A stranger with a haunted past shows up unannounced at the home of Hollywood's hottest horror director, and is determined to teach him what real horror is all about. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Thousand Cuts
A stranger with a haunted past shows up unannounced at the home of Hollywood's hottest horror director, and is determined to teach him what real horror is all about.
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Michael T (de) wrote: News papers are ultimately a product of technology. Page One documents the old print media being challenged by the new web-based media. The documentary focuses on the vitality and solvency of the New York Times, the standard bearer of daily print news, and how it handles its rapidly changing media landscape.
Gary M (gb) wrote: It had some funny moments but this is one weird movie
Amy H (de) wrote: Beautifully written lesbian drama. Don't expect anything exciting but the story blends well and kept me wanting to find out if their love flourish.
Keith R (nl) wrote: I can only guess that the theory behind this movie was that if you put a stupid enough haircut on Stephen Baldwin, everything else will seem reasonable by comparison. It didn't work.The Canadian government could use this movie as advertising for bill C-10. Hmm, as Opus said, "Well maybe it wasn't that bad, but Lord it wasn't good."
Rachel H (br) wrote: A good British movie
Mouaiad A (mx) wrote: Je viens juste de le voir, un vrai bonheur. adorable.
Susan H (es) wrote: I came across this just scanning through the channels. surprisingly, I really liked it. No, it's not realistic. I don't think a movie needs to be. The point of a movie is to get away from the real world and be entertained.
Jaime M (jp) wrote: This movie could be destined to the oblivion, but its particular cast and style transformed it in a cult classic. Also, it exists to prove that Paul Rudd ages in reverse.
Ryan S (gb) wrote: 1/5. It's not boring, but man is it dumb. Only about 10 minutes take place out in the woods and THERE IS NO BOOK OF SHADOWS IN THE MOVIE! What? Really a shameful sequel to a superb film.
Sarah G (gb) wrote: A great romantic tale, not adapted well in this film. Beautiful scenery and solid performances by Connery and Ormond undercut by awkward slow-motion action shots of Richard Gere.
Graham D (it) wrote: You'll spend about 40 minutes crying your eyes out watching this. Outstanding movie.
Scott M (ru) wrote: An intelligent, entertaining film for its time. Since the Internet has become so ubiquitous in the past twenty years, Sneakers does not hold up as well today. The script is full of techno speak that may confound many people.
George F (it) wrote: I don't particularly care for anime movies. I have seen most of the popular ones and I'm not impressed. I consider Japan's most famous anime directors overrated and the list includes Hayao Miyazaki (keeping him company are: Momoru Hosoda, Isao Takahata, and Satoshi Kon). So, you can imagine that I didn't have high expectations going in; boy was I wrong.Tonari no Totoro needs no introduction, it is the face of studio Ghilbi, its first release alongside Hotaru no haka, and it is referenced and spoofed in other works constantly. During the first minute of the movie, the experienced viewer identifies the familiar studio Ghibli animation and the newcomer is left wondering how a movie released in 1988 can still look so beautiful, while Miyazaki introduces us to our two heroines, Satsuki (10) and Mei (4), as their father drives them to their new residence, in a rural village. After a few minutes more, we are quick to realize the main characteristic of the movie: This is a story being told while looking through the eyes of a kid. If you think you have heard that one before, allow me to make a distinction; Miyazaki managed to capture the way a kid views the world, in such a way, that it doesn't feel like a story written for kids by adults, but it feels like the accidental filming of a kid's dreamy state of mind. I will take this point even further; I don't think this is a kid's movie. I recognize, of course, that it has all the elements a kid's movie should have, but I'll insist. I can not imagine a kid older than 6 liking this movie. Most kids will find it unexciting, opting instead for a show that triggers are pulled, or princesses are getting crowned. I cannot imagine myself up until my late teens liking this movie. Instead I can easily imagine myself saying the Greek equivalent of, "well, that was a waste of time" or "nothing fucking happens". Indeed the movie seems uneventful at first glance, but there is a distinct shadow of death and loss looming throughout the movie; Its existence maybe be lost to the younger audiences, but it appeared to me as a potent a "villain" as any. But it is high time I get to what makes this movie great. After the Kusakabe family steps out of the car, having reached their new home, we, the audience, realize that we have stepped in a magical world. The interesting part is that this magical world feels familiar and I was quick to be filled with nostalgia; watching the two sisters rush to fetch a bucket of water reminded me the first (or, at least, one of the first) times that I watched running water. Those of you who discard these feelings of nostalgia, I ask you to remember the first time that you came across a small river. And then try to imagine who happy and excited you were.That brings us to the main point of why Tonari no Totoro is so great; It doesn't coerce nostalgia from us with its imagery, but it reminds us how perfectly happy we were with the simplest of things: The shade of a big tree, a path to the woods, and some folklore. Continuing, we are introduced to the countryside and its denizens, human and magical, but most of all we experience a sense of harmony between man and nature, so seamlessly interwoven, that it puts preachy environmental-friendly works (including ones from Miyazaki) to shame. The feelings of euphoria and harmony continue, while the two sisters meet and interact with the spirit world and combat the shadow of loss with their own childlike (I mean that in a good sense) way. The ending is simple but fulfilling. My new favorite anime movie. 9.0/10. If you like this one, my second and third favorites Hotarubi no Mori e (8.5/10) and Ookami Kodomo no Ame to Yuki (8.0/10) share some traits.
Zachary B (es) wrote: What a strange and remarkable film this was! You really can't mess around with the best. The greatest actor the cinema has ever seen directed by one of the most legendary filmmakers of all time. Marlon Brando and John Huston have cooked up something wicked with this maddening tale, a southern gothic of the highest order. A slow paced, but incredibly absorbing film. Huston taught the likes of Kubrick and Erice a thing or two with this one. And both Liz Taylor and Robert Forster(in his screen debut) deserve recognition for their work in the film, as does Zorro David... as does as virtually every actor who had a line in the film! On a technical level, this may be the most visually interesting and unpredictable of all of Huston's films, incredible ideas photographed beautifully. Reflections In A Golden Eye is a very unconventional film, and I recommend it only to those who are familiar with the work of Elia Kazan and Victor Erice, as the language of the film is both reminiscent and prophetic of both of them, and watching an auteur film is like learning a new language, in this case Reflections In A Golden Eye would be almost indecipherable to someone who hasn't been exposed to some of the more unconventional films of the late fifties. The film requires patience and trust. I loved it, a wonderful little gem that was an absolute blast for me to experience!
Timothy J (br) wrote: A decent Randolph Scott Western.
Shawn R (mx) wrote: Just not worth my time. Thy had hard enough time telling one story without going into three. Sorry.
Edgar C (es) wrote: Good boxing film with great performances. The script was weak, but the plot srong. It was starting to become a genius film, but left me incomplete. Of course the ending was well made and directed, but turned out to be unappropriate. 59/100
Joe G (de) wrote: If you try too hard to understand the film and all of it's subtle hints and connections, you may just end up insane.
James H (de) wrote: School of Rock is a funny, charming film that benefits from Jack Blacks energy which I think just makes the script sound that much better and lifts the children's performances as well. Sometimes the characters feel unrealistic like cartoon characters though because of the wacky decisions they make. No serious problems though in this harmless comedy.
Charlie G (br) wrote: DC just loves embarrassing themselves.