Welcome Guest   ( Log In | Register )
Advanced
Search
Loading tabs, please wait...

Welcome to HiResCovers.NET

Looking for Custom DVD Covers, Custom DVD Labels, Game Console Covers and Labels, Movie Posters, and Blu Ray Covers? You've found them! HiResCovers.net is the friendliest and best DVD and BluRay cover site, and your home for everything related to movie covers. We have over 500 GB images, and they are all 300dpi and Quality Checked.

Check out thumbnail samples of our Custom DVD Covers and Custom DVD Labels in our auto-scrolling showcase to your right. Use the search box above to search our cover and label gallery for your favorite. And use the menu at the top of the page for easy access to the entire site.


 
Reply to this topicStart new topic
Fubster
post Jun 18 2008, 01:26 PM
Post #1

ex-Code Monkey
Group Icon

Group: Contributor

Posts: 1,546
Coverart: 486
Thanks: 17
From: Mechanicsville, Virginia U.S.A.
Joined: August 15 2007
My Favorite Custom Cover:
King Kong by Dweez



A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints is a coming-of-age drama based on the autobiographical book by Dito Montiel. The main story-line takes place in the 1980s as Dito plans his escape from the violence of growing up in Astoria, N.Y. (Queens, New York City).
Attached File  2006_a_guide_trys_014.jpg ( 58.75K ) Number of downloads: 288

I wanted to see this movie because I am a big Shia LaBeouf fan. My family watched a lot of Disney Channel during the run of Even Stevens (2000-2003), and when he did Tru Confessions (2002) for Disney Channel you could tell that he had a bright future. I am just glad Hollywood has picked up on his talent as quickly as they did.

The hardest sell in A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints is that actors Shia LaBeouf and Robert Downey Jr. play the young and grown-up version (respectively) of the same character (Dito). To me, they do not look similar enough to pull this off. However, they DO pull it off - through superb acting. All of the mannerisms, physical movements and speech patterns are duplicated by both actors. Its subtle, but its definitely there.

The outstanding performance of the film, though, comes from Channing Tatum. To quote a review from IMDB (cuchelo1): He is heartbreaking and scary and full of explosive energy. The screen can barely contain him. I could not agree more.

I thoroughly enjoyed this movie, and highly recommend it, with a warning about some of the language, and violence, and teenage sex.


IPB
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
 

Reply to this topicStart new topic
1 User(s) are reading this topic (1 Guests and 0 Anonymous Users)
0 Members:
 
« Next Oldest · Movie Reviews · Next Newest »
 

The Artwork hosted on this site is for personal use only. We do not condone piracy and we do not supply images for use in any illegal activities, including DVD or Blu-ray piracy.
Time is now: 19th October 2019 - 03:25 PM Gallery Index Privacy policy Lo-Fi Version RSS