A cruel twist of fate catapults small time crook Mickey Skinner into the big league, as head of a brutal London gang poised on the brink of a lucrative human-trafficking deal . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Big I Am
A cruel twist of fate catapults small time crook Mickey Skinner into the big league, as head of a brutal London gang poised on the brink of a lucrative human-trafficking deal.
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Benjamin (au) wrote: One of the coolest prison movies of the year!!
Kristal C (nl) wrote: Eh...I've seen better films on the subject. I understand there's a lot of ground to cover, but it felt like a lot of the subject matter was glossed over. This is a good starting point for people who don't know a lot about grindhouse, but there a re quite a few other docs out there that go a little more in depth.
Grant S (gb) wrote: Great battle scenes but pretty weak in many other areas.A telling of the 1st Battalion, 7 Cavalry Regiment, 1st Calvary Division's battle against overwhelming odds in the La Drang valley of Vietnam in 1965. Seen through the eyes of the battalion's commander, Lt. Col. Hal Moore (played by Mel Gibson), we see him take command of the battalion and its preparations to go into Vietnam. We also see how the French had, years earlier, been defeated in the same area. The battle was to be the first major engagement between US and NVA forces in Vietnam and showed the use of helicopters as mobility providers and assault support aircraft.Very gritty battle scenes. Captures well the chaos and confusion of battle, plus the desperation and terror involved when things aren't going well. Mostly accurate, by most accounts, though some minor liberties are taken for dramatic effect.The problem, however, lies with just about everything else. Dialogue is quite over-the-top, as if just about everybody is played by John Wayne. Many simple passages of dialogue are turned into speeches, and cliche-filled speeches at that.In keeping with the cheesy dialogue, some pretty heavy-handed, overly gung ho scenes too. Once again, reminded me of a John Wayne movie.Overall, quite entertaining, just uneven because of the mix of gritty battle scenes and cheesy dialogue and other scenes.
TTT C (au) wrote: (** 1/2): Thumbs Down A mixed bag. It has its moments but I've seen better anthology films. A near-miss.
Jack G (it) wrote: A class-A example of why you shouldn't rush the writing of a script where "shit goes crazy". Maybe I missed something, but this is just random nonsense, and not the good kind; you have to stick with it for little moments of true hilarity (i.e. Jim Jarmusch's cameo as a mob-boss), but it's not really worth it.
Edward T (mx) wrote: I used to watch it as a kid
Wes S (us) wrote: It's cheesy, loose, and has poor pacing- but that's all forgivable for providing a fun time. The effects are a hit or miss, and the characters are a little sloppy. The fight scenes are plentiful but short. But the Ghost Rider character is fun to watch do his stuff, and the background is interesting.
charles s (mx) wrote: its no animation masterpiece, but the jokes do work for the most part, and the main two characters are likable. My main nit pick is that this film can be a little too mean spirited sometimes.