To Kill a Man

To Kill a Man

How far will you go to protect your family? Jorge is a peaceful hard-working man who seeks a simple, quiet life for himself and his family. One day, he is mugged and humiliated by a gang of thugs led by Kalule, a delinquent from his neighborhood. This event infuriates his son as much for Jorge’s meek acceptance as for the act itself. The son, looking for retribution, ends up getting himself shot. Kalule is sent to jail and when he gets out 18 months later, begins a campaign of terror against Jorge and his family. The authorities do nothing, so Jorge decides to take matters into his own hands.

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Brad S (br) wrote: Dinosaur 13 really captivated me, providing an interesting and provocative look at this complex story. The film was more balanced than I expected it to be, but clearly falls on the side of the Fossil finders who discovered "Sue". In the end, I was not completely swayed by the arguments that their side is the right side. Instead I was left realizing what a complex issue "ownership" over these hundreds of millions of year old minerals is. I don't think there are easy answers to the questions posed in Dinosaur 13 and that's part of what made the story so good.

Jason K (fr) wrote: Basically a good premise with the overuse of the setup/punch gag though a few too many times for my taste but not bad overall.

Priyanka B (jp) wrote: a very good comedy movie

Lucas C (kr) wrote: bola de loquitos. buena musica.

Tsubaki S (it) wrote: It's safe to say a ton of the jokes get lost in translation, others will appeal only to wuxia fans. Not bad but Stephen has done way better stuff.

Chris D (jp) wrote: Maverick is a wild ride filled with twists and hilarity with a very likable cast playing all the cards on the table for the audience's enjoyment

Amanda V (jp) wrote: The best movie I've seen great image and great directing and the best leading lady and lad barbra streisand

Chris G (us) wrote: If only the script was worthy of the actor in the title role. The acting and directing are adequate, but the simple plot device that motivates Dracula's revenge is overall simply weak. Which hinders the film overall.

Brandon S (es) wrote: The greatest American character study ever shown on the silver screen. "Taxi Driver" cemented Scorsese in my mind as not only one of the best American filmmakers in the history of cinema, but also my personal favorite artist currently living.Robert De Niro brings to life a deep and fascinating character crafted in a breathtaking script by the great Paul Schrader.Travis Bickle is the most fascinating character I've seen in American filmmaking, because he deceived me like no one else had. He has a deep yearning and loneliness that I believe all viewers will understand, but it's the way he betrays the viewer's trust that sets him apart from the psyche of the average moviegoer. He has the chance to do something meaningful that he wasn't given the chance to truly do in Vietnam yet he chooses the path of violence and death.Martin Scorsese's direction is light and jazzy, similar to his masterpiece "Mean Streets", and different from the rigidity in structure found in films like "GoodFellas" and "The Departed". It's a film with dark and probing themes dealing with a man's search for intimacy and purpose, but is crafted with an airy sensitivity that is matched by the authenticity of De Niro's earth-shattering performance.Also, the musical contribution by the great Bernard Hermann can't at all be understated. His scoring in this film IS New York City. The difference is that this music doesn't carry the optimism we hear in other New York films. Hermann's music is the seedy, dicey, ugly underbelly of New York that Scorsese wants you to see.I could gush about this masterwork of cinematic ingenuity and invention all day, but sadly I must find a way to sum things up. In a word, "Taxi Driver" is magic. It's trickery and illusion; it meshes the real with the unreal; the spiritual with the physical. It touches on so many things from true love versus faux intimacy to justice versus violence. This is my favorite of all time, and, in my opinion, a perfectly directed film. If you haven't, stop what you're doing and watch this movie.

Peter Y (ca) wrote: Not bad.Reminds mo of so many other films which in itself isn't always a good thing but the slight quirk in the characters helps make this more enjoyable that it should've been.Not entirely convinced by the ease in which the two leads fall into their situation and somehow, it all seems a bit too brief. Perhaps the biggest flaw is that everything does happen so matter of factly and in such quick succession that it ends up feeling a little undeveloped.There are some moments that stand out as masterul touches, even though they are a touch cliched and as per usual, it's the comic edge that saves this sort of film.I couldn't help but want this to have ended differently, probably because of the familiarity of the plot and I did feel a little let down that it did end in such a typical fashion.Enjoyable but perhaps too slow and too "dull" for some. Will be very familiar to a lot of people.

Josh R (us) wrote: Sandler when he was truly a funny comic.Grade: B+