A life of nine year old... It ain't an easy life! Yeo-min is a matured and thoughtful 9 year old boy who lives in a small mountain village. Even at his young age, he has too many things to take care of. First, he has to protect his friends from the neighborhood bully Black Bird and keep peace in his neighborhood. Second, he must share his lunch with his best friend Ki-jong who lives alone with his sister. And, third, he has to sell ice cream bars after school to save enough money to buy a pair of sunglasses for his mother who injured her eye while working at a factory.
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Steven C (de) wrote: A final masterwork from one of the great filmmakers of all time.
Marjorie T (ca) wrote: Very good film about a 50 year old widow who works at a sex club to help pay for her sick grandson's operation. A romance also develops between the widow and the owner.
Muffin M (gb) wrote: I own this on DVD and Blu-Ray.
Lyle B (ag) wrote: This movie was way underrated. Suffered as part of the anti Kevin Coster campaign by the critics. A good Sci-fi without all the unnecessary CGI that goes into movies these days.
Lucio C (kr) wrote: Worse than the previous yet more entretaining
Alex A (jp) wrote: Boyz n the Hood's depiction of the dog-eat-dog nature of inner city ghettos is pretty much spot on. Not to mention, Ice Cube who was famous primarily for being in NWA, gives an impressively believable performance, showing that he can be a great musician and a fine actor as well. Almost everyone performs good to great here though.One sequence in particular that is truly hard hitting, is the death of Ricky. The composition of this sequence is nothing short of impressive, with how the sound fades out, aside from the children playing in the background, reflecting the audiences realization of the sudden truth: Ricky has met his demise. There's also the performances in this part, they're strong throughout the film, but here in particular it's as if they weren't acting; their conviction of shock, grief and sadness at Ricky's death comes across as nothing short of genuine and natural. Oh yeah, the somber soundtrack adds another layer to this scene. Not to mention the last thing Doughboy did with Ricky before this scene was beat him up. All these combined should develop at least a lump in your throat.It's easy to see why Boyz N the Hood is as influential as it is, and why it spawned a plethora of blaxploitation hood dramas in the 90's onward post its release. John Singleton, like Quentin Tarantino with Reservoir Dogs, did an impressive job and showed much promising cinematic skill with this debut.
Mitchell K (it) wrote: Many reviewers already said they watched this movie a lot when they were kids...and so did I. I guess it really appealed to us without being dumb.
Gregory W (ca) wrote: not bad but not Pryor's best
Kevin L (us) wrote: Sandy Bates, director de cine especializado en comedias, asiste a una revisin de su obra en un hotel de la costa. Mientras a su alrededor todo el mundo quiere conocerlo y colmarlo de halagos, Bates se refugia en su interior para repasar los instantes ms significativos de su vida sentimental y encontrar un sentido a su vida dentro de un mundo que cada vez le resulta ms extrao e inhspito.
Knox M (kr) wrote: Whilst it might feel more like a stage play than a motion picture, Dial M For Murder is purely entertaining from start to finish.
Andruw F (br) wrote: Has outstanding performances from everyone, great characters both new and old, writing that delivers great action, a really compelling story, and some great laughs, and directing that makes for some great scenes and is tense when it needs to be. My only con is that it feels a bit long after the side of the building scene, and can also get a little slow and boring after that as well. I think that's partially because of the writing, the directing, and that it's the best scene.
Huw G (it) wrote: Not uninteresting, but a slightly aloof mix of art and slapstick.