De Kampioenen travel to France to play a friendly soccer match against the team of one of Boma's business partners. What had to become a nice holiday, ends up totally different than De Kampioenen expected. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
F.C. De Kampioenen: Kampioen zijn blijft plezant
De Kampioenen travel to France to play a friendly soccer match against the team of one of Boma's business partners. What had to become a nice holiday, ends up totally different than De Kampioenen expected.
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Mika S (ru) wrote: Er Di/Drifters - a tender story about a father's wish to have a relationship with his son and the unfortunate cultural and situational context that prohibits that - may move a tad slow for some, and there are bits n' pieces of the storyline that may leave one slightly bewildered. However, it is nevertheless an impressive example of how little need be said (or done, for that matter) to express a continuum of emotions, especially when enhanced by stunningly thoughtful & intentional cinematography.
Movie M (gb) wrote: The 2010's reboot of Star Trek gets better and better with the second instalment: "Star Trek Into Darkness". Although I thoroughly enjoyed the first movie, this sequel was much more enjoyable for me, and as someone who had very little knowledge of Star Trek before these movies, "Star Trek Into Darkness" has got me hooked on the series. The acting is probably the one thing that stands out the most, and I have to mention the absolute best part about this movie here: Benedict Cumberbatch (John Harrison/Khan). He killed every single one of his scenes, and Star Trek went from having one of the worst villains in the first movie, to one of the best villains in the second. Every line he delivered, every action he made, was done so well, with an art of perfection that made the movie more thrilling than it would've been without him. The plot I found was also an improvement from the first movie, it had a little more depth, and while it got a little all over the place at some rare points, it still stuck with a solid premise that kept me engaged throughout. The main thing that knocked this movie off the high horse that I am putting it on, is the ending. It was extremely rushed, and you go from thinking there's about 20-25 minutes of movie left, to suddenly just the quick wrap up and ending in about 5 minutes. I felt if they took the time to just fine tune that ending a little bit, the movie would've left you with a much better impression. Nonetheless, "Star Trek Into Darkness" was an extremely solid second instalment to the Star Trek 2010's reboot, and is one hundred percent definitely worth the watch.
Jennie L (mx) wrote: Inspirational documentary about Pearl Fryar that shows how far passion, hard work, and positive thinking will get you. Impressive what he accomplished without formal training/education, and furthermore he doesn't use pesticides (he uses trenching) nor use irrigation. He continues to change the small town community he lives in and touch the lives of people everywhere.
bill s (jp) wrote: Lane's best role in a generic crappy ending thriller....how unfortunate.
Calum B (ca) wrote: "Dead Calm" scared the heck out of me BECAUSE it took place on the Pacific Ocean. I don't even plan a cruise on a huge liner, much-less on a yacht. During unexpected situations, oceans and seas (even lakes) don't give you any place to run. Yet, I AM attracted to sea-stories - younger people should take a look at "Lifeboat", with Tallulah Bankhead. Because the whole film is shot in the lifeboat, character-development is its plot."Dead Calm" develops its characters - except for Billy Zane ("Hughie Warriner") very quickly. I liked that: it didn't take-up half the picture before the story began. Terry Haryes (screenwriter) quickly defines how a fragilely weepy woman becomes a fighter, when it is necessary. There isn't a handbook that lists just what to do, and such desperate situations quickly confuse almost anyone on action to take.Director Phillips Noyce (never heard of him) certainly produced a carefully thought-out plot. I found fault with none of it, except I agree "John Ingram" (Sam Neil) set-out for "The Orpheum" just a tad hastily, leaving his wife with a nutty-acting guy - I'd have thrown him back and sailed out of there. But, we need silly action to give the story more frightening scenes. Although "John's" actions on "The Orpheum" were thrilling and seemed to be what an experienced sailor would do, I'd have gotten right back in my dinghy and left that ship. I also wondered what happened to the lifeboat seen trailing the ship. after he gets it to sailing. Why build a raft ? Again, after a harrowing attempt to get off the ship would cause almost anyone not to think rationally.Nicole Kidman ("Rae Ingram") played her role skillfully. The cinematography was gorgeous and grotesque. Although Neil was stellar in his role, Zane stole the picture. Bravo! I liked every scene in "Dead Calm" - I own the DVD and watch it often - even liked the "tacked-on" ending that so many thought was unnecessary. I recommend it to any audience - I get so caught-up in the story, I don't try to make any reasonable explanations for its few weaknesses. It's a 10-er....
Steve F (br) wrote: Thought it was pretty good for the most part
Aaron C (ca) wrote: One of Jet Li's worst.