Two policemen must join forces to take on an international drug- smuggling gang - one, an unorthodox Irish policeman and the other, a straitlaced FBI agent. Sergeant Gerry Boyle is an eccentric small-town cop with a confrontational and crass personality and a subversive sense of humor. A longtime policeman in County Galway, Boyle is a maverick with his own moral code. He has seen enough of the world to know there isn't much to it and has had plenty of time to think about it. When a fellow police officer disappears and Boyle's small town becomes key to a large drug trafficking investigation, he is forced to at least feign interest when dealing with the humorless FBI agent Wendell Everett assigned to the case.
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Spencer P (jp) wrote: Organized, thorough, and topical, Werner Herzog analyzes the pros, cons, and histories of the internet in a way that anyone can connect with.
Lynn E (ca) wrote: I'm a huge fan of The Swell Season, but I found this doc boring. The performance pieces were nice, but that's not enough to carry the movie. The constant whining about the price of fame was grating. Skip it and buy one of their CDs instead.
Boris M (ca) wrote: Esperaba menos, que bueno ver que tambien podemos hacer suspenso, creo que sobra la escena final.
Cathy C (it) wrote: This amazing comedy has got brilliant animation,catchy songs,clever story,and great characters. Rio is a musical classic worthy enough to be famous. Review by Logan Cornn.
Gabriel K (es) wrote: A good example of how not to make an ensemble movie. The 3 intersecting stories are just not interesting enough, and never really come together. It doesn't even work as a comedy. Overall the movie is confused, uninspired and boring.
Tanya J (mx) wrote: Put off by the cast.
Brad G (jp) wrote: Great little exploitation film about the world of vice police and prostitution. I'm amazed at how scary a goofy lookin bastard like Wings Hauser can be but damn, he can kill ya with a stare. VF.
Oscar H (br) wrote: Jag har sllan skrattat s mycket t en enskild scen som i den hr filmen. Likt i ettan r (den d sedan tta r dde) Bruce Lee oftast spelad av stand-ins. Men nr han (i filmen) ntligen dr lyfter det rejlt. Ofrglmliga fajtingscener, och scenerna med lejonet och, inte minst, apan, etsar sig fr evigt fast p nthinnan. Lgg drtill en oddlig karaktr i filmhistorien; den amerikanske kung fu-mstaren ikldd helskgg, trningsoverall och guldmedaljong, spelad av skdespelaren man inte trodde var mjlig. Hans rakt igenom straighta rolltolkning gr den legendariska apscenen till ett landmrke i filmhistorien.
Glenn C (br) wrote: "Follow Me, Boys!" is a Disney film which managed to evade me. I have just watched it for the first time and it's movies like this that are the very reason why I love cinema so much. This is an absolutely fantastic flick. I have always loved Frederick MacMurray and his films such as The Egg & I, Double Indemnity and Dive Bomber have been staple favourites for a long time. Having now seen Follow Me Boys it's clear that we have a new contender. He is just so good. He plays a travelling jazz musician on tour who decides to pack it all in for the quiet life. Arriving in a small town he soon finds himself volunteering to be a scout leader to help keep the rowdy kids off the street. His commitment soon becomes a lifestyle and before he knows it the whole town respects and idolises him. His wife... is played by Vera Miles who is not only dead-set gorgeous in the film but she is also amazing. It's probably one of her most understated performances. If you catch this some time, pay attention to her subtle expressions. This was also Kurt Russell's first Disney contract film at the age of 13 and he is also solid and affective. Watching this also struck me with it's similarities to Mr Holland's Opus (or rather the other way around). A VERY similar formula with almost all the same hallmarks."Follow Me, Boys!" is a loving salute to the Boy Scouts of America that's impossible to resist. It certainly kept me smiling for it's entire 130 minute length. Well worth the purchase!
Joel H (fr) wrote: I'm going to go out on the unpopular limb here and say that the reason Rebel Without a Cause is such an iconic movie is because of the tragic death of James Dean just before the film was released. It's not that great of a movie. The story seems thrown together, the characters are difficult to relate to and the young actors, especially James Dean, are overly dramatic and chew the scenery at every opportunity. That's right, I'm a bad boy 'cause I don't really like this classic film.
Edward C (jp) wrote: Drag Me To Hell(2009)Starring:Alison Lohman,Justin Long,Lorna Raver,Dileep Rao,David Paymer,Adriana Barraza,Chelcie Ross,Reggie Lee,Molly Cheek,Bojana Novakovi?,Kevin Foster,and Jay GordonDirected By:Sam RaimiReviewCHRISTINE BROWN HAS A GOOD JOB, A GREAT BOYFRIEND, AND A BRIGHT FUTURE. BUT IN THREE DAYS, SHE'S GOING TO HELL.Hello Kiddies your pal the crypt-critic here and well he's going to try and keep this brief. This is one of the scariest films I have ever experienced. It's like sinister scary but to be quite honest I think this is scarier just because of the ending. I saw this film because I'm a big fan of Sam Raimi,he's given two of my favorite trilogies of all time.The film revolves around a woman named Christine Brown who has a lovely boyfriend,good job and has a bright future ahead of her,until one day after not giving an elderly woman the extension she needed to stay in her home she curses her and in three days Christine will go to hell.The plot while probably not realistic makes for a scary time. It's one of the most screwed up movies I've seen since paranormal activity 3 and sinister. I believe the theme of this film would be to enjoy life for as long as you have it.The acting is very good, I love the woman who played Christine and hope to see more of her in the future. The rest of the supporting cast is great in their roles. Sam Raimi knows how to direct actors who aren't too well known.All of the elements of a scary movie are present from beginning to end. I hear there might be a sequel,I think I heard that a long time ago,If so I'll see it because I highly recommend this scary flick. I give Drag me to HELL a four out of five stars.
Jayakrishnan R (au) wrote: 45%Saw this on 28/9/16It started off really well with an interesting plot, just like Gone Girl, but towards the end it becomes absolutely preposterous. Peter Berg's character lacks believability as he is that stupid. John Dahl however directs this one efficiently.
Levi P (gb) wrote: This movie is really a lost treasure of horror. For a direct to video release, while it's not without some issues, is extremely well done. It's about a serial killer terrorizing the patrons of a gym. There are plenty of perfect bodies, dead bodies and bodies dressed in 80's fashion!
Sonika B (ag) wrote: Quite Nice.. Brooklyn as a community has been captured beautifully