Story is surreal The sickest part of this movie is that it is real. Nick Markowitz was killed by this sick f*ck over some bad pot deals. There was no reason such a young, good looking, Jewish boy had to die..movie would be better if Jesse James and the others were found dead. Eye for an eye! God bless his family and may Jesse James and everyone involved burn in hell for eternity
Good movie and sad too Good movie and sad too and this movie is a true story I think but anyways Justin Timberlake did awesome playing this movie and he can play in a movie and sing at the same time good job Justin Timberlake good job and to all the actors that played in this movie did a good job too lol but anyways I am so sad for his family and friends
Amazing Movie About how one decision will snowball into something bigger...has a bit of Stockholm syndrome involved. Amazing movie and stayed true to the actual story. All it would had took was one person out of so many to speak up.
Awesome movie This is one hell of a good movie its got a good story line I'm sad to say that its all based on true n actual advents that young boy had the best day of his life n they take it all away from him n his family but a awesome movie
ANOTHER DAY IN PARADISE, the new film from acclaimed director Larry Clark (KIDS) is a sexy and thrilling portrayal of a makeshift family of professional thieves on a cross-country crime spree. James Woods (Mel) and Melanie Griffith (Sid) give outstanding performances as the scheming couple who "adopt" two young lovers (Bobby and Rosie), brilliantly played by Vincent Kartheiser and Natasha Gregson Wagner, into their renegade family in order to teach them the ropes of criminal life.
Celebrated with worldwide acclaim, this powerful true story of crime and redemption has won numerous prestigious awards around the globe! The streets of the world's most notorious slum, Rio de Janeiro's "City of God" are a place where combat photographers fear to tread, police rarely go and residents are lucky if they live to the age of 20. In the midst of the oppressive crime and violence, a frail and scared young boy will grow up to discover that he can view the harsh realities of his surroundings with a different eye, the eye of an artist. In the face of impossible odds, his brave ambition to become a professional photographer becomes a window into his world and ultimately his way out!
In the course of one chaotic week, the lives of three conflicted New York City police officers are dramatically transformed by their involvement in a massive drug operation. Burned out veteran Eddie Dugan (Golden-Globe®-winner Richard Gere of PRIMAL FEAR) is just one week away from his pension and a fishing cabin in Connecticut. Narcotics officer Sal Procida (Oscar®-nominee Ethan Hawke of TRAINING DAY) has discovered there's no line he won't cross to provide a better life for his long-suffering wife and seven children. And Clarence "Tango" Butler (Oscar®-nominee Don Cheadle of OCEAN'S ELEVEN Franchise) has been undercover so long his loyalties have started to shift from his fellow police officers to his prison buddy Caz (Wesley Snipes of BLADE), one of Brooklyn's most infamous drug dealers. With personal and work pressures bearing down on them, each man faces daily tests of judgment and honor in one of the world's most difficult jobs in this searing new crime drama from acclaimed director Antoine Fuqua (TRAINING DAY).
"Undeniably exciting" is what Leonard Maltin calls this pioneering film that kicked off the entire "blaxploitation" action film genre of the 1970s. When you're born, raised and trapped in the ghetto, you want to get out any way you can -- in this case, it's a Harlem drug dealer trying to set up a retirement fund before he quits the business for good. Directed by Gordon Parks, Jr. ("The Learning Tree"), and featuring the classic score by legendary Curtis Mayfield MPAA Rating: R (c) 1972 A Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved
Academy Award-nominee Laurence Fishburne stars as Russell Stevens, Jr., a maverick Cleveland cop with a turbulent past. Handpicked by the DEA to infiltrate an international cocaine cartel based in Los Angeles, Stevens goes undercover as John Q. Hull, a bold new player with seemingly little to lose. As a cop, he swore to follow orders, to uphold justice, and to observe the law; but now the rules have changed. This "ugly side" of the war on drugs explores the context of race, identity and hypocrisy within a brutal and alienating police investigation. Nominated for an Independent Spirit award, this tale also stars Academy Award-nominee Jeff Goldblum as lawyer/narcotics dealer David Jason.