An optimistic (and witty) discovery of what people are already doing, what we as a nation could be doing and what the world needs to do to prevent (or at least slow down) the impending climate crisis. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
An optimistic (and witty) discovery of what people are already doing, what we as a nation could be doing and what the world needs to do to prevent (or at least slow down) the impending climate crisis.
- Stars:Bill Murray, Laura Linney, Samuel West, Olivia Colman, Elizabeth Marvel, Olivia Williams, Elizabeth Wilson, Martin McDougall, Andrew Havill, Rohit T. Aggarwala, Jerry M. Allums, Lela Allums, Peter Barnes, Richard Branson, George Bravo, Lester Brown, Sean Casten, Ralph Cavanagh, Jim Chevallier, Roger Duncan, Michael Dunham, Cliff Etheredge, David Etheredge, Bob Fox,
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John W (it) wrote: The best thing about this was the appearance of a Dalek; at which point my daughter said very loudly several times, "look daddy it's a Dalek. It's a Dalek isn't it daddy."
Kevin V (nl) wrote: Wow...what a horrible movie. Bad script and acting. Don't see this movie...even if it's for free!!
Jonathan T (au) wrote: absolute art. cinema in its highest form as a band of french film students set off to war-torn sarajevo to make a film entitled "The Fatal Bolero". one of the most beautifully-filmed motion pictures i've ever laid eyes on
Sydney H (kr) wrote: isn't it supposed to be HOLLYWOOD DREAMS?
Lilo C (gb) wrote: There is always one thing to expect in a Charles Bronson Movies, violence beyond your fuckin imagination.
Christina E (mx) wrote: One of my favorite 80's movies. Need to buy this!
Craig H (de) wrote: Not as good as the second film or even the first but still definitely worth seeing... it takes the completely wrong direction in the last 20 or so minutes though... Also except for a few instances the surrealism that was so prominent in the second film is more or less gone. It has the best characterization of the series.
Dan H (ca) wrote: Christine is a film that is sadly overlooked these days. When most people think of great Stephen King adaptations, they usually think of The Shining or Misery...but for my money Christine is the best that there is, it's got a pretty good atmosphere, some great character development, great tension, and some pretty great scary parts too. Christine is a great, fun film that is sure to chill most and that any fan of John Carpenter, Stephen King, or good horror movies should not miss.
Alex C (mx) wrote: While the film is undoubtedly a distinguishable work of art thanks to its evoking picturesque of society and melancholic story-telling, which I think have given the film a distinction from his other works, I don't recognize Mizoguchi's presence at most. I believe, from my perspective as a great fan of the director, the film lays in one of his weakest achievements. Story-wise, it is more like a tale of subjective morality than a depiction of the struggling life of the slave. It isn't lacking performance, but the film suffers from tiresome repetitive tone to convince our mind that the film proposes us to sympathize with the characters. I was more interested in the fate of the mother, rather than indulging myself in fantasy-like ballad of the brother.
Jacky L (ag) wrote: haha. some brilliant, funny lines here delivered in such a dumb blonde manner they were hilarious. this is one classic that travels well. the theme of wanting that 15 minutes of fame is still relevant today, if not more so.
David B (gb) wrote: Enjoyable early focus on serial killer on the loose in London. It will keep you riveted to your seat as Ball goes undercover to discover the real culprit. Is it her lover Sanders? or Karloff? I wont spoil it but there are some good twists and turns. Sanders turns in a believable performance and those fans of Lucille Ball will be surprised by her excellent performance here. Art direction is exquisite as in most of this director's work.