Featuring an uncut and never-before-seen interview at the Clinton Correctional Facility, TUPAC SHAKUR UNCENSORED AND UNCUT-THE LOST PRISON TAPES presents a raw look into Tupac's world, as ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Tupac Uncensored and Uncut: The Lost Prison Tapes
Featuring an uncut and never-before-seen interview at the Clinton Correctional Facility, TUPAC SHAKUR UNCENSORED AND UNCUT-THE LOST PRISON TAPES presents a raw look into Tupac's world, as ...
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Matt K (br) wrote: It suffers from the classic "Pokemon Movie Campyness" but it brought back so many fond memories and it overall was a good movie.
Arslan K (fr) wrote: Was little too short and had some pacing issues but other then that it's a fantastic way to tell the story of the detective and the batman.
Lauren S (au) wrote: Some of the segments were better than others, but overall this film was not well produced or edited.
Richard L (es) wrote: Xavier Dolan's third film deviates from the dark humor of his previous works to focus on the drama of Laurence and Frdrique, a couple facing new challenges when Laurence at age 35 reveals to Fred that he can no longer live as a man. Suzanne Clment is remarkable as Fred, a woman trying to be true to herself while supporting Laurence through his first awkward steps to transition.Although occasionally drifting into melodrama, the movie explores the complexity of their relationship with a unique eye, one that merges the intimacy and vibrant primary colors of Dolan's earlier works with a more clinical, documenting eye that reminds of Stanley Kubrick. The movie also includes Dolan's typical cinematic lyricism, moments that are always beautiful and meant to convey a character's inner emotional world, but sometimes seem to interrupt the otherwise grounded narrative. I was also occasionally reminded that this early twentysomething director is telling a story set during the 90s, when he was just a small child; he is definitely maturing as a storyteller, but his middle-aged characters sometimes seem to behave more like early twentysomethings.Melvil Poupaud is a wonderful Laurence, a character transitioning despite the initially cold reaction of her family and the complex responses by Fred. I wanted to know more about her, though, with more glimpses of the struggle she must have had during the first 35 years of her life, as a man. This ends up feeling more like Fred's movie than Laurence's, because I think the movie explores Fred's perspective more diligently.One strong point of Dolan's films is the complexity of female characters. An especially engaging supporting character was Laurence's mom, played by Nathalie Baye. Her story arc and interactions with Laurence are emotionally raw but rewarding and eventually quite positive. Monia Chokri is also great as Fred's sister. Her own eventual acceptance of Laurence serves as a hopeful note late in the movie, a note that is also misleading, leading to a conclusion that is very painful. The movie is so hopeful, but where the movie ends is heartbreaking and powerful.
Sophie P (de) wrote: A very interesting look at one man's view of what the future could be. While some of his view doesn't quite mesh with me (I personally find the structures look a little too stark with their purely practical designs), I definitely think he is someone who needs to be listened to a lot more.
Steve W (fr) wrote: This movie is basically a re-hash of the first movie, same villains and heroes, just add Black Panther. The action gets repetitive, we get some new villain ships and develop Kleiser, but we don't even get to see a full fight scene, just the beginning and aftermath. It fails as a sequel because it doesn't develop the superheroes more and just adds more ships and action.
WK J (nl) wrote: The final days of Daryl Hannah's career.
Steve O (nl) wrote: The visions, style, and coloring are all very interesting. But the movie still moves a little slow at times, especially at the beginning.
MaryGrace23 K (au) wrote: Another crazy,like dah,it has an actress like Monique in it.
Robbie P (nl) wrote: This movie has been called "The Princess Bride" on acid, and that suits it. It's beautifully filmed, humorously written, well acted. Watch it!. But expect it to be bizarre. It's a real gem.
explodingboy1989 (ag) wrote: No budget z grade skin flick starring nobodies with Pam Anderson in it for, like 10 minutes. Granted, her scenes play to her only strengths as an actress (taking her top off, delivering badly scripted lines, well, badly). Snapdragon aspires to be a murder mystery thriller, but is just really boring and forgettable skin flick (without the skin).
(de) wrote: Do I need to say "bratpack"? This movie is one of my favorites from the 80's. It reminds me of my childhood, watching good movies in the afternoon. Some pretty good not pretentious movies like this. It was all about fun. Even if the story is not well told, even if the sex scenes are terrible and out of place in a story like this, it still pays of as good entertainment, if not taken seriously. Andrew and Rob do a nice pairing as good friends. It's wonderful to see John Cuzack always around those movies in the 80's. He is one of the few still standing!
Senor C (ca) wrote: Mostly made in 74 but not released until 80 (to cash in on the growing wrestling craze)Below the Belt benefits from having a couple of noticeable cast members in Dolph (Gimme A Break) Sweet & Shirley (The Honeymoon Killers) Stoler. In fact Dolph Sweet has such an excellent scene were he's drunk before a match & razors himself it rivals the power of The Wrestler. Unfortunately Below the Belt is a little short of scenes like this & is padded w/ music montages & footage of pro wrestling w/ the likes of Bruno Sammartino (which I like but doesn't match very well w/ the midget & womens wrestling that is served up for the remainder).
Brad S (nl) wrote: - Just watched it for the 2nd time, they cleaned up the print for and the blu-ray looks great. This is one of the all-time great films and is in my top 25 faves. Seek it out, it's a must for lovers of cinema!- Quite simply a Masterpiece!
Armour G (jp) wrote: This is very sad movie so if you don't like sad movies don't see this one. However you would be missing out on a great film: Bette Davis is perfect in the role and Charles Boyer is suitably debonair in his role as the father of the children Henriette cares for. I really recommend this.
Jussi H (au) wrote: In my opinion, better than Terminator.
Gena D (nl) wrote: This movie bothered me so much I fast forwarded to the last 20+ minutes to see how it ended. Garbage.