Italian opera singer visits the Royal Opera in Stockholm and fall in love with the prima ballerina.
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Satya P (br) wrote: This is one of the movie you see and think about it for few hours when it ends..Low budget but very well scripted..
Katja A (kr) wrote: Periaatteessa ihan ok leffa, mutta vhn tusinakamaa.
Jarkko S (mx) wrote: Kuvanksittelyrikas dokkari julistaa sodan liian vaikutusvaltaisille tekijnoikeuksille. Nkkanta on perusteltu hyvin ja elokuva sislt paljon asiaa ja asennetta.
Brian M (ca) wrote: Not even massive editing saved this. Seemed like the director knew this story so well that he couldn't tell it. Very superficial characters. The "big" scene was SO out of character with brutal yelling. You were supposed to feel sorry for the small kid getting punched by the "fat" kid, but it was because he fiddled with the camera the larger kid had setup to videotape himself playing basketball. Massive fail at setting up a bullying situation right from the beginning. Never got any better. Horrible, four thumbs down.
Christopher H (mx) wrote: Why??!!Why did we need a remake of a perfect film?Why try to re-imagine Wilder's iconic performance?As a fan of Johnny Depp, this was just wrong and a blatant attempt at a money-grab.
Simon D (es) wrote: Christopher Walken has put his name to some very weak films and he always seems to get away with it. This is one of them. A mafia comedy set mainly in the Australian outback with all the stereotypes that they can safely get away with and a stupid story about a Kangaroo that runs off with their money.
Jacob M (gb) wrote: The lengths a father will go to save the life of his son is astounding. Tom Hanks is brilliant in this film that depicts the levels of a father's love. Jude Law is down right terrifying. The reason he is so scary is because people like him actually exist in the world. He portrays the scum of the Earth and just sends chills up your spine when you watch him. the performances of all the actors are great, and the direction is as well. Gangster films always have a special place in my heart and this one did nothing to take away from that love of the genre, and keeps my love alive. The pairing of Paul Newman and Tom Hanks is a dream come true and Sam Mendes is the perfect one to paint their picture for them.
Emily S (kr) wrote: I love this movie. It tears yoyr heart out, puts it on a plate to serve to you, then crushes your heart again. It is so moving and beautiful, with excellent music and acting. I almost wish it didn't leave me emotionally exhausted by the end, but the journey is worth it.
Tyler H (ca) wrote: I only recommend this environmental movie for young kids since the sense of adventure is weak and the animation is not that great.
Robert D (kr) wrote: Recommeded by Mike Levy
Jim M (kr) wrote: Budget: Low, Plot: Outragious, Acting: Mostly over the top and yet this movie managed to be one disturbing trip. Anthony Perkins plays Dr. Jekyll who after experamenting with cocaine becomes Jack Hyde aka Jack the Ripper. From here the movies pretty much Anthony Perkins acting creepy, consorting with hookers, gettting messed up on drugs, and then proceading to torment and carve up said hookers. Still Perkins switch from Jekyll to Hyde and back gain along with the level of violence he inflicts on the hapless woman make this one disturbing movie...and for a horror movie thats a good thing.
Phil H (it) wrote: After a gigantic Diplodocus sized dump of success with his first two big mainstream movies, one about a large fish and the other about some annoying little brat that gets kidnapped by aliens in ice-cream cone shaped UFO's, the one and only Spielberg had complete and utter control over everything. Strangely enough, much like his best mate George Lucas, this power went straight to his head and he came up with this odd little feature. Still to this day I'm not really sure what his intentions were or whether I actually like this or not, it certainly doesn't seem or feel like a Spielberg movie, not in the slightest.The plot is an odd mixture really, set in 1941, it basically sees a Japanese submarine led by Toshiro Mifune and Christopher Lee (a Nazi), on course to try and hit the western coast again just after the recent Pearl Harbour attack. The US is on high alert after the bombing, paranoia is running amok but there is a real risk of another attack. During this time we follow multiple storylines involving various characters within the US military that eventually all combine at the finale. You have the unhinged John Belushi as Wild Bill Kelso who flies around in his Curtiss P-40 fighter and...errr little else really. I kinda get the impression Spielberg mainly stuck him in because he was a big star at the time and was virtually a package along with Dan Aykroyd. Meanwhile, a tank crew consisting of Aykroyd, John Candy, Mickey Rourke, Treat Williams and Frank McRae are on their way to a military base or just on patrol due to the recent attacks (not really sure), and getting into all sorts of trouble. Sitarski (Williams) is after a young girl who is also the target of the young whippersnapper Wally (Bobby Di Cicco), both of whom are trying to take her to a local dance contest.Meanwhile!! Major General Stilwell (Robert Stack) is trying to control everything from the general public to his inane troops in the midst of this supposed pending doom from the far east. There is also a love story going on between Tim Matheson and Nancy Allen that flits in and out of the other sub plots, Slim Pickens is kidnapped by the Japs and interrogated on-board their sub, Ned Beatty and Lorraine Gary get an anti-aircraft gun stuck in their backyard, and Eddie Deezen is stuck atop a ferris wheel overlooking the coast for the pending Jap invasion. In short, the entire thing is a horrific muddle of plots that intertwine with each other, and basically they all focus on one thing, the Japs invading the west coast and everyone going crazy with paranoia over it. The only twist is, the Japs actually are and do invade the west coast confirming everyone's paranoia, but it then leads to even more batshit happenings as everyone tries to combat them.Apparently this mishmash of a plot was actually based on some real events from the era. This probably explains why its such a mess, because they based the movie on several different events. The first being the supposed and infamous 'Battle of LA' whereby LA apparently came under attack from a mysterious object in the sky. No one knew what it was, but they shelled it anyway, because hey...Merica! Other events were the bombing of an oil refinery in California, an incident where an anti-aircraft gun was indeed stuck in someone's backyard, and something called the zoot suit riots. Basically lots of migrants flooded the State from Mexico to help the war effort, as did lots of marines and sailors, aaand they all ended up fighting each other. Twas called the zoot suit riots because at the time zoot suits were trendy and many young Mexicans (and others) wore them.In all honesty this movie is such a mess, you really have no clue what's going on and why half the time. Sure there are young blokes in uniform fighting over dames and other crazy blokes in uniform doing silly things, but that's it. The whole thing is like one long long large action sequence, or riot, it doesn't stop! The plot sinks below this constant barrage of high octane hijinks including a lot of fisticuffs, big dance routines, cockpit tomfoolery, sloppy romance, mass destruction of everything, lots of gunfire and loads of screaming into the camera. There is no way in hell you'd think this was a Steven Spielberg movie, not a chance, its like some cheesy, cheeky, high school flick filled with jocks and nerds in a constant raucous.Now even though most of what you see is an absolute headache of noise, it all looks terrific. Overall it may not come across like your typical Spielberg movie, but in terms of visuals and special effects, it definitely has that classic old Spielbergian (dare I even say...Lucas-esque) vibe going on. All the period sets, props and costumes are wonderfully detailed and highly authentic looking. You have all the classic cars, planes, machinery, electronics and weapons spot on from the era too, everything from the radios, the local diners, to the decorations in the dance hall, it all looks gorgeous, far too good for such a throw away flick like this really. I must also give much kudos to the model work on display towards the finale, a full scale town mockup I think, also included were a lot of decent bluescreen shots (for the time), solid interior (exterior) plane and sub sets and I think some matte painting work going in places. The full gamut of special effects wizardry going on which you come to expect from these old action movies, but they still hold up very well.The cast is clearly another big key element and hook with this movie, its like a who's who of the time. You have some epic actors like Lee, Beatty and Mifune alongside crazy comedians like Candy, Aykroyd and Belushi. Much like the movie its a real mishmash of talents that don't really gel together in my opinion. Mifune is clearly taking his role as a Jap sub commander pretty seriously, Lee is also coming across as an eerie Nazi officer (kinda like 'Raiders of the Lost Ark'), but then Spielberg sticks Slim Pickens in a scene with them. Its also evident that the studio wanted more of Aykroyd and Belushi because of their SNL fame at the time, unfortunately there isn't really anything for them to do and it feels like they are just crowbarred in for exactly that reason...their SNL fame. Seriously, Belushi doesn't need to be here at all, his character is good for like...one visual gag. Most everyone else is young and upcoming admittedly so it doesn't feel like overcrowding in that (big name) sense, but there is clearly way too much going on, too many characters jockeying for space, too many little plots going on. Also far too many silly cameos that just weren't needed, it felt like some kind of big variety show or Spielberg giving all his mates sweet little plum bit parts for no real reason.In the end this movie really feels like a misfire, I'm honestly not sure if Spielberg really knew what he wanted to do here. Its suppose to be a zany comedy but its not really very funny at any point, although its zany enough. Plenty of action and pep as everything zips along but its so disjointed and uneven, I'm still not really sure what Wild Bill Kelso was supposed to be doing, or why he's even in the film, and apparently Christopher Lee's Nazi got killed by being thrown into the sea? I guess he couldn't swim? One issue that springs to mind is the fact everything this movie is based on (and sends -up) is the history of California, and virtually unknown to most. Sure you could say that about many things but the events this movie are based around feel even more minor than usual, as though its a big in-joke for the people of California (those in the know). Alas many probably haven't got a clue so it just comes across as a daft, meaningless screwball comedy that just isn't funny. I guess one last plus point now would be the nostalgic factor, looking back at this amazing ensemble cast, won't see anything like that again.
James H (fr) wrote: DECENT MUSICAL, WITH ASTAIRE AND GODDARD A SURPRISINGLY GOOD MATCH. SOME FUN MUSICAL NUMBERS. NOTHING EARTH SHATTERING, BUT ENJOYABLE TO WATCH
Christopher L (de) wrote: A thoroughly joyless experience. For the first hour of the film, it exudes such manic energy as to become monotonous. Depp and Del Toro deliver their worst performances in what must be the worst film they've ever been in. I know for damn sure that it's the worst Terry Gilliam film I've seen (including "Tideland"). This movie is consistently irritating, painfully monotonous and unfunny. I hate it.
Arslan K (mx) wrote: Very smart! Loved it! Capaldi was the best!
Benjamin Cuong N (nl) wrote: Halloween, Thanksgivings and X'Mas film.
CharlesLouis T (it) wrote: Parfois drle, souvent plate, jamais aussi bon que Monsters inc. Chou Pixar.
Alec B (br) wrote: It's often overwrought and occasionally meandering . . . but still interesting. The film is remarkably cynical for Spielberg, and not just because it's so violent. Kushner and Roth's screenplay repeatedly hammers home the worthlessness and emotional toll of the terrorism/counter-terrorism cycle and nothing about Spielberg's direction seems to contradict that.
Macey D (de) wrote: This is a very gruesome and odd film. There is a very erie feeling throughout the whole movie. I literally had to pause the movie just to finish eating, and that's coming from a person that can watch any type of horror or thriller. The worst part about the whole thing is that you can't help but feal sorry for the main character although he is not so innocent either. Not a movie I would watch twice, if I didn't have to.
Nathaniel B (jp) wrote: I was more pleased with the first then the second. One of the few times I've seen this kind of gore in a film. I found it to be at least a little realistic. Good enough for me to watch the 2nd part.