"Free Floating" is a melodrama with elements of comedy about a young lad from an ordinary provincial town like many in Russia, with just one kindergarten, one school, one factory. As a result, one grows up here never facing the alternative as to what to choose, for everything is preordained. Leonid is an ordinary lad who, like his peers, goes to discos, dances with girls and picks fights with the local riff-raff later. Everything is going well for him, as his life is totally predictable. But one day the factory closes down and he becomes disoriented. For the first time ever, he is to make a choice on his own and think seriously about what he would like to do...
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Apoach C (au) wrote: the new peanuts special has impressive voice acting and animation, but I found the plot to be very depressing, sore, and humorless. I wish Bill Melendez was still alive to help make this film
Fong K (ca) wrote: This atmospheric psychological drama about a young woman battling depression and recurrences of her cult past is as baffling as the abrupt open ending.
Daniel J (gb) wrote: The best Seagal movie he's done since his best blockbuster hit movies in the 90's.
Dig B (mx) wrote: god...help...well folks. it happened. i got dramatized once more by a horrible piece of crap called code name: the cleaner. boy did this movie suck. it was boring, stupid and unfunny. and all the jokes fall flat. hard as falling from the empire state building. everything what i saw in this movie was boring. the acting, the women everything. just... its so bad that i cant explain it. code name the cleaner is the title sound like its gonna be a good movie? no. this film is even worse than meet the spartans. code name the cleaner can clean my butt! and if you buy this, the joke will be on you. do not watch this movie. seriously. and if you enjoyed this, then you are on crack.
Gabriel K (nl) wrote: This movie is great visually as a noir thriller but fails pretty much in every other department. The Midwest looks like a foreign land (not surprisingly since it was filmed in Iceland) but that's not the biggest problem. The story is clumsy, lacking logic and plausibility, the "plot twist" is given away early on so it doesn't even work as a suspense thriller, and the ending is ridiculously corny. A decent noir thriller was lost somewhere on its way to the screen.
Andrew M (kr) wrote: Eloge de L'amour is my favourite of Godard's late period. The idea of what is an adult stayed with me for months. The last section shot in digital is exciting and vibrant to watch.
Jessica S (es) wrote: I watched the movie Casper meets Wendy. I thought it was a cute movie.
Adam R (jp) wrote: (First and only viewing - In my early twenties)
Randy T (nl) wrote: This film is one of my guilty pleasures. I love it but I'm not sure I want the rest of the world to know that. I've seen this picture several times and I never tire of the performances. Dreyfuss is exceptional, Mercedes Ruehl is WONDERFUL, but its the younger actors, Brad Stoll and Mike Damus, that steal the show. It might not be great cinema but it sure is fun to watch.
Cecily B (mx) wrote: I enjoyed this installment of the up series because it is seeing them finally as adults. How some feel they are on the path that they always set out to be on and how some failed. Some realized that the life they thought they wanted was not the life for them. I feel that it has not been long enough from the awkward teenage years to really figure out where they will end up but I look forward to finding out.
Christopher N (it) wrote: This film was huge when I was young, but I can't find the pleasure except the young Stefania Sandrelli is beautiful beyond belief, and Marcello's performance is delightfully wicked. But the cynicism underlying the film just doesn't work for me. Too much of a hippie I guess.
Bob S (mx) wrote: Bad acting, bad editing, bad story.
Bob L (br) wrote: Nice excuse for soft-core porn. Feh!
Rosh D (mx) wrote: one of the best fantasy of the 80s
DG j (us) wrote: In 2003, teenager Bethany Hamilton lives in Kauai, Hawaii with her parents Tom and Cheri, and two brothers, Noah and Timmy. All are surfers, but she and her best friend Alana Blanchard have grown up with a passion for the sport and enter a competition. Her church youth ministry leader, Sarah Hill, is disappointed when she has to withdraw from a planned mission trip to Mexico because of the contest.In the competition, Bethany and Alana place first and third, respectively. The following day, Tom goes to the hospital for knee surgery, and the girls go surfing with Alana's father Holt and brother Byron. As Bethany dangles her left arm in the water, a tiger shark is swimming just under her surfboard and notices her arm floating in the water. It unexpectedly attacks, ripping off her arm below the shoulder. Holt, Alana, and Byron get her out of the water where Holt makes a tourniquet out of his swimshirt to put on her while Byron calls 911 as Cheri is also informed. An ambulance meets them on the way to the hospital. Just before starting Tom's knee surgery, Dr. David Rovinsky is called to the emergency room to treat Bethany. Besides losing her left arm, she also lost 60% of her blood and Dr. Rovinsky calls her survival a miracle.The onslaught of paparazzi also proves to be a great strain on her family and their privacy. The Hamiltons are grateful to Holt for his quick and active thinking and decisive action that saved her life. Her injury prevents her participating in the Rip Curl photo shoots, but she wishes Alana well.
Jon Mikel B (br) wrote: Very smart and interesting thriller about contemporary issues.