When Boys Fly

When Boys Fly

Non-fiction account of three men as they find their place in the Circuit Party Scene.

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Sean C (kr) wrote: A kinda supernatural Saw that doesnt thrill or chill, and just kinda plods along, seriously the devil making people play Musical Chairs???? Im sure he's a bit more of a git than that!

Daniel L (mx) wrote: worst move ever i couldnt even finish watchin it. crap.

Niall H (de) wrote: The clever plot and muti-narrative is hampered by a cliched action-movie direction and cheesy dialogue.

Galvy F (us) wrote: When times are changing. When we need to change the style of how we play. When we naturally live with constant change to realize change is good. When we are all in need of change when we are all starting to look the same. When changing is hard on all of us, that we must accept. When we enjoy change when changing is part of partying. When change is part of it when growing up. When we need to change our attitude and behaviour. When we need to change the way we dobthings, look at things, change the way we think. When we naturally see a change is needed when we are falling behind, and we see potential that needs a lot of work. When we change is part of the game, that needs changing. When no matter where we are from we are all the same team and country. When some things don't change when we are boys. When change is needed now, that we show them discipline, hard work and grinding through the bone pain that gets them the message. When we need to push ourselves for change when others don't see it. When change comes easy, when we do whatever it takes to win. When change is needed when we recruit someone whom has the experience that others dont. When changing the teams coordination, movement, strength, plans, team work, cooperation, and strategy is needed. When changing the teams heart is required.

cli o (ru) wrote: no thanks not my kinda thing

E L (fr) wrote: Might as well have just shown us the director and producers peeing and defecating on a box of the game. Because that's pretty much what they did to this game classic. Oh, and it was incredibly boring.

Sharon K (kr) wrote: Saw this for free and still wanted my money back! One of the most excruciatingly awful movies I have ever seen.

Kris K (kr) wrote: This is a noteworthy piece of British cinema that is too often neglected, perhaps because Gilliat is more renowned for his work as a screenwriter, working beside directorial giants such as Htichcock. While Green for Danger obviously exploits the British public's still very real anxieties after WWII, it does so in a comedic fashion; the comedy, though, differs tremendously from how Gilliat's own comedic touches permeated such Hitchcock narratives like The Lady Vanishes or Lifeboat. In his own adaptation, Gilliat is less successful in fusing the suspenseful, whodunit genre with a social commentary on blitz-ridden Britain, with comedic touches that belie the seriousness not only of his characters' psychological reasonings, but also of his audience's suspension of disbelief. Still, this proves Gilliat's skill at narrative, although his directorial efforts are hardly up to par with the Master. A pretty great whodunit, in all events, that seems a bit dated for its blitz setting, and also a bit too overly nuanced with Alastair Sim's caricature of an aging and self-recriminating detective.

Philip G (us) wrote: Dream team of Rathbone/Bruce make up for the silly WWII propaganda plot. Lionel Atwill's Moriarty was a lot of fun, very much a Bond villain (Fleming's Casino Royale was published a decade later).

Robby R (fr) wrote: The stereotyping is dated, but the wit is not and Stanwyck is a "ball of fire".

Greg W (ag) wrote: u find urself waiting 4 this one to end

Adam R (it) wrote: You know what is coming, but that doesn't make it any less gripping. Billy Bob Thornton gives a remarkable performance as the sympathetic main character, Karl Childers. (First and only full viewing - 6/21/2011)