The Van Loock family and the Fawzi family both live in Kassablanka, a popular multiethnic district of Antwerp. Mr. Van Loock is a rabid supporter of the extreme right-wing political party Flemish bloc. Mr. Fawzi, a Moroccan immigrant, is a conservative Muslim. In October 2000, one week prior to a hotly contested national election, 17-year-old Leilah Fawzi falls for 19-year-old Berwout Van Loock. This development sparks a sometimes hilarious and sometimes politically incorrect love story that explores the thin walls between love and hate.
- Stars:Roy Aernouts, Mo Barich, Mostafa Benkerroum, Amid Chakir, Patricia Chenut, Tanja Cnaepkens, Luk D'Heu, Francine de Bolle, Pieter Genard, Werner Gielis, Souad Hamdaoui, Babett Manalo, Elias Mentzel, Aida Soraya Merzoug, Rudolph Segers,
- Director:Ivan Boeckmans, Guy Lee Thys,
- Writer:Guy Lee Thys
The Van Loock family and the Fawzi family both live in Kassablanka, a popular multiethnic district of Antwerp. Mr. Van Loock is a rabid supporter of the extreme right-wing political party Flemish bloc. Mr. Fawzi, a Moroccan immigrant, is a conservative Muslim. In October 2000, one week prior to a hotly contested national election, 17-year-old Leilah Fawzi falls for 19-year-old Berwout Van Loock. This development sparks a sometimes hilarious and sometimes politically incorrect love story that explores the thin walls between love and hate. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(mx) wrote: can I watch this...how do I watch movies on here
(ca) wrote: Blecch. Plodding, excessively rah-rah pro-American sentimental grandiose heart-pattering cringe-worthy poo.
(ru) wrote: Son Hayes: We don't own the square-root of shit.Shotgun Stories was the directorial debut of Jeff Nichols and it also was his first collaboration with Michael Shannon. Before the two would go on to make a masterpiece with Take Shelter, they made this masterpiece, that I may like even more then Take Shelter. I love the way in which Nichols makes movies. This guy has a pace that's all his own and he isn't afraid of moving slow and keeping his films strangely quiet. It helps even more that he saw how perfect Michael Shannon was for this story, and also Take Shelters. Shannon is the perfect actor to keep a quiet movie like this going for an hour and a half.This film involves two sides of a family. One is brother, Son, Kid, and Boy, who's father left them, when they were young. The other is the fathers second family he made in the same Arkansas town. The two families hate each other. When the father dies, Son shows up at the funeral and insults his dead father, which sets off a chain reaction. As the feud escalates, inevitable questions about the worth of the fight come up.The story unfolds slowly, and never really speeds up the whole runtime. Nichols knows exactly how to take his time with his films and I love his style. The film looks beautiful and has some beautiful music as well. The cast, although mostly unknowns to me, is phenomenal and really drive home the down south, country element of the film nicely.Shotgun Stories is one of the best films I've seen in quite a while. I know it isn't a well known film, but seek this one out at all costs. It just shows the excellence that is Nichols and Shannon. Especially watch this if you've seen Take Shelter and enjoyed it. Shotgun Stories is extremely similar to that one in tone and how it is made. This is a masterpiece.
(jp) wrote: Great movie, hilarious, and suspenseful at all the right moments!It was released in 1998, not 2011
(ca) wrote: "THE ITSY BITSY SPIDER WENT UP THE WATER SPOUT" - 'Arachnophobia' is a 1990 creature feature and the directorial debut of Frank Marshall (Alive, Congo). The film is based on one of the most feared animals on your planet: the spider. Both creepy and laughable, I like this movie produced by Steven Spielberg a lot. Jeff Daniels (Speed), John Goodman (The Flintstones) and Julian Sands (Leaving Las Vegas) give a good performance. Better check your bag of popcorn before watching this movie... During a scientific expedition led by Dr. James Atherton (Sands) in the Amazon, photographer jerry Manley gets bitten by a new species of spider. His body is placed in a wooden box and taken back to the States where it can be buried in Manley's hometown Canaima. Unknowingly the spider travelled along and makes its way to the barn of Dr. Ross Jennings (Daniels), who has just moved Canaima with his wife and two kids. The exotic spider mates with a local domestic spider and very soon the town is overrun by their offspring. When people start to die mysteriously, Jennings knows that something isn't right because every corpse seems to have a little bite mark. With the help of Dr. Atherton and exterminator Delbert McClintock (Goodman) he investigates the homes of the victims and discovers that spiders are the culprits. Jennings will have to overcome his arachnophobia in order to save the whole town. Can he do it?
(gb) wrote: A shame really as I quite liked it at first; the concept was interesting. It just got a bit too surreal and I got to a point in the film where I didn't care what happened next.
(nl) wrote: I'm a huge fan of the "Bulldog Drummond" series from the thirties and this is the first of two updatings of the character made in the sixties. I also love trashy sixties movies, in fact to me Sixties cinema is all about hot Euro-chicks, Hammer monsters, and Elvis churning out B-musicals. So why didn't I enjoy this? Well strange as it may seem it just takes itself far too seriously. Give me the tongue in cheek tone of "The Man From Uncle" anyday. Richard Johnson is well cast though as Drummond; he had rather unwisely turned down the role of James Bond for "Dr. No".
(au) wrote: The definitive bucket of cold water movie about the hormones that swept America. Warren Beatty finds his Stanley Kowalski and Natalie Wood gives one of the essential female performances in American film.
(kr) wrote: think this has got to be my favorite elvis movie <3, i used to watch it over and over when i was a kid, love it! =) x