Unlike most gangs, the ButterCream gang does good deeds. Their leader, Pete, has to go live with his aunt in Chicago. But things don't go well in Chicago and Pete is changed when he returns... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The ButterCream Gang
Unlike most gangs, the ButterCream gang does good deeds. Their leader, Pete, has to go live with his aunt in Chicago. But things don't go well in Chicago and Pete is changed when he returns...
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Alex r (gb) wrote: This is a good biopic on Winnie Mandela, the wife of the late Nelson Mandela. The film takes a look at her life and how she met Nelson, but at the same time, it does leave a bit to be desired because I felt that the film could have been much better than what was delivered before a viewing audience. Winnie Mandela is a good film worth seeing, but you'll quickly realize that it does fall short of its potential at times. This is a retelling in a romanticized way of her life, and its accuracy can be called into question. However the performances are engaging and the cast is impressive, despite a few imperfections here and there. Terrence Howard is good in the role of Nelson Mandela; however he is not the best choice to play him. I found Morgan Freeman and Idris Elba to be far superior choices, and with that being said, Howard does what he can with the material, and he is pretty good, but he is far from memorable as well. The film works well and it does manage to be entertaining from start to finish, but it's obvious that the film's script has its limitations; therefore Winnie Mandela is an average biopic that never goes in depth into its subject, which is a shame because Winnie Mandela and her late husband are fascinating icons. The film is your typical hollywoodized version of facts, and though good, I wanted more actuality to the story. Nonetheless, Winnie Mandela is a good film, but one that should have been closer to the real life story because, let's face it, it's a fascinating story, one that deserves to be properly told. With that being said, the definitive film of Winnie Mandela's life has yet to be made, but for now, this is a good film to watch and get to k now the person who stood by Nelson Mandela while he was in prison.
Igor K (es) wrote: An historic love epic from china with minimal use of swords, battles and heroism, but with a more classic emotional drama approach. This saga gives a picture of a banking family mis(fortune) in turbulent times in changing China on the verge of a new milllennium. The cast is ok, the actors are giving a good performance, but somehow everything is very slow, and a little bit boring from time to time. The script and the director tried to encompass a great story with the myriad of subplots and emotional states, but many times, it seems that some important things have been missed or not presented in the best way. The soundtrack is very beautiful, there are some nice shots, and a moral ending about the honesty of bankers which has vanished in today's economics, and this story can be also reflect ob that changes in business ethics.
Gary G (ca) wrote: Different but enjoyable
Xanthe S (it) wrote: If you ever fear of being elderly, alone, and living in a old aged-home, then this movie is IT! It is, in a word, charming. Joan Plowright is down-right plucky and classy and makes aging something to look forward to....of course, stumbling into the likes of Rupert Friend should help.
Michelle M (it) wrote: Dare I say I sort of want to see this? I love the D, but...?
Jeremy B (ru) wrote: This is a great murder mystery film... the director does a great job of story telling and you never see it coming! Usually I can predict a movie like this in 20 mins or less. Not this one.
Lisa O (au) wrote: i watched that already ):
Shawn T (br) wrote: Here's one I never got around to seeing. I absolutely love the original and sequel though.
i C (es) wrote: 7/10surprised me, it was nice
Cam D (us) wrote: Lol this is one of my favourites.
Al M (kr) wrote: A film that I loved more than I should have, Idle Hands is a bizarre hybrid of the stoner comedy and horror genres that mixes laughs with the grotesque in a way that proves thoroughly entertaining.
Jason C (au) wrote: Having seen this you would be unlikely to be surprised that it was 'not screened in advance for critics' and went through significant re-shoots and post-production edits at the studio's behest. Whether that made it even more or slightly less of a box office disaster aside, this is clearly a rambling mess of a film - earnest, humourless and dour, yet sprinkled with what could be out-takes from Harry Potter or LotR. Oh Keanu...
Ernie M (nl) wrote: I remember seeing this movie after seeing Beach and Black in local PTE play and if I remember it correctly it was pretty decent flick.
Graham J (us) wrote: Altman returns to top form and delivers an amazing, tense and thrilling one man show. Phillip Baker Hall in his greatest role and Altman's camera does the rest.
Hannah D (kr) wrote: This is a bit slow and uneventful, but Henry Fonda's character Norman is very endearing and he made it worth watching.
Vikrant V (fr) wrote: FEROZ special.............
Patrick H (ag) wrote: The postmodern turn hit the big screen.
Joan W (fr) wrote: The most beautiful cinematography I've ever seen in a film. The sets were riveting and I found myself stopping the picture to observe more detail. It had a Frank Lloyd Wright feeling all the way through it. The acting was superb, even from the supporting cast. Jeanne Crain, meh. Mary Phillips was excellent as was Price and Ray Collins. The storyline was daring for it's day...with the murder of an invalid. This move is a blockbuster.
Amanda W (de) wrote: I'm supposed to like this movie but I don't care.
Donald K (de) wrote: It started off slow but ended well!