Victims of Sin
In México City, a Cuban dancer from "Cabaret Changó" rescues a baby from a garbage can and decides to raise him, but her pachuco pimp gets in her way.
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Maddy A (ca) wrote: funny smart fast paced....awesome performance by irfan!
Juha T (gb) wrote: 27.07.2014 Alusta ji vartti katsomatta
sherry c (ca) wrote: I didn't read the comic b4, just judge from the movie w/o compare it with the comic. I think this movie is pretty good, well organized and attractive storyline, big star like Toshiaki Karasawa and Takako Tokiwa definitely is another attractive point of this movie. Just think it's a bit too long~ Looking forward to Ch.2 and 3~!~
Armando P (kr) wrote: This is my personal favourite movie. I just love the 70's feel and the grindhouse context of it. It's his most exciting film since Pulp Fiction.
bill s (us) wrote: Minimalistic cinema or experimental cinema is always a tricky thing and here it's unwatchable.
Hlne G (ru) wrote: I 'm dying to see it.
Zaelani Z (it) wrote: hi, Harvarrdman, is the best filom, good luck
Ce G (us) wrote: He has to know how to FLY!!!!!!!!! Grande Benedetti!!!
Lee M (nl) wrote: Probably not the series by any stretch, but one gets the impression that enough of Rising Damp: The Movie approximates that marvelously funny show that those who love the original will no doubt enjoy this final go-around for the original cast, while newcomers might be spurred to seek out the original.
Ian R (br) wrote: Ok, so what is being said here is awesome... true Bruce Lee philosophy. The problem is that the movie is so goofy looking, the hero is so laughable, the fighting so amateurish that it all takes away from everything. Someone needs to make this properly. One can only dream of what it would have been if Bruce Lee had been able to make it.
Andrew B (kr) wrote: May feel a bit recycled, but to be fair this one is more of a genesis to the Bergman that would be. Needless to say it's still entertaining, with wonderful visuals and performances - well worth the watch.
Howard E (jp) wrote: With the sad passing of Robin Williams the other day, I thought I would look back at one of his many great films. I chose GOOD MORNING, VIETNAM because this film was his big breakthrough performance - the one that made him a superstar. For his efforts, he took home his second Golden Globe (R) award (Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical) and he received his first Oscar (R) nomination (Best Actor in a Leading Role). Robin was an incredible talent who will surely be missed by his millions of fans all over the world.GOOD MORNING, VIETNAM is very loosely based on the experiences of former radio DJ Adrian Cronauer during his stint in (South) Vietnam in 1965 and 1966. Cronauer was a radio announcer on Armed Forces Radio in Crete when he was sent to Saigon back when the Vietnam War was still referred to as a "police action". With his enthusiastic broadcasting style including his now iconic sign on address, his choice of playing James Brown and Martha Reeves & the Vandellas rather than the usual unimaginative fare of Perry Como and Mantovani, and his disdain for authority, he butted heads with his superiors on more than one occasion. But the American soldiers who were posted in Vietnam loved Cronauer and he quickly became the Voice of Saigon.The real Adrian Cronauer has said on many occasions that if he had acted in real life as he was portrayed in the film, he still would be serving time in military prison. Yes, GOOD MORNING, VIETNAM is not much more than a vehicle to showcase Williams' brand of rapid fire stand up humour, so ignore the back story and enjoy the show. His comparison of Mister Ed (a fictional talking horse from 1960s television) to then former US vice president (and future president) Richard Nixon is pure genius. Who else except Williams would have noticed that the two voices actually sound alike? (It's ironic that the real Cronauer is a big supporter of the Republican Party and probably voted for Nixon.) Throughout the course of the film, Williams also channels other voices from popular culture of the day including Elvis, Gomer Pyle, Elmer Fudd, Rod Serling, Lawrence Welk and Walter Cronkite. Even Ethel Merman makes an "appearance". For those of us who grew up watching with these people on TV, it's like a blast from the past.Of course, some of Williams' material would never make it onto any radio station back in the 60s let alone a government-run station. His character, Mr. Leo, a flowery fashion consultant for the army, thinks that the soldiers' camouflage uniforms are all wrong. As Mr. Leo says, "You know, you go in the jungle, make a statement. If you're going to fight, clash." Funny, most definitely, but that's because the film was made in 1987 when it was acceptable to make gay jokes like that. The same can be said about Williams' other character, Roosevelt E. Roosevelt, a soldier stationed in Vietnam who provides Cronauer with regular weather updates. ("Fool, it's hot! I told you again!") One can argue that Roosevelt is an updated parody of Jack Benny's servant, Rochester, but I doubt that people back in 1965 would have made the connection let alone appreciated it.Don't expect to garner any great insights about the American presence in Vietnam in the 60s from watching this film. This is no APOCALYPSE NOW or THE DEER HUNTER. The few scenes that show the Viet Cong bombing American hangouts in Saigon or the Americans bombing the Vietnamese countryside offer nothing more than a Reader's Digest version of the events that took place there. But this film is a pleasure to watch if only to see a master entertainer at work.Thanks, Robin, for giving us so much happiness. If there is a heaven, I hope you're there making G-d and the angels laugh.
Brandon R (es) wrote: Arnold was on top of the game when this was released. Probably his best movie and a five star action thriller at that.
Steven S (es) wrote: Good use of ninety minutes. Not overlong. Also not a complex plot. Some good amusing characters