Johan Falk: Spelets regler
It's been two years since John Falk and Frank Wagner broke their cooperation and Frank started working undercover with the police. Frank's search for Kevin crosses Johan's investigation and opens up a new collaboration between them - with the big difference being that this time it's personal for Frank.
- Stars:Jakob Eklund, Joel Kinnaman, Mikael Tornving, Ruth Vega Fernandez, Meliz Karlge, Zeljko Santrac, Alexander Karim, Mårten Svedberg, Marie Richardson, Alexander Lang, Adil Khan, Mahmut Suvakci, Jens Hultén, Jessica Zandén, Anastasios Soulis,
- Director:Charlotte Brändström, Charlotte Brändström,
- Writer:Tage Åström, Viking Johansson, Anders Nilsson (storyline), Joakim Hansson (storyline), Anders Nilsson (concept), Joakim Hansson (concept), Anders Nils
It's been two years since John Falk and Frank Wagner broke their cooperation and Frank started working undercover with the police. Frank's search for Kevin crosses Johan's investigation and opens up a new collaboration between them - with the big difference being that this time it's personal for Frank. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ru) wrote: This is the most important movie of the 21st century. It is critical that every American watch it, understand it, and learn to minimize our vulnerability to False Flag attacks on our nation and around the world. The real terrorists who did 9/11 are still on the loose and did Benghazi, Boston Bombing, MH370 hijack and are planning even bigger events for continued terrorism on the planet. They can and must be stopped. Watch this film as a starting point to understand who they are and what are their goals and tactics.
(au) wrote: Another movie that was totally panned, and yet I really liked it! It was an "unromance", a comedy that only Brits could produce. Witty, offbeat, slightly artsy - it felt fresh and new compared to the usual "boy meets girl(s)" scenario. The cast was completely unfamiliar to me, and I have to admit that I would have much rather seen Simon Pegg in the lead role. Still - I was so glad that I took the time to enjoy it.
(gb) wrote: Pretty stinking genius!
(au) wrote: i am always impressed with stop motion animation. this is pretty creepy. maybe put it in at a party since there are no words. cool music though.
(nl) wrote: I love this movie, its light hearted and enjoyable to watch.
(ru) wrote: Awesome, funny, anti-fairy tale love story.
(mx) wrote: Very emotional and rough around the edges. Love Charlie Sheen in this.
(mx) wrote: "Documentaries are as close to truth as glaciers are to farting" -Herzog Not just part auto-biography of Kieslowski who was a documentary film maker, but stopped after repeated censorship issues. Basically it's about how capturing "simple realism" is anything but, and I will go a little further to say, all but impossible. Camera's do not capture truth or reality, they frame and distort it, as they do those in front of, and mostly behind the camera. Anyway though, this is a very, entertainting watchable, comedy, which asks difficult and important questions of truth, moral responsibility, voyeurism, art, family, censorship, and the ambiguities of making movies. Kieslowsky hadn't developed the moody atmospheres and color schemes that would later define his wrok, and is here focused primarily on a single character, a factory worker whose life is transformed when he buys a camera for fun and is then promoted to the rank of film maker for a company event, a title which perhaps goes to his head or perhaps frees him as an artist, will depend on your view of things. Just as whether or not you will see this film as bieng anti-realist or merely a confrontation and play on it's limits and boundaries, it's a bit of both, depends on you. I prefer the first, becuase I never liked "The 400 Blows" and that ilk.
(ca) wrote: An early Hitchcock that has a good story, but too many cliches.
(ca) wrote: An excellent South African film that explores the adventures of a young boy growing up in Apartheid. The movie has many comical and many serious moments and is a great watch for the whole family!
(ca) wrote: The most exciting of the four Jurassic films. A huge leap both in the time line of the story and also a 15 years gap since J3 was made. We see new technology in terms of more life like CGI. The dinosaurs are newer, bigger and badder and scarier. Some CGIs effects, like the swarm of flying dinosaurs attacking the crowds were just too amazing for words. Except for one, the mad scientist, the stellar cast of actors were also new. The likes of Chris Pratt and Vincent D'Onofrio gave us an unforgettable- crunching time, witnessing the gigantic food chain in action. Step aside T-Rex, there are two new kids in the block... bigger, badder and deadlier.