Urban Roots

Urban Roots

Documentary on the urban farming phenomenon in Detroit.

URBAN ROOTS is a documentary that tells the story of the spontaneous emergence of urban farming in the city of Detroit. Detroit, once an industrial powerhouse of a lost American era, is a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Sarah P (jp) wrote: I adore this movie. It was hilarious and honest. Donna (Slate) was an amazing character that is still trying to work things out in life. She goes through some common issues such as a break up, difficulties with her mom, and waking up after a drunk one night stand. The entire time between the doctors visit and the abortion she was not torn between to have it or not, it was whether she should tell Sam (Cross) who is the father. She constantly pushes him away until she finally confesses in her comedy act making a heart felt declaration. Even the whole encounter with her mom, which turned out to be understanding and loving, didn't question the abortion. A strong feminist film that reflects the realities of the time and the necessary options women need to fight to keep.

Camille L (ca) wrote: Columbus Circle est un tout petit film ralis par George Gallo et crit par Kevin Pollak, un thriller bourr de twists, surtout dans la dernire demi-heure, avec des acteurs contre-emploi (Giovanni Ribisi y est sain d'esprit, Jason Lee diabolique et Samm Levine responsable) et un sens du rythme particulirement bon. Selma Blair est parfaite en riche hritire agoraphobe et possde une belle alchimie avec la trop rare Amy Smart. Columbus Circle n'a aucune prtention, aucune relle autre ambition que de divertir son spectateur et il le fait bien.

Bloodmarsh K (ca) wrote: 'Boy Wonder' doesn't hide behind a 'comedy' tag, nor does it need to use goofy/homemade costumes, but it is a victim of bad casting, because watching Zulay Henao was like watching Demi Moore chase Mr. Brooks all over again. It also suffers from a weak ending.

Daniel S (us) wrote: It says dark comedy on the cover, but I didn't laugh at all. It's just an excuse to see a bunch of fake blood and gore.

Mike T (gb) wrote: She is hot, he's cooool!

Noah C (jp) wrote: A great story of 2 people in love through christ.

Schell P (de) wrote: I was drawn in by "The Program" being directed by Stephen Frears. It felt like a lifetime movie. No insight, kept waiting for something to happen...waste of $6.99 on demand.Documentaries out there are far more insightful, entertaining, etc..

Ron K (nl) wrote: A surprising good move, considering the title. I saw it before I had ever heard of Andrew Dice Clay. Every time he is on the screen the film is great. Whenever he is not on the screen the film is good. I predicted he would be huge. I was half right.

Jihan B (ag) wrote: one of the best foreign films ive ever seen (my ethnicity aside), and its not afraid to be dark in order to tell its tale

Carol M (es) wrote: Saw this one again this weekend, I enjoyed this movie. Liked the contrasting story line of the two best friends going in different directions in life and there ups and downs but still able to remain best friends The ending was of course a tear jerker....good soundtrack too!

Peter W (kr) wrote: Is God in show business to? The gun is good the penis is bad!

Jon P (ag) wrote: Martin Scorsese's crimson-lit tale of penance and petulance is a stylistic triumph characterised by unforgettable collisions.Mean Streets is a study of ambition versus tradition, which is echoed no-end through its themes, characters and endless visual experimentation, all of which clash with the film's roots as an old-school mob flick.The film grabs us by the balls and doesn't let go. It drags us through barroom brawls and dingy backstreets with a forward-thinking fervour that still rings fresh today; the old and the new locking horns in every frame.Then there's Robert De Niro's turn as loathsome lowlife Johnny Boy - one of very few all-time great character performances that can be described as so good, you want to punch it in the face yourself.Over time, Martin Scorsese has reinvented the gangster movie. The seeds of an entire genre overhaul are all planted firmly in Mean Streets.

John B (kr) wrote: This Soviet era film was hidden for a decade but finally was seen in the late seventies. Quite frankly, I have no idea what is going on half the time but the images are captivating.

Armando P (nl) wrote: Best Bond movie post Brosnan.

Bobby D (ca) wrote: Predictable but a funny ensemble Vegas flick.

Steven S (mx) wrote: Always hilarious and nostalgic. Jim's dad has to take the "funniest" prize - especially when the credits roll