Anja & Viktor - Flaming Love
Finally, Viktor becomes a fireman, while Anja still do not have the great success of the advertising agency. Fortunately, they have each other and everything is bright as Anja gets a great opportunity at the office while being pregnant. Then Viktor just figure out how to be soft father, understanding man and tough firefighter at once. But how hard can it be?
- Stars:Sofie Lassen-Kahlke, Robert Hansen, Rebecca Mira Dorph Granilo, Joachim Knop, Jonas Gülstorff, Karl Bille, Mira Wanting, Johannes Lilleøre, Jens Andersen, Kristian Halken, Inge Sofie Skovbo, Tommy Kenter, Jens Jørn Spottag, Morten Schaffalitzky, Thomas Levin,
- Director:Niels Nørløv Hansen,
- Writer:Søren Frellesen, Dennis Jürgensen (novel)
Finally, Viktor becomes a fireman, while Anja still do not have the great success of the advertising agency. Fortunately, they have each other and everything is bright as Anja gets a great opportunity at the office while being pregnant. Then Viktor just figure out how to be soft father, understanding man and tough firefighter at once. But how hard can it be? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Anja & Viktor - Flaming Love torrent reviews
(de) wrote: I am impressed with her storybest scene: the full JK Rowling story
(gb) wrote: Yes I gave it 5/5. This just blew me away! Action packed French thriller that's more entertaining than most American Michael Bay-esque films. Decent story, good solid acting and never a dull minute!Highly Recommended!
(fr) wrote: I really enjoyed the way this was made and Hopkins was good. Mirren is great, as usual.
(br) wrote: Boring and derivative. That's about it. Kids loved it, but I thought there was not much to it. Very boring in parts.
(ru) wrote: I went into this flick knowing nothing about it and had no expectations. What I found was one of those pleasant surprises that occasionally await horror fans. "Subject Two" is a smart, subdued, slow-burn of a sci fi/horror film with strong performances by the entire cast and a compelling story that asks interesting questions about what it means to be alive. It also has a good twist ending that requires the viewer to pay attention from the outset. It does get a bit bogged down toward the end, but it's a small flaw in an otherwise good movie that will reward the patient viewer.A struggling, migraine-afflicted college student volunteers to be an assistant to a reclusive scientist and winds up much more intimately involved in the experiments than he'd thought he would be. He is killed and brought back to life again and again, each time losing a little more of his nervous system and his connection to the world and to himself. This is not a gore-fest. We do see some blood, and the climactic scene is pretty gruesome in a perfectly nonchalant manner. Most of the story takes place between just two characters, the scientist and Adam, the student who becomes Subject Two. It's a good thing that the actors are both very good, because everything hangs on their performances. Dean Stapleton channels a sort of subdued Jack Nicholson from "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" in his performance and Christian Oliver evinces a sort of increasingly vacant melancholy that could have not been easy to pull off while keeping his character interesting; it's a performance worthy of some real recognition.There are story elements from Frankenstein here, but fans of HP Lovecraft will pick up on what might be some influence from the story "Cool Air," particularly at the end. Much of this film is allegorical and while you may have seen similar themes before, the lack of originality is more than compensated for by the strength of the flick itself. All of it's good, and if you're the sort of horror fan who likes a good story, not just blood and guts, "Subject Two" is definitely worth checking out. This is a good little film whose appeal should go beyond just devotees of fright cinema.
(ca) wrote: No sirve, nada de chiste
(us) wrote: really enjoyed this.
(de) wrote: The film has a fast pace in part due to its quick edits and cuts throughout. Worthy, but has a style that has to be tolerated.
(ru) wrote: Of course, Edward G. Robinson makes an indelible mark with the creation of the character of Little Caesar. I thought every other element of this film, though, was a step below the Howard Hawks/Paul Muni film Scarface released about a year later. Classic rise and fall story, as well as an observation on the underworld side of fame. Rico, Little Caesar, treats his friend Joe (Fairbanks Jr.) poorly when Joe decides he wants out of the gang to earn an honest living as a dancer. Fairbanks is rather stiff. The club where Joe dances is supported by gang funds anyways, so it is quite the tangled web holding the men to a life of crime. Like Scarface, this gangster picture is also based on the life of Al Capone.
(ca) wrote: My dad took me to see this movie when I was 13 and I really enjoyed it, rewatching it last week on Netflix though I think I really got the full scope of it. It's hilarious and dramatic, all in all a really dope romcom
(au) wrote: DiCaprio is god sent. And De Niro is just about amazing. My eyes failed to flinch for the entire 1 hour and 55 minutes of pure enticement.