The Children of Times Square

The Children of Times Square

An alienated teenage boy runs away from home and ventures to New York City where he falls in with a gang of juvenile delinquents working as drug dealers and pickpockets for a shady crime boss.(IMDB)

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The Children of Times Square torrent reviews

Randy P (ru) wrote: This movie had some heart, but barely showed it.It seemed that the action or even the thrills don't really work or feel like they fit in. While you're watching this, notice how this thriller, never thrills you or makes your watch intense.

Merhan G (de) wrote: the fourth star for the quote de camuoos

Ryan P (ru) wrote: One of the greatest movies of our generation.

Federico F (de) wrote: One of the best films of the Harry Potter saga. The gothic style woven into the suspense and at the same time adventures, it's beautiful.

Bruno L (nl) wrote: Although Salma Hayek had a mediocre acting performance in this movie, the story, commitment from other actors, and the production were really good. Extraordinary performances of a harrowing time for the Mirabel family. If you enjoy tense, engaging dramas, this one is recommended.

Matthew Franklin C (gb) wrote: ???? (The Nomad), a 2005 movie about Kazakhstan's founding father, ?bilmansr 'Abylai' Khan (Kuno Becker). The story itself was kind of derivative - pretty much an archetypical hero myth complete with a wise Obi-Wan like mentor (Jason Scott Lee as Oraz) and many profound doings about Mansr's charmed birth (as a descendant of Jenghis Khan), who turns out to be The One who unites the bickering tribes of Kazakhstan, drives out the Zngars, gets the girl (Gauhar, played by Ayanat Yesmagambetova), &c. &c, but it was executed well. Sometimes the writing was worthy of an eyeroll or two - for example when Gauhar rides off by herself seemingly for no other reason than to be captured by the top Zngar general. Also, I got the feeling the SFX director watched The Matrix once too often (for example, the scene where Mansr practically does a Neo-style bullet time dodge on horseback of five arrows fired at him). But the rest of it was done really, really well, with lots of colourful costumes and kick-arse fight scenes. The special effects were good, the horses were awesome, the hats were even more awesome and the scenery was drop-dead gorgeous. The acting was pretty good for the most part - though my favourite character was by far and away Oraz.

William W (ag) wrote: Hahahahaha! I'm still laughing from just how gross-out Sir Peter Jackson's first two films are! He sure has come a long way since then! Just imagine if the Lord of the Rings and Hobbit trilogies, as well as King Kong, were helmed by him back THEN! =)

Helen L (jp) wrote: minus the terrible storyline, dialogue, and acting, completely awesome.

Andrew T (gb) wrote: Fast-paced, funny, and totally entertaining. The beach party cycle (if it can be called that) would be a perfectly acceptable desert-island selection in my book. And that's not just because I have an insane crush on Annette Funicello.

David S (de) wrote: At times realistic, at times overly didactic movie about workers' right amidst an atmosphere of serious issues with traditional female roles and racism.

Vincent H (gb) wrote: I loved it! A rousing story about a soon-to-retire John Wayne who has more heart and acting chops than he usually gets to express. And the Technicolor really brings the picture to life.

Orlok W (gb) wrote: 'Riffraff' finds Pat O'Brien as Dan Hammer, hardboiled private eye, operating in the Canal Zone which when the USA was operating the Panama Canal had a kind of hybrid sovereignty between America and Panama... Great Little 'B' Movie--This little gem is a great surprise! It is well scripted, well acted, fast paced and commands the viewers attention... The Canal Capers!!

KJ P (jp) wrote: With a paper-thin plot and an incredible cast that is given next to nothing to do, this film does get pretty tired, however, at a mere 87 minutes, you are still able to enjoy it's harmless story. It is a pretty cliched premise, but for watching with your family around Christmas time, you can still sit back and laugh. After being invited to his dad's house for the holidays, he realizes he left his sons gifts at home and the film is pretty much just a road trip to make sure his son still believes in Santa. This film could have been fun as a kids story, but the adult humour mixed with the childish dialogue felt really odd. I felt myself cringing and enjoying it all at the same time. If you like Joel McHale and Robin Williams, you may like them in this, because they do give it their all, but there is just not enough for them to work with. Overall, "A Merry Friggin' Christmas" has it's moments, but is ultimately a dull, poorly lit Christmas film. Mediocre at best!