You Got Served
At Mr. Rad's Warehouse, the best hip-hop crews in Los Angeles compete for money and respect. But when a suburban crew crashes the party, stealing their dancers - and their moves - two warring friends have to pull together to represent the street. Starring hip-hop sensations Marques Houston, Omari Grandberry, Lil' Kim and comedian Steve Harvey.
- Category:Music, Musical, Drama
- Stars:Omarion Grandberry, Marques Houston, Jennifer Freeman, J-Boog, Lil' Fizz, Raz B, Marty Dew, Jerome Jones, Tanee McCall-Short, Malcolm David Kelley, Meagan Good, Steve Harvey, Christopher Jones, Robert Hoffman, Michael Taliferro,
- Director:Chris Stokes,
- Writer:Chris Stokes
David and Elgin helm a talented street-dancing crew in hope of winning their city's dance contest, in order to achieve their dream of opening a recording studio. As David and Elgin labor to perfect their moves for the competition, tensions within the crew threaten their chances at success. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
You Got Served torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: Slickly put together with a strong debut from Rashi Khanna.
(us) wrote: One of the most honest, thought provoking film about the epidemic of the effects of porn on relationships and sex life, I think its a overlooked classic and also shows off Gordon levitt as an upcomming superstar....
(de) wrote: disappointing... but Gwen is totally cute!!!
(us) wrote: I would really like to see this movie because it has to do with surfing.
(ag) wrote: Mixes styles with reasonable success and Pena gives a believable nuanced performance but some of her flights of fancy are a little contrived.
(ca) wrote: i,m kissng games only wers to me i,m danecs serand me i,m so happy totday!
(nl) wrote: I laughed in one scene and thats about it. The acting was rather poor but at least it didnt last to long. A very disapointing movie.
(jp) wrote: Jackie Brown is Tarantino's third feature; the only one not originally written by him, and it's his least 'Tarantino' film. But that's not necessarily a discredit, because what it lacks in Tarantino's signature hyper-stylization and dialogue, it makes up for in heart and maturity. First off, the film features another show-stealing performance from Sam Jackson. Every line of dialogue is amazing, and he completely becomes this character Ordell who's kind of a washed-up low-life criminal - a big departure from the super cool Jules in Pulp Fiction. But Jackson sells the character so well. The rest of the cast is amazing; Robert De Niro gives one of my favourite performances from him as this quiet-thinking, hardened criminal who's also washed-up and socially awkward after just being released from prison. He's unsure of himself and desperately wants to prove he still has it, and this resonates very effectively through De Niro's subtle, quiet performance. Like Jackson, this is also an unconventional role to see him in (especially after Goodfellas and Casino), and seeing two incredible actors play against-type so damn well really makes me love this film.Bridget Fonda and Michael Keaton are also great, but the heart of this film is the relationship between Pam Grier's Jackie Brown and Robert Forster's Max Cherry - a convicted flight attendant and a bail bondsman. A very odd match, but these actors convey their connection so well. It's such a tender and beautiful, yet understated relationship, and amongst all the backstabbing and double crossing of the convoluted plot, you really weren't sure if Jackie was playing Cherry as well. So when it's revealed that he was where her true loyalty lied, I found it a really sweet and beautiful payoff to an already exciting crime tale.While Jackie Brown doesn't rank among my favourite Tarantino films, it's still entertaining and rewarding. An intricate and intelligent story led by a stellar ensemble, and the more grounded character work allows Tarantino to show that he can play against type too, selling a meticulously-paced story and a sweet, engaging human drama as opposed to his louder, more cinematic forte.
(fr) wrote: Ed harris' character is awesome!
(mx) wrote: Uh, despite the aforementioned comments on Blake Edwards' memorable "Days of Wine and Roses," "Coming Up Roses" is a rare Welsh-language film set in Thatcherite UK that depicts mushroom cultivation in a small defunct theatre. An enjoyable enough light comedy, but the setup isn't explored enough in its critical and satirical possibilities. A missed opportunity.
(ca) wrote: Franchement survalu. Les personnages sont des caricatures, et on se demande si les zooms ne camouflent pas une incomprhension, une peur du vide de la part du cinaste. Il y a mieux, c'est vident.
(it) wrote: Slick erotic remake.
(de) wrote: Grade - BBeing a Sergio Leone film, it's obviously well-made and also benefits from some good performances and scenes that, taken individually, are great. However, the movie's plot can be highly convoluted, which did stop me from fully enjoying it at times. Slightly disappointing considering its reputation, but still worth a watch.
(br) wrote: Co-writers Michael Showalter and David Wain's low-budget flop that somehow gained cult status years later (probably based on the ensemble of soon to be famous comedians) was a let-down after seeing the prequel mini-series and behind the scenes doc first. The cast is, of course, much younger and thinner. The special effects are cheesy and the jokes are simply not that funny. This 1981 set camp comedy made in 2001 simply does not live up to the nostalgic gross-out comedies of decades past. It is so out-there and bizarre that none of it rings true as a coming-of-age, rites-of-passage type summer party far from parents.