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Under New Management
Sparks and bullets fly when a Wall Street yuppie must steer a Brooklyn mob crew legit before a beautiful FBI agent can build RICO indictments against them.
- Stars:Sandra Paduch, Danielle Lilley, Mia Yi, Angela Brunda, Jennifer Barnett, Chris Diamantopoulos, Kelly Overton, Richard Portnow, Christian Stolte, Tony Ray Rossi, Fred Dennis, Johnny Williams, Joe Tabb, George Loros, Isiah Whitlock Jr., Wass Stevens, Chuck Zito, Melanie Minichino, Ed Setrakian, Blanchard Ryan,
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Peter W (de) wrote: It has some unexpected over the top comedy bits but it delivers on the stunt/fight scenes.
Tey Z (mx) wrote: One day, this coming of age film will be one of the greatest achievements in Asian cinema, if it hasn't already.
Sophan P (mx) wrote: Though the recent The Big Short gives this film a run for its money, Margin Call is still the best fictionalized account of the 2008 market crash. Firstly, Kevin Spacey's always at his best working as the unheralded anchor of fine ensemble cast. He did so as the relative newcomer amongst established heavyweights like Pacino and Lemmon in the early 90's crackling Glengarry Glenross. In this film, it's Spacey, along with Jeremy Irons as an awesome firebrand of a greedy CEO and Stanley Tucci as a worn-down risk manager, that are the veteran heavies leading a pack of young, fresh-faced wolves. Margin Call portrays the '08 financial crises as what it truly was - corporate figures part of a pecking order that push systematic greed to its nadir. There are no buffoonish, indulgent frat boy sharks in suite ala Scorcese's wrongheaded Wolf of Wall Street. These are real people, making ill-fated decisions that wreak havoc on the world's banking system. The acting is solid throughout the lineup. Irons plays his role as the firm's dictator with menace and verve. Kevin Spacey manages to be a sympathetic figure despite robbing other firms blind. The perenially-underused Paul Bettany really shines as Spacey's loyal lieutenant. I've been a fan of JC Chandor's light touch. There's very little flash in his work but his movies always deliver serious gut punches. Suffice it to say, I'm eager to see future additions to his already formidable body of work.
Michael R (ru) wrote: A sad and at times brutal look at life in the inner city as affected by crack cocaine. The movie intermingles several stories into a coherent whole.
Uwe S (fr) wrote: sehr guter film aus austria...respekt...kurzweilig ...nur der slang mag manchen stren , mich aber nicht.
Ryan N (mx) wrote: It's a romantic comedy that is actually quite charming. I remember watching this with my mother when it released to DVD and I was as entertained then as I am now. I'm sick of the people saying it's generic. For God's sakes alive it's a romantic comedy. The plot will always be the same girl meets boy, problem with the romance, then it resolves itself. You can't review it and hate it because it doesn't redefine romantic comedies! They're all left that way because that's how the people who like RC's like them.
Teshia M (ag) wrote: Why teach the kids about sex if you're not going to include protection and consequences?
Clay B (nl) wrote: 2001: A SPACE TRAVESTY (2001)
Harold V (de) wrote: The Director of DRAGON:THE BRUCE LEE STORY and THE FAST AND THE FURIOUS.Very Nice!
Jordan L (br) wrote: I remember this movie when I was little. Its still cool despite what others may think. Very creative idea for a movie.
John M (mx) wrote: Showcases Murphy ' s undeniable, but overused talent for the one-liner. This film is funny in places, but it's also altogether too predictable, both in terms of plot and what Murphy will do with it. John Landis, too, isn't up to his usual standard. He seems to be rather more interested in the scenes as straightforward sections of story, rather than lending them any directorial panache.
Paul K (de) wrote: 52. Act Of God Sun Oct 25, 2009 Starz #7 2:15pm B- 80 This doc was okay. I guess I wanted more stories of people being struck by lightening or at least more compelling stories. I was disappointed with this because I think the subject matter is fascinating. It failed to pull me in.
Walter M (nl) wrote: Gervaise(Maria Schell) has two children, a bad leg, but no husband, living with Lantier(Armand Mestral), the father of her children. That changes when he leaves her which she finds out when her children show up at her workplace, a laundry, where some of her co-workers display less than sympathy. Defending her family's honor, Gervaise wins a ten round fight with Virginie(Suzy Delair) by TKO. Two years later, she is now married to Coupeau(Francois Perier), a roofer, and they have a daughter together. Even with that, Gervaise dreams of opening a shop of her own... "Gervaise" is a powerful and skillfully filmed movie, set amongst the working class of Paris in the 1860's(The Crimean War was in the past while Emperor Napoleon III is still in power) that attacks hypocrisy(notice the scene in the Louvre) concerning the role of women in society, advising them to to be patient in finding a husband, if they want one. This is a society where only the strong survive, and a single mistake could mean ruin, where Gervaise tries to take a different route by using her brains, even as she has been a mother since she was a teenager.
Will L (gb) wrote: While most war movies come across as pretentious and bloated, Stanley Kubrick's Vietnam epic perfectly profiles both the horrors of war and the psychological toll taken on those involved. It's focused less on the action and more on the inherent darkness and human drama.
Samir I (es) wrote: Not bad for what it is
Spencer S (mx) wrote: This is surely the easiest film to make fun of, in the Vin Diesel canon. It was the first starring vehicle for the "Fast and the Furious" alum, and there's a reason why there's only been one sequel. The dialogue is disgustingly corny, the action is ridiculous, it's super dated by its' technology choices onscreen, and its' villains are ludicrously weird and out of place. The entire film is trying to be a super-fast paced adrenaline ride, utilizing strange costuming, European metal bands in the background of every scene, and gross choices in lighting. Vin Diesel is rheumy eyed throughout, coming off as a dork that has been given the chance to live out their fantasy in an action film. There's absolutely nothing that sets this apart from other action films, except all its references to its time period. It talks about online episodes, anarchists in a politically crazed country, and its look, which is always trying to steal from bigger, better films. Watch the version with RiffTrax, otherwise you won't enjoy any part of this dull, weird mishmash.