A PRETTY GOOD FILM!
Justine Ryan | Melbourne, Australia | 01/14/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I intially first bought this film for $3.00 at Big W and becuase Mickey Rourke is my all time favourite actor. I hadn't seen it before and after purchasing this I saw on the back cover that actor Bojesse Christopher directed it, who I like a lot from many 80's films, he's pretty cool. Looking at the cover I thought that it would probably be just OK, nothing special like so many other films I've seen in my life time.
But this was not the case. Though the feel of it is low budget, it is pretty good. I thought it has a lotta heart about it.
Scott Leet to me was pretty incredable. Leet and his love interest was really interesting. There really was something about this film that is different than a lot of other stuff I've seen.
Ignore those who have no talent!
D. D. Braginsky | Westville, CT United States | 06/06/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"True, this is a B movie. But, being an exremely successful person in the "biz", I can speak with authority and as an artist, clearly stating that MICKEY ROURKE is the greatest american actor. With that said and Rourke's career back on A-list status as the star of SIN CITY and SPUN, it is well worth the price of admission."
Scott Leet blew me away!!!
Susannawanna | Miami, Florida USA | 05/07/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Wow! I wasn't expecting much watching this little movie "Out In Fifty" one night at home with my boyfriend. But then at one point, I totally found myself engrossed watching this guy Scott Leet, who was playing this ex-con trying to get a second chance at life after getting out of prison. I mean, me and my boyfriend were sitting there like totally in tears and suddenly we realized we were watching this amazing talent. Scott Leet totally blew us away!
I mean he was totally ripped, totally COOL, totally...just mesmerizing. He reminded us a lot of a young Clint Eastwood, xcept with lots more vulnerability. Scott Leet could totally win an Academy Award someday. He's really amazing.
And gorgeous too."