Cast: Ewan McGregor, Ewen Bremner, Jonny Lee Miller
The movie, based on a popular novel by Irvine Welsh, is about a crowd of heroin addicts who run together in Edinburgh, England. The story is narrated by Renton (Ewan McGregor) who introduce us to his friends Spud (Ewen Bremner), Sick Boy (Jonny Lee Miller) who’s never seen a movie of Sean Connery sober, Tommy (Kevin McKidd), who returns to drugs too many times , and Begbie (Robert Carlyle), who brags about not using drugs but is a psychotic and throws bottles of beers at the patrons. There a nice little bunch that you would mind your daughter be dating.
Those guys are trying to score drugs get high, bed girls, drinks, swear, gets drunks, they are not settled in any way and home is no where. It is a bingeing fiesta at its best.Former alcoholics and drug abusers often report that they don’t miss the substances nearly as much as the conditions under which they were used. How funny is that. But a promising drug deal comes along and may the disturbing imaging begin. When one of them test the drugs the word wonderful comes out of his mouth. Drugs makes you feel good but you are going to crash big time and you are going to fell like shit. They film feels like what it is to be a junkie and it is dark as hell at times. Violence in their life is there. The thing about drugs (I never done them) as one told me makes you feel to want more. What is this baby doing in this film? Yeah! Whatever!!!!
Cast: Keanu Reeves, Riccardo Scamarcio, Ian McShane
John Wick: Chapter 2 comes two years after the first one that resurrected Keanu Reeves career and embrace the role perfectly well. So this sequel thank god is as good if not better than the first one. It has beautifully constructed action scenes, not an easy thing to do.
We start off where we left off here comes John Wick reclaim his car that was stolen from him. It took a little doing. Now he is comfortable at home and finally retired. Only to be drawn back into the criminal underworld when he’s forced to repay a debt owed to Italian mobster Santino D’Antonio (Riccardo Scamarcio). The story takes us to Rome where Wicks is going to carry out the hit but will put himself in danger in the process. The scenes are streaming into this gorgeous cinematography. Chad Stahelski a clear pro who’s been influenced by Asian cinema and it shows. There madness and well choreograph shooting scene after an other . Also I would say the same with the fist fighting and knife fight. There are too much dialogue but the action speaks for itself. until the next one comes out.
Cast: Szabolcs Thuróczy, Zoltán Fenyvesi, Ádám Fekete
Tiszta szívvel in english means Pure heart. But the english title is Kills on Wheels
Ruspaszov, a former firefighter, has been in a wheelchair for three years following an accident at work. Cynicism and alcohol help him less and less to endure his condition. Zolika, just 20 years old and a comic book enthusiast, has always been in his wheelchair. Their improbable encounter will give them a taste for life. Especially when Rupaszov, after getting out of jail is putting himself at the service of the head of the local mafia, decides to use their handicap as cover …
Here is a brilliant funny film done a la Quentin Tarantino do I have your attention now and yes it is a Hungarian film. A film about handicapped on a wheel chair in the heart of the mafia why not? It has not been done before and could her funny at times.Rados, and become drug traffickers. A simple story, but which conceals under its plot much more complex theories.
Rupaszov is an ex-fireman who despite his accident turns to alcohol because it is the only thing to do so I thinks. He is like into a deep sleep where no one is able to help him. Zolika, on the other hand, is disabled by birth ( Zoltán Fenyvesi) dreaming of becoming a recognized cartoonist. But to whom inspiration is lacking, because too many examinations and medical treatments that he has under go. Those two are going to meet and in a funny way is going to need one an other in order live life to the fullest. This tale tells the story of freedom beyond disability. There as they get to know each other they will be in tune with each other giving them some kind of balance. It is funny at times. Here is the third film by Till but it is the first time that is distributed in France. This one kick ass.
The first time they meet, he sees here baton-twirling, she on the other hand thinks he looks like James Dean. As he goes to his job as a garbage man he sees her for the first time. He is so impressed with this 15 years old girl who talks like a woman. within a few weeks they will be hunted by the police because he left a dozen dead bodies on his path.
Here is a great film that became a cult film. Terence Malick’s bad land was inspired by the characters Charles Starkweather and Caril Ann Fugate. They went on a wild ride in 1958 that ended with eleven people shot dead.He killed because the kids at school kidded him about his bowlegs. Starkweather got the electric chair on June 25, 1959.However Fugate got jail for life. Considered to be a model prisoner, Fugate was paroled in 1976 after serving 17 years. She claimed she was kidnapped and forced to go along with Starkweather. Yeah! the jury believed it . They are not stupid. At the trial it was like she said, he said. The man here was a little deranged that is for sure but now days kids are killing kids over an argument you see it in the news everyday. Back then ii was a shocker. Martin Sheen good choice for the casting get underneath the skin of their killer. Like other serial killer he gets no pleasure from killing he sees it as necessary.Starkweather was offended by his death sentence. Well he thought He did do too much traveling nor seeing a sport game etc….Well dude don’t shoot anybody and you could have done all those things. He even explains his killings. The film here capture the raw essence of the two characters of which Sissy Spacek shines here big time. It is the second time that I see this film I saw it today on the big screen so cool. Malick’s work inspired Bruce the Boss Springsteen those songs: darkness on the edge of town album (1978) and Nebraska.
Here is a little jewel from the B-Series film noir that came out in 1948. It was lost and suddenly remastered and sold on DVD. Terrific film here where actually the actor knew how to act even in a B-Series film and became a cult classic.
Leslie Brooks is well cast as Claire, who happily goes about marrying rich men so that she can kill them, get their money, and move on to her next victim. Simple story right but back then this kind of film was not done until now. They should call her Black window but the title here stick she is cold as ice. She will stop at nothing to get what she want. Killing is her thing but the man has to be rich. Leslie brooks delivers this intense role for her character and yes ice is running down her veins. One thing is for sure do not be blindsided by her love or you will pay for it. It is a terrific film noir here that should be watch as one said to me when it is misty, cloudy outside while drinking whiskey.
Corniche Kennedy. In the blue of the Mediterranean, at the foot of the luxurious villas, the delinquents of Marseilles defy the laws of gravity at the Kennedy’s ledge. Marco, Mehdi, Franck, Melissa, Hamza, Mamaa, Julie: girls and boys plunge, dives , take risks to find a stronger will to live. Suzanne sees what is happening with her eyes from her villa. Their bodies are falling as they free-fall . She wants to be with them . She’s going to be.
As I was going to see this film coming right at me was Gustave Kervern the actor who said to himself shit I just got recognised, just the look on his face said it all. I just left it along and went to see my film.
This girl sees those kids taking dives and having fun it looks like they are free, they do what they want when they want. Suzanne wants to be them. So she goes. As the film goes on you will see as she beginning to know them that they are fragile some of them has no parents and the course of their lives is unknown even to them, no project in sight. The only thing that they have is to dive in the ocean and to push each other to dive higher although it is illegal. Marco however is the one who has this job driver for the mob to either drive them where they need to be or to deliver drugs. Suzanne is trying to get accepted from the group and to find love. Plus the cops are following them because they know that Marcus works for the mob.
Against the backdrop of a teenage chronicle, Dominique Cabrera pays a sincere tribute to young people who, despite being banished from society, choose to conquer their lives rather than suffer. Here there was one actress that was a professional the others were amateur actors that the director choose off the street. A nice little film here.
Cast: Kevin Spacey, Gabriel Byrne, Chazz Palminteri
The usual suspects are five men: Dean Keaton (Gabriel Byrne), an ex-cop-turned-crook ; Michael McManus (Stephen Baldwin), a psycho man; Todd Hockney (Kevin Pollak), a hardware specialist; Fred Fenster (Benicio Del Toro), McManus’ partner; and Verbal Klint (Kevin Spacey), a crippled con man. As the movie opens, these five are being in a lineup. A truckload of stolen guns has been hijacked and the cops, led by U.S. Customs Special Agent Dave Kujan (Chazz Palminteri), will to get their man. But no one cracks, and as the criminals sit together in jail waiting to be charged or released, they hatch a plan for an elaborate emerald heist.
Yes it is cult film Thursday and here is the one that I love and seen on the big screen Twice now and once on cable and I still love this film. Christopher McQuarrie’s inspiration for the character of Keyser Soze was a real-life murderer by the name of John List, who murdered his family and then disappeared for 17 years. The story is told in two different time frames. In the present, looking back on events, Klint sits across a desk from Kujan, unfolding the tale as he remembers it. Did it really happen? Nothing seems to be as they appear. Director Bryan Singer, who debuted in 1993 has crafted this story as a film Neo-Noir Thriller. The film borrows heavily from dozens of sources — Hitchcock, Scorsese, the Coen brothers, and just about every master of the genre, past or present nothing wrong with that. Singer’s greatest strength is to collect moments from other sources and using them in his own mold like does Quentin Tarantino. The serpentine plot provides the perfect playground in which a series of deliciously devious characters can have fun.The Usual Suspectsconstantly raises the suspense. Slowly the audience is drawn into the story. And yes they will be deceptions, going back to present and future. Singer will keep you guessing and distracted somewhere else , he is like a magician. The Usual Suspects doesn’t take any prisoners.The cast is enigmatic.Kevin Spacey , throws in the best performance of the film, is completely convincing. The cast is perfect. The Usual Suspects is an accomplished film Neo-noir. Ranked #10 on the American Film Institute’s list of the 10 greatest films in the genre “Mystery” in June 2008. Shot on a budget of $6 million over a period of 35 days. See it now.