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I thought the movie was really good. Not the best one I have seen but I thought the content really was good.
|7/10||seamonsterforlife@ - first review|
31.10.2010 - age: 36-49
If you are one who likes thrillers that get you wanting to know the whole situation, this is for you. I am not really a thriller one but this movie has broughten interesting points and two great actors Ed Burns and Robert DeNiro really had shown alot of potential. There were unpleasant parts but in the long run still put this film to have us wonder and had us glued to the film. The costumes were really nice. This film had a way of giving the point of view and had showed alot of reality in towards todays way how we see things generally towards society. It was a film which brought many of us attention and found it quite entertaining. The plot itself was to me well put which brought more or less given ways of expressing out ways of thinking. This film was more or less about the US how they had functioned from two people giving their ideas of criminal behavious and mentions how they expressed their opiniion about their activities. This to me was more or less of a detective store. All the actors I had found had done a very good job to get points out clear enough and again it had showed realism. The move was another one of the kind that has us wonder what will happen and gotten us thinking at the same time.
|7/10||movieactress20002@ - first review|
19.11.2009 - age: 50+
Terrible acting all around. Movies like this are just a waste of time.
|2/10||flickdude75@ - 26 reviews|
20.10.2008 - age: 26-35
Robert De Niro is as usual amazing! He plays his role right and always keeps you in the loop! Good movie if u don't pay attention to certain things and ask yourself if it's plausible.
|7/10||curly686@ - 4 reviews|
5.3.2007 - age: 18-25
This movie is smart. Unpleasant yet brilliant without trying too hard to be stylish. It makes its point somewhat bluntly, but it definitely resonates with a unique form of realism that can be seen in today's media quite clearly.
|9/10||erickson_39@ - 3 reviews|
2.2.2007 - age: 18-25
Good story, predictable yes, but entertaining.
|8/10||cfh_trendkill@ - 487 reviews|
1.2.2006 - age: 18-25
15 minutes is a great movie about perception, of how US society functions from the point of view of two tourists who engage in criminal behavior and further justifies their activities from what they see and hear during their stay. Take the time to think about how one might react in a strange country to media and television, in this case who are criminal driven. A well-done movie.
|10/10||debs371@ - 3 reviews|
31.1.2004 - age: 36-49
I thought 15 minutes was worth about 5 minutes. It was one of those movies that gets you good and ready for something that never happens. A real disappointment.
|3/10||j.peters@ - first review|
3.1.2004 - age: 26-35
The movie was overall good, and the plot was interesting, yet it ended up like a typical cop movie.
|6/10||papamihas@ - first review|
7.11.2003 - age: 18-25
This could have been much better. The idea was good, but it wasn't excuted too well. Oh well.
|6/10||jim_d_73@ - 49 reviews|
18.10.2003 - age: 13-17
One of the best thrillers I've ever seen! Robert Rodriguez well done!
|8/10||praveen_r_naik@ - first review|
13.10.2003 - age: 18-25
Saw it, watched it... didn't really enjoy it... would have rather taken a nap.
|5/10||nichelal@ - 10 reviews|
23.7.2003 - age: 26-35
I would watch any movie with Robert De Niro, but this one was exceptionally good. Maybe it was a good combination of actors. This movie is full of action and keeps you at the edge of your seat. It is definitely worth evey penny you pay to see it.
|9/10||mcsilva@ - 107 reviews|
9.6.2003 - age: 36-49
Allright... the guy who's always filming is SO annoying! The other "crazy" guy IS crazy, Robert De Niro isn't at his best and Ed Burns is... kicking ass hum... face!
|6/10||angel334@ - first review|
29.5.2003 - age: 13-17
I rather nail my finger to the wall that I will get most satisfaction out of it than renting it. I stay at the theatre because I paid to see the 15 Minutes movie, I wish they had live to the title's expectation, only 15 minutes.
|1/10||floreso@ - 2 reviews|
15.4.2003 - age: 18-25
America just loves to watch.
|8/10||t_gonneau@ - 3 reviews|
9.4.2003 - age: 36-49
Had never seen Edward Burns before but I found that he was very good in this movie and would like to see him in another but have yet to see one.
|7/10||arctic_cat800@ - first review|
14.3.2003 - age: 36-49
It was good but could have been better.
|6/10||mdantzler@ - first review|
2.3.2003 - age: 13-17
Very artistique and great performance by Robert Deniero. Two thumbs up.
|8/10||fz1973@ - first review|
18.2.2003 - age: 26-35
Very exciting movie. Robert Deniro and Ed Burns are both great. A bit weird and disturbing but a good watch.
|7/10||tmclean1@ - 9 reviews|
27.12.2002 - age: 36-49
Kept me guess the whole time.
|8/10||eknighton@ - 5 reviews|
22.11.2002 - age: 18-25
Last 10 minuts of the film is superb. Don't miss this superb and fantastic film.
|8/10||qsm@ - first review|
13.11.2002 - age: 36-49
Very violent. Weird. I'm surprise Robert DeNiro would act in such a strange movie.
|4/10||northerncovergirl@ - 8 reviews|
28.9.2002 - age: 36-49
It was a good "on the edge of your seat thriller" but a little too violent.
|7/10||m_huk@ - first review|
23.9.2002 - age: 18-25
This movie was very weird, but it was good.
|8/10||tjmaxx17@ - first review|
19.7.2002 - age: 13-17
It's a thriller and good action movie with edge of your seat scenes. Robert De Niro did an excellent job. Worth seeing.
|7/10||krisbisssc@ - 9 reviews|
26.6.2002 - age: 1-12
Deniro performed really well. The plot itself was quite different and disturbing at the same time. Makes us realize how crazy people can get for a little bit of fame.
|7/10||nsmasud@ - first review|
25.6.2002 - age: 18-25
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Amazing movie, I really dig the plot in this one. Although it starts a little bit slow, but it devolops really good. DeNiro is not at its best of course, but the script is well written and the ending is as shocking as one of my personal fav's This is the second movie I've seen where de Niro dies. Check it out..
|8/10||fflor96828@ - 2 reviews|
28.3.2002 - age: 36-49
Gives a new meaning to "15 Minutes of Fame" Good performances by Kelsey Grammer. Not for everyone though.
|7/10||joem0973@ - 19 reviews|
28.2.2002 - age: 26-35
Excellent movie!!! I really enjoyed it.
|9/10||natty1027@ - 4 reviews|
18.2.2002 - age: 18-25
Amazing movie, I really dig the plot in this one. Although it starts a little bit slow, but it devolops really good. DeNiro is not at its best of course, but the script is well written and the ending is as shocking as one of my personal favs, seven. The message in this movie is what saves it from mediocrity, and that's why I give it an 8.
|8/10||bolodelpanteon@ - first review|
11.2.2002 - age: 13-17
Really cool movie. Lots of surprises. Great script/story.
|8/10||jmarx12@ - 18 reviews|
13.12.2001 - age: 13-17
Action, Drama and shock.... De-Niro and Burns work well together showing a chemistry that adds up to a great movie... On the edge of my seat for alot of this one.
|8/10||jeff.belanger@ - first review|
23.11.2001 - age: 36-49
Interestingly filmed. I enjoyed the 'media focus' and was extremely impressed by the treatment of DeNiro's character in the film. Still, the story is a little light.
|7/10||rmoore@ - 7 reviews|
14.11.2001 - age: 36-49
Very impressive. Shocking how this movie lines up with the real tragedies of our nation. No more B.S., no more devil's advocate. Great movie, great idea, beyond what movies usually present.
|8/10||jonathan@ - first review|
6.10.2001 - age: 26-35
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The movie was dope but why did Robert De Niro die? I though he was going to the hero but I guess not. But the movie was tight.
|6/10||joshfang@ - 3 reviews|
3.9.2001 - age: 13-17
Not worth watching. Watch Natural Born Killers instead.
|3/10||soverysnarky@ - 15 reviews|
3.9.2001 - age: 18-25
Dear Blockbuster: I want my money back.
|2/10||leblancdarren@ - 3 reviews|
17.8.2001 - age: 36-49
I have lost respect for Robert Deniro. This was a bomb at best. No plot, no story, no direction, no point. I wanted to kill the guy with the camcorder. PS - horrible acting.
|1/10||lukes101@ - 28 reviews|
15.8.2001 - age: 26-35
This movie shows an eastern european people like an physidelic and bloody killers. I don´t like it very much, because I'm Czech!
|3/10||ero@ - first review|
19.6.2001 - age: 18-25
The two Eastern European killers were too crazy to be human who kill Robert De Niro, the cop. One of them even too confident in himself to challenge the laws. It has a surprising ending which made righteous won over.
|7/10||amonewwc@ - first review|
15.6.2001 - age: 36-49
This movie took a severe beating in the press and most reviews, so I wasn't expecting much when I went to see it. However, I was pleasantly surprised, and reassured that my distrust of what the newspaper reviewers think is not misplaced. This movie has a cast that includes the supremely talented Robert de Niro, Kelsey Grammer, and Edward Burns. It has some excellent writing and some top-notch acting performances. But its real accomplishment is how it makes you think. The increasing relationship between crime and the media is not linear, and the movie does tend to oversimplify at times. In many respects, it suffers horribly from being predictable, although there were instances where it strayed sharply from the "rules" of formulaic movies. Saying any more on that score would give away important aspects of the plot. Furthermore, in true Hollywood tradition, the main villians are dumb, completely amoral, and oh, did I mention foreign? The idea might have been to give an outsider perspective on the abuse of American culture, but that angle ultimately just plays into outdated audience prejudices against people who speak with an Eastern European accent. Too, the movie has very graphic violence - but not as bad as I'd expected, and not as bad as what is shown in many other movies. Through creative camera angles, many of the bloodiest scenes are only obscurely hinted at, leaving the audience to fill in the pieces. Not surprisingly, many entertainment reviewers disliked the movie, because it has the effect of exposing some of the more negative effects of the media. 15 minutes does not claim that the media causes violence; rather, it explains that the interplay between the two is ingrained in American culture. This movie may not be saying anything original, but it is sufficiently entertaining and thought-provoking to make it worth seeing.
|7/10||segacs@ - 17 reviews|
12.6.2001 - age: 18-25
15 minutes has got to be one of the best movies that I have seen in a long time. This movie grabs your interest from beginning to end, I couldn't take my eyes off the screen. Every emotion that I had in me came out while watching this brilliant film. A true roler coaster ride!
|10/10||alissmith@ - first review|
28.5.2001 - age: 26-35
All in all a pretty average movie but De Niro on screen (when will you be back?) made up for it! A little too violent for my liking.
|5/10||faizazarin@ - first review|
21.4.2001 - age: 18-25
The movie was a 6, at the most. Mainly because this isn't my favorite gendre of movie, but I still enjoyed it. My boyfriend's sister, who's only 14 loved the flick... So I guess anyone can watch it if you can stand a little blood, gore and violence!
|6/10||mary@ - 9 reviews|
11.4.2001 - age: 18-25
Is an OK movie! Great act thorugh by Robert... And the rest is ok.
|7/10||nayagirl@ - 112 reviews|
6.4.2001 - age: 18-25
Very edge of the seat. Lot's of gore and blood.
|6/10||l.toteda@ - 4 reviews|
5.4.2001 - age: 26-35
Top ten reasons why the movie is titled 15 Minutes. 10. Total entertainment value of movie 9. Time it takes to wake you up from your deep sleep by movie attendant. 8. Time it took to create this script. 7. Time it took for actors to practice lines. 6. Time it took for you to figure out entire plot and potential ending from beginning of movie. 5. Time it takes to rant and rave about how poor a movie this is. 4. Time it took to create special effects. 3. Time spent on editing movie. 2. Time it took to realize there would be no chance of the movie to become appealing to any form of life. And the number one reason is: 1. Time it takes for you to realize you have just been ripped off.
|2/10||awanker@ - 4 reviews|
28.3.2001 - age: 26-35
Robert De Niro should have run out of the room, after reading the script to such a movie. Very badly written, very badly directed. De Niro gives a great performance though, and the only reason why this film is worth anything but a 1/10. The whole thing wasted 2 hours of my time and money. Popcorn was the best highlight...
|2/10||hs_32@ - 2 reviews|
27.3.2001 - age: 18-25
Ehm... not so bad a movie after all... The idea behind it is certainly crazy enough to be worth seeing, crazy yet not far from the real American justice system... For us Europeans, America is the country where everything becomes possible... This movie tries to emphasize (and criticize) that... I wasn't really surprised by DeNiro's acting, which is usually very good, but rather by the two actors who impersonated the Russian and Czech immigrants!! A strong sense of realism in their performance! Edward Burns was not so bad himself!! Therefore, a good idea for a story, perhaps a bit unreal, but overall an excellent acting to compensate... Worth $7 on a Tuesday but not really $12, if you know what I mean... :-)
|7/10||mpanty@ - 90 reviews|
27.3.2001 - age: 18-25
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