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Ver First We Take Brooklyn

First We Take Brooklyn is a movie starring Danny A. Abeckaser, AnnaLynne McCord, and Sasha Feldman. Serving a life sentence in one of Israel's toughest prisons, Mikki Levy never thought he'd ever see the light of day. But when's...

Genres
Drama, Thriller, Crime
Director
Danny A. Abeckaser
Starring
Sasha Feldman, Guri Weinberg, AnnaLynne McCord, Danny A. Abeckaser

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Product details

Genres Drama, Thriller, Crime
Director Danny A. Abeckaser
Writer Jon Carlo, Danny A. Abeckaser
Stars Sasha Feldman, Guri Weinberg, AnnaLynne McCord, Danny A. Abeckaser
Country USA
Also Known As Brooklyn a miénk lesz, Brooklyn Guns, La loi de Brooklyn, Zealous
Runtime 1 h 31 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 Serving a life sentence in one of Israel's toughest prisons, Mikki Levy never thought he'd ever see the light of day. But when's he's released early on a technicality, Mikki moves to New York hoping for a fresh start. Living with his uncle in Brooklyn, the harsh reality of life as an ex-con sets in and he gets dragged into a brutal turf war with the Russian mob, forcing him to revisit his dark past, and the survival skills he learned in prison. Mikki aggressively ascends the ranks of the underworld, but his tenacious drive may be the cause of his demise.

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Thursday, 28 May 2020 14:14

The first movie I ever saw was "Battlefield Earth" on the Jaws Network in 1975. I was about 10 years old and I thought it was really cool. Back then I was pretty much a child of the 80's. I can remember that movie as being one of the first movies I ever really liked. The two hour plus running time of "The Matrix" last year made me wonder how that movie would have turned out if it had been released in 1991. Then I saw "Contagion" last night. I was hoping it would be just as good. It was, and so is "Battlefield Earth." The whole movie is a slow build up to the action. I love the action sequences. It's really good. In fact, I am thinking about seeing it again and I'll be sure to watch it twice. I think the biggest thing that makes this movie great is the characters. There are so many great characters in this movie that you'll find yourself liking each and every one of them. There are no real bad characters. I was impressed with the acting. The acting is really good. Even with all the special effects you'll find yourself liking these characters. I particularly liked the chemistry between the characters. The story itself is really good and really keeps you interested and guessing until the very end. This movie is good for any sci-fi fan. I think this is one of the best of the summer, and I'd recommend it to anyone. It's also a very exciting movie to watch with your friends. Just like "War Of The Worlds" and "Planet Of The Apes" movies, you can be on the edge of your seat and even cry at some parts. I really do like this movie. You'll really have to watch this movie two or three times to get all of the fun parts, but it's worth the price of the ticket. I give it 9 out of 10.
Wednesday, 20 May 2020 11:52

I am a huge fan of hard core crime thrillers. Not an action movie, or anything similar. I'm also a huge fan of great actors, in the sense that the ones who are able to pull off a hard core crime thriller, regardless of genre, usually turn out to be top notch actors. I'm glad that I was able to find this movie. Although it was advertised as a drama, there was no drama at all, it was a hard core crime thriller that was very believable and very intense. It is no secret that I am a big fan of John Singleton. He is one of the best action film directors ever, I think that's the only true way to rate the rest of his movies. He is a true master of filmmaking, I have no doubt about it. The movie is about a young cop, his partner who's been injured in the line of duty, and his partner's daughter who has been raped. These three people are forced to work together in order to save their daughter. When you start seeing the threats of the gangsters, it's hard to know where to go, but they do know the names of the gangs and their locations, so the gangsters take the threat of them taking their daughter into consideration. The movie shows the great tension of the relationship between these two. It's very realistic, not the most exciting type of tension, but the tension between the two is very believable. I was very impressed with the performances of the two main actors. Not much of a surprise, they both did very well, especially John Singleton, he showed me his versatility. Both actors were very good in their respective roles, but it was especially great to see Jared Leto, a very underrated actor, perform in this movie, his performance in this movie was absolutely great. My only complaint is that there are parts in the movie that were a little too long, but in my opinion, the film did a good job of showing all the danger of the gangsters and also showing how they are working together to save their daughter. I was very impressed with the movie and I would definitely recommend it to anybody who wants to see a great hard core crime thriller, I give it a 9 out of 10.
Saturday, 18 Apr 2020 10:09

Having been a longtime loyal fan of Steven Soderbergh's work, I found this to be an extraordinary film. There are two very different styles of film-making that both should be commended for. The first is how Soderbergh allows the viewer to make their own interpretation of the events in the film. It seems as though the writer would have said something different from what the director wrote and the viewer would have been free to see this interpretation through the eyes of the characters themselves. By doing this, the viewer is able to delve deeper into the characters and their motivations. The second is how Soderbergh chooses to edit his films. Sometimes he uses time lapse editing to show the events in a way that allows the audience to gain insight into the characters. In some cases, however, he may have a more visual approach and let the viewer draw their own conclusions. In this instance, the first two techniques are used to tell a story but the viewer is able to make their own interpretation. This gives the film a very visceral feel that is very hard to find in mainstream cinema. The viewer's own interpretation is very influential, and I would recommend the film to anyone who has a strong interest in the politics of police brutality and racial profiling. It is extremely difficult to make a film that is effective on both an artistic and political level. If you see this film, do not be surprised if you see it again! I recommend it to anyone who is interested in the politics of race and police brutality.
Saturday, 18 Apr 2020 09:34

I am a big fan of Mike Nichols, I think he is an underrated actor and has amazing screen presence. I had some doubts going into this movie, but I am glad I decided to give it a shot. This movie is actually a lot more than what one would expect from a Nicholas Sparks movie. It's a psychological thriller, with a dark political undercurrent that only lends itself to the real-life events that lead up to the shooting of Martin Luther King Jr. What was shocking to me was the depth of emotion and the depth of thought that Nichols throws at the viewer. I didn't realize just how dark and disturbing the film was until it was over. I thought that the entire political subplot was an unnecessary distraction from the movie, but the intensity and complexity of the subplot added to the overall effect of the film. It is difficult to explain what Nichols is going for with this film, but that's not what this is about. Instead, I think it is what makes this film so successful. I won't give away the twist, but I will say that I had to re-watch it several times to understand it fully. All I can say is that Nichols is a genius when it comes to writing and directing. I would not recommend this movie to anyone except for Nichols fans. This is a rare film that has made me want to watch it more than once, but it is so good that it will be difficult for me to ever go back and watch it again. Recommended for fans of Nichols, or anyone that wants to get a good look at how a political thriller should be done.


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