Writer, director, producer MARSHALL HERSKOVITZ is one of the most prominent figures in film and television. With partner Ed Zwick, whom he met while attending the American Film Institute, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Dialogue: An Interview with Screenwriter Marshall Herskovitz
Writer, director, producer MARSHALL HERSKOVITZ is one of the most prominent figures in film and television. With partner Ed Zwick, whom he met while attending the American Film Institute, ...
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Adrasto E (gb) wrote: Hell and back again is a remarkable masterpiece not about war, but about what the effects of war. The movie was filmed by an embedded journalist named Danfung Dennis, and God only know how much good he was in filming and mounting this movie. Remarkable. One of the best movies I've ever seen.
Fady Z (ag) wrote: directed wonderful . interesting story
Paul F (mx) wrote: In the movie industry today, it's not uncommon to see a musical artist make his or her attempt at being a part of a film in some way or another. However, it's uncommon to see those films be worthwhile. With 8 Mile, however, we are treated to an emotional, uplifting, and well-acted story that follows a character that parallels Eminem, played by Eminem, and his everyday struggles in the slums of Detroit. The story here is one that is very familiar, and if you've ever watched a sports drama you've seen this in some form or another. So, in a few scenes, the things that happen are predictable. It's a flaw that the film almost can't help, but it's a flaw that can be overlooked thanks to the surprisingly impressive performance by Marshall Mathers (that's Eminem's real name, in case you don't know). Having grown up in the same environment that his character, Jimmy "Rabbit" Smith, suffers through in the film, he is able to deliver a hard-hitting, real performance that draws audiences into his character's difficult life. This is another thing the film does excellently: it provides an authentic, engrossing journey into the lives of the low-class city dwellers, one that is suitably depressing at times. It made me feel sorry for the characters portrayed in the movie, and it made me all the more thankful for the privileges I have in my life. And many aspects of the plot that seemed otherwise unimportant and unnecessary contribute to that atmosphere that the film sets up. The supporting cast in the movie is also strong, even though some performances were more memorable than others (Kim Basinger's was one of the biggest stand-outs). In the end, 8 Mile is a well-done film that provides an emotional journey into the life of a young man who is able to rise out of the shit-hole and achieve greatness. It's memorable, and it's a reminder as to why Eminem and rappers like him are respected in the ways they are.
Private U (ru) wrote: I can't believe Mark Hamill did this AFTER Star Wars!!! LOL
Sam B (br) wrote: Plenty of action, but quite predictable.
Trent G (ru) wrote: I found this movie a lot of fun. Fox & Goodman were great, and the special effects/visuals were outrageous.