Newspaper magnate, Charles Foster Kane is taken from his mother as a boy and made the ward of a rich industrialist. As a result, every well-meaning, tyrannical or self-destructive move he makes for the rest of his life appears in some way to be a reaction to that deeply wounding event.
- Stars:Joseph Cotten, Dorothy Comingore, Agnes Moorehead, Ruth Warrick, Ray Collins, Erskine Sanford, Everett Sloane, William Alland, Paul Stewart, George Coulouris, Fortunio Bonanova, Gus Schilling, Philip Van Zandt, Georgia Backus, Harry Shannon,
- Director:Orson Welles,
Following the death of a publishing tycoon, news reporters scramble to discover the meaning of his final utterance. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Citizen Kane torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Strangely unengaging documentary.Korengal follows the lives of a company of US Army soldiers stationed at an outpost in Afghanistan in 2007-8. It is the sequel to Restrepo, which was nominated for a Best Documentary Oscar in 2011.Maybe it is because I haven't seen Restrepo (yet), but this documentary just doesn't work for me. It doesn't do much wrong - there is a good mix of interviews and live action footage and there is a degree of conclusiveness to it all. Yet I wasn't engaged. The whole thing just seemed to plod along and I didn't feel any real affinity towards the soldiers.There is also a large degree of gung-ho-ness and bravado, which is a bit off-putting. The movie doesn't feel balanced enough. Maybe that's the problem.
(ru) wrote: Quirky. I like this take on romance.
(ru) wrote: Apres "L'Italien", Baroux refait une comedie sur l'integration mais au niveau du statut social cette fois-ci. J'avais quelques apprioris avant de le regarder mais c'est plutot reussi et drole.
(jp) wrote: Good performance by Sally Struthers (who is from All in the family) -would watch again but I don't know after that. C+
(es) wrote: Although I'm sure the director didn't intend it, this film is so awful it is funny in a variety of ways.
(nl) wrote: A brilliantly brutal insight into the sheer madness of the Vietnam War.
(mx) wrote: Not the most original movie, especially coming only a few years after very similar movies like The Terminator and Highlander. But what keeps the movie interesting despite an unoriginal plot is the strong acting by the main three characters. They all do a good job with the roles. The only minor complaint I have as it considers the acting though is Lori Singer later in the movie. The ditzy, California girl act was likable the first half, but it kind of wore off towards the end. It became a bit annoying when they were in the cemetery having to dig up pages of the book, only for her to be taking her precious time and freaking out for having to touch a dead body. A 300 year old, barely still a skeleton dead body. I can understand people being squeamish, but the fate of the entire universe lies in getting the damn pages ten feet away onto consecrated ground and she's diddling around because she doesn't want to touch a skeleton. Actually, the bigger problem would be her character taking an unnecessary turn halfway through. Early on in the movie she is cursed to age twenty years every day, but she breaks the curse about halfway through the movie. I understand the bigger threat was the fate of the universe, but doesn't our characters have some vulnerabilities make them more interesting? The curse should have been broken at the end of the movie when they stopped the warlock. It was just kind of odd and made the second half a bit less interesting because of that. Overall though, no real complaints about this one. It was fun and entertaining. Not a classic masterpiece, but enjoyable nonetheless.