Eight Days a Week

Eight Days a Week

Peter loves his next door neighbour Erica and, on the advice of his grandfather, decides to camp out on her front lawn for the entire summer, or until she agrees to go out with him. His father is none too happy about the idea and refuses to let his son back in the house, even to get a change of clothes.

Peter loves his next door neighbour Erica and, on the advice of his grandfather, decides to camp out on her front lawn for the entire summer, or until she agrees to go out with him. His ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Adam F (ru) wrote: An uninteresting, boring film. Most (not all) jokes fell flat and any scary moments were just jump scares. Don't waste your time on this.

John J B (ag) wrote: We like this film about acceptance and healing other ans being healed as well.

Troy D (de) wrote: Shot on what had to be a shoe string budget and looks it "Cold Weather" is a different kind of modern noir crime thriller. It's not as good as "Brick" which is in a class all it's own but this cast of unknowns and unpolished look really gave it a unique feel. There are no big action beats that you'd get from a typical studio feature and most of the time is spent watching average people do average things but when a brief moment of suspense comes you feel that sense of urgency that the characters do. Not a movie I'd watch again and it's a tough one to recommend b/c of its pacing but it does deserve to be seen. I'm looking forward to this directors next outing.

Aaron M (it) wrote: Dead Snow is better than it deserves to be, its one of those daft zombie B-Movies which have been done hundreds of times before. However its actually quite entertaining, it does get a bit boring towards the end but has plenty of action and gore. Its mindless fun, its difficult to find funny but it certainly laughs at itself and plays on stereotypes for sure. Dead Snow is worth a watch if your in the mood for a light hearted gore fest otherwise I wouldn't particularly go out of your way to see it.

Mark A (it) wrote: This Oscar winning (2003) short film is a pure delight! Harvie Krumpet has every reason to give up on life, yet he meets every setback with an indomitable optimism. Half the fun is reading the various "fakts" Harvie learns along the way, having been trained by his mother to observe and learn from an early age. Wonderful visuals and a heart felt story make this a gem.

James K (nl) wrote: A rare and unique insight into the lives of people on the margins of even homeless society backed up with a haunting and tone-perfect soundtrack from the world's best trip hop artist Dj Shadow. The black and white, low budget photography (Kodak donated damaged film when the Director ran out of money for new film) compliments the raw stories the film subjects unravel.

Daniel K (jp) wrote: Having seen other films of Suzuki such as Tokyo Drifter and Branded to Kill this film is definately a lot different. Where as most of his other films tend to be 1960s Yakuza gangster flicks this is definately his most thought provoking piece of work. Set during the Japanese conquest of Manchuria this is a sad melancholic story of a volounteer prostitute Mayumi who serves the Japanese army. She falls in love with one of the soldiers but constantly being abused by the commander she is ready to escape and abondon the army and give her life to be with this soldier. Extremely contraversial for its anti-Japanese somewhat pro-chinese sentiment. This film is a must see for anyone interested in Japanese Culture and History as well as a good love story!

Blake L (kr) wrote: I heard this is good.

KMM (fr) wrote: An entertaining story of two adventurers out looking for some hidden Aztec gold. Not an Oscar contender, but not bad. And remember, you don't find Chuck Norris, Chuck Norris finds you.

Tom B (mx) wrote: DON'T LET THE WRONG ONE IN...your dvd-player (= "let me in") - please LET THE RIGHT ONE IN!I saw the Swedish original LET THE RIGHT ONE IN, and watched the remake LMI briefly thereafter. The differences are simply enormous, although about 85% of the scenes are almost identical.First + the positive:a) for already 3 years I am a giant fan of Chloe Moretz and expect only great things by her. She acts here very well, doesnt attain however the radiant emittance of Lina Leandersson as vampire Maid Eli in LTROI.b) compared to other remakes, this here is quite acceptable.BUT: Let the right one in (LTROI) is superior to the remake LMI in ANY REGARD. Not, because original is always better, but:1. Swedish in language + mentality + landscape in the original contributes greatly to the singularly melancholic tendency of the film. Furthermore the unbelievably great music score in LTROI, which never FORCES ITSELF upon, like much too often in other films. And thus this Score supports just the atmosphere simply magnificently (in remake LMI this is missing completely!)2. LTROI has great settings and scenes. Not least owing it to the virtuoso camera and picture language, which pleased me extremely well, much better than with LMI. For instance the original scenes were filmed in the winter with up to -30 degrees in north Sweden - and thus they work much more genuinly than these more economical cgi fake FX from new Mexico USA of the remake LMI. (e.g. see the smoke swaths when breathing out in cold weather)3. the 2 main charcters in the original are more 3-dimensional and have actually (!!!) more intelligent dialogues (the dialogues between the two US-kids in remake LMI are incredibly shallow.)The integrated coming off age part with first love/affection is told with LTROI in such marvelous picture language and a tardiness that it was really a true benefit for me. Oskar and Eli let me sympathize emotionally so much with them. The LMI version sacrifices this in favor of superficial effects.4. because some the best scenes from the original LTROI were dropped.All in all LTROI creates an almost impossible split between cruelty and tenderness, and this is great art.Let me in - on the other hand is only exciting entertainment cinema with some shock elements supplied - however probably just perfectly sufficient for the undemanding mainstream-audiences and Stephen King....rating = 70 %###########################################70%