A young turn-of-the-century newspaper man finds he can get hold of the next day's paper. This brings more problems than fortune, especially as his new girlfriend is part of a phony clairvoyant act. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
It Happened Tomorrow
A young turn-of-the-century newspaper man finds he can get hold of the next day's paper. This brings more problems than fortune, especially as his new girlfriend is part of a phony clairvoyant act.
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Matthew B (it) wrote: Quite good. A little goofy with CGI at times - but overall really well done.
Robert H (it) wrote: While animation is an art form primarily associated with children's entertainment, there are more than a few animated films which deal with more mature themes and are geared towards an older audience. PERSEPOLIS is one such film. Co-directed by Marjane Satrapi, who based this on her experiences as a young girl growing up in Iran, it tells a story about the struggle to find one's identity in a rapidly changing world. In Marjane's case, her formative years took place amid the chaotic years of the Islamic Revolution when the US-backed Shah was overthrown by populist revolt and an Islamic Republic established in its place. Even though communist revolutionaries, such as her uncle, were imprisoned under the Shah's rules, the Islamic Republic that replaced it was in some ways even more repressive. As a way of escaping this, Marjane is sent off to a French school in Vienna but she eventually comes back to her family after bad experiences leave her alone and almost destitute. Yet, the Iran she returns to is even more different than the one she grew up in and left before. Ultimately, this is a simultaneously complex and simple look at Iranian life through the eyes of a young woman. It's complex in the sense that Marjane has conflicted feelings about the country of her ancestors, yet simple because it is presented through the eyes of someone who has yet to find themselves. This film is based on a graphic novel, and the mostly black-and-white animation style reproduces this look faithfully while also adding a sense of childlike wonder. It was a simple, yet beautiful, way to tell an important story. I hesitate to say that Marjane's story is representative of all Iranians' experience, yet it is valuable precisely because it is a personal experience. The story of her life growing up is tragic and hopeful, sad and yet still not without humor. This rollercoaster of emotions and unique look at an oft misunderstood culture are the film's strongest selling points, aside from the top-notch animation and score. For viewers looking to expand their horizons a bit, PERSEPOLIS has everything you could possibly want from a great film: action, romance, tragedy, humor, etc. It has it all, and most importantly it provides unique cultural insight. Highly recommended.
UNCLE DADDY (it) wrote: Funny ass movie, Must see!
Grant F (es) wrote: Tokyo Godfathers takes some time to gain its momentum, but the last 40 minutes are a delight.
Mercedes B (gb) wrote: Fantastica pelicula, con un excelente trama, actuacion inmejorable, buena adaptacin y sobre todo con un mensaje que ojala mas peliculas dieran, mostrando de manera muy palpalable la cruda y triste realidad de una guerra, se desarrolla la historia de Chava un nio que con 12 aos tiene que entender, asumir y castigarse con el rol de un adulto. Para ver y analizar los aspectos mas sencillos y a la vez mas importantes de la vida, la libertad.
Takee A (ru) wrote: As they always say...old is gold! I loved this amazing action-packed adventure for many reasons, one of them being that this movie was really funny! I guarantee you will chuckle at least thrice if you watch this film.With an interesting concept, breath-taking story-line & amazing directions, I'm really looking forward to watching the next sequel!
Sean L (es) wrote: One of my guilty pleasures! The final act is simply DIVALICIOUS spin on sweet revenge - All About Eve-esque! Annette Bening should won the Oscar.
Nicole M (au) wrote: Mesmerizing. The suspense this film builds and sustains is tight and the overall realism is simply inspired.
Victoria C (mx) wrote: Wow. How have I missed this for so long?
Samantha S (kr) wrote: Great cast, unique movie premise. Interesting to see a female protagonist and now that I'm seeing that the director is a woman this makes even more sense.
Lesley N (br) wrote: 1970's classic film as little motorcycle cop with big simple heart dreams of being a homicide detective in a land where prejudice, cynicism, and just-looking-out-for-number-one-ism rules. A great character study, and unlike FORREST GUMP, it doesn't go for an easy happy-by-numbers ending.
Ed S (ca) wrote: It's the greatest motion picture ever made.
Nikki S (ru) wrote: Um yeah that sucked. Thank goodness it wasn't two hours long. Malkovich's character was neat though.
Janet J (us) wrote: Aneurin Barnard was a pleasure to listen to and to watch. Wow! Beautiful voice and he really nailed the range of awkward to shy to angry and through all of those again. The film's virtues include not being just another Glee or High School Musical but evokes realism in a way that makes me wonder about the reviewers I have seen who are too slick and cynical to see that it works in a different way.
Dan H (it) wrote: Kinda long and slow at times. Good acting worth a watch on a slow night.
Shaun P (de) wrote: This is not a great movie, but I would have to classify it as highly enjoyable. Michael J. Fox is just one of those actors who makes you enjoy the film, just for him being in the film. I must say the highlight of this movie for me would be the late great Phil Hartman. His "Frank" character is just a perfect Phil Hartman character. Anyway, I would not say make this a priority to see, but if you happen to catch it on t.v., it would at least be amusing. Let's call it a "lazy Sunday" kind of film.
Ashok B (ag) wrote: A film that grew on me the more I watched it. The lack of story and depth in the characters does leave the story lacking. Action is good enough to watch and Danny John-Jules will always be a legend.