What's Up?

What's Up?

Portrait of troubled middle-class young men living in Rio de Janeiro. With no attention from their parents, they turn to urban violence, as a compensation. A group of friends decide to ...

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Nicole C (ca) wrote: Poignant and piercing. This film seeks to remember the atrocities of the Cambodian holocaust under the direction of a psychopathic "ruler" Pol Pot in the 1970s. Very rarely talked about and certainly never mentioned in my own education as a child, makes this film a real eye-opener. This film should be shown to every child in junior high and high school as part of a regular curriculum when discussing dictators such as Pol Pot, Hitler, etc.

Shane H (mx) wrote: I'd have given it 5 stars, but Tracy's character was lazily written, way too over-the-top cheesy with her snarky one liners, which were poorly acted. She drove me totally bonkers. I couldn't justify my precious 1/2 star towards garbage like that. Otherwise, a great movie! Many cringe worthy moments. A fresh concept. Well executed. Hope to see Ms. Essoe in more movies. :]

Blake J (fr) wrote: If I didn't like the cast and the idea, I'd have abandoned this movie almost from the start. Super camera shake the whole time (even in slow, sentimental scenes - and I say slower assuming they had a consistent handle on the pace of the film, which they didn't seem to).

Tom D (ca) wrote: This is not what really happened on 9/11 and to Flight 93 in particular. This movie is propaganda (the official story being presented as historical "truth"). Please do some research, and you will see that the official story doesn't hold water. The population is also being confused by constant name-calling and ridiculing of "conspiracy nuts" in the mainstream media (these "independent" media are totally controlled by the government, if you do some research).

Susan S (ca) wrote: Sadly, the greatest part of this movie was the "curtain scene" otherwise it lacks much.

Tracy F (au) wrote: A very campy, fun movie. Loved it. Pretty original plot.

John B (br) wrote: The third movie, why does it exist?

Simon D (jp) wrote: More fast paced than Bela Tarr's other films but still not exactly riveting. I didn't expect anything more. Tarr shares with us, once again, the misery of living in Hungary.

Thomas K (ru) wrote: Pathetic excuse for filmmaking but it did expose Jann Wenner for the big old girl that he was years before he actually "came out", which is amusing

Nikki M (mx) wrote: A funny sequeal and Burns does a greaT job as god and the devil

Cthulhu B (au) wrote: Once again, filled with inaccuracies but this doesn't even help to make it interesting. Stone face O'Toole barely changes tone throughout. Burt Lancaster's accent (welsh/irish hard to fathom) aside, watch for Bob Hoskins.

Alex M (ag) wrote: Though witty at parts, I found myself to be bored to often for me to really enjoy this.

Eliabeth B (jp) wrote: Meh. Not bad but I didn't feel any real emotion watching it.

Owen B (kr) wrote: Incredible fourth wall breaking.

Alec B (ca) wrote: The John Wayne/Angie Dickinson romance is entirely unbelievable, but just about everything else is a fine example of Hawks' singular talent for directing. Also, I was surprised Martin had the chops to pull off this complex of a performance.

Mark S (it) wrote: french horror films always involve someone taking a trip out in the country.this is another one. but deals with golems.kind of unoriginal but its french horror.. so its better than american horseshit