"Patti" focuses upon Patti Smith's performance of the iconic "Gloria" on Saturday Night Live in 1976. Inspired by the art, words and life of Patti Smith, the film ventures behind the scenes... See full summary »
Joshua Vonder Haar
Matt and Amy, couple in their late 20's who get caught in a situation that has them stop to think about what they want for themselves, what they want with each other, and overall what they really want in life.
Joel, a Jewish guy, infiltrates in a Neo-Nazi group in order to discover the truth about the murder of his wife. There he starts acting like a real skin head. Suddenly his perspective of the world turns upside down.
Andrea La Mendola
Michelle Renee Allaire,
The one comment before mine is obviously a friend to the director or the writer and didn't know really what to say about the movie so just wrote anything could come to his/her mind. A movie like this doesn't deserve a good review even if it was the product of my best friend's work! It is just that bad! Story is too cliché and the acting is nothing close to top notch as said in the comment! The acting is nothing that you have never seen before even if you have only watched 5 movies! Nothing really drags you to the movie but the fact that it's just like all the others and you just want to go through the end to waste the time that you have already promised yourself to.
And the ending! Oh my God how horrible! the one who was thought to be dead is back out of nowhere to kill the bad guy and then fall dead! Yeah, who would believe it. I know you will say (only if you watched the movie) that the guy stayed alive all night covering his wound with a piece of duct tape because he said in the beginning of the movie " everything can be fixed with a duct tape"! What bull.... is this! That's not true! Was this line meant to be like one of those classic lines in classic movies i.e. Get busy dying or get busy living! Because if it was, it only made me laugh!
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