Wet Dreams 2

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Estelle R (es) wrote: Same team, same jokes, same atmosphere, same clichs. Still works a bit. A no-brainer for rainy days when you just need to disconnect your brain.

Jack B (us) wrote: Despite having no idea the difference between a wicket? and a bail? I was able to thoroughly enjoy the tale of the unforgettable Windies in the documentary, Fire in Babylon. The classic underdog sports story, Fire in Babylon is the depiction of a team of individuals that struck out against the monstrous forces of third world impoverishment and the swelling tide of discrimination, all with a smile on their faces. As a documentary, Fire in Babylon consists of a compilation of interviews, news clips and film from the era. The tone and mood of the documentary mirrors that of the players it seeks to portray, fun loving, easy going yet a hint of seriousness when necessary. It is the first to tell the tale of a team that revolutionized their sport, became a rallying force against social injustices and ultimately became an unbeatable force in a sport created by their former oppressors. I would certainly recommend it to all sports fans, whether you know what a Test match" is or not.

Paul D (es) wrote: Insightful and well told and shot strory of aboriginal life which gives a real snapshot of the culture.

Nathan C (kr) wrote: Amazing cast, hilarious jokes and Smash Mouth perform All Star at the end.... best movie ever

Connor P (jp) wrote: I'm a pretty big fan of Monkey Trouble; it's a pretty classic mid 90's kids movie. Hilarious that Harvey Keitel played an evil monkey thief a few months before his character of a lifetime, "the wolf". A fascinating movie with a good theme of morality.

Ben C (ca) wrote: This film certainly isn't without its flaws, with Now and Forever carrying a mixed bag; it has an overall good cast of actors, though the storyline certainly isn't completely comprehensible, despite the fact that it does try. In the end, while it isn't like 50 Shades of Grey (somehow making over a quarter of a billion dollars at the box office at the time of writing this post), where the novel can go several ways, Now and Forever should definitely be worth a watch, no matter how you feel, with the movie being quicker than most novel-based movies.

Stanley C (kr) wrote: It's no fun watching innocent Asian boys and girls getting bloodily painfully killed, but the movie's scenarios make unforgettable melodrama upon guilt, sympathy, suspicion, pragmatism and secret crush feelings (whenever those components are connected or not) proves that survival fiction works best upon emphasizing the most bitter human emotions (the worse the tragedy and violence, the better the film's quality), and it satirizes the metaphorical game of death, by making it literal on-screen, that students in school feel when they must compete with other students for survival in the future that 1 billion times outdoes whatever shitty garbage made by Suzanne Collins that ripped off this film that has earned better fame than Battle Royale in the United States. But who knows? Americans are fat, lazy and are always screaming they are #1 at everything, such as being #1 at making movies, and they prioritize themselves over Japan at movies, even if they just plagiarize Japanese movies but slap a new title on it and re-cast it with white people instead of Asian people (a term we all like to call whitewashing). Depicting better emotional and action creativity than most American cinema, this is officially my favorite Japanese movie and my favorite movie ever.

Chase K (fr) wrote: Beeautiful movie. Very under-rated.

Grant S (it) wrote: Ostensibly a sequel to In The Heat Of The Night, but nothing like it. In The Heat Of The Night was a great, groundbreaking, mirror-to-the-times movie. It showcased the racial prejudices and restrictions that still existed in the US, and showed, to a degree, how these could be overcome. While on the surface it was a crime-drama, it was a lot more than that. It was a social commentary, and a brilliant one.They Call Me Mister Tibbs is purely a crime-drama, and a fairly average one at that. The only thing this movie and In The Heat Of The Night have in common is the character Virgil Tibbs, played on both occasions by Sidney Poitier. There is no social commentary. It is just a common-or-garden whodunnit.Some of the crime drama is padded with domestic scenes from Tibbs' homelife, but these seem trite and lame.Really does not do any justice to In The Heat Of The Night.