Presents a day in the life of a few inhabitants of Tórshavn in the Faroe Islands: A father and his daughter are having breakfast when the fire-brigade drive by. A woman and her child are ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Atlantic Rhapsody - 52 myndir úr Tórshavn
Presents a day in the life of a few inhabitants of Tórshavn in the Faroe Islands: A father and his daughter are having breakfast when the fire-brigade drive by. A woman and her child are ...
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Matthew H (ca) wrote: Still funny but not as good as it could be
Nathaniel M (it) wrote: Emotional, quasi ghost film that explores the confusion after losing a loved one. Loved the indie simplicity, felt that it could have handled the supernatural in a less overly understated way.
Nur Syakinah G (us) wrote: As a fan of the south korean boy band Bigbang, i was really excited to see this movie because of the main actor, Choi Seunghyun/TOP, and i was not dissapointed at all. The flawless storytelling and character developement and to the amazingness and suspense. This is a movie that will make you laugh, smile and cry. 71:into the fire is the first south korean movie I've seen and probably the best I ever will. A must watch for all.
Cameron S (ru) wrote: 'Penance' is one of those films that sells itself as being "one of the most sadistic films ever made" and being "Terrifying", what it really is though is a pile of turd.The story revolves around a single mother called Amelia who desperately needs some cash, in hope of gaining said cash quickly Amelia becomes a stripper, after being promised $5000 for one nights work Amelia falls into a trap set up by a crazy ex-surgeon who is trying to purify strippers souls so they can pass into heaven, basically the whole story is a set up for torture, there's nothing wrong with that though, infact that's what I was expecting.One thing I want to say is that I'm not saying this film is crap because it is too disturbing and misogynistic, I mean, the full version of one of my favourite films is banned in most countries and is far more graphic and 1000000 times more misogynistic then 'Penance'.The reason this film sucks is because it does everything it intends to do it does wrong. First of all the start of the film is pretty slow, this is to add depth to the characters and make you feel for them, they all come off as idiots though, especially Amelia, she has to be one of the dumbest women of all time, why the hell would you stand around for 5 minutes having a conversation with someone when you are trying to escape? Oh, I know why, because you are a stupid bitch who thought stripping was the correct life choice to make.Next up there's the gore, it was terrible, what there was of it that is, for some reason the director thought it would be a good idea to make a torture porn movie which doesn't show any violence on screen, thus making the whole film pointless. There are obvious parts in the film that are meant to disturb, including a scene where a man cuts of his scrotum (offscreen of course), this scene is just one of the most unrealistic movie scenes of all time, I've never known a man to have balls the size of two potatoes, it's probably best he removed them as it looks like something is wrong with them, it's like he was smuggling two illegal tangerines around in his scrotum.Finally there's the ending, there's not much really to say about it apart from the fact it sucked. Overall here are my tips for the director (I haven't even been bothered to look up his name) -1. If you're making a suposedly violent film it helps to put violence in it.2. Hiring cult actors like Tony Todd doesn't make your film good, especially when their characters are crap.3. Give up on film making.This film really wants to shock you but fails to even try, don't buy it because you feel like watching some torture (everyone does that right?) and lastly don't buy it because the quotes make it sound like it could be fun, infact here's a new quote for the Dvd cover "This film sucks".
Scott M (es) wrote: Some of the most fantastically overacted death-by-gunshot sequences since the days of silent westerns.
Robert H (ru) wrote: FATHER'S DAY, starring Robin Williams and Billy Crystal, is fairly middling as comedies go. Still, the chemistry between Williams and Crystal is very good and both deliver a number of laughs with their own brands of comedy. Billy Crystal is the straight-laced, sarcastic type while Robin Williams is a high-strung, emotional wreck with a penchant for improvisation. The premise of the movie is that a woman (Nastassja Kinski) calls and tells each of them that they're the father of her 16-year-old son who just ran away. Then they go on the road in search of him and hijinks ensue. While the concept is rather far-fetched, if you throw plausibility out the window this movie can be enjoyable. Both of the leads get to revel in their schticks for what is essentially a paycheck gig, but it still looked like they had fun working with each other. The acting across the board is ok, but this type of movie doesn't really require too much anyway. The most important facet is the humor, and for the most part this movie does fine. A lot of the gags were lowbrow and borderline tasteless, but for what it's worth I laughed. That being said, there is one gag involving a porto-potty that was drawn out a little too long. On the negative side, there was a couple of things that disturbed me a little bit, considering Robin Williams recent death, namely, a couple of suicide jokes. When an actor plays a role, certain elements of their real life inevitably make it into the character, and there were some interesting comparisons one could make between Robin's character in this movie and his personality in real life. What really shocked me, however, was his introductory scene which shows him about to blow his brains out with a pistol. On the lighter side, there was a completely out-of-the-blue cameo in the last act that really threw me for a loop. Generally speaking, this is yet another one of Robin Williams' lesser comedies. It takes a ridiculous concept, stretches it a little too thin and piles on lowbrow gags, but it was still pretty funny in spite of itself.
Tim M (kr) wrote: Very dated. Luke Wilson plays the same character he did in Vacancy, Old School, Idiocracy, Rat Race etc. Strange movie and definitely feels a decade past it's prime. The cast is full of people before before they got big. I wouldn't watch it again without being baked.
Brendan N (fr) wrote: the team up promised alot but the story is very boring. the film should of been alot of fun but the writers had these guys very unlikable and one dimensional
Morten L (kr) wrote: Saw it recently for the first time for yonks and yonks...It's ok, but not as good I thought it would be. Clint is obviously good. Geoffrey Lewis is brilliant and Sondra Locke is actually a good actress.
Sam M (es) wrote: Funny and stupid a fair bit, but it works.
Alex R (it) wrote: Good film but gets tied up in the middle with too much back story.....and final fight scene is a bit of a let down, but it's a watchable film
Risa B (br) wrote: It had it's good points, but was too much like the previous pairing-up of Gene Tierney and Otto Preminger, Laura. Laura had a better cast and a catchy theme song.