Tête de turc
Several lives are changed after a teenager from a rough suburb throws a Molotov cocktail on a car, sending the doctor who was in it in a coma.
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Campbell P (de) wrote: Shut Up and Play the Hits is a "rockumentary" of the hit alternative dance band known as LCD Soundsystem. The film follows the before, during, and after of the band's final performance at Madison Square Gardens and how frontman James Murphy contemplates his decisions. To start off, you don't have to be a fan of this band to enjoy or follow this movie. It'll probably be more fun to watch if you do know the band however, and I thoroughly enjoyed Shut Up and Play the Hits. I'm a big fan of LCD Soundsystem, but I'm not going gaga over it simply because I like the band, it's just a really good rockumentary. The timeline of events and how Murphy reacts through it all is beautifully directed, as well as the concert scenes. You wonder at the very beginning why are they quitting the band after so much success but then as the story progresses, you start to understand why and then he gained my full respect. He wants to quit so he can live a normal life and start a family while also making an impact on the ever growing music industry. He didn't want to overstay his welcome or create a record no one liked, he just wanted to feel significant but felt insignificant the entire film. There's some heartbreaking scenes in the film that feel real. When Murphy starts tearing up in the old studio, I sympathized with him because it's hard to say goodbye to people you've gotten to know very well over the past years and the career you had. The interview throughout the entire runtime was flawless and thought provoking. The interviewer asked questions that really made you think as well as James Murphy's responses. That's how you feel convinced in the end, is through the interview which was one of the best factors of the film. My only complaint is that I would've like more concert time because there was a ton more footage that wasn't shown. I would've loved this even more if it was a concert film with the interview. Shut Up and Play the Hits is a fantastic documentary and analyzation of LCD Soundsystem through their tough times they went through on their last tour. It's an emotional ride with a really likable band and lead character. A-
JY S (ru) wrote: The Hong Kong crime thrillers continue from Dante Lam and this time The Stool Pigeon is served up.Aside from the main storyline, this film has subplots which enables a bulk of this picture to be character driven. The first portion of the somewhat lengthy 1 hour 50 minutes focuses a lot on story buildup as well as working through these multiple subplots, before letting loose for the finale. The side stories do take time away from the principal story, yet the results are important factors when all is said and done.The focus of the action is not the gun play, but rather the intense force of altercations and brawls. Ultimately, this movie lacks the finesse of bullets flying and ends up violently brutal instead.Both Nick Cheung and Nicolas Tse work well together as they fit nicely into their leading and mature roles. Lunmei Kwai is notable for standing out in the second half and Kai Chi Liu ends up with a prominent character.The Stool Pigeon contains both the action and the character drama, but it is the latter that makes this a solid film worth checking out.
Jerry S (gb) wrote: Name evacuates people and no wonder. Anything what starts with the word 'mars' and included with 'moms', it will make you wanna puke, but not everything isn't wrong with this film. Ending is predictable and too happy. Gribble is way too weird.
Scott M (nl) wrote: This movie is creepy beyond all belief. Steven Weber plays his role of a slimy politician very well, and the final monologue from Owen is very well written and performed. I'm extremely impressed that the film was directed by a 20 year old, although I think the cynicism for the entire system may be a bit much.
Lee M (au) wrote: Manages to feel both obvious and oblique: You feel the need to watch it twice but wonder if you would actually be up for it. It moves like a breezy techno-thriller but tangles itself with duplicities and metaphors. You get it, and then you don't get it, and then you wonder if you even care.
David M (jp) wrote: Always liked alot of films Nielsen has done, but this one has to be one of the worst comedies I have seen.
Jaws N (br) wrote: The first Pocahontas was dull enough, but the second takes away any enjoyment you could get from the original feature.
Mike W (br) wrote: 'Forgotten Silver' is a mocumentary made by Peter Jackson that centres around the lost works of legendary fictional film maker 'Colin McKenzie'. As a prank it was executed perfectly, fooling a nation and even resulting in New Zealand's national museum contacting Jackson because they wanted to set aside space for a display of McKenzie's work. Whilst this in itself is a great achievement, the film itself is also very well made. Jackson made this film on a shoestring and his direction of the 'old footage' was impeccable. Particular highlights for me were the shots of the first flight of a plane and the death scene which is 'caught of camera' showing McKenzie following a combatant of the Spanish civil war. The subtle comedy is brilliantly executed and it really is difficult to try and find something wrong with this film. I would highly recommend this film...if you can find it. It is very elusive, but I finally found a second hand Danish import from a man in the south of France...yes it really is that hard to find on region 2 DVD.
Kelly C (fr) wrote: One of my favorite movies - directed by Billy Crystal and even though he is corny at times - he still has a witty sense of humor. Love the other actors in it too - Debra Winger, Joe Mantegna, Cynthia Stevenson, Richard Masur, Julie Kavner, Robert Costanzo, John Spencer, Cathy Moriarty, William Hickey, Clint Howard, and lots of famous athletes - Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Charles Barkley, Patrick Ewing, Isiah Thomas, Spud Webb, David Robinson to name a few - a definite must see! A chick flick but with Billy Crystal playing a basketball ref - it has some appeal in the movie for men too :)
Loreno V (ru) wrote: I like sword and sorcery movies. This looks really stylized and awesome
Ed Fucking H (jp) wrote: I went into this movie with some doubts, as pretty much everything I've ever heard about Jesus Franco has been negative. Much to my surprise I really enjoyed this ultra satanic, sado masochistic, sexploitation sleaze fest. The story is an insane playwright of S&M performances, finds out of a black mass through a prostitute. He proceeds to "exorcise" participants of the black mass, but for him exorcism essentially means cold blooded murder (he is the sword of the lord after all.) The cops are on his trail but are mostly pretty fucking useless throughout the film, as he murders various chained up nude ladies one by one. Features gratuitous hairy bushes and boobies, some decent gore, satanism, lesbianism, S&M, orgies etc. All in all a sleazy good time. Definently an under seen exploitation gem (apparently only 19 ratings on all of flixster.) Either way look forward to seeing more of Franco's work. Recommended.
Dan M (nl) wrote: Bergman hits one out of the park on his first at-bat. A keeper.
Zaw M (kr) wrote: The cast is amazing. Performance is Brilliant. I was really into the movie. It's actually such a sad story. A story about the life and work of Ed Wood. In the end, I would say Ed Wood is a great movie. I love it.
Ryan L (nl) wrote: Paul Thomas Anderson's has created yet another cinematic masterpiece with There Will Be Blood. His fourth and second best film follows the story of Daniel Plainview, brilliantly played by Daniel Day Lewis, a successful oil man trying to drill oil from land that he purchased from religious fanatic Eli, played by Paul Dano. This film is great on so many levels! First of all it looks astonishing. It is a beautiful film for the eyes to look at. Secondly, the performances in this film are all oscar worthy. Daniel Day Lewis sold his character so well that I forgot that it was him halfway through the film. Also a great understated performance from Paul Dano. Lastly the story that is told is so simple and complex at the same time that it is mesmerizing, though provoking, and terrifying all at the same time. There Will Be Blood is a great movie to PTA fans like myself. It has the same disturbing subtleties too it that draws the story to a sudden climax that both puzzles and shocks. If you do not like PTA movies you will more than likely not like this movie. One of the most wonderful things about this film is how intense it is. Like many of PTA's films he uses a technique of eliminating all sound except for the dialogue and objects being used by those who are talking. And this adds an intensity that makes you pay attention because you are genuinely nervous I what will happen next. In conclusion, There Will Be Blood is one of the best movies I have seen in a long time. It has some of the best performances I've ever seen, a story that is enticing, and a score that fits the scenes so well and adds to the intenseness if the film.