The movie is about a guy named Danny. He is banned from school and lives with his grandfather. Here, he still remains mischievous untill he is sent to prison and become a prisoner. In prison, he is still messing up everything. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Aaron C (gb) wrote: So I guess not everyone's on board with this film. That's ok. Jackie Chan's 100th film may be more of a history textbook than a movie but, that being the case, it was a damn good history lesson. Periodically paragraphs of text will display setting the stage for the next conflict between the Qing Dynasty and the revolution. I believe this is done so 1911 isn't a 4 or 5 hour snoozefest. It tells us the important historical details so it can focus on the people who matter most in the conflict. I think I enjoyed this movie so much because Jackie Chan clearly was very passionate about this film. I believe that came through in the finished work. Is this the Jackie Chan we flock to the theaters for? Clearly not. But I, for one, do not want to be the kind of fan that denies him the opportunity to expand.
Hunter W (ru) wrote: It's heartwarming and charming to a fault thanks specifically to its talented leads in Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer and Emma Stone
Lasse C (jp) wrote: It was actually fairly entertaining. Especially the second half was highly enjoyable as Wolverine's troubles are always a joy to follow.
Tyson P (mx) wrote: bruce campbell made two amazing movies. This is not one of them. Theres is one really good cat fight though.
Kimberley D (au) wrote: The only saving grace was Stefan Marc. Other than that, really stupid. In regards to how girls talk about wishing they had a man ~ quasi-realistic. And that's annoying, too.
Alessia B (ca) wrote: Deliziosooo! Eloise e' adorabile!
Linda M (us) wrote: Very interesting to see what circuit parties are like from real people...or so it seems. Hot guys too.
Kim B (mx) wrote: A good movie, rather slow moving, but that really helps you to feel like your part of that Hasidic lifestyle, puts you right in there with that poor couple who are split apart just becaues they can't produce an offspring. Depressing, but powerful and an isight into a very differnt way of life.
Justin B (ag) wrote: Pretty one sided story that paints Lance Armstrong as a mustache twirling villain at times. Focus's strictly on the PE drug scandal. Ben Foster disappears into Lance Armstrong and Jessie Plemons is on point as usual. Was hoping for more but over all enjoyed the film and it spells out all the major details surrounding this controversy.
Kyle M (gb) wrote: This really good western flick was finely well done with a fun and cool tone and a good cast as well. (A-)(Full review coming soon - with better wording)
Tommy D (kr) wrote: A surprising movie about a sport that a lot of people, including me, think as a bluff. The outstanding performance of Mickey Rourke makes you understand the real hardship of some too often overlooked.Amazing direction, photography and soundrack are the finishing touches for a masterpiece.
Stefanie C (jp) wrote: We Could be Heroes?Grand, Operatic, and Elegiac! Visconti is at his best enlivening the historical, with his attention to every detail. Shot on location, the narrative structure wonderfully paces the rule of King Ludwig II of Bavaria. Helmut Berger infuses his portrayal with ambiguity, further heightened by nascent homosexuality: Is he mad or a genius? This idealistic Moon King is not a ruler for a united German republic. Associations with the feminine and embryonic state abound. With twitching hands and shifting eyes, Ludwig??s mannerisms alone chart his retreat to a world of fantasy. This film must be seen in its complete, unexpurgated version to appreciate the artistry. Truly Royal!
Tyler S (ru) wrote: This was shocking good -- despite the insanely frustrating ending.
Rodrigo G (it) wrote: A cena do Steve Carell me faz chorar toda vez, no importa quantas vezes eu veja.
Tommy R (it) wrote: I love Madia and I lobe her movies cuz she's funny as hell
Ian T (nl) wrote: This is a hard one to rate, as I felt I didn't understand it but at the same time it did seem like there was something to understand and even something worth another watch.