Cairn is a dark film on adolescence in which the main character Johan (11) faces a moral dilemma after having started playing a seemingly innocent prank. The story unfolds on a l level in the turbulent transition between childhood and adulthood.

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Emanuel P (br) wrote: Well shot B movie with a Hostel type storyline.


Ben C (br) wrote: This is not Verhoeven's weakest outing at directing a movie. What made this somewhat disappointing is that the Hollow Man starts off as a Science Fiction where a cocky scientist attempts to turn invisible and back to impress his female co-worker, and it gradually evolves into a horror movie where the one that started everything attempts to end everything. In a nutshell, it would be as if Paul Verhoeven decided to direct The Fly, with a few notable connections thrown in. Though I have to say, some of the camera direction and the special effects really are spectacular.

Jack W (kr) wrote: Toys that come to life. Where have I seen that before?

Kace C (br) wrote: Reality Bites [1994] It's not a good film, but I'm in love with Lelaina and Troy :) 5/10

Jens T (au) wrote: Frank Lloyd's Cavalcade from 1933 Is defently a picture that I wouldn't find if it hasn't won the academy award for best picture, because that's the only reason that this movie has survive the test of time. This is the story of two families in britain durring the period from 1899 to 1933, durring the biggest events in the great british empires history, the boer war, the death of Queen Victoria, Titanic, and the first world war. An epic film about families, some grows and some fades away. Cavalcade is a film that todays seems like a picture with total lack of originality or plot and problems. it is all written. We know how peoples reations on the different events is going to be, there's nothing new. The acting is terrible, to theatrical. The only thing I can point out, that is good about this movie is two montage. The first one shows the intire horror of the first world war, kind of like the soviet montage films. The other montage shows us the present day, the thirties, the new and uncertain time. But other wise, it's the worst of the worst. Thumbs Down!

John R (kr) wrote: 150518: A rather slow film interspersed with inspirational moments. Want to give it 3.5 stars but this is Ali, the greatest. Personally, I'd rather see the documentaries as I find it hard to accept the actors as the true characters. With that, Will Smith must be one of the most underrated actors. Good job being someone he isn't.

gary c (nl) wrote: An illiterate blowhard pro-wrestler becomes POTUS in a dumbed-down future This seemed pure fantasy in 2005, but has turned into reality in 2017. This is a MUST SEE !

Danny R (ca) wrote: James Clavell's good humored, touching story concerning a black, idealistic out-of-work engineer named Mark Thackery, played magnificently by Sidney Poitier, in one of the finest performances of his distinguished career, who turns to teaching at a high school at London's tough East End slum. The novice teacher faces a class full of disruptive, rambunctious undisciplined, working-class students who set out to destroy him just as they had his predecessor, by breaking his spirit. But Thackeray, no stranger to racism and hostility, meets the challenge by treating the students as young adults who will soon be entering the workplace. Frustrated by his pupil's lack of manners, he disposes of conventional teaching methods, puts away the textbooks, in favour of conversing with his students on varying subjects using his own real-life experiences. His students eventually learn to respect and even appreciate him; referring to him as only 'Sir,' as the teacher-student bond develops one blonde toughie, Pamela, played beautifully by Judy Geeson, acquires a crush on him, the almost-love scene between them is nicely handed. The film is based on the novel by E.R. Brathwaite and skillfully directed by Clavell, who also wrote the engaging screenplay. Terrific supporting performances by Christian Roberts, Suzy Kendall, Lulu, Geoffrey Bayldon, Patricia Routledge, Ann Bell, Michael Des Barres, and Rita Webb. But it's Sidney Poitier's earnest, intelligent turn that dominates this fine film. Lulu's breakout title song for the film became a world-wide hit. A classic groundbreaking classroom drama. Highly Recommended.

John T (ag) wrote: Wow what a dumb movie. Yes it is entertaining enough to keep on as you fold laundry but hard to believe that this horrendous story had a budget of 28 million.