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Infamous is a movie starring Bella Thorne, Jake Manley, and Amber Riley. Two young lovers rob their way across the southland, posting their exploits to social media, and gaining fame and followers as a result.

Genres
Crime
Director
Joshua Caldwell
Starring
Michael Sirow, Jake Manley, Bella Thorne, Amber Riley

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Genres Crime
Director Joshua Caldwell
Writer Joshua Caldwell
Stars Michael Sirow, Jake Manley, Bella Thorne, Amber Riley
Country USA
Also Known As Southland
Runtime 1 h 40 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 Two young lovers rob their way across the southland, posting their exploits to social media, and gaining fame and followers as a result.

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Friday, 18 Dec 2020 08:04

After "The Dark Knight Rises", I was really excited to see this movie, mainly because the last movie had been so well received. I knew that it was a very well known movie, but I hadn't heard anything about it. I watched it on DVD recently and thought it was great! There are many great things about the movie that are very important for those who love superhero movies. First and foremost is the score, it is great and hits every scene. The cinematography is amazing and makes the movie feel like a real movie. Now for the most important thing, the action. I didn't see anything new in this movie, I watched the first movie and loved it, so I was expecting another "The Dark Knight Rises", but this movie is much better. The action is even better, and it is much more exciting and exciting than I ever saw in "The Dark Knight Rises". I was also very impressed with the set design. I have to say that the set design was even more impressive and imaginative than the first movie. I thought the set designs in "The Dark Knight Rises" were much better than in "The Dark Knight" and "The Dark Knight". In addition to the set designs, the cinematography is again, fantastic, and the cinematography is also in the movie more than in "The Dark Knight". Finally, the acting is great, everyone was excellent, I have never seen anything so good from Tom Hardy, Michael Caine, Anne Hathaway and Aaron Eckhart. "The Dark Knight Rises" is a very good movie, especially for people who loved the first movie. I give "The Dark Knight Rises" an A.
Tuesday, 15 Sep 2020 01:40

This film is about a little black kid who helps the Mob win the war against the Mafia, and he's offered the chance to start up a drug business. He just can't resist the temptation. Now it's up to him and his girlfriend, whose mother has a recent brush with death, to try to put an end to the competition. This film has all the makings of an interesting and somewhat original film. Unfortunately, it doesn't quite live up to those goals. The Mob is represented by various different criminals, each with their own motivations and all of whom have their own set of reasons for being in the Mafia. The personalities of these various characters are not well defined and, when they are introduced, it is difficult to get into the heads of all of them. Also, some of the characters, such as the Mama's Momma and Harry's bodyguard, do not play a major part in the story and are only useful for their aesthetic appeal. There are some very funny moments but they aren't nearly enough to hold the film together. The real weaknesses of the film are it's shortcomings. The characters are all caricatures and, although the film's interest lies in the characters, we are never really introduced to them. We do not really understand their motivations and, even if we did, we would still not know who the characters are. The voice-over of the film is even worse. All of the voices are imposed by actors that, despite being far from perfect, are decent enough to be able to say the lines that the characters are speaking. However, most of the voices are dark, depressing and, in some cases, completely inappropriate. This type of voice-over, like some of the effects used in the film, really takes away from the film. Another problem is the many issues with the script. The script is not good at all. It is written in such a way that it becomes very obvious that the writer was not very interested in the story. The script never really lets us know what kind of film this is supposed to be. The film is, for example, often very violent but it does not really use violence to make the film interesting. Rather, we see an often empty shoot-out between the Mob and the Mafia and then the film goes into flashback and we see the story of how the character from the Mob killed Harry's bodyguard. The flashbacks are actually pretty boring and only serve to add to the sense that we are not really seeing the film in the way that the script suggests. As a result, the film loses a lot of it's appeal. The film's cast is not really up to par with the writing. The characters are not memorable. Some of the main characters are very similar to other film actors and, even though they are not, they are still weak enough to not be very memorable. Their performances are also far from the performances that the movie's writers put in. Most of the actors simply give their performances but, in some cases, are better than the writers. James Gandolfini is excellent as the very quiet and secretive Harry, but this is only because he is very good at the dramatic parts of the movie. He actually plays a decent villain but he has nothing to work with in the comedy part of the movie. The two other main characters in the film, Frank Grillo and Gary


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