The great adventure of 11-year-old Mik starts when he has to leave his home in search of a new one. Along the way, he learns about whales, fishing, friends and love. Forced to flee from the authorities, his friends join on an Ice Dragon.
- Stars:Philip Olsson, Feline Andersson, Lisbeth Johansson, Malin Morgan, Hans Alfredson, Hampus Andersson-Grill, Sara Arnia, Lotta Asker, Tobias Aspelin, Pelle Bolander, Katharina Cohen, Anders Eriksson, Anna Ulrika Eriksson, John Grahl, Vincent Grahl,
- Director:Martin Högdahl,
- Writer:Mikael Engström (novel), Petra Revenue (adaptation)
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(nl) wrote: Fantastic film, well worth seeing
(es) wrote: great filming and really cool story. exciting race too.
(br) wrote: Justin (Ward Roberts) is distraught about losing his girlfriend April (Sarah Lassez) to a demon, so he summon's a demon of his own by the name of Lo (Jeremiah Birkett) to help him in is search for her. However, Lo decides to stick around and pick on weak Justin, tossing around the idea of having him for dinner if he ever got the chance to. Lo is a surprisingly great dark comedy that centers around a handful of characters in a theater-like room. The only disappointing thing I have to say about this film is it's runtime, which lasts about eighty minutes. The majority of the film is pure dialogue between the characters of Justin and the demon Lo, with demon Jeez (Devin Barry) coming in at random times offering his own comedic standpoint; even throwing in a musical number describing the character of April to Justin. Jeez is also the one demon that kidnapped April and brought her to Hell. The costume design is amazing and unsettling at the same time, driving a wedge into the center of the film's heart. Director Travis Betz brings us a mesmerizing and intriguing look into the art of stage production. We need more independent films like these.
(us) wrote: A pointless sequel that tries to capitalize off of nostalgia, and fails.
(jp) wrote: a brilliant thug film with a great unique story
(ag) wrote: Childhood fondness may cloud my judgement. But, I watch this movie every Christmas season.
(au) wrote: Sergeant First Class Buck McGriff (Willem Dafoe) and Sergeant First Class Albaby Perkins (Gregory Hines) are two joint services Criminal Investigation Division (CID) agents on duty in a war torn Saigon during the Vietnam War. When a prostitute is found murdered they discover that the prime suspects are high ranking U.S. Army officers. As they investigate they find that there have a string of at least six murders in the last year, but the previous inquiry was shut down from higher up the chain of command. Investigations lead them to Colonel Dexter Armstrong (Scott Glenn), but Armstrong rules himself out of inquiries by committing suicide. With the help of a French nun Sister Nicole (Amanda Pays) and their non-commissioned officer in charge, Master Sergeant Dix (Fred Ward), they finally close in on their target..."Saigon" as it was called when it came out in 1988, the change to "Saigon: Off Limits" (The term "off limits" referred to the area where the original crime took place, an area of Saigon off limits to military personnel) must have happend afterwards during the global release, was pretty ok as far as I remember. Reseeing it now, doesnt change my point of view. The story itself is very much a product of the 80s, a typical buddy buddy cop thriller structure with a nasty murdercase in the focus. The feeling of trying to cash in on the success of "Platoon" from the year before is there for sure, thus I reckon the storyline was set in Saigon due to this. And casting Dafoe as one of the main characters makes it even more apparent. The general vibe of the movie is very 80s with an ending were the bad guy gets what he deserves and then everything is happy and dandy. That feels somewhat strange in 2013. What makes "Saigon" stand out for me is the acting and the great dynamics between Willem Dafoe and Gregory Hines. I love Hines intense acting. The film marks Willem Dafoe's second Vietnam War movie. Dafoe had previously starred in Platoon and would go on to play roles in both "Born on the Fourth of July" and "Flight of the Intruder". And it was nice to resee the stunning Amanda Pays. A scene I still havent forgotten is the one with Colonel Armstrong (Glenn) throwing out Vietcong prisoners from a helicopter. A scene that ends with his own suicide. Intense and crazy. The movie offers some nice tunes in the midst as well such as "Funky Broadway" by Wilson Pickett and "Stand!" by Sly and the Family Stone. "Saigon" is a fast-paced, suspensefull and at times violent thriller. Not that bad in my book.
(au) wrote: Robert Townsend's Hollywood satire is quick, funny, on-point, and fortunately a little prophetic.
(jp) wrote: Clint Eastwood is the man, nuf said.
(us) wrote: Just happen to catch this movie that I originally saw in the theater back in summer of 1979, and I really believe it's forgotten in the pantheon of sports movies. Yes it's the underdog story to a tee, but it's more then that. There's a bunch about growing up, who you are in society and the relationship between father and son. I really love this movie and almost always stop to watch when I see it on. I'd certainly put it in my sports top 20, maybe top 10.
(fr) wrote: the best war memoir i've ever read/seen
(au) wrote: a crap movie but funny
(it) wrote: For those who like spurting blood to be pretty damn funny. Think Office Space with Vampires