Three rookie sailors who have just completed basic training are out on their first weekend pass. As they hit one bar after another, they soon forget everything the Navy ever taught them. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Three rookie sailors who have just completed basic training are out on their first weekend pass. As they hit one bar after another, they soon forget everything the Navy ever taught them.
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Said C (us) wrote: solid movie i knew damn Miles Teller was going to be good when I first saw him.
Jeff G (au) wrote: I give it two thumbs up. Better than Cats. Also better than Dogs.
Montana P (ag) wrote: One of the worst book to film adaptations I have ever seen, or will see. The casting was way off, and at the end of the movie, they blurted out the plot twist that was a couple of books after in the series.
Walter M (us) wrote: In "Brick Lane," Nazneen(Tannishtha Chatterjee) has been living in London for the past sixteen years since the suicide of her mother and an arranged marriage at the age of seventeen that brought her from her native Bangladesh. Her husband(Satish Kaushik) is an aging, overweight university professor up for a promotion who talks a lot, never letting his wife get a word in, and with the exception of a late scene, says little. Even with two teenaged daughters, their marriage is loveless and he is incensed when she brings in clothes to sew for extra money. More soap opera than feminist or political, "Brick Lane" is a slight, yet sincere and well-meaning, movie about the nature of national identity. The movie takes place in the recent past at a key moment in history when Nazneen has been in London long enough when any sort of culture shock has faded but still remains homesick for her native land where her troubled younger sister still resides and is torn between identifying as either Muslim or Bangladeshi. Both daughters, born in London, feel differently of course. To highlight the cultural differences, the squalor of inner city London with its racists cannot compare to the lush fields of Bangladesh.
Joe A (ag) wrote: I miss 80's Hong Kong style movies and this one does it a great justice. It's a bit slow, but you get a good sense of what HK movies are suppose to be like. The plot is a little thin, but the characters themselves are so interesting that you forget that. This however won't please everyone. as much as liked it, it was also kinda bizarre.
Kostis G (gb) wrote: a deep thinking movie
D M (de) wrote: If you like Buck Rogers or Flash Gordon and dumb dumb humor (akin to that found in The Stupids) then this should be right up your alley. A quarreling couple is zapped up by a spaceman with their station-wagon. The spaceman wants the wife for himself and banishes the husband to the dungeon. Because the guards are all about as smart as those in Idiocracy he easily escapes to save his wife.
Yrana P (gb) wrote: I used to watch this movie as a child.
Piyush K (ag) wrote: This movie is a classic. Nafisa Ali is sooo pretty.
Denny T (es) wrote: I ENJOYED THE OVERALL STORY LINE & VIDEO REALISM OF THE FILM. BUT WHAT I HATE ABOUT THIS AND OTHER MOVIES IS THE BRITISH ACCENT THAT THE CHARTERERS HAVE. EVEN RON PERLMAN HAD A BRITISH ACCENT AND HE WAS BORN IN WASHINGTON HEIGHTS, NEW YORK! THIS KILLS THE FILM'S REALISM FOR ME-AT LEAST TRY TO SPEAK WITH A RUSSIAN CHARACTER'S ACCENT. NOT SURE WHY THE DIRECTOR JEAN-JACQUES ANNAUD (BORN IN FRANCE) DIDN'T INSIST ON A REALIST LANGUAGE ACCENT. PERHAPS I'M TOO PICKY ABOUT SUCH THINGS. BUT, THE UK ACTORS IN THE "WALKING DEAD" TV SERIES LOST THEIR ACCENTS TO PLAY THEIR PARTS, WHICH WORKED GREAT-SO, IT CAN BE DONE!
Adam R (mx) wrote: The concept of killer kids in a horror movie is a very interesting one; taking something inherently sweet and innocent and turning it into an evil monstrosity. Cooties runs with this premise and adds a wonderfully juvenile zombie element. The idea is brilliant and, with a great cast thrown in, should be ripe for great entertainment. Unfortunately, what we have instead is a muddled, confusing, and downright awkward mess. Mainly it comes down to the script. Leigh Whannell and Ian Brennan seemed so preoccupied with trying to be funny that they forgot to tell a cohesive story and develop their characters. While the cast does what they can with the material (special praise goes to Rainn Wilson who completely steals the show as the jerkass gym teacher with a heart), none of them ever truly feel fleshed out beyond zany movie characters due to their constant spouting of one-liners and inconsistent behaviors. One minute they're running in complete fear from zombie children and then the next they're acting like cartoons in the face of the exact same danger. The story's pacing itself also feels incredibly rushed at times due to the constant jokes. Again, there are some truly hilarious moments but they come and go so fast that you never really have enough time to absorb them. There's no room to breathe throughout any of this. And yet at the same time, Whannell and Brennan manage to draw the story out long past its welcome. After what seems to be the movie's definitive end, it goes on for another 10 minutes that ultimately adds nothing of substance except for a possible sequel bait.Cooties is a very frustrating mess. It has the potential to be something really great with its excellent premise and talented cast, but instead it squanders it with some very shoddy writing. If you're a fan of killer kid horror movies or the actors involved, you can certainly find some light entertainment here. But it's nothing that will leave any lasting impact on you.
Mariano F (ca) wrote: Me declaro culpable. Imposible que sea imparcial con esta pelicula. La historia de Chess records, Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Little Walter, Chuck Berry, Willie Dixon, Hubert Sumlin, Etta James... puff, para ver/escuchar bien fuerte.
Filipe C (jp) wrote: Pacino's best performance.
Morpheus O (de) wrote: I didn't see the whole thing so, I won't rate this movie with stars but, what I saw told me that this movie is one VERY poorly acted and one very poorly written waste of trash! Meryl Streep looked like Paris Hilton with a touch of class and intelligence but, her acting still sucked!