Superstars

Superstars

Film Rattapoom stars as a young man who has skated by his whole life on just his good looks. A stocking-cap-clad hipster, he can dance and choreograph. He's demonstrating his latest creation, "Kung Fu Hiphop", at an audition. But it doesn't go so well - one of his sneakers flies off and hits one of the judges in the face. But worst of all, Film's character Tom has to speak, and it's an atrociously grating high-pitched, hoarse squeak that can barely be understood. And it's devastatingly funny to watch the superstar singer-actor Film carry on in such a way, playing for laughs. Tom is best friends with Teung, who has just lost his job as a telemarketer. Teung is pretty much the opposite of Tom, being, in the words of another of the film's characters, "short, dark, fat and smelly." But Teung has a great voice and is a talented composer.

Film Rattapoom stars as a young man who has skated by his whole life on just his good looks. A stocking-cap-clad hipster, he can dance and choreograph. He's demonstrating his latest creation, "Kung Fu Hiphop", at an audition. But it doesn't go so well - one of his sneakers flies off and hits one of the judges in the face. But worst of all, Film's character Tom has to speak, and it's an atrociously grating high-pitched, hoarse squeak that can barely be understood. And it's devastatingly funny to watch the superstar singer-actor Film carry on in such a way, playing for laughs. Tom is best friends with Teung, who has just lost his job as a telemarketer. Teung is pretty much the opposite of Tom, being, in the words of another of the film's characters, "short, dark, fat and smelly." But Teung has a great voice and is a talented composer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Tatsuhito K (jp) wrote: It's not a perfect film and there are things in it that don't make any sense, but man, I had a lot of fun watching "Grand Piano". It is an efficient, tense, and very entertaining thriller with some good performances and ingenious camerawork. Really good fun.

Mark A (br) wrote: A bit depressing, this tale tells the story of a couple dealing with job loss and shattered dreams. Michele (Antonio Albanese) is forced out of the business he started with his friend and partner. He delays telling his wife, Elsa (Margherita Buy), for two months, until after her graduation with an art degree. The film details the downward spiral as Michele loses hope and ambition and finally succumbs to what appears to be depression. Meanwhile, Elsa must put her hopes and dreams on hold as the major responsibility for the family finances falls to her. Not all is darkness, as a glimmer of hope begins to return by the end, but there is darkness aplenty here. The acting is superb. The scenery and camera work are nothing short of brilliant. The emotions are raw and palpable. The story will hit close to home for anyone facing an uncertain future in the present economy.

Qin M (nl) wrote: pretty good as a dance movie. Channing Tatum is really good at dancing!

Caleb L (mx) wrote: What an epic conclusion to an epic story.

Ken S (kr) wrote: Martin Scorsese's loving tribute to New York City and the Old Hollywood musicals is better than it's contemporary critics gave it credit for. It has a decent script, some fun performances from its good cast, and some halfway decent music...not to mention that Scorsese's sense of that old style Hollywood is dead on. Casting Minelli is a wonderful idea considering her mother's history starring in Hollywood musicals and her father's history choreographing them. DeNiro had at this point in his career proven his dramatic acting chops in "Mean Streets", "Taxi Driver", and "The Godfather, Part II"...this film proved he also could be funny and had a decent sense of comic timing. I think this film is decent, it's length is a little too long, which is a shame...but it has some quality mixed in as well.

David V (us) wrote: This is probably the most well-known East German film ever made. I want to see it so bad!

Irish E (us) wrote: Captain Kidd is a traditional pirates tale full of cannons, ships, buried treasure, and a long voyage overseas. It has a little bit of pistol shooting and sword fighting too. Charles Laughton was marvelous as Captain William Kidd. Randolf Scott was a real surprise in his stand out role as Adam Mercy.This is more of a drama than an action film.The sound and picture quality on the DVD was poor. It's a classic film. I only wish that it would be restored to it's former glory.

Blake W (nl) wrote: Watched Scarface over a dozen times. Love it

Corey S (nl) wrote: Such an awesome film especially the slow mo fight moments like in Sherlock Holmes

Donald W (mx) wrote: The fourth Superman movie is not as good as the first two and only a little better than the third. It's got less drama and more comedy. They had a very low budget so the special effects are crude and they reused some of the flying scenes from the first movie. They also stole the basic plot too. This time Lex Luthor clones his own super villain to fight Superman. Mariel Hemingway plays the daughter of a media mogul who buys the Daily Planet and tries to turn it into a tabloid scandal newspaper. Her main purpose is to be a romantic rival to Lois Lane for Clark Kent's attention. The movie was made when President Reagan was negotiating arms reduction treaties with the USSR. The writers of the story decided to use the arms race to push the anti-nuke agenda and to use as the main story plot line. They made the same mistake the comic book writers made in the 1940's and 1950's. During World War II there was no real Superman to defeat the Nazis and the Communist. During World War II and the Cold War Superman in the comics battled aliens from outer space but never confronted real world bad guys. When they tried the public didn't buy it. It doesn't work here either. The other problem was Superman is so powerful it's hard to find a bad guy to oppose him. That's why in the comic books they used space aliens. In this movie Lex Luthor builds a villain for him to fight. That turns the movies into Superhero boxing matches. In the comic books Lex Luthor was able to match Superman because of his superior intellect. In this movie he only tries to use a substitute to battle Superman's strength. The old Superman TV shows from the 1950's had better stories because they concentrated on Clark Kent. On TV Clark Kent was a serious character who solved crimes and only came in as Superman to save the day at the end of the show. The movies made Clark Kent into a clown. The only good thing about this movie is that Christopher Reeve was the best actor to ever play Superman and this was his last Superman movie.

Bruce H (de) wrote: A solid, buddy-cop movie, with an alien twist. Good fun, but the synth music soundtrack ended up being a tad dated.