The film centers around a group of young men whom reside in an area of Oslo that is predominantly inhabited by immigrants. Best friends David and Morten work as gym instructors at Jarle's gym. Jarle is a sadistic small-time criminal whom, together with his son Lars, purchase and distribute anabolic steroids. Lars has ties with a notorious criminal Pakistani gang led by Khuram. The climax of the film takes place after Lars, Morten and David are arrested for possession of illegal drugs. David chooses to "snitch" on his friends in order to visit his dying father. The story escalates when Lars uses his influence on the Pakistani gang to retaliate. Lars also informs Khuram about Morten's alleged sexual intercourse with Khuram's sister, viewed as dishonourable by the Sharia law. The plot leaves the two best friends in a series of events that force them to run for their lives.
Uno is a story from inner-city Oslo about David, a twentyfive-year-old with few prospects for the future. His days are spent hanging around with petty criminals at an inner-city gym. Still,... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Javier G (gb) wrote: Ive seen stop motion movies by my 7 year old brother better than this piece of crap
Cyrus E (gb) wrote: with some amazing action and great acting. 300 Rise of an Empire left me thinking that there could have been more done with the story to make it as good as its predecessor.
Emma C (fr) wrote: Did not enjoy this movie at all. Strange storyline with not much substance and depressing feel to it. Would not recommend.
Zach H (mx) wrote: I enjoyed this documentary despite having not seen a stitch of Ellison's work, evidence enough of how compelling a figure he is.
Steve Y (jp) wrote: Recommended by Wayne & Karen Johnson
Wil C (ru) wrote: Nothing more than a fun anime-style romp through Tokyo; the characters are just as compelling as they were in the TV show, and the plot, while not exactly deep, is fun nonetheless.
Dan I (es) wrote: Another film that altered the way I view films. Really the first "indie" film I saw that resonated with me outside of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. Both of those films struck a balance between how I now view melancholy independent films and made me appreciate both the happy ending and the heartbreaking-but-more-likely-real endings of movies like Eternal Sunshine or Lost In Translation.
Ed C (br) wrote: Knock Off jeans. Who would of thought of that? Fun to watch.
Stephen G (gb) wrote: Terrifying, real proper acting. You may have seen it all before, but never this raw.
Katie S (mx) wrote: One of my sisters faves. I finally sat down and watched and thought, 'this is a pretty good movie' but of course because it was old and lacked a few things, it's not the most favorite but I do consider it a good movie.
JH K (jp) wrote: El primer acercamiento de Ridley Scott al cine historico no salio tan bien como cabria esperar; aun asi se ha ido de cruzadas, a roma, al bosque de Sherwood... parece que este tipo de relatos son lo que realmente le motiva, pero mas que por contar la historia, por montarla. Veo bastante preocupacion en los aspectos tecnicos, el aspecto de la epoca, caracterizacion, musica y demas cinematografia, la cual no podemos ponerle tachas, lo borda.El problema es el de siempre, deja el guion en manos ajenas y se limita a plasmarlo en el escenario, sin intentar crear nada en concreto, personajes poco memorables que quedan en manos del actor darles brillo, y no, DePardieu no lo consigue, no es Russel Crowe.
Sam C (br) wrote: This is really a pretty bad movie. With two of the all-time greats in Connery and Hoffman, it should have been brilliant, but Broderick proves once again that he should have done Ferris Bueller and quit. Wow, really a wast of time.
Mo B (br) wrote: Rating: 67%Though it's not as funny as its premise suggests, Mr. Mom still has terrific performances from Keaton and Garr going for it.
Momin K (gb) wrote: u need a Salman Khan to make a story less movie work