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Skin is a movie starring Jamie Bell, Danielle Macdonald, and Daniel Henshall. A destitute young man, raised by racist skinheads and notorious among white supremacists, turns his back on hatred and violence to transform his life,...

Drama, Biography, Crime, Romance
Guy Nattiv
Danielle Macdonald, Daniel Henshall, Bill Camp, Jamie Bell

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Genres Drama, Biography, Crime, Romance
Director Guy Nattiv
Writer Guy Nattiv
Stars Danielle Macdonald, Daniel Henshall, Bill Camp, Jamie Bell
Country Canada, Brazil, USA, China
Also Known As Koža, スキン, Скин, Skin - História Proibida
Runtime 1 h 58 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A destitute young man, raised by racist skinheads and notorious among white supremacists, turns his back on hatred and violence to transform his life, with the help of a black activist and the woman he loves.

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Wednesday, 16 Sep 2020 02:27

This film's opening scene is probably the best I've ever seen. The man is said to be the first man to actually penetrate the amoeba by trying to build a new life in its interior, a journey, to make it grow. (I was never really interested in what that entailed. Amoebas don't "grow" anything. They're just, for lack of a better word, green or orange, and sometimes you need to put some nutrients in their environment to make them grow.) The scene in the park, which we see him make love to his own young children, was done so tastefully, I could see this man becoming more and more an equal of his wife and becoming the man he's going to marry. That's something to be proud of, and not something we usually see in the movies. At this point, I started to think that we're about to see the man turn from a hero to a villain. The film is a three-act play, one that traces the man's journey through life and his first year in prison. Each act then takes us into the last scene, where we see him live out the rest of his days. This is pretty much the point where I'm going to give the movie a high rating, but I'm giving it a few points down from a ten because I wasn't really interested in the end. It's a shame, because I'd really like to see the end of a "dramatic" film, and this is not a dramatic film. The artistry comes in the small moments. I just love the way the scenes are set up, they really work, and they're the most important. From the beginning, we're introduced to the main characters, and we follow their life stories through various scenes. The events of their lives are fully shown, as we're following their story through their experiences. The simplicity is also interesting, the camera only moves in one way, and you almost feel like you're in the story, even if you're in some tiny, secluded corner of it. That's one of the main reasons I liked the film, but in the end it's not really what I was looking for. I never felt like I was watching something "inspired". I'm very impressed with the cinematography and lighting of the film, it's just really good. I like the contrast of lighting in the small scenes between the people and the big scenes, the use of colors that remind you that you're seeing things through two different lenses. These two lenses have different aspects to them. I especially like the colors that they use when the camera is moving from the main character's room to the outside world, it's just beautiful and a very positive juxtaposition. I don't think this film deserves the sort of angry reviews it got. It's good, very good. But I'm not sure I can go as far as the negative reviews indicate. If I can give this film a ten, I'll probably try to give it a six, and hope the reviews for "The French Connection" get better. I hope this film has helped you to enjoy "Love Actually", and I hope this helps you to enjoy "Love Actually".
Tuesday, 25 Aug 2020 18:38

This film, which is based on the true story of three British teenagers who were murdered at a mine in Pakistan in 1981, is remarkable not only for the fact that it is the first major film to portray the tragedy of that event, but also for the subject matter. Although such stories are nothing new, and are generally given more prominence than they deserve in the US (perhaps as a result of so-called "loser rockstar" type rock music), this film does something quite unique. It uses a document to tell its story, and the film is entirely based on a diary of one of the teenagers, Liam Neeson, a pretty man who was spared from his punishment by the British authorities. The film is a very powerful one, and doesn't resort to sensationalism, drama or bloodletting (which in my opinion is a big mistake). The film is mainly based on the lives of three British teenagers, who find themselves in the sights of a local militia, and, after some minor disturbance, are taken to a place of "rehabilitation" under the care of a mysterious cleric who claims to be a powerful member of the local Islamic clergy. In the process, the three find themselves forced to choose their fate. So as long as you don't think too deeply about the film, then you will enjoy it. Also, the use of photography and naturalistic shots is quite effective in bringing the audience into the lives of the victims and is very effective in showing the level of depravity of the local people. As one of the teenagers, played by Tom Hardy, tells the photographer, "You are in Pakistan, you come across anything you want, and you can take it. The people are savage, but that doesn't matter. They know you're here, they accept you, and they're really nice. It's very strange." Another of the teenagers, who is played by Liev Schreiber, is rather cynical when asked about his impressions of life in Pakistan, stating "Not all Pakistanis are bad. They're just people who've never got out of their country." The film contains some very brutal scenes, but the violence is something that you see only on TV, and never see on the big screen. This is very effective in giving the audience a sense of realism and realism is a big strength of the film. The films use of naturalistic shots and the use of naturalistic actors, is what gives this film a very "realistic" feel. This is one of those films that is very clever in its storytelling, yet is not overly dramatic or shock-filled, even though it contains scenes that will definitely be upsetting. The characters, the language, the presentation of the events and the death scenes are all very controlled and contain a sense of realism. The film also works well on the sound side, which I also appreciated. The film is beautifully shot, and the use of naturalistic footage is very effective. The film is also clever in showing the first person viewpoint of the three teenagers, and the footage in this aspect gives the audience an insight into the lives of these young men, which is very powerful. The use of naturalistic footage is especially effective, as it is only from the teens' point of view, and even though we see only their photographs, the camera man does not rush in and start filming everything that happens, but keeps focussing on the young men who we see only from the back of their head. The score is also very effective, and I found it to be an effective mix of old and new wave. The film is very well made, and is very well acted. Tom Hardy is good as the young rebel, Liam Neeson is good as the youth who must make a choice, and Liev Schreiber is very good as the protagonist. The film also has a good sense of humour, and this is an important strength of the film. It is never too serious or pretentious, and I think it is a great movie. I don't know how many times I have seen this film, and I am going to see it again. It will be a long time before I forget this film. The film was nominated for a number of academy awards, and although the film was not well received by critics and the public, it is a great film that is important to watch. It may have been a little too violent for some, but for me it was very powerful and a great film that I would recommend to anyone.
Wednesday, 12 Aug 2020 19:40

In the early 90s a high-profile case broke with the government which saw the girl, Sarah, reveal her identity to her parents. But the government is still trying to cover up the truth as her murderer was never prosecuted. When the family's older son finds out Sarah is now married to a jilted detective, he attacks her angrily, and on the heels of this Sarah develops an aggressive case of social anxiety and all is a complete collapse. After a few years the matter is cleared up and Sarah gets the support she needs to seek her life's freedom and living in the private world of her own. Sarah Jane Is Like Me is directed by Anna Popplewell. The story is about a young girl who was kidnapped from her home by her family and her case is never officially investigated and the girl is now a teenager living with her parents who don't want to believe she's gone. However, she soon discovers her parents are lying to her about her life in prison and the case has become more of a burden than a benefit. I'm no fan of Drama films as their are not very emotional and they just aren't enjoyable in the long term. But I did like the way this film has a strong story line without the usual cliches in Drama movies. The film was well-written and the film was compelling and kept my interest through the entire 2 1⁄2 hours. The actors did a great job with their roles, although one did get a bit over-the-top. Some of the female characters were not very interesting or pretty, and the main male character did have a lot of annoying qualities. However, the male characters were decent and it didn't bother me. The film isn't perfect and there are definitely things that I did not like, but that doesn't make the film bad. The film also is a little confusing as it keeps you in suspense and the plot does change over time. The film also has a soundtrack that is great and I loved it. I also think the film would be interesting if there was more exposition of the characters as they don't really talk in this film. Overall, I would say this is a very good Drama film that is worth watching. My Grade: A-
Monday, 10 Aug 2020 17:20

What's the matter with the new films that don't hold up too well? Last year we had 'The Green Inferno', 'Titanic', 'Shakespeare in Love', 'The English Patient', 'Mona Lisa Smile' etc. Some are fine, but the new ones are worse. 'The Notebook' is the worst one yet. And I'm pretty sure this is the worst film I've ever seen in my life. It's bad enough that it isn't accurate to the actual events of that movie, it's so horridly written. Some of the lines are dreadful. Other than that, it is actually quite good. 'The Notebook' is the tale of two people: Nick and Cassius. Nick is a young man with a fancy for the ladies. He has a great and efficient car. He also has a girlfriend. Cassius is a rich and older man who loves nothing so much than the simple pleasures of life. He has two daughters. The story develops from there. The only thing that makes this film watchable is the beautiful cinematography. The way it is shot and edited is simply breathtaking. There are times when I really feel like I'm watching a soap opera, as the flashbacks are so haunting and it never feels like it's being paced properly. The film itself is nothing special. But I can't look away from it. It's simply gorgeous to look at. And there's no way that I'd ever complain about the cinematography, as it does the film justice. I do think that this film is unique. It's the most sensual of the year. The moral dilemma of this story is a very important one. How far would you go to get back your daughter? And how much do you sacrifice to do that? It's something that is absolutely touching. I'm glad that I found this film. It's a wonderful piece of work that is quite hard to find. I'm still waiting for the next film to reach this standard, though it's hard to find it. I'm not surprised that some people don't like it. This is a very powerful film. However, if you're reading this, you've probably already seen it, and if you haven't, you'll probably want to. It's the best film of the year, and this year. Rating: * out of 5.
Monday, 22 Jun 2020 09:15

I'm not sure what I expected when I first saw this movie. There are those who would call it an interesting movie about the crime in Central-America. This is a film about one family's experience on a tropical island. However, what the movie is about is all about religion. The entire story revolves around Jorge (Ryan Reynolds) and his son's mother (Jennifer Lopez). The youngest son, Alberto (Arkin) is studying to be a priest and their two surviving children, Daisy and John (Julia Roberts and Lili Taylor) are orphans. When Jorge's wife (Maria Bello) finds out the truth about their son and their own ship being hit, they decide to leave the island for a better life on the mainland. Since they are orphans, the family members have to sell their belongings and travel to Mexico. Jorge starts working in a grocery store, but his boss doesn't like his "work ethic". He has to keep up with his children's studies and do everything else as well. He and Daisy get to know each other better, as they share their lives together. Jorge does what he can to keep up with his children. The kids decide to make their own island and bring in money. Daisy's best friend is Rosie (Dana Gaier), but she decides to keep her relationship with Jorge as secret as she can. Jorge decides to leave his home because of a recent wave of crime that his wife committed and eventually he decides to return. When he leaves, his wife gives him an ultimatum to return or be beaten. The movie ends with Daisy's schoolteacher telling her that he was forced to leave by her own mother. That's the only detail about the movie that I couldn't figure out. What I learned is that the movie is about how a couple of kids get together. I don't really know how this would play out in the real world, but it was entertaining for me to watch. I give this movie a 7 out of 10.

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