A group of kids in Brooklyn form a gang. From this moment on they do everything together. This makes things easier but at the same time they have to face new problems. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Lord's of Flatbush
A group of kids in Brooklyn form a gang. From this moment on they do everything together. This makes things easier but at the same time they have to face new problems.
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Matt R (mx) wrote: Great B-Movie Horror with a clever mix of humor, action, and just plain stupidity. Osombie Bin Laden: The Real Story. If you like good bad horror films, check this one out.
Dave J (au) wrote: Wednesday, July 16, 2014 (2012) Guns, Girls and Gambling COMEDY CRIME DRAMA Written and directed by Michael Winnick, starring Christian Slater replaying his role again that's similar to the character he did on "True Romance" as another Elvis Presley impersonator involved with the whereabouts of an old artifact American Indian mask stolen from an Indian owned casino located in the middle of the desert. The tone of the movie is Quentin Tarantino-esque or like "Get Shorty" as well as other inspired copy cats as it involves multiple characters. The start of the movie, is also part of the end, as Slater as John Smith narrating and filling viewers about what happened. A group of Elvis impersonators, including Gary Oldman playing poker in an undisclosed area where it's not guarded conspire to steal an old Indian mask from the 1800's. Once it gets stolen, it's been pin pointed that John Smith stole it since he was the only person left, except that( as he claimed) he was knocked out resulting to a 1 million dollar reward for it's return. At this point, someone else is killing off each of the Elvis impersonators in order to get the mask since one of the 5 may have taken it, and it is from a blond headed assassin called "The Blonde" played by Helena Mattsson. Other Elvis impersonators also include besides Gary Oldman and Christian Slater, Chris Kattan as the Gay Elvis, Tony Cox as "The Little Person Elvis", and Anthony Brandon Wong as the Asian Elvis. The cast also includes, Dane Cook and Sam Trammell as Sheriff Hutchins, and Sheriff Cowley, Jeff Fahey as "The Cowboy", Powers Boothe as "The Rancher" and Megan Park as Cindy, the Neighbor. All involved with it's own personality with a revealing twist at the end. There are two things that kind of bothered me, besides the movie not being funny: 1) it is the fact that security cameras should've been around, and it's just too much of a coincidence that they're not acknowledged in this film at all. the 2)nd point is the confusion of the role of 'The College Kid' (Marc Winnick) who is sometimes at two or three places at once, and to me that's improbable. If you're going to make this film work, cover your basis. 2 out of 4 stars
Susan G (us) wrote: Suspect this went straight to DVD. Good premise but awful acting and poor execution.
Clifford H (es) wrote: This is easily the greatest romantic comedy of the decade. The only romcom in recent memory that comes close to the fun level of this film is Keeping the Faith. Table for Three is also very smart and sharp. It would have gotten another 0.5 stars for better cinematography, but it is what it is.
MOHD KHAIRUL ANWAR J (ca) wrote: show best teamwork between a grouof u.s seal (special force)
David B (de) wrote: I figured this was written by larry david who starred in it, It seemed like his work but it turns out its woody allen's project which makes sense i guess. It was enjoyed.
Al M (jp) wrote: Almost as crappy as slasher cinema can get, Knock, Knock features a few bits of memorable gruesomeness but otherwise is a hackneyed, stupid, badly acted, poorly shot piece of horror crap that will not stay with you for even the amount of time ti takes the credits to roll.
Agus B (ag) wrote: realmente pesima una copia mala y terrible de et
Bruno L (gb) wrote: an underrated sci-fi classic from the 60s.
bill s (ca) wrote: Another bloated ego trip by the bloated ego himself,Seagal.
Grant S (au) wrote: I love every part of this movie. The detail in the CGI is insanely good, the chemistry between the actors is great, and I think the soundtrack for the movie is John Williams's best work. This movie also is great at getting the audience to feel emotional, especially during the Order 66 montage. It also has the best light saber fight in all of Star Wars.
Graham M (gb) wrote: I can imagine conspiracy nuts going crazy over this film. It's a little overlong but it's a decently paced thriller with some good turns of the plot and entertaining dialogue, especially from Gould and Savalas.