After New York City firefighter Terry Lynch is unable to receive any compensation for an injury incurred during the off-duty rescue of a young girl, he grows suicidal. Furious, his brother Jimmy attempts to have Mayor Tyler intervene, but the corrupt politician instead denounces Terry as a drunk. Determined to get justice, Terry begins a graffiti campaign of embarrassing slogans mocking the mayor, which soon captivates the city.
- Stars:Timothy Hutton, Robert Urich, Kim Cattrall, Robert Culp, Darren McGavin, Steven Keats, Paul Sorvino, Peter Boyle, James Tolkan, Thomas Quinn, Norman Parker, Dick O'Neill, Maury Chaykin, Richard Zobel, David Wohl,
- Director:Bob Clark,
- Writer:James Gregory Kingston (story by), James Gregory Kingston (screenplay), Denis Hamill (screenplay), John Hamill (screenplay)
Jimmy Lynch is angry because his older brother, who was injured as a result of an off duty fire rescue, is denied benefits by the city. At the same time, Mayor Tyler is embroiled in a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(es) wrote: Being a member of the church that Rocky is a part of (internationally), I was worried upon seeing this film. If I did not like it, would I get ridiculed, and if I did like it, would others think I was just biased?Well, I can safetly say, now, that I loved it. To say it is just about a guy who likes to serve is only scratching the surface. I too have taught kids in church (never at this level of intensity), and I know how it feels when you feel responsible for the kids. The way a child looks up to you is one of the greatest feelings anyone can have, and you feel like you are their parent (or at least a good older brother). The main thing that Rocky has to go through that I don't (and I really doubt I could) is the death of a child. Even thinking of seeing one of my former kingdom kid students dying is hard to even type about. What the movie does not say is (I am more than likely sure) why Rocky wants to do it: He does it for God.The movie reminded me of another equally great movie, "Born into Brothels". That movie is one of my top ten favorite documentaries, and so is this. This is the best movie I have seen all year.
(ru) wrote: Authentic Army gear and vehicles don't make up for the nonexistent story.
(nl) wrote: The movie that never will be. This was horrid. Very horrid. Lol don't waste your time
(mx) wrote: Needed to trim down some of the plot line fat that weighed down this flick.
(ag) wrote: Great film. The first half is AMAZING! The second half is still good though. Worth watching for sure!
(de) wrote: This straight forward 80's comedy stars a young, yet talented Johnny Depp and a young Rob Morrow, who actually takes the main character due to Ben's involvement with a hotel waitress. We are indulged with relatively long scenes glazing from one 80's bikini chick to another. Nice and all but extensive, although it puts you very well in the shoes of Jack and Ben.They are here to score some! Unknowingly they get tangled up with this diamond thief. The scene where they are asumed to be the hairdressers starts off a series of slapstick events, fun to watch. When more characters get involved, like the the security guy and the real hairdresser, some chicks and the funny italian stud. he, the interaction with him is a blast! So they end up in their room where it all comes together, all the little events seem to have a rerun all together with chasing, a weird cousin and a drunk girl involved. What a vacation this must have been!
(ag) wrote: Rob Reiner delivers another nostalgia fest of a film, a movie that seemingly has no qualms with sickingly saccharine moments of youthful innocence.Does Flipped compare to other similar Reiner films, like Stand By Me? No.But what Flipped does, it does well. The acting is genuine, and manages to capture a semblance of the timeless facets of youth that seem unburdened by time. Although the film can err on playing out like something out of a 50's TV series, Reiner manages to blend the cutesy kitsch with touching moments that keep this film from turning into a sugary mess.One could argue the film is slow and uneventful, and to a certain extant I agree. Despite this, Flipped manages to intrigue and make you feel all fuzzy inside. 3.5/5.
(br) wrote: Just a trite and false film that is poorly executed. It's all the more disappointing to me as they assembled a killer cast, all of whom I quite like, and just wasted them. So disappointing. The movie feels false for every second and has one of the worst voiceovers ever, by yet another actor I like. Skip it!