The film is based on the novel of the same name by the Russian writer Leo Tolstoy. “All happy families resemble each other, each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way, ” goes the novel’s opening sentence. The melodrama centers around a tragic story of love and infidelity, the destiny of a woman who irrevocably changes her life for the sake of a passion. Anna Karenina finds it impossible to renounce her feelings for the loved one. She rejects the morals of society and tries to defend her right to love. Her husband bars Anna from her son, her acquaintances turn their backs on her… Starring in the title role was the famous Russian actress Tatiana Samoilova (“The Cranes Are Flying”).
Aaron M (jp) wrote: Palo Alto does an amazing job of captivating the pure confusion of adolescence. While each character deals with their own demons, Gia Coppola does a stunning job of telling their stories in a unique fashion. This may seem confusing or scattered to some, but he it truly struck a note with me. I wish the film could be a bit more conclusive as a whole, but it left a bittersweet captivating feeling inside me.
Marie N (br) wrote: 3 stars - I gave this score only cause there was no hero in this story, typical horror/psycho genere
Mark R (kr) wrote: I hate this already just for the fucking stupid banner thing on Facebook. Fuck off, would you? I've seen a girl in her bra before. It does not entice me to watch this film.
Liang Q (au) wrote: Such a wonderfully authentic movie! Well I'd be lying if I say I didn't feel people in the movie are on the border of crazy but anyway, sometimes the real regular life can turn out to be ultra crazy. Couple arguing over a gum, old husband and wife reuniting over 35 years apart, wife fighting with cousin who has an affair with her husband; youngster hijacking a bus for the woman he wants to marry: unbelievable events are connected and the real life of Puerto Ricans gradually unfolds in front of the audience. Anyway, if you grow tired to watching effect-heavy movies, this would be a good choice for refreshment.
Jamie C (es) wrote: Brilliant return to the ring as I was worried when I first heard about this but turns out i love it, Well acted by all the cast and Stallone looks pretty good for his age, The training montage and the fight were classic rocky but more realistic and worked very well, Our fears are pit aside as Rocky Balboa stands tall with the classics.
Monika S (es) wrote: Powerful Movie....powerful music n lyrics
sky r (jp) wrote: bollywood dreams is a great great film i love it
Heather T (ag) wrote: Its been awhile, but Clint is always good. Movie for the day is Pink Cadillac.
Ben R (us) wrote: This movie brings back such great early 90's cable tv memories. If you're a wrestling fan or a sci-fi cheesy movie fan...you could do alot worse than this.
Orlok W (us) wrote: Henry, portrait of a serial drinker--No redeeming characters, but still likable!!
Peter R (au) wrote: The worst part about this movie is that the character's never actually do anything to advance the plot. All of their dialogue is reserved to petty squabbles and technobabble, and the film is too interested in its own special effects to even bother with letting them do much more than sit around and watch. Most of the movie is just shots of the Enterprise floating around in space and the crew looking on in awe.
Kristine A (ru) wrote: Robby Benson & Skating Need I say more...
Shawn W (fr) wrote: Brilliant premise from Golan-Globus about an loner American soldier who gets pulled into fighting an illegal arms deal arranged by a corrupt French businessman with an army of Japanese ninjas in the Philippines. A winner.
Dori M (kr) wrote: Loved this movie! Made me yearn to be a teen-ager again! Compelling story with excellent acting. It kept you wondering about what was going to happen next, and really caring about the characters. if you don't give a hoot about the people in the movie..it's a waste of time really.
J B (es) wrote: Based on her influential memoir, "Testament of Youth" recounts Vera Brittain's harrowing story of love and loss during the First World War. Alicia Vikander shines as Brittain, a young woman whose strength of will and character are superseded only by her grace and compassion.