In this black comedy set in small-town Bavaria, 11-year-old Sebastian thinks you can never be too young to be a murderer. He's convinced that he killed his mother on the day he was born and is certain he's already been condemned to purgatory. Deciding he might be able to knock off a few years of his sentence by doing good deeds, Sebastian sets out to find a wife for his father Lorenz. When Lorenz and Sebastian's schoolteacher Veronika fall madly in love with each other, it seems the heavens must be smiling. There's just one hitch: Veronika is married.
Writer:Marcus H. Rosenmüller (screenplay), Christian Lerch (screenplay)
Marcus H. Rosenmüller's first feature movie deals with a boy thinking that he is responsible for his mother's death and his unusual way to fight his feelings of guilt. 11-year-old Sebastian... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Aravind S (ag) wrote: Very good attempt, good screenplay but the second half of movie lost it's grip with poor climax though it's entertaining we can accept the fact that it was dedicated to Indian Army, wait poor music both bgm and songs. Some of scenes taken from hollywood for example the interval block was given TAKEN style but some scenes before interval was very good and that makes this movie as B.O hit
Carmen T (ca) wrote: No idea what this is...
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Melanie G (nl) wrote: The third series of Anne movies. FANTASTIC! We own them and watch them frequently. Sullivan does such wonderful stuff!
bill s (gb) wrote: Good performances by the leads but the script's last play was too much of a good thing.
Jonathan B (ru) wrote: Hard hitting teen drama starring Robert Downey Jr in an amazing performance as a drug addict
cody n (it) wrote: A guy wearing a bikers helmet killing random people with a Nail Gun....How Exiciting!
Patti H (ag) wrote: awesome effects and story is decent.
Brian B (ca) wrote: One of the better terrible movies of the seventies revolving around nature's revenge. Try not to sleep through it.
Max G (us) wrote: Charles Bronson plays Vietnam veteran Vince Majestyk, who just wants to grow his watermelons in peace and live on his farm... But the mob has different plans.When his workers are threatened, Mr Majestyk lends them a hand, but then finds the wrath of the whole mob against him.This is a great, action-packed Charles Bronson Classic. It has a great plot, interesting characters and a great performance from Bronson9.25/10- a must-watch Bronson classic
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Kevin R (fr) wrote: You are condemned to be hanged by the neck until dead.A small group of people arrive in their vacation destination hoping to relax. Unfortunately, an evil man on the island is able to enchant women, get them to do his bidding, and eventually tortures and kills his female slaves. Can the vacationers avoid his evil gaze or will they be his next victims?"I'm not a man of thought. I am a man of action."Mario Bava, director of A Bay of Blood, The Evil Eye, Black Sunday, Baron Blood, Knives of the Avenger, Planet of Vampires, Black Sabbath, and Blood and Black Lace, delivers 5 Dolls of the August Moon. The storyline for this picture is bland and fairly unimaginative. The acting was mediocre as was the horror elements."You're the big fish nobody can touch."I came across the Mario Bava collection on Netflix and had to add them to my queue. This is one of the worst films of his I have seen to date. The plot isn't overly interesting, the acting is bad, and the film felt like an excuse to have some naked hotties in a movie. I recommend skipping this film. "You threw yourself away on a houseboy."Grade: F
Robyn M (ag) wrote: The film sparkles like champagne. Okay the plot is flimsy, not to mention corny, but the magnetism and chemistry that goes on between Tracy and Hepburn is enough to keep you enthralled for hours.
keller M (de) wrote: #makes me paranoid. #Stiffler from American pie gets decapitated by piece of scrap metal
Jordan K (fr) wrote: Lethal Weapon is one of the pioneering great action films and what makes it work, especially as a franchise, is the thrilling nature of the climax and undeniable chemistry between Gibson and Glover. It's one of the all time defining action films.Martin Riggs, a suicidal loose cannon detective, is partnered with no nonsense veteran cop Roger Murtaugh to solve a murder of a troubled young woman caused by a gang of armed heroin smugglers.The 1980s was a great time for the action genre. Rambo, Die Hard, Arnold flicks, and Lethal Weapon were some of the defining titles of the decade. This is also one of Gibson and Glover's big breaks into film (Gibson had a little bit before this), and Lethal Weapon defines great performances and chemistry. An odd couple chemistry between the two reasonably started the "buddy cop" genre, with some one liners and explosions everywhere, Lethal Weapon is one of a kind. In a field of tons of action films with the same general atmosphere, Lethal Weapon stood out and was a humorous thrill of a film. Great performances from Gibson, Glover, and even Gary Busey, playing the primary villain. The general atmosphere for some parts feels a little more dull, notably in the beginning, but picks up a lot towards the end. Lethal Weapon is gritty, thrilling, and one of the all time great action flicks. Lethal Weapon soon became a hit and led the way for three sequels, which I will also be reviewing.
Caitlin L (us) wrote: Amazing movie. Constantly didn't see what was coming. Constantly wtf moments. Didn't see the ending coming.
Westley L (gb) wrote: Action is cool, BUT story SUCKS!!!
Richard D (es) wrote: Up until this film, Anderson had been an extremely flashy director. Here he moves to a more restrained and classical style, letting this film be more about the actors and the characters than his usual style. He's rewarded with some astonishing performances, especially Lewis's lead performance. I think the standard line on this film that portrays Plainview as a monster is an oversimplification of what's actually on screen. Plainview is a deeply flawed man, but he is the protagonist of this film. The notion that he just uses his son H.W. as a puppet to sell himself isn't supported by what's in the film. Plainview does have human connections ... to his "son", his "brother", and to the people he does business with. That he loses them all due to his drive for success at all costs and ends up alone and mad marks the film as a genuine tragedy. That his final confrontation with the film's true villain, Eli Sunday, erupts in violence and the titular blood marks it as a cold, ruthless satire too. This is a roaring monster of a film.