Tension mounts between a director and his lead actress on the set of a sexually explicit low-budget film. As the actress and her co-star develop real feelings for each other, the director's jealousy erupts and he begins sabotaging his own production.
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(kr) wrote: Strong and stark, Hell and Back Again won't let war fade to black as Sft. Nathan Harris returns to the States from Afghanistan. The interweaving of battlefield and home-front dramas as well as the tedium of both lives brings war into a sharper focus than their more cinematic stereotypes.
(au) wrote: A little bit lacking when it comes to the storyline but the battle scenes are amazing.
(mx) wrote: A coming-of-age film about a boy living in a boarding school during the early 90's in South Africa. i thoroughly enjoyed it, but i can be sentimental at times. It has some life lessons, some humour and some sadness that makes for a great film watching experience. i would love to read the book and look forward to the second episode.
(fr) wrote: One of my all time favorites!!
(fr) wrote: Another masterpiece from the Master - Abbas Kiarostami.Such a wonderful movie.
(fr) wrote: Is that a sick movie to watch mashed??
(de) wrote: Woah! In my DVD-cover, there's Charles Bronson with a bazooka... what more could you possibly want?!? The answer is: a lot. The plot is just stupid, acting is from ass (according to the title... twice), music is terrible (real 80's), dialogue awkward and even the action scenes are lousy and idiotic (water-jets, motorbikes, bazookas etc.)... oh my.Even though late mr. Bronson is one of my all time favourite stone faces, I found this film to be a waste of time. Too bad.
(kr) wrote: Claude, you let your hippie friend die in the war in your place, that is not cool!
(au) wrote: Totally dull movie until the volcano explodes.
(mx) wrote: Not as much of a horror film as a sci-fi political thriller, but it works quite well in that vein. If you want the creepy scares, stick with "Village", but if you want more of a compelling message, this one still delivers.
(jp) wrote: its a kool version of the story
(es) wrote: I don't really agree with the critics this time, about this slightly forgotten Rogers&Astaire-flick. I think this is one of the better of their movies. Ginger Roger's cheeky remarks at Astaire and witty comments are some of what I like the most, along with their dancing performances. The plot is rather thin, but that doesn't matter. After all it's the kind of movie that people watched back then, expecting to be put in a better mood afterwards, like the Shirley Temple-movies. Fred Astaire plays a psychoanalyst Dr. Tony Flagg, who is going to analyze the very skeptical Amanda Cooper (played by Ginger Rogers), fiance of his friend. Roger's is not a big fan of Astair's preconceptions and "helping" attitude so she decides to talk some balderdash just to see what he says. The taunts from her continues to scatter as she meets Dr. Flagg again, but slowly falls in love with him instead of her fianc. Some of the extras that doesn't say or do much, but you will recognize if you've seen a few classics before are; Jack Carson (Cat on a hot tin roof), Hattie McDaniel being typically stereocasted as maid (Gone with the wind) and James Finlayson (dozens of Laurel&Hardy shorts). This movie also contains some fantastic dancing performances, and the chemistry between Rogers and Astair is just right, as usual.
(mx) wrote: Tim Burton stab at adapting the classic Roald Dahl book is overproduced and largely flat. The omission of Gene Wilder's classic "You get nothing!" freak out from the original film is unforgivable. Johnny Depp's Wonka is creepy in a real off-putting way. My suggestion for a better Wonka: Jeff Goldblum.
(nl) wrote: This movie is about the life of Grandmaster of Wing Chun, Yip Man, of taught the famous martial arts star, Bruce Lee