Up Against Them All

Up Against Them All

A story about the lies, treachery and vengeance of a middle-class family living on the outskirts of São Paulo. Four characters try desperately to change their lives, but are unable to escape their destiny.

"Contra Todos" is a story about the lies, treachery and vengeance of a middle-class family living on the outskirts of São Paulo. Four characters try desperately to change their lives, but are unable to escape their destiny. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Ana G (kr) wrote: amy adams is really great! have you seen junebug?? she's always fun to watch, so i can't wait to see this!

Leena L (ag) wrote: The lesson of this film? Never talk to strangers on a train and nothing is what it seems to be. Plus it is cold in Siberia. But that one we already knew, right?

Donna D (nl) wrote: The Rundown is great, hilarious very entertaining. The Rock is at his best as always. It starts off wild in the club with him fighting all those huge ball players!!

DArcy L (kr) wrote: Zola's seminal work on the plight of the French miner's at the turn of the century. You cannot view this film without gaining a deeper understanding of the union movement in its infancy.

Husani W (br) wrote: these kids dont take any crap from nobody

Spookie M (gb) wrote: Wow this is high on the list of worst movies ever! Worth it for Keith Moon's cameo as well as Timothy Dalton singing Love Will Keep Us Together and Dom DeLouise singing Honey Pie! Weird weird weird!

Martin T (fr) wrote: Very serious for Suzuki. I wonder if it was in any way a response to Kobayshi's Human Condition trilogy, they seemed to share a lot of the same elements.

Danny R (de) wrote: Don Siegel's gritty, atmospheric prison drama based of the famous true-life escape. Clint Eastwood delivers one of his finest performances as master bank robbery Frank Morris, a cunning new inmate at The Rock who discovers a way to break out of the inescapable prison. Working with the Anglins brothers John & Clarence, well-played by Frank Ward and Jack Thibeau and Charley Butts, nicely played by Larry Hankin, Morris devises an intricate escape plan involving digging through the corroded concrete of the individual cells, fashioning dummy heads out of papier-mache and creating life rafts out of rubber rain coats. But looming over their carefully crafted plans is the sadistic, cold-hearted warden, played brilliantly by the late Patrick McGoohan, and a hulking murderous gay inmate named Wolf, played memorably by Bruce M. Fisher, who intends to kill Morris. Expertly filmed on the actual Alcatraz island prison. Astute direction by Siegel, with striking cinematography by the late great Bruce Surtees. There are exceptional supporting performances by the late Roberts Blossom, Paul Benjamin, and Frank Ronzio. A solid, captivating motion picture. Highly Recommended.