This pseudo-biographical movie depicts 5 years from 1885 on in the life of the Viennan psychologist Freud (1856-1939). At this time, most of his colleagues refuse to cure hysteric patients, because they believe they're just simulating to gain attention. But Freud learns to use hypnosis to find out the reasons for the psychosis. His main patient is a young woman who refuses to drink water and is plagued by a recurring nightmare.

This pseudo-biographical movie depicts 5 years from 1885 on in the life of the Viennan psychologist Freud (1856-1939). At this time, most of his colleagues refuse to cure hysteric patients,... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Jose Luis M (nl) wrote: Una oportunidad ms de ver a Greta Gerwig.

Emma C (kr) wrote: A few good stunts towards the end however I found the storyline and most of effects/storyline just a bit bland

Taylor R (kr) wrote: Patrick Warburton automatically gets two stars. The third star comes because I actually kinda liked this movie

Cynthia S (us) wrote: My husband and I consider this one of our all time favorites. Not only did it have one of my favorite actors, William H. Macy, but the whole subject matter was hysterical. Funny, funny movie.

Christopher A (jp) wrote: Tagline: To protect and surf. Summary: Two surfers end up as Yellowstone park rangers and have to stop a former ranger who is out for revenge. My Review: Paul Walker at his funniest. Comic chaos ensues, a laugh out loud film.

Dan B (ca) wrote: People who say that this movie is campy a negative have completely missed the point. This movie is so entertaining that anyone who enjoyed the evil dead movies or adventure movies will love it. If you haven't seen it, it is required viewing.

Genaro N (jp) wrote: Luchino Visconti siempre viene a la mente a la pregunta de quienes son o fueron los mejores directores italianos en la historia del cine, muchos diran Fellini, Antonioni, Rossellini pero tambien Visconti. Un director que en sus inicios utilizaba el cine para explorar la vida de la gente en condiciones de pobreza en el famoso movimiento conocido como Neorrealismo Italiano y termino elevando el cine como algo semejante a la opera con filmes como El gatopardo, Muerte en Venecia, Ludwig, y Senso. El grado de perfeccionamiento del director en los detalles como el vestido de los personajes asi como el detalle historico hace de sus filmes de enorme nostalgia. Para muchos Visconti eleva al cine al estado de "high-art" cargando su cine de un lirismo impresionante, de una melancolia y tragedia rara vez vista, de pasiones que se desbordan, sin embargo sus peliculas son contadas de forma clasica algo diferente a lo que harian Antonioni o Fellini directores mas "modernistas". Senso es una bella demostracion del arte de Luchino Visconti donde encontraremos a un Visconti que se va alejando de la crudeza del neorrealismo. El filme sin duda como en Muerte en Venecia tiene un aliento de tragedia griega, de una pasion desgarradora.

Max M (ca) wrote: A novelist, played by Louis Hayward, murders his young housekeeper in a fit of lustful rage, then, with the reluctant aid of his older brother (Lee Bowman) tosses the body into the river that runs behind his palatial estate.Relegated to working at cheapie-studio Republic Pictures, director Fritz Lang once again proves that he can create extraordinary mood and suspense (with the aid of cinematographer Edward Cronjager's absolutely stunning images of stark shadows and light) with or without a budget. The picture is more concerned with latent and suppressed eroticism (and, if Lang had had his way, interracial lust, for the director had originally envisioned the role of the murdered maid to be played by an African-American actress until the studio brass nixed that idea) than the more obvious themes of guilt or morality; and Lang's running visual motifs (running water and flowing curtains that resemble the dead girl's hair) and hints of revenge from beyond the grave are very reminiscent of Italian director Mario Bava's great neglected Gothic melodrama The Whip and the Body.

Jarrett G (kr) wrote: Addresses some interesting and relevant topics related to the future of general artificial intelligence.

Ivan N (us) wrote: The emotion that you can get from the movie was direct and strong. Realistic type of scene. It was a great movie if you watch with your heart , you will learn a lot of things. What I like about the movie was that the acting was raw, not faking and you can feel it. Most importantly, it's about the truth of the world we live in.

Guillaume H (kr) wrote: Some say its a lesser hitchock (in some ways, being a dark comedy, it gets corny at times but in a nice 70s way) but i dont really mind; its too much fun. And it has the distinction of being his last, and its a good swan song.The plot is engaging, bigger than nature, and it pays off, i giggled for a long time after it ended. To top it all, its another total Karen Black Delight, in another performance that makes her one of the greatest cult stars ever.

alex f (ru) wrote: Drunk chick is bat shit crazy

Zachary F (gb) wrote: A film with a strong cast, and intense moments that really doesn't overcome it's monotonous plot and score.

Jordan K (br) wrote: Vanilla Sky is fascinating, but is a trip meant to confuse the viewers, going a bit over the top in its "reality or perception" idea and making the film a bit more unlikable by the flashback.A millionaire playboy falls victim to a car crash/suicide plotted by his ex girlfriend, disfiguring his face while attempting to save his newfound relationships. Things continue to go downhill until David kills his ex girlfriend, who really wasn't dead (it's confusing as hell) and lands in a mental hospital. The movie follows a dream trait the entire time, I'm figuring to kind of confuse and fascinate viewers, but it's a confusing, depressing mess by the end.The acting's not too shabby, I especially liked Cruz's role, Cruise just kinda wings it and plays himself - the movie is cliched for maybe the first half hour until the crash, where it just gets confusing and dull. The ending attempts to do a "playing God" alternative life scenario, some scenes just feel lifeless and not right. But it's not awful, it's a movie to maybe check it out if you're bored sometime.

Ola G (fr) wrote: Decades after being launched into space, a space probe containing information about the human race and a map to earth is found by four aliens that make up the 'Galactic council'. They debate on whether to destroy the earth or make humanity a member of the council, instead relying on 'Standard galactic protocol' to decide. They will give one Human (Chosen at random) the ability to do absolutely anything they want. After ten days, if the powers have been used for good, the Aliens will spare earth and make humanity a member of the council. If the powers are used for evil, the earth will be destroyed for the moral improvement for the galaxy. The human is chosen and revealed to be Neil Clarke (Simon Pegg) a secondary school teacher who is both struggling with his jobsworth headmaster, Mr Robinson (Eddie Izzard) and with his lack of a girlfriend, although he has a crush on author agency employee, Catherine West (Kate Beckinsale), who lives underneath him in the apartment block. At first, oblivious to the powers he has, Neil accidentally causes an alien spaceship to destroy a classroom within the school, killing the entire class in the process. The galactic council scolds the alien that blew up the classroom, who responds by saying that out of the millions of species the council has evaluated, none have ever passed and have all been destroyed. Perplexed and anxious, Neil goes home and slowly realises he can do anything after causing his dog, Dennis' waste to clean itself up, and causing spilt whisky to flow out of the drain and back into the bottle. He asks that "everyone who died come back to life" and unknowingly causes everyone who has ever died ever to be resurrected, resulting in a zombie apocalypse, he reverses this and asks that the explosion never happened, sending himself back in time to the previous day. He then confirms his suspicions by causing the PE teacher Miss Pringle (Emma Pierson) to worship his friend, Ray (Sanjeev Bhaskar) whereas before, she was repulsed by him. Over the coming days, Neil uses his power for personal gain by giving himself a more muscular body, increasing his penis size, making Mr Robinson be nice to him and giving Dennis the ability to speak (Voice of Robin Williams). With his newfound powers he can do anything, however he needs to be careful for what he wishes for...Peter Bradshaw, writing in The Guardian awarded the film 1/5 star, and said "cheap and cheerless sci-fi comedy. There's a blue-chip cast here, and it's directed by Terry Jones; the Pythons have cameos, as creepy alien creatures. But this low-budget Brit film is just depressing, a sub-Douglas Adams sci-fi comedy which looks like mediocre kids' TV with a dismal script and cheap'n'cheerless production values. A huge amount of talent here. Sadly it goes nowhere." James Mottram, writing for The List, also awarded the film 1 star, and said "Simon Pegg and Kate Beckinsale head up an awful sci-fi comedy from Terry Jones. It'd be very sad if this is the last Python collaboration to hit screens."As the general reviews states, this is a pretty poor "sub-Douglas Adams" sci-fi comedy that has not much to offer despite a starstudded cast with the Monty Pythons, Simon Pegg, Kate Beckinsale, Robin Willams etc. Youd think nothing could go pearshaped with all of them onboard, but sadly everything goes pearshaped. The plot is pretty ridiculous with some philosophical rant attached to it, the acting goes up and down, the comedy is pretty low in its humour, the CGI hardly up to scratch and everything feels so low budget which hardly helps the film. Yes, there are some scenes that actually works, but those ones are too few. And yes if you read between the lines theres interesting topics such as moral, ethics, how to handle power, love etc, but its not handled in a very good nor entertaining way. And the whole ending is just cringe worthy. Nah, despite the fact that I do like Kate Beckinsale, the late and great Robin Willams and the Monty Pythons, "Absolutely Anything" just needs to be forgotten.