As a little girl, Federica fantasized about having beautiful long hair that would grow back as soon as she cut it, about never-ending cones of cotton candy and about countless adventures that took her to the far side of the world. Now a charming thirty-something-single woman, Federica's fantasies have evolved, adding lovers, stardom, and motherhood to her waking dreams, where Federica continues to press for her everyday life to be as real as the fantasies that invade her. Unfortunately, Federica's daydreams can only provide a meager distraction from the reality she faces. Her career as a successful playwright is heading south, her boyfriend is pressuring her to start a family, a former lover wishes to rekindle an old affair, her sister is barely talking to her, her brother is self-centered and her loving father is terminally ill. And as if to make matters worse, Federica is rich, too rich, and the guilt that consumes her because of it is pushing her over the edge.
Writer:Valeria Bruni Tedeschi, Noémie Lvovsky, Agnès de Sacy
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William M (br) wrote: Aladdin the adventurer and his friend Ali accidentally uncover a lamp that contains a genie. But unlike the story we know, this genie does not grant three wonderful wishes. This genie destroys everything in its way by turning the keeper's thoughts into living nightmares. After witnessing the death of his fellow adventurers when the genie is released, Aladdin and surviving friend Ali turn to the village elder to uncover the history of the lamp, only to find the evil Shahir has been following them, hoping to take hold of the lamp and fulfill his own diabolical plans to have unlimited power. Aladdin, Ali, and Shifa, daughter of the elder, have no choice but to find the antidote to the lamp. The trio soon discovers there is a map that leads to an ancient magic ring, the only source that can destroy the genie and send him back to the hell from which he came. When Ali falls under the spell of the genie, he turns on his friends, and Aladdin and Shifa are confronted with the terrible realization that they may have to destroy their friend along with the ring. ~ FT
Ayrton Anthony C (it) wrote: Puntaje Original: 8.5Definitivamente una de las pelculas mas bellas que he visto; una obra maestra de Steve McQueen, tan bien trabajada desde el vesuario, la puesta en escena, la msica; las excelentes actuaciones le dan mas intensidad a esta historia tan profunda sobre la esclavitud que sin lugar a dudas todo el mundo debe ver.
Trent B (jp) wrote: Love and peace. Overall a great movie for trigun but what happened to vash and marels relationship knives and I thought wolfwood died.
River S (es) wrote: An interesting cult horror movie. I am legitimately surprised that this movie has such a low rating. It was great to find a movie as dark as this. I would expect the ending of this movie (spoiler alert) to portray the young girl Blackbird as a new person entirely, I expected her to stop with her relentless, pointless killing and find a new direction in life. But I was happy to see that the story took a completely unexpected turn, concluding Blackbird's character as a sadistic killer. But the greatest part of this movie was the killer, with such creative motives and a great delivery of long, interesting speeches. Not a bad movie AT ALL! I'm convinced this will become popular one day as a cult classic. So happy to come across this.
Jesus M (it) wrote: Las 3 estrellas son para la historia. El pap del Malcom nunca dejar de ser el pap de Malcom
Rajiv L (gb) wrote: good film.Shahid gave a wonderful performance.
Eliabeth c (au) wrote: sounds sad and good!
J D (us) wrote: Quieres saber cmo debe lucir un largometraje en digital? Christoffer Boe apuesta por utilizar nuevas tecnologas y cambia el estilo narrativo, mezclando ficcin con realidad de una forma intensa y escalofriante, haciendo esa sutil lnea divisoria an ms difcil de entender.
Bruno L (ru) wrote: Was this about Elvis Presley at all?
Will B (kr) wrote: Every now and then you come across a film that is just so Bizarre.. you feel like you have to watch it to see what happends... this is a full moon film that makes a statement of what full moon pictures was all about, By the title you proberly guessed its not a mainstream movie with all the hype to go with it... What you see is what you get... a masked psychopath with a abnormal head, a live jukebox.. (which in my eyes is something everyman would want....watch the trailer you will see..) servants that are as oddball as you like, killer dolls... outrageous plot with a cool ending that even i wasnt xpecting.... dares to be different and in my eyes wins...
James K (br) wrote: so terrible its adorable
Tyler F (au) wrote: First off- f### all you. American Ninja is a great damn movie and you know it. Of course it's no masterpiece- it's Canon. But it is still incredible. It is everything you could want in a movie called American Ninja. Didikoff has every right to be a bitter asshole (if he is- I have no idea, but would rather think not because I like my heroes pure) because he could have been a great action star and this movie shows that. He's a hell of a lot better than Schw/Norris/Van-Damn in their first films and think how much glorious action has come from them. American Ninja has a badass US Army Ninja who barely speaks (Snake Eyes anyone?) a badass roundhousing black Sgt. with a badass fro, evil ninja, mean foreign drug lords, and a lost father-son subplot to boot. Fuck you all. This movie deserves 5 stars for effort, but I don't believe in participation trophies either, so 4.5 it remains. Great action, great fun, THE perfect "ninja" movie, and even a really impressive soundtrack to boot. Those horns will blare strong and high in your mind till the day you die. Dont hate.4.5
Robert B (jp) wrote: White Dog (Samuel Fuller, 1982)There a number of directors who have become canonical over the years whose films I have simply never gotten. Woody Allen. Mario Bava. Sam Fuller. Every time I dig into a Fuller movie I try and see what it is that sets him apart, and every time I fail. My most recent attempt was with the 1982 racism melodrama White Dog, and I think that perhaps I've figured out what the canon sees in him. I still didn't get to the "all that and a bag of racists" point with this one, but it's starting to make sense. The thing about Sam Fuller's strain of melodrama, if I'm right in my hypothesizing, is that in movies like Shock Corridor and Pickup on South Street, both of which left me kind of cold, Fuller was doing that gig first; Douglas Sirk and Grace Metalious and Russ Meyer and all that lot would come after and hone the genre, so that when Fuller returned to the fold in the eighties, he not only had his own base to work from, he had everyone else's, too. And I think that, more than anything, may be what impressed me about White Dog: Fuller wasn't afraid to build on the work of others, rather than focusing obsessively upon his own corpus.Plot: Julie Sawyer (Little Darlings' Kristy McNichol) finds what she believes to be a stray dog. Very attractive beast, if a little scraggly, so she takes him home, shows him a little TLC, and everything seems great-until all the sudden he attacks someone out of nowhere while she's walking him. Eventually, a pattern of behavior is established, and she comes to realize that he's not called a "white dog" because of the color of his coat-this is a dog who has been trained to attack black people. Believing that this behavior can be unlearned, she enlists the help of Hollywood animal trainer Keys (Terminator's late, great Paul Winfield) in retraining him. Keys, upon finding out (firsthand) the dog's conditioning, is reluctant to accept the job, but eventually becomes as obsessed as Julie with the idea that racism can be cured.These days, in hindsight, when we think of Kristy McNichol, we think about her memoir and the horrible things that happened to her and, tangentially at best, Empty Nest. She didn't make a huge number of features over the course of her career, and Two Moon Junction was a horrible choice for everyone involved, but if you go back farther than that, McNichol was very good at what she did. Pair her with a guy like Winfield, who could take a dead guy on a table and give a compelling performance, and you've got some bones to hang a movie on. A maudlin movie to be sure, nakedly manipulative and full of the kinds of characters who have all the depth of a Phoenix snowstorm, but every once in a while there are good guys, there are bad guys, and we're not supposed to disagree. Fuller's got himself a ready-made villain-I mean, who trains a dog to attack black people?-and from there, your hero being a black dog trainer is obvious. That their characters have all the shade of a Joshua tree is kind of irrelevant.Not a bad little movie at all; my favorite of the Fullers I've seen by a pretty wide margin. Expect something closer to a disease-of-the-week TV movie than Kurosawa and you'll have a grand time with it. *** 1/2
Pipe C (au) wrote: Muy infravalorada, tiene cosas interesantes a lo largo del metraje, linda blair y los actores no lo hacen mal, mi nota es un 6.5
Jason P (ag) wrote: the time clashes were really funny