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(34713) 7.0 116 min 2018

American Animals is a movie starring Spencer Reinhard, Warren Lipka, and Eric Borsuk. Four young men mistake their lives for a movie and attempt one of the most audacious heists in U.S. history.

Starring
Warren Lipka, Eric Borsuk, Chas Allen, Spencer Reinhard
Genres
Thriller, Biography, Crime, Drama
Director
Bart Layton

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Thriller, Biography, Crime, Drama
Director Bart Layton
Writer Bart Layton, Claudia Zie
Stars Warren Lipka, Eric Borsuk, Chas Allen, Spencer Reinhard
Country USA, UK
Also Known As Zwierzęta Ameryki, Američke životinje, Animais Americanos, Amerikai állatok, Amerikan Soygunu, 美國動物, Μια Αμερικάνικη Ληστεία, American Animals: O Assalto, アメリカン・アニマルズ
Runtime 1H 56M
Description Four young men mistake their lives for a movie and attempt one of the most audacious heists in U.S. history.

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Sunday, 21 Jun 2020 09:12

To some extent it's a statement about the beauty of the human condition and the difficulties in those "normal" times of any country (something I'm not sure about in the UK, though), and perhaps the American dream is what we dream of in those times. But the film doesn't seem to realise that this dream is impossible to realise in the modern world. To any normal person it would be easy to blame that dream on money, or on the individuals in power, or on the fact that a lot of "professional" crime is taking place in America, or that so many people are getting involved in drugs. In reality it's the system. And they are the ones who will keep the dream alive for the richest and most powerful in society. It's very sad, the amount of pressure on kids who have little or no money and little or no freedom. There are people all over the world who are doing whatever it takes to succeed. But these kids are just caught in the middle of it, trying to work through the system. It's the reason why we are all "isolated" in some way. The result is all the good things that happened in our lives and how it shapes us. But what about the "bad" things? Why can't we appreciate the fact that this is a world where we can't help but become "them"? And is that so bad? Is the world's population so mindless and selfish, that we would rather we didn't bother with it? Is the world so indifferent to our being, that we would like to do everything we can to change that? The answer is no. In the film the real issues are presented as jokes, so in other words, to the filmmakers the world is nothing but an amusing joke.
Monday, 15 Jun 2020 21:44

I'm not a huge fan of Patti Austin (which is probably why I was so excited when I heard about her and the plot of this film). Even though I liked her performance, I didn't find it all that memorable. I'll admit I did find her voice somewhat irritating, but, no matter what, this is an actor with a very distinctive voice and a distinctive voice is one of the most unique things a performer can have, so this is something I'm aware of. That said, I was very impressed with the direction and performances. For a while, I was on the edge of my seat. The tension in this film is great, I really felt it. I could really feel the fear that the characters were experiencing and they did a really good job of making it believable. This film doesn't require a lot of suspension of disbelief and it doesn't need to be particularly complicated to be good. It just needs to be enjoyable. I don't think that is at all something the director/writer did. He did a good job of making it enjoyable, but it didn't have that "it's so awful" feeling that I felt with a lot of his other films. The characters are very well developed and the acting is really good. I thought that the movie was very well paced and I did not find myself getting bored or even having a hard time staying in the theater. The whole premise of the film is quite different and I think it's an important premise to explore. This is a movie that I would recommend. I didn't find it to be entirely original, but I didn't find it to be terrible either. It's a good movie. I have no doubt that this film is going to be appreciated by people who are expecting something like "Wag the Dog." I hope that a lot of people will enjoy this movie and I hope that Patti Austin and the director/writer will not get their hopes up too much and come up with another film that is just as good as this one. This movie is not perfect and it's not the best film I have ever seen but it's certainly good.
Sunday, 07 Jun 2020 19:22

Well, this is what happens when you bring in a scribe who is not afraid to get in the face of the stars. Every few years a new type of Hollywood thriller comes out. Every new one that gets made comes with the same trite, cliche plot of a "hero" finds himself at the wrong place, at the wrong time, with the wrong people. But you know what? They are all true. This is one of the scribes, Michael Winner, best works, probably. His script is based on a true story. It starts out in 1969, right before the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The film tells the story of William Baumgartner, the son of a wealthy Nebraska family, who has been identified as one of the two suspects in the Kennedy assassination. The father is trying to put the pieces of the puzzle together. It's a pretty simple story, but Winner manages to make it interesting. He gets his point across and it's compelling. The best thing about this film is the cast. All of them are great. Timothy Hutton does a great job as the leader of the "Suspect 12" group. He really puts the pieces together and it's one of his best performances. The film is centered around his life from the age of six to 18, the period of time he spends in prison and on the run. As he grows up, he deals with things that were very difficult for him. You can tell he's dealing with the guilt from his dad, who has never forgiven him for his own actions. The one thing that really stood out to me about this film is that it never throws any of its characters under the bus. There are a few moments where you could see the character of Baumgartner change and he's played very well by the entire cast. Even the bad guys have some depth to them and you really feel for them. You also have the same feeling when you watch any of these movies. It's almost always about the one person, the one person who really has the power. Not so with this film. Baumgartner's father is a manipulative and hateful man. He's played very well by Jason Robards. His character is one of the most powerful characters I've seen in a long time. Robards is not only a fantastic actor, but he's also a great actor. He's incredibly creepy and he puts us in his shoes. We get to know him very well and you can see him kill the scenes when he's speaking. You can't help but think of how his voice makes your skin crawl. You get to watch his every movement and you can tell that he has a life of his own. But most of all, the characters in this film are great. They are in a perfect balance of being nice and creepy. It's not easy to play both at the same time. They don't go in and out of character all that much. They have to take turns and they are very good at it. The biggest problem with this movie is that it is very rushed. The movie could have easily been half an hour shorter. The films start to feel a little long. The final action scene comes in at about an hour and a half and the only reason I can think of to have that as a second act


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