The Detectives

The Detectives

Three 13-year-olds start a detective agency and in solving their first case, learn about friendship and courage.

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Andy T (ca) wrote: With Felicity Jones's charming and beautiful performance, Chalet Girl turns out to be a pretty good hero's journey movie, even when it is obviously predictable and has pretty much nothing original.

Ian M (jp) wrote: Been wanting to check this out...

Michael S (it) wrote: Atrocious action flick ("Die Hard" in a prison) that's as tired and bloated as its star, Steven Seagal. Features one of the worst soundtracks in recent memory.

Russell H (kr) wrote: It was a stupid comedy and it achieved what was intended. People take these movies too seriously.

Muffin M (jp) wrote: When the President of the United States (Damien Masson) is kidnapped by aliens and replaced with a clone, the police call on Marshal 'Dick' Dix (Leslie Nielsen) of the International Security Force.With the fate of the world in his hands, Dix sets off on a star trek with sexy Officer Menage (Ophelie Winter) by his side and no clue how he is going to rescue the President, save the Earth from the scum of the universe and stop an attack of the clones before the galaxy erupts in an all out star wars!!! also stars Alexandra Kamp-Groenveld, Verona Feldbusch, Peter Egan, Natalie Gray, Charles Dennis and Jeffrey Wiseman.directed by Allan A. Goldstein.

Johan S (it) wrote: Sauna, drinking, swearing and F"%g finnish culture!

Alexander C (de) wrote: Want to see it! Will have to take into account!

Luc L (nl) wrote: A very good western and performance by Paul Newman.

Jesus M (nl) wrote: Bullet is a gritty crime drama starring and written by Mickey Rourke. It details a thug's return home after doing an 8-year bid in prison. The film also features Tupac Shakur, Adrien Brody, Ted Levine, Donnie Wahlberg, and Michael K. Williams (Omar from The Wire). In the film, Butch "Bullet" Stein returns home to his dysfunctional family after doing 8 years in prison for a crime he didn't commit. He refuses to snitch on some Italian and Irish gangsters he was connected to, who in turn watch his back when he gets out. As soon as he gets out, he immediately robs some white suburban kids trying to buy dope in the projects of NYC. He strips them naked and makes them run all throughout the building. He then shanks one dealer in the eye who had connections to his old prison enemy, Tank (2Pac). In prison, Bullet also shanked Tank in the eye leaving him to wear an eye patch and vow revenge (an eye for an eye) when Bulley gets out. Afterwards, Bullet gets back to his old ways of robbery, crack smoking, and heroin addiction. Bullet resides at his Jewish family's home. His younger brother is portrayed by Adrien Brody who is a nihilistic but talented artist and fellow cohort in crime. His older brother is played by Ted Levine, an isane ex-Marine who went nuts in Vietnam. Levine gives a real Oscar-worthy performance as a man who patrols his neighborhood in full fatigues and spends the rest of his time creating new spy gadgets in his metal-door bolted room. He, alongside his pitbbull Captain Crunch, instructs inner-city kids on how best to cut a man's throat and set booby traps. Levine was both crazy and really hilarious at times and had the standout role. Bullet's parents were always upset over their three sons, who were as the best way to put it, f*ck-ups. Their overly-dramatic laments were the only cliched dialogue in an otherwise gritty and realistic movie. Rourke gives a great performance in this greasy crime drama. The film is really well shot with some cool shoot-outs and fight scenes along with a great soundtrack. It reminded me of King of New York, Taxi Driver, Fresh, and other previous films that show the gritty and poor side of a dirty New York City. Like in The Wrestler, Rourke goes out of his way to portray a down-n-out pathetic but sympathetic character. He's a 35 year-old Jewish thug/ex-con who still hangs around all the dope spots and carelessly confronts anybody who crosses his path-always resulting in trouble. All the characters are great, Tupac made a great villain. Rourke gives one of his best performances, a classic for any type of goon who starts at the bottom and stays there. Most of the dialogue was gritty, smart and real, and the storyline was decent, but not all entirely original. It did have a fantastic ending though. Bullet does not go out of its way to have a deep moral meaning or message to live by. Instead, it simply shows the tough lives a group of people trapped in small-time crime. Bottom line, anybody who is a fan of gritty crime dramas should check out this cool little flick from the mid-nineties. (P.s., this is my first review in a long time. I haven't been on this site much since it freaked out and I was hoping it would be fixed soon but that doesn't look like that's gonna happen. Also, before all the problems, I had about 1100-1250 movie ratings but now I only have 650. A random half just dissapeared. Has this problem happened to anyone else?)

Ian R (gb) wrote: My favorite DreamWorks film of all time, maybe even my favorite Disney movie. I was in a bad place when this came out, and Spirit pulled me out of it. He's one of my heroes, and I think that this movie is highly underrated.

Gordon H (ca) wrote: Tolkien's Literary Classic Comes to Life on the Big Screen!Originally Written December 19, 2001--The future of civilization rests in the fate of the One Ring, which has been lost for centuries. Powerful forces are unrelenting in their search for it. But fate has placed it in the hands of a young Hobbit named Frodo Baggins (Elijah Wood), who inherits the Ring and steps into legend. A daunting task lies ahead for Frodo when he becomes the Ringbearer - to destroy the One Ring in the fires of Mount Doom where it was forged.I have been a huge fan of 'The Lord of the Rings' since I first read Tolkien's masterpiece in Middle School. I was so disappointed in Hollywood's first attempt to bring this classic story to the big screen---a regrettable 1978 animated version. I was absolutely thrilled to see that a live-action version was being planned for this year. But I was shocked to see how amazing Peter Jackson's version truly is! I loved this first chapter in the story of Frodo and the Fellowship of the Ring begin their journey to Mordor! And the cliffhanger ending at the end of Part 1 is fantastic! I can't wait for Part 2! Five stars.