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Private U (es) wrote: It's not a masterpiece and it's actually right on the path of the movies that De Niro has been doing for the past few years. Despite it not being great, I really liked it for what it is. It's supposed to be a thriller with two war veterans and it's just that. It's nothing ingenious but it's a totally decent movie that would be a 6.5 in my book. Travolta was good, De Niro is always great cause I adore him as an actor! The action was as much as I wanted, the scenes of the fighting were really realistic and kept me at the edge of my seat. Even this back and forth thing that one was freed and the other was freed and so on and so forth, was nicely done and was not tiring. It's a nice rental for a relaxed week night, with some pop corn or a pizza, if you can handle eating with bloody scenes!
Tony L (es) wrote: very realistic,and quite damning on the iraq war
Swapan D (au) wrote: Seen, excellent realisation of love by the youngsters
Justin P (es) wrote: good show not bad acting and story
Emma D (us) wrote: If it were done nowadays, it would have received a way better rating. The serious tone was too new for audiences back then.
Peter F (it) wrote: Jim Jarmusch's second feature is still one of his best, and it's also possibly the most idiosyncratic prison-break movie ever made. That said, to call Down by Law a "prison-break" movie is a bit of a misnomer, as customary for Jarmusch he has little drive to give us exciting set pieces (we don't even see how they escape), but like a Jack Kerouac novel the point isn't the destination but the trek getting there. As with all of Jarmusch's films, Down by Law is carried by character and dialogue, but they're the two cards that no other American director can really get by with (asides from Tarantino). The film's trio of lovable low-lives all have great chemistry, and Tom Waits fans can rest assured that this is his single best on-screen performance. Always jovial, and featuring a cracking soundtrack supplied by Waits himself, Down by Law feels timeless and essential more than ever.
James K (au) wrote: Visually beautiful with a haunting score. Substantially disturbing...
Prithviraj P (fr) wrote: same mistake by flixster
Jeff B (br) wrote: Great courtroom drama with the action unfolding in a manner most fitting. Woody Strode excels here as the title character with lots of social commentary on the Civil Rights movement of the time this film was made. I got chills when the soldiers sing about Captain Buffalo during one scene.
Bruce B (mx) wrote: A good ole Black and White Police Drama, this one is about a Detective who is been warned about roughing up his suspects, while questioning one the fight and he kills him, so he tries his best to cover it up, which only leads to others being wrongfully blamed. The story then unfolds as he tries to make all the wrongs fall into place. A movie ahead f its time. 4 stars.
Kristopher R (au) wrote: A perfect movie for a fan of both these guys! If you like movies like; Mall rats or clerks 1 & 2, then you'll love this movie. Surprisingly it also carries a great cast with some surprising cameos.