St George's Day
Infamous London gangster cousins, Micky Mannock and Ray Collishaw, are at the top of the food chain, when their world is turned upside down as they lose a shipment of the Russian Mafia's cocaine in rough seas. Set in London, Amsterdam and Berlin, the story races across Europe at breakneck speed as Micky and Ray attempt to stay one step ahead of the Police. Can they pull off a daring diamond heist in time to put things right and retire to a "legitimate" way of life.
- Stars:Charles Dance, Dexter Fletcher, Sean Pertwee, Vincent Regan, Luke Treadaway, Craig Fairbrass, Keeley Hazell, Nick Moran, Angela Gots, Neil Maskell, Ashley Walters, Frank Harper, Jamie Foreman, Hetti Bywater, Zlatko Buric,
- Director:Frank Harper,
- Writer:Urs Buehler, Frank Harper
Follows two infamous London gangsters, Mickey Mannock and Ray Collishaw. Both men are top of the food chain when their world is turned upside down as they lose a shipment of the Russian Mafia's cocaine. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(es) wrote: Watched this charming movie this weekend. School teacher sets out on a road trip to try to meet John Lennon and picks ups two people along the way.
(es) wrote: It requires Internet to view even though I downloaded it.
(fr) wrote: A fun little movie, but probably not relevant unless you've lived in, or know about, a quirky area Pennsylvania along U.S. Route 30 between Gettysburg and Chambersburg. Was surprised to recognize actors I've seen a lot on TV (mostly) and movies. A DeLuise? Two actors from Desperate Housewives? Somebody from best pic nominated 'District 9'? how did an (very) regional indie film manage to score this kind of talent? Who knows, but I'm glad they did. Worth watching just to see the world famous Jenny Wade statue comes to life, tell all, and SING!
(au) wrote: A long overdue perspective on war. This film concentrates on the morale & varying shades of humanity throughout the defense & loss of the tiny island.
(it) wrote: It is soooo good. I really enjoyed watching this movie
(de) wrote: It is a great project involves so many influential directors of this decade. It is remarkable that sophisticated and simple shorts are presented as they are. The questions regarding to "Why they take the Lumiere's project? Why they film? Is cinema mortal?" was intriguing. A vey nice and interesting project.
(nl) wrote: Decently acted historical piece.
(us) wrote: funny movie. the 90s were such a great time.
(es) wrote: Eleven-year-old North has had it with his parents. They are always busy with their careers and don't give North the attention he needs, so he files a lawsuit against them. The judge rules that North should either find new parents or return to his own parents within two months. Thus north starts off on a journey around the world to find the parents that really care about him. This movie is racist, horrible, Bad taste in jokes and finally roger Ebert already said that one line that he said that I would have said and that is "I hated this movie. Hated hated hated hated hated this movie. Hated it".
(us) wrote: Es Arma Letal 3 mucho ms loca y fantasiosa que las anteriores entregas? Joder s, pero por fin Donner y los suyos consiguen abrazar la naturaleza del cine que estn haciendo al 100%. Tan solo tenemos que ver las dos primeras escenas del filme para saber que estamos ante uno de los pinculos del cine de accin de los noventa, donde la trama se sienta en el banquillo y da paso a la espectacularidad ms alocada posible.Podramos hablar de las barbaridades del guin en cuanto a procedimientos policiales y "deus ex machina" (por dios, Travis es uno de los antagonistas ms evidentes y torpes que he visto jams), pero entonces no estaramos disfrutando del cine palomitero que realmente es Arma Letal.Cllate, mtete un puado de palomitas en la boca y disfruta del show.
(au) wrote: This is THE body swap movie; it's done so unbelievably well, and Tom knocks it out of the park.
(au) wrote: Clint Eastwood plays a country singer dying from tuberculosis who is trying for one last shot at the big time in this bittersweet tale.
(us) wrote: Luego del exito de critica de Los Olvidados, Bunuel fue convencido de dirigir este melodrama de corte social. Una pelicula vivaz y agresiva que no cae jamas en sentimentalismos, sin el recurso clasico de malos-buenos. En general es un filme convecional, pero con chispazos de los elementos tipicos del hispano: Iconografia religiosa, erotismo puro (Katy Jurado), uno que otro simbolo surrealista (la clasica gallina), etc. Gran obra tempranera del periodo mexicano. Buena.
(de) wrote: Fritz Lang's misstep*** This review may contain spoilers ***After viewing 'Clash by Night', I could only ask, "Is this REALLY a Fritz Lang film?" For those expecting to see another classic Lang Film Noir, look elsewhere, since 'Clash by Night' is much closer to daytime soap opera. Yes, 'Clash' does have some excellent cinematography that will remind you of a dark crime drama but that's as far as it goes. The cinematography is wasted on a predictable tear-jerker which will have little resonance with a modern audience.'Clash' is based on a long forgotten Clifford Odets play adapted by Alfred Hayes. Odets, a popular Depression era playwright, mainly churned out agitprop pieces in the 30s reflecting the social concerns of his day. By the 50s, when he was blacklisted by Hollywood, he was no longer popular. His lack of popularity might have been due not only to his left-wing political views but to his style of writing (evident here in Clash by Night) which emphasized a histrionic style of acting.Clash by Night begins in a fishing village, shot in Monterey, California. The first five minutes features some nice documentary-style footage of the village which includes some interesting interior shots of a fish canning factory. While it's all very artful and atmospheric, the opening sequence really has nothing to do with the story which basically could have been filmed anywhere.The story is quite simple. Barbara Stanwyck's 'Mae Doyle' returns after 10 years on the road after a series of failed relationships with men. She meets Jerry D'Amato, a kindly fisherman who is also a bit of a wuss (Jerry is played by Paul Douglas who reminds me of a cross between William Bendix and Ernest Borgnine). Also in the mix is the philandering Earl Pfeiffer played by Robert Ryan (usually known for playing noir tough guy roles). Earl is the 'bad boy', exactly the type of guy Mae was trying to get away from after all her bad experiences with this type on the road. The subplot involves Mae's brother Joe who is involved in a relationship with Peggy (Marilyn Monroe's first credited film).Even though Mae really isn't attracted to Jerry, she decides to marry him just to get away from Earl. After they have a child, Mae can no longer turn off her 'Wuss detector' and falls back into the arms of Earl. Naturally Jerry is grievously hurt and almost chokes Earl to death in a fit of jealousy inside a projection booth (Earl works as a projectionist at a local movie theater!).Right before the film's climax, Mae has a change of heart and Earl tries to dissuade her from going back to Jerry. The corny dialogue reaches it apotheosis when Earl tells Mae that 'someone's throat has to (figuratively) be cut' (meaning Jerry) and likens 'responsibility' to a 'trap'. Earl raises the white flag of surrender when he practically confesses he doesn't really like children and Mae realizes he doesn't really want her child in their life together.All's well that ends well when Jerry decides to take the now chastened Mae back and they of course live happily ever after. Joe and Peggy also have a moment where there's a suggestion that Joe might run off with other women and ruin things by becoming another 'Earl'. When Joe realizes the error of his ways, the troubled couple also falls in line just as Mae and Jerry did. You didn't really expect 1952 Hollywood to reward infidelity, did you? Joe and Peggy are there as a cautionary tale to all young couples who are tempted by the seductive power of lust!In the end, Fritz Lang probably reasoned that it might have been a good idea to show that he too was capable of working in different genres. Unfortunately for him, he chose a most mediocre vehicle to direct. Clash by Night will gladly have the paper tiger characters of domestic bliss triumph over the sinister ways of 'The Philanderer'. Real life usually suggests something a bit more nuanced.
(mx) wrote: Mr. Left Foot...i personally adore this movie and all its contents
(it) wrote: Torturous and disturbing. It didn't sit right with me at all. I would not recommend Hard Candy. (First and only viewing - 3/8/2011)