13 Tzameti

13 Tzameti

Sebastian, a young man, has decided to follow instructions intended for someone else, without knowing where they will take him. Something else he does not know is that Gerard Dorez, a cop on a knife-edge, is tailing him. When he reaches his destination, Sebastian falls into a degenerate, clandestine world of mental chaos behind closed doors in which men gamble on the lives of others men.

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Graham M (fr) wrote: Not as tasteless as you may expect from the premise, but doesn't really rise to anything noteworthy.

Nicole o (jp) wrote: You know that embarrassingly juvenile friend you can not shake? Magnify him by a thousand and you get Barry.His three friends can not take it anymore and think if he just found someone then they could be rid of him. And that's how you get: Someone Marry Barry.It's not that Desmond, Rafe and Kurt hate Barry. They just don't want to be active friends with him anymore. Their camp mate friendship with the 'inappropriate dude' from elementary school doesn't justify a friendship that should have faded away long ago.Barry is not necessarily a bad guy, he is just an "embarrassment, a detriment to [their] livelihood and reputations, a social wrecking ball." Tyler Labine is pivotal to the success of this movie, his likeability makes Barry's antics not completely intolerable and at times endearingly oblivious. Labine plays the crudest, lewdest, bluntest character imaginable but the film isn't at all cheap or grotesque. His friends, played by Wayans, MacArthur, Middleditch. are not malicious and the search for Barry's mate comes from a place of desperation and love; keeping the film light and entertaining. Damon Wayans Jr. is the comedic star of the trio and I can't wait to watch his career progress.All plot points and scenarios are sufficiently ridiculous for a comedy but written by Rob Pearlstein to be cohesive with the story. Someone Marry Barry is about a crass man meeting his equal and opposite in a mate so the humor is offensive and perverted by nature.After Barry meets his love interest Mel, played by Lucy Punch, the film slows down significantly. The main source of entertainment and humor, the friend dynamic and their interaction, changes with the addition of Mel and 'find him love' dilemma removal.Someone Marry Barry is a unique and refreshingly light comedy but is not for everyone.

Woo A (br) wrote: A great movie to get you into the Christmas spirit. And a great cast of actors too!

Thomas G (jp) wrote: This is truly the first movie I've seen this year (I know I said "Life In a Day" was the first, but I lied); choice well made. To begin my first review of the year, I will explain the plot of this film. It is an African film from the Congo about a man named Riva, who is a small-time hustler that makes money by selling gasoline since it is scarce there. He is able to crank the prive of litres of gas up to make him enough money to live ($10 a litre). The problem is that his rival, Azor, plans to make money off of gasoline as well. Riva happens to teal gasoline from Azor before he is able to make a large deal. To add insult to injury, Riva manages to take away his wife Nora, which sends them into a spiral of danger. The plot is interesting enough to make you sit thorugh the film. It is very suspenseful at times, and very slow, but in a good way. Every ten minutes feels like a half-hour when you watch it. The acting in the film is really good, especially the actor of Azor. The film is not only heavy on suspense and acting, but it is heavy on the style and original sequences that takes place. There may not be a lot of action, but there is still enough for you to wonder. Not to mention that the cinematography and editing is fantastic. The flaws that I do have with the film are only two things; the ending (which doesn't anger you, although it does leave you down) and that the film's style and scenes of the country will leave some people uncomfortable. But to me, it is amazing to see a culture in the way of a film, to the point that you're almost shocked by the look of the country and the people. So, if you are interested in African cinema, this is a must-see. If you don't like film heavy on the crime, then this might leave you with a sour taste in your mouth. And by the way it's subtitled, so don't cry to me if you can't read!

Eliabeth N (br) wrote: except for a few military faux pas the movie was pretty great

Eliane C (br) wrote: boriiiiiiiiinnnnng......

Vtor M (kr) wrote: melodrama corrosivo com duas performances soberbas

shaili p (es) wrote: this is a really good movie...but its sad!!!!

Scott T (au) wrote: Classic Dudley Moore. A very funny feel good film. The entire cast is great especially Dudley and David Paymer.

Caili B (gb) wrote: it was sort of wierd and put together oddly...

Mc C (mx) wrote: Great film and great cast. OJ Simpson, Richard Harris, Martin Sheen and Burt Lancaster make this film worth seeing

Steve G (mx) wrote: Neat representation of France. It lacks a certain narrative bite. Kind of the poor man's My Fair Lady. Continuing to perpetuate the notion that wild, unrefined women are best. That's false. However, it is a nice musical. Mostly great songs. It would have been better if Gigi, herself, were more appealing. Beautifully shot. Some scenes are charming -- especially with Maurice Chevalier. It's nice to watch, but just not that believable. And even if it was, it's just all over the place. Completely schizo. Glad to have seen it...I just wish the story was more cogent, to justify the beautiful parts.

Greg S (mx) wrote: Two restauranteur brothers must assemble a vessel to receive the spirit of the ancient Egyptian goddess Sheetar from various parts harvested from immoral women, and the rest just sort of writes itself. With a talking brain in a jar and a nude aerobics massacre, it can't be all bad, but it tries hard by adding excedingly lame humor and gratuitous Nazi imagery to the mix.

Greg W (kr) wrote: kinda the same thing as real like author agatha cristie, she loved mysteries so much she became one herself.

Johnny F (gb) wrote: The greatest World War II film.

Daniel C (ru) wrote: J. R. R. Tolkien's original Lord of the Rings Trilogy was very different from Jackson's adaptations. They were a fairytale quest-timid Hobbits exploring the world, having amazing yet terrifying adventures on their way to Mt. Doom. Jackson's Fellowship of the Ring is much darker than its source. There is burden and turmoil of the soul, and constant violence. This definitely speaks to our times and the environment in which this movie was produced, but more so, it is (while different) a masterful portrayal of the original series. And I'll add: it could be more of what Tolkien desired had he not been trapped in the lingering Romantic era of literature. Get over the length; Jackson is retelling a beautiful story, not butchering the story as many directors have done before. His intro to the LOTR series has reintroduced the epic and fantasy to modern cinema with unparalleled power and grace.

Mathias L (de) wrote: Metal, Zombies, Brutal gore and a Straight up 80's cheese-fest? This film was made for me!