Hannah Lee Baker is a bright teen girl trapped in the dark Southern underworld of violence and guns, meth labs and vicious biker gangs, and whose only refuge is chess. She lives with Amber, her older sister; and her uncle Donny, an addict. All live in fear of Uncle Frank Stinson, who runs the illegal family business with an iron fist, aided by his psychotic younger brother Bobby. Things change for the worse when Amber falls in love with Wild Bill, a meth trafficker who finds himself at war with Frank. Hannah realizes the only way to save her family is by cleverly scheming to pit one pawn against another in a cunning chess game. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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STCENTERPRISE (us) wrote: The Artist 2011 it is a new film made like a silent film. only sound it has is the old style silent movie kind of music. it has John Goodman and Malcom McDowel from Star Trek Generations and James Cromwell as Zephraen Cokren from Star Trek First Contact all of which are in the movie. The film starts off with a movie premier for A Russian Affair with George Valentin in a large theatre made for an opera or play but shows a movie inside with an orchestra. It is set in 1927 prior to sound being incorporated into movie pictures. Starts with an actor who enjoys the crowds fame. Not everything said is given subtitles but is given to the audience to infer what is being said. This is set in Hollywood and shows old Hollywood. The names Miller, Peppy Miller. There is Dancing scene behind the curtain back prop where we don't see the girl just the legs and feet. They make a film called "A German Affair" and there are conversations where he has his mouth covered and no subtitles are provided. There is one dancing sequence where they do multiple takes and each time they do it slightly different. Peppy Miller becomes a big star. We go to a 1929 and see a swashbuckler film in production. John Goodman shows a sound added to a film for a screen test with a bunch of executives and says it is the future. Then we have a scene just made up of sound effects no music and no voices laughing. He screens a lot but his voice does not come out. Then the actor wakes up. Then we see the actor come to the studio where none but one is there with a newspaper and shows the actor who showed up the news article that reads "Kinograph Studio Stops All Silent Productions To Work Exclusively On Talkies."Find a room filled with executives talking. John Goodmen says they want new faces not old faces for these talkies. The public is never wrong. The actor George says He is the one the public comes to see. And they never needed to hear me. George responds to John Goodman "Make your talking movies. I'll make a great movie. And it's not like I need you for that!"Looks back at a picture of Peppy Miller. And says fresh meat. Makes Tears of Love. Comes out same day as Peppy Millers movieGeorge Valentin says he is "not a puppet he is an artist!" Talkies are not serious. He is competing against talkies. When an actor becomes the director behind the film. Peppy Miller the girl you will love to love. The wife says she is unhappy to George. His responds so are millions of us because his film did not turn out as a success. They split the screen at a dinner sceen with George on the left on the shady side of the screen and Peppy on the new brighter right side of the screen to show the new vs the old as Peppy Miller is being interviewed about why people like her after her first sound picture. The old don't cary the spot light by their looks but now they can hear me. Out with the old and in with the new that is life. I've made way for you George responds to Peppy. The Stock Market crash happens. George has made a bust unless his film is a success. Peppy makes George's show. Then we see a long line for Peppy Millers film Beauty Spot with a much larger crowd. Then Dorris Georges wife leaves a letter on the pack of line of George's photos where Dorris drew on his teeth black saying she has left him pack his things. And by the way go see Peppy Miller's film Beauty Spot since that is who he is in love with any how. Peppy Miller and boyfriend come to say how much they liked his film but George takes it the wrong way after reading his letter. We hear Peppy Miller sing. 1931George is in a much smaller home and a lot of empty alcohol bottles. He goes to pawn shops to sell his belongings. It has been one year since he has paid Clifton. Then he fires him. Clifton is James Cromwell. He can't pay him so he fires him and says he can have his car. Clifton says he does not want another job he enjoys working for George. George Valentin sells his belongings at an action including his huge portrait. 1932We see George his concscience and other figures from one of his earlier pictures show up. Guardian Angel with Peppy Miller. His shadow even walks out on him. George is displeased with himself and destroys his films sets it on fire in his own home. His small dog runs out. Barks at a police officer like a Lassie film. Police officer rescues George Valentin. Once Peppy Miller hears about George Valentin she rushes to see him in the hospital. George had rescued the film they both once worked together on back in the 1920's. Peppy tries to get George Valentine to work and John Goodman says be is a silent film actor and a nobody. James Cromwell works as a driver for Peppy Miller now. And James Cromwell warns George of his pride and says Peppy Miller is a good person. We find that all the belongings George sold were purchased by Peppy Miller and kept in a dark room all under sheets to protect them from dust. George returns with his dog to where he started the fire. Peppy Miller takes the car to find George. And drives like a crazy lady all over the road almost running into cars and disobeying the laws of the road. George has gun to commit siueiside wiside as dog barks at him. We hear a bang but it was not the gun but the car that made the bang as ran into tree. They do tap dancing as a big hit. We finally hear them speak at the end as they breath after dancing for a sound picture and John Goodman says it was perfect. And Action! Is the last line of the film. Second best Silent film to win Best picture. It is a really well done to make it look and sound great. I did not realise or recognise the first time when I saw this film that I caught was the significance the first dance sequence was where all we see is the feet and how important that scene would be towards the end of the film when the roles are switched. I also liked the shot where it begins with the George Valentin and then the reflection and we think that the film is shot starting with the reflection but it actually is him then turns upside down to the reflection. I thought that was a cool effect. I also thought it was interesting how this film utilises sound, music and silence during this film. I thought that the stair case scenes with all the people walking up and down reminded me of the Charlie Chaplin film Modern Times.
Brody M (br) wrote: Good movie from start to finish.I was hooked all the way through.1 day you can come up from nothing to have something then your back to nothing once again.
Donnie K (br) wrote: The fuck did I just watch...
Andr D (kr) wrote: Rob Schneider, alumno de "Saturday Night Live", protagoniza esta comedia acerca de un hombre que se convierte en gigol para poder pagar una gran deuda. Algunos chistes son ridculos y reiterativos, pero la pelcula logra seguir avante gracias al carisma de Schneider.
TonyPolito (mx) wrote: Steamy, sort of, but not really worth the investment of 90 minutes of your time. I suppose this was pretty edgy stuff back in 1984. But that just doesn't compensate for all the vapid plotline, lousy dialogue and bad acting. Anthony Perkins is cast in the role of a psychotic street preacher who's obsessing over working girl Kathleen Turner. Obsessing in a Hitchcockian sort of way, you see. Which is why Perkins was cast. Unfortunately, he delivers way, way over-the-top, and it comes off as oh-so campy.Turner, here just three years behind her steamy delivery in "Body Heat," delivers decently - but the lines are just too flat and trite for it to matter very much. Annie Potts does ok. The rest of the bunch hopefully sought out career tracks in the food and beverage industry.If there's anything really interesting here it's the camerawork, and more specifically, the lighting. There's a lot of scenes containing bold, vibrant colors mixing upon one another. Plus there's a lot of creative lighting and shadowing. One interesting example is the use of a wallpaper in Turner's hot-sheet motel room. It holds a pattern in velvet atop a base layer that is slightly metallic. The metallic layer is just reflective enough to glimmer as Turner stands beside it, and to add light to her from a side angle.Commentary by director Russell doesn't bring much to the party. The DVD is the un-cut Director's Cut. The theatrical release had to go through six rounds of snipping to get past the MPAA. RECOMMENDATION: Approved for film-schoolers, for the aforementioned camerawork. Others - even those looking for steamy R-rated late-night-cable fare - should just steer clear.NB: The Pam Anderson billed in this fim, who is on-screen for all of 1.5 seconds, is NOT "the" Pam Anderson. Down, boy.
Simon D (de) wrote: At over two and a half hours this is hard work, especially if you're not a fan of country music. What annoyed me more was that there were some interesting characters in this film but we didn't get to know any of them in any depth due to the fact that there were just too many to crowbar into the story, which, by the way, was a bit all over the shop.
Robert D (es) wrote: I loved the set designs and atmosphere, but Lee being the highlight, only gets little screen time. The main cast aren't engaging or interesting enough to carry the weight of this film.
Film F (it) wrote: Does it get any more complicated than this?
Jens L (nl) wrote: Nosferatu rate in space? That's the best proof that the days of this enterprise crew had been numbered already...
Kai T (ag) wrote: Good movie and good voices. I like the plot and the characters
Alex K (mx) wrote: If your a passionate ukrainian, this is the film to see.
Gany T (gb) wrote: Great film I flipped when spiderman came