Three young men try to escape the reality of their everyday lives and succeed in ways they had least expected.
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RS K (ca) wrote: Was decent not great. What i expected.
Tim M (fr) wrote: "Fruitvale Station" will go down as the movie that turned Michael B. Jordan into a star. The true story humanizes Jordan's character (Oscar Grant). It's a heartfelt feel on what life is in the inner city for minorities of color. The story-telling is as good as Jordan's performance. It's the debut for writer-director Ryan Coogler and it's Wellsian type first feature. This movie is effective portrait of the negative of Grant and the positive. The movie is intense and will sap you of your energy. Watch it with somebody you love and hug them afterwards.
Steve M (br) wrote: Fellow Metallica fans will not be disappointed, even if the so-called storyline makes no sense whatsoever.
Kristin R (es) wrote: A much darker take on the classic Snow White premise, and probably one of my favourites, despite Kristen Stewart trying her best to make me hate it. The girl cannot act, and that fact that I put up with this entire movie was for the performance of Charlize Theron, who never disappoints on the big screen. The special effects and locations also make this a film well worth watching.
Abid S (jp) wrote: Quite a good stalker movie. Loved Luis Tosar's Cesar character and his edge of the seat stalking skills. Quite taut on the suspense, the movie is a must watch if you are a fan of Jaume Balaguer or his [Rec] movies.
Nathan L (nl) wrote: Takashi Miike's loose adaptation of the PS2 game "Yakuza" is definitely an odd duck. I've never played the obscure game it's based on, much less owned a PS2 (PC fanatic at the time). After seeing the movie, though, I highly doubt anything in the game is as intriguing as some scenes in this bad mothertrucker. First of all, it defies most formula conventions and delivers a uniquely Miike experience. That usually goes without saying but it applies doubly here. Reminiscent of City of Lost Souls before it and Crows Zero after it, Like A Dragon has as many laughs as it does bullets. Hollywood rarely succeeds in making action movies with the right amount of humor, unless Shane Black is a part of the proceedings. Luckily, Miike is firmly on the other side of the galaxy when it comes to Hollywood. Combining bombastic action with a violent sense of humor, the film almost seems to want you to hate it, but for me it was hard not to like what ends up being one of the most twisted action comedies in recent memory. If your sense of humor swings toward the conventional, you probably won't laugh at all. If you're like me, though...well... The characters are all a hoot and a half. A gangster fresh out of jail, his bat-wielding and bugnuts crazy arch-nemesis, a lost little girl, two Bonnie and Clyde posers, a pair of idiot bank-robbers, a mysterious Korean hitman, a bunch of sweaty cops, a sadomasochistic video store owner who also happens to be an arms dealer and plenty of other characters inhabit one hot night in a fictional district of Tokyo with two missing women and ten billion yen at stake. Too many characters? Not with Miike at the helm. He just introduces them, sets them in motion and sits back with you to watch them collide. Again, if you're expecting a deathly serious action fest, you had better look elsewhere. Relying on vicious physical gags and some truly inspired comic timing, Miike mixes in dynamic camerawork with colorful imagery to continuously rebel against traditional action conventions. This is definitely not one of Miike's most profound works, but it is certainly one of his most undeniably fun. The best thing about Miike is he can go from a freaking stage play (Demon Pond) to a videogame adaptation and have a dozen crazy films inbetween. The man has a serious shot at making Roger Corman's output look like Terence Malick's in comparison. lMC
Pete S (nl) wrote: Poor attempt. Not worthy of watching.
Rodney E (it) wrote: DeNiro is good in this but this is kind of a by the numbers Hollywood take on laughing at the absurdity of Hollywood. Why not just show the reality of a bunch of dumb executives that dont know anything about movies? While Bobby D, Sean Penn. and Bruce Willis is good in this..the rest of the cast isn't. John Turturro tries but was unfunny in this
Craig T (ru) wrote: As bleak and unpleasant a film as I've ever seen. Avoid.
Justin A (ag) wrote: I love this fucking movie! the darkness, the humor, and the intensity. I love it. I highly recommend.
Shane H (nl) wrote: From the get go you are totally lost, i was kinda holding on to the fact the Hartnett was playing the jerk, selfiish playboy so I kept watching. To much going on in the movie with all his other problems but none of them are ever resolved, every bit of this movie was left open-ended. I kinda felt like I was reading a cliff's notes version of the flick. The characters were all choppy and had the depth of a puddle. I wanna call Austin Chick and ask him if he can refund 90 minutes of me and my girlfriends life, well only about 20 of hers she fell asleep.
Zac S (nl) wrote: I liked this...it was kind of funny, but not that good of a movie. It's really weird.
Maxime L (fr) wrote: Excellent film qui traite d'un sujet assez complexe. Isabelle Blais est reellement renversante dans son rle. Des personnages aux personnalites derangeantes, un scenario frappant, une vision quasi d'horreur, bref un film brasse bien des choses. Un film qubecois voir.
Jack G (nl) wrote: You have nothing to lose but your sombreros!
Derek H (nl) wrote: This film was, well, very quirky. Colin Hanks is becoming a good fit for his fathers' shoes in regard to his good acting abilities. Rachel Blanchard (TV's Clueless fame), also adds to the mystery and allure of the movie.
Anna L (br) wrote: Yep, they definitely don't make 'em like they used to.
James B (nl) wrote: i loved the 80's, so this film cracked me up! the kids in this movie are just plain lame, but that is what makes you love them so much. seriously, who doesn't like the 80's, nerdy, underdog story?
Xavier P (au) wrote: Not entirely sure what direction this movie is taking, but there are some interesting events in the picture. Basically it's random people whose lives are inter-related.