Confessions of a Nazi Spy
FBI agent Ed Renard investigates the pre-War espionage activities of the German-American Bund.
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Manny C (fr) wrote: All holiday-themed films should be this rich in humor and heartbreak. The Fitzgerald Family Christmas is low on bullshit, high risk-taking storytelling, all of it courtesy of Edward Burns, the writer, director and star who mines his Irish-Catholic roots and the spirit of his solid 1995 debut The Brothers McMullen. Burns is a man who knows the business of family. Burns is Gerry Fitzgerald, oldest of seven children whose mother is Josie (Anita Gillette, wonderful), a singel mother since her hsband, Big Jim (Ed Lauter), left them 20 years ago. Big Jim now has cancer and wants to be with the family for Christmas. Josie's not buying it, and the kids are divided. That's the film. Sounds contrived, but Burns and his stellar cast play it achingly for real, with deft comic notes and grit. Burns' film juggles a lot of characters, but we end up getting to know each one well. Brother Quinn (Michael McGlone) is looking to propose to his younger girlfriend (Daniella Pineda). Sister Sharon (Kerry Bishe) has her own sexual escapades with an older man (Noah Emmerich). Sister Dottie (Marsha Dietlin-Bennett) leaves her husband for a hunky gardener, sister Connie (Caitlin Fitgerald) is dealing with a pregnancy by an abusive boyfriend, while youngest brother Cyril (Tom Guiry) is fresh out of rehab. Then there's sister Erin (Heather Burns), who looks the part of the normal one and looks down on her family save for her father. The emotions roiling beneath are palpable. Burns brings in his Brothers McMullen co-star Connie Britton (tv's Friday Night Lights and Nashville) as Gerry's new love interest, and their scenes together are excellent and vibrant. Burns is a consummate indie filmmaker, an actor who works the Hollywood game to finance his own personal films. The Fitzgerald Family Christmas may be his finest.
Hector C (fr) wrote: muy divertida y excelente final
Mike W (fr) wrote: Spoof is usually entertaining, in the least.
Shan C (ca) wrote: bad remake of oldboy !!! 2 stars for john&sanjay dutt
Itamar K (ag) wrote: Stylized and atmospheric, I wouldn't list it with Greenaway's best works - it drags on a bit and could have probably been 30 minutes or so shorter - but it's a fascinating experience, though a very difficult one. It's a fascinating story, and it's definitely worth watching for fans of Greenaway's unique storytelling techniques and stylishness, and also for anyone interested in Rembrandt's art and life - you'll get over the British accent soon enough.
David J (mx) wrote: Way too loud and crazy. I had a lot of fun, but I felt its a unnecessary sequel.
Arturo P (ag) wrote: Harry Potter and the year no one got haircuts.
Ben B (de) wrote: This movie got a sequel? There is no God.
Widget L (ru) wrote: An excellent film about the French composers, Marin Marais and St. Colombe.
Ben C (fr) wrote: Tommy Lee Jones and Linda Hamilton do Mission Impossible in the 80's. And there is a NASA super car. Officially Awesome.
Paul D (mx) wrote: The 2014 Extended Director's Cut is a masterpiece. I was transfixed for the entire, unprecedented running time. Not to be missed.
Val K (jp) wrote: Is it completely wrong that I found this movie incredibly amusing & came up with my own dialogs?!
Josh M (nl) wrote: Not as bad as everyone says it is, but it is not good either. Paying homage to the birth of video games will always pull me in. Thanks to this unique movie idea the younger generation might now gain some knowledge of video game history.