A group of homeless children in Durban are chosen to represent South Africa in the first ever Street Child World Cup. For them, football might be a way to a brighter future. To much of the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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JT K (au) wrote: Competently made slasher flick that sends WAY too much time trying to "fool" the audience. The big twist is telegraphed about 10minutes in and then proceeds to beat the viewer over the head, so the reveal is hardly a shock. However, there proves to be a much more effectively hidden moment that comes shortly there after, which gives everything a whole new spin. It isn't enough to save the whole endevour (in fact, it kind of enhances what a missed opportunity for something really special the film turns out to be.)Would be curious to see the filmmakers get another shot at something as they so some flair.
Al M (ca) wrote: In a market overpopulated with zombie crap thanks to the Walking Dead, The Battery arrives as truly independent and fresh take on the genre that blends comedy together with genuine human drama to achieve truly spectacular and introspective effect. The film features awesome acting, directed, and writing, and manages to keep the viewer constantly engaged despite the relative lack of action. Somewhere between Clerks and Cormac McCarthy's The Road, The Battery explores the loneliness, existential angst, and desire in the wake of a zombie apocalypse. A film equally about repression and macho posturing, it subtly walks the line perfectly between black comedy and existential drama without ever catering to cheap laughs or emotional manipulation.
Kim B (ru) wrote: Some deaths of their parents have happened, more divorces. A couple have finally got married. More career changes, can't believe the homeless man has gone into politics. Yes not seeing as big changes as when younger. However a lot continues to change and starting to see some of the hostilities to the intrusiveness of film in the characters lives.
Mike C (ca) wrote: Filled with sex, style, violence, mystery, and a boatload of twists and turns. It's definitely one to keep. Going to buy this one.
Matthew S (br) wrote: Perhaps the most famous movie of La Nouvelle Vague, this iconic movie is still feels rebellious over 50 years later. Godard's Breathless stands alone for a number of reasons, but my personal favorite aspect of this masterful low budget movie is the fact that it often feels like it requires us to move to a sort of rhythm that is uniquely it's own -- and hopelessly cool.
Adam R (ag) wrote: A cute story that I mostly enjoyed. I wasn't a fan of McSquizzy and the squirrels. Some of the humor was overly juvenile, but it was otherwise a fun movie. (First and only full viewing - In my early twenties)