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Street Justice

Two hard edged detectives interrogate one bad parking violator.

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Andres G (kr)

Terrific movie and terrific performances, specially Jacki Weaver'sVery well scripted and rolled


Carlos B (ca)

. . . A Must for all Christians and "old fashion" movie lovers. . . . Very well done and it has that old Hollywood "Grandeur" style in the vibe of films such as Ben Hur. Amazing late 1950's Biblical tale,this film might not be well known by a lot of people, but make no mistake,this film is a great one!The portrayal of Solomon by Yul Brynner was simply phenomenal


Chris B (kr)

Fun movie to watch with Uncle Bob up in Jewett!


Daniel M (gb)

It(TM)s completely inoffensive and thoroughly watchable, but also total tosh and very bland. It pales in comparison with Lean(TM)s work in The Bridge on the River Kwai, and for all its similar faults A Bridge Too Far is a much better film. It was made with all the best intentions and immense technical skill, but it lacks directorial and narrative vision. Battle of Britain is an admirable but ultimately insipid effort to put the Battle of Britain on the big screen. Without his stirring strings or bombastic brass, whole sections would consist of nothing more than cars driving very slowly, or people walking nowhere in particular. Ron Goodwin(TM)s soundtrack is very stirring, but the film often relies on it so greatly that it becomes ridiculous. Some sections of the film are so silly that they feel like propaganda " the worst being Edward Fox bailing out, crash-landing on someone(TM)s greenhouse, and being promptly offered a cigarette by the young boy standing nearby. Because of its shortcomings in character and storytelling, Battle of Britain becomes less of a film than a re-enactment of newsreel footage with the (perceived) benefit of colour. It often feels like hanging out with a bunch of actors in the bar after a day(TM)s shooting, with them having a jolly good time reminiscing while we sit there looking confused. But beyond the occasional scene of men arguing with their wives, there is nothing in Battle of Britain which creates this level of tension. In order for this kind of film to be compelling, we have to believe that the characters are genuinely in danger, not only on a national scale but in terms of their relationships with each other. Even Olivier is on autopilot, as if he had been told in advance that The World at War was being made, and was using this film as an elaborate form of practice. Caine turns up about 20 minutes in, acts a little stroppy, and the next thing we know he(TM)s been shot down. Robert Shaw, one of the most intense and charismatic actors of his day, has surprisingly little to do besides barking orders to his men and telling the mechanics to hurry up. Because there is no central character among the few? on whom we can focus, Battle of Britain ends up squandering most of its talented cast. Even during the bombing of RAF Duxford (when a working hangar was accidentally destroyed by the film crew), you spend more time admiring the pyrotechnics than worrying about the people underneath them. But because there are so many plot points going on at any one time, when people do meet a sticky end it comes more as an annoying diversion than a nasty shock. To some extent this is fair play: no-one can choose when their friends get killed. The film paints such a broad and episodic picture of the battle that we are given no real indication of whom we should be following. But once the novelty of seeing these talents together has worn off, we realise that there is very little in the way of character focus or development: unlike Saving Private Ryan, there is no strong central performance on which to hang the story. There is an extraordinary breadth of talent on offer, from relative newcomers like Michael Caine and Edward Fox to more established talents like Trevor Howard, Ralph Richardson and Laurence Olivier. One of the film(TM)s biggest problems is its all-star cast. For all the meticulous preparation and research, and all the respect shown to both sides in the conflict, the film quickly gets bogged down because we can(TM)t connect with the characters emotionally, and simply admiring their courage isn(TM)t enough. But all of this is in vain because it lacks the one ingredient which is desperately needed: drama. In its production values and treatment of the subject matter, Battle of Britain is a very noble piece of filmmaking. The film concludes with Sir Winston Churchill(TM)s famous quote " never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few? " followed by a comprehensive breakdown of the casualties by nationality. One of the film(TM)s big selling points is its acknowledgement of the role that foreign pilots played in ending the battle. Although it sticks very closely to the orthodox view of history, it is not as jingoistic as it could have been: it doesn(TM)t spend its running time constantly shouting about how Blighty beat Gerry single-handedly with men to spare. This level of respect for the antagonists belies another quality of Battle of Britain. There is a level of respect for both the audience and the historical figures which you wouldn(TM)t get from English actors delivering their lines in a pantomime German accent " or doing what Alec Guinness did in The Bunker and simply dressing like a Nazi without changing anything else. Not only do the filmmakers want things to be accurate, but they have the confidence and conviction to get the audience to read subtitles for sizeable parts of the action. In a further plus point, the German characters in the film are not only played by German actors but speak in German all through the film, something which was unprecedented in this genre. Even if the blood on screen is a little day-glo, the deaths are sudden and surprising, just as they should be. Guy Hamilton, who previously directed Goldfinger, structures the key moments like the showdowns in the Bond series, cutting between elaborate wide shots and intense close-ups of the pilots. But even without that knowledge, these scenes are spectacular. The flying sequences are thereby enhanced by the knowledge that we are watching real planes jockeying for position, rather than models on a rolling backdrop. It took 3 years for producer Harry Saltzman to round up 100 aircraft, of which only 31 were airworthy, to make up what was nicknamed the world(TM)s 35th largest air force?. The production employed a large number of decorated airmen to serve as historical consultants, and worked closely with the RAF to track down surviving Spitfires and Hurricanes to assemble a squadron for filming. Battle of Britain earns initial brownie points because of its unprecedented access to war-era equipment and personnel. But more information does not necessarily equal better drama: Saving Private Ryan may have the most accurate depiction of D-Day, but that is not enough to stop it slipping into melodrama. Certain older films could be written off because we now know a lot more about given conflicts through declassified secrets " an argument Peter Jackson has made towards remaking The Dambusters. While especially true of Lean(TM)s film, this even applies to documentaries like The World at War: the individual choices of what footage to include, and in what order, have a big influence on the nature and stance of the finished product. It(TM)s difficult to judge war films in terms of historical accuracy because they are in the end dramatic constructions. But unlike David Lean(TM)s film it is found dramatically wanting, being well-meaning but disappointingly dull. While patriotic in both intention and execution, it is not as troubling as The Bridge on the River Kwai in its glamorised depiction of the British stiff upper lip. Battle of Britain is an interesting talking point in this debate, coming between the initial jingoistic wave of British post-war filmmaking and the resulting revisionism and anti-war efforts of the later-20th century. Others have likened the whole genre to propaganda: by bringing people up in a culture where war is primarily portrayed through entertainment, they come to believe that war is an essential part of human life, and are therefore more willing to give their lives in what might seem a futile cause. Some have argued that war films are an essential part of a nation(TM)s identity, and when done properly can be as much of a mark of respect as many more traditional memorials. For decades theorists have locked horns to dispute its role or purpose in popular culture. The war film is a most contentious genre


Derek S (mx)

It was exactly what you'd think based on the description. Wasn't awful but don't watch this movie


Despina G (ag)

. . Boring. Fast forward


Ethan H (kr)

Has its moments but struggles somewhat


Gary M (ca)

The best movie ever made with zero budget and no actors


Josh B (gb)

unsettling from start to finish


Justin R (br)

Claude Rains is one of the best supporting actors of all time. A classic story about the eternal soul, an interesting and heartfelt film which has been remade twice "Heaven Can Wait" with Warren Beatty and "Down to Earth" with Chris Rock, but this version is the best