Twins separated at infancy are brought up differently. One weak, one strong. One day, they end up at each others house. Their life is not the same anymore. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Twins separated at infancy are brought up differently. One weak, one strong. One day, they end up at each others house. Their life is not the same anymore.
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David C (nl) wrote: Super fascinating look at the early days (2009-2011) of Minecraft and Mojang that most focuses on the game's creator, Markus Persson.
Avid C (ca) wrote: The Source is an excellent Arabic movie about the social modernization of the Maghreb back country, that westerners can easily associate with.The good. Powerful subjects. Extremely compelling story, touching and full of emotions. Tightly built scenario. Nice B and C stories. Very realistic characters. Actual setting, nothing fake.The bad. Nothing.The ugly. Nothing.The result. Many can enjoy this flick, but highly recommended to anyone who like social justice, grass root non-violent movements, or tales set in a simple village. Not recommended to those who like slick movies.
Alex K (es) wrote: My Favorite Comedy Film Is 1933's Duck Soup.
richard c (ca) wrote: The only point of this film is its sexy cast. Everything else falls by the wayside including script, dialogue, acting. It's about professional bikers and there melodramatic lives. Mildly entertaining with a spike of sexuality.
Andy S (de) wrote: Love love love this movie!
Sharmayne S (jp) wrote: This movie was made for a target audience. Pre teen girls and young girls who loved the spice girls. It's a kids movie. Kids movies are silly. Of course men and boys will hate this movie and older women who don't even like the spice girls won't like it either! When i was a kid i LOVED this movie. Adults should not rate kids movies.
TonyPolito (ca) wrote: In terms of plot, dialogue and action, Outrage is a Xerox copy of Japanese director Kurosawa's legendary, innovative Rashomon (1950). Outrage transplants a Western motif - samurai becomes former Confederate colonel, channeling medium becomes Indian medicine-man, Japanese bandit becomes Mexican bandito. Perhaps more palatable to American theatre-goers, but the migration muddles. Rashomon's a much better fit with historical elements of Japanese culture such as samurai legend, kabuki and face-saving of honor. What Southern belle would ask her husband to kill her so he wouldn't be dishonored by the shame of her being raped? More importantly, Rashomon's innovative cinematography is mostly missing here. Kurosawa broke the 180-degree rule as the witness walks into the forest to intentionally disorient the viewer. And defied convention by shooting straight into the sun, up through the thick canopy of trees. Both done to convey entry into another world. He swings the camera 270 degrees, pivoting on a face, more than once. Kurosawa shot B&W, creating incredible visuals. Faces, simultaneously covered with shadows of leaves and mirrored natural sunlight, symbolize the co-existence of good and evil in men. Kurosawa employed left-to-right wipes for certain transitions, unseen in Outrage. Kurosawa's evocative facial close-ups, where every single drop of sweat looks precision-placed, probably inspired Sergio Leone. And Rashomon's the first use of flashback as device; in fact, Kurosawa actually employed flashback inside flashback. Outrage is all-but-forgotten due to such directorial shortcomings; ask even an avid film fan when Edward G. Robinson played a snake-oil salesman or Paul Newman played a Mexican bandito and see just how forgotten it is. RECOMMENDATION: If you've seen Rashomon, take a pass. If not, spin them both as double-bill - and see how great direction can easily trump great acting.
M Z (nl) wrote: Nice, worth to check out for Pacino alone. Hysterical courtroom drama.
Bruno V (jp) wrote: Liked it my idea ...a specially when Amy Adams reveals the real story ....
Justice F (it) wrote: Decent but very sad movie B+
JJ H (gb) wrote: An entertaining post-appocyplic film that stars the great Bruce Campbell. With an original concept, great gore, and fantastic zombie, this is worth your time. If Bruce was in the film more, I'd think this would be worthy of owning. I'm dead serious. "Hail to the King!"
Martins S (ru) wrote: This movie was complete failure with unlogicaly boring speaking and movie was boring to watch.
John A (de) wrote: A Fun Buddy-Comedy. It's Filled With One-Liners, And Some Decent Suspense.