Three small-time criminals finally get the chance to climb the ladder - but manages to [email protected]#% it all up in royal manners.
- Stars:David Bierend, Brian Boland, Molly Ephraim, Katie Featherston, Seth Ginsberg, Emile Hirsch, Stephen Dorff, Kris Kristofferson, Dakota Fanning, Einar Kvarving Aarvig, Farrakh Abbas, Lars Markus Verpeide Bakke, Khuram Bashir, Leon Bashir, Kim Bodnia, Pia Borgli, Trygve Brataas, Geir Børresen, Ragnar Dyresen, Anderz Eide, Åsmund Høeg Eliassen, Anniken Farinetti, Linn Funner, Yasmine Garbi,
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Chris F (us) wrote: Indignation is an entertaining character study anchored by an excellent lead performance. Logan Lerman was exceptionally good in his role. This might be one of the best performances in his career. Sarah Gadon and Tracy Letts are also good in their roles. The film has an entertaining story that kept me interested throughout. The film focuses on character more than plot, which I enjoyed. I enjoyed Lerman's character. He was very compelling. The film does have some problems though.The film does run at a very slow pace. While for the most part that was fine, there were times where it was a little too slow. Also, the film has some themes that I don't feel mesh well. I won't go into details because that would involve spoilers. Overall, this is an enjoyable drama with a standout lead performance.
Ray W (au) wrote: not bad, but i like Cellular better!
Black P (nl) wrote: i like the film...and the right kind of comedy...it was bcos of thus film tht i realised tht i hav a talent too in cartoon dubbin..n i love it..."sahi kaha.maharaj...quack-quack"
Tanner B (nl) wrote: Battle Royale (2000) ???? C-114m. D: Kinji Fukasaku. Takeshi Kitano, Tatsuya Fujiwara, Aki Maeda, Tar Yamamoto, Chiaki Kuriyama. Stunning film about young teenagers who compete in a large battle to the death against their own will. Jarring and violent, to be sure, but mature, gripping, and beautifully crafted, for its humanity as well as its powerful action scenes. This was taken very seriously in Japan (and was understandably a big hit) but went unreleased in the U.S. for more than a decade because of real school shootings; it is now considered a classic. Many feel this was the inspiration for THE HUNGER GAMES. Director's cut runs 122 minutes.
John K (au) wrote: Shawn, Danny and Eva were brilliant. A fascinating insight into an interesting social 'experiment.'
Tara M (ru) wrote: Love Aaliyah and Jet Li!
Ashley K (fr) wrote: A little too much of a chick movie for me to rate this one higher. I didn't cry. I swear.
Matleena L (jp) wrote: Picasson elm ruotsalaisena dada-versiona. Tydellinen.
Niki G (gb) wrote: Bad accents and incredibly short pants -- Elvis is back in Hawaii. Campy fun.
Johnny D (mx) wrote: Amazing portral of platoon taking a hill stratigcaly
Ian F (es) wrote: I don't know exactly what to say about this, or what I think about it. I didn't like it at the time, it was a bit confussing but in hindsight, the retired geishas have good chemistry esp. Haruko Sugimura who just seems to get better with age!
Ben R (it) wrote: This fine film earns its stars based solely on Bernard Herrmann's score, and specifically the "Concerto Macabre" which finishes the film off. On its own merits it still has much to offer; the movie provides a stylish psychological horror flick with very inventive cinematography and a sympathetic protagonist/antagonist portrayed by the tragic Laird Cregar. The climax is an unforgettable marriage of visuals, virtuoso music, and a bittersweet exit for star, 31 year old Laird Cregar, who finally earned a top-billed role and suffered a fatal heart attack prior to seeing its release. Fans of early film noir and/or classical music definitely need to seek out this overlooked gem.
Bruce B (mx) wrote: This Film has President Ronald Reagan in it, a very talented guy. Its a little while before he appears. Its made during WWII so its not as dramatic as most movies of Combat during that Era. Still with President Reagan in it deserves 3 1/2 stars.
Andrew M (ca) wrote: Despite being as dramatic and emotionally powerful as the best of them, Million Dollar Baby is not your typical sports drama. There's plenty of elements of a Rocky style underdog story here, such as Maggie Fitzgerald coming from nothing to win everything against all odds, but the way writer Paul Haggis and director Clint Eastwood tell this story never makes it feel derivative in a genre full of familiar tropes. In fact, the film never truly has time to fall into standard sports drama territory: this is a very multi-faceted story that never focuses just on Fitzgerald's story, but interweaves multiple narratives and character progressions into one cohesive narrative. Fitzgerald, played by a charismatic Hilary Swank truly giving her all here, is, reluctantly, taken under the wing of Frankie Dunn, an uncooperative boxing trainer with a long history behind him. Dunn struggles with his own obstacles, largely rooted in struggles with religion alongside a growing paternal relationship with Fitzgerald, and Eastwood plays the character with a warm sense of heart behind his grizzled face. He has a friendly but occasionally strained relationship with a fellow employee at the boxing gym, Eddie "Scrap-Iron" Dupris. Morgan Freeman plays Scrap, and instills his familiar presence in a quiet that is both subtle and powerful. The film takes a strong right turn midway through the film, one that most sports dramas never find themselves delving into, and one that ultimately builds into a heart-breaking conclusion to the arcs of these three stories. What Eastwood has crafted is a stunning piece of film that stands as some of his finest work both in front of and behind the camera.
Leonard D (au) wrote: The outcast nerdy girl stereotype doesn't even come close to trying to appear to be unpopular! Because Rachael Leigh Cook looked too freakin hot for this role! It's too bad that this was a wasted opportunity for most of the cast in this romantic comedy! Freddie Prince Jr. was decent in this film, if only the story and script was more clever than what we ended up with here! A disappointing teen romantic comedy!