Tony Rome

Tony Rome

Tony Rome, a tough Miami PI living on a houseboat, is hired by a local millionaire to find jewelry stolen from his daughter, and in the process has several encounters with local hoods as well as the Miami Beach PD.

Tony Rome, a tough Miami PI living on a houseboat, is hired by a local millionaire to find jewelry stolen from his daughter, and in the process has several encounters with local hoods as well as the Miami Beach PD. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Brad B (gb) wrote: Look past the "out of the norm" acting and you will find a good movie with a great meaning. The world would be a better place if only all Hollywood movies inspired people to stand for what they believe.

Lanre O (kr) wrote: "Slumdog Millionaire" meets "Moneyball" in a creative Disney portrayal of a classic rags-to-riches story. Like prior works such as "Remember the Titans" and "The Rookie," this film makes you sympathize with the underdogs and root for them all the way from beginning to end.

Aleksi M (ag) wrote: Afghan Star is a film posing as a documentary about a show called "Afghan Star" which is currently running in Afghanistan. But what the film really is about is the state of the country itself. The TV-show is just a way to really get to the more interesting and controvercial subjects. There's a lot of talk in this film about how the so-called pop culture is forbidden in Afghanistan. In fact, commercial music was forbidden until the fall of the Taleban rule in 2001. However music and entertainment is still a very touchy issue because there are a lot of Taleban supporters still around and the interpretations people make out of the Qur'an differ radiaclly. Many people even think that dancing is forbidden by Allah because they believe it's His command. I'm not really in a position to talk about these things but what I can talk about is the film I just saw. Afghan Star follows the lives of the 9 final contestants on a talent show called "Afghan Star". It's kind of like American Idol or X-Factor but with Arabic music. We follow the people through the controvercies and even death threats to find that the true freedom in their lives comes from music. As they say, it is not the politicians or the constant discussions that give these people the feeling of freedom, it is the ability to form your thoughts into a song which you can sing to the people. As it is said, The Afghan Star is the closest that the Afghan people have ever gotten to democracy. The film also deals with entertainment in general in Afghanistan. A lot of people talk about how they have to hide the fact that they own computers or televisions from the Taleban fanatics who would probably kill them if they found out about it. The way it deals with these is people is what makes this film so powerful. These are real and normal people who can't speak out in a country which opresses their rights as human beings. This is their way of speaking out. The whole film is well crafted and tasteful. It doesn't bring blame on anyone, it just deals with the facts. Most imporantly, this film is very interesting. There isn't a boring moment because you so rarely hear about these kinds of things. This is also a great learning experience as not everyone seems to understand that the people in the Middle-East are just the same as everyone else in the world. They worry about the same things and fight for the same rights. This film was a delight! If you're at all interested in any of the things I've mentioned you should watch this film. It's not perfect but it's short and sweet and it deals with important issues. And even though you might hate the music it's still so much fun to listen to the contestants.

Jason S (nl) wrote: Another coming of age film, only it's about a Napolean Dynamite looking nerd who's obssessed with an ex porn star who can't get her life together. Seen it all before, but the performances are what this film is all about.

Guillermo D (ag) wrote: a truly depressing great documentary...

Marisa R (it) wrote: Especially written for Latin Americans aware of the narco reality in the area. A funny and satiric twist to 'El Cartel de los Sapos' and all the recent narco entertaining productions, Saving Private Perez is a funny and fictional idea of what happens when Latin narco men go to Iraq to save a fellow Latino who joined the American armed forces. If you don't speak Spanish nor understand the situation, it will feel silly and stupid though.

Walter M (mx) wrote: [font=Century Gothic]In "Remember Me, My Love", the Ristuccia family is in a state of crisis. The marriage between Carlo(Fabrizio Bentivoglio) and Giulia(Laura Morante) is a loveless one. Carlo, who has an office job he despises, has a chance meeting with an old flame, Alessia(Monica Bellucci), which reawakens old feelings and thoughts concerning a novel he once started writing. Meanwhile, Giulia, a teacher, gets another shot at her passion - acting in the theater. Their daughter, Valentina(Nicoletta Romanoff), auditions as a dancer for a popular television show. Their son, Paolo(Silvio Muccino), has just been dumped by his girlfriend, Ilaria(Giulia Michelini), and seeks to win her back while finding a purpose to his life.[/font][font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic]"Remember Me, My Love" is a fast-paced drama about a family that is coming apart at the seams in a collective mid-life crisis. The film moves too fast for its own good with frequent camera movements and rapid editing, smartly commenting on the fast-paced world we live in but regretfully not staying in any one place long enough to really get to know any of the characters. Still, the ending does make up for some of the movie's faults.[/font]

John B (es) wrote: Cute little film. I was glad to see it after mainly seeing "epics" coming out of China.

Serdar C (mx) wrote: "You are deeply aware of your own sense of melodrama. You lack faith in yourself but expect faith in others. You project your insecurities onto everyone around you. You reject happiness as being shallow and superficial. You embrace post-modernism to avoid having an original thought. You criticize yourself because it pl...aces you above criticism. You desire what you hate and you hate what you desire. And you always have to kill what you love the most." Gotta get my hands on the book this is made from. Must be pretty fucked up.

Golia K (ag) wrote: Absorbing, yes, but difficult as wel

Paul B (ca) wrote: A remarkably low-key surreal comedy about love, loss & appreciating just what you have. Some genuinely funny scenes are piqued through many heartfelt & melancholic ones in this particularly unique gem from Nick Whitfield.

Samantha B (au) wrote: Can you talk about good movie? OMG I loved this movie. It was a bit hard to follow at first but omg talk about awesome movie plus Julian Sands was in it which was good enought for me

Greg W (mx) wrote: good com-dram from a director that knows the genre jonathan demme

Bori H (it) wrote: Cole Porter's music is unbeatable! And the "transformation" of Cyd Charisse - beautiful! Very good choreos all through, though. And Fred...well, he'll always be remembered anyway. :-)

Gregory W (ca) wrote: amazing serious pic from Grant the cast-top notch

Ben L (mx) wrote: Please forgive me, but history was never my strong suit. It seems if I was more of a student of history I might have known what to expect in Becket. Instead, I viewed it as a wholly concocted script and kind of judged it based on how effective that script was for me (not taking into account any of the actual events from history books.) Becket is probably one of the most forgettable films I've watched in a long time. The one thing that will stick with me are the performances of Richard Burton and Peter O'Toole. They certainly make it a film worth watching. Sadly, I didn't feel the story rivaled the acting. It seems that the plot is set up to tell us about 2 close friends and how politics & religion can drive a wedge between them. However, it never really seemed that Becket had any true affection for His King. Instead, I felt like he was the typical servant who feigned loyalty but spent most of his time reluctantly cleaning up the master's messes. I figured this was an ideal setup for a truly powerful fight between the two when they were placed at odds with one another, but instead it was a sudden devotion to God that drove Becket, and his actions became soft almost like he actually cared about Henry. That's not to say that this isn't an interesting or effective way to tell the story, just not the story I was hoping to get. By the end I was losing interest in the characters and their quarrels, and since they spoiled the death of Becket at the beginning there was no real suspense to anything. Now, only days after watching the film, I struggle to remember most of the scenes. I do like both actors and they certainly committed to these roles, but I just wanted a more engaging story with characters that would grab me, and I don't feel like I got that here.

Gareth D (nl) wrote: Having now watched, or tried to watch, Betelguese I have come to the conclusion Tim Burton is best suited to an artform other than film making. What a flabby, shoddy hash-up. The climax is poorly placed. Act II plot point at the very most. Blimey, what rubbish. I don't like a single one of his films. Even Batman is overrated. A visionary and an animator's director, yes, but not a film maker for me. Strudles.

Cecily B (br) wrote: Gave it a chance but it was to painful do I had to turn it off. I've read that it gets better but I just couldn't get though it. A nagging boyfriend stating how "painfully Canadian" it was didn't help matters much though

WS W (ag) wrote: Long, loose, & very boring.

Arash B (gb) wrote: I just couldn't care less about these characters