An unfair layoff at America's largest gas chain leaves Will and Emily without work, so they decide to fight back. Along with filmmaking friend Jimmy, they begin driving across the country robbing Big Blue stations. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Last Great Americans
An unfair layoff at America's largest gas chain leaves Will and Emily without work, so they decide to fight back. Along with filmmaking friend Jimmy, they begin driving across the country robbing Big Blue stations.
- Stars:Sanda Knezevic, Nebojsa Glogovac, Jelisaveta Sablic, Petar Kralj, Nikola Djuricko, Boris Milivojevic, Srdjan Todorovic, Marija Karan, Tatjana Djordjevic, Ashley Ferris, Evan Ferrario, Chance McNiff, Amrey Ferrario, Josh Pellerin, Allison Ferris, Martin Ferris, Akiva Gopalkrishnan, Connor Keating, Sheena Oglesby, Matt Ploof, Jules Sanders, Logan Schoonmaker, Sharon Schoonmaker, Vaughn Schoonmaker,
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Anthony U (it) wrote: A story of self-realisation powerfully written, performed and directed.
Gianfranco D (mx) wrote: Pretty much anything important in America is around beer.
Brian E (es) wrote: sway, to and fro....sway
Kilo D (br) wrote: 5 Reasons Why Vincent Gallo Is a Cancer: 1. His comments toward Spike Jonze. 2. His comments about Martin Scorsese. 3. His comments toward the Coppola's. 4. His comments against Roger Ebert's (originally) correct review. 5. His egotistical, snorefest of a movie "The Brown Bunny" that just sits there, flat on the screen, bloated in importance and existential nonsense.
John B (mx) wrote: Great bit of acting here to pull off the seeminly incomprehensible affair..then again, how many examples do we see of this in our lives?
WS W (ca) wrote: "I know what you did 18 years ago". Exactly. There is something about the twist & turn at the end only it is poorly delivered, so as the whole movie, in addition to the lame CGI.
G S (it) wrote: Mizoguchi's last film illustrates why prostitutes "have" to do what they do, instead of only "why". The film follows many prostitutes working during a time when prostitution was being legally challenged in Japan. Their lives all intersect at a club where they serve new clients on a nightly basis. One prostitute is a ruthless con who ends up tricking a merchant out of his business and 250,000 yen. Another is a woman who sold herself to support her son, but her son, unable to deal with her profession and past, rejects her. Another sells her body to support her ill husband and infant child. Then there is one who is a young delinquent and we learn that she does so probably out of spite for her father's behavior in the past. The heartbreak of a prostitute who tries to flee the business but realizes that: her husband is using her, that married life is too difficult, and earning a living by other means doesn't pay enough, sums up how trapped the prostitutes are. It is strange and sad to see that all are in the profession for only money and desperately want to leave, but can never generate enough cash. The exception is Yat-chan who tricks the merchant, then in the end takes over his store and thus frees herself from the business. However, the departure of one prostitute signals the coming of another as we see a young girl on her first night trying to bring in customers; her uncomfort with her situation mirrors the audiences. The great effectiveness of the film lies in being able to portray the horrible and difficult lives of prostitutes so matter of factly, that is where the real shock lies.
Mike P (ru) wrote: Predator.....with Rowdy Roddy Piper.
Jay B (jp) wrote: Murphy is good, fanning is a little bitch, the music is somber, and everybody cries a lot. Not exactly my kind of movie.