There's Only One Jimmy Grimble
Jimmy Grimble is a shy Manchester school boy. At school he is constantly being bullied by the other kids, and at home he has to face his mother's new boyfriend. However, through football, and some special boots, he manages to gain the confidence to succeed and leads his school football team towards the final of the local schools cup.
- Stars:Lewis McKenzie, Jane Lapotaire, Gina McKee, Ben Miller, Wayne Galtrey, Ciaran Griffiths, Bobby Power, Robert Carlyle, Samia Ghadie, Antony Marsh, Sean Delaney, Charles Denton, Azmier Ahmed, John McArdle, Ann Aris,
- Country:UK, France
- Director:John Hay,
- Writer:Rik Carmichael, John Hay, Simon Mayle (screenplay), Simon Mayle (story)
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(ag) wrote: Skvatt en gang. Det var det. Heller drlig.
(jp) wrote: pretty good movie... i like the ending!!!
(gb) wrote: a must have for fans of the game, and much easier to digest than any of the live action films, Degeneration is one of the best video game adaptations made because it doesnt get tied up in explaining itself.
(au) wrote: Fun movie. It was funny how they show the Italian stereotypes being desired by many people.
(au) wrote: Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon is one of the best mockumentaries I've seen. It's very realistic, natural and satirical. Leslie Vernon has a big dream: To become a movie serial killer in the hall of fame as the popular slasher villains, in order to achieve his dream, he invited a group of film students to document his every move, from preparation to unleashing his killing spree. Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon parodied the genre to a maximum state, I love every single reference in the film and all the characters. It is the finest horror film in this decade.
(br) wrote: Excellent movie, I love movies with animals, very heartwarming, how dogs of a sled team survive for months out in the Antarctic.
(mx) wrote: Hitman version femme... avec beaucoup beaucoup de femmes... :)
(ru) wrote: Ehh not great not terrible Aniston still hott heavy weights was better
(fr) wrote: A mind blowing film that delves into the depths of psychology and makes us realize how much mental trauma a person can undergo, even a person with a good humour and a cynical attitude. Brilliant acting by Richard Dreyfuss, I absolutely loved him. He made me cry with his speech in the court room. Brilliant.
(kr) wrote: In the 1946 adaptation with Garfield and Turner, Hollywood would prove rather too hung up on the sex and death - the more sensational, saleable aspects of Cain's potboiler - to give much consideration to its characters' relations outside the sack. Visconti, in contrast, gives it the full, 140-minute epic treatment, shifting between locations (roadside, town, riverside exile), and in doing so allowing these individuals, sculpted from pulp, to grow before your eyes... Without ever threatening to glamorise them, Visconti makes these miseries rich and resonant - which is why, for all the liberties his film takes with its source, and no matter that it comes no closer to resolving the issue of whom we're meant to be rooting for, this continues to stand as the most complete and enthralling treatment of this material.
(nl) wrote: Early backstage musical about a Broadway director (Warner Baxter) with failing health who is determined to put on one more big show. But when the leading lady (Bebe Daniels) breaks her ankle, it's up to a replacement (Ruby Keeler) from the chorus and the leading man (Dick Powell) to go on with the show. While I liked a few songs like "Young and Healthy" and the title tune, 42nd Street is basically a routine, heavily cliched backstage musical that has no real time to develop its underwritten characters or add something more to its stale plot.
(us) wrote: Another sequel with a different director not surprisingly results in diminished returns. The strongest aspect of Hellbound: Hellraiser II was the continuity of the characters and story with the first movie. Sadly, this movie discards Kirsty and her story, for the most part, and replaces her with a new protagonist. Despite the fresh set of characters, the movie starts of respectably. The new main character works well; she is a filed news reporter, who stubbles on the path of some unexplainable dark magic and inquisitively digs deeper. It is unclear what the result of the second movie was exactly, and it is not clear for some time here either. Dramatically it turns out the Pinhead has split into two separate forms. One is his past identity that rediscovered in second, and the other is the demonic evil in him. The evil half aims to free himself and rule over humanity. A little more explanation would be nice, but this is all respectable at this point. It is not until Pinhead comes to earth that things plummet. Suddenly, the dark tone and story with consequences from the first two and a half movies go out the window, and it turns into a Freddy Kruger-like joke. New poorly thought-out Sinabites emerge to change the pace; they are ridiculous and awful. Numerous over the top intentionally corny kill scenes kill the mood. It is almost as if the director changed at the three-quarter mark. The movie climax and finale are just bad and ruin a decent start. Fans of the first two will feel let down. The only people who might approve are fans of Freddy and Jason, which is really a disappointment, even for a third movie.
(ru) wrote: Standard psycho-thriller improved by a surprise ending.