Children of Heaven
Zohre's shoes are gone; her older brother Ali lost them. They are poor, there are no shoes for Zohre until they come up with an idea: they will share one pair of shoes, Ali's. School awaits...
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Faith M (it) wrote: Romantic comedies are often critcized for lack of depth when trying to execute meaningful storylines - however early on in the film Confessions of a Shopaholic establishes itself as being pleasantly fun. However with such a talented cast, the light tone it sets can seem as rather fleeting due to the potiential for more.
Ronny C (ca) wrote: The unexpected is always with us.
Joseph W (gb) wrote: I greatly enjoyed this movie. It is incredibly well done in regards to filmmaking & talent! Well deserved Oscar winning/nominated performances from Hudson & Murphy, who've got some serious singing & acting chops!
Andy B (us) wrote: 3.5/5-This has to be watched with the proper perspective which is this came out in 1973 before fancy effects, before other films that seemingly have borrowed from it like Terminator or (Micheal Crichton's own) Jurassic Park. The story is quite interesting and completely creepy, Yul Brynner plays a very disturbing evil robot quite well too. There are some flaws here, starts slow with a lot of prose and the editing was choppy in parts. You are also left a little wanting at the end, its a pretty short film. Overall decent film debut for one of the best Sci-fi writers ever.
Ian C (de) wrote: Errol Flynn may have been the king of swashbucklers during Hollywood's Golden Years, but Tyrone Power was a close second, and as he did in "The Mark of Zorro" and "The Black Swan," he proves it in "Prince of Foxes." It's more of a costumed drama with some good action scenes rather than an all-out swashbuckler, but that's nothing to complain about - especially since it's a well-written, well-acted, well-filmed drama with steady pacing.Based on the novel by Samuel Shellabarger, The movie takes place in the early 1500s in Renaissance Italy, which is fragmented into numerous smaller city-states with their own rule. Cesare Borgia (Orson Welles) or the infamous Borgia family, intends to unite Italy under his banner, and dispatches his most trusted agent, Captain Andrea Orsini (Tyrone Power) to use his gift for cunning and guile to manipulate events to enable Borgia's conquest with minimal effort. However, Orsini has a change of heart, courtesy of a lovely noblewoman (Wanda Hendrix) whose husband he is supposed to betray to Borgia. He ends up turning on Borgia, leading to spectacular battle scenes and a surprising betrayal I did not see coming (I won't tell you who does the betraying or who gets betrayed).Filmed on location in Italy, "Prince of Foxes" is a lavish production, and while I usually have no problem watching movies in black and white, the sets and costumes make me wish I could have seen them in color. As mentioned before, Power performs well here, and Welles makes an imposing villain. The movie benefits from being directed by Henry King, who's no stranger to directing quality movies of this genre. The supporting cast is also strong and compelling, and helps make a solid movie even better.A great movie that I'd definitely see again, and another winner for Tyrone Power.
Harry B (ru) wrote: A decent entry in the series, though I wish more had been done with the trappings of magic.
tahlia j (nl) wrote: it was the most beautiful heart felt movie I have ever seen <3 <3 <3
Mike J (ag) wrote: It's still disturbing all these years...
Fernando C (ru) wrote: turistas is one of those movies, I know it will be silly, dumb, everything it makes a bad movie, but I know I will like it