A school bus driver's child is kidnapped and murdered. He then devotes his life to tracking down and killing the perpetrators using a gun that he happened to find under a vending machine. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A school bus driver's child is kidnapped and murdered. He then devotes his life to tracking down and killing the perpetrators using a gun that he happened to find under a vending machine.
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Leslie W (au) wrote: Horrible couldn't finish it.
Roobinhodog S (de) wrote: fantastic story of football and the joy of life.
Manu G (de) wrote: A Return to the State of Nature.Good Film! "Goodbye World" is a glimpse of the quick dissolution into the state of nature that occurs in human relationships when society collapses. Common to all works of literature and film that deal with the subject of societal breakdown, established conflicts emerge. These include: the desire to hold onto familiar societal values; the relevance of property ownership without governing bodies; at what point does cooperation impede on the individual's ability to survive; and the possible irrelevance of social contracts (marriage)without government. The film subtly captures the characters not just as victims of impending doom but friends and lovers with established and complicated relationships. These established tensions within the relationships serve as a medium to convey the philosophical quandaries that are inherent in the age old political question: What is man in the state of nature? It should not be expected that the rich characters would set aside relational conflicts as the world ends. Such disaster only exacerbates the problems within their relationships. But the aggravation of old wounds and amplification of competing attitudes just makes the ending all the more sweet. Each character must say "Goodbye World" to their old prejudices and paradigms to walk brightly into the future without "the world as we know it." James and Lily live off the grid, raising their young daughter in a cocoon of comfort and sustainability. When a mysterious mass text ripples its way across the country, triggering a crippling, apocalyptic cyber attack, their home transitions from sheltered modern oasis to a fortress for the estranged old friends that show up at their door for protection and community. The unexpected reunion--abundant with revelry and remembrances, generously enhanced by organic wine and weed--is quickly undermined by the slights of the past, the spark of lingering flirtations and the threat of a locally grown new world order. Balancing tense confrontations with slivers of levity, director Denis Henry Hennelly pinpoints a future where ideology explodes into action in every area.
kip m (nl) wrote: the name of this movie made me sad
Matthew L (de) wrote: I'm always a little sceptic of films that are 'based upon true events' as I often wonder where fact and fiction begin and end. Greenfingers is a quintessentially British film filled with familiar faces, character actors and Danny Dyer. Filled with bucketfuls of charm and character, yes its full of cliches, some of them prison based others just standard cliches that are as old as cinema itself. The film is warm, comforting and perfect for Sunday afternoons.
Ian P (it) wrote: With a cast as amazing as this you would really expect more.
Jacob S (fr) wrote: When Beth goes to a sorority house for a fun weekend she has nightmares about a killer trying to kill her but when her dreams become a real it's up to her and the sorority sisters to fight for their lives.
Arianeta L (it) wrote: Almost 4 hours set in a theater wacthing the movie tried to make any sense of all those that happen in screen. At the end I realised that I lost my time and my good mood also.
Frit F (au) wrote: An absolute classic masterpiece.What starts out slow turns into a really engaging and important story with a symbolic message.The acting, especially by Brando, was outstanding.Elia Kazan directed this perfectly.The screenplay was great and all the characters were well handled. Overall this is a must see masterpiece. For a 1954 film, it's impeccable.
Justin L (fr) wrote: Important, controversial film that plays an integral part in the history of sex in cinema. This is certainly a milestone in terms of what could be shown on screen, although it seems incredibly tame by todays standards. It also features a stunning performance by Jeanne Moreau and one that probably made her career. It's gorgeously shot as well, but being a Louis Malle film, that's no surprise. The only down side here is that the story seems really cliche, however this was also 50 years ago so those 'cliches' must be forgiven. This is an expertly made film that is as important to American film history as much as it is to the French film industry it came out of.