A young Catholic priest from Boston confronts bigotry, Naziism, and his own personal conflicts as he rises to the office of cardinal.
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Ben C (ag) wrote: Effing delightful. Buy it. Watch it. Live it.
Mike A (it) wrote: Enjoyed it the first and second time. Too bad they will not make any more from The November Man series.
Danielle C (kr) wrote: A Gud laugh with a nice story !
Cameron J (ag) wrote: It's like a parody movie without being that funny. It's got color but the acting is lacklustre and the story almost blatantly full of holes.
maryiam a (mx) wrote: mega sweet all about a guy whos in love with his best friend and he dont know it till shes gonna move away :D
Andrew M (gb) wrote: This movie is absolutely gorgeous plus Dana Brown says at the beginning that the Baja 1000 is about the human race and after see the movie you'll understand that it is it shows the insanity, and insane passion of the men and women racing in it. The movie grabs you be the pants and never lets up the second Mouse McCoy kick starts his bike or Robby Gorden guns his trophy truck
Sheryl Z (au) wrote: I just found this old movie stub in my filing cabinet. This was a cute little fairy tale movie, but I don't remember it well enough to say anything too specific.
Matt B (ag) wrote: We've seen this story all before, and in far more graphic detail. Permanent Midnight is PG-13 compared to most heroin-user biopics. But, Stiller taps into his inner-darker self and breathes life into the character, making for a somewhat enjoyable ride. Writter Jerry Stahl's story is far more different than the average drug addict - he was successful, and threw it away with this habbit. Stiller really transformed into a dark actor with some range in his role as Stahl. And Stiller's effort was needed because the story pretty much centers around him with barely any supporting help. The role to say the least, was very demanding and Stiller did a good job. The real problem with Permanent Midnight - honestly who is Jerry Stahl? Why should we care about him? And what makes his story any different to any other heroin addict who threw their lives away? The only thing interesting about him is the fact that he injected himself daily with heroin, yet he preached eating healthy and he ran a messily 5 miles a day! Some of Stahl's writing was very good, with the ever powerful quote "Some stories you remember for the rest of your life, some stories you spend your life trying to forget". But, I feel like Stahl didn't know whether he wanted his biopic to be funny or serious and it falls in the cracks somewhere in between. Despite a surprisingly solid performance by Stiller, Permanent Midnight really brings nothing special to it's genre. And it never helps when your director (David Veloz) is helming his first ever film. Maybe if Stahl let someone else re-write his story it would have been better. Perhaps someone who still does drugs?
Bryon M (ru) wrote: A truly stupid crappy ending ruins the whole film. Has some suspense, believability to it and a good little twist. But the ending is so bad so inept and stupid that it renders this to garbage. Cravens worst film by far.
Darren R (ru) wrote: Just too slow with too few interesting characters. It has a nice motorcycle chase and a very amusing cameo by William Holden.
Michael V (ca) wrote: First rate adventure film with stellar performance by Yul Brynner and a majestic score by Franz Waxman.
Boydar (it) wrote: The best Polish movie in the history of our national cinematography - epic and brilliant.
Damir A (mx) wrote: Arnie and Sly in a decent escape flick. Could have been so much more.