In Budapest, two rival gangs of young boys lay claim to a vacant lot. The hostilities escalate yet never quite boil over into actual violence. Just when things do get out of hand, however, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Boys of Paul Street
In Budapest, two rival gangs of young boys lay claim to a vacant lot. The hostilities escalate yet never quite boil over into actual violence. Just when things do get out of hand, however, ...
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Martin P (kr) wrote: Based on the true story and the best selling book it's a film about a cat called Bob and his homeless busking owner and is great.
Randy H (es) wrote: not bad. pretty good movie worth watching once.
Rohan D (au) wrote: HILARIOUS comedy is what this whole movie is made up of!!!Definitely gets a zero star if u consider it as part of the khiladi series,else it rocks!!!!!Dont expect it to be anything like the khiladi series,as its not,but what it is,is a brilliant comedy movie.
Nick K (de) wrote: This was very interesting, I never realised how complex the process of making one of these instruments is.
Budge B (au) wrote: There is an essential self-reflexive theme running through this film: art may enrich society, but does it enrich the artist? Literary fiction may aspire to an understanding of the human condition, but does the novelist really understand people? Comparisons have been made between director Agnes Jaoui and Woody Allen, and you can see some parallels in the level of philosophical, aesthetic, and sociological enquiry which underpins the action.Crucially, however, you are often left wondering who is the star of the film. Lolita is a pretty (or plain) young woman who is conscious that she is overweight and who is struggling to build a career as a singer. Her father is a successful novelist who seems to have devoted most of his life to ignoring her. Lolita (and there's an obvious pun in the name), craves his attention, his respect, his love. She wants to be noticed. But she is noticed only when people identify her as the daughter of the great man."Look at Me" ('Comme une Image' - like a picture, like an image), however, finds its narrative dynamism in the tale of two novelists - the one famous but racked by an inability to find further inspiration, the other initially struggling then catapulted into the limelight through his wife's use of Lolita's influence. Neither appears able to understand the people around him. Or are they just blinded by success, so blinded they become self-obsessed and unable to see beyond than their own fame, their own image?Lolita's father devotes more attention to his phone than he does to her. She becomes an artefact, a series of events in his life to be patronised from time to time. He can see the talent in another writer, but is unaware that his own daughter might have talent of her own. He is rude, overbearing, self-centred, and a dried husk of the creative writer he used to be. He shares something with his daughter - fear. He worries he might never write another word, she worries about her forthcoming performance.The film moves at slow pace - very elegantly, very stylishly. The performances are faultless - and the 'making of extra' which accompanies the DVD emphasises just how much effort went into getting things right. It's a very accomplished, very engaging, and ultimately very rewarding film, but don't let comparisons with Woody Allen lull you into expecting a comedy. Agnes Jaoui delivers a film which is less a comedy of middle class mores and more a dissection of the sociology of art. Not a film which will be to everyone's taste, but sophisticated, charming, and absorbing.
Liam J (nl) wrote: I consider this movie a must watch for anyone. Its about a couple kids who end up on a mob airplane and the events that follow. It really never goes the direction you think it might, and with the exception of a few issues that a normal watcher wont notice, this movie is absolutely excellent.
Russ B (br) wrote: 2/7/2014: an ok movie with very good actors.
Aaron E (es) wrote: A pitiful excuse of a movie compared to Nerds I. Its really only worth watching if you are a super fan of the first one.
britani b (it) wrote: good movie. watchd it wen i was little
Bill T (gb) wrote: Just ok, some very boring stretches, but Moriarty is a hoot in this.
Robert G (kr) wrote: With the kind of star power that this movie had I guess I was just expecting more from it. The movie was good, very enjoyable. But I am relatively sure I will forget this movie, it just isn't memorable.
Tom M (es) wrote: Tony Rome has to track down a diamond pin, from some unsavory characters, while dodging bullets. Interesting cast including Rocky Graziano, Jill St. John & Shecky Greene. Nancy Sinatra does the theme song.
Christopher B (jp) wrote: Great performances by several, with the most balanced of the characters being the *uppity colored woman* - groundbreaking at the time. And always a pleasure to see Victor Buono!
Greg W (ca) wrote: another winner from that magic year 1939
Casey B (kr) wrote: Buried underneath all the excess (never has wall-to-wall music been more obvious or obnoxious) and heavy handedness is a very good movie that is aided by excellent performances all around. Worth a watch for any basketball fan just to see a young Allen carrying his own in his scenes with Denzel.
Wes S (gb) wrote: Strange plot, bad acting, cheap off-screen effects, and a slow boring pace. Just about the average B-movie you'll find on MST3K.