in the middle of a parade? That's another thing entirely.Yes, seeing a principle go to the lengths that Ed Rooney does to take Ferris down is a bit silly. But when you have a talent like Jeffrey Jones to work with, you have to take advantage of all the physical comedy chances you have. But speaking of talent, no one could have played Ferris better than Matthew Broderick. If you don't buy into Ferris breaking the fourth wall within the first minute or so of the film, than the entire story won't work. But with Broderick's charismatic charm, you buy into every second of it. It's like a great 90's action film, it doesn't take itself too seriously. It knows that most parents wouldn't actually buy into Ferris' "sickness", or that he could impersonate a well-known Chicagoan to get into a restaurant, or even lead a parade, but the film exploits every one of these situations. They take every chance they get in creating a ridiculously humorous moment. It's not going to blow your socks away with a realistically dramatic take on high school or real-life problems (though some are certainly touched upon), but it is a timeless tale of procrastination during youth, and the great lengths that one could go to make their day extraordinary. The imagination is strong here.+So ridiculous+Only works if Broderick is as good as he is+Fast paced with another laugh just around the corner8.8/10
Chris L (it) wrote: Somehow manages to be considerably darker and more horrifying than Raiders without being any less fun or effortlessly watchable. I understand the criticisms (the sidekicks can be cloying and the darker scenes too much for younger viewers); doesn't make it any less enjoyable for me.
Craig T (fr) wrote: If it weren't true, I wouldn't believe it. And since this fictional account of it isn't, I didn't. Aside from being overly long, its greatest problem is such a strict adherence to the transcripts. Without context for who these men were, it's impossible for the experiment to be anything beyond unpleasant and a bit dull.