Five high school students, all different stereotypes, meet in detention, where they pour their hearts out to each other, and discover how they have a lot more in common than they thought. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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alex f (ca) wrote: Needs to be 20mins shorter.
Tom H (es) wrote: Ok western all though poorly directed. reusing the same scenes but from different angles. and unessesary flashbacks. the first one was ok, but the same prolonged flashback two times(or was it three?)?! come on Burt, shiiiit. Despite the lackluster material Robert Mitchum basically carried the whole film and made it watchable. I guess you have to be a Mitchum fan to fairly enjoy this film. luckily i am just that.
Laura B (fr) wrote: looks kinds like Grosse point blank but thats not a bad thing so hey way now
Manuela O (gb) wrote: One of my favourites Brazilian movies, even though it's pretty shocking and sad.
Joseph H (au) wrote: doesnt seem interesting
Ilja S (de) wrote: Jaws: The Revenge is absolutely unwatchable. It is a menace. Poorly written, illogical, and completely tensionless, filled with stupid dream sequences and a story with more holes than the shark prop.
Mark N (br) wrote: Suffers from 70's movie-making sensibilities that seem laughable compared to modern submarine movies. The ship interiors is massive and not at all dark & claustrophobic. The sailors seem insanely optimistic and at ease with their terrifying predicament and a lack of strong performances makes the inevitable ending all the less satisfying. I recall watching it several times on TV over the years and that affection makes it a nostalgia piece for me and i forgive many of it's failings.
Beau A (kr) wrote: The cross of iron not only shows how the German military was but the USA military in Vietnam and even to this present time.
Rachel B (it) wrote: It's said to be Laurel and Hardy's best. I don't know about that, but it is clever and probably can be blamed for every dysfunctional married life sitcom.
Patryk C (fr) wrote: Although 80 years have passed since the premiere of this film it still remains one of the most smashing, distressing and harrowing depictions of prison violence in history. The story of James Allen (brilliantly and believably played by the up-and-coming Paul Muni) is a serious, not-so-typical cautionary tale. Upon his return home James - against his family's requests - rejects the job offer from his earlier employer and decides to follow the dream of becoming a prominent architect. Unfortunately, the country's economic instability shows its true face when James rides around the country without any chances of finding real work. If this wasn't enough, one day he meets a shady character who invites him for a free burger at a nearby joint. Soon it becomes clear that this man is actually a small-time robber, and James is dragged into the whole intrigue with him, just to be found guilty with a proper trail and sentenced for 10 years on a chain gang. The enormous brutality and inhumane treatment of the prisoners make I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang a real punch-in-the-face. One day James finally finds a way of escaping from the nightmare and begins to re-live his life and finally fulfills his lifelong dream. While he soon becomes a master craftsman in the architectural industry, new problems arise afterwards. He is pressured into marrying his landlady - who happens to know his past - and when he begins to have feelings for another woman, she starts threatening his huge secret. Before long he is once again - this time voluntarily, due to his prior agreement with the prison chieftains - sentenced to hard work in the chain gang. Hoping for a one-month stay he endures another 10 years in the horrible, atrocious conditions. I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang is a perfectly astounding expose of the unstable and literally bestial chain gang system. With its sinister ambiance and hard-hitting imagery, the film presents a grievous story of one innocent man's attempt at rescuing what's left of his already dilapidated life.