Death of a Cyclist
A couple having an affair strike a bicyclist with their car and do not offer aid out of fear of their relationship being exposed.
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Conrad T (kr) wrote: An unknown piece of WWII history learnt. Salute to those Czechs who sacrificed their lives fighting and never surrender.
Shanshank S (mx) wrote: Chal Kudiye ne, Chal mere naal Tera mera milna.. Double Dhamal...In my life Double Dhamal is going on ! So, it was must watch for me ! ha ha ha ! Its pretty damn dumb.
Dave C (es) wrote: A unique experience to be sure that is not going to captivate everyone, but to be sure it will captivate some. It's a grand undertaking and a truly interesting journey by director Philip Groening in attempting to document life in what is referred to as "one of the world's most ascetic monasteries". Initially turned down in his request to enter in to their community and film their daily routines, 16 years later Groening recieves a phone call that allows him access to film for the duration of a year. And so what we get here is a truly realistic picture of what happens within the walls of this monastery, and perhaps one of the most honest pictures of every day monastic life we might ever find outside of journeying through it ourselves.This film requires patience, make no mistake about it. And it should be noted that this might not be so much a masterpiece of film making as it is about the experience yourself. And I guess the question is whether you can enter in to that and how you enter in to that which will define what you take away from this. The film seems to bounce around from truly inspirational and humorous (see recreational activities and casual moments of conversation) to what feels to be a completely mundane and arduous viewing process. And this is the true wonder of this documentary is the way that this viewing process is most certainly intended to mimic the reality of the monastic life itself, a life that works hard to set its feet firmly in discipline so as to find true revelation in the midst of the every day and mundane. One of the most awe inspiring aspects of this film is recognizing how these dedicated monks have given their lives to praying on our behalf. They are in the trenches doing the daily work that many of us fail to do even in small amounts in a given week. It is a true sacrifice, and one that they give their lives to. And that is a humbling experience to say the least and something we all could probably aspire to in some sense. I must confess that my own experience with this went up and down. Yes, I found it long. I found it dragged certainly in moments. I nodded off a few times. But there were a few truly inspiring moments that made this worth it in the end. To call this an amazing film though would probably feel like I am simply giving a film a great rating on the fact that is different than the status quo. Into Great Silence is what it is. It's a rare glimpse in to a life that is sure to b foreign to most of us. It's not a film so much as it is a chance to see that and take away from it what you will. And so any final verdict on this will depend on the head space of the viewer, their sense of inspiration in the moment, and perhaps what they are able to take away from it in a particular given viewing according to their own experience.
Hobie P (es) wrote: Chessy effects,& not so brilliant script but on the other hand its got a few suspense scenes but other than that I wasn't really impressed.
Caitlin L (ca) wrote: They are so adorable together. Such a sweet and sad story.
David S (au) wrote: What a fantastic movie. A mixture of The Hills Have Eyes and Wrong Turn, only perhaps even better. Great, great film. You want deformity? You want crazy death scenes? You want hot chicks? Then you want this film. It's marketed as having Richard Grieco, and even moreso (including DVD cover picture) Jenna Jameson in it, but their roles are incredibly small. But this didn't matter one bit. The rest (although bad actors) were great in their respective roles. A fun fright night flick.
Shiva K (fr) wrote: Irresistible combination of realism and fun. Cheerful. Joyous. Awesome. Don't miss this Big-Fat-Indian-Wedding..
Brian D (gb) wrote: ANOTHER GOOD MOVIE THAT HAS NO WORDS
Shine G (au) wrote: Another favourite Bruce movie. I know people pick on this movie including Bruce as he's done on Letterman. I personally feel Bruce did a great job at writing his first script. It's just a little fun, nothing to be taken seriously (its Hollywood after all). And Bruce if you ever see this... I WILL Play Nintendo with you :)
Peter H (fr) wrote: Powerful human drama about self-realization and psychological freedom in the face of overbearing traditions and a looming father figure.
John G (de) wrote: It's a hard movie of Sautet. And something doesn't really fit in here. It is it the time of the century. His judgement on Cesar is extremely harsh and unrealistic. Still, the music is great, the play of Montand and Schneider superb. But it gives a bad feeling somewere. Perhaps that is the reason this movie is so good.
Ruth L (ru) wrote: Surprised me how much I DIDN'T like it.
Chris D (au) wrote: For a direct-to-video Disney film, Tinkerbell, the first in the Disney Fairies franchise, shows lots of effort in giving an wonderful experience for families and Disney fans thanks to its beautifully lush animations, a strong message of acceptance, and a stand-out voice work by Mae Whitman.
Felipe F (mx) wrote: Displaying technical prowess and some fine acting, War Horse is a mild and watchable drama - even if it doesnt quite match Spielbergs former feats.
Jason K (de) wrote: If Sickboy got a job in AnR. FIN
Kah D (us) wrote: probably the worst script and film I have ever seen in my life