A teenage orphan fights against the Red Army at the end of WWII and in the aftermath is 'adopted' by a Commissar. Years later he is sent to London during the Cold war to work for the KGB, where he questions his life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A teenage orphan fights against the Red Army at the end of WWII and in the aftermath is 'adopted' by a Commissar. Years later he is sent to London during the Cold war to work for the KGB, where he questions his life.
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Jason D (kr) wrote: Terrible, terrible movie about a rich asshole who gets off by doing sadomasochism with women until his bitch wife and lawyer try to kill him with drugs, but the drugs put him in a coma that makes him seem dead but he is alive as he put through an autopsy and almost buried until coming back insane and trying to kill his wife and lawyer. Totally unlikable character, especially lead Kristy Swanson as the wife, who deserved to die, but is somehow the hero for killing her husband, or whatever. Fucking stupid movie. One star for what very little payback the husband got.
Sayer F (au) wrote: Shadow of the Vampire is one of the best horror movies I've seen in awhile. It's so creepy and very well acted, as well as edited and shot, and the last 15 minutes are so scary it made me shake. That rarely ever happens. This is a masterpiece. I wish E. Elias Merhige made more horror movies. His movies are always creepy.
Mikhail B (us) wrote: An agent who no longer wants to be one, battles criminals, the boss and his paranoia after he finds the love of his life; and does remarkably well. Funny at times, great cast, but poor plot.
Jilong Z (jp) wrote: Wow, this is ingeniously crafted, dark, suspenseful and disturbing too. The viewer is engrossed in the life of Matyas and his growing desperation as his enigmatic identical brother becomes more and more involved in his life and his family. It's going to leave you questioning, and troubled - but in a "great movie" kind of way.
Laura P (ru) wrote: This is not a comedy so much as a character study. Too bad its hard to find any of the characters worthwhile to study.
Emily L (ru) wrote: I have no idea who the hell wrote this synopsis, as it isn't the same movie, but the cast is the same...so someones confused and its not me, cause this movie is really brilliant...
Hi H (gb) wrote: Worst movie ever in-jokes. Even Ed Wood knows better.
Jennifer J (au) wrote: HI - I really liked this movie! I especially think Richard Cody is a hot tamale!!! Whatever happened to him anyways? Although I haven't seen him in a few years I'm sure he's even hotter now than he was back then. You know those actors that just get better and more handsome with age ... like Sean Connery? Ooohhh la la!!! RICHARD CODY - WHEREVER YOU ARE THESE DAYS ... COME BACK TO THE SOLVER SCREEN YOUR FANS MISS YOU ... ESPECIALLY YOUR NUMBER ONE FAN - JJJ - BIG XXXXX's and Big OOOOOO's mmmmmmmmmmmm .... can you feel the love?
Tim W (ru) wrote: The dialogue and character relationships easily make up for the silly special effects. Classic. Simple but effective scares. Comedy horror.
Chris B (ag) wrote: Criterion have put out a fantastic 3-disk set on blu-ray that includes both the 188 minutes theatrical version and 5 hour and 20 minute television version, and in addition to many other supplements including a thick booklet we are also treated to Bergman's self directed documentary The Making of Fanny and Alexander! For the most complete version of Bergman's vision, you must watch the television version as the theatrical has been trimmed almost in half. While the film is extremely long, it is never boring or wasting time with unneeded elements. Fanny and Alexander may start off a little slow as it introduces characters and stories, it is so wonderful to watch the stunning cinematography and poetic dialogue that runs throughout Bergman's whole film and for that matter filmography! With both likable and villainous characters and a phenomenal script you can't take your eyes away even for a second. Hearing the dialogue and watching the beautifully filmed settings, you know this is something special. This isn't just a masterpiece but a visual representation that captures Bergman, the believes and ideals and is such, a piece of him preserved in film history forever! While it is indeed long, its a film that needs the time and attention of the viewer and justly rewards those that are willing to do this!
Amanda C (de) wrote: The awesomeness that is this film cannot be fully appreciated without seeing it, preferably on a big screen. Fun bright colours that get darker as it progresses, overwrought acting and some of the most ridiculous occurrences ever conceived of and recorded on film. It is something that truly must be seen to be believed. It's incredibly entertaining and although the ending to competely ridiculous, so is the rest of the film so it doesn't matter. It gets better at the film progresses, so don't be put off by the slow start. This is a film that builds until the almost end and every second is pure entertainment.
Sarah H (br) wrote: If you thought that Sharknado was cheesy and pretty much ridiculous, you obviously haven't seen Ghost Shark. The deaths were both hilarious and creative. Lots of gore, so the perfect horror movie if you aren't actually trying to get scared.
Andrew M (es) wrote: American Pie is a less appealing film. This is because it lacks comedy taste. This movie did not really catch my eye. This is more of a teenager film like 13-16 years old. I would not suggest this movie.
Mike L (ca) wrote: Great documentary on MJ's rise to sueprstar! What a story and what a wardrobe of costumes. The music is so energetic/What a mega star. It is a fun joyful look at Michael Jackson.