Danny De Vito is a professional clown, whose wife's death in a car accident has left him to care for his two young boys. Loving, but useless at the daily job of fathering, the onus falls on... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jack the Bear
Story of the relationships between two sons and their father, who moves the family to California and becomes a tv horror show host after the death of his wife.
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Nilufer R (mx) wrote: Don't bother, really. It doesn't have anything to the with Smokin' Aces, not even remotely and even if you think of it as an independent movie, it sucks. Boring and clich.
Christopher B (br) wrote: Really good documentary. Mr Treadwell was a character.
Charles P (ag) wrote: Every effort should be made to see Moolaad, to see the turmoil of modern African women, and to absorb the accepting, upholding, stirring promise of filmmaking.
Jonny P (kr) wrote: "District 13" is pretty much what you expect from a dystopian French action film. The plot is interesting, the characters are pretty standard, but the thing that makes this film special is the use of parkour in its action sequences. Parkour (aka "extreme running") has seen various waves of popularity since its conception in the late 80's but this film has been a window to the extreme sport for the next generation. The film stars David Belle, the founder of parkour, as a vigilante who tries to cleanse his Parisian suburb of gang violence. I enjoyed the story, but not nearly as much as I enjoyed watching Belle get chased around buildings and over rooftops by various bad guys. Naturally, he ends up being paired up with Cyril Raffaelli (another insanely awesome parkour guy) so that they can get chased around together. Bibi Naceri plays a pretty despicable bad guy and Dany Verissimo provides the damsel in distress. A lot of the story is predictable and far-fetched, but it's worth it for the action sequences. "District 13" isn't an amazing film, but it is an important preservation of parkour with unbelievable stunts that were filmed without wires or CGI.
Jeff H (ru) wrote: Just watched this again. I still like it. Its a MTV films movie and directed towards a younger crowed. Its about a group of asian studants with a clean image that get involved with bigger and bigger scams untill they start to get a reputation and thinks start to spin out of control. I have to amidit that it felt "freasher" when it came, but it still holds up.
Ricky C (de) wrote: "Okay. The story is about a little wave, bobbing along in the ocean, having a grand old time. He's enjoying the wind and the fresh air-until he notices the other waves in front of him, crashing against the shore."My God, this is terrible," the wave says. 'Look what's going to happen to me!'"Then along comes another wave. It sees the first wave, looking grim, and it says to him, 'Why do you look so sad?'"The first wave says, 'You don't understand! We're all going to crash! All of us waves are going to be nothing! Isn't it terrible?'"The second wave says, 'No, you don't understand. You're not a wave, you're part of the ocean.'"
Brian H (us) wrote: Saw this is Italian in High School. It is a nice drama with evolving characters.
Chrisand T (au) wrote: Long but needed education for some idealists
Andrew B (es) wrote: One of my teenage years most watched movies.
Ryan M (es) wrote: This movie absolutely broke my heart and reminded me why Liv Ullmann is one of my favorite actresses. It fits nicely into Bergman's loose "personality disentegration" canon, which also includes 'Persona', 'Hour of the Wolf', 'The Passion of Anna', etc., but it has a much broader template: war. This may have been Bergman's best effort at bringing out the tender vs. violent dialectic that he so loved to write into his characters, and it avoids the Guignol routine that you get from lovers in admittedly great later films like 'Scenes From a Marriage' and 'Fanny and Alexander'. I was also blown away by how "slack" and moody the film gets for its final third, and the elliptical ending really put ice in my bones. Among Bergman's many other movies I think only 'Fanny and Alexander' reaches the heights of 'Shame' in exploring the relationship between dreaming and waking... Point is this is a crushing and genius movie from an artist I will go to my grave idolizing.
Pavandeep S (ag) wrote: wow, this is really one hell of a culture trip. you wonder if India kept working like this and what kind of cinema would be there today. Quality and workmanship is high here and those same stylization was brought forward but the depth in here was one of a kind, beautiful and tender and never delving deep into a rigid form of terse melodrama but something much more beautiful, melodrama but wonderful.
Josh M (fr) wrote: Is this giving viewers a unique history lesson or is it a vampire movie? Wait, it is both! As visually stunning as it is the whole story does not fit together at all.
John K (jp) wrote: "This movie was shot in 3-B. 3 beers and it's good eh."