Street Playerz

Street Playerz

Young gang banger Luis (Danny Gomez) leads a dangerous existence in East Los Angeles as he weaves through the daily violence and crime. Life grows even more treacherous after Luis kills a major gang member and turns to his older brother (Walter Reyes) for help. The brothers face their enemies but find themselves sinking in a quagmire of murder and intrigue. The leader of a major drug ring targets them, and soon, they're running for their lives.

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Tom B (br) wrote: it was okay, the aim of the film was for the bloke to find the killer of his son, but he never actually found him, the other guy he met found him and killed him so bit of a lame ending!

Kathrine L (br) wrote: Minn meg p aldri g p tur i skogen igjen!

Sui G (mx) wrote: Not what I expected...not sure I liked it.

SV G (jp) wrote: Not a bad little bio-flick about Rocky Marciano. I love boxing and Rocky M - the only undefeted world heavyweight champion to retire that way (to date) is a story to be told. This is more insightful into his persona than his career as a boxer as a whole, but it does so well with good performances by Jon Favreau as Rocky and George C. Scott as his father and Judd Hirsch as his agent.

Denislav R (fr) wrote: How can someone not like this movie? Like.... what's wrong with you?

Martin D (mx) wrote: Trying to add bounce to her well worn flounce, Whoopi's the eponymous, mouthy basketball fan who's caught up in the machinations of rhinestone cowboy Wild Bill (Langella). Bill has been brought in to save New York's ailing basketball team, the Knicks, and plucks Eddie from the crowd to act as a rinky-dink mascot coach. But she's the real thing - grabs a'hold of those NBA boys, shakes 'em up and you can guess the rest. They're all present and correct, the elements of a Goldberg vehicle we've come to know and dread. What saves the film from abomination is the basketball. It may not look good (TV values reign), but the floor pounding games are edited to create real rushes of glee. The NBA stars, too, are superb, particularly real-life hoop-dreamer Sealy as arrogant golden boy Stacy Patton.

Cynthia L (de) wrote: I saw this at the Seattle International Film Festival and probably wouldn't have seen it otherwise. It's a difficult movie to watch because of what the characters are going through. Lots of raw emotional experiences. Tilda Swinton's ability to portray women on the edge is remarkable.

Sylvester K (au) wrote: A surprisingly satisfying 80's slasher featuring big stars. The storyline was pretty average but the good acting made up for the flaws. There are many plot holes left unanswered, but I was really glad that it didn't feature stupid teenagers and doesn't drag the film on for no reasons, instead, straight to the chase. It's one of the few gems from the 80's that will keep you jumpy for the rest of the day.

Michael R (ca) wrote: I've seen worse. For a B-Godzilla clone it's not terrible.

Victor M (nl) wrote: A film that set up the milestone for some kind of sci fi films that not deal with aggressive aliens which their only moto is to destroy or conquer planet Earth