Diary of a Country Priest
A frail priest is assigned to a small French provincial town where he slowly is able to help some wayward souls rediscover their faith in God, but must soon contend with his own realization that he is dying.
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jen (it) wrote: You just handed me my Empire!
Jason D (ru) wrote: Ah, Beaks: the Movie (or Birds of Prey...or El ataque de los pjaros). Either way you say it, the end result is a laughable and somewhat boring nature run-amok film that is in no way better than, say, Alfred Hitchock's The Birds (though I will say that it IS much, much better than The Birds II: Lands End, strangely enough). Beaks centers on a reporter played by Michelle Johnson (Dr. Giggles, Waxwork) who looks way better these days than she did in this film (they do have her in "nude" scenes, but I'm pretty sure they are stunt titties). Sorry, got off track. She is also accompanied by cameraman/lover Christopher Atkins who, still somewhat hot from his role in The Blue Lagoon, began his fall from grace by starring in this and other low rent horror films, including Mortuary Academy, Shakma, and Dracula Rising. Wow, got off track again. Anyways, these two are reporting on several incidents involving bird attacks throughout Spain and Italy. As they begin to increase, a few kills happen, some bodies show up, and the climax involves a two part storyline with out two main characters riding out the danger in a train while and old man and his daughter celebrate his granddaughter's birthday party amidst a backlash of bird attacks. There's minimal gore and bird attack action, but for the most part, this film is rather tame, outdated, and boring. Good for a laugh or for true fans of nature run-amok horror films.
Tony P (ru) wrote: Yutte Stensgaard is one delicious Dane. Hammer knew how to pick its leading ladies.
Daniel K (au) wrote: I'll stick with Ozu and Kurosawa. This is the best of Mizoguchi's films I've seen thus far, but it falls very short of being a masterpiece in my opinion. He builds up a strong cast of characters and tracks the narrative elements through quite effectively, but it still lacks the emotional punch he seems to be striving for. I fail to really identify with the characters. I still believe part of this is his camerawork and his tendency to remain at a slight distance. His camera acts as an observer rather than as a participant in the action. It is an effective film, but unless one had a vested interest in prostitution I can't imagine loving it or being incredibly moved by it. It is apparently an example of art enabling social change though.
Daniel J (au) wrote: I think this was a decent horror film!
Spencer P (mx) wrote: Bursting with imagination, incredible animation, and plenty of off-beat humor, The Boxtrolls is a more universal entry in Laika's canon, even with its well-trodden plot.
Karsh D (it) wrote: Poor horror comedy where a bullied metal head hears subliminal messages and they have dire consequences....one of them being the film runs for another 70 minutes
Dorianator F (it) wrote: Amazing movie. Very emotional, very personal, and very eye-opening film about Marlon Brando, from the words of Marlon Brando
Tristan P (nl) wrote: The cast of I Saw the Light is incredible, and the dialogue is often captivating, but it's held back considerably by very poor pacing and the fact that it never really knows what part of Hank Williams' legendary life to focus on.