Arnaldur, a 16-year-old boy living a normal teenager's life in Reykjavik. One day, coming home from school, he finds his brother in the bathtub, dead. Despite clear signs of a suicide, Arnaldur is convinced that his brother's teacher is somehow responsible so he decides to take matters into his own hands and avenge his brother.
- Stars:Junior N.T.R., Trisha Krishnan, Karthika Nair, Nasser, Srinivasa Rao Kota, Hilmir Snær Guðnason, Damon Younger, Þorsteinn Bachmann, Hjalti Rúnar Jónsson, Kristján Hafþórsson, Aron Brink Sigurjónsson, Styr Júlíusson, Rakel Björk Björnsdóttir, Arndís Hrönn Egilsdóttir, Ísak Hinriksson, Þór Tulinius, Þór Jóhannesson, Hjalmar Oli Hjalmarsson, Sólborg Guðbrandsdóttir, David Gudbrandsson,
- Director:Thoromar Jonsson,
- Writer:Jón Atli Jónason, Jón Atli Jónasson, Mikael Torfason (novel)
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(br) wrote: I thought the actors were very good in their roles.
(au) wrote: thought it's quite boring, slow and repetitivebut the ending was good though
(gb) wrote: Kind of like the Norwegian version of Crash, a little bit. I enjoyed it though, it had some really interesting elements. I did think the kaleidoscope transitions were really funny though. (As for Britney Spears supposedly being in this, that's pretty funny too--she's of Norwegian heritage, right?)
(us) wrote: Very beautiful documentary showing the portrait of the inspiring artist Andy Goldsworthy. I found him unique and extremely talented. A good watch with loads of pretty images.
(es) wrote: pretty naive story, but little bit watchable
(fr) wrote: this 16th century female artist is my heroine
(us) wrote: Aw, Zalman King, 90's synth music, mist and curtains, soft focus, slow motion deliberate seductions and orgasms. Porn trying to be high class classical music or opera. The movie is nothing special, but it is obviously tailor made for a TV series spin-off.
(it) wrote: It is quite clear that the demise of the series was well on its way but yet some how they got another 3 films after this one.
(it) wrote: Arnold Schwarzenegger delivers a triumphant performance as the brutal, sword-wielding legend Conan, in his second outing as the character in Conan: The Destroyer. The purpose of the plot is Conan sets out on a new quest, with fellow armed comrades, to accomplish a mission that may grant him the unique reward of the rebirth of the one woman he's ever loved. It's an interesting plot, which I find to outweigh it's predecessor, which depicts elements, such as: Conan, in his unstoppable quest, encountering sorcerers, fearless guards and, ultimately, a savaging reborn beast. It's a great sequel and features a fine cast, such as: Tracey Walter, Mako, Grace Jones and Wilt Chamberlain, with Olivia d'Abo, being my least favourite cast member. My second and third favourites, after Schwarzenegger, would have to be Walter and Mako, whose performances were watchable and almost as enjoyable as Schwarzenegger's.Conan: The Destroyer is definitely one of the finest sequels, more superior to it's predecessor, which features great storytelling, fine performances, spectacular sword-wielding action moments and a fantastic representation of the historical or mythical world.
(ag) wrote: A hard-hitting prison drama directed by Stuart Rosenberg, (The Amityville Horror (1979) and The Pope of Greenwich Village (1984)), this is an indictment of an all-too familiar problem that's happening all over the world, and the story of a man who stood up to the system. It has Henry Brubaker (Robert Redford), arriving at an inmate at Wakefield Prison, there he witnesses firsthand inmates being abused by prison guards, doctors charging prisoners for treatment, overcrowding of prisoners in one big cell, sexual abuse, maggot ridden food and insurance fraud. During a stand-off with prisoner Walter (Morgan Freeman), Brubaker reveals himself to be the new warden of the prison, and proves it to the acting officials. He used this to get an idea of the corruption and deceit that's going on within Wakefield prison. Brubaker takes the matter into his own hands, and has a view of prisoner rehabilitation and human rights within the prison, and wants reform. But learns that food has been kept from prisoners and that the corruption runs deep within the local state officials, Brubaker is facing an uphill struggle. It's a dark and gritty drama, with a brilliant lead performance from Redford. It's partially based on true events that took place in Arkanas in 1967, and it's a good story that translates well to screen. But, not even a film can stop the corruption from still going on today.
(it) wrote: Hilarious situational comedy!