Biography of Arthur Harris (aka "Bomber Harris") of RAF Bomber Command, during WW2 - in particular his strategy of heavy bomber "Millenium Raids" on German cities. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Biography of Arthur Harris (aka "Bomber Harris") of RAF Bomber Command, during WW2 - in particular his strategy of heavy bomber "Millenium Raids" on German cities.
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open 7 (jp) wrote: Were promised a different side of Jackie Chan - no more nice guy and then he was the nice guy - what gives?. The story was compelling, the sets and locations and clothes were beautiful and it was easy to get into the characters, the action was compelling. So what was missing? what could have taken this beyond the formula of chinese/japanese gangster films? It just felt that this should have been darker and more menacing - I never got involved with the characters. Disliked the jie character - with his very plastic anime characterisation.
Carrie J (ru) wrote: probably one of the dumbest movies I've ever seen...it was just stupid, the acting was terrible and the people getting naked was really pointless
Jonny C (ru) wrote: Recommended by Scotty. I'm keeping my eye out for this one.
MARCUS1138 (au) wrote: "Maybe I could do your sewing?"
MF J (kr) wrote: A nice sequel to the adventure of our favorite clumsy reporter. Maybe not as charming as the first one but definitely nice to watch.
Janne F (ag) wrote: Jeg simpelthen digger Nielsens animastiske verden=) Megatft manus, men synes at kvaliteten p replikkene varierer en del, dessverre.. Slutten var kjip=(
Daniel C (jp) wrote: Funny and decent performances but the script is too simple and has boring characters with boring and unoriginal background stories. Jack Black was the best in this film and his performance was mediocre at best. Good film to pass the time and to laugh occasionally but lacks a good story to be considered even half good.
Jessica H (au) wrote: These 3 actors are perfect for their roles and they work great together.
Jeff B (fr) wrote: I enjoyed this one quite a bit. Will Ferrell does a great job as Nick the dejected alcoholic on the outs, a rare serious role he handles with great skill. It is based in a Raymond Carver short story. Interesting that I am teaching a couple of his stories this semester at one of the local colleges. The film doesn't add much to the story, but it's handled well by all involved and the rapport between Nick and Samantha (Rebecca Hall) as well as Nick and Kenny (Christopher Jordan Wallace) is enough to carry the film.Who would think that a guy living in his front yard after having his stuff thrown out by his irate wife, would be enough to carry a film. The three main characters create an intriguing triangle, but the neighbours and his sponsor add the necessary spice and intrigue to make the film worth the while.It has its interesting twists, but it is the growth found between the main characters, their support of each other and their love, when it gets down to it, that drives the film and makes it quite enjoyable. Not an all time classic, but a thoroughly enjoyable film for anyone looking for a little distraction from their own problems.
Nate M (mx) wrote: This one isn't for everyone. It has some Lynch-type imagery and some minimalistic touches, reminiscient of Jarmusch. This is one of Pitt's most unique roles. Also, look for Sam Jackson and Nick Cave in cameo roles.
Afa O (fr) wrote: * miss gorgor 4 * miss anita mui also. gorgor was too handsome in the movie! haha
bill s (it) wrote: not one,ONE laugh.....boring.
Joanna C (gb) wrote: The Puppies were Adorable. :D
Gianni V (kr) wrote: Film praticamente antropologico. Mia moglie, che e' francese, non riusciva a credere ai suoi occhi: "ma in Italia succede veramente cosi'???" + un'attrice che e' una grandissima GNOCCA.
Nyk P (ru) wrote: A pure classic.... shows it's age but that's not always a bad thing.... Harryhausen as always makes this movie with his stop motion effects.
Jack G (nl) wrote: This is a curious picture in that it's the one feature made during the "classic" Disney animated period (before/during/just after WW2) that might not be that appealing to children. I say 'might' since I can't say for certain for all kids; I think if I saw this when I was younger, it would be a delight, but then it's a movie made for people who may want to know all of THIS that Disney did was possible. It's a hybrid of documentary, ridiculous narrative with a man named Robert Benchley, and actual cartoons.It's actually a treat to watch for a number of reasons, the first being that it shows the process of a Disney animated movie, a short or feature or whatever. You get to see here the voice actors - as soon as Clarence Nash came on doing Donald Duck my face lit up - and then on to how all of the synchronized sound is out together for the audio effects (hint: there are a LOT of them), and then down to things that most of us take for granted like how paints are made and how the camera works (the multi-plane one that was in heavy use at the time). There's also some character demonstrations and even a clip for the sync-sound portion where we see a portion of Dumbo with the Casey Jr train, only it's much longer and may be its own short which is very charming on its own.The whole narrative thrust of the movie is so slight that I'm sure the director and whoever was behind this movie barely paid attention to it, where Benchley has an idea to give to Disney for The Reluctant Dragon, gets on to the Disney lot and tries to find good ol' Walt and then gets distracted by every single department. Any time the movie stops to give heed to Benchley it's unfunny and stops dead in its tracks. It might just be because I don't know about Benchley (was he popular at the time, probably, I see he has a list of acting credits), but it doesn't really matter and it kills the real momentum of the piece. I suppose the thought was if it was a straight documentary instead of this man as a 'travel guide' it would be more dry. I'm not sure it would've been since everything to do with how a cartoon gets made - including the storyboard segment on Baby Weems which is pure delight - is fascinating just by how comedy builds and falls.Ironically by the time the movie gets to the full Reluctant Dragon cartoon (surprise/spoiler: Disney's one appearance is in the projection room about to screen the finished short, wop-wop), it's slightly a let-down. It's charming enough and has its moments, but it's too long at 20 minutes and as a short it starts to drag in the middle. I think if you're a kid coming to this today you should know the whole feature isn't a cartoon (oddly enough on the DVD release it just comes with the cartoon and a few other shorts so I guess that was forward thinking on Disney's part), but if you love the old process of animation, from drawing to paints to inking to character work (look at how they use that baby for inspiration!) it's a treat.PS: The irony of this whole movie is that it came out at just the time when Disney animators were striking (the animators in the movie are all actors, as I pretty much expected) and the strikers later went to theaters showing it with signs saying "The Reluctant Disney" due to his lack of equal wages.
Tristan Y (de) wrote: Actors like Michael Sheen are wasted in films like this..